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Declaration of Love, c. 1720. Creator: Nicolas Lancret (French, 1690-1743) Featured Music Image

Declaration of Love, c. 1720. Creator: Nicolas Lancret (French, 1690-1743)

Declaration of Love, c. 1720. A category of painting invented in France in the early 1700s is the fete galante (gallant party), with subject matter that hovers between fantasy and reality. The figures in theatrical costume derive from Italian street performers seen in Paris, while the playful outdoor garden party connects to leisure activities enjoyed by certain Parisian elites. The arts of conversation, music, and painting--all highly valued by French aristocracy--intersect in this work

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People-Presley-Graceland Featured Music Image

People-Presley-Graceland

photo taken 01 August 1985 shows Graceland, the Elvis Presley mansion in Memphis, Tennessee. Lisa-Marie Presley, the daughter of the rock legend, celebrated her 30th birthday 01 February and "finally inherited some 205 million US dollars from her father's estate," according to a British newspaper report 31 January. Lisa-Marie, who was due to inherit the estate, which includes the property, when she was 25, left the control to her mother Priscilla for the past five years due to the latter's successful handling of the Elvis Presley Enterprises and the famous mansion. Eds note: Photo available only in black and white. / AFP PHOTO / JIM REID

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Sanhedrin convened by Napoleon 1807 - prayer Featured Music Image

Sanhedrin convened by Napoleon 1807 - prayer

Prayer sheet published for Grand Sanhedrin convened by Napoleon 1807. Priere des membres du Sanhedrin recitee dans leur assemblee convoquee a Paris le 1st Jour d'Adar de l'Annee 5567 (9 February 1807). Title page in French and Hebrew. (Assembly of Jewish notables summoned in April 1806 by Emperor Napoleon to consider a set of 12 questions. Members were mostly from Bordeaux and Rhine regions (Alsace and Lorraine). They were led by Rabbi David Sinzheim of Strasbourg. Basis of the future status of the Jews in France

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