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Taisei Minakami (1877-1951). Birds, Orchids and Banyan Tree, ca. 1920. Two-fold screen; ink and color on gold-sprinkled silk, brocade mount, 67 1/2 x 72 7/8 in. (171.5 x 185.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift from the Collection of Liza Hyde, 1994.193. Creative Commons-BY

Forse che si, forse che no... #mantova #mantua #palazzoducale #dannunzio #gonzaga #ceiling

Bronze Figure of Silenus, Roman Imperial Period : 1st century B.C.- 1st century A.D.

Interior with sleeping man and woman darning socks by Wybrand Hendriks(1744-1831) after 1800

Ivory plaque from a bookbinding, Leon, Spain ca. 1060. Louvre

Anglo-Saxon runes (Futhorc)

Sakkara, Tomb of Kagmeni, Ancient Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

Plaque Culture: Edo (Africa) Provenience: Nigeria, Benin Kingdom Date Made: 16th century Materials: Bronze, Copper Alloy Technique: Lost wax casting Description: Oba making offering Penn Museum

Indus Valley Terracotta Female Figurine, Pakistan/Western India Circa: 3000 to 2000 BCE

Gate of All Nations, Persia/Iran

Ars moriendi, Provence, 15th century. Marseille, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 89, fol. 64r

Huichol (Mexican) beaded jaguar mask

A collection of seals and tablets from a single house along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa. The association of these different types of objects together in one house show that some people, possibly merchants, were using a wide variety of inscribed objects. (Harappa flourished from 2600 to 1700 BCE) Harappa Archaeological Research Project.

Cambridge, Harvard University, Houghton Library MS Typ 157, f. 96v.

For #InternationalCatDay, a deftly depicted feline ready to pounce on its prey 🐱🍅 #MFAH #JapaneseArt Takahashi Hiroaki, "Cat Prowling Around a Staked Tomato Plant" (detail) 1931, #woodblock print, MFAH, gift of Stephen and Stephanie Hamilton in memory of Leslie A. Hamilton

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Pre-Columbian, Gulf Coast Mexico, ca. 550-950 CE. Another slide terracotta whistling flute depicting a standing lord with a wheel behind his back representing the Sun, arms raised in adoration to God.

Portrait d'un jeune homme vêtu à la mode séfévide lisant un livre | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Seemorgh and Zaal, 16th century Persian miniature

Mayan Art: Stone carving of the Mayan king Janaab' Pakal 1. 603-683 C.E.

The Dunstable Swan. Found in a dig in Dunstable, Beds circa1400


Jamie Wyeth was encouraged to seriously pursue art at a young age, but never attended art school. Instead, he left school at the age of 11 and received instruction at home from his aunt, a #surrealist painter, with critical guidance from his father. Visit #JamieWyeth, on view through Oct 5, to explore the artist's distinctive approach to #realism over the course of six decades. | Marc F. Henning Photography. #CrystalBridges

“I'm attracted to the myths because, for me, it's a language to link with people.” —Indian artist Nalini Malani on “Hanuman Bearing the Mountaintop with Medicinal Herbs.” Click the link in our profile to hear her discuss this devotional image of Hanuman from ca. 1800. #metmuseum #MetArtistProject #NaliniMalani

Unfinished Head of Nefertiti. Egyptian Museum of Cairo