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Absolutely, even Van Gogh had a go at Japanese art.

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I have to admit the larger pictures, especially landscape and multi part tryptchs suffer on a mobile format... so hard to see detail. But I do look for taller portrait pieces where you can have some sense of scale

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Leif Ericsson Discovering America

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- From Muddy Colours

"It’s easy to dismiss the technical prowess of Nagel’s work, as his style is easily replicated digitally nowadays. But keep in mind that all of his images were actual paintings, typically acrylic paint on stretched canvas. In total, he left behind a body of work of more than 400 paintings. But more importantly, he created a style that truly defined, and influenced an entire decade. The β€˜Nagel’ style is now synonymous with the look of the ’80’s’.

Patrick Nagel died tragically at the young age of 38. During a 15-minute celebrity β€œAeroba-thon” to raise funds for the American Heart Association, he suffered a fatal heart attack due to a congenital heart defect that went un-identified his entire life."

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Yeah, Hitlers are technically fine but so dull... had no imagination.

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Studio still life

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The Mosque at Marrakech

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Yeah, top down you'd have to juggle many pieces at once ;)

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Yep, slaves has been debunked for years. Also they needed healthy well fed workers to make such a big construction. In the Fall of Civilizations podcast the host mentions graffiti that suggests healthy competition amongst employees.

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Hare today, gone tomorrow....

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