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Representations of the goddess Durga killing the buffalo demon are celebrated throughout India. Transmitted to Southeast Asia, the theme appears in Indonesian art and...
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In his portraits of the men of letters and nobility of the Enlightenment, Houdon created an entirely new genre, in which he achieved spontaneity and informality of expression without...
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The reconstructed sections of this sphinx have been cast from an almost identical, but more compete companion piece now in Cairo. The head of this sphinx differs markedly from...
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I have toiled for years about what to do with broken drum sticks - I mean, they are highly engineered tools made from great wood...So why throw them away when their 'useful' life is done?...
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Title Burgonet (Helmet) in the Form of a Dolphin Mask Artist Giovanni Paolo Negroli (active 1525-1565) Date ca. 1540-1545 Medium Iron or steel, repoussé, embossed and chiseled ...
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Miquel Mai was a Spanish Politician and Humanist.   Son of Regent Chancellor Joan Mai and Elizabeth Rovira, also grandson of Regent Chancellor Joan Ramon Mai Mai and grandson of master of...
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This large limestone panel depicts two scenes from the life of the Buddha. The lower scene shows the moment when Siddhartha, the Buddha-to-be, secretly leaves...
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Title Julius Caesar Artist Andrea di Pietro di Marco Ferrucci (1465-1526) Date ca. 1512-14 Medium Marble Dimensions Height, 27 in. Accession # 14.40.676 Credit Bequest of Benjamin...
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udō Myōō is the most widely represented in Japan of the Esoteric Buddhist deities known as Myōō, or Kings of Brightness. A fierce protector of the Buddhist Law, he is...
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This is a scan of the Bas relief made in stone by Andrea Bregno. The 3D scan has been made at the National Art Gallery museum in Copenhagen. All the pictures...
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The primary capital of Zapotec culture was the ceremonial site of Monte Alban (in the modern state of Oaxaca), where the Zapotecs worshipped a complex pantheon of nature...
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This limewood sculpture of Saint Barbara was created out of Limewood and is originally from Augsburg in Germany, carved about 1510. The exceptionally fine details of this sculpture suggest that...
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This lectern was used for reading scripture; it originates from France, carved around 1475 - 1525 out of oak. The lectern takes the form of an eagle, the symbol of Saint John...
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This is a marble statue of a satyriskos, originating from the Roman Imperial period, the 1st century A.D. This delightful child, with the pointed ears of a satyr and pins for...
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This is a marble sculpture by Philippe Bertrand (1663-1704) originating from France, probably Paris, before 1704. According to ancient history, Lucretia was a virtuous Roman patrician who was raped by...
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The dignified figure of a Hemba warrior, with his upright posture and lofty, outward gaze, would have served as the focus for the veneration of its ancestors among one of...
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Varahi is one of the Matrikas, a group of seven or eight mother goddesses in the Hindu religion. With the head of a sow, Varahi is the shakti (feminine energy, or...
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Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux was much sought after as a portraitist by prominent sitters, including members of the French imperial household. Among his finest busts is this posthumous portrait of his...
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Gaius Julius Caesar; 13 July 100 BC - 15 March 44 BC) was a Roman statesman, general and notable author of Latinprose. He played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of...
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