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Seed Planting Basket

Artist Unknown, Korea

A wide cylindrically-shaped basket with an opening at the top. Used to store seeds while farmers would walk and scatter them to plant.

1875-1925

2009/2.54

honeysuckle vine

rank 0.31612

asian

containers

containers by form

east asian

objects we use

people and culture

styles and periods

styles and periods by region

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Furuto o fuko shojo (Girl and Flute)

Nakayama Tadashi

A girl in patterned dress is playing flute and there are flowers on the bottom left of the print.

born 1927

20th century

1973

2011/2.27

color woodblock print on paper

rank 0.31612

aerophones

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by gender

sound devices

sound devices by acoustical characteristics

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Convergence

George Kushiator

There are blues, reds, blacks, yellows, aquamarines intertwined in this piece, creating a swirling effect and different shapes throughout. All of the shapes converge in the center where the color shapes are smaller and more intwined.

(1963 - )

2011

2012/1.232

digital print on canvas

rank 0.31612

objects we use

people and occupations

printer

prints

prints by process or technique

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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Scoil Mhure #29, County Galway, Ireland

Jock Sturges

Two kids in uniforms standing in front of a large group of children.

1995

2013/2.180

toned gelatin silver print on paper

rank 0.31612

costume

costume by function

military uniforms

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by family relationship

uniforms

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Untitled

K. Hatch

Two girls. One in a dark shirt and necklace in the foreground and the second with her hand around the corner, wearing a striped shirt.

1998

2013/2.200

gelatin silver print mounted on board

rank 0.31612

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by family relationship

visual works

visual works by subject type

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Larry and Jesse

Sally Mann

A man and young boy on hte beach. He is standing on a surfboard. The man is kissing his hand.

b. 1951

late 20th century

2014/2.186

toned gelatin silver workprint on paper

rank 0.31612

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by age group

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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Untitled

Mel DiGiacomo

A man with his glasses on his hand on the shoulder of a girl and looking at her, while she is wearing a sweatshirt and is in profile view.

late 20th century

2014/2.190

black and white photograph on paper

rank 0.31612

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by age group

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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Hand to Niemeyer, Niteroi, Brazil

Kristin Capp

Contemporary white boat in the background. A man standing on the right side, extending his arm.

2005

2014/2.365

archival pigment print on paper

rank 0.31612

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by gender

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by general type

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Imari Fluted Bowl

Artist Unknown, Japan

19th century

19th century

UA2002.6

porcelain, blue underglaze and enamel overglaze painting

rank 0.31612

containers

containers by form

descriptors

design elements

objects we use

patterns (design elements)

patterns by specific type

vessels

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Jar with abstract dragon design

Artist Unknown, Korea

Round porcelain jar with iron pigment under colorless glaze. An abstract dragon spirals around and up the body of the piece, marked by quick brushstrokes indicating scales and unrestrained swirls indicating features such as its head and feet. A slight valley in the contour of the jar marks where two separately thrown pieces were joined together.

The foot is rather small for the size of the body.

17th century

17th century

1961/2.88

porcelain with iron pigment under colorless glaze

rank 0.31603

animals and creatures

containers

containers by form

descriptors

legendary creatures

object genres

object genres by material

objects we use

pottery (object genre)

stoneware

vessels

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Jade ornamental snuff bottle

Artist Unknown, China

20th century

circa 1912-1949

1980/2.17

jadeite

rank 0.31603

containers

containers by function or context

containers for personal use

containers for smoking and tobacco use

descriptors

food

fruit

materials

materials by function

materials by origin

objects we use

plant material

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Agate snuff bottle

Artist Unknown, China

20th century

circa 1st half of 20th century

1980/2.18

agate and jadeite

rank 0.31603

containers

containers by function or context

containers for personal use

containers for smoking and tobacco use

descriptors

food

fruit

materials

materials by function

materials by origin

objects we use

plant material

Blue-and-white jar with dragon-and-cloud design

Artist Unknown, Korea

Large porcelain jar decorated with cobalt pigment under colorless glaze. Repeating clouds border the rim of the jar, while a dragon head and feet are depicted on the main body below. Two blue bands separate the design from the white base below, balancing the rim and bottom portion of the jar. The very tip and base of the piece are also marked with blue bands.

18th century

18th century

2004/1.282

porcelain with cobalt pigment under colorless glaze

rank 0.31603

animals and creatures

containers

containers by form

descriptors

legendary creatures

object genres

object genres by material

objects we use

pottery (object genre)

stoneware

vessels

Black silk Dochugi kimono raincoat

Artist Unknown, Japan

Black dochugi raincoat with michiyuki style neckline and buttons down the front.

second half of 20th century

1960s-1970s

2005/1.404

black satin damask with woven stripe design

rank 0.31603

costume

costume by form

descriptors

design elements

geometric patterns

main garments

objects we use

outerwear

overcoats

patterns (design elements)

patterns by specific type

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Washington

Frederick Halpin

This black and white print depicts a portrait of a seated man holding a sword in one hand and what appears to be a book in the other. The figure wears a black jacket and a white cravat. The figure’s expression is stern and his gaze meets the viewer’s directly. His hair is white and pulled back into a queue.

1805-1880

2012/2.196

engraving and stipple on wove Rives paper

rank 0.31603

administrators

executives

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by gender

people by occupation

people in government and administration

visual works

visual works by subject type

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Allie, Nick, Chris, Edgar, Kyle and Xavier - St. Johns, Portland, 2011

Bobby Abrahamson

Six people standing with their arms around eachother.

2011; printed 2012

2014/2.116

black and white photograph on paper

rank 0.31603

objects we use

people (agents)

people and culture

people by age group

photographs

photographs by form

positives

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

youth

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The Star

Alvin Coburn

1882-1966

20th century

1882-1966

1972/1.168

hand-pulled photogravure on paper

rank 0.31583

geography

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

reflections

sailing vessels

sailing vessels by size

suns

the natural world

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by method of propulsion

watercraft by specific type

waterscapes

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The Riva, No. 2, One of the 'Twenty-six Etchings,' or the 'Second Venice Set'

James McNeill Whistler

A view of a city along the edge of water sweeps from the foreground towards the right in the distance. Along quays, bridges and promenades can be seen groupoings of people walking and in conversation. Boats populate the water's edge: smaller boats in the foreground, larger multi-masted ships in the distance.

1834-1903

19th century

1879-1880

1954/1.389

etching and drypoint, printed in warm black ink on laid paper, trimmed to platem

rank 0.31500

architecture

cityscapes

europe

flat-bottomed watercraft

geography

italy

locality

monohulls

objects we use

ships

study

tents

the natural world

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by form

watercraft by sectional form

watercraft by specific type

waterscapes

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Venice - Grand Canal

Fratelli Alinari

(active 1854 - 1920)

20th century

1854-1920

1991/1.102

albumen print on paper

rank 0.31500

architecture

cityscapes

europe

figures

flat-bottomed watercraft

geography

italy

locality

modern and contemporary art

monohulls

objects we use

people and occupations

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by form

watercraft by sectional form

watercraft by specific type

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Sunset over Water

Walmsley Brothers

active 1890s

19th century

circa 1897

1990/2.10

gelatin silver print on paper

rank 0.31496

atmospheric effects

geography

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

reflections

sailing vessels

sailing vessels by size

the natural world

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by method of propulsion

watercraft by specific type

waterscapes

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They Give Their Lives - Do You Lend Your Savings? W.S.S. - War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government

Horace Devitt Welsh

1888-1942

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.103A

color lithograph on paper

rank 0.31489

architecture

armed conflicts

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

geography

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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Brewton Inn, Charleston

Jane C. Stanley

1863-1940

20th century

1863-1940

1954/1.262

graphite on white paper

rank 0.31479

architecture

buildings and the land

modern and contemporary art

objects

public accommodations

single built works

single built works by function

single built works by specific type

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Death Leading an Old Man to His Grave, No. 5 of The Five Deaths series

Stefano della Bella

1610-1664

17th century

circa 1648

1963/2.50

etching and engraving on paper

rank 0.31479

buildings and the land

funerary structures

how we live

man

objects

rites of passage

single built works

single built works by function

single built works by specific type

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Engraved Powder Horn

Artist Unknown

Animal horn engraved with the Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom, in which a crowned lion and a chained unicorn supporting a shield stand above a banner with the motto “dieu et mon droit” (which directly translated from French means “God and my right” referring to the monarch’s divine right to govern which has been used as the motto of the British monarch since it was adopted by Henry V (1413-1422)). The shield consists of four quadrants: the first quadrant contains four lions, the second contains three fleurs de lis, the third contains a mermaid and a harp, the fourth contains three lions and a stag or dog-like animal. Surrounding the shield is a belt or garter upon which is emblazoned “Honi soit qui mal y pense” which means “evil unto they who think evil,” the motto of the Order of the Knights of the Garter, an ancient exclusive British order consisting of 25 members who were selected by the king of England. Near the base, the horn is engraved with a cityscape of Philadelphia from the harbor with numerous buildings, towers, boats and ships, and a man with a rifle shooting at a stag or lion in the distance.

18th century

18th century

2007/1.101

animal horn

rank 0.31476

animal material

descriptors

geographic and political locations

keratinous material

materials

materials by origin

north and central america (continent)

objects we use

pennsylvania (state)

united states (nation)

visual works

visual works by subject type

weapons and ammunition

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Mother and Child. No. 2

James McNeill Whistler

A woman with curly hair and a scarf or bandeau around her hair sits sideways (facing left) on a couch, looking down. In her lap, seated at a right angle to the woman's legs, is a young child. Behind the couch is indication of drapery hanging.

1834-1903

19th century

1890

1954/1.454

lithograph on laid paper

rank 0.31471

family

figures

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

how we live

objects we use

people and occupations

relationships

sleeping and reclining furniture

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Mizusashi (cold water jar for the tea ceremony)

Seifû Yohei III

1854-1914

20th century

circa 1893-1914

1954/1.515A&B

porcelain with celadon glaze and inlaid white slip design

rank 0.31471

ceramics

containers

descriptors

inorganic material

materials

materials by composition

object genres

object genres by material

objects we use

pottery (object genre)

stoneware

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Checker Players

Milton Avery

1885 - 1965

20th century

1939

1962/2.5

oil on canvas

rank 0.31471

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

genres

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and occupations

sleeping and reclining furniture

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Mahishasuramardini with eight arms

Artist Unknown, India, North or Central India

18th-19th century

18th century - 19th century

1976/2.50

bronze

rank 0.31471

animals

associated concepts

mammals

objects

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by state or condition

religions and religious concepts

religious concepts

the natural world

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Andy Warhol in Paris, from "Portfolio of 15 Photographs"

Helmut Newton

(Berlin, 1920 - 2004, Los Angeles, CA)

20th century

1977

1984/1.277.10

gelatin silver print on paper

rank 0.31471

figures

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and occupations

sleeping and reclining furniture

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Untitled, from "Sighs and Whispers, Bloomingdales"

Guy Bourdin

1928-1991

20th century

circa 1976

1989/1.74.8

Type-C print on paper

rank 0.31471

figures

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and occupations

sleeping and reclining furniture

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Untitled, from "Sighs and Whispers, Bloomingdales"

Guy Bourdin

1928-1991

20th century

circa 1976

1989/1.74.9

Type-C print on paper

rank 0.31471

figures

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and occupations

sleeping and reclining furniture

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Seated Male Figure

Artist Unknown, African, Yombe Peoples Democratic Republic of the Congo

Small, carved male figure, seated atop a block, with legs crossed. The naturalism with which the expressive face is carved, the high crested coiffure (or chiefly cap?) and the progressive foreshortening of the body show the importance given to the head in Yombe aesthetics. The figure's eyes are mirrored glass, and the upper body, face and head are studded with brass tacks. A slight vertical crack can be seen at the figure's sternum.

The Yombe figure was identified for UMMA by Allen Roberts and Mary (Polly) Nooter Roberts. There was a discrepency regarding the dating of the piece: the export paperwork said "circa 1830", but the dealer's catalogue said early 19th c. When asked to help resolve the dating, Polly Nooter Roberts replied: "As for the Yombe figure, I can tell you with certainty that it is NOT early 20th century, and is definitely from the 19th century, if not earlier. I cannot confirm the 1830 date, but I would be more inclined to believe that than the early 20th century. So, I think you can confidently say 19th century, and perhaps you can go ahead and use the paperwork that says 1830 since that was supplied with it." See e-mail to Carole McNamara, 1/12/00.

19th century

1825-1875

1999/1.94

wood, brass tacks, glass

rank 0.31471

figures

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by family relationship

people by gender

visual works

visual works by subject type

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Cantley Wherries Waiting for the Turn of the Tide, plate XIV from "Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads"

Peter Emerson

This photograph is horizontally oriented and portrays a marshy shoreline. The foreground is filled with rushes. The horizon line, in the upper portion of the work, depicts homes, a windmill in the distance, and patches of water. Bare trees also dot this outdoor scene.

1856-1936

19th century

1887

2002/2.234.2

platinum print on paper

rank 0.31471

buildings and the land

landscapes (environments)

natural landscapes

objects we use

settlements and landscapes

the natural world

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

wetlands

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Saga nishiki style brocade reversible fukuro obi; one side with woven gold medallions on lime green; the other with woven gold medallions on white

Artist Unknown, Japan

Reversible brocade obi with medallion patterns in gold-leafed paper (kinran) and pale yellow silk floss.

mid-20th century

1940s-1960s

2005/1.329

brocade with patterns executed in gold-leafed paper and silk floss

rank 0.31471

accessories worn at the waist or below

costume

costume accessories

costume accessories worn

costume by form

descriptors

design elements

main garments

objects we use

ornament areas

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Etude du tableau de la dame de Charité

Jean Baptiste Raphaël Urbain Massard

This black and white engraving features a portrait of a young woman in a roundel in the upper portion of the print. The young woman’s face is shown in three-quarter profile. Her hair is pulled back and her head is partially covered in a hooded cloak that appears to be bordered with fur. In the lower register of the print there is an illustration framed by a decorative wreath. The illustration features a bedroom scene populated by several figures. A figure lies on the bed on the right of this image while several figures attend to the bed-ridden figure, including a woman whose costume mirrors that of the woman in the roundel above this image. In this image she is accompanied by a child whom she embraces as she gestures toward the figure on the bed.

1740-1822

1772

2012/2.176

etching and engraving on laid paper

rank 0.31471

associated concepts

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

social science concepts

sociological concepts

visual works

visual works by subject type

women

Figure with Scroll (netsuke?)

Artist Unknown, Japan

19th century

19th century

1957/1.22

ivory

rank 0.31456

objects we use

sculpture

sculpture by function

sculpture by material

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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Staff

Artist Unknown, African, Ndebele peoples South Africa

A wooden staff, covered with beads in solid colors (red, blue, green and orange) outlined in black against a background of white beads, with a sideways M pattern in the middle of the shaft on either side. A stylized head of open beadwork tops the staff, followed by a tight-fitting necklace-like band with a clasp in orange and green and a white band, above solid red and blue rings.

2001/2.46

wood with beads

rank 0.31456

ceremonial weapons

descriptors

object genres

object genres by material

objects we use

weapons

weapons and ammunition

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Portrait of a Man

Antoine François Jean Claudet

1797 - 1867

19th century

circa 1850-1867

1995/1.69

daguerreotype on hinged, velvet-lined, leather-bound case

rank 0.31410

figures

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by gender

visual works

visual works by subject type

Full Record: x-2012-sl-2.111/2012_2_111.JPG

Standing Soldier Saluting

Mike Disfarmer

Young man in soldier's uniform saluting.

American, 1884 - 1959

circa 1940

2012/2.111

vintage gelatin silver print on paper

rank 0.31410

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by occupation

people in military occupations

visual works

visual works by subject type

Full Record: x-2012-sl-2.117/2012_2_117.JPG

Soldier

Mike Disfarmer

A young soldier in uniform from the waist up wearing a cap.

American, 1884 - 1959

circa 1940

2012/2.117

vintage gelatin silver print on paper

rank 0.31410

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by occupation

people in military occupations

visual works

visual works by subject type

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Bethlehem, CT, January

David Vestal

Close cropped view of bare trees and branches.

b. 1924

1999

2014/2.128

black and white photograph on paper

rank 0.31410

biological components

components

components and systems

components by specific context

objects we use

plant components

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

Bethlehem, CT

David Vestal

Tree branches with rain drops.

b. 1924

November 29, 2006

2014/2.196

black and white photograph on copy paper

rank 0.31410

biological components

components

components and systems

components by specific context

objects we use

plant components

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

Full Record: x-1973-sl-1.786/1973_1.786.JPG

Praries de Vatteville

A. Porcher

n.d.

1973/1.786

etching on paper

rank 0.31394

animals

architecture

geography

human-powered watercraft

landscapes

mammals

objects we use

plants

rowed watercraft

single level rowed watercraft

the natural world

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by method of propulsion

watercraft by specific type

waterscapes

Full Record: x-2000-sl-2.1/2000_2.1.JPG

Journey of the Soul to the Paradise of the Queen Mother of the West

Artist Unknown, China

Limestone slab carved bas-relief with six registers. The lower register depicts a chariot procession above fish-inhabited waters. The central three registers depict figures carrying out funerary rites. The top register shows a winged creature with a human face flanked by two writhing dragons and other animals, including two rabbits and a nine-tailed fox.

2nd century

2nd century

2000/2.1

carved limestone slab

rank 0.31391

agricultural equipment

animals and creatures

associated concepts

buildings and the land

ceremonial objects

death

descriptors

earth sciences concepts

equipment

equipment by process

freewheeled vehicles

freewheeled vehicles by form or function

funerary structures

great lake and central woodland native american styles

how we live

inorganic material

land vehicles

land vehicles by form

legendary creatures

mammals

materials

materials by composition

native american

native north american styles

object genres

object genres by function

object-making processes and techniques

objects we use

people and culture

physical sciences concepts

processes and techniques

processes and techniques by specific type

religious structures

rites of passage

scientific concepts

sculpture techniques

single built works

single built works by function

single built works by specific type

styles and periods

styles and periods by region

the americas

tools and equipment

transportation vehicles

vehicles

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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(after Domenico Maria Canuti's Fresco in the Palace

Anonymous Italian

18th century

18th century

1970/2.30

black chalk, heightened with white

rank 0.31379

allegory and literature

architecture

associated concepts

figures

mythology

objects

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by state or condition

religions and religious concepts

religious concepts

roman

weaponry

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Armor and Helmet with Paulownia Crests

Workshop of Mitsusada

The armor is comprised of a round helmet with a neck protector and a crescent-moon shaped ornament; a mask with fake mustache; an upper-body protector with sleeves from waist down and paulownia crest in the middle; a thigh cover; two metal leg protectors; two arm and hand protectors. The suit is stored in a black lacquered box with the gold crest.

The helmet is made of red-painted metal lined with indigo-died cotton fabric and deer skin leather trim, which is attached to the metal helmet. The cotton is quilted with indigo-dyed cotton threads. There are two loops on side and one loop in the back, to hold a code for tying below the wearer’s chin. The code is indigo-dyed and then plaited; there are some fading areas. On the outside of helmet, the paulownia crest is on side flaps (to protect ears). There is a hole in the middle of the helmet for a head ornament. The metal leaves are interlaced with cotton strings. Ceremonial knots of yellow code on the back. It weights about 10 pounds.

The helmet ornament is in crescent moon shape and made of lacquered wood in gold color. There is a slot on the back to place the ornament in the helmet. The slot is nailed to the wood; it looks like a later creation.

The mask covers below the wearer’s eyes, ears, nose and mouth, and down to front neck. The upper part is made of metal; the neck is in metal pieces and cotton codes. The mustache is made of animal hair. The mouth has fake teeth painted with gold.

The arm and hand protectors are made of red-painted metal shell and silk fabric with small flower motifs lined with deerskin and indigo-dyed cotton fabric. The shell is consisted of small metal panels connected with chains. The hand protectors have three different crests. The protectors are tied with indigo dyed cotton codes on back.

The leg protectors are also made of red-painted metal with silk fabric lining. On the metal surface of each piece, there are the artist’s signature and seal.

The body is consisted of metal panels, lacquered with gold in design of peonies and vines. The family crest appears in the middle. Metal knots are in chrysanthemum design. Inside is lined with leather printed with lions and peonies. The shoulder pads are made of cotton quilt in tortoise shell design.

The apron for thighs is made of silk fabric quilt and metal panels. The metal panels protect thighs. The apron belt is made of cotton kasuri; the back is lined with indigo dyed cotton.

The thick belt for the body is made of padded silk fabric.

19th century

19th century

2006/1.146A-M

metal, lacquer, silk cords, and silk fabric

rank 0.31371

costume

costume by function

descriptors

design elements

heraldic motifs

motifs

natural element motifs

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people by occupation

people in military occupations

protective wear

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Upright Venice, One of the 'Twenty-six Etchings,' or the 'Second Venice Set'

James McNeill Whistler

Seen from an elevated vantage point, a quay in the foreground with boats anchored nearby and figures talking is balanced in the upper part of the image by a view of buildings along the canals, gondolas, shipping and, just left of center a large domed church.

1834-1903

19th century

1879-1880

1954/1.388

etching and drypoint, printed in black ink on laid paper, trimmed to platemark

rank 0.31367

architecture

artists

cityscapes

europe

flat-bottomed watercraft

italy

locality

monohulls

objects we use

people and occupations

ships

study

the natural world

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by form

watercraft by sectional form

watercraft by specific type

waterscapes

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Rialto Bridge, Venice

Carlo Ponti?

19th century

circa 1828-1900

1987/1.343

albumen print on paper

rank 0.31367

architecture

bridges

cityscapes

europe

figures

flat-bottomed watercraft

geography

italy

locality

modern and contemporary art

monohulls

objects we use

people and occupations

transportation vehicles

vehicles

watercraft

watercraft by form

watercraft by sectional form

watercraft by specific type

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The Airdock

William Reindel

1871-1948

20th century

1871-1948

1949/1.50

etching on paper

rank 0.31357

buildings and the land

modern and contemporary art

objects

open spaces

open spaces and site elements

open spaces by location or context

transportation

vehicles

waterfront spaces

waterfronts and waterfront spaces

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Yao Ritual Scroll

Artist Unknown, China

mid 19th century–mid 20th century

19th century - mid 20th century

1983/2.124

hanging scroll, ink and color on cotton

rank 0.31357

allegory and literature

associated concepts

mythology

objects

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by state or condition

religion

religions and religious concepts

religious concepts

swords

weaponry