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Lovely web site! Looking for a bio on Thomas Philips -- any suggestions? Many thanks, Jane
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Where are the paintinmgs of Bartolomeus van der Helst?
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Pat Kent, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you for a wonerful site. I hope you can keep it up for a long, long time. Would it be possible to find art works by title or by subject. I am looking for a painting of Joan of Arc in armor, but without her helmet on, that had a Pre-Raphaelite feel to it. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Again, Thanks. Cherie Hughes
Cherie Hughes, firstname.lastname@example.org
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I want to purchase a print of "The Penitent Magdalen" by Georges de la Tour. Where can I find such. Please help.
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Came across your site while looking for some info on a portrait I have of Martin Luther which at the bottom is printed "L.Cranach d.J., Dr.Martin Luther um 1540". Do you have any info of where I could look?
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I am looking for a Michelangelo to use as a screen saver, as I have on another computer, The Delphic Sybyl. However I am an artist and one of the classical ways we were taught anatomy was to draw and rdraw casts from the Michangelo originals. I think one of the best prtratures of the human body. I am and have been in awe from an early age. Nice to find the site. Sincerely Ms. Maxine Mitchell.
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I am looking for a Michelangelo to use as a screen saver, as I have on another computer, The Delphic Sybyl. However I am an artist and one of the classical ways we were taught anatomy was to draw and rdraw casts from the Michangelo originals. I think one of the best prtratures of the human body. I am and have been in awe from an early agge. Nice to find the site. Sincerely Ms. Maxine Mitchell.
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I purchased a portrait of Jeremiah spelled (Heiremias) and I need to find out more about it. It looks identicle to the Fresco by Michelangelo that is in the Cappella Sistina, Vatican. It has the initial D.O. 1503/13 on the back. Please write and let me know more about this portrait. Thank you!.
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First look at this website. As an Art Historian with 24 yrs college teaching experience, I find the comments very interesting. What a way to "get in the head" of people who are not yet in the field or just enormously interested in art and the history of art. . I will certainly revisit you. Barbara in WA State USA
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ABSOLUTLY FASCINATING, BELLISSIMO!!!!!!. I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE MUSSEUM. I WOULD ALSO BE VERY INTERESTED IN CONTACTING, OR FINDING THE NAME AND OR ADDRESS OF THE MUSEUM'S CURATOR FOR CORREGGIO, AND OR 16TH CENTURY PAINTER MASTERS, IF POSSIBLE. WE OWN A PAINTING THAT ACCORDING TO DR. BOBBER, FROM THE METROPOLITAN MUSSEUM OF NEW YORK, MAY BE ATTRIBUTED TO COREGGIO. PLEASE BE SO KIND AS TO SEND US SOME INFORMATION VIA E-MAIL, OR A NAME AND ADDRESS TO WRITE TO. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. AMALBRAN@CS.COM
ALFREDO AND GERTRUDE MALBRAN, AMALBRAN@CS.COM
I happened on to your web site by accident and hope that you can help.I have a painting given to me by an aunt who lives in Begium. It is aportrait of a woman with long dark hair.wearing a white dress with red rose buds. The dress is off the shoulders and her breasts are exposed. There are two signatures on the portrait.One is hidden by te matting, the other signature appears to be "Yves T or a F then lioy. If you could help, I would really appreciate it. Thank You
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I am very impressed. I'm studying Giotto and it's great to see such an interest in him. You have made a lot of thing clear about him in an interesting way. Thank you Margaret I can't figure out where you are in the world! The last page I tried for Giotto was in Texas!
We pplan to visit Florence in the Fall and your site is most useful and excellent reproductions for us to studt. thanks.
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I love your site Thank you for allowing me to e-mail your fine art as a post card. M
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Very interesting, and the art work is fantastic. Thanks.
Since I have not seen your work I have no comments yet. Please show me some. Ger
Ger van de Ven, firstname.lastname@example.org
This site was very helpful for my project on paintings of the Renaissance. I like the Image viewer options--they help me to see the details or the whole picture.
Stephanie Reed, email@example.com
I found your pictures inaccurate to say the least. We know that The Queen of sheba was of African Orgin not Eruopean. The oringnal Hebrews were black. Kemet which was the name for Egypt was also dark people Kemet meaning the land of the blacks. Ethiopia was a part of kemet meaning that she was not white nor Solomon. Neither Moses. Isreal and the rest of the Middle East is only sepertated by a man made canal. It is in the continet of Africa. The only reason the Jews are so light is because of the mixture with the romans. How can a white person flee in to Egypt and not be found? It is time to stop white washing history and tell the truth. Most of the slaves brought here in the USA were Hebrews. That is why they took their religon and language from them. Krush means Ethiopia. So if Sheba whose real name was Mykeda which is an african name is white. Where did all of them go? I don't see any whites in Ethiopia now. So your web page is insulting. Kedra
Kedra Curry, firstname.lastname@example.org
A brilliant service and I also really enjoyed some of the hungarian artists with whom I am not familiar. Keep going and keep adding
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Thank you very much for such a good presentation of such beautiful pictures. Is it legal to cut and snip bits of these images for my own art works? Is there any copyright on them? kind regards
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I have seen the art of so many western artists. Can yuo show me some art from middle Europa? For example from Hungary. Your service is excellent! Leslie
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