Connecting Art Histories

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Connecting the Art Historical Dots

Connecting Art Histories participants studying frescoes in the Casa Vasari palace in Florence, Italy. © J. Paul Getty Trust
Connecting Art Histories participants studying frescoes in the Casa Vasari palace in Florence, Italy.

A Getty Foundation initiative is expanding the frontiers of art history by bringing scholars together from around the globe. More»

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It Takes a Village: Understanding Spanish American Colonial Art from the Ground Up

Serie Reyes y Profetas de Israe / Marcos Zapata

Art history is sometimes imagined as a discipline of solitary scholars, not unlike King Solomon as depicted in this Viceregal painting by Marcos Zapata: alone in a study, poring over texts, and waiting for the moment of inspiration (perhaps divine?)… More»

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      Today is the Feast Day of St. Gabriel, aka the Archangel that brought Mary the news of her pregnancy.

      He’s also the patron saint of messengers and communications workers. 

      The Annunciation, about 1240, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      The Annunciation, about 1660-1665, Godfried Schalcken. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Bust of an Angel, 1609, Hendrick Goltzius. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      The Annunciation, about 1025 - 1050, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      09/29/14

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