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J. Paul Getty Museum
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Copies of Greco-Roman statuary such as Cipriani's Faun were popular "souvenirs" in 18th c. #MuseumWeek #souvenirsMW pic.twitter.com/9PCctWEfbZ
Sculptor Rombout Verhulst conveyed motion & spontaneity through figure's twisted head, furrowed brow + pursed lips pic.twitter.com/V1Iu2BZZWy
Of all the things that I love about this bed, it is the feathers that I love most @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/gWdZxRqcOs
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Intuitive, devoted + sensitive Pisces (fish) from medieval calendars #zodiac pic.twitter.com/TTqupAUPVs
Lions' den, Rudolf von Ems, Weltchronik, Regensburg ca. 1400-1410 (LA, Getty, Ms. 33, fol. 214r) @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/R0OacvJsSC
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Author Lewis Carroll is also known for his photographs of children. Young Girl Holding a Basket, 1876 pic.twitter.com/3kWI2Yh3dk
Creation of the Sun and the Moon, Bible Historiale, France ca.1360-1370 (LA, Getty, Ms. 1, v1, f. 5r) @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/Vy4pOegtbW
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Happy first day of spring! Spring, Édouard Manet, 1881 bit.ly/1BXHjzM pic.twitter.com/ZTeUL0QnQG
Move your bones, Vita Christi, England 15th century (LA, Getty Museum, Ms. 101, fol. 103r) @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/QmElytoQKD
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Stunning show at the Getty Villa "Dangerous Perfection: Funerary Vases from Southern Italy." #travel @GettyMuseum pic.twitter.com/HYfZzvOcR3
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Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Hans Hoffmann hare nibbles good luck shamrock bit.ly/1GPCJ7v pic.twitter.com/k5a8EfNzmy
The planet #Jupiter as a bishop on horseback, 15th-century manuscript, Germany, via the @GettyMuseum. #history pic.twitter.com/0Z2NPlJW0c
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Rock crystal candelabra were often placed on tall stands to throw the light farther around the room. French, ca. 1730 pic.twitter.com/SkQjn6CpTo