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Paintings by Russian artists have long been auctioned by Sotheby’s and Christie’s to wealthy buyers and can even be found in many museums of art all over the World.

Connoisseurs of art admire Russian painting and collectors spend millions dollars to own these masterpieces. Here's 10 most expensive paintings by Russian artists that can be yours if you bet on Euromillions lottery and are lucky enough to land the winning jackpot.

1. Kazimir Malevich – 60 million dollars

The painting saw the light of day in 1916 and stayed with the artist until June 1927. Malevich exhibited his work... Read More

We manage to ruin one of the most important parts of people’s lives.

Child education is the time when foundations must be lain. Unfortunately these foundations are often flawed.

Teachers struggle to accurately communicate new concepts. Children are bored instead of amazed at new information.

There are people who experience more successful teaching. Often additional mediums are mentioned as being effective.

Humans are made to enjoy many senses. Why do we expect children to simply read and listen?

The use of images during child education can add benefits for... Read More

NEET exams are one of the most competitive and coveted engineering entrance exams in the country. Several thousands of students appear for the NEET exams every year and just a minuscule percentage of them are able to crack the exams.

Preparations for NEET exams require meticulous planning and a strong strategy. You will also need to start your preparations well in advance. Some students start their preparation months, even years, ahead of NEET exams. There is nothing that can replace hard work and long-term planning.

Here are some points that can help you to prepare your... Read More

With a dream of being a part ofthe future academia, PhD candidates voluntarily join the league of researchers with a vague idea of the uphill battle ahead.However, this fervor doesn’t last for long as soon they feel demotivated to move ahead and instead choose an easier option.According to a recent study, it has come to notice that more than 35% of PhD candidates quit their PhDs in between.

Themajor discouraging element during their PhD journey remains inadequate support system. Advisor - Advisee relationship is an obligatory quandary which each candidate has to experience. Candidates... Read More

'I love doing my Math homework' said no student ever. Well, that's not entirely true as studies say that four in ten students in the USA claim they hate doing Math problems, which means that six of them still find some satisfaction in finding answers to problems.

But all is not lost when it comes to Math problems as students can now benefit from online math homework help offered by top writing companies such as homeworkhelpdesk.com. By accessing https://homeworkhelpdesk.org/math students can find out how they can get the help, they need to complete their Math assignments on time and... Read More

Looking for quality photo collage ideas? You’re not the only one! History is testament to our growing fascination with photo collages. Collages are always considered vibrant, attractive and refreshing in equal measure. There are tons of fun collage ideas available that you can always tap in order to lend a special touch to your home/workplace or even make someone’s day with it as a special gift! You will have tons of inspirational ideas and tips to go through when it comes to collages.

Photographic packaging as a sector, has greatly evolved in today’s digital age and collages have not... Read More

When we were kids, and by kids I mean a decade ago, what we learned in school was considered the final word, or the gospel truth you can say. And knowledge was very limited. That was because of the need of the hour. It wasn’t necessary to know a lot of things. Even information like the news was subject to relevance and regional importance. The development and advancement of technology were at a steady pace. No new invention or life altering event happened in the course of many years. And people were absolutely fine with the way things were going. The world revolved slowly without a hassle.

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?


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