"Les vies des femmes célèbres", an illuminated manuscript with the lives of 91 historical and mythical women, made a book suitable for a true female leader
With the source's originality being questionable, the story says a lot about archaeological material management as well as heritage journalism.
In Early Events (1996-2000), Liliane Lijn brings to Summerhall’s 2017 Festival five narrative sculptures, exhibited together for the first time in the UK, that form part of a series in which the artist examines her psyche. Like shards of brilliant ...
All nature, as it is in itself, consists of two things: there are bodies and there is void in which these bodies are and through which they move. Lucretius, Der Rerum Natura, (c. 50 BCE), Book I, 418-421
Watch this multimedia feature of the Louvre to take a closer look at this masterful composition.
Rembrandt's Night Watch in Real Life.
Research comes out of the lab...
What was Indy's original (and deeply dull) surname?