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“‘Beauty is truth, truth beauty,’ that is all/Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know,” wrote John Keats in 1819, inspired by the Grecian urn that has become perhaps the best known art object in English poetry. For the last few months, 32 D.C.-area poets have been hard at work following Keats’ example, writing about paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, and works in fiber by 32 local artists. The poems and artworks are on view together as A Month of Sundays: Visions in Verse through July 26 at Georgetown’s Spectrum Gallery, which is also hosting a concurrent series of weekend receptions, where both poets and artists will be on hand to read and discuss their works. At 3 p.m. today, July 19, and July 26, at the Spectrum Gallery, 1132 29th St. NW. Free. (202) 333-0954. (Leonard Roberge)