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Kitchen Sink Post with All The Goods

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Hydra and Vase

The Hydra (water jar) was created in 450 B.C.E. and the smaller vase was created in 1795. Over two thousand years separate the dates of these vessels. Each is wheel …

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Head of a King

This sculpture is likely the head of either King Thutmose III or Hatsheput. This piece was made in the mid 15th century B.C.E.. Photograph taken at the Seattle Art Museum …

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Gauntlet and Barbute

The gauntlet, created in late 15th century, is made of steel by an Italian craftsman. It was lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds …

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Blog Post With No Featured Image

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Vincent van Gogh

Although his career was brief, lasting a mere 10 years, Vincent van Gogh proved to be an exceptionally prolific and innovative artist. While he experimented with a variety of subjects—landscape, …

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Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven

Gauguin wrote to art dealer Theo van Gogh (brother of Vincent), “I am doing a gavotte bretonne: three little girls dancing in a hayfield… The painting seems original to me, …

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The Old Violin

The Old Violin is one of Harnett’s most famous paintings. The subject is deceptively simple; a violin, a sheet of music, a small newspaper clipping, and a blue envelope are …

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A Girl with a Watering Can

In 1876, Renoir began to paint anecdotal depictions of women and children, subjects in which he excelled. A Girl with a Watering Can, typical of these works, displays a mature …

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