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The Sierra Club was founded ‪#‎onthisday‬ in 1892 and John Muir was elected as its first President. In its first conservation campaign, the Sierra Club lead an effort to defeat a proposed reduction in the boundaries of Yosemite National Park.

Carleton Watkins made 30 mammoth plate and 100 stereograph views that were among the first photographs of Yosemite seen in the East. Partly on the strength of Watkins's photographs, President Abraham Lincoln signed the 1864 bill that declared the valley inviolable, thus paving the way for the National Parks system.

[Yosemite Falls from Below], negative 1865 - 1866; print about 1867, Carleton Watkins. http://bit.ly/1Awy6kI

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"In Focus: Animalia," opens today at the Getty Center. Spanning the history of photography, this exhibition examines the expanding tradition of animal representation through the works of artists such as Horatio Ross, Alfred Stieglitz, William Wegman, Pieter Hugo, and Taryn Simon, among others.
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In celebration of #WorldTurtleDay try to find the turtle in this elaborate tapestry. Studies made by two Dutch artists during an exploratory expedition to Brazil from 1637 to 1644 were the inspiration for this tapestry. 

Tapestry: Le Cheval rayé from Les Anciennes Indes Series, about 1692 - 1730, woven at Gobelins Manufactory. http://bit.ly/1KqPhr1
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More birthday wishes for Albrecht Dürer born #onthisday in 1471. The first Getty Foundation training grant for the Panel Paintings Initiative was devoted to the restoration of Albrecht Dürer’s seminal 1507 diptych Adam and Eve at the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain.*

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Eve in the studio at the Museo del Prado, Madrid. Photo: George Bisacca 

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"Art is omnipresent in nature, and the true artist is he who can bring it out." Albrecht Dürer was born #onthisday in 1471.

"Stag Beetle," 1505, Albrecht Dürer
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Celebrated throughout Europe for her mastery of pastel, Carriera likely created this image for Augustus III, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland.

A Muse, mid-1720s, Rosalba Carriera
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The Visions of the Knight Tondal, is a medieval tale about a wealthy Irish knight whose soul embarks on a journey through hell, purgatory, and heaven, during which he learns the wages of sin and the value of penitence. This sumptuous manuscript is the only known illuminated copy of the text and contains 20 miniatures. In this scene, Tondal's guardian angel shows the soul of the knight a burning valley in which murderers' should are cooked on a iron lid. Above it the slim, naked figures of the damned rise and fall in a graceful ballet or torment.

Leaf from Les Visions du chevalier Tondal, 1475, Simon Marmion 
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Memorial Day, observed on the last Monday of May, honors men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. http://bit.ly/1i5QTIe

Twenty-six thousand soldiers were killed or wounded in the Battle of Antietam on September 17, 1862, after which Confederate General Robert E. Lee was forced to retreat to Virginia. Just two weeks after the victory, President and Commander-in-Chief Abraham Lincoln conferred with General McClernand and Allan Pinkerton, Chief of the nascent Secret Service, who had organized espionage missions behind Confederate lines.

[President Lincoln, United States Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, near Antietam], October 4, 1862, Alexander Gardner. http://bit.ly/1Q2jlrs
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To celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity an exuberant illumination by Joris Hoefnagel.
Scorpionfly, Insect, Lizard, and Insect Larva, illumination added 1591 - 1596, Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - 1600) and Georg Bocskay (Hungarian, died 1575)
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One of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life, this drawing shows a fully opened peony bloom, viewed first from the front and then from the back, and one bud.

Studies of Peonies, about 1472 – 1473, Martin Schongauer, gouache and watercolor. http://bit.ly/1EjWukj

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Disk Earring with a Figure of Eros, 220 - 100 B.C., artist unknown, gold and pearls. Each disk pendant is composed of a U-shaped hook to which was attached a rosette and a pendant figure of Eros. The Eros figures hold a phiale (bowl) and torch. bit.ly/1AdCDrP
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The Getty is delighted to be celebrating #ArtMuseumDay  this weekend with so many of our SoCal museums partners including: +Los Angeles County Museum of Art +Hammer Museum +LagunaArtMuseum +MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Museum of Latin American Art, +SanDiegoMuseumofArt Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
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Welcome to the Getty! The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center features works of art dating from the eighth through the twenty-first century, showcased against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views of Los Angeles. The collection includes European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and European, Asian, and American photographs.
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Loved the amazing architecture. Shadows abound. The travertine blocks contain fossils for kids and adults to find. The gardens are beautiful. A great place to visit. Oh..and the art is vast and amazing.
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Mike Klubok
a month ago
This is a must see if you're in LA. For a $15 fee for parking, an entire carload can experience what the Getty Center has to offer. A great deal! The art exhibits, views of LA and the restaurant has good tasting food to boot. I wish we could have spent more time here. I also like the openness of the center as well.
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Edgar Barradas
2 months ago
This place its outstanding! There's many rooms with different exhibitions each one , there's a beautiful garden and just art everywhere you look , you also get a great 360 view of LA up here and best of all its FREE!
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Deepthi Bharadwaj
2 months ago
Loved the experience. It has a wonderful ambiance. Extraordinary collections of paintings.
Sms Gazette
2 months ago
One of the best, most interesting museums I have ever visited. Great exhibits, beautiful gardens and water features, and nice tours. An amazing place, especially for families. I'd recommend this place. One more stop on our S.C. bucket list!
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Nyssa Buck
7 months ago
I love the Getty Museum! I always have a lovely time, no matter how often I come. Their art collection is vast and they are constantly switching paintings and galleries, so there is always something new to look forward to. You take a self-guided tour with an iPod filled with interesting facts about the paintings and artists; you can also go on a group tour with a curator, or just wonder around the museum. The garden is very pretty with a wide assortment of flowers so something is always in bloom. There is a sketching room where you can pretend to be an artist (or show off your artistic skills) with various pieces of art to draw. The large windows give you beautiful views of Los Angeles and Santa Monica. Parking is $15 before 5 pm and $10 after, but the museum entry is free. The Metro 761 takes you straight to the museum if you don’t want to pay for parking.
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Brian O'Neill
4 months ago
I love to come here to explore the beautiful grounds, the incredible art, the amazing views, and just to get my cultural fix. This should be a must see for all tourists in the L.A. area, as well as local folk. I come here to see the exhibitions off and on as well. Recommend this place highly, and you don't even have to be an art person per se to appreciate all that this place offers. Seriously.
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Lilu Sda
5 months ago
Absolutely one of the must-visit places in la. The complex is beautiful with hedge maze, lawn and architectural statues. The art collection is vast and the museum always introduces new explosions as well. Truly appreciate such opportunity to freely enjoy the art and spend quality time.