Native American Chief Massasoit...probably not at all what he looked like but at least they made an effort Duplic Statues, Chiefs Statues, American Indian, American Art, Chiefs Massasoit Prob, Chiefs Massasoit Mi, Massachusetts, American Chiefs, Native American
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Metallic Beings - beautiful!!!
Wire Sculptures By Richard Stainthorp
Самые необычные работы кузнецов
A life-size bronze statue of African-American civil-rights stalwart Rosa Parks, sitting on a bus bench, the focal point of a plaza at a Dallas Area Rapid Transit, or DART, station that was completed in 2009 in Dallas, Texas
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Carpeaux: Pêcheur napolitain à la coquille
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Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux : le Pêcheur Napolitain ou Pêcheur à la Coquille
boy statue ~~ Carpeaux: Pêcheur napolitain à la coquille
Wooden sculpture of a lady (14th century) at the Bardini Museum, Florence
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Wooden sculpture of a lady (14th century) at the Bardini Museum, Florencesculpture Italian 14th century - Google Search
I really enjoy this statue for the simple fact that whoever crafted this did it with love and a lot of talent is also seen to be able to make this.
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sculptures and statues | 12. Playful Mom and Daughter – Salt Lake City, Utah
weird statues and sculptures around the world
Mother swinging a little girl
This statue outside of a building in Salt Lake City, Utah depicts a mother swinging her daughter around and around. It’s a strange place for that sort of statue, but I bet if you walk past it you can’t help but smile
Lady with Borzoi - french sculptor George Coste. Art Deco - 1930.
The Watcher from the abandoned gardens of The Guild Inn, Toronto, Ontario.
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archway: The Watcher, from the abandoned gardens of The Guild Inn.
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GATE - The Watcher from the abandoned gardens of The Guild Inn, Toronto, Ontario.
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Barren winter landscapes bring sculptural and architectural details into bold and stark prominence...turning winter walks into visual adventures.
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THANK YOU FOR FOLLOWING ME!! I appreciate all my follower and please feel free to pin all or any of my pins. Thank you also for all the pins you provide for our enjoyment. don't forget to follow that yellow brick road back to the t.v or cinema to watch some of these great films you keep pinning too
Michael Parkes Love this!!!
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Michael Parkes sculpture
Angel Affair - Michael Parkes 1944 ~ Bronze Sculptures Artist http://pinterest.com/dianab123/angelscherubs/
Angel Affair bronze sculpture by Michael Parkes
having fun with statues
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Funny statue poses
having fun with statues. These people are all going to die. Don't blink!!
smart people who see statues and have way too much time on their hands
Statue of Boudica, Westminster Bridge, London. Boudica, also known as Boadicea or Buddug (d. AD 60 or 61) was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire.
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Statue of warrior queen Boudica, (d. AD 60 or 61). She was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led a very serious uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire for some very serious reasons.
Statue of Queen Boadicea, London, England
Queen Boadicea (partially illustrated) by Thomas Thornycroft on the Embankment
Statue of the Celtic Queen Boudica, Westminster Bridge, London. Boudica, also known as Boadicea or Buddug in Welsh (d. AD 60 or 61) was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire after the Romans broke a treaty and attacked Boadicca's people. She burned Londinium (London) to the ground and slaughtered a Roman army in 60 AD. An inspirational female warrior with tremendous bravery against an overwhleming force who believed in freedom.
Ethelfleda (scourge of the Vikings), with her young nephew Athelstan (destined to be the first King of all England) at her side.
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Ethelfleda with her young nephew Athelstan
Ethelfleda - Lady of the Mercians who ruled ruled Mercia 911 - 918. Ethelfleda was the daughter of Alfred the Great. With her is her young nephew Aethelstan, destined to be the first King of England.
Ancient kneeling Norse warrior statue from Norwegian church
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Ancient kneeling Norse warrior statue from Norwegian church from Captain America The First Avenger
the statue of Camden of Cray, the warrior who brought life to the kingdoms by splitting the earth open with his hammer and creating the Camden river
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Alfred the Great, King of the English. A wise man and a great leader. Google Image Result for upload.wikimedia....
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On the day 26th October, 899 Alfred the Great died. King of the Anglo Saxons. Statue of King Alfred in Winchester, England
King Alfred the Great. (871-899) House of Wessex. Queen Elizabeth II's 32nd great-grandfather! Succeeded his brother Aethelred. Defended England against Danish invasion and founded the first English navy. He encouraged the translation of scholarly works from Latin (some he translated himself) and promoted the development of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. This ensured his deeds were recorded in history. We know more about him than any other Anglo Saxon King. Succeeded by son, Edward.
Magna Carta - ending the absolute arbitrary power of the king via American Minute
Alfred the Great--Savior of the English Language
Alfred the Great (Old English: 849 – 899) was King of Wessex from 871 to 899. Alfred successfully defended his kingdom against the Viking attempt at conquest, and by his death had become the dominant ruler in England. He is the only English monarch to be accorded the epithet "the Great". Alfred was the first King of the West Saxons to style himself "King of the Anglo-Saxons". Alfred was a learned and merciful man who encouraged education and improed the legal system. posted by www.futons-direct.co.uk
Statue of Leif Eriksson, Son of Erik the Red in Qassiarsuk, South Greenland
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Statue of Leif Eriksson, Son of Erik the Red in Qassiarsuk, South Greenland, I am related to him, so cool I wish my family history didn't burn in a house fire... so much lost then
Leif Eriksson in Iceland: A statue of Leif Eriksson in Reykjavik, Iceland. Many believe that this famous Viking explorer was the first European to reach North America, sometime around the year 1000. (Photo Credit: Macduff Everton/CORBIS)
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giant Moorish statue on front of a building in Germany. It is surprising the large numbers of Moorish/African figures and paintings across Europe. And, in-case anyone try to explain this away by saying that Black figures appeared there because of slavery, would be a lie. Who would make slaves their Patron Saint? Or to use them as emblems on coats of arms, flags, etc...?? They don't appear in the Americas, or the Caribbean, places where vast more Black slaves were kept.
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Moorish statue on front of a building in Germany. When you look, depictions of Moorish or African people can be found in all eras since the Roman Empire, all across Europe.
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Africans were stripped of their pride, self worth, human rights, and chance at progression
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He supports slavery and enforces a slave code.
The first Statue of Liberty given to the US by France was a Black woman that the US turned down so France replaced that one with the version currently in New York harbor. This Black Lady Liberty also made by France is found on the Island of St. Martin.