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17th Century painter Johannes Vermeer has been an enigma since his work discovered in the early 1900s. How did the artist manage to exercise such consummate control over tone and blur hundreds of years before the color photograph was invented? One theory involves a camera obscura — an early optical device that could project an […]

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The word Trojan has many meanings, and when it is used without qualification in headlines, it’s hard to know which one is meant. An olden-day Trojan was an inhabitant of the ancient city of Troy, near modern Canakkale in Turkey, on the Anatolian side of the Dardanelles. The word is also short for Trojan horse. […]

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