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Museum of Colonial Architecture

Description: The view of the Museo Arquitecture Colonial in Trinidad, Cuba, shows the porch and its slim columns with stylized Ionic capitals.
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Date: 1700/1799~
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Music Carpet

Description: The carpet is composed of gold and blue colors. At either end are women holding musical instruments.
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Date: 1685/1697~
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Music Power / Melodie

Description: The sculpture is created from bronze pieces shaped like parts of violins and other similar instruments. They are stacked and piled one upon another to create a vertical sculpture.
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Date: 1985
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Musical Instruments

Description: A still life painting of instruments and sheet music.
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Date: 1908
Creator: Braque, Georges
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Musical Squash

Description: The painting is an abstract of a cut open acorn squash in hues of green and gold against a brown background with a black, musical staff and two clef symbols in the upper right of the canvas. The lower right has abstract shapes in red, green, blue, and brown.
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Date: 1942
Creator: Morgan, Maud
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Musician

Description: A Cubist portrait of a musician.
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Date: 1917/1918
Creator: Braque, Georges
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Musik

Description: A tall, thin musician is seen in profile playing a stringed instrument like a lyre. The foreground musician as well as the ones in the background are in a flat orange. The foreground musician's hair is a dark color and the space around the figure is yellow.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Klimt, Gustav
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My Gems

Description: Still-life oil painting of items stacked on a table.
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Date: 1888
Creator: Harnett, William Michael
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My Mother, Evening with a View of Ys

Description: Landscape with hills and water is depicted in a vertical composition with silhouette of city skyline in the distance. The pastel artwork is built of layers of yellows, pinks, blues and light greens in an impressionistic style.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Lévy-Dhurmer, Lucien
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My Parents at Coney Island

Description: This watercolor painting on paper depicts two people, parents, standing at a food stand at Coney Island.
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Date: 1990
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
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My Second Sermon

Description: A young girl asleep in a church pew, wearing a red cape, hands in a fur muff, and feet dangling is depicted in this painting.
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Date: 1864
Creator: Millais, John Everett
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Najlepszego Jajka

Description: Postcard used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a bird wearing a crown breaking out of an egg that is decorated with a red pattern.
Date: 1980/1990
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

National Capitol Building

Description: The main view of the capitol building shows its dome and two corners of the building. In the foreground there is a cyclist on the street.
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Date: 1929
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