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World Trade Center

World Trade Center

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Date: 1973
Creator: Yamasaki, Minoru
Description: The so-called twin towers in this view are shown from the south. The narrow windows with their narrow pointed arch design in the aluminum alloy sheathing create a patterned texture. The north tower, 1 World Trade Center, includes an antennae spire on its roof.
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Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Polykleitos

Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Polykleitos

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Date: unknown
Creator: Polykleitos
Description: The male figure is seen from the right front side. He is in the contrapposto pose. The marble is light in color except the edge of the back side that is visible in this view. The statue is missing both of its hands.
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Funerary Stele of Aristion

Funerary Stele of Aristion

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Date: unknown
Creator: Aristokles
Description: This view of the stele shows the upper half detail. The figure is in profile, has curly hair consisting of organized ringlets. The beard on the male figure is textured with parallel wavy lines.
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Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Polykleitos

Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Polykleitos

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Date: unknown
Creator: Polykleitos
Description: The full-length view from the back right shows the brown texture on the surface of the marble. The head is seen in profile and the right arm missing its hand is visible in this view as well.
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Funerary Stele of Aristion

Funerary Stele of Aristion

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Date: -599/-575~
Creator: Aristokles
Description: The full view of the stele shows the figure in profile. He is clothed, holds a staff and wears a hat.
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Omphalos Apollo, Roman copy of Greek original

Omphalos Apollo, Roman copy of Greek original

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Date: unknown
Creator: Kalamis
Description: The full frontal view shows the compromised condition of the statue with its areas of reconstruction and discoloration to the marble as well as the extensive damage to the nose and face. Both arms are missing below the elbows.
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John G. Diefenbaker Building

John G. Diefenbaker Building

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Date: 1958
Creator: Bland, John & Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is of an entrance with a paved patio, raised planting beds and a large grassy lawn. In the distance can be seen the pyramidal shapes and a portion of the tower scaffolding.
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John G. Diefenbaker Building

John G. Diefenbaker Building

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Date: 1958
Creator: Bland, John & Safdie, Moshe
Description: This view of the building complex includes a structural log-cabin style fortress in a small area next to the building. The fort is constructed of hewn logs with a fence along the top of which are sculpted fish-like forms.
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John G. Diefenbaker Building

John G. Diefenbaker Building

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Date: 1958
Creator: Bland, John & Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is a detail of an entrance with a large glass and steel pyramidal structure butting through the columns that form a foyer.
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John G. Diefenbaker Building

John G. Diefenbaker Building

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Date: 1958
Creator: Bland, John & Safdie, Moshe
Description: This detail shows the juxtaposition of one of the pyramidal glass shapes that emerges from the stone columns.
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