High Line in New York City

High Line Park in Manhattan An elevated railroad out of use has become a recreational park on the West Side in New York. It is known as the High Line, and this area was completely rebuilt. Since its opening in 2009, the city has been integrated with a beautiful tour of Chelsea and the trendy Meatpacking district. New York High LineThe New York HL stands out for its sustainable design. Also for its artistic design: the High Line Art. It is …

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Coronavirus Outbreak : USNS Comfort hospital ship arrives in New York harbor

Coronavirus Outbreak : USNS Comfort hospital ship arrives in New York harbor The USNS Comfort arrived this Monday, March 30 at NYV. where is the front of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. It is carrying a message to all New Yorkers that the Navy is “with you” and “remains engaged in this fight,” said Rear Admiral John Mustin. It is the Army hospital ship, which contains 1,000 beds. also a dozen operating rooms and a medical laboratory. It …

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Thomas Rowlandson Erotic Draws on MET on Line

Thomas Rowlandson Erotic Draws Thomas Rowlandson Erotic Prints:  T.R. was born in Old Jewry, a London Jewish quarter, the son of a merchant. He entered the Royal Academy and at 17 he traveled to Paris to study. He toured all over Europe making drawings and notes of other cultures In 1776 he exhibited a drawing called Delilah visiting Samson in prison. His career as a painter was interrupted by a stroke of good luck as he received an inheritance of …

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Jacques Louis David: Travel to Louvre & The MET

Jacques Louis David: Visit to Louvre & The MET Jacques-Louis David, French painter born in Paris and died in Brussels (1748-1825). He is the painter who best embodies the spirit of neoclassicism and French neoclassicist painting. He was a disciple of Vien, entered the Royal Academy and got in 1774, the pension of Rome, where he remained five years. Returned to Paris and was admitted as a number scholar in 1783. Since 1789 he took an active part in the …

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