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Lament for Icarus :: Herbert James Draper

Lament for Icarus :: Herbert James Draper - nu art in mythology painting
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Herbert James Draper (1863-1920) Lament for Icarus

Oil on canvas Private collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 23.03.2010



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Lucie

June 23, 2014


After reading the title of this post, I knew I had to read on, Eugene. I just reetncly attended a funeral myself, that of my best friends sister who succumbed to cancer after a short six month battle. Unlike the lack of closeness with you and your girlfriends grandmother, I knew her very well and I am very close to her three daughters. It was hard to accept the fact that just a few months ago, she was so full of life and energy. She loved to run and play badminton with her husband. Nothing could [Expand]

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WuDong
User Rating: 585
April 24, 2015


baguettes ...

When properly framed paintings can be beneficial to emphasize the dignity of work. Renaissance artists knowingly paid much attention frames for pictures. Baguettes picture (buy was difficult enough) becomes a separate artwork. But before you buy a baguette, you should know that it has not only the function of registration of works of art. Baguettes for pictures and have a practical purpose - they protect the painting from destruction. Modern Workshop (Framing) - a place where produce [Expand]

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