Thursday’s Art Notes

BY Tom LeGro  October 28, 2010 at 11:07 AM EDT

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John Payne Jennings’ ‘The Dargle Rock’ (1869) in the new exhibit ‘The Pre-Raphaelite Lens: British Photography and Painting, 1848-1875’ on view from Oct. 31 through Jan. 30, 2011 at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Photo by Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images.

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Marketplace’s Mitchell Hartman reports:DVD rental systems have changed drastically in the past decades, from Blockbuster to Netflix to Redbox.. Can libraries — currently suffering from e-book popularity — follow in the steps of the DVD?”

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The New York Philharmonic is renewing its efforts to visit Cuba, via the New York Times.

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An American car enthusiast paid $4.1 million at auction to buy James Bond’s most famous car, featured in the films “Goldfinger” and “Thunderball.” He vowed to take it for a spin around London, via the BBC.

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PBS shines the spotlight on its upcoming series, CIRCUS.’

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The work of prize-winning artist William Green, age 4, reminded the judges of Goya, via the Guardian.