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Why don't we build in historical architectural styles? | The Urbanist

Why don't we build in historical architectural styles? | The Urbanist | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
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Art History's Best Mustaches: Frans Hals's Cavalier Sporting a Handlebar-Chin ... - In the Air, Art+Auction's Gossip Column (blog)

Art History's Best Mustaches: Frans Hals's Cavalier Sporting a Handlebar-Chin ... - In the Air, Art+Auction's Gossip Column (blog) | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
In the Air, Art+Auction's Gossip Column (blog)Art History's Best Mustaches: Frans Hals's Cavalier Sporting a Handlebar-Chin ...In the Air, Art+Auction's Gossip Column (blog)No chronicle of art history's greatest mustaches — such as this one we've...
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Appel à communication : « Medieval Art History after the ...

Appel à communication : « Medieval Art History after the ... | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
Could art historians better integrate insights from the history of science and archaeology with traditional connoisseurial attention to facture in our interpretations of medieval works of art, architecture and material culture?
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The Power of Line and Development: thoughts ... - Art History Abroad

The Power of Line and Development: thoughts ... - Art History Abroad | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
There are two things that resonate in my mind after visiting the temporary exhibition Master Drawings from Mantegna to Matisse at the Courtauld Gallery: the importance of developing a work of art through drawings and ...
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Why don't we build in historical architectural styles? | The Urbanist

Why don't we build in historical architectural styles? | The Urbanist | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
... 100 years old. It's time architects experimented more with authentic historic styles. ...
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New history book features advertising art from Cocalico Valley businesses - Lancaster Newspapers

New history book features advertising art from Cocalico Valley businesses - Lancaster Newspapers | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
Lancaster NewspapersNew history book features advertising art from Cocalico Valley businessesLancaster NewspapersLocal historian Clarence E. Spohn has written a new book on this unusually long-lived local ephemera.
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Cimabue, Giotto and Duccio- A comparison of ... - Art History Blogger

The 13th and 14th centuries in Italy are known by a variety of different names in art history. This period in Italy is when artists and scholars break from Medieval thought, philosophy and representations in art and begin to ...
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Arty Limerick! Another poetic treat by Harriet Israel | Art History Abroad

Arty Limerick! Another poetic treat by Harriet Israel | Art History Abroad | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
Art History Abroad Tel: +44 (0) 1379 871800 info@arthistoryabroad.com. All text and images on this site are strictly limited by copyright. Images are copyright of the photographer and may not be reused or downloaded without ...
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Japanese Scientist Says Vincent van Gogh Was Colorblind — But Does it Matter? | Artinfo

Japanese Scientist Says Vincent van Gogh Was Colorblind — But Does it Matter? | Artinfo | Art History by Tikvah | Scoop.it
Medical scientist Kazunori Asada argues that the painter lacked red receptors, after passing his paintings through an imaging filter.
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