At a time when we would have been celebrating #Pride in London, we look at the work of trailblazing artist Rosa Bonheur for September's picture of the month: https://t.co/UEMrUhuUJj https://t.co/egGaf2WDQ2
Street photographers remind us that history isn’t just composed of monumental events, celebrities, and politicians, but of people like us. https://t.co/Ol1bGkpAst
A historic Missouri cave containing Native American art was auctioned off yesterday, September 15. The Osage Nation, which hoped to buy the sacred site to protect and preserve it, called the sale “truly heartbreaking.” https://t.co/WwxPbzXAOB
“Many famous artists, writers, cartoonists, actors and musicians have died from Covid, particularly those over the age of 60. We have counted 117 already in the arts, 43 of them painters, but I am sure there are more. It is a great loss for us all." https://t.co/4U0Hk9o4IU
📮 A painting on a postage stamp? 🤔 Paul Ackroyd introduces Thomas Lawrence's enormously popular work – the first-ever painting to feature on a British stamp: https://t.co/rIna2UvF5L This video is with thanks to @UKNikon, our Digital Content Partner. https://t.co/Q3RHHR9pXg
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