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16758837-2011_031_001_Gpa_ARC.tif

11008264-1992_015_261_Apa_ARC.tif
The indigenous Central Andean aristocracy became known to the Spanish invaders as orejones or "big ears" because they wore such enormous, impressive earrings. Dating to perhaps 300 years before contact with the Europeans, this spectacular pair of…

11007958-1988_012_004_Apa_ARC.tif

11007416-1990_011_023_Apa_ARC.tif

16758653-2004_044_009_Dpa_ARC.tif

16758978-2010_028_001_Dpa_ARC.tif

11008628-2006_054_001_Bpa_ARC.tif

11008465-2004_063_001_Hpa_ARC.tif
In seventeenth-century Holland, Rembrandt became the most inventive printmaker since Albrecht Dürer. While looking to the work of his predecessors (he collected prints by Dürer, Lucas van Leyden, and Jacques Callot among others), Rembrandt drew on…

20521861-2003_032_001M_Dpa_ARC.tif

16759146-2004_050_001_Epa_ARC.tif
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