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Istanbul, 28 May, woman in a red dress Ceyda Sungur, being sprayed with tear gas - focal image of the unrest in Turkey

Istanbul, 28 May, woman in a red dress Ceyda Sungur, being sprayed with tear gas - focal image of the unrest in Turkey

Shortly before his death, the Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi donated his studio and all of its contents to the French government on the condition that they reconstruct his studio as part of the Musée National d'Art Moderne. Honouring his wishes, his recreated studio, which includes various cast of his sculptures as well as tools, photographs and other objects, is on display at the Centre Georges Pompidou.

Shortly before his death, the Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi donated his studio and all of its contents to the French government on the condition that they reconstruct his studio as part of the Musée National d'Art Moderne. Honouring his wishes, his recreated studio, which includes various cast of his sculptures as well as tools, photographs and other objects, is on display at the Centre Georges Pompidou.

Bronzino, Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence (1510-1537), called 'il Moro' the Moor, the Illegitimate son of Lorenzo II de'Medici and (it is thought) a servant woman of African descent identified in documents as Simonetta da Collevecchio. Alessandro was murdered by his cousin.

Bronzino, Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence (1510-1537), called 'il Moro' the Moor, the Illegitimate son of Lorenzo II de'Medici and (it is thought) a servant woman of African descent identified in documents as Simonetta da Collevecchio. Alessandro was murdered by his cousin.

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