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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1870-1879
Cattleya Orchid and Three Brazilian Hummingbirds

Cattleya Orchid and Three Brazilian Hummingbirds

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Date: 1871
Creator: Heade, Martin Johnson
Description: Oil painting depicting a large orchid and three hummingbirds around a nest nearby; there are trees visible in the background.
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Child's Dress

Child's Dress

Date: 1875/1885
Creator: unknown
Description: Child's dress of tan flannel with front panel of brown velvet. Long sleeves with 3" cuff of brown velvet. Turndown collar of brown velvet with pointed ends and neckline trimmed in ivory lace; collar partially detaches on right and secures with a hook & eye. Patch pockets at sides of brown velvet. Front panel has 10 tortoise shell buttons to left of panel and right side opening of 11 matching buttons with barred buttonholes. Gored in back with six small pleats at bottom of back. Hem of garment has pleated 4-1/2" border of self trimmed with 1-1/2" band of brown velvet. Lined in tan cotton.
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Comic Map of Europe

Comic Map of Europe

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Date: 1870~
Creator: Rose, Frederick
Description: Caricature figures are arranged to create the shapes of each European country.
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Cowboys Roping a Bear

Cowboys Roping a Bear

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Date: 1877
Creator: Walker, James
Description: This detail of the painting shows the roped bear at the center of the action in the painting.
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Cowboys Roping a Bear

Cowboys Roping a Bear

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Date: 1877
Creator: Walker, James
Description: The painting depicts a group of cowboys twirling their lassos in an attempt to capture a bear. Two or more cowboys have already lassoed the bear that is in the center of the horizontally oriented picture. The two cowboys in the foreground are depicted in regular tones while the cowboys in the background are pale in comparison.
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Creeping Baby Clockwork Doll

Creeping Baby Clockwork Doll

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Date: 1871
Creator: unknown
Description: The view of the doll is from the side. She wears a pale yellow outfit and an open-weave bonnet with a frilly border. The baby doll is barefoot.
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O-daiko (Barrel Drum)

O-daiko (Barrel Drum)

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Date: 1873~
Creator: Kodenji Hayashi
Description: A finely decorated rooster sits atop the drum which rests on a pillow and a stand. The stand is also intricately decorated with imagery, foliage, flowers, water, patterns, and serpents.
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The Dinner Horn (Blowing the Horn at Seaside)

The Dinner Horn (Blowing the Horn at Seaside)

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Date: 1870
Creator: Homer, Winslow
Description: None
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Dorigen of Bretaigne Longing for the Safe Return of Her Husband

Dorigen of Bretaigne Longing for the Safe Return of Her Husband

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Date: 1871
Creator: Burne-Jones, Sir Edward
Description: The female's arms are outstretched. She's kneeling in front of either a window or a horizontal seascape painting. A pipe organ and some books are at the woman's right. The woman's long flowing gown is purple.
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Épinette des Vosges

Épinette des Vosges

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Date: 1875/1899~
Creator: Lambert, I.
Description: The five-stringed instrument's sound box is long, narrow and shallow.
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