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2004


Three Beauties (1793)


Ryan Heshka's Electroladylux


Mieko Minazumi


Bosch Action Figures


An Art Deco Shanghai Girl


Snow 1939


Thurston The Great


Auco and the Dragon


Betty Boop


Spring by Hawase Hasui (1925)


Bather Arranging Her Hair by Renoir (1885)


Sing a Song of Sixpence


Girl by the Sea 1990


Fantastic Flyers

Art Blogs
Alive in Kyoto
Art Dorks
Bedazzled!
Bibi's box
Chunglern
Coudal Partners
Cipango
Datajunkie
Exclamation Mark
Fimoculous
Fishbucket
Indigo Blog
Glubibulga
Neurastenia
Penny Dreadful
PCL
Plep
RetroGrafix
Schaukasten
Scout Report
Solipsistic
Sugar 'N Spicy

Art Museums
Brooklyn Museum
Cornell Library
deviantART
Library of Congress
MoMA
Museo del Prado
National Gallery of Art
NY Public Library
SF MoMa
Smithsonian

The Hermitage
The Met

The Tate
Whitney


December
2005

12/27/2005

Visions Of Enlightenment: Understanding The Art Of Buddhist
This exhibit gives a good introduction to Buddhism.


Painting of the Buddha and Other Deities, 19th Century

German Postcards (Neurastenia)
This is a huge collection of postcards from the turn of the century in Germany.


Bathing Beauties


Bathing Beauties

12/20/2005

Soviet Era Christmas Cards
There are over 700 Soviet greeting cards in this collection.


Merry Christmas From The Kremlin

12/19/2005

Bob Hope and American Variety
Whether you are a Bob Hope fan or not this Library of Congress Exhibition is a fascinating collection of 20th century Americana.


The Bronze Venus

McKenney and Hall Indian Tribes of North America
121 hand colored lithographs from the history of the Indian tribes of North America.


Keokuk, chief of the Sacs and Foxes

Burlesque Queens


Gilda

Fashion Plate Collection
"This collection includes 417 fashion plates from 1806-1914 from some of the leading fashion journals of the times."


Evening Gown 1913

The Price of Freedom: Americans at War
This is a fascinating exhibit from the National Museum of American History.


Apache Shield

Belly Dance Records (PCL)
Belly Dance Album covers.  Here are some more belly dancer cover scans. Also, I just found these too.


Nejla Ates (1958)

Safety Charts From India (Neurastenia)


Watch Out For That Banana Peel!

12/16/2005

Jessica Joslin
These sculptures are a little freaky, but are very well designed and crafted in a playful style reminiscent of Calder.


Lupe

12/12/2005

Monster Kid Online Magazine
This magazine is great!  It has lots of details about and photos of the classic monster movie stars.


Monster Kid Issue #1

Xi Pan
I really like Xi's unique and colorful style.


Self Portrait (2005)


Untitled (2005)

The Philadelphia Print Collaborative
"Dedicated to promote and sustain fine art printmaking as a vital and valued art form."


Natasha Pestich

Norton Simon Museum
This Pasadena museum has a great collection of Asian and European art.  They also have a substantial collections of Paul Klee and Alexei Jawlensky artwork.


Ladies Visit An Ascetic (18th Century)


Vertumnus and Pomona
By Francois Boucher (1740-45)

Toshiba Prints
These are just some prints I found while looking for something else.


Two Beauties With An Umbrella

Picturing Power: Posters of the Cultural Revolution (Plep)
Don't miss Smash the Gang Of Four.


Pines and Cypress of
Evergreen Shaoshan (1975)

Mary Emma Hawthorne (Neurastenia)


Peep 2005

Tsunami Art From India (PCL)


Tsunami as Monster Patachitra Story (2005)

12/05/2005

Ringling Collection
"The Ringling Collection is comprised of cabinet cards, postcards and photographs of 19th Century American and British actors and actresses."


May Belle Raymond

Marimo (Cipango)


Special Stage

12/01/2005

San Francisco Murals
Photos by Mike Jula.


SF Mural

Yoshitoshi: One Hundred Views of the Moon


Cooling off at Shijo (1885-92)

November 2005
 

Internet Weekly Report First Issued on 12/15/2001,
Copyright Internet Weekly Report 2001-2005.  
Last Updated Saturday, 31. December 2005 10:17:57.



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