impressionist painting of waterloo bridge in pinks, yellows, browns and greens, image depicts a body of water with bridge in the background. Bridge is made of stone and composed of a series of arches
Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge (detail), 1903
Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge (detail), 1903
photo graph of woman lying down showing back of her head. She has black hair draping down and bullet casings make up the complete background
Lalla Essaydi, Bullets Revisited (detail), 2014
Lalla Essaydi, Bullets Revisited (detail), 2014
wood carving detail from a totem pole from british columbia. Can only see eyes and nose painted in green and black
Calvin Hunt and Tom Hunt, Kwagiuth Totem Pole (detail), 1993
Calvin Hunt and Tom Hunt, Kwagiuth Totem Pole (detail), 1993
carved masks from africa made of wood, rope, clay, colored dark brown, abstracted faces with animal qualities

(left) Mask of the Komo Society, Bamana people, Mali (detail), mid-20th century

(right) Protective Figure, Fon people, Benin (detail), 20th century

(left) Mask of the Komo Society, Bamana people, Mali (detail), mid-20th century

(right) Protective Figure, Fon people, Benin (detail), 20th century

detail of classical painting of the madonna
Ambrogio Borgognone, Madonna and Child (detail), 1490
Ambrogio Borgognone, Madonna and Child (detail), 1490
intricately wood carbed doorway. Carvings make organic shapes such as leaves, flowers and lotus plants.
Temple Front, Java (detail) Early 20th century
Temple Front, Java (detail) Early 20th century
woven glass kimono
Eric Marklow and Thom Norris, Summer Zenith Kimono (detail), 2013
Eric Marklow and Thom Norris, Summer Zenith Kimono (detail), 2013
abstract painting in thick colors of black, brown, tan and red, impasto technique employed
Peter Voulkos, Red Edge (detail), 1959
Peter Voulkos, Red Edge (detail), 1959
painting of classical ruins with christ healing the lame at the pool of bethesda
Giovanni Paolo Pannini A Capriccio of Classical Ruins with Christ Healing the Lame at the Pool of Bethesda (detail), 18th century
Giovanni Paolo Pannini A Capriccio of Classical Ruins with Christ Healing the Lame at the Pool of Bethesda (detail), 18th century
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A Tongue to Utter and Ballerinas

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