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Oct 1
Join us Thursday, 9th October for a live  #ArtTalk  with the Amon Carter Museum of American Art about its Artist Archives collection at 11am CST! 
The museum's staff and scholars will talk about each of the eight photographers in the museum’s Artist Archives collection and will answer your questions.
With generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Amon Carter has cataloged, digitized and published online more than 35,000 artworks of eight prominent American photographers of the 20th century—Carlotta Corpron, Nell Dorr, Laura Gilpin, Eliot Porter, Helen Post, Clara Sipprell, Erwin E. Smith, and Karl Struss—and created comprehensive online guides to each collection. Each speaker will provide an overview of the collection and its potential educational applications within the humanities, with a unique glimpse behind the scenes at the Amon Carter.

Tune in and write your questions to the speakers on the event page or in the comments! We'll make sure to ask them.   #hangoutsonair #hoa  

Speakers:
Moderator: Jana Hill, Collection Information and Imaging Manager, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
 
Alison Stauver, Art historian, New York, NY
Maggie Adler, Assistant Curator, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Deanna Smith, Archives Volunteer, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Erin Long, Lead Gallery Teacher, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Karen Barber, Curatorial Fellow in Photography, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Emily Olson, Cataloging Fellow, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Nancy Strickland, Distance Learning and Docent Program Manager, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
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Google Art Project
Sep 29
'The Crowning with Thorns' by Caravaggio, one of history's most enigmatic and influential artists, born 443 years ago +Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.
Enjoy this work in high resolution by clicking: http://goo.gl/YfrkYS #art #master #history

" With a complete command of anatomy, Caravaggio characterises the varied physical appearance of the protagonists. Christ’s delicate skin is in obvious contrast to the bronzed appearance of his tormentors. His exposed, outstretched neck, which has been forced into a horizontal position, is a clear indication of the brutality of the action. Caravaggio uses decisive contrasts of light and dark to create a strong physical presence. Remarkable is his use of so-called incision, in which he used a sharp instrument to outline the principal contours of his composition on the surface before he began painting. "
Learn more in the Details: http://goo.gl/YfrkYS
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Google Art Project
Sep 26
'The Old Italian Woman' attributed to Théodore Géricault, born #onthisday in 1791 +MuMa Le Havrehttp://goo.gl/mvQviR #art #portrait
Initially attributed to Jean-Victor Schnetz, this painting was most spectacularly reattributed to Théodore Géricault in 2000. Its attribution remains the subject of passionate debate... Read more in the details: http://goo.gl/mvQviR #artist
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Google Art Project
Sep 24
Sanxingdui Museum's collection in the Sichuan Province includes thousands of artifacts of bronze, jade and gold of the ancient Shu period, 3,000 years ago.
Discover the 'dreamy art of ancient China, amazing heritage of lost civilization' thanks to their online collection http://goo.gl/DIupY4 and exhibitions, such as the online exhibit 'The Faces of Sanxingdui' that can be viewed at: http://goo.gl/4Dkt7H #china #art #history  
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Google Art Project
Sep 23
'Self-Portrait' by Suzanne Valadon, French painter born on September 23, 1865 +The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. See it in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/EEhtLA #art
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Google Art Project
Sep 19
Discover art from the streets of Bogotá in this exhibit created by +BOGOTÁ STREET ARThttp://goo.gl/0iPZ3d
#streetartproject #streetart #bogota #colombia #artecallejero  
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Google Art Project
Sep 16
'Oiseau Chute' by sculptor Jean Arp born #onthisday 128 years ago, +Abbot Hall Art Gallery & Museumhttp://goo.gl/WVgw18
He was "a founder member of Dada (...) His abstract reliefs and paper cut-outs evolved into sensuous, biomorphic forms that brought him to surrealism and automatism." See this work and others by the artist in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/WVgw18 #art #sculpture #abstract  
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Google Art Project
Sep 12
'Mappa', 1971 - 1973, by Alighiero Boetti & part of +MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo's online collection in extremely high resolution: http://goo.gl/EBPsKM
This tapestry, made in Kabul by Afghan embroiders to the designs of Alighiero Boetti, represents the global geopolitical situation at the beginning of the 1970s, with the relative distribution of power. 
Visit MAXXI online at: http://goo.gl/Lt1Cpb #art #contemporary #geopolitics #HappyFriday  
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Google Art Project
Sep 10
'Self-portrait' by Marianne von Werefkin, Russian-Swiss Expressionist painter born #onthisday in 1860 +Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbauhttp://goo.gl/CA4hl5 #art #color #painting  
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Google Art Project
Sep 8
'The Card Game' by Jacob Lawrence, one the best-known 20th-century African-American painters, born on September 7, 1917 +SCAD Museum of Art, on view in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/fLlMX9 #art #painting
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Google Art Project
Sep 3
We are live for the #ArtTalk  with +Le Mundaneum and author Alex Wright! Watch the livestream and write your question in the comments! Art Talk: The Platonic Network #AWrightTalk  
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Google Art Project
Sep 3
On Wednesday, 3 September at 5pm CET (11am EDT), join Alex Wright, author and former User Experience director at The New York Times, now at Etsy.com, for an Art Talk about “the Platonic Network” and Paul Otlet’s plan for a “worldwide web.”

In the 1920’s and 1930’s a Belgian entrepreneur and utopist dreamed of what we now experience everyday: a global communication network enabling the sharing of knowledge. Paul Otlet, with his friend and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Henri La Fontaine, developed the first paper search engine, but Otlet went further and used bibliography to describe notions of network, data linking, hypertext language and web semantics, decades before the Internet was invented. Alex Wright explored his visionary but mostly forgotten ideas in his latest book, Cataloging the World : Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age (Oxford University Press, June 2014), shedding a new light on the genesis of information technologies.

Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live video talk using the hashtag #AWrightTalk  
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Google Art Project
Sep 1
'Bonaparte Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800' by Jacques Louis David +Château de Versailles. See this famous portrait of the French emperor in high resolution: http://goo.gl/mzRvle And various other works by Jacques Louis David, born on 30 August 1748: http://goo.gl/JhDzSf #art #portrait #history  
Bonaparte Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800 - Jacques Louis David - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Aug 28
'The Wizard' http://goo.gl/oH3bbY by British artist Edward Burne-Jones, born 181 years ago, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
The older man reveals an image of a shipwreck to the young girl, in his convex mirror (...) It is believed that the wizard himself is the artist in his younger years, and the young girl was modelled by Frances Graham Horner, daughter of his primary patron since the 1860s, William Graham. Read more: http://goo.gl/oH3bbY   #art #throwbackthursday
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Google Art Project
Aug 27
'The Smokers' by Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo, born on 26 August 1899 +Museo Nacional de Arte MUNAL. See it in high resolution: http://goo.gl/hPT9b6

Rufino Tamayo combined modern European painting styles with Mexican folk themes. In this painting, The figure on the left —a self portrait of the Oaxaca-born Tamayo— and that of Izquierdo (his student) on the right are both smoking as they stare straight in each other's eyes #art #mexico
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Google Art Project
Aug 22
'Sun' by artist and sculptor Hannah Frank, born August 23, 1908 in Glasgow, Scotland: http://goo.gl/D1yeoc +Ben Uri Gallery #art #sun #happyfriday  
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Google Art Project
Aug 20
'Forest Scene' by French painter Narcisse-Virgile Diaz de la Peña born #onthisday in 1807 +Brooklyn Museum: http://goo.gl/BD1CpK
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Google Art Project
Aug 18
On Wednesday, 3 September at 5pm CET (11am EDT), join Alex Wright, author and former User Experience director at The New York Times, now at Etsy.com, for an Art Talk about “the Platonic Network” and Paul Otlet’s plan for a “worldwide web.”

In the 1920’s and 1930’s a Belgian entrepreneur and utopist dreamed of what we now experience everyday: a global communication network enabling the sharing of knowledge. Paul Otlet, with his friend and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Henri La Fontaine, developed the first paper search engine, but Otlet went further and used bibliography to describe notions of network, data linking, hypertext language and web semantics, decades before the Internet was invented. Alex Wright explored his visionary but mostly forgotten ideas in his latest book, Cataloging the World : Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age (Oxford University Press, June 2014), shedding a new light on the genesis of information technologies.

Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live video talk using the hashtag #AWrightTalk  
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Google Art Project
Aug 15
StreetArt by Seth in Paris, France.    ,#StreetArt
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Google Art Project
Aug 15
Closing soon: Only one month left to tour the streets of 19th-century Paris through stunning photographs. See Paris’s transformation into the City of Light in Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris, on view through Sun., Sept. 14 > www.mfah.org/marville
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Google Art Project
Aug 13
'Verdun, France' painted in 1915 by George Luks born August 13th, 1867 +The Phillips Collectionhttp://goo.gl/jFHFCj 
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Google Art Project
Aug 11
We are thrilled to debut our partnership with Creative Time, featuring Kara Walker's "A Subtlety". We sent our Street View team in on the occasion of the demolition of the Domino Sugar Refining Plant to capture the installation.
See it now and learn about the artists inspiration and creative process here: http://goo.gl/3NgqsJ
#karawalkerdomino   #creativetimenyc #art #streetview  
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Google Art Project
Aug 8
August 9, 1866: Japanese painter Kuroda Seiki, noted for bringing Western theories about art to a wide Japanese audience, was born.
See below his 'Portrait of Terajima Munenori' at Tokyo National Museum: http://goo.gl/hZdOUD

Terajima Munenori was born as the second son of a low-ranking samurai from Satsuma fief. He traveled to England as a member of Satsuma's mission to England (...). After the Meiji Restoration in 1868, he became a diplomat to use his experiences in England and made efforts to amend treaties Japan had signed with foreign countries.
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Google Art Project
Aug 6
Happy birthday Andy Warhol! The American painter, film-maker and author would have been 86 today. Here's 'Brillo', 1988 from the collection of Muzeum umění Olomouc: http://goo.gl/is4twW
" Among his works are found repeated series of pictures of consumer goods (Campbell soup cans, Coca Cola bottles) as well as of politicians and Pop Culture stars (Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley). To this category also belongs his carton box of the Brillo detergent, called by the art critic Artur Danto an example of the termination of western art... " #popart
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Google Art Project
Aug 5
MIA is closed today, but you can explore MIA via the +Google Art Project. The Art Project is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in MIA. Start exploring here http://www.googleartproject.com/collection/the-museum-of-islamic-art-qatar/

Portrait of a European Gentleman in Turkish Dress
Unknown, Iran
Late 17th Century 
MIA, Qatar
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Google Art Project
Sep 30
'Mary with the Child, Venerated by St. Marc and St. Luke' by Tintoretto, born 496 years ago  Gemäldegalerie +Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Click http://goo.gl/mNxf9z to see it in high resolution.
Considered as the greatest Venetian painter of the 16th Century, Tintoretto's name derives from the Italian tintore, meaning “dyer”, his father’s occupation. " He was a pupil of Titian—even if not for a long period—whose colourism had a profound influence on his work. His manner did not, however, purely confine itself to Titian's but also drew from Michelangelo "
Read more in the details: http://goo.gl/mNxf9z #art #venice #renaissance #history #colours  
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Google Art Project
Sep 26
+Palácio Nacional e Jardins de Queluz, a Portuguese 18th-century palace between Lisbon and Sintra, has joined the Google Cultural Institute, making available their collection of art and artefacts! Enjoy the collection at: http://goo.gl/644a8d
The palace is one of the leading examples of the rococo and neoclassical architectural styles from the second half of the 18th century in Portugal. Happy Friday! #art #palace #architecture  
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Google Art Project
Sep 25
 Rossella Ramacciotti originally shared this post.
"Education is the key of Knowledge" by M."Barys" Barajasz. #streetart
Lodz Poland
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Google Art Project
Sep 23
 Google Cultural Institute originally shared this post.
Fifty years ago, the +Opéra national de Paris unveiled a stunning new ceiling painted as a gift by Marc Chagall. This colorful modernist work sits 18 meters above the auditorium’s seats and it has been captured in ultra-high resolution for you to enjoy online. Click http://goo.gl/NNKHk5 to zoom in and enjoy the details of this tribute to composers, characters and actors from operatic history. #art #opera #paris #ballet  
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Google Art Project
Sep 22
Take a break to visit the Museum of Decorative Arts In Prague with #StreetView . Just click http://goo.gl/gQqMwf to enjoy its Neo-Renaissance edifice, and explore the rich collections of decorative and applied arts. #art #museum #decorative #happymonday  
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Google Art Project
Sep 17
15 American cultural organisations are publishing their collection on the Cultural Institute today, encompassing a rich display of fine art, history and cultural heritage: from the +Detroit Institute of Arts' encyclopedic art exhibition (http://goo.gl/uUh8kv) to the +Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park's 1,500-year-old site (http://goo.gl/VlIWkA) and the +National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum's collection of frontier art (http://goo.gl/nvF67s).
Happy browsing! http://goo.gl/xEmDm4  
#art #history   #america #culture  

Below: 'Apache Ben' by Stephen Mopope: http://goo.gl/ad6ksn
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Google Art Project
Sep 15
'Bartholomew Beale' by Sir Peter Lely, Dutch painter born on September 14th, 1618 +Dulwich Picture Gallery: http://goo.gl/dnW059 #art #portrait  
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Google Art Project
Sep 11
'100 most beautiful Chinese paintings': six online exhibits give you an overview of classical painting tradition and major genres in Chinese art. Learn about these paintings curated by China Modern Contemporary Art Document in a click: http://goo.gl/SVh3dq

Below is a glimpse of paintings from the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912), on view at: http://goo.gl/bCcCmR #art #china #history #paintings  
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Google Art Project
Sep 9
Take a minute (or two!) to explore over twenty new collections of art and archives published today: www.google.com/culturalinstitute

From Peru to the Philippines via Turkey, over 2,000 new documents and artworks are available online for you to enjoy, with collections such as the +Musée Dapper in France (http://goo.gl/eY9MCI) and the Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art in Turkey (http://goo.gl/9lCVZd). You can also take a virtual tour of some stunning galleries such as +MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo in Italy (http://goo.gl/FrvuBN) and the +Museo Lázaro Galdiano  (http://goo.gl/lin8Ek) with #StreetView : http://goo.gl/72VGFT
#art #museums #musetech #contemporaryart  

Image below: 'Twenty Three Haunt' by Gilbert&George, Elgiz Museum of Contemporary art on view at: http://goo.gl/HiggV4 
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Google Art Project
Sep 4
From bronze masks to Xu Bing’s Phoenix, 5,000 years of Chinese art are now available on the Cultural Institute! http://goo.gl/W5lrcy

Today, we unveiled 1,400 new objects and 48 online exhibitions from nine Chinese arts and culture institutions, such as the Sanxingdui Museum (http://goo.gl/J5T6Vh), The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCACAA) (http://goo.gl/Q9SqEv), Pokfulam Village (http://goo.gl/EPH0ak) and the Today Art Museum (http://goo.gl/QKYqTH).
You can now explore works from the dawn of civilization up to the experimental art of modern China, wherever you are! More highlights on our blogpost: http://goo.gl/W5lrcy 
#art #history #china  
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Google Art Project
Sep 3
 Rossella Ramacciotti originally shared this post.
The fisherman by Fintan Magee ( australian street artist) Limerick city Ireland
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Google Art Project
Sep 2
'Of the Blues: Carolina Shout' by renowned American collagist Romare Bearden, born #onthisday in 1911 +The Mint Museum - See it in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/rMUNsn #art #blues #jazz  
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Google Art Project
Aug 29
 Google Cultural Institute originally shared this post.
Today, Tatarstan's largest museums open their doors for the Internet audience, on the Cultural Institute. Learn about the history and culture of Tatarstan, one of the most innovative regions of Russia, in a few clicks.
Start with a stroll around Old Elabuga, with a historic exhibit by the Elabuga State Museum-Reserve (goo.gl/9PvKLT). Then, explore art and icons from the collection of the Tatarstan State Museum of Fine Arts (goo.gl/Sii3Rk). Finally, enjoy the traditional jewelry from the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan (goo.gl/CG334H).
Enjoy the journey! #culture #art #HappyFriday  
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Google Art Project
Aug 27
On Wednesday, 3 September at 5pm CET (11am EDT), join Alex Wright, author and former User Experience director at The New York Times, now at Etsy.com, for an Art Talk about “the Platonic Network” and Paul Otlet’s plan for a “worldwide web.”

In the 1920’s and 1930’s a Belgian entrepreneur and utopist dreamed of what we now experience everyday: a global communication network enabling the sharing of knowledge. Paul Otlet, with his friend and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Henri La Fontaine, developed the first paper search engine, but Otlet went further and used bibliography to describe notions of network, data linking, hypertext language and web semantics, decades before the Internet was invented. Alex Wright explored his visionary but mostly forgotten ideas in his latest book, Cataloging the World : Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age (Oxford University Press, June 2014), shedding a new light on the genesis of information technologies.

Follow #ArtTalks  and +Mundaneum for updates and ask questions during the live video talk using the hashtag #AWrightTalk  
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Google Art Project
Aug 26
 Google Cultural Institute originally shared this post.
Honoring Finland’s Famed Architect Alvar Aalto
Today, we’re proud to announce a partnership with the Alvar Aalto Foundation to bring much of the architect's important work online.
Anyone, anywhere can virtually visit many of Alvar Aalto's most important buildings with #StreetView  and learn about his design breakthroughs in digital exhibitions, all in one click: http://goo.gl/TzZ3ho #architecture #finland  
Alvar Aalto Museum / Alvar Aalto Foundation - Google Cultural Institute
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Google Art Project
Aug 21
Leading English illustrator and author Aubrey Beardsley was born #onthisday  in 1872. After Oscar Wilde, he was the outstanding figure in the Aestheticism movement. Here's his 'The driving of Cupid from the garden preparatory drawing for the cover design of 'The Savoy'' +Art Gallery of South Australia http://goo.gl/IB26K9 #art #illustration
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Google Art Project
Aug 19
Paris Street: Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte born 166 years ago, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Enjoy this work in high resolution at: http://goo.gl/IdRT2h

In this masterpiece, "Gustave Caillebotte brought an unusual monumentality and compositional control to a typical Impressionist subject, the new boulevards that were changing the Paris cityscape. The result is at once real and contrived, casual and choreographed. With its curiously detached figures, the canvas depicts the anonymity that the boulevards seemed to create."
Read more about ithttp://goo.gl/IdRT2h
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Google Art Project
Aug 18
#mondayblues ? No to worry. You can take a virtual trip to Mexico's Museo Nacional de Antropología with #StreetView to admire the majestic Piedra del Sol and various other Aztec treasures, wherever you are. Just click: http://goo.gl/DFwQgi #anthropology #archaeology  
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Google Art Project
Aug 15
 The Blanton Museum of Art originally shared this post.
Today we're loving these statue selfies on +Hyperallergic → http://bit.ly/1sSPd7G #art   #selfie  
Ancient Statues Pose for Selfies
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Google Art Project
Aug 14
'Seaport at Sunrise' by French landscape painter Claude Vernet, born 220 years ago +Dulwich Picture Gallery. Click http://goo.gl/qomuui to see it in high resolution and use the zoom to enjoy the landscape in detail. 
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Google Art Project
Aug 12
On the #StreetArtProject , you can discover the Philippines' street art scene+Filipino Street Art Project tells you about the work and story of Filipino street artists in various online exhibits, on view at: http://goo.gl/Qlq25v
For example, learn about Kookoo, a prolific Filipina street artist based in Quezon City, and whose work can be seen throughout Metro Manila in a dedicated exhibit: http://goo.gl/iOlhz6 #streetart #philippines  
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Google Art Project
Aug 8
 Tate originally shared this post.
Best friends. Rivals. Read the story behind modern art masters Matisse and Picasso http://ow.ly/A4DUB
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Google Art Project
Aug 7
'Flowering plants' by Emil Nolde, born on this day in 1867: http://goo.gl/PeM7GO - Ca' Pesaro - Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna.
The German painter and printmaker was one of the first Expressionists, and is considered to be one of the great oil painting and watercolour painters of the 20th century.
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Google Art Project
Aug 5
Did you know you can get up close & personal with our collection for free, 24/7, right at home? Browse some of our art from home with the magic of +Google Art Project > www.mfah.org/googleartproject
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Google Art Project
Aug 4
'Waterfall' by John Henry Twachtman, born on this day 161 years ago +Cincinnati Art Museum.
Waterfall - John Henry Twachtman (American, b.1853, d.1902) - Google Cultural Institute
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