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[Four Columns]

[Four Columns]

Date: 1958
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the Temple of Aphaia on the greek island of Aegina. In the foreground, four columns supporting stone blocks are visible; trees and the sea are visible in the background. Another land mass is visible in the far distant background. The temple was built in 490 BCE.
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[Girl in Pink Dress]

[Girl in Pink Dress]

Date: 1958
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a young girl in a pink dress on the island of Mykonos, Greece. The girl stands on a shaded street in the foreground with stairways on each side leading to balconies. The street recedes into the background which is lit by bright sunlight.
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Gown

Gown

Date: 1958
Creator: Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Description: a) Gown of pale pink tulle heavily hand embroidered in pink flowers with silver metallic thread, sequins and rhinestones. Strapless with full-length, A-line skirt. Underskirt of ivory stiffened silk and lined in ivory silk. b) Scarf of matching pale pink tulle. c) Original pink satin ribbon sash/belt d) Replacement modern pink satin ribbon sash/belt
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[Greek Children]

[Greek Children]

Date: 1958
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of children in an unknown greek city. In the foreground, women and children stand on a stone pathway in front of a one-story wooden building; vegetation and other buildings are visible in the background.
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Happy Mother

Happy Mother

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Date: 1958
Creator: Gross, Chaim
Description: The bronze sculpture consists of a woman with a ponytail holding three children as they play.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1958/1960
Creator: Daché, Lilly
Description: Hat of black wool felt. Formed as a high-crowned hat with floppy brim, the domed crown has concave sides held in part by wide black silk satin ribbon with bow and trailing ends at back. Brim is wired and irregularly undulating at rim and is trimmed with black felted wool ribbon. Inside lined with black satin, with inner black grosgrain ribbon hatband. Small stitched mark on inner band indicates front of hat, and small applied cream ribbon bow indicates back. Designer's label inside crown: "Lilly / Daché / Paris New York". The label is very large, and part of "Paris" and all of "York" are cut-off.
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[Hermes Statue]

[Hermes Statue]

Date: 1958
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the statue of Hermes with the Infant Dionysus by Praxiteles in Olympia, Greece. In the foreground, the back of the statue is visible in a small room with a skylight; numerous people are visible in the background in front of three dark doorways.
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Homage to the Square: Coniferous

Homage to the Square: Coniferous

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Date: 1958
Creator: Albers, Josef
Description: None
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[Inner Courtyard]

[Inner Courtyard]

Date: 1958
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the inner courtyard of the Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence, Italy. A hanging lantern and archway are visible in the foreground; in the background, a male statue stands surrounded by archways. The palazzo was designed by Michelozzo di Bartolomeo and was built in the fifteenth century.
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John G. Diefenbaker Building

John G. Diefenbaker Building

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Date: 1958/1993
Creator: Bland, John & Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is of the exterior. Visible is the large pyramidal shape and the slim point of a second one. Large concrete block portions of the building are also visible on either side of the round glass protrusion.
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