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Same-sex desire shown at the British Museum The British Museum is the first National Public Museum in the world and was founded in 1753. Since the beginning has guaranteed free entrance to all visitors from around the world and today visitors are more than 6 million in a year. The Museum was originally stablished in 1753...
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The Homomonument, an LGBT symbol against discrimination In the center of Amsterdam, you can find a memorial named “Homomonument”, raised to commemorate gay and lesbian who have been persecuted. The idea became in 1970 when some homosexual activists were arrested for trying to bring a crown of lavender flowers to national war memorial “De Eendracht”...
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Caravaggio’s madness and his secret gay life Michelangelo Mesisi better known as “il Caravaggio” was born in Milan in 1571. He is one of the most famous Italian painters of all times. Caravaggio started an internship in Milan in 1584 with Simone Peterzano, a painter based on the Mannerism, a style that exaggerates proportion, balance...
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Giovanni Gastone de’ Medici best known as Gian Gastone was born in Florence in 1671. He had a very good relationship with his mother Margherita Luisa d’Orleans but not with his father Cosimo III de’ Medici. During his childhood he received the best education. He was very intelligent and showed some devotion to scientific interests...
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Uffizi Gallery in Florence and its Gay main leading exponents Florence is considered to be the place where Renaissance was born. This city is located in the middle of Tuscany and it has been declared by UNESCO as World Heritage site. Florence is full of culture, beautiful architecture, several monuments and an endless art history....
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The obsession of Hendrik Christian Andersen and his love for Henry James Hendrik Christian Andersen was a Norwegian artist, he used to live in Rhode Island but after an Euro trip with his family, at the age of 21, he decided to move to Rome and spend his life there. He was a sculptor, a painter...
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Michelangelo and Homosexuality Battle of the Centaurs, Conversion of Saul or The Last Judgment, in which of these artworks appear homosexual effusions?   A kiss between two men can be seen in one of the greatest masterpieces in the world: The Last Judgement. The fresco is exposed in the Sistine Chapel, and has been made...
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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