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An Ancient City Is Discovered Underwater. What They Found Will Change History Forever

The city of Heracleion was engulfed underwater 1500 years ago. This grand city had been mentioned by the Greek writer Herodotus, the 5th-century BC …

Ancient History

Arantzazu Martinez

Artist: Jeremy Mann https://www.facebook.com/JeremyMannART Posted by Lara

A small painting by Terry Miura Posted by Franco

Study by Guy Denning Posted by Franco

'After the Masquerade' by Jeremy Mann Posted by Franco

Mark Demsteader- Manchester, UK 'Study for Blue Wave' Oil on canvas Posted by Lara

'Blurred Lines (Study 3) by Adam Lupton Posted by Franco

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Artist : Barontieri © Posted by Humam

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

Art & Painting

The Medieval World

Escape from the hectic New York City bustle and immerse yourself in the wonders of the Medieval World this week.<p>At Richard L. Feigen & Co., <i>Wonders of the Medieval World</i> showcases an exceptionally wide range of art forms created throughout Europe in the middle ages, including sculpture, paintings, stained glass, metalwork, and illuminated manuscripts.<p><i>A few highlights to look forward to</i>: From a Temple church in Paris destroyed during the Revolution, a luminous 16th century French stained glass …

Vandals, scandals and a 'racist chair' – the week in art

Exhibition of the week<p><b>A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany</b><br>The Romantic age was one of the great revolutionary epochs in art. It set all the arts free from the craftsmanlike work of serving a patron or community and released the tortured artist to follow the mountain …