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Two pages of revisions to the Principia Mathematica, 1694 (ink on paper) Featured Alfred de Breanski Image

Two pages of revisions to the Principia Mathematica, 1694 (ink on paper)

7064317 Two pages of revisions to the Principia Mathematica, 1694 (ink on paper) by Newton, Isaac (1642-1727); Private Collection; (add.info.: With corrections made by Newton following an encounter with astronomer David Gregory (1659-1708)); Photo A© Christie's Images; English, out of copyright

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Henley Regatta, 1881 (oil on canvas) Featured Alfred de Breanski Image

Henley Regatta, 1881 (oil on canvas)

TW427207 Henley Regatta, 1881 (oil on canvas) by Breanski, Alfred de (1852-1928); 61.6 x 92.2 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: Watching the boat race from pleasure boats at the sides of the River Thames is a traditional part of Henley Regatta. The Regatta takes place in July, and was a very popular society event in the late-19th century. The informality of the viewpoint on the top of a pleasure barge has similarities with boating scenes by French Impressionist artists. By cutting off the boat in the foreground, the artist was able to give the picture a snapshot, real-life quality;); A© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; English, out of copyright

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Dutch Pinks (oil on canvas) Featured Alfred de Breanski Image

Dutch Pinks (oil on canvas)

1213295 Dutch Pinks (oil on canvas) by Hayes, Edwin (1820-1904); 153.2x102.5 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: A Dutch Pink was a small fishing vessel with a square mainsail, and a rounded stern. In this picture, fishermen in a small rowing boat have been out to collect crab or lobster pots. Now, they are pulling hard on the oars to join their ship. The number of ships shows how busy the North Sea was in the 19th century. Edwin Hayes was known for the naturalness of his depictions of billowing sails, rough water and stormy skies. He lived in Ireland.); A© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; English, out of copyright

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