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    • Standard Oil Building, 2013.

    • Standard Oil Building, 2013.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Offices;

    • Standard Oil Building seen from the street. There are cars parked along the curb. Location: 426 West Bloom Street. Current uses: School of Urban and Public Affairs. Former uses: housed the Center for Urban and Economic Research, Standard Oil of...
    • Nero as a child, front view.

    • Nero as a child, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Emperors; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Children; Youth; Boys; Clothing & dress; Jewelry; Pendants (Jewelry); Hairstyles; Gestures

    • The Louvre portrait is of a "young boy wearing a toga praetexta (a purple-bordered toga) and bulla (ornament worn around a child's neck). […] Comparisons with coins bearing the image of Britannicus exclude the possibility that this is a...
    • 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...
    • Untitled.

    • Untitled.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; History; Storytelling; Men; Women; Disfigured persons; Heads (Anatomy); Faces; Teeth; Hands; Gestures; Sitting; Standing; Nudes; Backs (Anatomy); Muscles; Punishment & torture; Violence; Ropes; Chains; Blood; Wounds...

    • Oil on heavy fabric, canvas; “ ‘My artwork is a process of storytelling—bringing and invoking the past and spirits and ancestors into people and environments. The society… has created an environment of mistrust… Everyone has to conform to...
    • Three Dancers in Yellow Skirts.

    • Three Dancers in Yellow Skirts.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Dance; Ballet; Dancers; Ballerinas; Ballet dancers; Backs (Anatomy); Costumes; Flowers; Standing; Eating & drinking; Drinking vessels; Artists' signatures

    • "Here is concerned with the dancers' preparations just before appearing on stage. [...] One of the dancers is seen from the back; another drinks from a glass; and a third adjusts the blue tulle flowers of her costume." (p.109)
    • Ring with cameo.

    • Ring with cameo.

    • Jewelry; Rings; Goldwork; Metalwork; Myths; Legends; Cupids; Supernatural beings; Fictitious characters; Dolphins; Aquatic animals; Animals; Whips; Boats; Vessels; Vehicles; Bodies of water

    • "This ring is formed from a circular hollow band made from rolled and soldered gold leaf, which flares out near the bezel. The bezel, rectangular in shape but with rounded corners, is set with a blue-tinged agate in two layers against a white...
    • The cemetery at Inning (so-called).

    • The cemetery at Inning (so-called).

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Landscape paintings; Landscapes (Representations); Cemeteries; Graves; Crosses; Architecture; Buildings; Steeples

    • Canvas. Inv. no. L.1828. On loan from the collection of George Schafer, Schweinfurt. This is not in fact a picture of the cemetery of Inning, near Lake Ammer. The artist can only have drawn inspiration from the grave crosses he had seen in Bavaria...
    • Green & Maroon.

    • Green & Maroon.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works; Colors

    • "By the turn of the 1950s Rothko had arrived at the pictorial format which was to serve him for the rest of his career; horizontal lozenges of soft-edged color hovering in a large vertically oriented field. These clouds of color were seen by...
    • Untitled Film Still, No. 6.

    • Untitled Film Still, No. 6.

    • Photographs; Film stills; Motion pictures; Feminism; Symbols; Women; Artists; Photographers; Actors; Costumes; Fictitious characters; Daydreaming; Posing; Gestures; Leisure; Clothing & dress; Robes; Lingerie; Underwear; Mirrors; Bedsheets

    • Edition of 10. "Sherman poses as a woman daydreaming. She holds a mirror, a clichéd symbol of vanity, in one hand. Momentarily her blank stare triggers a disturbing 'double-take'. She becomes a victim of crime in a police photograph, 'killed'...
    • 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...
    • Filter Fat Corner.

    • Filter Fat Corner.

    • Sculpture; Allusions; Chemistry; Science; Interpersonal relations; Social science; Sociology; Utopias

    • "The work consisted of a triangular gauze filter stretched across a corner into which lumps of fat had been packed. Apart from alluding to physical metamorphoses brought about via osmosis, processes of refinement and purification were evoked....
    • The Alcoholic.

    • The Alcoholic.

    • Photographs; Composite photographs; Montages; Justice; Social justice; Social values; Economic & social conditions; Moral & ethical aspects; Ethics; Alcoholism; Men; Sleeping; Artists; Sculptors; Photographers; Heads (Anatomy); Faces;...

    • "Gilbert and George's presence in their photo-works can be seen as an extension of their early performance activities. They often stand apart from the other imagery in the pieces as though acknowledging the artifice involved. Moral conundrums...
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