Collections: Items Tagged "Aquatint"

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On View: Hair Ornament

Ivory’s value results from its scarcity, as well as its association with the elephant, a symbol of power and strength. Ivory bracelets...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Yachting Trophy

    Works with a connection to Brooklyn are of particular interest to curators when they select objects for the collection. This trophy in the s...

     
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    Found 80 Items Tagged "Aquatint"


    She Prays for Her (Ruega por ella)Lads Making Ready (Muchachos al avío)Those Specks of Dust (Aquellos Polbos)Theyve Already Got a Seat (Ya tienen asiento)Nobody Knows Himself (Nadie se conoce)Love and Death (El amor y la muerte)To the Count of the Palatine (Al Conde Palatino)They Are Hot (Estan calientes)Poor Little Girls! (Pobrecitas!)Thou Who Canst Not (Tu que no puedes)That Certainly Is Being Able to Read (Esto si que es leer)Tantalus (Tantalo)Out Hunting for Teeth (A caza de dientes)And His House Is on Fire (Ysele queme la casa)Sleep Overcomes Them (Las rinde el sueño)Neither More nor Less (Ni mas ni menos)Pretty Teacher! (Linda maestra!)Swallow It, Dog (Tragala perro)
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