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NEWS: Now Streaming, November 2019

NEWS: Now Streaming, November 2019

We’ve made it through October and now with November, chillier weather and the holidays are on the horizon which means more time indoors. No better excuse to experiment with some new art for your TV and first up (and especially for this weekend), we recommend checking out our Dia de los Muertos gallery which was our Featured Gallery earlier this week. Here are a few other suggestions for galleries to stream this month >>

  • Nadar’s Empire of the Dead
  • Across the Eras
  • Claude Monet
  • Jellies
  • Thanksgiving

Halloween may be over, but our gallery Nadar’s Empire of the Dead is a spooky new addition to our History category comprised of some of the first photographs ever taken of Paris’s notorious underground network of catacombs from the 1860s. By request, we’ve also added Across the Eras, a compilation of various art movements throughout history in one place from Classical to Abstract for those who want to enjoy a mix of moods without having to change the gallery. In honor of what would be the father of Impressionism’s 179th birthday this month (November 14th), we have to recommend streaming the Claude Monet gallery. We’re very excited to announce we brought back our signature Jellies gallery, a mesmerizing display of exotic jellyfish swaying with the rhythms of the sea, and as well, for the month of November only, our Thanksgiving gallery is once again available to help you get in the mood for the upcoming holiday.

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From “Nadar’s Empire of the Dead”

 

From “Across the Eras”

 

From “Claude Monet”

 

From “Jellies”

 

From “Thanksgiving”

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