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Furby, that creepy 1990's doll, has a tumblr page.

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artfortheages:

A Corner of the Fish Market, Morning - Victor Gabriel Gilbert - 1880 

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philamuseum:

Visit this weekend and get three free months when you purchase a Museum membership. That’s 15 months of membership and two summers of fun for the price of one. This means two summers of Art Splash, yoga in the Sculpture Garden, air-conditioned galleries, Friday Nights’ performances, and so much more. Offer valid onsite only, June 30–July 2. 

Summer,” 1941, by Harry Sternberg 

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Members: We’ll be open on Monday, July 2, with free admission for you and your guests. Explore the art of America’s birthplace in “Modern Times,” where you’ll discover works by Philadelphia artists at the forefront of the period’s beautiful chaos and artistic innovation. 

Jam Session,” 1943, by Claude Clark 

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philamuseum:

Case of the Mondays? Hello, Happy Hour. Drinks, deals, and half-price steals can make your work week just a little more tolerable. While you eagerly await the end of the workday, enjoy some art from our collection that illustrates the phrase, “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.”

More Art Monday is brought to you by Art 24/7

Whoopee at Sloppy Jo’s,” 1933, by George Biddle © Estate of George Biddle 

Album Sheet with Three Photographs,” c. 1910, by Jeanette Bernard 

French People Relaxing (A French Couple Having a Drink),” 1861, by Utagawa Kunihisa II 

New Year’s Card with Drinkers,” 1831, by Friedrich Fleischmann 

Peasants Drinking at a Window,” c.1640–70, by Adriaen van Ostade 

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Just Finishing Reading a Novel. Delphin Enjolras (French, 1857-1945). Oil on canvas.

Enjolras is best known for his intimate portraits of young women performing mundane activities such as reading or sewing, often illuminated by lamplight.

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alongtimealone:

Female Nude in the Sun - Albert Coste

French, 1895-1985

Oil on cardboard, 46 x 37,5 cm.

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