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Images Dated 31st August 2006

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Pulley System for the Construction of a Staircase, facsimile of fol Featured 31 Aug 2006 Print

Pulley System for the Construction of a Staircase, facsimile of fol

LEE131532 Pulley System for the Construction of a Staircase, facsimile of fol. 363v-b from the Codex Atlanticus, 1478-1518 (pen & ink on paper) by Vinci, Leonardo da (1452-1519); Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy; A© David Lees Photography Archive; Italian, out of copyright

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Arrival at the Town Hall, 1805. Artist: Jacques Louis David Featured 31 Aug 2006 Print

Arrival at the Town Hall, 1805. Artist: Jacques Louis David

Arrival at the Town Hall, 1805. Jacques Louis David widely considered the most influential painter of the Neoclassical movement in France

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The Second of May 1808: Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814. Artist: Francisco Goya Featured 31 Aug 2006 Print

The Second of May 1808: Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814. Artist: Francisco Goya

The Second of May 1808: Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814. Commissioned in 1814, after the expulsion of Napoleon's army from Spain, Goya portrayed the citizens of Madrid as unknown heroes using crude weapons to attack a professional, occupying army. This did not go down well with the king - the paintings were not hung publicly until many years (and governments) later

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