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Numbers 143, 144 and 145

Numbers 143, 144 and 145

Date: 2003
Creator: Falsetta, Vincent
Description: Three green panels with vertical black wavy lines are hung in a horizontal linear fashion.
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CA 04-2

CA 04-2

Date: 2004
Creator: Falsetta, Vincent
Description: This mostly white painting includes vertical wavy parallel black and gray lines and lined horizontal texture.
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Number 142

Number 142

Date: 2003
Creator: Falsetta, Vincent
Description: Mostly green painting also consists of black wavy vertical lines.
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Ms 327 folio 201v, A Surveyor with His Workers

Ms 327 folio 201v, A Surveyor with His Workers

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Date: unknown
Creator: Boysset, Bertrand, ca. 1345-1415 & Villeneuve, Arnaud de
Description: A surveyor and his workers are depicted in this illuminated manuscript folio.
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Singer

Singer

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Date: 1950
Creator: Tamayo, Rufino
Description: Vertically oriented oil painting depicts a singer playing a stringed instrument. The setting appears to be a small enclosed space.
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Anatomical Drawing of the Human Head

Anatomical Drawing of the Human Head

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Date: unknown
Creator: Fabricius, ab Aquapendente, ca. 1533-1619
Description: Gouache drawing on paper depicts the anatomy of a human head.
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Ms 327 folio 226v, Demarcation of Land

Ms 327 folio 226v, Demarcation of Land

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Date: unknown
Creator: Boysset, Bertrand, ca. 1345-1415 & Villeneuve, Arnaud de
Description: Two men are depicted marking off a piece of land.
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Ms 327 (2) folio 214v, Stonemasons

Ms 327 (2) folio 214v, Stonemasons

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Date: unknown
Creator: Boysset, Bertrand, ca. 1345-1415 & Villeneuve, Arnaud de
Description: Stonemasons exhibit their techniques to each other.
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Anatomical Drawing of the Bones of the Foot

Anatomical Drawing of the Bones of the Foot

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Date: unknown
Creator: Fabricius, ab Aquapendente, ca. 1533-1619
Description: Drawing with gouache paint on paper depicts bones of the human foot.
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The Fisherman

The Fisherman

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Date: unknown
Creator: Amaral, Tarsila do
Description: This oil painting, almost square, depicts a boy sitting on a rock catching a fish in a small net. In the background are stylized houses, trees, and hills. The colors are saturated greens, pinks, and blues.
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Ms 327 folio 28r, Surveying and Demarcation of Land

Ms 327 folio 28r, Surveying and Demarcation of Land

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Date: unknown
Creator: Boysset, Bertrand, ca. 1345-1415 & Villeneuve, Arnaud de
Description: Surveyors are depicted demarcating land.
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Saturday Night / Sunday Times

Saturday Night / Sunday Times

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Date: 1998
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: This black and white ink wash depicts a man paying for his New York Times at a newstand. The foreground contains stacks of newspapers and the background appears dark with some hanging lights and silhouettes of more people.
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Central Park Nocturnal Snow II

Central Park Nocturnal Snow II

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Date: 2005
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: Empty sidewalk, snow covered, along Central Park is shown at night in the winter. Street lamps illuminate the empty sidewalk.
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My Parents at Coney Island

My Parents at Coney Island

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Date: 1990
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: This watercolor painting on paper depicts two people, parents, standing at a food stand at Coney Island.
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Mr. Softee

Mr. Softee

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Date: 1984
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: None
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Nocturnal Street Scene

Nocturnal Street Scene

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Date: 2003
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: This small monochromatic painting depicts a street corner on which are street signs, a crosswalk sign, a fire hydrant and a multi-story building with an awning over the sidewalk. It is a night scene lit with street lights.
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The Last Automat II

The Last Automat II

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Date: 1993
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: A coffee vending machine is depicted along with many cups.
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The Last Automat I

The Last Automat I

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Date: 1983
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: The spout of a coffee or tea vending machine is depicted along with some cups along the right hand side of the painting.
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Movie Theatre Nocturne

Movie Theatre Nocturne

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Date: 1998
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Description: This watercolor painting on paper depicts a cashier in his booth at the movie theater.
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Allegory of Geometry

Allegory of Geometry

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Date: 1649~
Creator: La Hyre, Laurent de
Description: A heavily robed female figure holds for display a sheet of paper upon which are geometric drawings. In the figure's left hand are a right angle and a compass. A globe, a serpent, an obilisk, a carved sarcophagus, and a sphinx round out the composition.
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Fashion Designs for Women

Fashion Designs for Women

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Date: 186?
Creator: Worth, Charles Frederick
Description: This colored engraving depicts two women wearing dresses designed in the 1860s.
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Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

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Date: [0100..1300]
Creator: unknown
Description: This group of petroglyphs includes snakes, hoof prints, sheep, deer, and possibly a rainbow.
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Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

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Date: [0100..1300]
Creator: unknown
Description: This portion of the living rock contains anthropomorphic shapes and animals.
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Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah

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Date: [0100..1300]
Creator: unknown
Description: This living rock includes petroglyphs in the shapes of animals and people and a vandalized anthropomorphic shape with feathers.
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