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Jul 28
Happy 140th birthday to Joaquín Torres García
The Uruguayan painter was known as the founder of Constructive Universalism. Here's his work 'Constructivo en Gris y Negro con Centro Rojo' from +Museu Coleção Berardo. See it in high resolution: http://goo.gl/qVTTYj #art
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Google Art Project
Jul 24
Have you ever been to Lodz, in Poland? If you're planning to go, don't miss the large murals of the city center, created by prominent artists from around the world.
Some of these are available for you to enjoy online in +Fundacja Urban Forms' multimedia exhibition "Urban Forms Gallery": A permanent exhibition of #streetart in the city center of Lodzhttp://goo.gl/jXQcKI #streetartproject  
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Google Art Project
Jul 22
Today is American realist painter Edward Hopper’s birthday and we’re sharing his best known painting, Nighthawks from the Art Institute of Chicago: http://goo.gl/hL6Nce

Hopper stated that this work was inspired by “a restaurant on New York’s Greenwich Avenue where two streets meet,” but the image—with its carefully constructed composition and lack of narrative—has a timeless, universal quality that transcends its particular locale. Reworked and parodied countless times, this painting has become an icon of American culture.

The painting depicts a brightly lit, sparsely adorned diner peopled by four figures whose relationships to one another remain frustratingly ambiguous. It is unclear whether they bear some tense, potentially explosive relationship or whether they have been drawn into the diner from the forbidding darkness to take refuge in the silent company of strangers.
Hopper denied that he purposefully infused this or any other of his paintings with symbols of human isolation and urban emptiness, but he acknowledged that in Nighthawks “unconsciously, probably, I was painting the loneliness of a large city.”  #nyc  #art  
Nighthawks - Edward Hopper - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 18
The Ballet Class by French impressionist painter Edgar Degas, born July 19th, 1834: http://goo.gl/ucvutm +Musée d'Orsay 
From the 1870s until his death, Degas's favourite subjects were ballerinas at work, in rehearsal or at rest, and he tirelessly explored the theme with many variations in posture and gesture. Here the class is coming to an end – the pupils are exhausted, they are stretching, twisting to scratch their backs, adjusting their hair or clothes, an earring, or a ribbon, paying little heed to the inflexible teacher, a portrait of Jules Perrot, a real-life ballet master.
Over 80 other works by the painter are also on view at: http://goo.gl/uW99xb
The Ballet Class - Edgar Degas - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 16
“A Mecca of creativity”
For over a decade, New York’s famous 5Pointz was home to thousands of street artists throughout the globe: the walls of the 200,000 square foot factory in Long Island City served as the world's premiere open air aerosol museum, until it was whitewashed last November. 
In a dedicated exhibition by +Street Art NYC  you can now take a closer look at “The Institute of Higher Burning” and learn about it history, and the artists who worked there: http://goo.gl/lMQYpS #StreetArtProject #streetart #Preservation
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Google Art Project
Jul 14
Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt was born 152 years ago.
This is ‘Hope II’ painted in 1907-8, from MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art: http://goo.gl/1d5pXM
“In this painting, a pregnant woman bows her head and closes her eyes, as if praying for the safety of her child. Peeping out from behind her stomach is a death's head, sign of the danger she faces. At her feet, three women with bowed heads raise their hands, presumably also in prayer—although their solemnity might also imply mourning, as if they foresaw the child's fate. (...) Here, birth, death, and the sensuality of the living exist side by side suspended in equilibrium.”
#art #symbol "
Hope, II - Gustav Klimt – Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 10
‘The Outer Harbour of Le Havre, Morning, Sun, Tide’, 1902, by Danish-French painter Camille Pissarro born 184 years ago http://goo.gl/9CqiB1 Musée d'art moderne André Malraux. This is one of the final artworks executed by Camille Pissarro and it’s representative of the final phase of his work. 

“With these electrical installations, cranes and steamers, Pissarro gives us a decidedly modern view of the harbour of Le Havre. He captures the onlookers in full motion giving the scene the feel of a snapshot. The motifs, bluntly cut by the edges of the painting, also call to mind the photographic images that fascinated so many painters at the time."
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Google Art Project
Jul 8
"‘Judith and Holofernes’ by Artemisia Gentileschi, one of the great painters of the Baroque era, born 421 years ago, Uffizi Gallery: http://goo.gl/Vfu6Vp
This violent portrayal of a woman in the act of severing the main artery of a helpless and naked man is one of her best-known paintings. See it in high resolution: http://goo.gl/Vfu6Vp"
Judith and Holofernes - Artemisia Gentileschi - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 4
Today, we were delighted to publish the collections of nine new museums and organizations in Czech Republic, such as the Muzeum umeni Olomouc (http://goo.gl/8QxYPU), Egon Schiele Art Centrum (http://goo.gl/RY6emb), Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (http://goo.gl/wFUjkp) and Muzeum Tomáše Garrigua Masaryka (http://goo.gl/4gtoFx).
Enjoy the new art and archive collections, #MuseumView  tours and ultra-high resolution images at: http://goo.gl/A9ZBAS

Below: 'Dance' by Jiří Sopko, Egon Schiele Art Centrum, availabl in #gigapixel  resolution at: http://goo.gl/l55CC1
Dance - Jiří Sopko - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 3
'Lusterware Frieze Tile' from Iran, 13th century. Click and zoom in to enjoy the details and colours.  +Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) 
Lusterware Frieze Tile - Unknown, Iran, 1275-1300 - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 2
Today is the 120th birthday of André Kertész, one of the great photographers of the 20th century, known for his lyrical, spontaneous pictures of everyday life and considered one of the seminal figures of photojournalism.
Here is his 'Fork' photographed in 1928 +Nelson- Atkins http://goo.gl/kyF03l
"While many of his pictures have the simplicity of amateur snapshots, Kertész made extensive use of such modernist devices as the aerial view and the extreme close-up. This work, one of the most important of his Parisian period, exemplifies the transformative powers of his vision by suggesting an inherent mystery in the mundane. Kertész's Fork is at once realistic and abstract, intimate and monumental." #photography
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Google Art Project
Jun 30
437 years ago, on June 28th, Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens was born. Here's a version of "The miracles of St. Francis Xavier" from +Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien's collection, available in high res at: http://goo.gl/oxcyAq Zoom in to see the exquisite details and colours!
And you can enjoy over 90 other works by Rubens in high resolution! Just click: http://goo.gl/TeGQNg #art #master  
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Google Art Project
Jun 25
Spanish Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí was born on this day in 1852! Here's his Upright chair from the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya: http://goo.gl/ttRoqJ  #art
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Google Art Project
Jun 24
'Via della Luce. Bread and oil' photograph by Emilio Gentilini http://goo.gl/6YTqdy part of Museo di Roma in Trastevere's recently launched online collection http://goo.gl/nmX5FV #photography #life
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Google Art Project
Jun 23
Happy Monday!
Mural by Mateus Bailon London +Global Street Art Foundation. See it in high res: http://goo.gl/yzpEXa
#StreetArtProject #streetart  
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Google Art Project
Jun 19
We've heard a lot of guesses on who the mystery man behind Picasso's #BlueRoom might be. Have a suggestion? Let us know! We'll share the results on our blog.

More on the underpainting: http://goo.gl/7STPUz

Image: Infrared of Pablo Picasso’s The Blue Room (1901). The Phillips Collection, copyright 2008.
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Google Art Project
Jun 18
'The Bridge at Le Pecq' by French artist André Derain, born June 10, 1880: http://goo.gl/3MKTmN +Cincinnati Art Museum 
This depiction of a busy river port is among the earliest and most impressive examples of Fauve painting. More details at http://goo.gl/3MKTmN 
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Google Art Project
Jun 16
'Carnival of 1656, carousel at Palazzo Barberini in honour of Christina of Sweden' by Filippo Gagliardi is part of Museo di Roma's newly published online collection and it is available in #Gigapixel resolution!
Click http://goo.gl/5DHQFX and zoom in to discover incredible details — can you see the audience's face expressions, the dragon's threatening teeth or the delicately sculpted façades? 
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Google Art Project
Jun 13
"Setting Sun" by Austrian painter Egon Schiele, born on June 12th, 1890 +LeopoldMuseum Wien. You can see this work in high resolution and learn about its story at: http://goo.gl/eBFfYR
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Google Art Project
Jun 12
'Stonehenge' painted by John Constable, born on June 11, 1776 +Victoria and Albert Museumhttp://goo.gl/QYvj8x
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Google Art Project
Jun 11
Thursday, 12th June at 12pm ET, join us for a live  #ArtTalk with George Eastman House about the daguerreotype —the first successful photographic process — and ask your questions to the speakers during the online broadcast!

George Eastman House holds a vast, historically important and aesthetically unparalleled collection of daguerreotypes by America’s acknowledged masters of the medium, Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes. The collection of over 1,200 daguerreotypes constitutes the largest repository of work by Southworth & Hawes. In 2008, Eastman House received a multi-year National Endowment for the Arts–Save America's Treasures grant that enabled the stabilization and re-housing of these unique and culturally significant objects. This grant allowed Eastman House staff to improve the physical preservation of these daguerreotypes and increase access to the collection.

This Art Talk will feature George Eastman House conservators Taina Meller and Ralph Wiegandt as well as Lisa Hostetler and Jamie M. Allen from the Department of Photography. They will discuss Southworth & Hawes, the daguerreotype process, the findings leading up to the grant application, and the process of implementing an oxygen-free housing environment for these objects.
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Google Art Project
Jun 11
Celebrating our #streetartproject : street artists Chu in Buenos Aires and Cept in Paris create an artwork simultaneously thanks to technology. g.co/streetart
#artstech  
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Google Art Project
Jun 9
'Ophelia' by Sir John Everett Millais born on June 8th 1829 +Tate: http://goo.gl/FV3Sgp
This is the drowning Ophelia from Shakespeare's play Hamlet. Picking flowers she slips and falls into a stream. Mad with grief after her father's murder by Hamlet, her lover, she allows herself to die. You can see this painting's details using the zoom at: http://goo.gl/FV3Sgp
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Google Art Project
Jun 5
Happy 350th birthday, Rachel Ruysch! Explore the “gigapixel” image of her painting on the +Google Art Project 
Roses, Convolvulus, Poppies, and Other Flowers in an Urn on a Stone Ledge - Rachel Ruysch - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jun 4
+The Morgan Library & Museum is a major exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music and one of New York's great historic sites.
Take a tour of its famed McKim building with #StreetView and enjoy unparalleled views of its extraordinary murals and nearly thirty-foot high ceiling: http://goo.gl/wXNz3j #heritage
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Google Art Project
Jul 25
Starting Out After Rail by realist painter Thomas Eakins, born 170 years ago +Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. See it in high resolution, with other works by the artist: http://goo.gl/dqRdjc
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Google Art Project
Jul 23
"I paint with shapes." -Alexander Calder, born on this day in 1898! 

Catch our Calder retrospective, on view through Sunday. http://bit.ly/17yNMky
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Google Art Project
Jul 21
Start the week with a virtual artistic trip to Japan, and discover Yamatane Museum of Art’s beautiful collection, which includes masterpieces by painters such as Taikan Yokoyama, Gyoshu Hayami, Kokei Kobayashi, and Gyokudo Kawai, and available online at: http://goo.gl/gVpxTo

Below: ‘Camellia Petals Scattering’ by Hayami Gyoshū painted in 1929 and named an Important Cultural Property in 1977: http://goo.gl/Pnu0nt
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Google Art Project
Jul 17
A Morning. The Dance of the Nymphs by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, born July 17, 1796 +Musée d'Orsay: http://goo.gl/ozTCnl
In this painting, “the curtain of trees isolating the characters at the back has the effect of a theatre curtain and evokes an opera ballet, an ambiguity to which the title contributes, as the word ‘matinée’ may be an allusion to daytime performances, as opposed to ‘soirées’.” Take a closer look by zooming in at: http://goo.gl/ozTCnl
And for more works by Corot, just click: http://goo.gl/G1PFpp
A Morning. The Dance of the Nymphs - Camille Corot - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 15
"For Rembrandt van Rijn’s birthday, take a minute to appreciate the Dutch painter’s masterpiece — and the most famous painting in the +Rijksmuseum — The Night Watch in #Gigapixelresolution: http://goo.gl/QY3COU

Group portraits of civil guard troops were common in the Dutch Golden Age but with this painting, Rembrandt was the first to depict figures in a group portrait in action, striking dynamic poses. The captain, dressed in black, is telling his lieutenant to start the company marching. The guardsmen are getting into formation. Rembrandt used the light to focus on particular details, like the captain’s gesturing hand and the young girl in the foreground. She was the company mascot.
Zoom in to see these details. Can you find the barely-there figure, whose eye and beret are just seen and which is believed to be a self-portrait of Rembrandt himself?"
The Night Watch - Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 11
Today is the 180th anniversary of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s birth!
Here’s ‘The Princess from the Land of Porcelain’ from +Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries: http://goo.gl/1DG8JV
It was part of a series of costume pictures undertaken by Whistler in which western models appear in Asian dress, surrounded by Chinese and Japanese objects from his own collections. Here, the noted Victorian beauty Christina Spartali strikes a pose that recalls both the elongated figures depicted on Chinese Kangxi porcelain and the graceful courtesans that appear in ukiyo-e prints. 
See this painting in the context of the museum’s Peacock Room, where the Princesse presides over an array of Asian ceramics, with Museum View: http://goo.gl/90hbG5 The painting, “like the room in which it hangs, embodies the Freer aesthetic: an imaginative, cosmopolitan representation of East-West harmony. #StreetView  
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Google Art Project
Jul 9
"A month ago, we launched our #StreetArtProject to help preserve street art and help our partners tell a story of street art around the globe. 
Users can get up-close and personal with street art spaces from around the world that are closed to the public, or that have already been demolished—such as the famed Paris 13 tower. Explore all nine floors and 450 square meters of painted ceilings and walls of the now-demolished Tour Paris 13 building with Street View in a few clicks: http://goo.gl/LUmuxa #streetart"
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Google Art Project
Jul 7
Painter Marc Chagall was born on July 6th, 1887: a good day to enjoy his monumental work on the ceiling of Paris's Palais Garnier, available in ultra-high resolution at http://goo.gl/Nf9gKI
Over three days and nights, five technicians worked in rotation to transcribe the minutest detail of the 240m2 pictorial composition. It is the largest work available on the site in #Gigapixel resolution, a technical challenge given the height at which it is located (18 metres), the lighting conditions in the theatre, and the curved, circular nature of the ceiling!

Don’t forget to zoom in and to click on the Details to see different views of the ceiling http://goo.gl/Nf9gKI #artstech "
Marc Chagall’s Ceiling for the Paris Opéra - Marc Chagall - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 4
"From Style Writing to Art - A Street Art History"
Go back to the first years of #streetart in this exhibition curated by MoSA The Museum of Street Art and enjoy the ride!
" How did it all start? Where did this worldwide movement originated? How come a movement emerged so rapidly and largely? " #StreetArtProject  
From Style Writing to Art - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Jul 3
 Google Developers originally shared this post.
See developers getting creative with code.  #DevArt  

The #DigitalRevolution is officially open at +Barbican Centre Here's a first look at the #DevArt artists making art with code. http://goo.gl/K081UR
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Google Art Project
Jul 1
Part of the #StreetArtProject , the São Paulo #StreetArt collection features 89 artists represented by 189 artworks spread along the expanded center of São Paulo, Brazil. Take a tour in a few clicks http://goo.gl/Izf0dR #Brazil  

Below: 'Untitled' by Binho Ribeiro http://goo.gl/syC24h
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Google Art Project
Jun 26
Mural by French #streetartist 3ttman in Atlanta, GA from Living Walls: The City Speaks See it in high res: http://goo.gl/5gzYDq #streetartproject  
For more #streetart , you can join the community: http://goo.gl/zIIiaV
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Google Art Project
Jun 24
 Van Gogh Museum originally shared this post.
One of our fans, Finn Stone, shared this piece of art with us, inspired by Vincent, using 10.524 brushes! More info: www.finnstone.com
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Google Art Project
Jun 23
 Google Cultural Institute originally shared this post.
Today, 8 Slovak galleries and museums joined the Cultural Institute, bringing online 400 artworks.
Wander the Slovak National Gallery with #StreetView http://goo.gl/XRCF8M and walk through Bratislava City Gallery's Passage where “ visitors [can] enter...and be overcome by the illusion of infinite space, created by an ingenious system of mirrors and about 12,000 books… ” http://goo.gl/FQHkVk
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Google Art Project
Jun 20
'Moroccan Scene' by Henry Ossawa Tanner, born June 21, 1859 Birmingham Museum of Art: http://goo.gl/9YXolZ
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Google Art Project
Jun 19
Have you ever been to the Museo Carlo Bilotti in Rome?
Housed in the restored 16th-century Orangery of Villa Borghese, the museum's collection includes paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico, as well as works by Larry Rivers, Andy Warhol, Mimmo Rotella, Gino Severini and Giacomo Manzù.

Take a virtual walk of the museum with #StreetView at any time:
http://goo.gl/GbRR5h 
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Google Art Project
Jun 17
A few weeks ago, we captured street artist Phlegm's temporary installation "The Bestiary" in London with #StreetView , allowing anyone to enjoy it from anywhere, at any time at http://goo.gl/V1UM8g
In this video, we go #BehindTheScenes and show you the capture with +Street Art London! #streetartproject
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Google Art Project
Jun 13
Ever wondered what it's like to be in the shoes of a street artist?
In this video, ATMA created a mural and shares his thoughts using Google Glass. #streetartproject #googleglass  
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Google Art Project
Jun 12
Thursday, 12th June at 12pm ET, join us for a live  #ArtTalk with George Eastman House about the daguerreotype —the first successful photographic process — and ask your questions to the speakers during the online broadcast!

George Eastman House holds a vast, historically important and aesthetically unparalleled collection of daguerreotypes by America’s acknowledged masters of the medium, Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes. The collection of over 1,200 daguerreotypes constitutes the largest repository of work by Southworth & Hawes. In 2008, Eastman House received a multi-year National Endowment for the Arts–Save America's Treasures grant that enabled the stabilization and re-housing of these unique and culturally significant objects. This grant allowed Eastman House staff to improve the physical preservation of these daguerreotypes and increase access to the collection.

This Art Talk will feature George Eastman House conservators Taina Meller and Ralph Wiegandt as well as Lisa Hostetler and Jamie M. Allen from the Department of Photography. They will discuss Southworth & Hawes, the daguerreotype process, the findings leading up to the grant application, and the process of implementing an oxygen-free housing environment for these objects.
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Google Art Project
Jun 11
A lot happened yesterday for the launch of our  #StreetArtProject : events in Paris & Buenos Aires, live art, connected artists, amazing #streetart  & technology.
Explore an ongoing collection of  #streetart online & enjoy the ride: g.co/streetart
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Google Art Project
Jun 11
Today, 14 new museums of Rome join the project, bringing online over 650 artworks representing 4000 years of history, from classical to contemporary, from painting to sculpture! http://goo.gl/rJvpEV
You can also visit 11 of these museums with #StreetView and take a virtual walk to the Mercati di Traiano http://goo.gl/JCI9Ml or the Museo dell'Ara Pacis http://goo.gl/jHsv1F
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Google Art Project
Jun 10
The world is a canvas - introducing the #streetartproject

From the Philippines to Portugal; Paris to Bogotá, we’re delighted to announce our collaboration with street art experts who are bringing 5000 images and 100 exhibitions online to tell a story of #streetart around the world.

You can now immerse yourself in a world of prowling creatures http://goo.gl/WD3q7g, miniature people http://goo.gl/BGTtS1 and supernatural symbolism http://goo.gl/7FpTtx; and learn about the history of street art http://goo.gl/RSS9tJ in one click: g.co/streetart

Mural by Vhils in Shanghai, MoSA: http://goo.gl/PfQtYd
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Google Art Project
Jun 6
Spanish Baroque painter Diego Velazquez would have been 415 today. In "An Old Woman Cooking Eggs" from the National Galleries of Scotland http://goo.gl/jsK8Um he demonstrates the artist's flair for painting people and everyday objects directly from life.
Here, the play of light and shadow on opaque and reflective surfaces results in brilliant passages of painting, especially the eggs cooking in hot oil and the varied domestic utensils.
See it in detailshttp://goo.gl/jsK8Um
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Google Art Project
Jun 5
 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston originally shared this post.
The Little Dancer's Big Move
Edgar Degas's “Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer” just moved into the beautifully renovated Impressionism Gallery. See the MFA through her eyes.
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Google Art Project
Jun 4
 Carlo Ciotti originally shared this post.
 Street Art in Montreal, Canada.

"Our Lady of Grace"  by The A'shop crew 
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