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If the words you spoke appeared on your skin, would you be more careful about what you said? (artist: ronit bigal) Ah, also the words you think! Now Quotes, Great Quotes, Quotes To Live By, Life Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Motivational Quotes, Truth Quotes, The Words, Beautiful Words

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I have a beautiful canvas in my home! Her Deaf works are gorgeous.she has a beautiful talent/gift of drawing hands! Sign Language Art, American Sign Language, Libra, Deaf Art, Drawing Hands, Deaf Culture, Language Lessons, First Art, Artist At Work

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Milan, Italy 1880 by Mary Thornley. Photograph by Gallaudet University. Deaf Art, Francisco Goya, Deaf Culture, Mary J, Milan Italy, Sign Language, Literature, History, Conference

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Slava Raškaj January 1877 – 29 March was an artist considered to be the greatest Croatian watercolorist of the late and early century. Deaf since birth, Raškaj was schooled in Vienna and Zagreb, where her mentor was the Croatian painter Bela Čikoš Sesija. Women In History, Art History, Deaf Art, Nova, Early Middle Ages, Deaf Culture, Daily Painters, Album, More Pictures

Slava Raškaj (2 January 1877 – 29 March 1906) was an artist considered to be the greatest Croatian watercolorist of the late 19th and early 20th century. Deaf since birth, Raškaj was schooled in Vienna and Zagreb, where her mentor was the Croatian painter Bela Čikoš Sesija.

Helen Galloway McNicoll "Self Portrait" Born in Toronto, she became deaf in childhood as a result of Scarlet Fever. Deaf Art, Study In London, Moving To England, Group Of Seven, Deaf Culture, Of Montreal, Canadian Artists, Figurative Art, Portraits

History of Art:Helen Galloway McNicoll (1879-1915)

Helen Galloway McNicoll (1879-1915) was a Canadian impressionist painter. Born in Toronto, she became deaf in childhood as the result of scarlet fever. She attended the Art Association of Montreal, studying under William Brymner from 1899. In 1902 she moved to England to study in London at the…