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Eye Candy for Today: Girolamo dai Libri’s Madonna and Child with Saints.  Girolamo dai Libri (1474/1475 – July 2, 1555) was an Italian illuminator of manuscripts and painter of altarpieces, working in an early-Renaissance style.He was born and mainly active in Verona. His father was Francesco dai Libri, and was so named because he was an illuminator of books.

Eye Candy for Today: Girolamo dai Libri’s Madonna and Child with Saints. Girolamo dai Libri (1474/1475 – July 2, 1555) was an Italian illuminator of manuscripts and painter of altarpieces, working in an early-Renaissance style.He was born and mainly active in Verona. His father was Francesco dai Libri, and was so named because he was an illuminator of books.

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septagonstudios

Bill Cone

Bill Cone

The Art Of Animation, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

The Art Of Animation, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

Gurney Journey "Milkweeds" by Fidelia Bridges (1834-1923) watercolor and gouache on paper

Gurney Journey "Milkweeds" by Fidelia Bridges (1834-1923) watercolor and gouache on paper

Eye Candy for Today: Florence Rodway charcoal and chalk portrait | Lines and Colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts

Eye Candy for Today: Florence Rodway charcoal and chalk portrait | Lines and Colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts

''Mother and Sleeping Children'' (1919) from the Hunger series by Käthe Kollwitz, documenting life in Germany after World War I. During World War II, the Nazis decreed that her work could no longer be publicly exhibited.

''Mother and Sleeping Children'' (1919) from the Hunger series by Käthe Kollwitz, documenting life in Germany after World War I. During World War II, the Nazis decreed that her work could no longer be publicly exhibited.

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh - Oh ye, all ye that walk in Willowood

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh - Oh ye, all ye that walk in Willowood

by Michael Hague. Dragons like spindly trees and yellow skies. Dragons occasionally like wizards, but not always. This one looks friendly enough.

by Michael Hague. Dragons like spindly trees and yellow skies. Dragons occasionally like wizards, but not always. This one looks friendly enough.

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