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Aiming Points on the Body / Fiore dei Liberi, Fior di Battaglia
Aiming Points on the Body (detail), from Fiore dei Liberi, Fior di Battaglia, possibly Venice or Padua, ca. 1410. Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment, 11 x 8 1/8 in. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Ms. Ludwig XV 13, fol. 32

Fight like it’s 1410 with this zesty combat manuscript, free to download via the new Open Content Program. More»

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Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come

The Getty announces its new Open Content Program

A new commitment to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible. More»

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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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Getty Voices: The 30-Second Look

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How do you teach students to look—really look—at art? From the classroom to the gallery, longer looking leads to better learning. More»

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Artists Reinventing the Museum, A Google Art Talk with Sam Durant

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Artists are helping museums transform themselves for the 21st century. A conversation. More»

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Getty Voices: “I like art. Now what?”

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How do you make a career in the arts? Ask a question and get an answer this week as Getty Voices talks careers. More»

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Time to Focus: Community Photoworks 2013

Student photo by Jesus Martinez
Photo by student Jesus Martinez

“I learned not to rush taking the picture, to capture the moment when you think it’s ready.” More»

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What #isamuseum? Artist Sam Durant Has 5 Questions for You

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Artist Sam Durant

What #isamuseum? More»

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Also posted in Ancient World, Antiquities, Getty Villa, Voices

Getty Voices: Digging the Sacred

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Engraved gem with snake-legged creature, Unknown, Roman, 200 - 400 A.D., The J. Paul Getty Museum.

“I can really appreciate the ancient system where borrowing, amalgamating, and generally mixing it up was perfectly acceptable.” More»

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Six Questions for Art Detective Victoria Reed

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What does a provenance researcher do? And how does she do it? More»

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      September, the month to harvest grapes, isn’t just for the modern Virgo.

      Libras and Scorpios are in on the labors of plowing and sowing fun for the month. Since the Middle Ages the zodiac symbols have shifted with changes in the months of the calendar. 

      Zodiacal Sign of Virgo, about 1170s, Unknown. German, Hildesheim. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Woman Harvesting Grapes; Zodiacal Sign of a Libra
      A Man Treading Grapes; Zodiacal Sign of Libra, early 1460s, Workshop of Willem Vrelant. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Plowing and Sowing; Zodiacal Sign of Scorpio, 1510-1520, Workshop of Master of James IV of Scotland. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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