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John Shelley: work-in-progress pen & ink spread from 'Stone Giant' before colouring.

John Shelley: work-in-progress pen & ink spread from 'Stone Giant' before colouring.

Donald Trump does SO have a plan for his foreign policy - The Washington Post

Donald Trump does SO have a plan for his foreign policy

Donald Trump does SO have a plan for his foreign policy - The Washington Post

Bristol 24/7 - News and Comment | Features | Bristicles | 22 things you didn't know about Castle Park

Bristol 24/7 - News and Comment | Features | Bristicles | 22 things you didn't know about Castle Park

Mona bleeds Yankee blue too!!!

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Artist	 Francesco del Cossa (1436–1487)  Title	  The Triumph of Minerva: March, from the Room of the Months, detail of the weavers, c.1467-70, by Francesco del Cossa Date	1467-1470 Medium	fresco Current location	 Deutsch: Palazzo Schifanoia (Ferrara)

Artist Francesco del Cossa (1436–1487) Title The Triumph of Minerva: March, from the Room of the Months, detail of the weavers, c.1467-70, by Francesco del Cossa Date 1467-1470 Medium fresco Current location Deutsch: Palazzo Schifanoia (Ferrara)

John Shelley: work-in-progress pen & ink spread from 'Stone Giant' before colouring.

John Shelley: work-in-progress pen & ink spread from 'Stone Giant' before colouring.

John Shelley: from 'Stone Giant'

Illustrator Saturday – John Shelley

John Shelley: from 'Stone Giant'

Myra here. We are delighted to join the Nonfiction Picture Book meme 2016 hosted by Alyson Beecher @ Kid Lit Frenzy. We would also be linking our nonfiction choices with our reading themes througho…

Myra here. We are delighted to join the Nonfiction Picture Book meme 2016 hosted by Alyson Beecher @ Kid Lit Frenzy. We would also be linking our nonfiction choices with our reading themes througho…

John Shelley: from 'Stone Giant: Michelangelo's David and How He Came to Be'

John Shelley: from 'Stone Giant: Michelangelo's David and How He Came to Be'

Carlo Crivelli, 1476; St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel.

Carlo Crivelli, 1476; St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel.

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