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J. Paul Getty Museum
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Hunting dogs, Gaston Phoebus, Livre de la Chasse, Brittany ca. 1430-1440 (LA, Getty, Ms. 27, fol. 30r) @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/UPEBfojnC6
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Vincennes porcelain watering can was probably used indoors for watering plants bit.ly/1vW19X6 pic.twitter.com/2LqKKXnx2c
Young Girl Holding a Basket, Lewis Carroll, 1876: bit.ly/1vRaS0X pic.twitter.com/SWeuoQeqhx
Happy Chinese New Year of the Ram/Sheep/Goat! Greek vase in the shape of a ram, 640-625 B.C.: bit.ly/17xAXvE pic.twitter.com/WZHIGrwo3H
Wee, sleeket, cowran, tim’rous beastie, O, what a panic’s in thy breastie! —Robert Burns, from 'To a Mouse' pic.twitter.com/hROmeMP9eN
Europa, elegantly robed, rides side-saddle. Scylla and Triton attend. From Paestum, signed Asteas, 340BC @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/URiojiAbu3
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Dolls were common throughout the ancient Mediterranean world & always represent adult women bit.ly/19sTISB pic.twitter.com/frgWxHTJJf
Playing at quintain - same artist, two books. Getty Ludwig IX 2 and CUL Dd.5.5 pic.twitter.com/VJrLzzuTdM
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In 19th-c Germanic world, drawing was essential expression of spirit of the age, or Zeitgeist bit.ly/1KL7HQV pic.twitter.com/HV1plEdh18
Vestal Virgins were consecrated to Roman goddess Vesta & expected to emulate her purity & chastity pic.twitter.com/4VlAbSDmP3
Our Open Content Program now has nearly 100,000 images, free for download and use bit.ly/GettyOpen pic.twitter.com/0Ccm1dBzEl
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Bronze mirror with head of Medusa, ca. 500 BC, via @GettyMuseum, still impressed by ancient Greek sense of irony :) pic.twitter.com/8ElzCz1gyH
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