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La pintura vasca de Gran Vía de Bilbao | Subastas | ArsMagazine

La pintura vasca de Gran Vía de Bilbao | Subastas | ArsMagazine

Edouard Jean Conrad Hamman,  George Frideric Handel (left) and King George I on the River Thames, 17 July 1717, c. mid-19th century

George Frideric Handel (left) and King George I on the Thames River, 17 July Painting by Edouard Jean Conrad Hamman

Zeno Clash

Check out the teaser trailer for ACE team's Zeno Clash the sequel to the hit indie title.

Harry Payne - Delcampe.net

Harry Payne - Delcampe.net

Spera Covers on Behance

The weekend is here and nothing better to kickstart it than a good set of top notch illustrations, just like these by American artist Afu Chan. Afu really knows his thing.

Oil on Copper, Bazaar Scene, German School, Mid 19th C.

Oil on Copper, Bazaar Scene, German School, Mid C.

'Afternoon Enertainment with Musicians and Dancer' Theodore Wores, c.1892

The Athenaeum - Afternoon Enertainment with Musicians and Dancer (Theodore Wores - )

Lakshmi Culture:India Medium:Lithograph Dimensions:Image: 28 × 20 in.

"The Italian Brigand's Wife" by Léon Cogniet (1825-1826) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "Bands of brigands who populated the hills of southern Italy were steady fodder for the Romantic imagination, and their exploits were reported both factually and fancifully. In 1825–26 Cogniet painted three versions of this picturesque scene, in which the wife of a brigand examines a piece of silk just pillaged from unfortunate travelers."

The Italian Brigand's Wife Artist:Léon Cogniet (French, Paris Paris) Date:ca.

Antique chromolithograph dated 1906 children pick-nicking French countryside #ArtNouveau

Antique chromolithograph dated 1906 children pick-nicking French countryside

Antique chromolithograph dated 1906 children pick-nicking French countryside #ArtNouveau

johnlock. bench

‘He looked over to Sherlock and grinned: a leaf had fallen on top of his head and had gotten tangled up in his thick, dark curls. Sherlock either hadn’t noticed or was simply too angry to remove it (John suspected the latter).’ a Sherlock fanfic.

John Gast, American Progress, 1872, Manifest Destiny Art [See this site for "Masterpiece Monday" ideas.]

Masterpiece Monday: Manifest Destiny Art with Printable

The Art Curator for Kids - Manifest Destiny in Art - Masterpiece Monday - John Gast, American Progress,

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