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Velčovský produced the Snow Vases by moulding snow into vase forms and then casting them in plaster - a technique he describes as "lost-snow...

Period: Mid-Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Medium: Glass Dimensions: H. 11.25 cm. Classification: Glass

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Tsuneko San (Head of a Japanese Girl) 1931 The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, NY

the "Mosaic Court" at the sacred Eanna precinct dedicated to the goddess Inanna from Uruk, southern Mesopotamia, Sumerian civilization (modern Warka, southern Iraq) Uruk IV period, ca 3000 - 3100 BC This building and its columns were made of small mud bricks, which were then faced with a layer of mud plaster. Red, white, or black baked clay cones were then pushed into the mud plaster walls, creating colorful geometric patterns along the pillars and walls. by kairoinfo4u, via Flickr

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