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Frank Lloyd Wright

Detail of ceramic tiles in Abakh Hoja Tomb, burial place of Muhatum Ajam, Kashgar, Xinjiang, China

william morris

luli sanchez

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Ajrakh hand block prints

art in the age of mechanical reproduction, eye chart art?

Two wooden anatomical figures 17th century A pair of models with removable chest and abdomen covers. Some religious restrictions on dissection were lifted in the 15th century, which led to the wider study of anatomy, using models like these as extra teaching aids. Both figures show the heart and lungs. One shows a pregnant female with a baby in the uterus, and the other the kidney and intestines in a male.

Two wooden anatomical figures 17th century A pair of models with removable chest and abdomen covers. Some religious restrictions on dissection were lifted in the 15th century, which led to the wider study of anatomy, using models like these as extra teaching aids. Both figures show the heart and lungs. One shows a pregnant female with a baby in the uterus, and the other the kidney and intestines in a male.

Dish, colorless glass, decorated with enamel and gilded. India, Mughal; c. 1700. The flowers on the dish were contoured on the inside with gold and filled in with red and yellow enamel, while the outside was painted solely in yellow. This produces a kind of three-dimensional effect that is characteristic of Mughal glass art with painted decoration, which brings otherwise quite static patterns to life. In contrast to other Islamic areas, glass appeared fairly late in India.

horses 1850 new york

fire ants wall paper.

Fire Ants Wallpaper

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ESCHERTRON

by Kitty Genius

zoori-i

Fringilla, or, Tales in verse (1895)Illustrations by Will Bradley

h cube par hermes 02

h cube par hermes 02

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Beetle Pattern by Holly Trill

Beetle Pattern Art Print by Holly Trill | Society6

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Eva Hesse, 1966

Gaudi mosaic 6 by quinet, via Flickr

Fingerprint patterns (OP)

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) Piston de courant d'air, 1914

The Edinburgh Zoo Panda tartan designed in 2011 by Kinloch Anderson Ltd; the black and white colours represent the pandas; the red represents China; green represents bamboo. (tartanregister.gov.uk)

Rudolf Stingel, Untitled, 2004