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Roy Lichtenstein was/is known for taking comic strip images to a new level. Pixels gone wild with captions saying fun things. When I look at his...

Hat. Sally Victor (American, 1905–1977). Date: 1933. Culture: American. Medium: wool, silk. Dimensions: 6 1/4 x 11 in. (15.9 x 27.9 cm).

obamacare Will Be Repealed Well In Advance Of The 2014 Elections 11/11/13 *interesting take on this piece of crapola legislation!

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) Demi Gondola hanging mobile—sheet metal, wood, wire and paint 30 1/2 x 61 x 26 1/2 in. (77.5 x 154.9 x 67.3 cm.) Executed in 1951.Literature A. M. Hammacher, The History of Modern Sculpture: Tradition and Innovation, New York, 1969, pp. 284-285, fig. 319 (illustrated). Calder's Universe, exh. cat., New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1977, p. 286 (illustrated).

Detail from “Spirit” by Georgia Pierce of Seattle which won third place in the Innovative Large category. Georgia’s quilt was absolutely stunning and her execution of the beautiful Native American Indian designs was impeccable. [See other details and full quilt on website]

Nude at the Piano (1928). John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951). Oil and tempera on panel. After about 1930 Sloan painted no more city scenes but became increasingly concerned with studies of the nude. The late paintings are monumental and technically innovative. In contrast to the direct execution of his earlier work, these are carefully constructed with monochrome underpainting, upon which an elaborate surface of bold cross-hatchings in colour gives startling relief.

Victory over Kobane Volkesmacht DKP och Vanner in Christus eller Folken Death from above: This rocket could have been fired from American-led coalition forces who...

Rookwood vase decorated by Kitaro Shirayamadani in 1899. This vase, which was decorated by the Japanese-born Kataro Shirayamadani, who was brought to Rookwood in 1887 to inject the influence of Japanese technique, was part of the "Black Iris" line of ceramics that was introduced with great success at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1900.

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