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1768, James Craig Map of New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, First Plan of New Town, topography Featured Images Dated Print

1768, James Craig Map of New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, First Plan of New Town, topography

1768, James Craig Map of New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, First Plan of New Town

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Hebe Jupiter Guise Eagle form eagle naked Hebe walks Featured Images Dated Print

Hebe Jupiter Guise Eagle form eagle naked Hebe walks

Hebe with Jupiter in the Guise of an Eagle, Hebe with Jupiter in the form of an eagle. The naked Hebe walks on the clouds and has poured a golden cup from a jug from which the eagle drinks., Gustav-Adolphe Diez, Brussels, 1820 - 1826, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 181 cm ? w 128 cm ? w 131 cm ? t 5.3 cm d 15 cm

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William James Glackens Went Home 1909 Black crayon Featured Images Dated Print

William James Glackens Went Home 1909 Black crayon

William James Glackens: Then We All Went Home, William James Glackens, 1909, Black crayon, charcoal, ink washes, and white gouache on wove paper, Created in 1909 as an illustration for The Practical Joke, a story by Eden Phillpotts in Putnam's Magazine, this drawing depicts the story's narrator walking home from a bar with two friends. The story, illustrated with four other drawings by Glackens, tells the tale of a man named Edward Bickford whose silver racing trophy is stolen from his bar Seven Stars by his brother, Forrester. The robbery is discovered by two of the narrator's friends when they attempt to play a practical joke on him.Sight: 9 7/16 x 12 7/8 in. (24 x 32.7 cm)

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