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Card Game

Card Game

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Date: 1830~
Creator: Monnier, Henri Bonaventure
Description: The painting depicts five women and one man seated around a game. One woman's head is dropping, a chair is falling over and another woman is drinking. The tones are muted and the background is a simple architectural setting.
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Child's Ensemble

Child's Ensemble

Date: 1830~
Creator: unknown
Description: Child's dress ensemble of tan cotton with green and red/orange floral print consisting of: A) Skirt. Full length; pleated. One-inch waistband of muslin. Right side slit pocket. Center back opening; closures missing. Bottom of inside hem lined in brown glazed cotton; balance of skirt unlined. B) Bodice. Fitted with wide neckline; dropped shoulders. Neckline is trimmed with double row of fluted fabric of self. Short, puffed sleeves with caps trimmed with fluted fabric of same. V-shaped pleats in front. Center back opening closes with 9 hook & eyes. Lined in muslin. C) Fichu. Triangular panels of decreasing size applied to look like pleats. Four-inch epaulets of same with self-covered buttons at ends. Seven self-covered buttons down center back seam with evidence of three missing buttons. Lined in brown glazed cotton.
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Couseuse, The First Sewing Machine

Couseuse, The First Sewing Machine

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Date: 1830
Creator: Thimonnier, Barthelemy
Description: None
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Glass Armonica

Glass Armonica

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Date: 1830~
Creator: unknown
Description: The lid of the armonica is open and the glasses are visible. Large scroll feet on the front support the complex base.
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Portrait of Madame Raoul-Rochette

Portrait of Madame Raoul-Rochette

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Date: 1830
Creator: Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Description: Painting depicting a portrait of Madame Raoul-Rochette.
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Praying Youth

Praying Youth

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Date: 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: This view shows the reproduction in the nineteenth century of an ancient Greek sculpture by Boidas of a male youth, arms raised, palms upward, to the sky.
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Righi

Righi

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Date: 1830~
Creator: Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Description: The landscape painting, in loose pale blue, pink, and orange washes, depicts water and a mountain.
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Sunbonnet

Sunbonnet

Date: 1830/1839
Creator: unknown
Description: Sunbonnet of tan and blue braided straw. The hat has a wired brim and a grayish-white silk lining. It is trimmed in tan silk ribbon, and the bavolet, or back panel which shades the neck, is composed of brown, brick red, tan and blue striped cotton fabric. The ties are of brown silk taffeta and are attached to lower edge of brim with a herringbone stitch. The TFC thanks Rebecca Jumper Matheson for her research on this object.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

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Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: The exterior view of the facade is shown in a dramatic upward view and includes the massive stairs, columns and sculpted pediment.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

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Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: A view of the Danube River is visible beneath the memorial temple on its massive foundation.
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