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The Starting Bloq Ep 17: Hashtags and Female Nipples


Muddy Colors

with artist Dave Palumbo On today’s episode, my friend Dave Palumbo and I talk about Instagram, Facebook jail, and the difficulties in navigating the social media waters. Dave had some recent hurtles with hashtags on Instagram that left him perplexed and frustrated. Myself, I was put in Facebook jail, twice now, for posting an art image featuring a nude female figure. Most of the conversation between Dave and I focuses on the enigma that is…

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Christie’s – American Art Sale


Howard Lyon

June 21, 2019 - I love the beautiful large scans of the paintings that Christie's and Sotheby's always put on their sites for upcoming auctions. Heritage Auctions also has some great resources. It's a chance to get a good look at paintings you have admired and also discover new works and new artists. You can also find studies and sketches that aren't always on display at the museum the owns them. Sometimes the artwork will be posted publicly for the first time if it is from a private seller. The recent Christie's auction for American Art had some nice paintings among the lots. Joseph Christian Leyendecker - Polo Players on Horseback. Leyendecker! It is always a treat to see this master's work. Such beautiful and unique construction of forms. Norman Rockwell - The Homecoming Norman Rockwell - Studies for 'Couple…

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