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@IamNathalieDoremieux and I had a great convo and you really don't wanna miss it ;) just sayin'... xoxo

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GUN OF THE DAY - Relic Sharps Carbine Our relic GOTD was found long ago near Appomattox Court House in Virginia, an item discovered by a metal detector enthusiast checking out the remains of Confederate campsites. After the surrender in 1865, some former soldiers elected to destroy their arms and munitions rather than turn them over. The badly warped barrel of this .52 caliber Sharps breechloading was probably heated up in a fire and then wrapped around a nearby tree. #GunOfTheDay #NRAmuseums #history #guns

Photos from National Gallery's post - National Gallery 2017-10-18 11:00

See differently, and explore the visual power of black and white at our upcoming exhibition, 'Monochrome: Painting in Black and White'. Travel from the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance and into the 21st century, with artists such as Rembrandt, Ingres, Bridget Riley, Olafur Eliasson and Gerhard Richter leading the way. Pre-book tickets online and save: http://bit.ly/2hJvfOz The exhibition opens on 30 October, when you can also join us for a free lunchtime talk with Monochrome curators, Jennifer Sliwka and Lelia Packer. The talk will also be live streamed via our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2yFT9BM

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