This article considers Camille Pissarro’s series paintings: how they developed, which major series he produced, and what he intended by painting them.
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We are all familiar with Monet’s famous series paintings of Grainstacks at Giverny and Rouen Cathedral. This series of articles investigates series painting, and the Impressionists who painted series.
Maintaining backups with Time Machine or third-party software over a WiFi network is very convenient, but when it goes wrong can be a devil to repair. Here’s how to unravel these problems.
Are we confident that economists who fail to spot their computational cock-ups are a steady hand guiding the tiller of international fiscal policy?
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