Enlightenment

Hermitage Masterpieces at NGV: Treasures of the World Part 2

Hermitage Masterpieces at NGV: Treasures of the World Part 2

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A lively portrait in marble of French philosophe Voltaire by Marie-Anne Collot, on display at the NGV, reflects his ideal of progress we inherently follow today

Group-Business-People

Culture & Society: Trust, Love & Hope – Romance vs Reality

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A kind heart, a good soul, essential ingredients in a menu of goals we need to establish and reach for if we seek to find a balance between romance and reality

Ben Franklin Besst

Franklin & Jefferson – Founding The Architecture of Freedom

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The 18th century neoclassical movement in Europe and England admired the forms of ancient Greece and Rome. In America they became an important aspect of the architecture of freedom

Enlightenment – On Beauty and Thought Provoking Works

Enlightenment – On Beauty and Thought Provoking Works

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In 18th century Europe aesthetics was a field of study . Beautiful works were seen as thought provoking, but clearly distinguished from those considered sublime

Art of Living Well – Antiquity to a Villa in Australia Today

Art of Living Well – Antiquity to a Villa in Australia Today

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Our art of living well has evolved since antiquity in Europe to a residence in Australia today through a diverse and special mix of peoples and their cultures

Rock Star Physicist Brian Cox – Universal Wonders

Rock Star Physicist Brian Cox – Universal Wonders

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In stellar company on the Graham Norton Show Rock Star Physicist Brian Cox OBE, recently voted the world’s sexiest astronomer, is like a breath of fresh air in the world of science. Passionate, like Rock Star poet Lord Byron he is handsome, not pretty – tall and good looking enough to be taken seriously.