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Diana Dethloff: “Peter Lely: Collecting in Seventeenth–Century England”
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Diana Dethloff: “Peter Lely: Collecting in Seventeenth–Century England”

– Our next speaker is Diana Dethloff, who teaches at University College, London where she lectures on British art of the Elizabethan and Stuart eras. While she has published on many aspects of 17th century British art, she’s best known

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Ann Percy: “An Acquiring Mind: John S. Philips, a Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia…”
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Ann Percy: “An Acquiring Mind: John S. Philips, a Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia…”

– Ann Percy is the Mainwaring Curator of Drawings at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia. She received her degree, her PhD, from the Courtauld Institute in 1974. After working for three years as the art history editor for

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Prehistoric Paintings in Gilf Kebir
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Prehistoric Paintings in Gilf Kebir

Gilf al-Kebir, ‘The Great Barrier’ is an immense rocky plateau. whose smooth summit rises to an altitude of just over 3000 feet. Since time immemorial it has been battered by the great sea of sand. Nowhere in the world is

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Pt. 2 - Never Before Seen Historical Depictions & Images of American Indians !!
This Month in History: DECEMBER! (Series Finale)
History of Art 7. The period of the migration of nations
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Drawing with Charcoal: Historical Techniques of 19th Century France
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Drawing with Charcoal: Historical Techniques of 19th Century France

dark velvety grainy soft these are some of the intrinsic qualities of charcoal that artists are drawn to charcoal comes from charred pieces of wood capable of producing a range of tones that are easily reworked but because charcoal particles

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