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    • Sanctuary of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon, aerial view.

    • Sanctuary of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon, aerial view.

    • Architecture; Archaeological sites; Ruins; Buildings; Temples; Religious facilities; Facades; Architectural elements; Structural elements; Columns; Colonnades; Podiums; Plazas; Courtyards; Gates; Walls; Aerial photographs; Aerial views; Bird's-eye...

    • “The first part of the project, which began perhaps as early as Augustus, was a grandiose temple to Jupiter; an inscription suggests it was completed by 60 CE. The Jupiter temple is a typical example of the compromise between Greek and Roman...
    • Accession II.

    • Accession II.

    • Sculpture; Abstract sculpture; Abstract works; Metalwork; Boxes; Containers; Interiors

    • "Hesse produced a series of versions of this sculpture during 1967-8. They set up an interesting dialogue with [Donald] Judd's frequent exposure of the interiors of his 'boxes'. They also respond obliquely to an iconographic tradition of...
    • Saccho H8 (Sack H8).

    • Saccho H8 (Sack H8).

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works; Bags; Stencils (Images); Numerals; Mixed media

    • "The sacks used in these canvases often displayed stenciled letters relating to their commercial origins. This suggests some link with the German prewar Dadaist, Kurt Schwitters who made collages from printed waste paper. However, Burri,...
    • Five Deaths Seventeen Times in Black and White.

    • Five Deaths Seventeen Times in Black and White.

    • Prints; Screen prints; Allusions; Death; Disasters; Tragedies; Accidents; Automobiles; Vehicles; Dead persons; Wounds & injuries; Voyeurism; Social aspects; Social classes

    • "The use of serial repetition here, as in other early Warhol works, relates interestingly to Minimalist uses of repetition. The reciprocally ironic relation between Warhol and the Minimalists came to a head in 1964. Warhol exhibited a series...
    • Anthropometries of the Blue Age, performance, 9 March, 1960.

    • Anthropometries of the Blue Age, performance, 9 March, 1960.

    • Performance art; Performances; Painting; Body painting; Locomotion; Human locomotion; Artists; Men; Dandies; Women; Nudes; Audiences; Spectators; Orchestras; Music ensembles; Musicians; Sitting; Musical instruments; Clothing & dress; Suits...

    • "This performance exemplifies Klein's participation in the masculinist tradition of the dandy. The self-contained male, renouncing biological productivity (symbolized by the 'fecundity' of the paint-covered women launching themselves at...
    • Sky Window.

    • Sky Window.

    • Sculpture; Architecture; Architectural elements; Ceilings; Windows; Skylights; Light; Lighting

    • "While producing works like this, Turrell also embarked on a major project in 1972 which involved purchasing, and subsequently modifying, an extinct volcanic crater located in northern Arizona. This 'Roden Crater' project has connections with...
    • Book of Hours, France, mid 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, France, mid 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Book of Hours, Italy, late 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, Italy, late 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--Italy--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--Italy; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Book of Hours, France, mid 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, France, mid 16th century, fragment.

    • Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1500-1550

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Flight crew, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Flight crew, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Flight crews; Air pilots; Bowman Field (Ky.)

    • A flight crew consisting of seven men (three in uniforms, four in leather jackets) pose with an airplane in the background at Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky. The man third from the left is Alvin L. Prichard, Sr. and to his immediate right is...
    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Hangars; Aerial views; Bowman Field (Ky.)

    • Aerial photograph of airplanes at rest at Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky. Two adjacent hangars are at center, shown from the right side. Three rows of planes are in front, with one row of planes behind to the left and three other planes....
    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Aerial photographs; Bowman Field (Ky.)

    • Aerial view of Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky. Photo shows a plane on the tarmac, hangar, and administration building. The airfield, established in 1919 by Abram H. Bowman, is still in operation, although Standiford Field (now Louisville...
    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1939.

    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1939.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Aerial photographs; Bowman Field (Ky.)

    • Aerial view of buildings at Bowman Field, near front of photo, and tarmac, beyond. The airfield, established in 1919 by Abram H. Bowman, is still in operation, although Standiford Field (now Louisville International Airport) took over commercial...
    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Aerial view, Bowman Field, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Aerial photographs; Bowman Field (Ky.)

    • Aerial view, taken from the left, of Louisville, Kentucky's Bowman Field. Two adjacent buildings, an air strip, three rows of planes on the ground, and five airplanes in the air are shown. The airfield, established in 1919 by Abram H. Bowman, is...
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