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Getty

(ˈɡɛtɪ)
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(Biography) J(ean) Paul. 1892–1976, US oil executive, millionaire, and art collector
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A continuation of this flowering of Ferrarese studies can be seen in two new books: a monograph by Joseph Manca on Cosme Tura, a leading painter at the Este court in the late Quattrocento; and a study by Kurt Barstow of the sumptuous Gualenghi-d'Este Hours, now in the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
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Lee Martin, senior vice president, global strategic development at Getty Images, and Lionel Reina, CEO of APO Group.
The world-famous J Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles recently announced the acquisition of 105 glass plate holograms by 20 artists related to the C-Project (C stands for the mathematical symbol for speed of light), a collaboration developed in the early 1990s between a group of internationally renowned contemporary artists and holographers who experimented with the hologram process.
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I'm pleasantly surprised by the drama Trust on BBC2 - the true story of the 1973 kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, heir to an oil fortune.