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2014/09/29 21:09
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Governatorato dello Stato della Città del Vaticano via Osram When Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, he did so, for the most part, using the light of the sun that streamed...
2014/09/29 21:09
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2014/09/27 23:51
2014/09/27 23:51
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Feminist Germaine Greer launches scathing attack on Royals for 'too thin' Kate FEMINIST Germaine Greer has launched an extraordinary attack on the Royal Family, accusing them of crushing the Duchess...
2014/09/27 01:46
2014/09/27 01:46
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Scenes from the opening night of the play Equus at Repertory Lane. The day's news as seen through the eyes of The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist David Pope. The ACT Comets took on the...
2014/09/26 16:21
2014/09/26 16:21
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Dame Maggie Smith, David Bowie and Laurence Olivier as you've never seen them: Lord Snowdon photography exhibition opens in London today A portrait of Downton Abbey star Dame Maggie Smith taken by...
2014/09/26 15:12
2014/09/26 15:12
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NEW FILMS The Equalizer (M): Mysterious McCall (Denzel Washington) comes out of his self-imposed retirement to help Teri (Chloe Grace Moretz), a young girl under the control of Russian gangsters,...
2014/09/25 14:09
2014/09/25 14:09
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The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, the last of the Mitford sisters, has died at the age of 94. The Duchess, known as Debo to family and friends, was the youngest of the colourful Mitford sisters and...
2014/09/25 06:26
2014/09/25 06:26
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National Gallery of Australia: Lake Burley Griffin gives contemporary art new home The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has a new, albeit temporary, home for its growing collection of contemporary...
2014/09/23 17:03
2014/09/23 17:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre is launching its 39th season with Anne Nelson's poignant 9/11 drama, "The Guys." The two-hander revolves around Joan (Andrea Kelly), a...
2014/09/22 10:01
2014/09/22 10:01
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The Hay Wain, John Constable 1821 © The National Gallery, London 2014 Self-portrait by John Constable. John Constable c.1799-1804 © National Portrait Gallery, London Watermeadows near Salisbury, John...
2014/09/19 12:46
2014/09/19 12:46
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Colour music: Artist David Sequeira and his work "Symphonic poem". Photo: Melissa Adams David Sequeira can remember the precise moment that he became obsessed with colour. He was six, and...
2014/09/19 01:19
2014/09/19 01:19
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... Neighborhood Tour” by Michael Vasquez. (Collection of Evan and Stephanie Reed) “Staging the self” is an annoying phrase, and an unfortunate title for an otherwise excellent exhibition devoted to...
2014/09/18 20:58
2014/09/18 20:58
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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Art and artifacts from Oklahoma City's National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum can now be viewed online. The museum has joined more than 500 others, including the Smithsonian's...
2014/09/17 12:42
2014/09/17 12:42
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Twenty years ago, studying business abroad was only for the adventurous or the downright quirky. Today, it’s increasingly commonplace. Why? Because employers of all sizes are now searching for – and...
2014/09/16 22:37
2014/09/16 22:37
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This summer 562,622 people visited the exhibition (exact figures of how many suggested that their children could have been responsible for them remain unclear, although it appeared to be a common...
2014/09/15 17:56
2014/09/15 17:56
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Rodriguez-Gerada told the Washington Post: “It kind of has a Zen garden feeling as people walk through it and think, ‘Am I by the eye?’ ‘Is this the nostril?’ … It’s a different way of trying to find...
2014/09/15 16:42
2014/09/15 16:42
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The African Choir were a group of young South African singers that toured Britain between 1891 and 1893. They were formed to raise funds for a Christian school in their home country and performed for...
2014/09/15 12:37
2014/09/15 12:37
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The British fashion talent was captured in her London garden, amid roses and other foliage, by German artist and photographer Juergen Teller. The four-foot high, almost full-length image has gone on...
2014/09/15 12:09
2014/09/15 12:09
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The cut-outs have now been seen by an average of 3,901 visitors each day between April 17 and September 7 this year, making it the most popular exhibition in all of Tate’s history. The figure is...
2014/09/15 08:08
2014/09/15 08:08
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A portrait of King Edward. A hidden painting of Queen Elizabeth I and an 18th century insect have been uncovered by art experts preparing an exhibition of royal portraits. The portrait of the Queen...
2014/09/14 19:09
2014/09/14 19:09
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Sir Philip Dowson's plans for the library at Clare College, Cambridge Philip Henry Manning Dowson was born on August 16 1924 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Educated at Gresham’s School, Norfolk, he...
2014/09/29 21:09
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