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Playing the Lute in the 21st Century [me:mo]
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Playing the Lute in the 21st Century [me:mo]

Among musicians who make a living playing ancient instruments, there is a common anecdote. A story often told in the form of a joke, though with a more serious and at times even a little cynical undertone. After the end

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Coypel’s ‘Don Quixote’ Tapestries: Illustrating a Spanish Novel in Eighteenth-Century France
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Coypel’s ‘Don Quixote’ Tapestries: Illustrating a Spanish Novel in Eighteenth-Century France

(“Contredanse pour tous” by Bergerie) – [Voiceover] In 1714, the young Charles Coypel was asked to design a series of paintings based on Cervantes’ masterpiece, Don Quixote, published in two parts in 1605 and 1615. The commission came from the

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How Red Dead Redemption 2’s landscapes are connected to 19th century art
TICE ART 1010 Twentieth Century Art
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TICE ART 1010 Twentieth Century Art

are to no patate here but you can call me art this is explorations in art history starring me and the hand the rest of me waiting oh oh oh wow what’s happening to me I feel so emotional that

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Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit
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Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit

(piano music) – [Dr. Zucker] We’re in the National Museum of the American Indian looking at this magnificent Anishinaabe outfit. – [Dr. Penney] It was collected by a lieutenant in the British Army, a guy named Andrew Foster, who was

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ARTH 2010 – Prehistoric Art 1 – Sculpture
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ARTH 2010 – Prehistoric Art 1 – Sculpture

Good morning. I want to thank anybody that happens to be out there in this audience for listening. This recording is new to me and you see my introduction lecture. But I’m going to kind of say this here, because

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History and deception: Kenseth Armstead’s Surrender Yorktown 1781
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History and deception: Kenseth Armstead’s Surrender Yorktown 1781

(soft piano music) – [Interviewer] I’m in the Newark Museum with Kenseth Armstead, looking at Surrender Yorktown 1781. This is not a painting. It’s a drawing. And, I see your hand all over it. – [Kenseth] The vast majority of

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