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The portrait of young Paul Klee (Bern, Swithzerland 1897) Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern

“amare-habeo: “The portrait of young Paul Klee (Bern, Swithzerland Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern ” Genio ”

Elderly couple from New Bern, North Carolina. Photograph by M.E. Whitehurst, c1890.

Elderly slave couple from New Bern, NC. 1890 Oh, the stories they could tell. What hard lives they had.

Paul Klee with the cat Fripouille in Possenhofen, Germany in 1921, alongside his work All Souls’ Picture, 1921 Photo: Felix Klee

Paul Klee with his cat Skunk (Fripouille) in front of his watercolour drawing "All Souls' Picture." Photo taken by Felix Klee, the son of Paul and Lily Klee in Possenhofen, Germany, 1921

Juliette Lewis- has been recognized as one of Hollywood's most talented and versatile actors of her generation since she first stunned audiences and critics alike with her Oscar-nominated performance as "Danielle Bowden" in Cape Fear- has worked with some of the most revered directors , including Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen

Juliette Lewis Such a great actress and wish she made more movies. Also, great singer and entertainer. Love me some Juliette

Paul-Klee

Paul Klee

Paul Klee en su taller en Weimar en 1925 (Paul Klee in his studio in Weimar,

Articulated bracelet in enameled gold. The bracelet is composed of six medallions, the largest of which serves as a clasp. The gold is repoussé work, accented with black and white enamel. Each medallion is embellished with stylized floral motifs, and the portraits of the medallions feature young women in the traditional dress of different Swiss cantons. Marked on the back of the largest medallion: Bern <br/> <br/>Length: 6.9 in (17.5) with clasp  <br/>Small m...

Articulated bracelet in enameled gold. The bracelet is composed of six medallions, the largest of which serves as a clasp. The gold is repoussé work, accented with black and white enamel. Each medallion is embellished with stylized floral motifs, and the portraits of the medallions feature young women in the traditional dress of different Swiss cantons. Marked on the back of the largest medallion: Bern <br/> <br/>Length: 6.9 in (17.5) with clasp <br/>Small m...

c. 1900 Portrait of William Ward. Born in New Bern, North Carolina, in 1880, William Ward was part of an extended family that began migrating to Worcester soon after the Civil War. He worked as a driller at the Harrington & Richardson arms factory in the Beaver Brook neighborhood. IMAGE: WILLIAM BULLARD, COURTESY OF FRANK MORRILL, CLARK UNIVERSITY AND WORCESTER ART MUSEUM

Vivid photos offer a record of a diverse Massachusetts community

William Bullard's early century portraits of his Worcester neighbors form a unique document of an American community of color.

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