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Condesa de Altamira and Her Daughter, María Agustina, Goya (1746–1828 ), 1787–88 "Goya’s brilliant treatment of the countess’ gown, with its shimmering embroidered silk, attests to his mastery of technique..." © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Condesa de Altamira and Her Daughter, María Agustina, Goya (1746–1828 ), 1787–88 "Goya’s brilliant treatment of the countess’ gown, with its shimmering embroidered silk, attests to his mastery of technique..." © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1632–1675). Woman with a Lute, ca. 1662–63. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Collis P. Huntington, 1900 (25.110.24) | In this work of the early 1660s, a young woman in an ermine-trimmed jacket plays a lute and looks intently out the window. The viola da gamba on the floor and songbooks on the table suggest that she may be waiting for a male visitor.

Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1632–1675). Woman with a Lute, ca. 1662–63. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Collis P. Huntington, 1900 (25.110.24) | In this work of the early 1660s, a young woman in an ermine-trimmed jacket plays a lute and looks intently out the window. The viola da gamba on the floor and songbooks on the table suggest that she may be waiting for a male visitor.

Georgia O'Keeffe 'Poppies', 1950, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

”’No hay nada tan poco real como el realismo. Sólo cuando se elige, se dejan cosas de lado y se fijan los puntos básicos, se tropieza uno...

Margaret of Austria, c.1490, Jean Hey (Master of Moulins); the ten-year-old daughter of Emperor Maximilian I wears a pelican pendant, a symbol of Christian charity. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Margaret of Austria, c.1490, Jean Hey (Master of Moulins); the ten-year-old daughter of Emperor Maximilian I wears a pelican pendant, a symbol of Christian charity. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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