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Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial

Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial

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Date: 0625~
Creator: unknown
Description: This is an anglo saxon jewelry. Made with gold, garnet and millefiore glass this Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial is oval in shape. There is gold, red and blue colors on the clasp. There are repeated patterns on the art piece. This clasp can be compiled together with a pin that is attached with a chain. There is visible mesh work designs on the front followed by abstract organic shapes. Inside of the gold clasp is mostly plain other than some visible textures. Pin holding up the two identical clasps has a big textured part attached to the chain.
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The Warwick Gitterne

The Warwick Gitterne

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Date: 1330
Creator: unknown
Description: The fiddle is highly carved on the sides of the body. The bridge making the instrument into a viol was added in the sixteenth century.
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The Exhibition Stare Case

The Exhibition Stare Case

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Date: 1800~
Creator: Rowlandson, Thomas
Description: People in various states of dress tumble down a long staircase.
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Banquet of Ashurbanipal, gypsum carving originally decorating the North Palace in Nineveh (present day Iraq)

Banquet of Ashurbanipal, gypsum carving originally decorating the North Palace in Nineveh (present day Iraq)

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Date: -640
Creator: unknown
Description: Ashurbanipal is seen at a festive banquet with trees, foliage, and attendants.
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Righi

Righi

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Date: 1830~
Creator: Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Description: The landscape painting, in loose pale blue, pink, and orange washes, depicts water and a mountain.
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A Cotillion

A Cotillion

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Date: 1788
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: One-half of a satirical cartoon depicts dancers in various poses in a horizontal line across the page.
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Microcosm Dedicated to the London Water Companies: Monster Soup Commonly Called Thames Water, being a Correct Representation of that Precious Stuff Doled Out to Us!!!

Microcosm Dedicated to the London Water Companies: Monster Soup Commonly Called Thames Water, being a Correct Representation of that Precious Stuff Doled Out to Us!!!

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Date: unknown
Creator: Heath, William
Description: The illustration is a satire of the quality of London water.
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Metallic Tractors

Metallic Tractors

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Date: unknown
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: The caption underneath the illustration of a man succumbing to the chicanery of a quack doctor says Metallic-Tractors.
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Living Made Easy: Duelling Apparatus for Gentlemen of Weak Nerves

Living Made Easy: Duelling Apparatus for Gentlemen of Weak Nerves

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Date: 1830
Creator: McLean, Thomas
Description: The focal point of the print shows a man inside an apparatus that assists the firing of his gun. Two men behind a tree pull on a string.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Mad Dog, A Caricature of People's Fear of a Mad-dog and of Rabies

Mad Dog, A Caricature of People's Fear of a Mad-dog and of Rabies

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Date: 1826
Creator: Busby, Thomas Lord
Description: Depicted in this print are several people reacting to a dog on the street. The people are caricatures.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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