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Truffle Talent 1m
The Royal Mail has released a special series of Leonardo da Vinci stamps, and they're stunning... ๐Ÿ‘
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Lady Aviendha Feb 13
"Turner in his Studio" is a painting by the English artist William Turner himself, which shows him at his artistic workplace.
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Jane Gang 1m
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Open Arts Archive 2h
Have you been to the new The Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the Islamic world at the ? Today's is from their new displays: a 's box!
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Life On Canvas Feb 15
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Luci Gosling 16h
Do any or types know if there is an archive for the printers David Allen & Sons Ltd?
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Ghaziyah Weller 16h
Spent fab Sunday afternoon . The Whitworth always put together interesting exhibitions.Textiles presented in brilliant & thought provoking ways. Eg a Himid textile with an Emin piece-Alice Kettle was wonderful. We must value our local exhibition spaces.
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Association for Art History 2h
Danger! Women Reading, explores the role of as systems of knowledge mediation in . We will examine how libraries, bookshops and reading groups empowered women as readers & writers of art history
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KimEAL 19h
after a morning of Bargello, Uffizi and pizza, we made it here ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ’ฅ ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿผโ€๐ŸŽจ๐Ÿ’œ
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Mike Kellett Feb 16
Dutch East India Company logo. Established in the early Dutch golden age of the 17th century, this is what invented the stock exchange. Bonds and shares were traded over spices from India, and then exploring global options, like the dejima in Japan.
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J. M. Culver 20h
The Morning Has Gold In Its Mouth - Toby Edward Rosenthal
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Courtney 5h
Art history books: great for educational enlightenment and even better for pressing tofu. Thanks, H.H. Arnasonโ€™s History of Modern Art, fifth edition!
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Mikey Tee 8h
I need to paint again... Diego Rivera meets Basquiat who visits Picasso and meets Salvador Dali....
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Minerva Fanpage Feb 12
Thanks for the Parthenon! I love the formal art qualities the artist used in crafting.
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Julia Eckhardt Feb 15
Searching for job offerings in Hamburg. Experience: Gallery assistance, (art) historical research, communication of art and design, curating, tour guiding in German, English, French and Italian. Master's Degree in History of Art + Economics
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Vince Gaffney 2h
It can't happen here ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
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Pegasus Art Shop Feb 16
Read our short blog 'When Degas fell in love with monotype printing' and then try it for yourself on on mono printing workshop with Steve Dixon: 13th April, ยฃ60. Read on....
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TUJ Library 7h
100,000 Digitized Art History Books Are Now Freely Available Online to Any Art Lover via
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Susan Andres Feb 14
The Execution of Lady Jane Grey Paul Delaroche Date: 1833 Style: Academicism, Romanticism Genre: history painting Media: oil, canvas Location: National Gallery, London, UK Dimensions: 297 x 246 cm
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Jeremy Sharma Feb 13
the art object is about commodifying an artwork, style n originality about commodifying artist; artists remain poor.
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