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Death of Actaeon
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Death of Actaeon
Diane Cummins
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Diane Cummins
Diane Allahgreen
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Diane Allahgreen
Who People Are Dating - Diane Ferraz and Nicky Scott Featured Image

Who People Are Dating - Diane Ferraz and Nicky Scott

Musical duo, and, at the time, romantically linked couple, Diane Ferraz and Nicky Scott who performed together in the band, The Ferris Wheel, pairing black female singers with white male performers, an unusual combination at the time. Featured in London Life as the lead image in a piece on Who People Are Dating. Ferraz was born in Trinidad and the caption comments as follows, Diane Ferrax (sic) and Nicky Scott are really in love, have made a record together, have been boycotted by magazines who disapprove of coloured liaisons. Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Diane Modahl
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Diane Modahl
Diane Edwards
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Diane Edwards
Diane Antonopoulos
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Diane Antonopoulos
Diane Haine
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Diane Haine
Diane Clay
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Diane Clay
The Two at Pervyse with Shot the dog memorial, Ypres Featured Image

The Two at Pervyse with Shot the dog memorial, Ypres

This memorial is in the garden of the Ariane Hotel in Ypres. The Two is the title given to two extrordinary British laidies, Elsie Knocker and Mairie Chisholm, who came out to Belgium and set up medical facilities in the town of Pervyse in support of the Belgian Army. Their biographer, Diane Atkinson, moved to have a memorial statue set up in Pervyse, but the town refused. Natasha, proprietor of the Ariane Hotel, a favorite lodging place for British visitors to Ypres, offered to have the statue in the gardens. Both ladies are sitting on a sandbag wall with their dog, Shot, in the foreground. Date: 2015

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Diane (marble)
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Diane (marble)
Diana and Actaeon
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Diana and Actaeon
Diana and Actaeon
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Diana and Actaeon
Diana and Her Nymphs Departing for the Hunt, c.1615 (oil on canvas) Featured Image

Diana and Her Nymphs Departing for the Hunt, c.1615 (oil on canvas)

499511 Diana and Her Nymphs Departing for the Hunt, c.1615 (oil on canvas)
by Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640) (studio of); 261.00x225.00 (framed) 216.00x178.70 (unframed) cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt, wears a crescent on her forehead, also identifying her as the moon goddess. Diana lived apart from men, accompanied by a group of nymphs: she thus often represented unattainable beauty or chastity. With a nymph at left fending off a lustful satyr, Rubens refers to a struggle between vice and virtue, combining a sensual display of female bodies with a moral undertone. To bring the viewer more fully into the narrative, Rubens pulls the full-bodied figures to the front of the picture plane, and Diana steps forward, activating the space between viewer and subject. The nymph at the right has the features of Isabella Brant, the artist's wife, and can be compared with Rubens's portrait of her, also in this gallery.
); Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund; Dutch, out of copyright

© Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund / Bridgeman Images

Diana and Actaeon
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Diana and Actaeon
Head of Artemis (marble)
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Head of Artemis (marble)

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