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"Talking Statues and Dancing Portraits" is a light title for a gruesome subject: viceregal effigies hanging in the streets of Goa, capital city of the Portuguese Estado da Índia. Flores, historian at European University Institute in Florence, explores the intersection of Goa's colonial streets and states through the lens of this visceral civic tradition. Join us in the John Carter Brown Library Reading Room on Thursday April 14th at 5:30, with reception to follow. http://ow.ly/10bk92

Fernand Lungren, The Café, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1882-1884, 79.7 x 104.8 cm

Spring has sprung! Happy Easter from the Kimbell. https://t.co/1ccQucCMsU

A 1908 April Fools French postcard for RTers @floridapress @RBMSinfo @lynnemthomas https://t.co/kvr42Ah6Hb

Details of spring & summer flowers from an 18th century Japanese paper screen by Watanabe Shikō #zoomMW  #MuseumWeek https://t.co/bereIqbMe7

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How about this for a truism: a book is a book, and something that is not a book is not a book. This post will knock your socks off if you are …

Frederic William Burton was born #OTD in 1816. Join us at 12pm for a special anniversary talk on his best loved work https://t.co/IqzHMenqM5

Great depiction of Aristotle: as a teacher in a university classroom, with covered hair (ParisMazarine3458, 13th c) https://t.co/jg5rlmm59g

Happy #DrawABirdDay! This is Hiroshige's beautiful woodblock print of a crane over a breaking wave https://t.co/zEbjcNDTrn

Nerd out on the history of the unicorn in Islamic art for #NationalUnicornDay thttp://s.si.edu/1SGQzxy https://t.co/rIMxWgtIn7

Half of the astounding Thomas Hart Benton mural America Today at @metmuseum. https://t.co/Qdgg10P1Jj

Lee Krasner @whitneymuseum https://t.co/sDTzxoEycT

Astrolabe by Muhammad ibn Yusuf ibn Hatim, Spain, 1240/1 @AdlerPlanet. 26 star markers. Labeled in Arabic. https://t.co/F4K7FV9IMB

It's #NationalUnicornDay! Have a woodcut of a #DepressedUnicorn! https://t.co/Ey4qrvOOFq

Alexander the Great explores the sea with a cat and a cock https://t.co/iQ0fQERG7d

Mia Feigelson's FB Gallery "Bluebonnet scene" (1920 - 1921) By Robert Julian Onderdonk, from San Antonio, Texas (1882 - 1922) - oil in canvas; 50.8 x 81.92 cm; 20 x 32.25 in - [Impressionism] Private Collection Robert Julian Onderdonk was a Texan Impressionist painter, often called "the father of Texas painting." He was born in San Antonio, Texas, to Robert Jenkins Onderdonk, a painter, and Emily Gould Onderdonk. He was raised in South Texas and was an enthusiastic sketcher and painter. As a teenager Onderdonk was influenced and received some training from the prominent Texas artist Verner Moore White who also lived in San Antonio at the time. He attended the West Texas Military Academy, graduating in 1900. At 19, with the help of a generous neighbor, Julian left Texas in order to study with the renowned American Impressionist William Merritt Chase. Julian's father, Robert, has also once studied with Chase. Julian spent the summer of 1901 on Long Island at Chase's Shinnecock School of Art. He studied with Chase for a couple of years and then moved to New York City to attempt to make a living as an en plein air artist. The Dallas Museum of Art has several rooms dedicated exclusively to Onderdonk's work. His art studio currently resides on the grounds of the Witte Van Gogh Museum

Italian artist Paolo Veronese died #onthisday in 1588. Here’s his drawing of the Holy Family http://ow.ly/LAA6L

We're thrilled to partner with Atlas Obscura, the definitive guide to the world's hidden wonders, on an after-hours Dracula event here at the Rosenbach on Friday, May 1st. http://bit.ly/1GTwYcD

Dentro l'opera: la "Venere di Urbino" di Tiziano

Di <b>Laura Corchia</b><p>Questa splendida donna adagiata su un soffice letto fu commissionata nel 1538 a Tiziano da Guidobaldo della Rovere, futuro signore di …

Closing tomorrow, "Egon Schiele: Portraits"! Pictured here: Detail of "Seated Nude with Violet Stockings" from 1910. Gouache, watercolor, and black crayon on paper. Private collection. #egonschiele #schieleportraits #lastchance

Vasilij Kandinskij - "Case a Monaco" 1908 Grazie a Art'è

Georg Pauli, The Reading Light, 1884, private collection, oil on canvas #sunday

Artist of the Day: Marijah Bac Cam. See more of her work on Saatchi Art: http://ow.ly/LSCqq #ArtistoftheDay

Why not try something new? We've got art related workshops, study days, talks and social events. See what we've got coming up here: http://bit.ly/1JMWdf3

How does the frame change the way we look at paintings? Our new, free exhibition series 'Frames in Focus' starts with Sansovino Frames. http://bit.ly/1JPbGeE

Artist of the Day: Sarina Villareal. See more of her work on Saatchi Art: http://ow.ly/LW2QS #ArtistoftheDay

Giovanni Antonio Canal detto il Canaletto, Prospettiva con portico (Perspective View with Portico), 1765, Venezia, Gallerie dell'Accademia, 131 x 93 cm

Pop-up events showcase rare literary treasures around the globe

This Thursday, antiquarian book fairs will spring up in locations the world over – from a woolshed in the Australian bush to the top of a Chicago skyscraper. Here is all you need to know, plus some of the rarest specimens you might bump into<p>Going to one of the fairs? Photograph and share your book …

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