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Jacques Louis David – Propaganda Genius?
At university I studied mainly French 18th and early 19th century art and Jacques Louis David obviously featured quite strongly.
A trip through Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris
This blog post was written by Ulrike Haussen, the picture researcher at akg-images in Paris responsible for the Les Arts
If you're appy and you know it...
As soon as the iPad (mark one) was launched, it started appearing at trade fairs and conferences in the picture
Torture on canvas – Titian’s „Flaying of Marsyas“
A few years back I went to one of those blockbuster exhibitions - paintings by Titian in the National Gallery
Face to Face - Renaissance in Berlin
I can't remember an exhibition that has created quite as much interest as the Faces of the Renaissance which is
I belong to London, and London belongs to me
My summer holiday suitcase usually contains: shorts, t-shirts, a beach towel, the highest-factor sun cream I can find… and a
I’m in love. With a Renaissance man. Literally. Ever since I first laid eyes on Botticelli’s Young Man in
Tales of the (still) divided city
The building of the Berlin Wall began 50 years ago this month and there is almost as many events commemorating
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome...
Posts on the akg-images blog are written in German, French and English. If you would rather only see results in
It's been a big week for comic book fans. First came the furore over the race and (possible) sexuality of
Stars of Yesterday – Silent Goddesses and Gods
Ok, I admit it: I am a bit of a film nut, preferably classic Hollywood fare from the 1930s and
We are who we say we are
A few weeks ago Amina Arraf, author of Gay Girl in Damascus, a blog documenting the experiences of a half-Syrian,
History you can touch - Alone in Berlin
I have recently started reading the Hans Fallada book „Alone in Berlin“ which has just been republished in its complete
Treasures of the archive - unseen Covent Garden
I have been working in the archive for almost 15 years and I never get tired of looking at old
The Typewriter - symbol of liberty and feminism?
Clickety-clack, clickety-clack, clickety-clack, ding! Do you still recognise this sound? Most of us probably still do and reading an article
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