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  • n. Plural form of painting.

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Examples

  • Talks about his career, his interest in paintings, working with Michael Powell and Marlene Dietrich on Youtube.

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  • It was during the Gilded Age that the Folger family began acquiring first folios of Shakespeare's plays and the Mellons, Fricks and Carnegies began to fill their mansions with furniture and paintings from the cash-starved great houses of England.

    Brass Beds and Broomsticks

  • Cashmere throw rugs, Persian carpets, fresh roses and paintings from the empress's era complement the comfortable French regency armchairs.

    French Master Chef Reinvents His Art

  • C├ęzanne's gamblers are far from the high-living layabouts more usually associated with this theme in paintings of rustic life.

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  • However, this show, organized around just that premise, takes a look at lesser-known pieces within that body of work, like paintings from the early 1980s, in which the Pop artist depicted himself as the radio character "The Shadow" and a late '70s work that shows him being strangled from behind, a memento mori and self-portrait in one.

    ARTINFO: NEW YORK: Can't-Miss Gallery Openings This Week

  • The exhibit shows paintings from the Public Works Art Project, a government-funded, six-month program that commissioned nearly 4,000 out-of-work artists to portray "the American scene."

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  • Furthermore, he shared photos of four other paintings from the same period!

    John Strejan Update : Scrubbles.net

  • One of the paintings is titled, "Let there be peace."

    Lorraine Roe: Running to Your Passion: It Took a Wake-Up Call

  • Wansink is a prominent food science researcher, known for studies on the depiction of food in paintings of the Last Supper and how the placement of a candy jar can affect how much people eat from it.

    School Cafeterias To Try Psychology In Lunch Line

  • After the auction - and a chance encounter with crime boss Chib Calloway - Robert and Allan suggest the "liberation" of several paintings from the National Gallery, hoping Mike will dissuade them.

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