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vwlovers.co.uk Video 2018-03-26 20:27

3 more new products. Love the detail on the tin nice size to. £10.95 posted the Goodyear metal card £4.49 posted. 20x30cm 5th beetle metal sign £11.95 posted.

Photos from vwlovers.co.uk's post - vwlovers.co.uk 2018-01-06 12:45

Just want say how pleased I am with my mini surf board from Dubtastic Designs Mini Surfboards their service, quality and art work is amazing. Can't wait to get it hung up in my beetle. It's going to look amazing. Check them out https://www.facebook.com/dubtasticdedigns/

vwlovers.co.uk Video 2017-11-28 20:40

We've got a few of these awesome toaster. And I'm feeling generous. Price droped to £47 and I'm throwing in a set of coasters. Free postage. They feature 2 slice retro looking, multi-functional toaster. Made from stainless steel
With Defrost, reheat, bagal and browning control. Message o...

Items in VW Lovers shop on eBay. - vwlovers.co.uk 2017-11-17 13:55

its nearly the end of November and we are getting in a festive mood . We have 5% discount on everything in our ebay shop this weekend (if ive set it up correct) from today 5pm to Monday 8am click the link to go to our shop http://stores.ebay.co.uk/present-company

vwlovers.co.uk Photo 2017-11-15 20:31

Really like our latest metal sign. 40cm long x 30cm high. Vintage look sign. The VW logo is worn looking with rusty looking edges. £14.95 with free delivery.
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National Gallery Photo 2018-04-19 13:40

Canaletto died #OnThisDay in 1768. He was very influential, favoured by English collectors and was famous for his precise depiction and evocative views of the city. Canaletto often made meticulous preparatory drawings. He may have used a camera obscura for topographical accuracy in creating some of his designs, but he always remained concerned with satisfying compositional design, not simply slavishly recording views. His 'London: Interior of the Rotunda at Ranelagh' in Room 38 shows this extreme precision: http://bit.ly/2GSNblt

National Gallery of Art Photo 2018-04-18 16:16

Something is not quite right in Edward Hopper’s "Cape Cod Evening." The two figures in the painting stand apart from one another and do not interact. As dusk turns to night, one of the blue-green trees in the forest is beginning to encroach on the house. Tall grass threatens to overtake the front steps. The collie, ignoring the man’s call, stands alert to something just outside the painted scene. According to notes made by the artist’s wife, Josephine Nivison Hopper, this work was originally intended to be titled "Whippoorwill" after the nocturnal bird known for its distinctive song. Does knowing the original title help explain some aspects of the painting? Edward Hopper, "Cape Cod Evening," 1939, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, John Hay Whitney Collection