Collections: Items Tagged "courtyard"

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On View: "Metamorphic Library Chair", from "Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions Etc.." Plate 29 (volume I, July 1811)

Morgan & Sanders’s metamorphic library chair established the basic mechanical design for this form. Their chair was rendered in th...

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: Mantle ("The Paracas Textile")

    This extraordinarily complex mantle, or cloak, is one of the most renowned Andean textiles in the world. It was most likely used as a ceremo...

     
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    Found 18 Items Tagged "courtyard"


    Umar, Disguised as Mazmahil the Surgeon, Practices Quackery on the Sorcerers of AntaliThe Massacre of the Innocents (Le massacre des innocents)House in a Courtyard (Maison dans la cour)The Healing of Peters Mother-in-law (La guérison de la belle-mère de Pierre)Relief of Temple CourtyardThe Daughter of Jairus (La fille de Zäire)Flower Garden[Untitled] (La Coste, Provence, France)Led by Songhur Balkhi and Lulu the Spy, the Ayyars Slit the Throats of Prison Guards and Free Said Farrukh-NizhadInterior Courtyard 2Gautama is Relieved to Find That His Son Chirakarin Has Not Carried Out His Impulsive Order to Execute Ahalya, Leaf from a Razmnama ManuscriptBilavala RaginiEpisode Surrounding the Birth of Krishna, Page from a Dispersed Bhagavata Purana SeriesA Lady and her Elderly ServantTemple Courtyard with Blossoming Plum TreeLeaf from a Dispersed Hamir Hath SeriesView from Site in Northern Africa or SyriaUntitled
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