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  2. Les Nabis - Wikipedia

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    The students called this first Nabis painting The Talisman, and it eventually became an icon of 20th-century art. In 1889, the same year of the Paris International Exposition and the opening of the Eiffel Tower, the group held its first modest exposition at the Café des Arts, which was located without the grounds of the Exposition.

  3. Mark Rothko - Wikipedia

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    Mark Rothko (/ ˈ r ɒ θ k oʊ /), born Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz (Russian: Ма́ркус Я́ковлевич Ротко́вич, Latvian: Markuss Rotkovičs; name not Anglicized until 1940; September 25, 1903 – February 25, 1970), was an American abstract painter of Latvian Jewish descent.

  4. Banner - Wikipedia

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    The banner is canvas and was painted by Sydney firm Althouse & Geiger, master painters and decorators. Founded in 1875, the company is still in operation. The banner is a powerful interpretive tool in communicating the experience and the history of the Australian labour movement. For more on the design and making of these banners, see Banner ...

  5. Stu Sutcliffe - Wikipedia

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    After the exhibition, Moores bought Sutcliffe's canvas for £65 (equivalent to £1,530 in 2020), which was then equal to 6–7 weeks' wages for an average working man. The picture Moores bought was called Summer Painting, and Sutcliffe attended a formal dinner to celebrate the exhibition with another art student, Susan Williams.

  6. Christ of Saint John of the Cross - Wikipedia

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    Christ of Saint John of the Cross is a painting by Salvador Dalí made in 1951 which is in the collection of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow.It depicts Jesus Christ on the cross in a darkened sky floating over a body of water complete with a boat and fishermen.

  7. Detention of Patrick Zaki - Wikipedia

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    Patrick George Zaki is a Coptic Egyptian postgraduate student at the University of Bologna, Italy, who has been detained in Egypt since 7 February 2020. Zaki is pursuing an Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree in Women and Gender Studies at the University of Bologna.