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City Art Photo 2014-01-28 10:24

The new innovative product of Graphic Art.
Easy´er than IKEA!!

Step 1 - Gather the solid aluframe with 16 screws
Step 2 - Slide the picture in the slide very easy
Step 3 - You kan change the picture on the alu frame anytime.

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American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-12-11 00:24

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Monochrome: Painting in Black and White | National Gallery

Monochrome: Painting in Black and White | National Gallery: To celebrate the Heritage Lottery Fund's support of the arts, we are participating in the The National Lottery's ‘thank you’ campaign. From 11 to 17 December 2017, National Lottery players can enjoy a range of 'Monochrome' treats, including 2-for-1 tickets to 'Monochrome: Painting in Black and White', 2-for-1 on the Monochrome cocktail in the National Café, and a £10 exhibition catalogue (usually £19.95). Terms and conditions apply, find out more here:

National Gallery of Art Photo 2017-12-10 17:30

Artist Wayne Thiebaud is interested in realism. By 1960 Thiebaud had developed a distinctive visual vocabulary centered around food. His work incorporates items often regarded as popular symbols of American mass consumption. When his paintings of pies, hot dogs, and gumball machines were first exhibited in 1962, they received wide critical acclaim. They were considered indictments of America's shallow consumer culture. Yet Thiebaud has always disputed this interpretation. He maintains that his subjects are born of nostalgia rather than contempt. If you were feeling nostalgic, what objects from your childhood might you paint a picture of? Wayne Thiebaud, "Cakes," 1963, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art from the Collectors Committee, the 50th Anniversary Gift Committee, and The Circle, with Additional Support from the Abrams Family in Memory of Harry N. Abrams