The greatest romance of the 19th century, captured on camera. More»
“First, ever so lightly, I take a little flesh-colored pigment and add a bit of color to his face,” said Luther Gerlach as he glided his brush over an old photograph of a boy clutching a hat. “Then let’s add… More»
Eye-to-eye with Medusa.
It’s safe to look into her eyes here, as this two-sided relief features her severed head. This was made with revived Renaissance lost-wax casting technique.
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Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.