Candia Cannon

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Everything Wrong With ‘Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King’ in 7 Minutes or Less

“<i>How is it even possible to build a house where a hobbit still has to duck through the entrance?</i>”<p>Well it seems only right that, after doing the first …

World Wonders

Animals Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

It’s easy to take this amazing planet we inhabit for granted. While <i>National Geographic</i>‘s school of nature photography may have its place, there’s something remarkable and whimsical that happens when a fine art photographer takes her lens to Earth’s creatures — they become poetry. Today, we turn to …

Harriet Hilton (1791–1866)

Harriet Hilton (1791–1866)<p>by William Hilton II<p>Oil on canvas, 34.2 x 28.6 cm<p>Collection: The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)

This is the final week to see “The Civil War and American Art,” a major loan exhibition that considers how American artists responded to the Civil War and its aftermath. Landscapes and genre scenes—more than traditional history paintings—captured the war's impact on the American psyche. Eastman Johnson | The Girl I Left Behind Me | 1870-75 | Smithsonian American Art Museum

Finding the Girl in the Photograph:  Edith Lee-Payne at the March on Washington

<b>Finding the Girl in the Photograph: Edith Lee-Payne at the March on Washington</b><p><b>“Photograph</b> <b>of a Young Woman at the Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. with a Banner, 08/28/1963”</b><p>Rowland Scherman, photographer. From the Miscellaneous Subjects, Staff and Stringer Photographs series of the Records of the U.S. Information Agency<p>On August 28, 1963, Edith Lee-Payne was celebrating her 12th birthday by attending the March on Washington with her mother. She did not notice the photographer snap her …

Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times

Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times<p>“Seated Wadjet,” a bronze statue from the Late Period, 664-332 B.C., exemplifies the important role that cats played in ancient Egyptian imagery.

Flipboard for Photographers and Photography Lovers

Inside Flipboard / July 16, 2013<p>“Flipboard For You” is our bi-weekly series highlighting how different groups of people can make the most out of …