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Art Gif Selection (Week 2)


Art Gif Selection (Week 2)

Time for our weekly dose of art history GIFs. Ladies and Gents, this week (it is our first Friday after official launch!) we give you:

1. Refreshing bitterly cold Goya smoothie for a start of the day

Source: Kiszkiloszki

Source: Kiszkiloszki

2. A naked man from Munch woodcut (well, it is July, we can)

Source: The Munch Museum

Source: The Munch Museum

3. Contemplating Frida

Source: tumblr

4. Paul Klee’s Techno

Source: Giphy

5. Have a great weekend everyone, cheers!

Source: Dobre Sztuki

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