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I teach history. I get paid to talk about history. At the same time, it’s a wonder how little I get paid to do it. But anyway… 603 palabras más

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She mistook him for the gardener

In his Gospel John records that on the Sunday morning following Jesus’s crucifixion, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and, finding it empty, started to weep, for she thought someone had taken the body. 1.596 palabras más

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On Artist Lavinia Fontana

Portrait of a Noblewoman by Lavinia Fontana, 1580 (Photo credit: WikiArt.org)

The portrait of Pope Gregory Xlll, inserted in “Happy Valentine’s Day” is by Lavinia Fontana. 743 palabras más

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Sixteenth-Century Feminist: Lavinia Fontana | A R T L▼R K

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On the 24th of August 1552, Italian painter Lavinia Fontana was born in Bologna. She is considered the first ever woman artist to work within the same sphere as her male counterparts, independently and outside a royal court or convent. 196 palabras más

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Sixteenth-Century Feminist: Lavinia Fontana

 On the 24th of August 1552, Italian painter Lavinia Fontana was born in Bologna. She is considered the first ever woman artist to work within the same sphere as her male counterparts, independently and outside a royal court or convent. 808 palabras más

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Lavinia Fontana (1552 – 1614)

Lavinia Fontana was born in Bologna. She was the daughter of the painter Prospero Fontana, who was a late Renaissance period painter. More relevant to this article, he was Lavinia’s painting teacher. 796 palabras más

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