Artwork – Work and Business on 1800s

Men Must Work and Women Must Weep James Webb (1835–1895) New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester Arts and Museums Service Market Square with Beasts, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk British (English) School St Edmundsbury Museums The Buttermarket, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Rose Mead (1867–1946) St Edmundsbury Museums Samuel Crompton Inventing the Spinning Mule Alfred Walter [...]

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Fashion & Costumes – Artwork

Quay Fair John Grenfell Moyle (c.1817–1893)                                                                                                  Penlee [...]

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Fashion & Costume – Throughout ages since 1500s

Syrian Chief Nicaise de Keyser (1813–1887) Lewes Town Hall Archdeacon George Hodges Rose Mead (1867–1946) St Edmundsbury Museums The Milk Seller Cornelis Dusart (1660–1704) The Barber Institute of Fine Arts Girl Shelling Peas Albert Chevallier Tayler (1862–1925) Penlee House Gallery & Museum Margaret Frissell Tellet (wife of John Quayle) Henry Barber of Derby Manx Museum [...]

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Natural World – Arts from Various Museums (Part 2)

Landscape with a Waterfall Lorenz Adolf Schönberger (1768–1847) Grosvenor Museum Panoramic View from the Miller's Tomb, Highdown Hill, Worthing William Challen Worthing Museum and Art Gallery Landslip, Cliff Town, Southend Charles Jayne (1815/1816–1891) Beecroft Art Gallery Southchurch Alfred Vickers (1786–1868) Beecroft Art Gallery Rum and Eigg from Ardtoe, Acharacle, Argyllshire James McIntosh Patrick (1907–1998) University [...]

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Natural World – Arts in Various Museums

Rydal Waterfall, Cumbria Joseph Wright of Derby (1734–1797) Derby Museum and Art Gallery Hills with Trees in the Foreground (recto) George Howland Beaumont (1753–1827) New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester Arts and Museums Service Rural Scene Berenger Benger (1868–1935) Worthing Museum and Art Gallery Morning on the Usk Henry John Boddington (1811–1865) Gallery Oldham [...]

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World’s Most Beautiful Girls – Jacqueline Jossa

Jacqueline Jossa is AN English histrion from Bexley, London, best notable for taking part in Lauren Branning within the BBC series EastEnders. She won Best Newcomer at the National tv Awards 2012. Jossa was born within the London Borough of Bexley.(born twenty nine October 1992)She trained at D&B Theatre faculty in Bromley followed by the [...]

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Brains vs Computers -Neural Network! What if the computer is starting to think like humans?

Writing in the article, and remember the fifth class was, then I simple task and was quite adept. Grade math teacher told me I was fascinated, "your head, and you're dead computer!" At that time, the "computer" without a word, and I did not know anything more than that, just knew, ediye wonders can be [...]

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