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23 February 2013 Imagine if the great historic photographs of the Civil War had been taken using modern cameras which could have captured the detail and the depth of the historic occasion in vivid color rather than black and white...Guntzelman
Mans Madsen began his remarkable trade by restoring and colorizing the portraits of Civil War officers. The young artist had developed a strong interest in the Civil War, he said, and adding color gave him a way to feel closer to the history. However,
Now, thanks to the work of 18-year-old artist Mars Madsen , we have some more, including the reworking of black-and-white photos of some famous historical figures and scientists. It's truly amazing how much life a bit of color can add to a photograph.
WSJ (11-7-12) Daniel Day-Lewis, who stars in the new movie "Lincoln," isn't the only person lending a contemporary voice to our 16th president. The Polish artist Krzysztof Wodiczko, renowned for his projections on facades and monuments around the
Television Q&A USA mum so far on Political Animals' return Akron Beacon Journal Q...The drama starring Sigourney Weaver was announced as a limited series event, or miniseries, which would suggest that it aimed to conclude with its final episode.
Existing methods require the user's input, either by using a scribbling tool to colour the image manually or by using a colour transfer. Institute for Infocomm Research, who along with colleagues developed the computer program. The user segments the
Mindless Self Indulgence and Morning Wood played The Worcester Palladium on March 3, 2012. Cloud Nothings Attack on Memory With Attack on Memory , the third full-length from Cleveland-based Cloud Nothings, 20-year-old frontman Dylan Baldi approaches
This movie was meant for us, they wanted French musicians and it alludes to moon landings and all that...French musical duet Air, who blew sales out of the sky with Moon Safari in 1998 (required background music for cooking any Jamie Oliver recipes,
Loie Fuller's Psychedelic Serpentine Dance Posted by Haystack on August 20, 2011 Via VictorianGothic.org : This 1896 Lumiere Brothers film captures a performance of Loie Fuller's Serpentine Dance. No, there was no LSD in the 1890s, but yes, there
Pace Gallery 545 West 22nd Street, Chelsea Through Aug. 26 On opening night of this unfocused, intermittently interesting group show Kate Gilmore and four other women in similar floral print dresses attacked a big block of wet clay...Increasingly