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Another Excuse to Stay Home

The Philadelphia Museum of Art has teamed with Google Art Project to put 209 pieces from its collection online. For those interested in interiors, some of the objects are an ornate sideboard from 1825; a wardrobe from 1779; and three paintings that feature vernacular interiors: Santiago Rusiñol's Interior of a Cafe, Degas' Interior, and Thomas Hovenden's Breaking Home Ties. It's fascinating to zoom (way) in and see what's on the table in a painting or what's hanging on the wall. [Curbed Inbox]