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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Cruise Travel with Volunteer Passengers

Cruise Travel with Volunteer Passengers in 2021 The United States Government approves cruise trips with volunteer passengers The United States authorized the cruise industry on Tuesday to carry out simulated trips with volunteer passengers as a way to speed up a possible reactivation of this industry by mid-July from the country’s ports. According to health authorities, if shipping companies can guarantee that the vast majority of crew members (98%) and passengers (95%) are vaccinated, they may be able to restart …

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How Many People will Travel the World?

How many People Travel the World?: 2020    2019    2018   2021   2021: United States Government Approves Cruise Trips In March 2021, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), which represents 95% of companies with ocean cruises, issued a statement. According to CLIA, between March and September 2020 these companies had global losses of 77,000 million, 23,000 million dollars in salaries and 518,000 jobs. In Miami-Dade County alone, cruise activity produces about $ 7 billion a year and directly and …

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A Picasso in New York

A Picasso in New York A large, vibrantly colored portrait by Pablo Picasso of his lover and muse Marie-Thérèse Walter fetched $ 103.4 million at a Christie’s auction held in New York on Thursday. The bidding for Femme assise près d une fenêtre (Woman sitting by a window)   started at $ 45 million and soon after surpassed $ 55 million, the approximate value that the auction house experts had given it, to end in a price $ 90 million hammer, …

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Visit City Hall Station in New York

City Hall Station , New York City subway First New York City subway was built and operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT). Open on October 27, 1904, to the enjoy of New York elevated train and streetcar riders. City Hall Station The City Hall station on the IRT local track was have with fine architectural detail. These including glass tiles and large chandeliers. However, the Gustavino vaulted ceilings and skylights were lost on busy commuters, and the stop …

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