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Photos Created From Entire Rooms Turned Into Camera Obscuras

Mycènes était située sur une colline au Nord-est de la plaine d'Argos, dans le Péloponnèse à environ 90 km au Sud-ouest d'Athènes Plan de la cité A - Le palais B - Muraille cyclopéenne C - Mur d'enceinte D - Cercle A des tombes royales E - Porte des Lions

Mycènes était située sur une colline au Nord-est de la plaine d'Argos, dans le Péloponnèse à environ 90 km au Sud-ouest d'Athènes Plan de la cité A - Le palais B - Muraille cyclopéenne C - Mur d'enceinte D - Cercle A des tombes royales E - Porte des Lions

An Illustrated Guide to Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”

An Illustrated Guide to Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” - First published in ARTnews in Nochlin’s essay is considered to be one of the first major works of feminist art history.

From "Viola Tricolor" by Count Franz Pocci (1876) via Mark Dylan Sieber

From "Viola Tricolor" by Count Franz Pocci via Mark Dylan Sieber

From Botticelli to Basquiat, Art History Goes Emoji

Some might find the translation of Vincent van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear” into a smiling cartoon head spurting blood a little sacrilege, or just tacky, but it was only a matter of time before the emoji-fication of art history took it there.

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Naked People Are Hot! (original art: Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: John Verpoorten, text altered by Seltzerlizard)

Frank Stella (b. 1936) is an American painter and printmaker, noted for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Frank Stella (born May is an American painter and printmaker, noted for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction. Stella continues to live and work in New York.

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"Cat Totally Freaked Out By Monkey", by Abraham Hondius, oil on canvas [via WTF Art History]

Carnegie Mellon University professor Paolo Pedercini asked his animation students to reimagine an 1870s iconic film footage by Eadweard Muybridge of a galloping horse.

Carnegie Mellon University professor Paolo Pedercini asked his animation students to reimagine an iconic film footage by Eadweard Muybridge of a galloping horse.

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