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L.A. Band Writes Techno Music Inspired by Van Gogh

Van Gogh’s painting inspires a song “Drowning in Irises” by Dance Spirit More»

The Philopappos Monument and the Acropolis from Mouseion Hill, 2015

Athens through a Panoramic Lens

Dramatic panoramas of Athens evoke the past in the present. More»

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Talking the Global Middle Ages with Curator Bryan Keene

Curator Bryan Keene takes questions from inquiring Instagrammers More»

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Getty Salad Garden: Julian Hoeber

Julian Hoeber on the reality and mythology of being an artist. More»

Latte art inspired by Vincent van Gogh

Latte Art Inspired by Van Gogh’s “Irises”

Coffee + art + flowers = happiness. More»

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        Studying anything at a museum gives me a peek into what might have gone through the minds of other creatives. Being with the art in person, I am able to capture so much more with my eyes than what I would from studying a photograph. The sensation you get when looking at a piece in real life is incomparable. I would recommend to any artist, if possible, studying real pieces up close before just diving into studying photos.

        —Artist @franklinlei, profiled for our #GettyInspired series today on the Iris

        Pages from Franklin’s notebook with sketches of Bernini’s Bust of Pope Paul V and Riccio’s Virgin and Child at the Getty Museum

        02/11/16

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