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Noa by Jacky Stappers

Attributed to Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-1873): Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar (von Preußen). c. 1873. (detail)

Amore e Psiche

L'Altare della Patria ~ Rome

Girl with Parasol...by Martha Walther

John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent: The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit

"Las hijas de Edward Darley Boit "de John singer Sargent

Salome

Leopold Schmutzler (1864 - 1941, Czech-born German)

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The "Historical Correction" series has been shown in galleries and museums in Santa Barbara, California, and Bangkok, Thailand.

Flemish-style portraits question race, equality - CNN.com

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In another series, Helfman photographed boys wearing dresses, inviting the audience to speculate about who and what they were viewing.

Flemish-style portraits question race, equality - CNN.com

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Centuries ago, this style of portrait was strictly for the European elite -- not people of color.

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A woman poses in 17th-century clothing as part of Maxine Helfman's photo series "Historical Correction." Helfman shot the series in 2012, posing black subjects to look like old Flemish paintings.

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Sandra Suy

Seo Young Deok's Incredible Chain Sculptures

Seo Young Deok's Incredible Chain Sculptures | Yatzer

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Maxfield Parrish, Sleeping Beauty, 1912

St. Francis of Assisi

Portrait of a Girl by KiraTheArtist on DeviantArt

Portrait of a Girl by KiraTheArtist on DeviantArt

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Furia Portrait by Maxa-art on DeviantArt

Furia Portrait by Maxa-art on DeviantArt

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Mary Quite Contrary

Siyabonga Moringe With Aunk khems maat.

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princesses luise and friederike of prussia, johann gottfried schadow

Bronze statuette of a veiled and masked dancer. Greek, 3rd–2nd century B.C.

Yeong-Deok Seo