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    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1904.

    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1904.

    • University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Sports; University of Louisville--Football; Football players;

    • University of Louisville students dressed for an informal football game in 1904. Organized football teams were officially established at U of L in 1912. Most of U of L's football players at the time were medical students. Two football games were...
    • Dental School anatomy class, University of Louisville, circa 1970s.

    • Dental School anatomy class, University of Louisville, circa 1970s.

    • Dental students; Dental education; Women; Men; Skulls; University of Louisville. School of Dentistry; University of Louisville--Students

    • Students in a dental anatomy class hold skulls with their calvaria (the dome of the skull) removed. Two men are seated and the rest stand gathered around looking on. The woman is Jean Baglan and the man sitting down dressed in black is Jack...
    • Horace Jones catches a pass, 1970.

    • Horace Jones catches a pass, 1970.

    • Football players; Football; University of Louisville--Football; University of Louisville--Sports; University of Louisville--Students; Stadiums;

    • University of Louisville Hall of Famer Horace Jones (74) catches a football during a game. Other players from both teams are also on the field. The crowd in the stands can be seen in the background. Jones went on to play for the Oakland Raiders...
    • Speed School Alumni Anniversary banquet, University of Louisville, 1950.

    • Speed School Alumni Anniversary banquet, University of Louisville, 1950.

    • University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; Engineers; University of Louisville. Speed Scientific School; Anniversaries; Banquets;

    • Guests at several long tables chat in the Jefferson Room at the University of Louisville during the Alumni Anniversary Dinner. This event was held as part of the festivities honoring the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Speed School of Engineering....
    • Two basketball players with suitcases being interviewed, 1950?

    • Two basketball players with suitcases being interviewed, 1950?

    • University of Louisville--Basketball; University of Louisville--Students; Basketball players; Students; University of Louisville--Sports

    • University of Louisville basketball athlete Jack Coleman (right) stands with another player, both holding suitcases. A third man stands with them holding a microphone. Coleman led U of L to its first national basketball title, the 1948 National...
    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Paintings; Allusions; Anti-Americanism; Politics & government; Political issues; Capitalism; Imperialism; Wealth; Corruption; Poverty; Emigration & immigration; Social classes; Economic & social conditions; Domestic life; Child labor;...

    • "This enormous, collage-like painting is crammed with anti-American allusions. An electric chair sits on the plinth at the top center (the Rosenbergs were electrocuted as Russian spies in 1953). A GI nonchalantly reads a pornographic magazine....
    • Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima? Quilt & Book by Faith Ringgold.

    • Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima? Quilt & Book by Faith Ringgold.

    • Paintings; Acrylic paintings; Mixed media; Quilts; Textiles; Textile art; Sewing; Needlework; Embroidery; Books; Storytelling; Inscriptions; Lettering (Layout features); Punctuation; Question marks; Names; Fantasy; Fictitious characters; Memorial...

    • "A moving tribute to her mother, this work combines the personal and the political. The quilt includes a narrative - the witty story of the family of Aunt Jemima, most familiar as the stereotypical black 'mammy' but here a successful African...
    • Young girl, front view.

    • Young girl, front view.

    • Sculpture; Children; Youth; Girls; Clothing & dress; Sandals; Footwear; Hairstyles

    • "The nose, chin, and fingers on the right hand and the complete left hand are modern. This exceptionally well-preserved statue is striking for its elegant pose and the complexity of the garment and hairstyle. The very young girl represented...
    • Three Musicians.

    • Three Musicians.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works; Collages; Colors; Men; Musicians; Entertainers; Monks; People associated with religion; People associated with entertainment & sports; Music ensembles; Performances; Music; Guitars;...

    • "Synthetic Cubism marked a return to bright color. Whereas Analytic Cubism fragmented objects into abstract geometric forms, Synthetic Cubism arranged flat shapes of color to form objects. Picasso's Three Musicians - a clarinetist on the left,...
    • Emperor with the head of Trajan, front view.

    • Emperor with the head of Trajan, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Men; Emperors; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Military officers; Military personnel; People associated with military activities; Gestures; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Military uniforms;...

    • "This armored statue was discovered in the ancient city of Gabii. […] The portrait of Trajan, set on a modern neck, did not belong to the statue; it was furnished in 1793 by Vincenzo Pacetti, who produced this reconstituted piece for the...
    • Portrait of George Washington.

    • Portrait of George Washington.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Portraits; Portrait paintings; Men; Presidents; Politicians; Statesmen; Heads of state; Government officials; People associated with politics & government; Older people; Gestures; Sitting; Posing; Clothing & dress;...

    • “[…] Washington is placed in an elaborate setting equal to his importance. In the Grand Manner tradition of portraiture, his is before a velvet drapery swag and a classical column, both alluding to his high rank, and surrounded by the...
    • Sarcophagus of Cornelius Statius, front panel.

    • Sarcophagus of Cornelius Statius, front panel.

    • Sculpture; Sarcophagi; Coffins; Death & burial; Containers; Monuments & memorials; Memorial works; Inscriptions; Human life cycle; Childhood & youth; Domestic life; Child rearing; Breast feeding; Feeding; Lifting & carrying; Riding;...

    • "[…] this child's sarcophagus has been reassembled from many fragments. The front panel is, however, in fairly good condition, with a few missing pieces reconstructed from Carrara marble. […] This sarcophagus is among the earliest of the...
    • The First Days of Spring.

    • The First Days of Spring.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Collages; Fantasy; Symbols; Sex; Lust; Relations between the sexes; Psychotherapy; Psychiatry; Fear; Disgrace; Anxiety; Distress; Solitude; Loneliness; Spring; Men; Women; Children; Girls; Older people; Fathers; Couples;...

    • "The First Days of Spring inaugurated a series of works in which, determined to be more Surrealist than the Surrealists themselves, Dali elaborated a symbolic language for delineating, with microscopic precision, his erotic obsessions. It...
    • Little Ashes.

    • Little Ashes.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Fantasy; Symbols; Sex; Women; Men; Heads (Anatomy); Faces; Nudes; Buttocks; Breasts; Body parts; Backs (Anatomy); Arms (Anatomy); Fingers; Birds; Animals; Feathers

    • "The painting anthologizes Dali's obsessions of the moment." (Caption); "As a result of Santos Torroella's dedicated researches, it is now generally accepted that the two heads in The Birth of Venus represent those of Lorca [Federico...
    • Balaclavas.

    • Balaclavas.

    • Sculpture; Headgear; Symbols; Commercialism; Commerce; Shopping; Patterns (Design elements); Logos; Swastikas; Rabbits; Animals; Mirrors; Reflections; Cameras; Photographic apparatus & supplies

    • Series of five woolen hoods; "The motifs on Trockel's knitted balaclavas emblematized various issues. The 'bunnies', for instance, teasingly evoked the kind of imagery displayed in [Sigmar] Polke's Playboy Bunnies, whilst the swastikas nudged...
    • I Love You.

    • I Love You.

    • Paintings; Mixed media; Butterflies; Insects

    • "There was a lyrical quality to Hirst's use of butterflies' lifecycles, both in the 1991 installation In and Out of Love, and the related 1994-5 series of paintings, of which I Love You forms part." (Caption, p.231); "By contrast to...
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