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Temple of Athena Nike
The view of the temple includes a portion of the Propylaea.
Erechtheion
Detail of columns and entablature of E colonnade (under reconstruction in 1984), from E of Erechtheion (1999). From the Greek Classical Period, restored in the 1990s.
Temple of Hephaistos
The temple is seen from above in its setting on the Acropolis.
Temple of Hephaistos
The view from the east of the temple shows it in its setting.
Temple of Hephaistos
This view shows the east end of the temple in detail as seen from the south.
Temple of Hephaistos
The view shows a detail of the colonnade as seen from the northeast.
Theater of Dionysus
This overall view shows the theater from above.
Theater of Dionysus
The close view of the theater is from above and shows the entire stage.
The Citadel
The citadel is seen from afar and in its mountainous surroundings.
The Citadel
The citadel is seen closely in its setting.
The Lion Gate of the Citadel
The gate to the citadel is shown in this view. Portions of the wall are visible as well.
The Lion Gate of the Citadel
The view of the gate to the citadel shows the lion and heavy lintel.
The Lion Gate of the Citadel
A close view of the lion gate is shown and through the gate two tourists are seen walking around.
The Lion Gate of the Citadel
The view is of the back side of the lion gate from the interior of the citadel.
The Citadel
The interior view of the citadel shows the back side of the Lion Gate and a portion of the excavated grave circle.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. A circular structure's base is shown.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. Excavated grave circle A is shown.
The Citadel
A close view of the grave circle is shown.
The Citadel
Dwellings south of the grave circle A are visible in this view towards the south.
The Citadel
Dwelling ruins south of grave circle A are seen in this excavation view.
Chair of Saint Peter, St. Peter's Basilica, Rome
Part of the interior of the church is visible along with the chair of St. Peter and the sculpture and stained glass behind the throne.
The Duchess of Marlborough Dozing Off at Blenheim Palace
The long and loose marks create a depiction of a languid figure on a couch with a dog in the woman's lap.
Creeping Baby Clockwork Doll
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.
Very Unpleasant Weather, or the Old Saying Verified, Raining Cats, Dogs, and Pitchforks
A group of people braving the rain and wind are pummeled by cats, dogs, and pitchforks falling from the sky.
To Annihilate the Self-hood of Deceit
In the foreground, a man is seen from behind as he reaches around the neck of a bearded man. Across the top of the work is a frieze of five figures each playing a musical instrument. Across the bottom of the work is text quoting the poet Milton.
There Goes Bill!
A reptilian creature floats out of a chimney up into the sky.
The Queen has Come! And isn't she Angry.
A queen appears to be scolding a young, blond girl surrounded by other royalty.
The Secret Insult or Bribery and Corruption Rejected
This color engraving depicts royals and officials with commentary about money and the throne.
The Town Guard
A line of a dozen men, in a variety of dress, wield rifles while in the background a thirteenth man receives advice from a woman.
Curtain Design for Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Ballet Sheherezade
The painting depicts a body of water with boats, landscape and people on a building top looking down on two leopards and an entourage of people on horseback.
Oliphant of St. Hubert
This is a decorative oliphant made with Ivory, Bone and Shells. The curvilinear design of the oliphant is wide from one point and narrow from the other. There are two black straps on the piece. There are many carved engravings done in repeated pattern. There are horizontal lines running along the silhouette of the carved piece. There is a chain passing through the black straps to hold the piece.
Christian Roman Dress
The illustration depicts twelve people in Christian Roman dress. The caption beneath is in German and lists the people by role, such as gravedigger, soldier, women, children and men.
Asante Helmet
The helmet consists of alternating silver and gold leaf decorative strips moving from the front to the back. There is a gold rim around the front edge. All of the metalwork is decorated with repoussé technique.
Composition
The composition consists of geometric shapes on a beige ground. While most of the edges are sharp, the white shapes have feathered brushstroke edges. The colors are black, brown, yellow, green, blue, orange, red and white on the tan ground.
Piano Belonging to Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828)
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English Dress
The illustration contains many examples of English dress from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The legend beneath is written in German.
Dish
This decorative art earthenware is a low sunk dish made of lead and Lacquer glazed. Dish is full of organic shapes. There is a snake in middle with textured body full of scales. It has a white head with black spots all over the body. Snake is coiled up in the center. It is surrounded by many green leaves of various shapes and sizes. There are many shells placed all over the dish. Shells are of different variety. At the brim of the dish there are various leaf vein textures visible.
Couseuse, The First Sewing Machine
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Comic Map of Europe
Caricature figures are arranged to create the shapes of each European country.
Caricature of Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
The illustration depicts a man breaking a chain over an anvil with a mallet. Underneath is the caption, "Le Vieux briseur de fers."
Apollo and Daphne
This view of the sculpture depicts the head and part of the torso of the figure of Daphne. Her hair is strewn and her mouth is open. The sculpture depicts action and movement.
Wanting to Try It On Right Away: Fungus from Kumano in Kii Province
A woman in a red kimono and a blue robe dominates the foreground of the print while in a scene behind her is a man climbing a mountain. The woman's hair is in an elaborate style with two long picks with sculpted handles. In an inset in the upper right corner of the print is some Japanese text.
Wanting to Suckle: Fresh Sea Cucumbers from Mikawa Province
A woman in a kimono holds an infant while behind her is a scene of men in a boat with a mountain in the distance. In the upper right corner of the print is an inset containing Japanese text.
Sleepy: Salamanders from Izu Province
A woman rests her head on her hand and appears to be sleeping. Her kimono is brown and striped. A scene on the wall behind her is of some men in the landscape who appear to be climbing a mountain. Some Japanese text is also part of the woodblock print.
Wanting to Have Good Weather: Dried Bonito from Tosa Province
A woman wearing a kimono holds a doll and a cup of tea. Behind her is scene of people doing laundry by the sea. Some Japanese text is in the upper right corner of the print.
Wanting to Be Independent: Cloth from Echigo Province
Woman looking into a hand-held mirror and dabbing at her forehead is the main portion of the composition. Her kimono consists of two colors and patterns, one pale purple and the collar red. A landscape scene is behind the woman with people toting bushels of straw and others working in the water.
Wanting to Eat Something Good: Giant Butterbur from Akita in Dewa Province
A woman wearing a purple kimono rests her head on both hands and behind her is a scene of people walking underneath huge green leaves. Insets includes Japanese text.
Goddess of Flowers
A woman drops flowers from a basket. She's in the foreground and wears a long flowing simple gown. Her hair is down and long. Behind her is a body of water and to her right is landscape.
Cherry Blossoms at the Kiyomizu-do in Ueno
The vertically oriented postcard depicts a tree in the foreground and a red pagoda style building in the background. Some Japanese text in black ink is in the lower portion of the postcard.
Haiku Poem by Issa (1763-1827)
The top half of the postcard contains a depiction of a person on their knees with a wide-eyed expression and shoes on their hands. The poem is written along the bottom edge of the picture and the right edge of the postcard. The bottom half is empty.