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J. Paul Getty Museum
Why do ancient bronze sculptures come in so many colors? bit.ly/1NNwQ1B #PowerandPathos
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A synoptic history: Cleopatra dies, encircled by the battle of Actium. Italy 1620 @GettyMuseum getty.edu/art/collection…
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After their defeat at Actium #onthisday in 31 B.C., Cleopatra & Antony committed suicide bit.ly/1KqEbhh
Rubens ptd. the meeting of King Ferdinand III & Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand #onthisday in 1634 bit.ly/1KXuqr5
A hidden Rembrandt has been digitally reconstructed in color bit.ly/1Eue1NC via @GettyMuseum @GCIConservation
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300 years ago today, #LouisXIV breathed his last. 14 perspectives on his artistic legacy: bit.ly/1N60xuB
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::rings giant bell on Twitter:: HEY! IT'S THE LAST DAY OF OUR SUMMER SALE! Prep accordingly. bitly.com/UcEZ6S
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Caligula & Commodus, 2 brutal Roman emperors, have birthdays today bit.ly/1X6dSX8 & bit.ly/1UhZI6c
Cheesecake Petit Fours topped with caramel popcorn, could the @GettyMuseum restaurant be any better?
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Jacques-Louis David, who was born #otd in 1748, ptd. this portrait of Suzanne Le Peletier bit.ly/1F9C3Zt
Tour the Versailles of 1712 through this amazingly detailed print bit.ly/1ftsvl7 #SunKingSunday
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Gustave Le Gray pioneered the use of the paper negative in France. He was born #otd in 1820. bit.ly/1UmcZp6
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME TO THE GETTY MUSEUM THE HOMETOWN LOVE WAS FELT 🔰o
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"A nation that has no music and no fairytales is a tragedy." Happy birthday, @aiww! ow.ly/RvxEG
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Doris Ulmann worked to preserve rural cultures of the southeastern US, she died #otd in 1934 bit.ly/1VisNLW
Titian's loose, energetic brushstrokes create a sense of spontaneity. He died #otd in 1576 bit.ly/1Vevcaq
A drunk King Ahasuerus spills wine on his lap. Artist Aert de Gelder died #otd in 1727. bit.ly/1LyvZyi




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