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Peasants in an Interior

Peasants in an Interior

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Date: unknown
Creator: Le Nain, Mathieu
Description: None
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Pedestal for a Sculpture with Dancing Maenads

Pedestal for a Sculpture with Dancing Maenads

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Date: -0450/-0401
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail of the dancing maenad in the Pedestal for a Sculpture with Dancing Maenads. Roman copy, 1st c. BC. From Coll. Sciarra Amoenita Artis, Rome; from the Greek Classical Period.
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Pedestal for a Sculpture with Dancing Maenads

Pedestal for a Sculpture with Dancing Maenads

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Date: -0450/-0401
Creator: unknown
Description: Total view of sculpture depicting pedestal for a sculpture with dancing maenads. From Coll. Sciarra Amoenita Artis, Rome; from the Greek Classical Period.
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Pedestal Relief, Roman trophies of war, from Temple of Hadrian

Pedestal Relief, Roman trophies of war, from Temple of Hadrian

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Date: 0145
Creator: unknown
Description: Pedestal Relief, Roman trophies of war, from Temple of Hadrian. Originated in Cortile of Pal. Of Conservators. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Pedestal Reliefs, Allegories of Roman provinces, from Temple of Hadrian

Pedestal Reliefs, Allegories of Roman provinces, from Temple of Hadrian

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Date: 0145
Creator: unknown
Description: Pedestal Reliefs, Allegories of Roman provinces, from Temple of Hadrian. Originated in Cortile of Pal. Of Conservators. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Peerless Pool in Fatehpur Sikri Palace Complex

Peerless Pool in Fatehpur Sikri Palace Complex

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Date: 1571/1585~
Creator: unknown
Description: The water feature is geometric and includes surrounding steps. Beyond the pools is a building with many compartments open to the exterior.
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Pencil of Nature

Pencil of Nature

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Date: 1844
Creator: Talbot, William Henry Fox
Description: The cover of the book is decorated with a cartouche in black and red in a mixture of styles, Medieval, Celtic and Victorian.
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[Penguins]

[Penguins]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the penguin pool in Regent's Park in London, England. In the foreground, the pool is visible. Two concrete spiral ramps lead into the pool. Penguins are visible on the ramp, in the pool, and on the side. A concrete wall surrounds the pool. People are visible behind the wall looking towards the penguins. Trees are visible in the background.
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Pennsylvania House

Pennsylvania House

Date: 2012
Creator: Horner, Laura
Description: This painting depicts one of the annexes that remain on the property. A fire long ago destroyed the building's interior, but the brick remains. The low-chroma painting features ink washes. The artist was selected by the Union Art Gallery Committee to have a one-person exhibition in the Union Gallery. This painting was exhibited in the Union Gallery, Union Building, from August 27 until September 13, 2012.
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[Penshurst Place]

[Penshurst Place]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of Penshurst Place in Kent, England. A grass lawn fills the foreground. The manor is visible in the background. A parking lot is visible to the left of the manor.
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