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Lénia Fernandes
Lénia Fernandes
Lénia Fernandes

Lénia Fernandes

CULTURE enthusiast -photography, music, film, tv, books, museums, history,anything!

#Daruma - a Japanese New Year's tradition! Color in one of Daruma's eyes when you make your New Year's wish or resolution and color in the other when it comes true! #japanese #newyear

You simply paint on the surface with water, and your creation will come to life in bold designs! As the water evaporates, your art will disappear, leaving you with a clean slate, ready to create a new masterpiece. Includes board, bamboo brush, water dish, drop pad and instructions. $36.95. Available through the Dayton Art Institute Museum Store at www.daytonartinst....

MAORI, NEW ZEALANDS Due to centuries of isolation from the rest of the world, the Maori established a distinct society with characteristic art, a separate language and unique mythology.

Collections of #Quotes, Life Quotes, #Love Quotes, Inspirational Quotes – “Date Your Love – Quotes”

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French, 1827–1875). Ugolino and His Sons, 1865–67. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Josephine Bay Paul and C. Michael Paul Foundation Inc. Gift, Charles Ulrick and Josephine Bay Foundation Inc. Gift, and Fletcher Fund, 1967 (67.250) | Carpeaux's visionary statue reflects his passionate reverence for Michelangelo, as well as his own painstaking concern with anatomical realism. Watch videos and listen to an audio clip about this work. #MetViewpoints

photos of civil war soldiers | Black Soldier in the Civil War

Lovely Literary Art Prints featuring quotes By Famous Authors by Evan Robertson

The lovely portrait above, courtesy of the Maine Historical Society, is a daguerreotype made in the year 1852. As such, it clocks in a bit after the contenders for the first photographs ever taken. Yet Hayer himself, born in 1749, was older than his contemporary photographic subjects, and is considered to be the first photo model ever born, making him... the earliest born person ever photographed.

A tree’s revenge…