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Sporting Sketches by Henry Thomas Alken

What is the British sporting life all about? This fine query can be answered in part by these remarkable illustrations crafted by Henry Alken during the early 19th century. Alken was a English sporting artist and he was one of the most popular of his time, known throughout the land as a chronicler of horse racing and much more. He learned at the side of his father, another regarded artist, who...
The EY Exhibition: Paul Klee

"Paul Klee – Making Visible" at the Tate Modern in London is the first exhibition to be put on as a result of the Tate's partnership with financial giant, EY. Two more major exhibitions are planned over the next two years. The show at the Tate ran October 16, 2013 - March 9, 2014, but visitors to the website can still enjoy online features such as the blog, Paul Klee A - Z, written by curator...
USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection

Just one among the many digital resources provided by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Library, the Pomological Watercolor Collection is a treasure trove for those searching for freely available images of fruits and plants. The collection spans 1886 to 1942, although most paintings are dated between 1894 and 1916. There are close to 7,500 watercolors, including over...