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  • Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives CVA 260-997. Photographer James Crookall.

    10 Brilliant Photos of Lion’s Gate Bridge

    July 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

    Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives CVA 260-997. Photographer James Crookall. Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives Photo [...]
  • Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives, CVA 260-995. Photographer James Crookall.

    Beautiful Photos of Vancouver In The Past

    July 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

    Pacific Great Eastern Railway Office Reference code: AM54-S4-3-: PAN N189 Physical Description: 1 photograph: nitrate negative; 20 x 113 cm Date of Creation: 1926 [...]
  • Description	
English: Laura Secord warning Lieutenant James Fitzgibbon of an impending American attack, June 1813.
Français : Rencontre entre Laura Secord et le lieutenant Fitzgibbon, juin 1813
Date	circa 1920
Public Domain

    The War of 1812

    July 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

    When the United States invaded Canada in the summer of 1812, the war that resulted was a strange business. [...]

Recent Art

  • Portrait of Gao Yong's Wife, ink on paper by Ren Yi (1840-1896), 
Public Domain
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  • Marc Chagall
  • John Everett Millais (1829–1896) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q159606
Title	
English: The Vale of Rest
Deutsch: Das Tal der Stille
Français : La Vallée de la Paix
Русский: Юдоль Покоя
Date	September 1858
Medium	oil on canvas
Dimensions	support: 1029 x 1727 mm frame: 1423 x 2102 x 133 mm
Current location	
Tate Britain Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:q195436
Accession number	N01507
Object history	Presented by Sir Henry Tate 1894
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  • Arnold Daghani- The Art of Polemics
  • Jew praying with tallis.
  • Alex Leon
  • Marcel Janco
  • 04. Miao, Kitty Yin Ling - Persian Jewish Couple, 1900
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    10 More Pieces by Norman Rockwell

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    10 Sketches By Charles Dana Gibson

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    10 Pieces By Norman Rockwell

    Norman Rockwell: The Famous American Illustrator and Painter. Source:Public Domain Source:Public Domain Source:Public Domain Source:Public Domain Source:Public Domain [...]
  • ArtistEdgar DegasArtist InfoFrench, 1834 - 1917TitleHorse Galloping, Turning the Head to the Right, the Feet Not Touching the GroundDatedmid 1870s
CreditCollection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon
Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington

    5 Exquisite Degas Sculptures

    5. Arabesque Over The Right Leg ArtistEdgar DegasArtist InfoFrench, 1834 – 1917TitleArabesque over the Right Leg, Right Hand near the Ground, Left Arm Outstretched [...]

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Opinion

  • Israel

    Helping Israel In Its Hour of Need

    August 4, 2014 // 1 Comment

    The IDF is making headway in Gaza at the expense of Israeli lives, Jewish lives, all for the safety, and freedom of the only democratic nation in the Middle East: Israel. As [...]
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    Why Reading and History Go Hand In Hand

    July 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

     If you ask any history student, or truly anyone that fancies reading history they would probably tell you that both pretty much go hand in hand. Whether this might not [...]
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    A Note From The Editor-in-Chief

    June 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

    A magazine for the young intellectual, and more importantly, the free-thinker. That is our chief purpose. The absolute complimentary flow of history, opinion and intellectual [...]
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    The Inaccuracy of The Word ‘Cultured’

    February 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

    It is becoming increasingly difficult in today’s age to become refined in culture, but it is more difficult to define what being ‘cultured’ actually means. Books, [...]

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