The Zodiac - Way c 1577 Kent p 21 The star-filled sky has...

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The Zodiac Slide 10-67: Fountain of Neptune, P. della Signoria, Florence Calter Photo Slide 10-68: Torah Crown detail, c. 1770 Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.), Treasures of the Jewish Museum. NY: Universe, 1986. p. 103 Stars as art motifs are found mostly in the zodiac, and we find these everywhere. The Stars in Painting
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Slide 10-69: TINTORETTO: Origin of the Milky
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Unformatted text preview: Way , c. 1577 Kent, p. 21 The star-filled sky has fascinated artists. Tintoretto's painting shows a rather literal explanation for the Origin of the Milky Way . Edvard Munch did two Starry Nights , and, of course, Van Gogh made another painting with the same title. Slide 10-74: MUNCH: Starry Night, 1893. (At Getty) Munch, p. 106...
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