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Title: Pilgrim Priests with Portable Shrine  Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei  Artist Bio: Japanese, 1841 - 1934  Creation Date: c. 1890s  Process: albumen print

Title: Pilgrim Priests with Portable Shrine Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei Artist Bio: Japanese, 1841 - 1934 Creation Date: c. 1890s Process: albumen print

Erhart,Gregor,sculptor.Saint Mary Magdalen. Originally, the statue was surrounded by six angels, following the angraving by Duerer.   Lime,polychrome and gilt,Augsburg,Germany,1515-1520.  Gothic woodcarving,15th cent.  Louvre Museum

Erhart,Gregor,sculptor.Saint Mary Magdalen. Originally, the statue was surrounded by six angels, following the angraving by Duerer. Lime,polychrome and gilt,Augsburg,Germany,1515-1520. Gothic woodcarving,15th cent. Louvre Museum

brooches by Julia Harrison. Reminds me of the Magritte painting of a slice of ham with an eye in the center. So cool.

brooches by Julia Harrison. Reminds me of the Magritte painting of a slice of ham with an eye in the center. So cool.

by Kusakabe Kimbei, ca. 1880 (This 'Girl in heavy storm', attributed to Kusakabe Kimbei, is one of the most spectacular images of 19th c. Japanese photography, colored according to the aesthetics of ukiyo-e prints, and where it was also create a sense of ultimate realism. Photographer simulated the effect of the negative streaking rain, wind and printing was achieved by introducing rods in kimono model, seeking an illusionism that refers both to the engraving and the world of kabuki theater)

by Kusakabe Kimbei, ca. 1880 (This 'Girl in heavy storm', attributed to Kusakabe Kimbei, is one of the most spectacular images of 19th c. Japanese photography, colored according to the aesthetics of ukiyo-e prints, and where it was also create a sense of ultimate realism. Photographer simulated the effect of the negative streaking rain, wind and printing was achieved by introducing rods in kimono model, seeking an illusionism that refers both to the engraving and the world of kabuki theater)

Title: Japanese Shoes  Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei  Artist Bio: Japanese, 1841 - 1934  Creation Date: c. 1890s  Process: albumen print

Title: Japanese Shoes Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei Artist Bio: Japanese, 1841 - 1934 Creation Date: c. 1890s Process: albumen print

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