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    • Untitled.

    • Contemporary
    • Galvanized steel and concrete. "Deacon's organically related forms often derive from sources in the Bible, poetry, fairy stories, and figures of speech. In the two versions of the laminated wood sculpture For Those Who Have Ears (1982-3), for...
    • Numbers.

    • Modern (styles and periods); Neo-Dada; Pop (fine arts styles)
    • "Johns used letters or numbers as a means of reintroducing the signifiers of a collective sign system into a Modernist 'field' previously answerable to subjective judgments of taste. The textures in his drawings in particular are subtly modulated....
    • Untitled (Cowboy).

    • Contemporary; Postmodern
    • "Prince's early 'appropriations' from advertising, of which this is an example, have interesting connections with his later practice. After 1985 Prince started to employ verbal jokes in his works. They were often silkscreened as texts across the...
    • Sunnyside, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Historic buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • Address 3020 Poppy Way. The application on the National Register of Historic Places-Inventory Form notes, ""Sunnyside is one of Louisville's few rural estate homes from the mid-nineteenth century to survive twentieth-century subdivision...
    • Patagonian Giants at the World's Fair.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Families; Patagonians; Tehuelche Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Five men, a woman, and a girl, wearing headbands and fur-lined shawls, and a dog (held by the woman) stand in a row near a cement wall with high windows, while a white man in a top hat sits behind them, apparently on steps. The group are...
    • ED MYER, 1909.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • ED MYER, a stern-wheel packet with wood hull (124.8 ft. x 22 ft. x 3 ft.), was built at Howard in 1909. Owned by Carthage Packet Co., she operated on the upper Cumberland River, but was often chartered for the Louisville-Evansville trade during low...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Collection

    • Publishers and publishing-- Kentucky-- Louisville-- History-- Sources; Printing--Kentucky--Louisville; Book illustrations; Technical illustrations; Textbooks
    • John P. Morton and Company was a publisher based in Louisville, Kentucky for much of the 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries. The University of Louisville’s Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library has between 1300 and 1400 woodblocks the company...
    • J. T. Raymond, as Col. Sellers.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of actor John T. Raymond in costume for the role of Colonel Sellers from Mark Twain's "The Gilded Age," which he often performed under the title "There's Millions In It." He stands next to a wooden chair in front of a...
    • Herrmann, The Third.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Magicians; Men
    • Double portrait of magician Alexander Herrmann (billed as Hermann III, "the only successor to Herrmann the Great"). Herrmann is seated before a poster of himself. In both images, he is wearing a tuxedo with white bow tie, his curly hair parted in...

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