Collections: Items Tagged "games"

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On View: Doorjamb of Thaasetimu

Painted raised relief was the normal mode of decoration on the inside of Egyptian tombs and temples. Here a tomb owner is shown in the embra...

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: Camelid Conopa

    Small stone figurines, or conopas, of llamas and alpacas were the most common ritual effigies used in the highlands of Peru and Bolivia. The...

     
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    Hibiya and Soto-Sakurada From Yamashita-Cho, No. 3 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoGaming Board Inscribed for Amenhotep III with Separate Sliding DrawerA Pic-Nic PartyThe Trump CardChildrens Games (Jeux denfants)The Rigor of the Game, Kearsarge Hall, North Conway, New Hampshire"Coney Island"The Veterans"Coney Island"Led by Songhur Balkhi and Lulu the Spy, the Ayyars Slit the Throats of Prison Guards and Free Said Farrukh-NizhadHopscotch. 105th St., New York[Untitled] (Seated Portrait of William Rand and Grandaughter Peggy Lee Playing Checkers)CarnivalWinter PastimeGame Pieces for Mah Jong or Chinese DominosBoy and Dog, Iron Pier, Coney Island, BrooklynPawn
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