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Analysis: Irving Penn's Nude No. 130, 1949/50
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An article by Colin Westerbeck titled "Nude No. 130, New York" describing the artist's subject matter and printing technique for his 1949/50 series of...
Analysis: Irving Penn's <em>Nude No. 130</em>, 1949/50
Analysis: Irving Penn's Platinum Prints
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An article by David Travis titled "Platinum Prints by Irving Penn" describing the artist's platinum printing...
Analysis: Irving Penn's Platinum Prints
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Floating World Emerges: Selections from the Clarence Buckingham Collection, Part II
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Japanese prints of the floating world (ukiyo-e) trace their origins to many influences. Perhaps the foremost factor was the lifestyle that emerged following the great fire of 1657, in which 100,000...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Floating World Emerges: Selections from the Clarence Buckingham Collection, Part II
Archival Material: Notes on Irving Penn's English Petits Metiers
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Typed notes containing descriptions of the jobs held by the subjects of Irving Penn's Petits Métiers (The Small Trades) series photographed in London, September 1950. Irving Penn Paper...
Archival Material: Notes on Irving Penn's English Petits Metiers
Archival Material: Penn Sittings, London, September 1950
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Typed notes of Penn's portrait sittings in London, September 1950, including "Working People of London - No. 19839P (D)" (For the Petits Metiers (the Small Trades) series), "Personalities No: 19839P...
Archival Material: Penn Sittings, London, September 1950
Related Story: Antioch and Early Christianity
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Related Story: Antioch and Early Christianity
Related Story: The Year A.D. 324
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Related Story: The Year A.D. 324
Related Story: Constantine's Patron God
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Related Story: Constantine's Patron God
Related Story: Roman Coins and Coinage
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Related Story: Roman Coins and Coinage
Video: Coin Production in the Roman World
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Coins were made of pieces of gold, silver, or bronze, known as blanks, which were cast or cut to specific weights. To make a coin, a blank was sandwiched between a pair of dies with engraved designs...
Video: Coin Production in the Roman World
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