The Four Statues of Liberty by the Sculptor Bartholdi

The Four Statues of Liberty by Auguste Bartholdi The Statue of Liberty is that huge bronze statue that dominates the mouth of the Hudson River and is located south of Manhattan. It was a good gift that the French people made in 1886, to the American people to commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the United States of 1776 The First: New York City – 1886 The French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was in charge of designing it and carrying …

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Yayoi Kusama in NY Botanical Garden

Yayoi Kusama exhibits at NY Botanic Gardens

The New York Botanical Garden will exhibit works by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama From May 2 to November 1, 2020.

This exhibition was specially designed to capture and illuminate the artist’s commitment to nature during the seasons. This is from spring to fall.

Yayoi Kusama in NY Botanical Garden
Yayoi Kusama exhibits at NY Botanic Gardens

The exhibition will be distributed among the 250 acres of the NY Botanical Garden. There they will show Yayoi Kusama’s fascination for the natural world. Nature-based paintings, paper works and botanical sketches will be present.

In addition, exclusive mirrors and a horticultural showcase at the Enid A. Haupt ConservatoryIn addition, new works created by the artist will be exhibited. One of them
It is a great pumpkin made exclusively for the Botanical Garden of NY. A participatory greenhouse facility will also be designed throughout the exhibition.

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Ancient Collectible Coins: Spanish Pillar Dollar

Spanish Pillar Dollar: Influence on American Currencies

A collaboration of Marty Martinez

Spanish Origin of Sign $

The beliefs of the fifteenth century included, among other things, the absolute danger of sailing past the Pillars of Hercules. Thus they were called at that time two promontories located in the Strait of Gibraltar: Mount Calpe to the north (Gibraltar) and the Rock of Abila to the south (Ceuta).

This was the obligatory passage of the mare nostrum (the Mediterranean) to the greater and unknown part of the enormous Atlantic Ocean. And according to the mythology of Antiquity, the colossal Hercules would have written in both columns the lapidary warning. Nec plus ultra “not beyond” (ie: do not trespass).

Spanish Pillar Dollar: Influence on American Currencies - Bank Tennessee 50

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