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Minerva at Her Toilet

Minerva at Her Toilet

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Date: 1613
Creator: Lavinia Fontana
Description: Painting depicting Minerva at her toilet.
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[Ming Tombs]

[Ming Tombs]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the Ming tombs in Beijing, China. A wall is visible in the foreground. Trees grow out of the wall in the upper portion. The tree roots are visible pushing through the bricks.
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[Ming Tombs]

[Ming Tombs]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the Ming tombs in Beijing, China. A white entrance is visible in the center foreground. The entrance is flanked by slopping stone walls on each side. A figure stands in front of the entrance on the right side.
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Mini Dress

Mini Dress

Date: 1965
Creator: Cardin, Pierre
Description: Mini dress of bright red wool jersey knit. The tubular mini dress has a rounded neckline and short sleeves. Black, shiny vinyl trim at neckline, sleeve hem, lower hem, and in the form of six Pierre Cardin bullseye trademarks arranged in a triangle from natural waist to lower hem. At center back are hook and eye and zipper closure. Dress is unlined. Designer's label: "Pierre Cardin / Paris New York" Care label: "The vinyl trim / on this garment / has been specially treated / to make dry cleaning possible".
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Mini Dress

Mini Dress

Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Remas of Scottsdale
Description: Sheath-style mini dress of pink linen with all-over eyelash fringe. The linen-weave garment is sleeveless, with rounded neckline. It is printed with an elongated honey-comb pattern in shades of pink and white with woven-in fringe throughout. At each shoulder is three circular pink cloth covered buttons. The honeycomb pattern starts out light pink, and darkens towards the hem of the dress. Lower hem is dagged, following the line of the pattern. Lined at hem and upper part in pink. Label in center back inside: "Remas / of Scottsdale" 96 cm.
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Mini Dress

Mini Dress

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Galanos, James
Description: Mini dress of chartreuse wool knit. Sleeveless with squared armholes; knee length. Princess seams with slit side pockets. Zipper closure at back left seam with hook & eye. Additional closure of 3 hook & eyes on left shoulder. Lined in matching silk crepe. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Galanos" Retailer's label at left side zipper: "Neiman-Marcus"
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Mini-Dress

Mini-Dress

Date: 1965~
Creator: Fogarty, Anne
Description: Mini-dress of sheer synthetic brocade with matte floral print and gold Lurex thread. Styled as a mostly unfitted chemise or sack dress, it has a rounded neckline, long sleeves that gather slightly into the 1" band cuffs, which have bows of self fabric. French darts at bust. Center back zipper with hook-and-eye at top. Pink synthetic(?) lining. Designer's label at inside back near zipper: "A.F. Boutique / Anne Fogarty"
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Minotauromachy

Minotauromachy

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Date: 1935
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: None
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The Mint (La Zecca) and the State Library (Palazzo San Marco at right)

The Mint (La Zecca) and the State Library (Palazzo San Marco at right)

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Date: 1536
Creator: SANSOVINO, Jacopo
Description: State Library Fa├žade detail
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The Miraflores Altar

The Miraflores Altar

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Date: 1445~
Creator: Weyden, Rogier van der, 1399 or 1400-1464
Description: Three paintings depicting the life of Christ, set in an oak frame.
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