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The Erebus and the Terror. Ships from the 1845 Franklin expedition of Sir John Franklin.
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I'm delighted to have four of my portraits at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
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Two-time British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is known for his military leadership.
The tried and tested combination of fairground rides, music, food and family fun ensured Gorleston Clifftop Festival was a summery success.
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art's description of its current show about American Impressionism cites John Singer Sargent as one of the Americans.
After months of planning, agonizing over every last dripping detail, unloading piles of cash, the big day has finally arrived.
After retiring from a long career as an automotive engineer, Cindy Parsons knew her "second act" would involve the arts.
2."The Silkworm," by Robert Galbraith The case of a missing novelist whose leaked tell-all manuscript, if published, would ruin lives.
"I've seen a lot of cool things this weekend," said Gail Kinney, an organizer with Antique Festival Of The Ozarks.
Artists in Manhattan painted the bodies of 40 nude models on Saturday, turning the Columbus Circle entrance to Central Park into an outdoor celebration of the human form.
Dowling Walsh Gallery, 365 Main St., will open three exhibitions showcasing the work of Colin Page, Eric Hopkins and Tadashi Moriyama during a 5 to 8 p.m. First Friday Art Walk reception Aug. 1. The shows will run through Aug. 30. "Colin Page: Summer" highlights Maine's iconic summer scenes from the artist's vantage point as a father in Midcoast ... (more)
The showpiece of the 'Flo Gris' Museum is Miss Florence's home which fronts on Lyme Street in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
THERE were smiles all round as a community centre held an open day to show off some of its popular classes.
Scheduled performances by Cheraw's young musical and theatrical talents will have to wait - until the paint is dry and the drop cloths and dust are removed.
Ernest Doty lives to paint on walls. He used to get arrested for it. Now he gets paid for it.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:21 pm
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