Darío Añez Rivas

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Shortly After Exhumation on the Acropolis. The Calf-Bearer and the Kritios Boy . Unknown Artist. Ca. 1865. Albumen silver print from glass negative.

[The Calf-Bearer and the Kritios Boy Shortly After Exhumation on the Acropolis] Artist: Unknown Date: ca. 1865 Medium: Albumen silver print from glass negative Dimensions: Image: x cm x 8 in.

Laurel and Hardy were one of the most popular and critically acclaimed comedy double acts of the early Classical Hollywood era of American cinema. Composed of thin Englishman Stan Laurel (1890–1965) and large American Oliver Hardy (1892–1957), they became well known during the late 1920s to the mid-1940s for their slapstick comedy, with Laurel playing the clumsy and childlike friend of the pompous Hardy. They made over 100 films together.

Laurel and Hardy were one of the most popular and critically acclaimed comedy double acts of the early Classical Hollywood era of American cinema. Composed of thin Englishman Stan Laurel and large American Oliver Hardy they became

Guggenheim, NYC fisheye | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

What a great design for a museum! The Guggenheim Museum, NYC (upper east aside). The modern art museum, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, opened in The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation also supports the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice, Italy.

IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - The Lady of Baza . is a famous example of Iberian sculpture. It is a limestone female figure with traces of painted detail in a stuccoed surface that was found at Baza, northeast of Granada, Spain. The town of Baza was the site of the Ibero-Roman city of Basti and, in one of its two necropoleis, the Cerro del Santuario, the Lady of Baza was recovered. She is seated in an armchair, and an open space on the side is thought to have contained ashes from a cremation.

IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - The Lady of Baza . is a famous example of Iberian sculpture. It is a limestone female figure with traces of painted detail in a stuccoed surface that was found at Baza, northeast of Granada, Spain. The town of Baza was the site of the Ibero-Roman city of Basti and, in one of its two necropoleis, the Cerro del Santuario, the Lady of Baza was recovered. She is seated in an armchair, and an open space on the side is thought to have contained ashes from a cremation.