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06/23/2019. He was the last of the crusader kings who was thought to have died of the plague as he made one last -- rather roundabout -- attempt to recover the Holy Land for the Christianity. But it now appears that France's King Louis IX -- better known as S...
06/24/2019. She was the most powerful woman in 17th-century Rome. Ambitious, domineering and deeply corrupt, Olimpia Maidalchini Pamphilj – sister-in-law, reputed lover and puppet master of Pope Innocent X – controlled all aspects of Vatican life. Argu...
06/26/2019. A painting thought to be a "lost masterpiece" by Italian painter Caravaggio has been bought two days before it was due to go under the hammer in France. "Judith and Holofernes", which was found under an old mattress in the attic of a house in the ...
06/27/2019. Cindy Sherman’s groundbreaking series, Untitled Film Stills, 1977-80, has gone on public display for the first time in the UK in a major new retrospective of the artist’s work at the National ...
06/23/2019. It's always better to follow someone's experience in order to find useful things for yourself. Here is an article with tips from the famous author to improve your writing skills. 1. Simplicity for all You wouldn't argue that Harry Potter i...
06/28/2019. Velázquez, Rembrandt, Vermeer: Parallel visions is an exhibition that encourages visitors to not only appreciate the quality and importance of the 72 works on display, some by the most admired painters of 17th-century Europe, but also to establish po...
06/23/2019. If you are often assigning written lessons for the academic year, you know that there is an opportunity where you feel that you can not only do more. Essentially, this means you feel that your ability to remain. Of course, that means your professor o...
06/29/2019. In the exhibition “The Mysteries of Material: Kirchner, Heckel and Schmidt-Rottluff”, the Städel Museum explores the reciprocal relationships between woodcut and wooden sculpture...
06/26/2019. Business point of view, there are many online website plat forums which give access and privileges for website developers to make unique style web plans for businesses as well as for other purposes. There are lots of useful ideas and business operati...
06/30/2019. Lying on a workshop counter that is closed to the public at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum's annex near Washington Dulles airport, Neil Armstrong's gloves look almost as good as new. You can hardly tell they made a trip to the Moon and back ...
07/01/2019. The Bruce Museum's newest exhibition, From Butterflies to Battleships, displays the work of four singular American photographers: Margaret Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Patrick Nagatani, and Brett...
06/27/2019. When you are moving, you can look forward to starting a whole new chapter in your life. However, you also have to remember that this can also be a very distressing and stressful time because there is so much to sort out. If you are moving to a new ho...
06/27/2019. In Brushstrokes of a Gadfly, E.A. Bucchianeri declares that ‘food is not simply an organic fuel to keep body and soul together, it is a perishable art that must be savoured at the peak of perfection’. And while the world’s best chefs certainly do ...
07/02/2019. The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State announced the gift of a stunning landscape painting by William Louis Sonntag (1822-1900) from Hilary Peery Vesell. Hilary donated Autumn Landscape, 1864...
07/03/2019. Some 400 years of depictions of the Moon, particularly via photography, are going on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing. The Met will unveil its "Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the A...
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