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    Aquamanile in the Form of a Horse, ca. 1400 German (Nuremberg) Copper alloy

    Javier Marín

    Rinaldo Carnielo (1853-1910)

    An altered book by Brian Dettmer.

    Artist Brian Dettmer alters pre-existing books one page at a time using knives, tweezers and surgical tools. He begins by sealing the books edges, creating an enclosed vessel full of unearthed potential. Nothing inside the old encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed.

    Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

    Thread installation by Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe | Como, Italy for Miniartextil.

    Out of Disorder: Topographical Maps Carved from Electrical Tape and Intricate Thread Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

    Roman Vitali "Vine para mostrarte como la nieve se derrite entre mis manos". Año: 2011. Técnica; tejido con cuentas acrílicas facetadas encastrables. Cristal. Metal.

    DADA....Dadaism 1916-1923....the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in New York 1915. Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the "Mama of Dada".

    Auguste Rodin


    Perseo, Cellini


    Henry C. Fehr, “Perseo e Andromeda”, 1898.

    Omar Rayyan

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    Winged Griffin Aquamanile. copper alloy,ca 1400

    The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection -- Powered by IBM Head of a Griffin Camel Pazyryk 6th Ce BC

    AAquamanile in the Form of a Dragon ca. 1200 Culture: North German

    Giant Griffin, Persian, circa 516-465 BC Early references to griffins are found in ancient Persian and Egyptian mythology. Griffins were often used as statues in Persian palaces. These early statues usually showed the griffins with horizontal wings lying along the back of the body. Griffins were also depicted as pulling chariots of the gods of Mesopotamia and the Pharoahs of Egypt.

    Aquamanile in the Form of a Griffin [German (Nuremberg)] (1975.1.1413) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art