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Google Doodles and Suffragette Surgeons

What do you know? The Canadian Women’s Suffrage Movement made the Google Doodle today.

I awoke to see this on my screen:

I’m guessing it’s the Google Doodle for Canada only. 281 more words

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One of Canada's Famous Five gets Google Doodle

One of the trailblazers who fought for Canadian women’s right to be “persons” under the law was honoured with her very own Google Doodle on Thursday. 532 more words


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Cheers to the ‘GoogleDoodle’ today that smiles CANADIAN women’s rights activist & reformer!

Henrietta Edwards—life be celebrated, joy we live!

Memorialized as part of the ‘Famous Five’ of Canadian women’s activists, she is the one holding the teacup in this statue on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill. 129 more words

Today’s beautiful Google Doodle honours Wassily Kandinsky. More info:

Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky’s 148th birthday has been celebrated in a Google Doodle illustration today that reflects his own distinct abstract style.

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Wassily Kandinsky: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Wassily Kandinsky is celebrated in the December 16 Google Doodle. Kandinsky was a Russian-born abstract artist who would have turned 148 today.

Here’s what you need to know: 597 more words


Art World Abstracts: Wassily Kandinsky's Synesthesia Explained, and More!

Today would have been Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky’s 148th birthday and Google is celebrating with a custom doodle in his honor. The Telegraph touches on one of Kandinsky’s most unique, and possibly influential quality: his synesthesia, or the ability to experience the environment through multiple senses simultaneously. 391 more words

Google Doodle Commemorates Russian Painter Wassily Kandinsky

Renowned Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky, the man whose 148th birthday Google is celebrating in its latest Doodle, only started painting when he was 30.

Born in Moscow in 1866, Kandinsky grew up in Odessa and then studied Law and Economics before being offered a professorship at the University of Dorpat, Estonia. 178 more words