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Whether nature has acted wrongly o
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Egon Schiele, a revolutionary painter and draftsman, developed a style of lurid portraiture which brazenly pushed the boundari
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Rachel is five years old. She is not like most little girls her age: she is
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Jan van Eyck, Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride, 1435
Jan van Eyck's celebrated painting, Giovanni Arn