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#familyMW Kourtney Roy @LE_BAL_ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/268316090273933397/ … via @_omr …

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#familyMW Kourtney Roy @LE_BAL_ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/268316090273933397/ … via @_omr …

Ramón Masats - Museo del Prado (Madrid) 1961.

Ramón Masats - Museo del Prado (Madrid) 1961.

Le retour de la Victoire de Samothrace @MuseeLouvre en 1945 (photo Pierre Jahan 1909-2003)

Le retour de la Victoire de Samothrace @MuseeLouvre en 1945 (photo Pierre Jahan 1909-2003)

BOUTS, Dieric the Elder (b. ca. 1415, Haarlem, d. 1475, Leuven)  Click!	 Triptych of the Virgin  c. 1445 Oil on wood, 80 x 224 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid  The earliest works to have been attributed to Bouts are the three panels of the Triptych of the Virgin, in the Prado in Madrid, and various versions of the Virgin and Child. These paintings are very close in style to Rogier Van der Weyden, sometimes so close as to be virtually undistinguishable. The Prado panels set the main composition…

BOUTS, Dieric the Elder (b. ca. 1415, Haarlem, d. 1475, Leuven) Click! Triptych of the Virgin c. 1445 Oil on wood, 80 x 224 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid The earliest works to have been attributed to Bouts are the three panels of the Triptych of the Virgin, in the Prado in Madrid, and various versions of the Virgin and Child. These paintings are very close in style to Rogier Van der Weyden, sometimes so close as to be virtually undistinguishable. The Prado panels set the main composition…

Daydreaming..  Photo by: Stols Dan

Daydreaming.. Photo by: Stols Dan

saint sébastien du pérugin au louvre-lens

saint sébastien du pérugin au louvre-lens

Primer panel de la "Puerta del paraíso" (creación del mundo y expulsión del Paraíso) de Ghilberti

Primer panel de la "Puerta del paraíso" (creación del mundo y expulsión del Paraíso) de Ghilberti

#TBT: Art Institute employees find their #museumdoppelgangers, 1934.  https://twitter.com/artinstitutechi/status/598934273085812738 /via @fa

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#TBT: Art Institute employees find their #museumdoppelgangers, 1934. https://twitter.com/artinstitutechi/status/598934273085812738 /via @fa