Architect Eliel Saarinen's First Christian Church (1942) helped launch a design revolution in Columbus, Ind. Nearly 30 years later, as part of that same movement, sculptor Henry Moore created the 20-foot-tall Large Arch as a piece of art that could be walked through and around. Chris Smith/Columbus Area Visitors Center hide caption

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Wedding photograph of Wong Lan Fong and Yee Shew Ning, 1926. U.S. National Archives and Records hide caption

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Al Black is one of Florida's 26 officially recognized "Highwaymen" — a loosely affiliated group of artists who began painting in the 1960s, some of whom are still at it today. Courtesy of Gary Monroe hide caption

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Meet Al Black: Florida's Prison Painter

When the officials at a Florida prison realized who Al Black was, they gave him a paintbrush and the walls as a canvas.

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De Waal's 2012 work all and more is on display in the Dining Room. It is made up of 23 porcelain dishes: 22 in white and cream glazes and one gilded dish, contained in a clear glass vitrine. Paul Barker/The National Trust, Waddesdon Manor hide caption

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People view the AIDS Memorial Quilt at the National Mall this week. Ebony Bailey/NPR hide caption

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