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July 4, 2013. Images by Terry Evans, courtesy of Amon Carter Museum

By Paddleboat, By Inner Tube, By Car

An ever-changing relationship between a community and a river. More»

German propaganda about the Rheims cathedral bombing

Bombing the Cathedral of Reims

The battle that launched the culture clash of World War I. More»

Close-up of face in Rembrandt Laughing / Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

What’s the Difference between a Selfie and a Self-Portrait?

When is a selfie a self-portrait? When is it art? More»

Teaching Channel videos behind the scenes

19 New Videos Show How to Engage Students with Art

How to teach with art, for teachers and parents. More»

Young Pioneer with the Three Gorges, 2008
Copyright Chen Man. Courtesy of L.A. Louver

Glamour in Old Beijing

“All reality is a phantom, all phantoms are real.” More»

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    Tristan as King Louis XIV - MusePose

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    Are you a king? A goddess? SHOW IT. More»

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        Peacocks were imported into Rome and bred there as exotic pets, sacred animals, and extravagant delicacies (especially the tongues!). 

        They represented immortality, and were often a status symbol. Painted on the wall, this peacock keeps watch over a garden.

        02/28/15

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