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Images Dated 9th July 2019

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Michelangelo, from a print in the British Museum Featured 9 Jul 2019 Image

Michelangelo, from a print in the British Museum

Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni or Michelangelo, was an Italian Renaissance. 1475-1564 Michael Angelo. From a print in the British Museum. Lithograph after a drawing by HVH from Portraits of the most celebrated painters of all the schools, Ackermann, London, 1827

© Florilegius / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Parmigianino, Italian Mannerist painter Featured 9 Jul 2019 Image

Parmigianino, Italian Mannerist painter

Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, Francesco Mazzola or Parmigianino, Italian Mannerist painter, 1503-1540. From the picture in the Florence Gallery. Lithograph after a drawing by HVH from Portraits of the most celebrated painters of all the schools, Ackermann, London, 1828

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Illuminated news bulletin and how it works Featured 9 Jul 2019 Image

Illuminated news bulletin and how it works

The Newspaper of the Streets. The illuminated news bulletin which tells passer-by at night the latest news. Diagram by S. W. Clatworthy in The Sphere demonstrating how an illuminated sign is operated. The diagram here shows the Morning Post building, later to become Inveresk House, home of Illustrated Newspapers Ltd. The signs, which used around 300 lamps were made by (wait for it), the Scintillating Sign Company of Fleet Street, who were patentees and owners of the design. According to The Sphere, they were very helpful to the artist while he was making this drawing. Date: 1924

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans