How the Devil Got His Horns: A Diabolical Tale
There is no description of the devil’s appearance in the Bible, so where did the familiar red, horned and tailed figure come from? Art historian Alastair Sooke reveals how the devil’s image was created by artists in the Middle Ages, and why the embodiment of evils appears in different guises: tempter, tyrant and rebellious angel.
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Rosalind Russell: Life is a Banquet
The star of Auntie Mame, His Girl Friday, Gypsy, and scores of other memorable films and Broadway shows, Rosalind Russell came into her own during...
The Real Revolutionaries
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Che Guevara - The Body & The Legend
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A Joyful Noise
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Joan Baez: How Sweet the Sound
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Bond of Strangers
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High Art of the Low Countries
Beyond the clichés of windmills and clogs, the Low Countries have given us some of world’s most compelling works of art, from the luminous detail of Rembrandt’s The...