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A blog for art, artists, historical and modern fashion, and anything piano-related. Oh, and a few cute puppies every so often.

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gyclli:

52675 Pyrus calleryana
by horticultural art

gyclli:

52675 Pyrus calleryana

by horticultural art

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Study: Music Education Could Help Close The Achievement Gap Between Poor And Affluent Students

musiceducators:

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Closing the achievement gap between low-income and affluent students could be as simple as do-re-mi.

In a study out Tuesday from Northwestern University, researchers looked at the impact of music education on at-risk children’s nervous systems and found that music lessons could help…

stilllifequickheart:

Youqing Wang
Slice of Chocolate Cheesecake
2011
vintage-vs-retro:

Thomas Kinkade

vintage-vs-retro:

Thomas Kinkade

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Emperor's Corridor, Prachov Rocks by (Stevacek)
stopdropandvogue:

Nadja Bender wears Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Fall/Winter 2014 in “La Canzone Del Mare" for Vogue Japan October 2014 photographed by Boo George

stopdropandvogue:

Nadja Bender wears Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Fall/Winter 2014 in “La Canzone Del Mare" for Vogue Japan October 2014 photographed by Boo George

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nypl:

On this day in 1921 A.A. Milne gave his son Christopher Robin a teddy bear for his first birthday. Today, that very same bear and a few other stuffed animals from Christopher’s childhood — you may know them better as Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends Piglet, Kanga, Eeyore and Tigger — reside here at The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building and are currently on display as part of the exhibition The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter. Come by and say hello to Pooh and his pals! 

nypl:

On this day in 1921 A.A. Milne gave his son Christopher Robin a teddy bear for his first birthday. Today, that very same bear and a few other stuffed animals from Christopher’s childhood — you may know them better as Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends Piglet, Kanga, Eeyore and Tigger — reside here at The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building and are currently on display as part of the exhibition The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter. Come by and say hello to Pooh and his pals! 

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