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Through the Looking Glass

by Robert McCracken Peck

On the Victorian era’s fascination with microscopes and all they revealed





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Current and coming: An Escher extravaganza in Houston - Currently on view in Houston: The largest Escher exhibition ever presented
Current and coming: Ghosts of art at the Getty - A show at the Getty explores the biggest waste of time in the history of art
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Selections from 100 years of Antiques covers: Late Spring edition - A selection of ANTIQUES covers from late spring publications
Through the Looking Glass - On the Victorian era’s fascination with microscopes and all they revealed
Current and coming: A tenacious impressionist at the Norton - A new exhibition celebrates Jane Peterson
This Other Eden - A history of Exbury Gardens, the Rothschild family’s vibrant demi-paradise in southern England
Current and coming: African perspectives at the Kimbell - A new exhibition highlights the beauty and utility of African art
Digital doings: Chatting from Winter in Spring, a Curious Cupid, and More - Chatting from Winter in Spring, a Curious Cupid, and More



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