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Burgonet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Burgonet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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The Stick Clip v1.0 Broken Drum Sticks Become Art

The Stick Clip v1.0 Broken Drum Sticks Become Art

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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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Miquel Mai at The National Art Museum of Catalonia Spain

Miquel Mai at The National Art Museum of Catalonia Spain

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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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Julius Caesar at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Julius Caesar at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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Fud My at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Fud My at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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St Jerome at The National Art Museum in Copenhagen Denmark

St Jerome at The National Art Museum in Copenhagen Denmark

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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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Art Pictures Autodesk Inventor Reflection to the surface

Art Pictures Autodesk Inventor Reflection to the surface

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Reflection to the surface
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The Great Departure and Temptation of the Buddha at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

The Great Departure and Temptation of the Buddha at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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Canopic Jar at The Museum of Fine Art Boston

Canopic Jar at The Museum of Fine Art Boston

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Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife. 
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Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas

Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas

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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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Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas
Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas
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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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Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas
Cociyo Urn at The Kimbell Art Museum Texas
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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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Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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Guardian lions flanked the main approaches to the sanctuary of most Khmer temples and were also placed along the stairways and on terraces. The lion, representing royalty,...
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Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
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Guardian lions flanked the main approaches to the sanctuary of most Khmer temples and were also placed along the stairways and on terraces. The lion, representing royalty,...
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Saint Barbara at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Saint Barbara at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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Saint Barbara at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
Saint Barbara at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
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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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Kneeling Figure at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art Norwich

Kneeling Figure at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art Norwich

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The Aztecs or Mexica had created the last and most extensive of the pre-Hispanic polities by the time of the arrival of the Spaniards in 1519. Their language,...
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Lectern at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Lectern at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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Lectern at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
Lectern at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
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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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Satyriskos at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

Satyriskos at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

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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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