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Eric G. E. Zuelow 4m
'Indiana Jones of art' finds stolen Cyprus mosaic [Wicked cool, but not nearly enough snakes or melting Nazis.]
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Art History Feed 37m
Tree of Hope. Frida Kahlo, 1946.
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Viewer Nov 11
Renaissance bronze putto attributed to Hubert Gerhard ca. 1600.
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GLEN PIERCE 1h
Love this book. Just reserved it from again. Would love a copy for my own bookshelves. It's the type of book that will always be an interesting read, but the cheapest copy is £101.00. 🧐
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Colegio Francisco LC Nov 15
"Poetry evokes out of words the resonance of the primordial world." Gerhart Hauptmann (1862-1946)
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Naomi Daw 38m
Currently at and have their new Eric Ravilious acquisition, ‘Beachy Head’ (1939) entirely to myself. Glorious.
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Eric G. E. Zuelow 9m
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Neal Stimler 15m
New to me "Great Works" series on artworks from .
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Kylie R. J. Seltzer 21h
Nineteenth-century American theorists Nott and Gliddon used Greek to argue for the primacy of the white race in 1853. French theorist Gobineau referenced their image in his book from the same year - but its repetition doesn't make it factual.
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VCUarts Qatar 9h
Join us today for talks on Marinid Madrasas, and Delhi Sultanate Architecture The talks will take place at Room 390, from 3pm to 4:30pm, and are free & open to the public. Find out more about the talks at
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AU Art History Nov 15
Interested in earning an MA in ? Learn more about the program and reach out to our faculty to learn what AU can do for you! Priority deadline for Fall 2019 is February 15th! Now's the time to get started on your application!
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Chris Stantis, PhD 3h
A thread showcasing portraits of samurai, described the same way we describe women's portraits.
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Jacob Leveton 3h
Spending this Sunday morning learning about how labor deepens and complicates our understanding of text and image in the romantic period thanks to
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Art History Feed Nov 17
The Geographer. Johannes Vermeer, 1669.
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Amanda Kelly Nov 17
As El Prado celebrates its bicentenary, Spain’s public broadcaster RTVE has released a series of videos on museum - some as charming as this one...
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Sartle. Art History 3h
The Goldfinch by Carel Fabritius, 1654.
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Stephen 12h
"And They Still Say Fish Is Expensive" (1894) Painting by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, Madrid, 1923) Museo del Prado, Madrid
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Naomi Daw 16h
Looking forward to paying a visit to tomorrow with , and indulging my love of Eric Ravilious’ work.
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Stephen 20h
"Houses at Auvers" Vincent van Gogh - 1890 Painted towards the end of May or beginning of June 1890, shortly after van Gogh moved to Auvers-sur-Oise, a small town northwest of Paris.
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Amy Gansell 20h
Want to hear about goddesses, female genies, and ancient queens? I’m speaking in the session in the Aspen Room at 12:20 today
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