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Share this article<p>Rom Levy<br>• March 18, 2014<br>• 0<p><b>Ernest Zacharevic</b> is currently in Barcelona where he is setting up his first solo show in Europe @ Montana …
“A bishop who held the relic—escorted by caribinieri with submachine guns—said to a child who was kissing the silver vessel that containe…
“A bishop who held the relic—escorted by <i>caribinieri</i> with submachine guns—said to a child who was kissing the silver vessel that contained the ampoules said to hold the blood of the patron saint of Naples: Don’t kiss the silver housing, kiss the glass, that’s where the sacred blood is!”<p>From Josef Winkler’s novel <i>Graveyard of Bitter Oranges</i>, the miracle of the liquefaction of Saint Januarius’s blood.
<i>Montpellier, Le Peyrou, Aqued</i>,
With old cans with carbide shooting on the night of old and new year<p>A tradition throughout our city Kampen (Holland)<p>You can see that the cans lids an old rag or jeans is done<p>So that the lid can roll away
John Nash, <i>Llanmadoc, Gower</i>, n.d.
Madame Vuillard Lighting the Stove <b>Edouard Vuillard</b> - 1924
Edvard Munch (Norwegian:1863–1944) – <i>The Girls on the Bridge</i>, 1918. Woodcut printed in blue, red, orange and yellow, the third (final) state, 1918 24½ by 20 3/4 in.
Roy Lichtenstein Foundation donates Shunk-Kender photo trove of more than 200,000 prints, negatives and other photographic material to th…
Roy Lichtenstein Foundation donates Shunk-Kender photo trove of more than 200,000 prints, negatives and other photographic material to the Getty Research Institute, MoMA, the National Gallery of Art, the Tate, and the Pompidou Center.<p>Pictured: Robert Rauschenberg in 1968, Merce Cunningham in 1964.
<i>Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre</i>, 1865, Charles Marville. French (1813 - 1879)
Milton Avery, Green Sea, oil on canvas, 1958, University of Kentucky Art Museum
Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss, 1853-1918), <i>Die Gantrischkette</i>, 1898. Oil on canvas, 38 x 47 cm.
Birgit Prestøe, Portrait Study, 1924-25<br>Edvard Munch
Emil Nolde <i>Mann und Weibchen,</i> 1912
<i>‘The Gaps’, Courtney Sennish, Intaglio and woodcut chine colle print.</i>
The book suggestion of this week is about communication, it's titled It's the Way You Say It - Second Edition: Becoming Articulate, Well-Spoken, and …
VINCENT VAN GOGH - Les Alyscamps (1888)
Oskar Schlemmer. Bauhaus Stairway. 1932
It’s an interesting relationship that book lovers have with the Internet: most would rather read a physical book than something on an iPad or Kindle, …
For almost a century, writers and other creative people have found inspiration and a profound sense of validation in the Bohemian-Austrian poet …Literature