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Browse through photos of never-before-seen art at This Artwork Does Not Exist. The site was created by Philip Wang, and uses a generative adversarial network (GAN) to create images of artwork that don't actually exist.
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The Greater London area is home to thousands of parakeets, an invasive species that appears to be thriving in its new urban setting.

Photos: The Parakeets of London - The Atlantic

Spanish authorities have slapped an export ban on a painting a day before it was due to be auctioned with a starting price tag of 1,500 euros ($1,780), saying it could be a lost work by Italian Baroque master Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.

The oil-on-canvas work apparently depicts the Biblical passage of the Ecce Homo, in which Jesus Christ is presented to the crowds before being crucified. The 111-by-86-centimeter (44-by-34-inch) piece had been attributed to disciples of José de Ribera, a 17th-century Spanish painter who was fond of Caravaggio’s work.
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Spain: Work due for auction from $1,800 may be a Caravaggio

Jon Henry's photography project seeks to convey the impact of police violence on Black families.



Lighthouse at Cape Aniva, Sakhalin Island, Russia

Seemingly against all odds, the Aniva Lighthouse stands atop this rocky outcrop where it once lit the way for vessels navigating the fierce currents, hidden rocks, and frequent fogs of Cape Aniva on the island of Sakhalin. Russia's largest island, Sakhalin lies off the mainland's Far East coast, due north of the Japanese island of Hokkaido. The island was hotly contested by both Russia and Japan in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the late 1930s, when the Aniva Lighthouse was built, Russia controlled the northern half of Sakhalin while Japan controlled this, the southern part—so it was a team from Japan that built this lighthouse.

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From rundown churches to shuttered stores, this road trip across America offered up countless visual gems – as long as you opened your eyes to them

'A parallel universe': the rickety pleasures of America's backroads - in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Dozens of families pass daily through the Brownsville immigration depot in Texas, nearly all women with small children, telling the same story. Paul Handley documents their plight

Young mothers pin hopes on the American dream – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Hey, I'm not Bob Ross ... but I bought myself oil paints and I'm very proud to present my first painting to you.


Some of the top images from the 13 categories of nature photography featured in this year’s competition

Winners of the 2020 World Nature Photography Awards - The Atlantic


If you're looking for something easy on the eye, you've come to the right place.Ahead of the official announcement of the winning photographs for the

Electrical storm in lavender field and a marching army of sheep among the winners in Sony World Photography competition

Photographer Alex Grace captures her pet modelling all your lockdown essentials

Model behaviour: Luna the lockdown dog - in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Film-maker Abbie Lucas and journalist Paul Fleckney travelled the country to document the canine residents of the UK’s pubs

A bar's best friend: Britain's pub dogs – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

When Bob Dylan fans picked up copies of Bringing It All Back Home in 1965, they weren’t just struck by the electrified folk-rock of “Maggie’s Farm” and “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” Some were also intrigued by its cover, where a dapper Dylan was seen joined by a mysterious brunette in a red jumpsuit, holding a cigarette and staring down the camera.

Sally Grossman, Bob Dylan Cover Icon and Manager's Wife, Dead at 81 - Rolling Stone


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