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V0025024 Geography: a diagram of the comparative height of various wa

V0025024 Geography: a diagram of the comparative height of various wa

1797 astronomy original antique engraving by antiqueprintstore

1797 astronomy original antique engraving from encyclopedia britannica - sun and zodiac

Create antique style document for home decor, with link for free antique documents, from No Minimalist Here blog.

Create antique style document for home decor, with link for free antique documents, from No Minimalist Here blog.

Unidentified Artist. Woman on a Staircase. Ex Libris. Etching and aquatint. Crack in paper along left side of plate mark. 3-1/2 x 2-3/8 inches. 12606

Unidentified Artist. Woman on a Staircase. Ex Libris. Etching and aquatint. Crack in paper along left side of plate mark. 3-1/2 x 2-3/8 inches. 12606

The Way of St. Francis, Chartres, 1885. Intaglio Etching by Gabrielle de Veaux Clements (1885-1948) in the Smithsonian American Art Museum

The Way of St. Francis, Chartres, 1885. Intaglio Etching by Gabrielle de Veaux Clements (1885-1948) in the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Church accommodation" by state, circa 1870 The Modern Beauty of 19th-Century Data Visualizations - CityLab

Church accommodation" by state, circa 1870 The Modern Beauty of 19th-Century Data Visualizations - CityLab

Prismatic Color Wheel (Moses Harris, 1766)  Harris's chart was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three 'primitive' colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black is formed by the superimposition of these colors. Source: 100 Diagrams That Changed the World | Brain Pickings

100 Diagrams That Changed the World

Prismatic Color Wheel (Moses Harris, 1766) Harris's chart was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three 'primitive' colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black is formed by the superimposition of these colors. Source: 100 Diagrams That Changed the World | Brain Pickings

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