Artist – Dosso Dossi (1490–1542) Aeneas and Achates on the…

Artist – Dosso Dossi (1490–1542)
Aeneas and Achates on the Libyan Coast
Circa 1520

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Artist – Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506) Pallas Expelling the Vices…

Artist – Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506)
Pallas Expelling the Vices from the Garden of Virtue
Between 1499 and 1502
Oil on panel

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James Basire’s print of a 16th century painting of Henry VIII’s…

James Basire’s print of a 16th century painting of Henry VIII’s embarkation at Dover, 1520. Painting is in the Royal Collection.

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Artist – Jean Clouet (1475–1540) Francis I of France (1494 -…

Artist – Jean Clouet (1475–1540)
Francis I of France (1494 – 1547)
Circa 1530
Oil on oak panel
96 × 74 cm (37.8 × 29.1 in)

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Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to everybody celebrating out there! May this be a blessed day for you and your family 🙂

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“The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth” (1914) By Jennie A. Brownscombe

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“No man chooses evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks.”

“No man chooses evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks.”

Mary Shelley (via theydontwantustoescape)
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Gezicht op Nieuw Amsterdam by Johannes Vingboons (1664), an…

Gezicht op Nieuw Amsterdam by Johannes Vingboons (1664), an early picture of Nieuw Amsterdam made in the year when it was conquered by the English under Richard Nicolls.

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Portrait of Charles Gravier, Count of Vergennes and French…

Portrait of Charles Gravier, Count of Vergennes and French Ambassador, in Turkish Attire; oil on canvas, 141.5 x 113 cm.
1766

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