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New Report Visualizes Cultural History through “Big Data”

Birth to death migration in Europe, according to the Getty’s Union List of Artist Names, cumulated over all time to CE 2012. Blue dots indicate the births of notable individuals; red dots indicate deaths. © Maximilian Schich, 2014
Birth to death migration in Europe, according to the Getty’s Union List of Artist Names, cumulated over all time to CE 2012. Blue dots indicate the births of notable individuals; red dots indicate deaths. © Maximilian Schich, 2014

Using science to map art history. More»

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Life Before eBay: British Art Auctions at the End of the 18th Century

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A major new project traces the rise of the British art market in the late 1700s. More»

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The Future of Art Bibliography

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Today art historians and librarians from Europe and the United States are coming together at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art at “The Future of Art Bibliography in the 21st Century.” This meeting, funded by the Kress Foundation and organized… More»

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      Organic rolling hills and a big dreamy sky to complement a dazzling seascape by William A. Garnet. A flip through the book here.

      Now Reading: Landscape in Photographs
      Mood: Wanderlusting
      Where? Terrace by the Getty Research Institute

      #NowReading is a series with gettypubs that celebrates books, reading everywhere, and art. 

      08/28/14

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