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Botticelli - Renaissance, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin  #botticelli #renaissance #berlin #gemaeldegalerie #exhibition

Botticelli - Renaissance, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin #botticelli #renaissance #berlin #gemaeldegalerie #exhibition

THIS IS NOT CLOTHING is a t-shirt art movement that celebrates and reinvents masterful artworks through photography by Jam Sutton, exhibited as a wearable canvas. ‘This Is Not Clothing’ is a juxtaposition of celebrity culture and fine art: immortalising icons of our time in a similar way to the religious iconography of the Italian Renaissance. Ranging from Surrealism to Pop Art, ‘This Is Not Clothing’ is a consumerist art movement that celebrates and reinvents masterful artworks through…

THIS IS NOT CLOTHING is a t-shirt art movement that celebrates and reinvents masterful artworks through photography by Jam Sutton, exhibited as a wearable canvas. ‘This Is Not Clothing’ is a juxtaposition of celebrity culture and fine art: immortalising icons of our time in a similar way to the religious iconography of the Italian Renaissance. Ranging from Surrealism to Pop Art, ‘This Is Not Clothing’ is a consumerist art movement that celebrates and reinvents masterful artworks through…

Almost finished with my research paper 7 pages single spaced... photos and bibliography will be next. Here is my concluding paragraph (will need to be edited): In 1995 the National Museum of Women in the Arts held her first and only retrospective #Sofonisba #Anguissola: A #Renaissance #Woman. Since then the museum has included Sofonisbas works in #Italian #Women Artists from Renaissance to Baroque An Imperial Collection: Women #Artists from the State Hermitage Museum and most recently…

Almost finished with my research paper 7 pages single spaced... photos and bibliography will be next. Here is my concluding paragraph (will need to be edited): In 1995 the National Museum of Women in the Arts held her first and only retrospective #Sofonisba #Anguissola: A #Renaissance #Woman. Since then the museum has included Sofonisbas works in #Italian #Women Artists from Renaissance to Baroque An Imperial Collection: Women #Artists from the State Hermitage Museum and most recently…

Photo by Caroline Knopf

Photo by Caroline Knopf

Places to see in ( Caceres - Spain )  Cáceres is a city in western Spain's Extremadura region. Founded by the ancient Romans Caceres retains widespread evidence of subsequent occupation by many different cultures. Caceres old town Ciudad Monumental has a mix of Gothic and Renaissance architecture with cobbled medieval streets fortified houses and palaces. Encircled by 12th-century Moorish walls it also has around 30 towers some occupied by nesting storks.  Caceres is the capital of Cáceres…

Places to see in ( Caceres - Spain ) Cáceres is a city in western Spain's Extremadura region. Founded by the ancient Romans Caceres retains widespread evidence of subsequent occupation by many different cultures. Caceres old town Ciudad Monumental has a mix of Gothic and Renaissance architecture with cobbled medieval streets fortified houses and palaces. Encircled by 12th-century Moorish walls it also has around 30 towers some occupied by nesting storks. Caceres is the capital of Cáceres…

Prince Albert's close interest in design led to first-hand participation on several occasions. This centrepiece was his first collaboration with the firm of Garrards,& Sons and it seems that the combination of an Italian Renaissance-style tazza and models of four of the family pets was conceived by the Prince. When the centrepiece was first displayed in 1849 at the Annual Exhibition of British Manufactures, reactions were mixed. Henry Cole, in an editorial in the Journal of Design,

Prince Albert's close interest in design led to first-hand participation on several occasions. This centrepiece was his first collaboration with the firm of Garrards,& Sons and it seems that the combination of an Italian Renaissance-style tazza and models of four of the family pets was conceived by the Prince. When the centrepiece was first displayed in 1849 at the Annual Exhibition of British Manufactures, reactions were mixed. Henry Cole, in an editorial in the Journal of Design,

Detail Prince Albert's close interest in design led to first-hand participation on several occasions. This centrepiece was his first collaboration with the firm of Garrards,& Sons and it seems that the combination of an Italian Renaissance-style tazza and models of four of the family pets was conceived by the Prince. When the centrepiece was first displayed in 1849 at the Annual Exhibition of British Manufactures, reactions were mixed. Henry Cole, in an editorial in the Journal of Design,

Detail Prince Albert's close interest in design led to first-hand participation on several occasions. This centrepiece was his first collaboration with the firm of Garrards,& Sons and it seems that the combination of an Italian Renaissance-style tazza and models of four of the family pets was conceived by the Prince. When the centrepiece was first displayed in 1849 at the Annual Exhibition of British Manufactures, reactions were mixed. Henry Cole, in an editorial in the Journal of Design,

The 'everyday dress' is of a wool/linen weave in a white and green diamond pattern, probably from around 1550

The 'everyday dress' is of a wool/linen weave in a white and green diamond pattern, probably from around 1550

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Caroline Knopf

Caroline Knopf