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The Getty
10/28/2016. Facebook
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The Getty
10/07/2016. Facebook
Enter the dreamscapes of L.A. artist J.A.W. Cooper.

#GettyInspired

Dreamscapes of Animals and Powerful Women

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The Getty
09/22/2016. Facebook
Two of our favorite fun-loving scholars, authors of a recent Getty Publications book, share their enthusiasm for illuminated manuscripts—from print to social media to a new YouTube video (don't miss the sangria and costumes!).

Two “Tipsy Medievalists” Share Their Passion for Illuminated Manuscripts

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The Getty
09/16/2016. Facebook
Richard Learoyd's working process and how he creates mood and story in his pictures.

Embracing Imperfection: A Conversation with Photographer Richard Learoyd | The Getty Iris

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09/16/2016. Facebook
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09/14/2016. Facebook
FALSE: Medieval medicine was based on pure superstition.

Misconceptions about the Middle Ages, Debunked through Art History

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The Getty
09/13/2016. Facebook
Apples mixed with animal fat was a popular moisturizer in 18th century France.

Getting Ready: The 18th-Century Toilette

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The Getty
09/08/2016. Facebook
This medieval device has been compared to early computers.

Decoding the Medieval Volvelle

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The Getty
09/07/2016. Facebook
How did people vote over 2,000 years ago?

Voting with the Ancient Greeks

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The Getty
09/05/2016. Facebook
Fun with illuminated manuscripts! Getty Museum curators pick favorites from our weekly “caption this” challenge.

Closed Captioning for the Middle Ages

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The Getty
09/02/2016. Facebook
This is the last weekend to see “Cave Temples of Dunhuang." We’re expecting big crowds, so arrive early or take advantage of our extended evening hours.

14 Fascinating Facts about the Cave Temples of Dunhuang

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The Getty
09/01/2016. Facebook
What happens when one painting becomes two?

What Was on the Other Side of This Painting?

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The Getty
08/31/2016. Facebook
Painted in 1866, this portrait of a French Aristocrat features background details that tell a bigger story.

What Are Japanese and Chinese Objects Doing in This French Aristocrat’s Bedroom?

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The Getty
08/30/2016. Facebook
The intimate and mesmerizing photographs of Richard Learoyd are now on view at the Getty Center through November 27, 2016.

Richard Learoyd: In the Studio

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The Getty
08/30/2016. Facebook
Ever wondered if objects in museums were actually used by people of the past?

How Many People Have Drunk Out of This Glass?

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The Getty
08/30/2016. Facebook
6,000 digitized historical children's books, free to read online from the University of Florida's Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature.

Enter an Archive of 6,000 Historical Children’s Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online

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The Getty
08/29/2016. Facebook
Visitors often ask, “How is this a table?” We sought out the answer...

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The Getty
09/24/2016. Facebook
The canna lily planted in the Central Garden is known as ‘Stuttgart.’ Like many other plants in the garden, it was chosen for its form and foliage—the leaves are a dramatic lime green with white stripes.

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The Getty
09/17/2016. Facebook
Gardeners, have you heard of the Chilean lantern (Crinodendron hookerianum)?

From the temperate rain forest of southern Chile, this beautiful shrub appreciates cool, misty coastal conditions, and is not very well adapted to heat or drought. The flower buds appear on the plant in late summer, hang on through the winter, and open up the following spring. They look like little red lanterns. In...
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The Getty
09/14/2016. Facebook
What's the first thing you do once you get off the tram at the top of the hill?