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Cyril E. Power (English, 1872–1951), The Tube Train

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We had a power outage on Saturday which took us outside to enjoy the last bit of sunlight. What's a quilter to do, except sit and ...

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Esta imagen es pertinente como referente visual puesto que puede hacer semejanza a los hilos que unen el cuero de la pelota de béisbol y a su vez al trabajo en equipo

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1770-1780 French suit (detail) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - "This was male power dressing: the richer the silk fabrics and the more elaborate the silk embroidery, the more costly the clothing was, a walking demonstration of the owner's wealth and power as well as his taste. The light, bright colors would also have shown well in a room lit only by candles, and drawn attention to the wearer." Found via Two Nerdy History Girls.

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A field of flowers for all those affected by the recent tragedy at the 2013 Boston Marathon......:(....they're really beautiful flowers though....;)

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from Stanford University

Cantor Center’s 'Revolutionary Tides' examines the language of political posters

Russian Poster - Red http://news.stanford.edu/news/2005/november30/crowds-113005.html

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Sybil Andrews (English, 1898–1992), Speedway, 1934, Color linocut, Image: 32.7 x 23 cm (12 7/8 x 9 1/16 in.), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, P...

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U.S. Tourism: New York is another city on the tour. Having users be able to see the size of these cities should create powerful, resonating feelings.

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British Printmaking in the Early 20th Century as Influenced by Futurism. Cyril E. Power (English, 1872–1951), The Tube Train, about 1934, Color linocut, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Partial and Promised Gift of Johanna and Leslie Garfield, Courtesy EB Power & Osborne Samuel Ltd, London, Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Mary Button Durell's sculptures are made of tracing paper and wheat paste

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