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This detail from "Starry Night" showcases Van Gogh's unique way of painting the night sky. The moon and stars are alive with swirls of yellow and white, surrounded by waves of blue. The thick paint and swirling lines create a dreamlike feeling, as if the sky is moving. This painting makes the night seem magical, full of light and motion. It's like Van Gogh is telling us that there's more to the night than just darkness; there's beauty and wonder too.
The Lorenzo de Zavala (LDZ) Flag by Lone Quixote
The original painting was inspired by the Lorenzo de Zavala (LDZ) flag. The first official flag of the Republic of Texas, designed by Lorenzo de Zavala, adopted by the Republic as its national flag in May 11, 1836, shortly after the victory at San Jacinto.
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