About: Tahnee Cracchiola

I'm a photographer at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa.

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A Tribute to Rough Fingers and Soft Hearts

Tahnee Cracchiola and Efrain Perez

A tribute to the incredibly talented men (and woman!) of the Getty Villa’s grounds and gardens crew. More»

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A Young Buck on a November Morning

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I spoke to him quietly: “I’m not here to hurt you, my friend. I just want to take your picture to share with the world how beautiful you are.” More»

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The Transformative Outer Peristyle

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Stunning by day, by night, at sunrise and at sunset, the Outer Peristyle at the Getty Villa is also a backdrop from a dramatic duck love story. More»

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The Waltz of the Hummingbirds

Tahnee Cracchiola © 2009 J. Paul Getty Trust

Waltzing hummingbirds captured in a fleeting second by accident. Nature’s surprises sure do deliver beautiful photographs. More»

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Getty Voices: Getty Gone Wild

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Photographic encounters with deer, birds, butterflies, and other wildlife of the Getty.
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      Gauguin’s Monotypes

      Gauguin is known for his paintings, but also was a skilled maker of the traced monotype. The pencil drawing shows the marks and gestures that Gauguin used to produce the monotype which evokes the erotic dreamscapes that characterize so much of his later work.

      Does the head look familiar? Maybe you’ve seen this horned figure before?

      See more of Gauguin’s monotypes for free from the @philamuseum here, made available through the Getty Research Portal.


      This week’s pick from the Getty Research Portal, a one-stop shop for public domain art history books.

      02/12/16

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