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Deep tea bowl

Description: It is a bowl which is made up of ceramics.It is used for the decoration purpose and comes under the art of pottery.There are various circular lines which are drawn on the plates they can be differentiated as they are of different colors black,brown,yellow...These are the concentric circles.The surface of the bowl is shiny and glittery.There is number written on it 92.6245 and there is a sticky note on it on which number is written on it 4770.In the innermost circle there is some kind of design drawn on it
Date: 1810
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Economy

Description: The humorous illustration depicts people behaving poorly at dinner. There is dialogue written above the heads of the diners.
Date: May 1816
Creator: Rowlandson, Thomas
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Madame David

Description: A woman wearing a white empire waist dress is seated. Her hands are crossed and a red piece of clothing is draped over her right arm.
Date: 1813
Creator: David, Jacques-Louis
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The Stour

Description: The small square painting depicts the Stour river with some trees on the far side, deep shadows on the water and a pinkish sky.
Date: 1810
Creator: Constable, John
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design