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Niccolò di Tommaso (Italian, active 1343–76). Man of Sorrows, ca. 1370. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1925 (25.120.241) | This impressive devotional image by a follower of Nardo di Cione presumably came from a Florentine monastery. It may originally have been placed above a door or as a lunette beneath an arch, or possibly in a niche above a tomb. Shown as the Man of Sorrows, at once dead and alive, Christ displays the wounds of his Passion. #Cloisters

met-cloisters: “Man of Sorrows by Niccolò di Tommaso via The Cloisters Medium: Fresco transferred to canvas The Cloisters Collection, 1925 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,.

Design for chancel of Christ Church, Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York

Design for chancel of Christ Church, Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Poster Print by Jacob Holzer x

Paintings from the tomb of Rekh-mi-Rēʼ at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color from copies by Nina de Garis Davies and Charles K. Wilkinson, 1906. Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (b10471157)  |  A giraffe in ancient Egypt is a gift fit for Rekh-mi-Re  #egypt

Paintings from the tomb of Rekh-mi-Rēʼ at Thebes / by Norman de Garis Davies ; with plates in color from copies by Nina de Garis Davies and Charles K. Wilkinson, Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Frank Duveneck (American, 1848–1919). Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, 1891; this cast, 1927. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1927 (27.64) | The figure reclines peacefully, with her arms folded over her chest, in striking contrast to the active, sweeping folds of the drapery. The palm branch stretching along her body symbolizes Christian victory over death and suggests that her sleep is not temporary but eternal. #MetViewpoints

Frank Duveneck (American, Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, this cast, The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

Lorenzo Veneziano, the preeminent Venetian painter of the second half of the fourteenth century, may have trained in the workshop of Paolo Veneziano, a celebrated artist rooted in the Byzantine tradition, to which Venice and its art were so closely tied

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Two Donors Artist: Lorenzo Veneziano (Italian, Venice, active Date: Medium: Tempera on wood, gold ground Dimensions: 42 x 25 in.

Ca 1775 Button of hand painted ivory, under glass, set in metal. French. One of a set of five with different, but related images of young men.

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The Souper Dress is a screenprinted paper pop art dress that was made and sold by Campbell’s Soup Company in the late 1960s.

The Souper Dress, A Warhol-Inspired Pop Art Paper Dress by Campbell's Soup Company

The Souper Dress is a screenprinted paper pop art dress that was made and sold by Campbell’s Soup Company in the late In a case of life imitates art, this dress was inspired by Andy Warhol’s 1962 artwork titled Campbell’s Soup Cans.

Company Painting in Nineteenth-Century India | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Interior of a Mughal Tomb, or Hammam, Furnished in the English Taste [India (Delhi)]

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