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The entries for my blog carnival were not as good as I would have liked. But here is the one I received. Enjoy

Lee presents The visage of a ravishing, young woman appears again and again in the art of Sandro Botticelli, Early Italian Renaissance painter. It is a face that is almost as familiar to art lovers all over the world as that of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Botticelli’s model for his most famous art work, The Birth of Venus, was the beautiful Simonetta Vespucci. She was once nominated “The Queen of Beauty”. … read the whole story here…

Simonetta Vespucci – The Face That Launched A Thousand Prints | eArtFair . com posted at eArtFair . com.

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  1. Wow, I feel honored!

    If it makes you feel any better, my new Blog Carnival ‘No Name for Art’ is well, receiving quite a few of ‘undesirable’ entrees.

    The way I go around it:
    1. find a theme in the entries.
    2. scour the blogs of the people who obviously want to be included for something meaningful, of the best quality they have…
    3. complement it with your own articles following that theme…
    For the last carnival, I think I had to write 2 articles to ’round-out’ the submissions…
    4. hang in there.

    🙂

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