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    Artist: Katerina Shtanko

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    Andrea Myers

    SpillThaw, 2011. Ink on fabric, glue, foam.

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  • 10/28/16--00:20: Ben

  • Ben

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    Demeter with her head veiled in mourning for her daughter Persephone

    Three-sided relief, Greek Classical Period, ca. 450/440 B.C., marble, Dolomitic from the Greek island of Thasos, 82x161 cm

    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston         Inv. 08.205

    A three-sided relief cut from a single block. Seated on the right is Demeter with her head veiled in mourning for her daughter Persephone. Aphrodite is seated opposite consulting with her son Eros at the center who holds the scales (made from a separate piece of marble) to determine how long Persephone will stay in the Underworld.

    Provenance 1894. Found in Rome in a private villa on via Boncampagni in the same region as the Ludovisi relief, in the area of the ancient Gardens of Sallust (the Ludovisi Quarter) on the Pincian Hill.

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    Nada Shvegovich - Orpheus and Eurydice, 1992

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    Ferdinand Bol, 1616-1680

    Aegina wacht op de komst van Zeus / Aegina awaits the arrival of Zeus, 17th century, oil

    Meininger Museen, Germany

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    “The Dream”
    Ferdinand Hodler - Watercolour - 65 x 95 cm - 1897

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    Because you all keep misspelling it anyway. 

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    Gothic hall at Vollmond  -  Carl Theodor Reiffenstein, n/d  

    German 1820–1893

    Watercolor on blue paper, 9.9 x 9.1 cm

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  • 02/25/17--02:49: Where?

  • Where?

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  • 02/25/17--08:48: Photo

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    Abstract still life with woman - Francois Angiboult (pseudonym for Hélène d'Oettingen) 1887–1950

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    Portrait, c. 1595
    Annibale Caracci
    The Metropolitan Museum

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    The Corpse of Christ by

    Annibale Carracci

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    Alessandro Turchi

    The Virgin and Child with the Young John the Baptist

    c. 1625

    Oil on slate

    The Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida

    From ARTstor;

        Alessandro Turchi painted this moving work in oil on slate, rather than canvas; the varnished slate increases the chiaroscuro (light and dark) effect, giving the figures a greater sculptural sense. Mary, Jesus, John, and Francis are composed within an isosceles triangle, a composition that dates back to the Renaissance. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) has had a vision of the Virgin Mary, and we are here witnesses to it. Turchi was influenced by Caravaggio, Guido Reni, and Annibale Caracci, to whom our painting was once ascribed.

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    Frank Hamilton’s mid-to-late 1970s illustrations and covers for Doc Savage fanzines.

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    fredrick cayley robinson

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    Here are the women with ancient
    anger in their veins and the cruelty
    of a goddess in their hearts.

    You will beg before her, you
    will scream; but Hera never flinched
    from the words of a mortal,

    so why should she?

    Do not stand in her way.

    She will burn down your kingdoms,
    herself with it, if it meant
    your ruin.

    - Medea /// (d.s)

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    Max Švabinský (Czech, 1873 – 1962) 

    In Paradise, 1918

    Woodcut, 81,5 x 65 cm

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    Giorgio de Chirico (Italian, 1888 - 1978)

    The birth of aviation, 1946

    Watercolor on cardboard paper, 35 x 27 cm