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Through May 16 2016, six galleries of the Philips Wing are dedicated to fashion of the Dutch from 1625 to 1960. Starting with garments worn by members of the Frisian branch of the house of Nassau in the Golden Age, the exhibits feature vibrantly coloured French silk gowns and luxurious velvet gentlemen’s suits of the eighteenth century, classically-inspired Empire dresses and bustles of the Fin de Siècle culminating in twentieth-century French haute couture by Dior and Yves Saint Laurent…

Amazing display of period costume could be used as window inspiration.

Christmas Lights Berlin by Brut Deluxe

Berlin Christmas lights by Brut Deluxe

Suspended light element - Christmas Lights Berlin 2013 / Brut Deluxe by Miguel de Guzmán © ImagenSubliminal

De Dood Leeft De Dood Leeft was een tijdelijke tentoonstelling in het Tropenmuseum die laat zien hoe mensen wereldwijd met de dood omgaan. Elke dag sterven wereldwijd ongeveer 155.000 mensen. Iedereen krijgt in zijn leven te maken met de dood. De Dood Leeft laat zien hoe men in verschillende culturen met de dood omgaat. Inmeer ...

De Dood Leeft De Dood Leeft was een tijdelijke tentoonstelling in het Tropenmuseum die laat zien hoe mensen wereldwijd met de dood omgaan. Elke dag sterven wereldwijd ongeveer 155.000 mensen. Iedereen krijgt in zijn leven te maken met de dood. De Dood Leeft laat zien hoe men in verschillende culturen met de dood omgaat. Inmeer ...

In the Native Voices gallery, the Appelbaum team designed a modern venue for the traditional storytelling circle. Recessed into the floor with steps for seating, it is encircled by mesh scrims with photo images dye sublimation-printed on the diffuse weave.

In the Native Voices gallery, the Appelbaum team designed a modern venue for the traditional storytelling circle. Recessed into the floor wi.

tomoko shioyasu | waterfall, 2007 (double tracing paper cutting) (via http://thisiscolossal.com/2011/03/immense-paper-cut-tapestries-by-tomoko-shioyasu/)

Waterfall by Japanese artist Tomoko Shioyasu as part of her Cutting Insights series in which she mimicks nature and falling by means of cutting small cuts in paper, making melting holes into synthetic paper and drawing.

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree.  On view in room 1.4  #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree. On view in room 1.4 #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

Выставка изобретений и искусства Леонардо да Винчи в Одессе

Выставка изобретений и искусства Леонардо да Винчи в Одессе

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