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Comment on The People of the Prince to Come: A Roman-European Antichrist? by Anonymous
Post Source: midnightwatcher.wordpress.com
Posted: Dec 09 2011 21:39:14


...i A/C) uniting all of the same or identical Islamic lands once ruled by Assyria, Babylon, Persia and Greece. Da 7:4 “The first was like a lion, and it had the wings of an eagle. http://www .metmuseum .org/toah/ works-of-a rt/32.143. 2 I watched until its wings were torn off and it ...

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Saint Nicholas and the Three Male Youths
Post Source: wtfarthistory.com
Posted: Dec 06 2011 15:48:00


Today is the feast of Saint Nicholas , the all-important gift-giving saint whose legend is often conflated with everyone’s favorite jolly holly plump North Pole resident, Santa Claus .  Do you know how to recognize Saint Nicholas in works of art?  Two hints: three golden balls and/or three nud...

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because medieval creatures. There’s something I really...
Post Source: artsja.tumblr.com
Posted: Nov 30 2011 16:21:30


because medieval creatures. There’s something I really like about medieval art that is really fun to draw. Someone tell me this is not super awesome-looking. (disclaimer disclaimer!!!!! because i always need to justify myself: yes there are mistakes in this drawing that i don’t attribu...

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yama-bato: Alfred Stieglitz (American, 1864–1946)Title Georgia...
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Posted: Nov 26 2011 01:04:03


...p://www .metmuseum .org/Colle ctions/sea rch-the-co llections/ 190023440. .....

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Unicorns with a Touch of Glee!
Post Source: wtfarthistory.com
Posted: Nov 18 2011 16:42:00


As requested, today’s entry will feature some of the most beloved images of unicorns in art history (surprisingly many are in Paris).  Of course, my favorite unicorns in the performing arts are Kurt and Brittany of Glee !  Unicorns almost always symbolize virtue, especially related to t...

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Next time I go to NYC I will definitely go to The MEtropolitan...
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Posted: Oct 31 2011 11:57:41


... go to NYC I will definitely go to The MEtropolitan Museum of Art! Pattern for Embroidery or Lace Albrecht Dürer  (German, Nuremberg 1471'1528 Nuremberg) http://www .metmuseum .org/......

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lapetitecole: William Henry Fox Talbot from his photograms See...
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Posted: Oct 31 2011 01:57:38


lapetitecole : William Henry Fox Talbot  from his photograms See more  here fstopped......

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  William Henry Fox Talbot from his photograms See more here
Post Source: fstoppedblog.com
Posted: Oct 23 2011 23:24:00


  William Henry Fox Talbot from his photograms See more  here......

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This October the Metropolitan Museum Exhibits The Alfred Steiglitz Art Collection Revealing the Defiant Works and Words of Georgia O’Keeffe
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Posted: Oct 21 2011 14:00:00


Georgia O’Keeffe by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918 Georgia O’Keeffe by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918 Black Iris, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1926 (Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1969) Georgia O’Keeffe by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918 Woman Ironing, Pablo Picasso, 190...

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**Stieglitz and His Artists** Take Over the Met
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Posted: Oct 17 2011 22:11:54


...casso’s charcoal drawing Standing Female Nude , 1910, is just one of over 300 works on view. On view now through January 2, 2012. Please visit  metmuseum.org  for more information.......

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