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National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Sq, London

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Dire Straits - In The Gallery

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Erlebt und gesehen im Museum Kunst der Westküste in Alkersum/Föhr.

 

..............No Milano................but Napoli ; )))

Given the vast number of art pieces on display at the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes exhibition, I think the art gallery needs to recruit a few more guards.

 

First posed by mathematician Victor Klee in 1973, the art gallery problem is a study of visibility in computational geometry. It sets to find out the minimum number of guards needed to guard every point in an art gallery.

 

Archibald Prize Exhibition, Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (Monday 31 July 2017)

Burton Constable Hall & Grounds

 

One of the few photos taken inside the hall.

 

The Long Gallery is on the upper floor of the west front. It was completed by the end of the sixteenth century, none of the present interior is from that time. The panelling dates from the late seventeenth century, as does the marble fireplace. The bookcases were put in place in the 1740's. The Neo Jacobean plasterwork on the ceiling and frieze dates from the 1830's during a programme of extensive redecoration.

 

In 1610 the Gallery would have been sparsely furnished, and is likely to have remained that way throughout the seventeenth century. There would have been few items of furniture apart from a few chairs and one or two chests. The floor would either have been bare oak boards or covered with matting. This changed in the 1740's when Cuthbert Constable ordered the estate joiner Thomas Higham to cut away sections of the panelling and install thirteen large elm and mahogany bookcases for his large library.

 

In 1833 more work was undertaken. The decorative plasterwork ceiling and frieze were installed, although it was not until 1854 that a local company from Hull were employed to paint the ceiling. The room was sumptuously furnished with new curtains, new carpet, carved and gilded furniture. Most of the marble comes from Italy.

 

Looking through the far end you can see the upper staircase hall, which along with the lower staircase hall was painted in bright yellow in the 1970's. A guide told me that some people love it, others hate it, previously it had been a muted grey colour.

 

Personally I think I would have preferred the Long Gallery it as it was in 1610, sparsely furnished with wooden floors, this is way over the top for my taste.

 

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Nitroglobus Roof Gallery is a Second Life gallery that has exhibitions and installations of both emerging and well-known artists.

 

Nitroglobus Roof Gallery is the successor of Nitroglobus Hall, owned and curated by Dido Haas

 

Visit this location at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery in Second Life

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QAL, Spotlight -- 35mm slide copy

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(►until June 28th) "Si les arbres parlaient "_ World's End Garden 3

Night Gallery. On black.

 

I visited one of my favorite galleries at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art on Sunday. I love the curved wall and the way the paintings are lighted.

 

For 52 Weeks of Pix: "In My Neighborhood" The museum is about 20 minutes from where I live!

Gipsoteca all' istituto d'arte a Firenze .

Composite image of a Florentine gallery.

 

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Leicester. 2017

Photo taken during the Open House at Mana Contemporary arts center in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, London. The glass tower in front is a piece of art called Every Man Remembered, by Mark Humphrey, and will be in the square until the 16th November, when it goes on tour around the UK.

 

As you can probably see, I edited this photo quite a bit, possibly over-edited it. Does anyone have any tips to improve it?

 

This shot was used in Yahoo's Best Photos of 2014: uk.news.yahoo.com/your-pictures--best-of-2014-142343965.html

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