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Women Painters of the World: from the time of Caterina Vigri to Rosa Bonheur (1905) | The Public Domain Review

An idea I'm currently working on is the Reference Bullet Journal although perhaps it should be called the 2017 Reference Bullet Journal. It's a notebook meant to serve me over the course of the year alongside my everyday Bullet Journal. I'll add in various collections I'll be referencing over the year that I would rather not migrate from notebook to notebook throughout the year because I go through Bullet Journals really fast. This is not something I would recommend everyone or even newbies…

Une série de photographies très rares sur les Samouraï du Japon au 19e siècle, prises entre 1863 et 1900. Ces photographies vintage colorisées à la main

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Medieval Fragments - Blog for the Project “Turning Over a New Leaf: Manuscript Innovation in the Twelfth Century”

The forgotten history of black artists is going to be uncovered

Hundreds of works by black artists held in British public collections are to be catalogued for the first time in an attempt to uncover the hidden story of their powerful influence on 20th-Century art. A team of artists and researchers will spend the next three years trawling museums and galleries for work by artists of African or Asian descent to piece together the forgotten history of how they worked alongside - and inspired - household names from Marcel Duchamp to Barbara Hepworth.

Guido D'Arezzo invented the solfage system to teach other monks how to sing. Those syllables come from the first syllable of each line of the first stanza of the Hymn to St. John.

A Nearly Forgotten History: Women Deacons in the Armenian Church | St. Phoebe Center Armenian nun-deaconesses in New Julfa–the Armenian quarter of Isfahan, Iran, located along the south bank of the river Zayandeh River.