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Though paintings and sculptures are most often the first things that come to mind when fine art is mentioned, architecture, music, dance, photography, printmaking, and theater created for their beauty, rather than utility, are also fine art. Stroll on in to our Fine Art category to ask and answer questions about fine art in all its forms.
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Picture of Inside a House 1666Since the camera was developed in the mid-1800s there won't be any photographs, of course.You will need to find paintings or sketches. Try browsing the art of famous 17th century artists. Jan Vermeer is one who did interior scenes. See the link to the right for one plac…
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A print would be highly unlikely, as the work "Rock of Ages, Sands of Time" comprises 544 panels, spanning the earth's geological history. It's available in book form at any major bookseller (or you can order it.)
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Museums and art galleries usually sell prints of famous art works. There are 'clip art' collections on disc that can be purchased, and most have a landscape category and an Old Masters category. These images are all safe to use for reproduction without any copyright issues.
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Where to Buy Painting in Paris There are actually many places, but the most abundant concentration of street artists in Paris is in Montmarte. Montmarte is a sort of bohemian artistic community in Paris. Atop this 300 foot hill is the Sacre Coeur, a basilica that is, of course, open to the pu…
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Do you mean Herman Raymond, a landscape artist from Oklahoma? If I know for sure, I can provide some information. I am not sure - I have an oil painting of a barn scene that is just signed "Raymond".
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Answer Raffaello Sanzio (b. 1483, Urbino, d. 1520, Roma)
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Mausoleum of Galla Placidia in Ravenna Unfortunately, I can't answer the specific question, but here's a link to information on the impressive mausoleum in Ravenna associated with her name. I hope it's some use to you. See the Related Link for "Basilica di San Vitale" to the bottom for the answe…
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Drawing the Human Face Start with a picture of the person's face. Use the picture to draw the shape of the person's head. Next, add the eyebrows and then the eyes. Finish the rest of the facial features and your end product will be a drawing of the person's face in the picture. If you want to dra…
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Image Databases Rijksmuseum database(!) http://www.rkd.nl/ Metropolitan Museum http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/splash.htm Insight http://www.davidrumsey.com/collections/ There are also online collections of 'clip art', just do a web search, and stock photography collections like Digital Stock. Y…
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If they are open edition pieces, probably not very much. His Limited Edition pieces are worth a little more. Carson's works are serigraphs which is a 75¢ word meaning "silk screen. Most of his works were sold for the decorator art trade. Many were sold by MLM home shows by companies like Home Inter…
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Originals and Prints First poster was right, second poster was sort of right. Prints are reproductions, PRINTMAKING is a technique by which one can make art, (painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpting are all examples). If you're talking about purchasing one or the other, they are definitely two dis…
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Artist's Paint Acrylic paint, as we know it, was first used by artists in the early 1960's and has grown more popular over time.
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Try some of these websites, www.youtube.com www.drawingnow.com www.google.com www.howtodrawmanga.com www.ask.com Hope some of them help you:)
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There is no simple answer. If the painting is signed and if you can work out the name, first try to find out more by using websearches. (Note that many paintings are signed on the back). Also try to work out the genre and period; at the risk of pointing out the obvious, if the painting is signed 'Ja…
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I am his daughter. What do you need to know? I have one of his pictures that he drew called The Compleat Golfer and want to know how much it is worth.
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Photo References Of course not. Just about every, if not every great artist uses models. A photo reference is a single dimensional model. +++++++++++ I felt the same way when I was in art school. A professor then pointed out to me that if I could retain all the knowledge I would need as referen…
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George Braque (1882-1963) painted "The Portuguese" in 1911. The painting is a 46 1/4 X 32 1/4 inch oil on canvas portrait in Analytic Cubism style. He is primarily recognized as a co-founder with Picasso of cubism.
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The neoclassicists held the belief that man was the supreme power of all, the center of all thought and truth. As said by Alexander Pope, "the proper study of mankind is man." They held strictly to reason and order, to intellect and precision. They attempted to achieve perfection. Opposing them was …
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Art WorkSome art work is created in the form of a print block. Prints off of the block would all be originals, but there would be multiples of it. Many prints are numbers, 234 of 1000 for example. Another type is when a mold is created and castings are made. Each casting is an original piece of art,…
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I completely agree, but neither of us would be considered to be appreciative of fine art. I agree with you as well, but 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder.' Over 20 years ago two young men played a joke (not thinking it would go anywhere in the art world) and got chickens, dipped their feet in p…
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The world's most expensive piece of art is 'Garcon a la Pipe' (Boy With a Pipe), by Pablo Picasso. It was sold at an auction at Sotheby's in New York for $104 million. Picasso painted this masterpiece at the age of twenty four. Many factors create higher and lower auction prices, in 2011 there have …
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A streak of pessimism runs through much contemporary art and entertainment. Dystopian fiction was particularly popular in the 1960s, at the height of the Cold War.
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The market will determine a value for a work like this. Sometimes markets are hot, other times, not. Contact a dealer or gallery for an estimate. They aren't free, but will be more accurate than any guess by a non-professional. There are some online services like Ask Art that you can join for a whi…
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The buyer willing to pay the most for the painting cited might be found at an auction. But most auctions don't let you have a "minimum price" or "reserve" figure in place, which is where unless a given minimum is met, you don't have to sell it. Auction services take a large percentage from sellers.…
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Blue is found on a world map more than any others, because oceans cover 80% of the earth's surface.
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According to his biography, "Diego is perhaps best known by the public world for his 1933 mural, "Man at the Crossroads," in the lobby of the RCA Building at Rockefeller Center" which was subsequently destroyed because of the portrait of Lennon. Many Americans are familiar with his painted for the C…
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s gruber was born in 1911 and not in 1921 as stated
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Some say, Lucas Cranach (1472-1553). (Please see the link below for information on Cranach.) Other candidates might be members of the Medici family.St. Luke the Evangelist was the patron saint of artists.
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If you mean "Winslow Homer", you can get all the info from: http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/people/A0824048.html
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Mona Lisa and the Statue of David (I'm not sure those two belong on the list because one was a commissioned portrait and the other was a statue of a biblical character) I'd add these controversial paintings to the list: JMW Turner's "Slave Ship"; Jacques-Louis David's "The Death of Marat"; Goya's "…
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The visitor will find the Mona Lisa with other Italian and Spanish paintings on the 1st floor of the Denon wing.
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Baroque painting came in response to Renaissance Art. The Renaissance was focused on religious Mannerism, which consisted of flattened forms and complex compositions. Baroque art was heavily influenced by the Counter-reformation and thus more interested in dramatic scenes of saints and history paint…
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Answer The most basic element of art is emotion. Answer I don't know if you can really name one element most basic, but it might be line.
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1. Resemblance to a human figure for purpose of conveying ideas. 2. Luminosity representing shiny and unflawed skin. 3. Youthfulness representing vitality and fertility. 4. Reserved demeanor representing a person in control. 5. Balance and proportion through material choices
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NZ art reflects the things going on in New Zealands culture at that time..Before the arrival of the Europeans (about 1870 in any numbers) the Maori had a highly developed culture in music, oral literature, painting and in particular, sculpture and carving in wood and natural stone. Their art was hig…
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Chiaroscuro is a method for applying value to a two-dimensional piece of artwork to create the illusion of a three-dimensional solid form.For more information, see the related link.
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How to learn at museums the first timeIf one has never visited a museum, one should follow this basic structure.1. Make a plan. Using a map, look at the possible routes through the museum. Make sure to include most of the exhibits you want to see.2. Distribute notepads and pens. Have students copy a…
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Dizzying pitch Black with swirls of flesh red and tiny bright spots of blinding hope
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http://www.qlt.com/store/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=400A&qts=google14&qtk=g14-4 the answer is that is easier to order the mugs themselves preprinted as they have to be special cup and requires special and costly equipment to make this all possible. I'm looking at the same thi…
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Who invented op art ?please tell me i know when it started 1964 i hope that helps sorry that's they only thing i know in Britain 1956. Op art was actually invented by Bridget Riley. :D
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The statement is pretty self-explanatory. It means that initially the Abbasids took the power but within 150 years, their power had declined. As a result, local rulers who were previously controlled by the Abbasid king became free and so the rule of abbasid was broken and the power was split among t…
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egyptians were really into there art, art can range from the scribe, Egyptian wall carvings to the actual casing in death. no contempory styles were used, they didn't have artists painting, carving etc. some also say the pyramids were art, and the sphinx.
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to become an art teacher it takes a lot of responsibility but first you have to learn all about the fashion/passion of art.The first thing you do is get a degree then join in art stuff and learn more
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It is the pedosphere that is the outmost layer of the earth where things grow.
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NeoPopRealism first created and coined by Nadia Russ in 1989 when she created her first NeoPopRealism ink drawings. January 4, 2003, she created a word NeoPopRealism. NeoPopRealism is a new style of visual arts. It's meant to reflect the attitude of the 21st Century, combining the brightness and sim…
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Good furniture design is a combination of form and function. The piece must be useful for its intended purpose. It must also be pleasing aesthetically.
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i think we should just pu it as a curiculum class so students that dont like art dont do what the dont want to do and for the students that do want to do it can go and for the better the students that pay to go acts as a fund raiser
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Answer There is a lot of French influence in Lorenzo Ghiberti's work
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what is a ted blaylock lithograph with a minted 24kt medallion worth
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Visual Artists from <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-Microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />India are many, and since the cannonical western academic fine art came to stay in India since 1857 (the year in which Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai was founded), there have been many artists…
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Have.feeling in arts get ideas easily from daily hgs eg. Garden house Already no what to do next and the finished product
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In ancient Egypt, stone sculpture and painted reliefs of couples furnished the tombs of the elite. Standing or seated, idealized and youthful, they were created for eternal togetherness (48.111). In the more recent art of sub-Saharan Africa, figures of couples, usually carved in wood, are abstract…
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There is a great visual musical tool from British Columbia, originally produced by Mr. Terry Graham AKA Tall Terry, it' s 2 surimposed rotating cardboard disks with windows, stapled together with an axle. I believe called " Tall Terry' s musical wheel ". On the top wheal are all the names of all the…
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Answer excerpt from "Aboriginal Art online" by Basil Hall and Rose Cameron: Limited edition prints are original works of art that have been created by the artist on a stone, metal plate, block or acetate sheet for a specific printmaking process. Archival quality paper and special inks are …
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Poo catchers
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Surrealism is a very interesting style of painting. It involves painting about things that can appear in dreams, fantasy stories or maybe even on television. Surrealism was formed in the 20th century in 1924 by André Breton in Paris, France.This type of artwork is produced in a 2D format and is wel…
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Art can influence society as showing different view points from individuals towards a topic, that someone may see in a different light. This may influence individuals to start looking at situations differently.
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Answer amorino, cupid and putto are terms used to design naked infant children, but amorino and cupid have small wings, while putto does not have them: cupid in addition has bow and arrows.
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Daily from 0900 to 1800, except Tuesdays, Jan 1st, May 1st and Christmas Day
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He has 92 recorded paintings painted.
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Answer yes. if you put the biggest ones by themselves,the put the two smallest ones together.
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It will increase your ability to understand, appreciate, produce, clearly discuss, and enjoy art. That makes FIVE benefits, so just take your pick.
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In Western art, Manet's 'Olympia' is one painting that was controversial in it's own time. This is a subjective answer because there will always be controversial art. Marcel Duchamp's 'Nude Descending a Staircase #2' was also very controversial when it was first shown in America at the Armory Show i…
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Answer Classical art dates back to as early as 500 B.C. during the rise of the Greek Empire. The Greeks celebrated the human figure through sculpture in highly naturalistic detail. This is one of the eras defining qualities. After the Romans conquered the Greeks they still regarded Greek cultur…
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Mix equal proportions of red and green to make brown. If you want it more of a reddish hue such as "burnt sienna", then add more of the red. If you want it more of a darker brown hue, add more of the green. Here's a tip : use the darkest red (like alizarin crimson) and the darkest green (like Sap…
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you can find it in a gallery .redbubble.com/people/o7suri
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Ares in Greek mythology is painted as a violent fighter and most Gods tend to stay away from him. Mars, however, is portrayed more as a leader of legions in Rome; a role model. Still violent, yes, but not as rejected. It depends on the period, really. Early Greeks painted more than they sculpted, s…
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There are six editions of Maillol's Air, located at the Kröller-Müller Museum, Jardin des Tuileries, J. Paul Getty Museum, Norton Simon Museum, and Kimbell Art Museum.
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Autonomy (Greek: Auto-Nomos - nomos meaning "law": one who gives oneself his/her own law) is the right to self-government. Autonomy is a concept found in moral, political, and bioethical philosophy. Within these contexts, it refers to the capacity of a rational individual to make an informed, un-coe…
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Acrylic is a man made organic polymer made from chemical compounds that contain the acryloyl group derived from acrylic acid.
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Light. The 'blue' object absorbs all the white light that collides with is except the 'blue' light, which is relected back up to the environment, including your eyes. Blue is also the best colour if you are a blonde.... it makes your boobs bigger!
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All artwork makes demand on the audience. They require the audience to make inferences about the piece based on context and culture.
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No Baroque painter portrayed Persephone and Adonis. A work portraying Venus and Adonis was incorrectly titled "Persephone and Adonis" by someone on their web site a year ago.
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Have the job done by a reputable professional art restorer. If the painting is valuable (or of sentimental value to you) don' t try a DIY job.  
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Answer art is the things that you want to create especially in expressing to a certain thing to enhance your skills like in painting. sculpture, music and many more. ---His art - that is his writing - can be defined by its rich lushness of his imagery, the passionate intensity of his emotion he…
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There is no one right answer to this question. Art has several functions, and which function it serves depends on the context in which it is used. Art can for example have the function to:- promote a philosophical idea- entertain- educate- help clarify a message (like when art is used to accompany a…
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Answer If you mean the Argentinian sculptor José Luis Torres (born in Necochea, Buenos Aires, 1968) please follow the web links to the left. Hope this helps! See Related Links See the Related Links for "The Art of José Luis Torres - In Spanish" to the bottom for the answer.
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Edvard Munch
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Modern art is art that fits into a period of time in the 20th century, usually divided into art before WW II and art after. Inclusive in this period are sub sections like Dadaism, Expressionism, Surrealism, Pop Art, and Cubism. Art produced currently is termed as Post-Modernism.
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Blue and yellow
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the uncertainty and anxiety post ww1 influenced art and literature
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if you want to live a peace life,if you want to study properly,if you want privecy than definitely you need separate family system
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Although I haven't ever done any real research in this field, I have heard that the government in Ireland is supportive in promoting art, and as far as I understand that's the reason that there are a lot of painters.
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H. Raymond, the painter was born in 1924. Herman Raymond taught and painted in Colorado Springs from 1951 to 1954. He was born in Brooklyn, New York.
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afte is short for 'art from the everyday'. See link
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Jackson Pollock and Willem De Kooning
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Many of the pieces are valued at a price close to $10 to $15 each, The amount will vary depending upon the exact piece and the condition that it is in.
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The names for colors came about the same way the names for all other things came about. The words we use today, such as the words for colors, can be traced back to the origins of written languages, which means that they date from before history was written. Since the word for blue, for example is di…
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Art Naturalism refers to the depiction of realistic objects in a natural setting. The Realism movement of the 19th century advocated naturalism in reaction to the stylized and idealized depictions of subjects in Romanticism, but many painters have adopted a similar approach over the centuries. One e…
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He did it in offset lithograph. This is a process in which a smooth stone or metal or paper plate is used to make an inked impression on a rubber blanket that transfers it to the paper being printed, instead of being made directly on the paper.
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Portraiture is the doing of making portraits. It is not a painting, sculpture or photograph of someone. That is the definition of portrait.
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to show there art of because they all don't get in gallaries
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try this method that I had very good luck with: 1/4 cup salt in brown paper bag(not plastic) put flowers in head first and shake vigorously this will remove any dust that has collected. Remove carefully from bag and you will nitice the difference. If long stemmed dflowers use a large paper shopping …
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