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  • Are the art pieces featured in Don't Eat the Pictures worthy of having articles for? I know at least a couple we already have, as they're referenced elsewhere, but I'm figuring that since certain pieces were deliberately chosen, they should be mentioned somewhere here (either as the artwork or the artist).

    Thoughts?

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    • Absolutely. We should cover them by artist.

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    • Yeah, I think lack of screengrabs and/or identifications (any identified on-screen, that should be specified) is the only reason they hadn't been done.

      If anything falls into the artist unknown category, then by title (we've already done that for a couple of Greco-Roman pieces).

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    • Sounds good to me. I'll see what I can create.

      Maybe, I could screengrab as much work as possible and gallery it here and we can pick them out as we ID them.

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    • Are you screengrabbing from the commercial DVD? I can dig my copy out if need be.

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    • No, it's from a VHS copy I just got.

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    • The Met also has this: a search of their entire collection, which may not be all that helpful since there's almost half a million pieces in there.

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    • Here's some of the works (pretty much everything that is shown with the characters interacting with them, aside from anything featured in "Broken and Beautiful" or "Mothers and Children"):

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    • I'm headed to bed shortly, but I'll get some DVD upgrades to those tomorrow prolly.

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