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Paul Clammer 😷 Jun 1
Great article about 's truly inspired rediscovering Black portraiture project for the
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Peter Brathwaite Oct 5
New series: Discovering Black Portraiture for The Essay. Rediscovering through .
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Peter Brathwaite Sep 22
Delighted to see Rediscovering get a shout out in ’s piece “How to make art accessible to all”
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Gudrun Lauret Jul 3
Quarantine has produced some of the most entertaining activities. One of them is the Getty Museum challenge. Museum Asks People To Recreate Paintings At Home, Gets 30 New Impressive Photos
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photograph Sep 23
The Challenge Is now a book. “Off the Walls: Inspired Re-Creations of Iconic Artworks” celebrates the imaginative re-creations of famous works of art by people at home. Get your copy online!
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Prof Deborah Sugg Ryan @ 🏠 Jun 6
. recreations of black portraiture are a revelation - a brilliant way to discover paintings. And I love the way he reinterprets them through his own family history
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Wander with Nada Jun 2
Gypsy woman with (borrowed) baby. 1919 v. 2020. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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courtney coles, mfa May 29
cleansing the timeline with our first attempt at the kerry james marshall, portrait of a curator (in memory of beryl white), 2009
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@tateteachers Aug 25
Throughout lockdown, has been recreating depictions of Black people through the What histories and figures could you rediscover through portraiture?
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Guildhall Art Gallery Jun 19
The latest to reach us is a delightful recreation of The Woodsman's Daughter by John Everett Millais, from Dorota Pomorska-Dawid and family. Can you spot the substitutions, and the location? See below for answers.
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YaleBritishArt Jun 17
continues to expertly reinterpret artworks from museums around the world. Find a print made after this Agostino Brunias painting in our collection:
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Getty Sep 16
Ever seen acting potential in your dog? Eliza Reinhardt has—and together Finn and Eliza spend every morning re-creating artworks for the to pass the time.
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Getty Sep 10
2020 mood. Your versions of "The Scream" by Edvard Munch, all featured in our book based on the .
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The Sedgwick Museum Jul 28
Back at the beginning of lock down the Getty museum challenged us to recreate famous works of art with objects from around the home. So here is the Duria Antiquior in all it’s bath time, kitchen utensil glory!
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Wander with Nada May 27
Today's is the most famous painting 🖼 in the world, The Mona Lisa, by Leonardo Da Vinci (1503/19).
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MrsManningsPrek🌈🎨 Jun 20
What my kids and I do for fun. What’s keeping you sane? Let me know and drop your for a RT😁
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Katharine Hubbard May 15
My late attempt to join the party
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Niamh O'Kennedy Jun 19
Ruth recreating “The Dancer” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
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Niamh O'Kennedy Jun 19
Elly recreating Caravaggio’s “Boy with a basket of fruit”
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courtney coles, mfa May 29
Replying to @kernieflakes
john singer sargent, smoke of ambergris, 1880
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