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1793 – The Louvre Museum opened in Paris with an exhibition of 537 paintings. The works were primarily owned by the royal family or had been confiscated from churches. The Louvre Palace was built in the late 12th century as a fortress and remnants of that fortress were preserved in the Museum’s basement. The Louvre is now the […]
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The Art of Queen Victoria
A recent attic find has introduced many of us to the wonderfully, intimate and charming sketches of Queen Victoria and her family. The sketches also had a role to play in case law regarding high-profile individuals relying on the court system to protect their privacy.
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Photoshop & Rubber Stamping
Using graphics software and gradients as a cheap alternative to rubber stamps, special inks and powders for paper crafters of all kinds.
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Nativity Paintings by Famous Artists
Some of the most beautiful paintings are those that share the artist’s view of the Nativity. We are building a collection of Nativity paintings by famous artists. We’ll also tell you about the first use of a Nativity to celebrate Christmas mass.
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Perky tails and a spunky personality make wrens one of my favorite birds which is why on this spring day I’ve chosen a wren drawing as my Picture of the Week.
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New Art Website
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here but that’s because I’ve been working on an exciting new project. Now, along with great vintage, public domain illustrations on Reusable Art, I’m sharing a growing collection of public domain paintings by The Famous Artists of the world.
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The Arch of Constantine
Take a stroll through art related to the Arch of Constantine that begins 17 centuries ago and travesl through the last three via different views and interpretations of the famous Arch.
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