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Fan

Fan

Date: 1900~
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Fan

Fan

Date: 192u
Creator: unknown
Description: Folding fan with wooden sticks and guards, and paper leaf. The guards have applied celluloid(?) panels, the lower sections plain and the upper decorated with pastel "scales" in blue and yellow. Set with colored stones in square recesses. The paper leaf is painted on one side with a stylized design of clusters of roses in reds, pinks, and yellow/orange on a pink/mauve ground with blue shapes. "U"-shaped bail ring at bottom.
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Fan

Fan

Date: 1950/1986
Creator: Casa de Diego (Madrid, Spain)
Description: Folding fan. Plain shaped wooden sticks and guards. Leaf of cream paper with thin border of brown. On the leaf are three printed vignettes: 1) view of a street through an archway, titled "Calle de Cuchilleros"; 2) View of the exterior of a church/mission, titled "San Antonio de la Florida"; 3) Scene of a bear shaking a tree, entitled "Madrid". Maker's stamp on back of leaf at guard: "Casa de Diego" Created between 1950 and 1986.
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1980/1989
Creator: Weitzman, Stuart
Description: Pair of pumps of plastic and leather. The pumps are of a plastic printed with a multi-colored hologram surface of stripes with stars, stripes and dots. 3" spike heels covered with blue leather. White leather inner. Sole of brown and black leather. Label inside each shoe: "Stuart Weitzman / for / Mr. Seymour". Stamped inside each shoe: "5W 79087 N 7 1/2" Stamped on sole: "Leather / Sole" in hide outline; Stuart Weitzman & Co / Made in Spain"
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Barcelona Pavilion

Barcelona Pavilion

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Date: 1929
Creator: Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Description: The view is through the glass to the sculpture, Dawn, by Georg Kolbe, situated in the reflecting pool. The highly figured marble is visible behind the standing statue.
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Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

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Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail view from the S with Cathedral seen through arch of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

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Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

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Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view of lower portion of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan; approaching the city from the E. Tallest arches are 29 meters high. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: General view from E of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design