“Length of furnishing fabric  American, about 1930  Attributed to Thomas Lamb,  For Du Pont Rayon Company”  “Undyed linen printed with black silhouette pattern of scrolling arabesques entwined with figures of mythological goddess Diana with dogs hunting deer, in the style of contemporary Art Deco designers William Hunt Diederich, Paul Manship, and Edgar Brandt.”

“Length of furnishing fabric American, about 1930 Attributed to Thomas Lamb, For Du Pont Rayon Company” “Undyed linen printed with black silhouette pattern of scrolling arabesques entwined with figures of mythological goddess Diana with dogs hunting deer, in the style of contemporary Art Deco designers William Hunt Diederich, Paul Manship, and Edgar Brandt.”

Handscroll of Frolicking Animals, 12th century. Attributed to the monk Toba Sōjō (Japanese, 1053–1140). One of the earliest examples of an anthropomorphic tale, whose protagonists are animals and fantastic creatures. Designated an official National Treasure in Japan.

Handscroll of Frolicking Animals, 12th century. Attributed to the monk Toba Sōjō (Japanese, 1053–1140). One of the earliest examples of an anthropomorphic tale, whose protagonists are animals and fantastic creatures. Designated an official National Treasure in Japan.

Autumn Reflections - Little Indian Souix River, Ely, Minnesota

Reflections Down The Creek

Irish Artist - Linda Brunker, metal sculpture. #art #metal #sculpture. Beautiful and serene, don't you think? http://leonacreativecoach.com/                                                                                                                                                      More

Irish Artist - Linda Brunker, metal sculpture. #art #metal #sculpture. Beautiful and serene, don't you think? http://leonacreativecoach.com/ More

Indian Hunter and His Dog, Paul Manship,  1926, bronze, 23 1/4 x 23 1/2 x 7 in. (59.0 x 59.7 x 17.8 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the artist, 1965.16.11

Indian Hunter and His Dog, Paul Manship, 1926, bronze, 23 1/4 x 23 1/2 x 7 in. (59.0 x 59.7 x 17.8 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the artist, 1965.16.11

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