Android : 👉 Notre-Dame de #Paris en couleurs à loccasion du centenaire de 1918. #secretsdhistoire consacre un numéro spécial de son magazine à « la vieille reine de nos cathédrales » selon lexpression de Victor Hugo (en kiosque aujourdhui). 💚💙💛🧡🧡❤💜 #rainbowmw #MuseumWeek

Hootsuite Inc. : At the beginning of the twentieth century, a distinctly black LGBTQ culture took shape in Harlem. The Harlem Renaissance (1920-1935) was particularly influential to this process.

BLOG: A Brief History of Voguing: s.si.edu/2yPMvxv #RainbowMW #SmithsonianPride

iPhone : #MuseumWeek #WomenInCulture #RainbowMW
Die Restauratorin Ulrike Lehnert ist am #RGZM die Herrin der #Farben 🌈 : Sie restauriert nicht nur, sondern koloriert auch die Repliken, für die das RGZM so bekannt ist, so dass man sie kaum vom Original unterscheiden kann!

Android : Roman glass Royal Ontario Museum with its decaying layers & iridescent effect has just about every colour of the #RainbowMW depending on where and what type of lighting. This piece from Syria dates to about 200-300 CE

#MuseumWeek #MuseumWeek2019 #Museumwork #Roman #Glass

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Android : Theres so much colour to be found in our own local wildlife: the wings of a common starling (Sturnus vulgaris) display a dazzling display thanks to the microscopic structure of the feathers.
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Android : Chegou a hora do verde. Selecionamos um presépio cuja confecção remonta ao período pré-colombiano e miniaturas de paramentos litúrgicos. #RainbowMW #MuseumWeek 💚

Android : 📷 Índios – Cenas do dia a dia, c.1975. Mato Grosso, Brasil. Fotografia de Maureen Bisilliat / Acervo IMS

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#WomenInCulture 👩‍🎨

iPhone : 👉 Notre-Dame de #Paris en couleurs à loccasion du centenaire de 1918. #secretsdhistoire consacre un numéro spécial de son magazine à « la vieille reine de nos cathédrales » selon lexpression de Victor Hugo (en kiosque aujourdhui). 💚💙💛🧡🧡❤💜 #rainbowmw #MuseumWeek

Android : #RainbowMW Red, this large section of #Roman painted wall plaster came from a 1st century AD timber framed shop in Cirencester. Colouring for wall plaster came from Vermillion (mercury sulphide) from the mineral cinnabar.