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Naomi Daw 17h
I’m currently working on a blog post called ‘What I Wish I’d Known When I Started My Art History Degree’. It’s aimed at new students, particularly those from a background non-traditional to art history. What tips would you like me to add?
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Joanne Benjamin Dzho Mckeown 8h
Well the first day of the rest of my life starts tomorrow, and I cannot wait! Art and Medieval History here I come!! Still can't thank you enough for being my inspiration 😃
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🇪🇺David🇪🇺Brady🇪🇺 15h
Amyl Rajah playing fast and loose with on this morning: "Audrey Beardsley" "Gustav Klint"
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Ali Pitargue Sep 17
Since Hannah Gadsby is in the twittersphere conversation tonight, here's a a piece she wrote analyzing one of my favourite paintings, "The Portrait of Arnolfini".
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DK Books UK Sep 18
RT & follow by 5PM for the chance to a copy of , the definitive visual guide to :
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Illustration Dept. 4h
Editor, Ursula Nordstrom, liked “Frog and Toad are Friends” AND “Toad and Frog are Friends”. In a letter, she asked her author to pick one—ending the letter with: “Sincerely, Frog Manushkin”. This is our post on Arnold Lobel.
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Sans Seraphim 4h
finding this was the highlight of my afternoon
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Georg Schelbert 17h
queueing up for the Vatican! We will join later on.
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Sarah Jilani Sep 22
Tasters from ’s “Uncomfortable Art Tour” of Britain today 🙌🏼 Recommend to all, but esp if interested in British history & art history - which too often bypass Empire & colonialism or treat it as past
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Stephen Sep 19
St. Francis Giving his Mantle to a Poor Man Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337)
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Kylee Pitts 4h
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Sofia Maria Paz 22h
Haha love it when and come together :D!
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Ulla Grunewald 5h
Photo By Chris Ganz | Unsplash
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Renaissance.Rube 21h
As is upon us, I wonder if my emotional fatigue is coming from imagining myself in a "dream" position and convincing myself that the opportunity is perfect, while constantly checking expectations because it probably won't happen
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Ali Pitargue Sep 20
David with the Head of Goliath. Claude Vignon, c. 1620-1623.
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Stephen Sep 15
Tulip Fields - 1886 Claude Monet (1840-1926).
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Dr Sophie Oliver 8h
'how does the new get made out of repetition? ... Could it be that art is one of the very few places in culture that allows a margin of freedom within repetition rather than a place exempt from its demands?' Briony Fer, 2004. Passages from the backlist
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Stephen 5h
Luncheon of the Boating Party - 1880-1881 Pierre-Auguste Renoir Oil on canvas
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Cleave Magazine 2h
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Viewer Sep 23
Georgia O'Keeffe with lover Rebecca Strand 1936, Taos, NM and also pictured with spouse Alfred Stieglitz.
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