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Disk Brooch Date: 7th century Culture: Frankish Medium: Gold, copper alloy, garnet and glass

UMBRELLAS - PALETTE KNIFE Oil Painting On Canvas By Leonid Afremov

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Artist: Antoine Cordet; Acrylic 2014 Painting "WHY YOUR BOOKS ARE ALIVE"

Saatchi Art Artist Antoine Cordet; Painting, "WHY YOUR BOOKS ARE ALIVE" #art

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Conrad Jon Godly

Powerful paint strokes capture the essence of mountains in these gorgeous artworks by Swiss painter Conrad Jon Godly

from the sketchbook of Joseph Mallord William (JMW) Turner (1775‑1851). The Burning of the Houses of Parliament, from the River From Burning of the Houses of Parliament (1) Sketchbook, 1834, Watercolour on paper. Click for more sketches of this work.

Ciara Bowles (Edinburgh College of Art 2012) has developed a unique way of creating surface texture and pattern, as demonstrated on this wonderfully tactile brooch. "My aim is to fascinate the viewers of my jewellery, to create objects whose aesthetics and tactility are exciting, compelling them to take a closer look. "Colour, pattern, material and scale are what excites me, colour being the most important medium of all.

Masked Figure Pendant Date: 10th–16th century Geography: Colombia Culture: Tairona Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. 5 1/4 x W. 5 3/4 in. (13.3 x 16.6 cm) Classification: Metal-Ornaments