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Discover The Dome Illusion in Rome, Italy: A master of trompe-l'oeil creates a stunning tourist-fooling dome out of a flat ceiling.

Leonardo collaborated with Verrocchio on his The Baptism of Christ, painting the young angel holding Jesus' robe in a manner that was so far superior to his master's that Verrocchio put down his brush and never painted again.

Baptism of Christ. 1475 in the studio of the Italian Renaissance painter Andrea del Verrocchio and generally ascribed to him and his pupil Leonardo da Vinci. The painting is housed in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. An Early work of Da Vinci

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Are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. This is a Navajo weaving, the Holy People who created the Navajo were very powerful deities. I see that this is a asymmetrical balance.

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E. Shepard’s map of the 100 Aker Wood, used as the endpapers in the original Winnie the Pooh

The mortarboard is believed to have developed from the biretta, a similar-looking hat worn by Roman Catholic clergy, known as the Bishop Andrewes cap. It was reserved for holders of master degrees (highest qualification in mediæval academia), & was adopted by bachelors & undergraduates, the 16th & 17th century corner-cap. The mortarboard in the United States can be traced to a patent filed by inventor Edward O'Reilly & Catholic Priest Joseph Durham, who filed their patent in 1950.

Louis III of Mantua ~ Andrea Mantegna ~ 1474 ~ Ludovico III Gonzaga (in Italian), was an Italian nobleman born June 1414 in Mantua and died June 1478 in Goito. It was the second Marquis of Mantua (Lombardy region in Italy).