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October gave a party The leaves by hundreds came The chestnuts, oaks & maples & leaves of every name -G Cooper 1897 pic.twitter.com/tluURbZcal
Birthday of American breakfast king CW Post! pic.twitter.com/mHR8PTsM5h
Exhibition @ Getty Center celebrates flourishing of artistic culture during age of Rubens bit.ly/1nyJq9m pic.twitter.com/o917GM8ecn
Eternity. It is the sea Gone with the sun. -Arthur Rimbaud #GustaveLeGray pic.twitter.com/q9Fw7HhEFh
Happy fall! Camille Pissarro uses jagged daubs of paint to suggest leaves in his view of the French countryside pic.twitter.com/RBPIn5Jcjr
Three reasons to love Marie Antoinette (and they are all beautiful objects in our collection!) bit.ly/1qIfofb pic.twitter.com/Jd1JnZraMF
Our graduate internship program is now accepting applications for 2015-2016! bit.ly/1sCp4w8 Deadline is Dec 1
Take a peek behind the scenes of Spectacular Rubens show @ Getty Center, opens today! bit.ly/1vr6UQi
Happy feast day St. Denis! After martyrdom carried his own head pic.twitter.com/57elkTqB3S
Had fun going to the Getty Museum this weekend. Also had fun making this meme about my life. #inspiration #funnymeme fb.me/3YU7Mx4v3
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A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy? ―Albert Einstein pic.twitter.com/99j3apDhCH
#ThisJustIn: Chris Killip photographs 'the sublime in the everyday' bit.ly/1CHzUnT pic.twitter.com/E0PgQsUfxX
St. Jerome's Day! Patron of those who study scripture is depicted with lion from whose paw he had withdrawn a thorn pic.twitter.com/tXNwaszzMu
Feast day of St. Michael! Patron of Christians, Christian soldiers, policemen, fencers & all professions using scales pic.twitter.com/YyVoe9ahhq
Creative, easygoing + charming Libra (scales), as depicted in medieval calendars pic.twitter.com/CgpIvmsik9
Feast day of St. Maurice! Third-century soldier is depicted w St. Theofredus in a choir book: pic.twitter.com/HA6G2iuhkl
Thanks for joining us for World #AskACurator Day! As always, feel free to ask us questions anytime on Twitter :)
Before I sign off--sword fighting! medieval theater! coats of arms! @ FREE Middle Ages family festival this Sat bit.ly/1yi17yx
Beth Morrison now on deck for #AskACurator day. Knows about Medieval manuscripts, especially French & Flemish pic.twitter.com/tknkLLBN4w
What is your favorite Turner painting? #ACuratorAsks cc @SarahScottGould
Joining us for #AskACurator Day: Julian Brooks. Knows Italian Renaissance & Baroque drawings + British watercolors pic.twitter.com/JIVe9iHP1k
Now up for #AskACurator Day: Karen Hellman. Knows 19th-century European photography pic.twitter.com/KSPYmVgb26
Next up for #AskACurator Day: John Tain. Knows all about: 20th & 21st-century art. John (on left) w Allen Ruppersberg pic.twitter.com/kxtWkeCJEc
It's #AskACurator Day! First up, curator Ken Lapatin. Knows all about: ancient Greek & Roman art + archaeology pic.twitter.com/8YWnO4qBNP
What have you always wanted to know? It's World #AskaCurator Day on Wed, join the fun! bit.ly/1wx4jEH pic.twitter.com/naXgYschMu
Last day swallows are seen before migrating for winter. -Dove, 1664 almanac (Speculum anni) Swallow, about 1270 pic.twitter.com/WV3wV3mreh
Happy Bday Mary! Birth of Virgin was important feast in Middle Ages, this image precedes prayers for mass on that day pic.twitter.com/Vl9O1DO6Nl
Happy Birthday Caspar David Friedrich! German Romantic artist aimed to create Christian art based in nature pic.twitter.com/YGPAolMIu5
Intense, analytical, intelligent + problem-solving Virgo (virgin), as depicted in medieval calendars #zodiac pic.twitter.com/7u8ilk2TBc
September blowe soft, Till fruite be in loft. Forgotten, month past, Doe now at the last. —T. Tusser pic.twitter.com/ON3ONQyEjj
Feast day of St. Fiacre! Invoked against various physical ills, he's also patron saint of gardeners & cab drivers pic.twitter.com/FtRixVddA5
Dedication day of the temple of the Sun + Moon in ancient Rome. In the late empire, games were held in their honor. pic.twitter.com/evOy1sEeBh
Today in 1609 Galileo demonstrated his 1st telescope to Venetian lawmakers. French stereoscope of telescope, ca 1855 pic.twitter.com/BVW3GpzNlH
Feast day of St. Bartholomew! According to tradition he was flayed alive and hence is portrayed with a knife. pic.twitter.com/MZGAjZdH2p
@GettyMuseum names Davide Gasparotto, Galleria Estense (Modena), & Jeffrey Spier, Univ. AZ, as senior curators of paintings & antiquities
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Feast day of Bernard of Clairvaux! Said to have drafted rules of the medieval miliary order Knights of Templar pic.twitter.com/kYPuMaXX8S
Happy Vinalia Rustica! Held today in ancient Rome to celebrate the grape harvest pic.twitter.com/vUyMZwI7ga
#SeparatedAtBirth Man Ray: Mona Lisa as seen by Duchamp + Rrose Sélavy (Marcel Duchamp) © Man Ray Trust ARS-ADAGP pic.twitter.com/ldJO4ie5sj
Feast of the Assumption. Assumption of the Virgin, Master of James IV of Scotland, about 1510-20 pic.twitter.com/JUkC51tSEj
MT @photographmag: @GettyMuseum curator Paul Martineau talks to @TylerGreenDC about photographer Minor White bit.ly/1unvS2o
Today in ancient Rome, the goddess Diana was worshipped. Diana & Her Nymphs Bathing, Jean-François de Troy, 1722-24 pic.twitter.com/9TBGiyz5O6
Birthday of Pope + Saint Innocent XI. Ca. 1676 Carlo Maratti drawing of Faith & Justice was made in his honor pic.twitter.com/gSplJ0fVzB
Bishop cat with his dog flock for #WorldCatDay! German, 15th century pic.twitter.com/fnHRjnIpj6