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Smithsonian Scientists Find that First Rainforests Arose When Plants Solved Plumbing...

WASHINGTON, D.C.- A team of scientists, including several from the Smithsonian Institution, discovered that leaves of flowering plants in the world’s first rainforests had more veins per unit area than leaves ever had before. They suggest that thi...

The Adler Gallery in Frankfurt Goes Out on a High Note

Frankfurt.- The Adler Gallery in Frankfurt will close before re-launching as a joint venture with the Parrotta Contemporary Gallery in Stuttgart. Before closing though, the Adler is offering Stuttgart a chance to savor the best from the artists they...

Museum Kunst Palast Dedicates Major Solo Exhibition to the German Artist...

DUSSELDORF.- Museum kunst palast dedicates a major solo exhibition to the artist Klaus Mettig (b. 1950 in Brandenburg), encompassing works from different creative periods. The show juxtaposes panorama photographs of the artist’s latest series Don&...

Exhibition Reveals How Gustave Courbet Realized the Vision of a Poetic...

FRANKFURT.- The French painter Gustave Courbet (1819–1877) ranks among the most fascinating nineteenth-century artists. He is regarded as the crucial pioneer of political realistic painting and as a revolutionary of the Paris Commune. But Courbet ...

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