In 2018 Laura Young purchased a bust at Goodwill, a second-hand shop in the Texan city of Austin, for just $35 (£28). She photographed it strapped into the passenger seat of her car. An independent antique and vintage dealer, she told media she went into the thrift store ‘hoping to find something cool’.
Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler had much in common. The first was Italian yet he liberated and led the French nation. The latter was of Austrian birth but freed and championed the German people. Napoleon put an end to French revolutionary abuses. Adolf Hitler brought an end to the corruption and banking houses usurious deprivation following the victors’ vicious terms inflicted upon Germany after World War One.
While a group of ‘artists supported by identity researchers’, argued that Danish museums are overwhelmingly White (to the point that even their walls are symbolically white), the Danish public pushed back at ‘wokeness on steroids’.
A damaged painting bought at an antiques market for a few zlotys has turned out to be an extremely rare portrait of Fryderyk Chopin, potentially worth millions. The small oil on canvas is only one of a few that is known to be painted during Chopin’s lifetime.
In recent years, classical music has become one of the key targets of social-justice warriors. And in their rage against classical music, the self-chosen elites reveal that their crusade against ‘problematic’ culture is really a crusade against the supremacy of the best of Western civilisation itself.
The authorities want to fine him, and a museum from the United States is interested in military equipment. In 2015, a Panther tank, an anti-aircraft gun, a torpedo and other weapons from the Second World War were found in the house of a pensioner from Heikendorf.
An exhibition has opened in Berlin dedicated to the 14 million ethnic-German refugees who were expelled from their former homelands at the end of World War II.
The most inflammatory, politically woke Turner Prize shortlist so far has been announced. It signals not only the death of the individual artist but, in time, the end of our great art institutions.
Grand Duke Nicholas Konstantinovich of Russia (1850 – 1918) was the first-born son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich who was the younger brother of the Russian emperor Alexander II, and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna of Russia. He was also the grandson of Tsar Nicholas I and cousin of Tsar Alexander III.
Orthodox Easter for the year 2021 is celebrated/ observed on Sunday, May 2.
Many countries around the world celebrate Orthodox Easter like Romania, Republic of Macedonia, Lebanon, Cyprus, Greece, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Russia.