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A London red bus
Posted by Administrator
on Mar 31
A London red bus
Afternoon Blues, Scott Mckeon
Posted by Adam
on Aug 17
Duration2:08
Short clip of Scott playing some blues, lots of fuzz.
Big Buck Bunny
Posted by Adam
on Aug 10
A test video for the HTML5 video player.
British Museum - Great Court
Posted by British Museum
on Apr 05
The centre of the museum was redeveloped in 2001 to become the Great Court, surrounding the original Reading Room.
Buckingham Palace
Posted by Administrator
on Mar 31
The London residence for Queen Elizabeth II
Claude Monet s Cliff Walk at Pourville
Posted by Chris Lewis
on Jul 02
Claude Monet
French
1882
Canvas, acryllic paint, paint brush
66.5 x 82.3 cm (26 1/8 x 32 7/16 in.)
The Art Institute of Chicago
Oil on canvas
As part of an effort to shape the future of scholarly publishing, the Getty Foundation in 2009 invited the Art Institute of Chicago and eight other museums to participate in a venture.
Erasers
Posted by British Museum
on Apr 05
Erasers
Fondaco de' Turchi, Venice
Posted by Adam
on Feb 08
John Ruskin
English
1858
Fondaco de' Turchi, Venice
Hadrian's Villa Tiber
Posted by Adam
on Jan 26
Unknown
299BC
Canopus at Hadrian’s Villa, near Tivoli
Statue
Hadrian's Villa Tiber
hires-boat
Posted by Adam
on May 18
hires-boat
Icon of St Michael
Posted by Adam
on Feb 08
Unknown
Unknown
958
Gold, enamel
St Mark's Basilica,
Gold & Enamel Byzantine
10th-century gold and enamel Byzantine icon of St Michael, in the treasury
video_placeholder
Posted by Adam
on Nov 03
Duration5:48
Librios platforms are designed for companies in the arts, publishing and specialised research industries.
London Olympics 2012
Posted by Administrator
on Mar 31
London Olympics 2012
Map of the Roman Empire
Posted by Administrator
on Mar 31
The Roman Empire in 117 AD, at its greatest extent during Trajan's reign.
Nauset Light
Posted by Chris Lewis
on Aug 11
1838
Cast iron with brick lining
48 feet (15 m)
41°51′36.5″N 69°57′10.6″W
Nauset Light, officially Nauset Beach Light, is a lighthouse in Eastham, Massachusetts. It is a cast iron plate shell lined with brick and stands 48 feet (15 m) high.
Prout's Neck, Breakers
Posted by Chris Lewis
on Jun 05
Winslow Homer
American
1883
Watercolor, with blotting and sanding, over charcoal, on moderately thick, moderately textured, ivory wove paper
381 x 546 mm (15 x 21 1/2 in.)
The Art Institute of Chicago
Watercolor
Homer s decision to move to Maine in 1883 presumably indicated his desire to live close to nature Prout s Neck was a peninsula known for its rocky coastline and dramatic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Statue of Idrimi, king of Alalakh
Posted by Adam
on Jan 24
Adam
Syrian
1450BC
British Museum
This statue depicts Idrimi, an intriguing historical figure who ruled the city-state of Alalakh in the 15th century BC.
Stones of Venice, Fig. 1
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 1
Stones of Venice, Fig. 2
on Jul 16
Test creator
British
2015
Canvas, Oil
200mm x 200mm
England
Test object type
Stones of Venice, Fig. 2
Stones of Venice, Fig. 3
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 3
Stones of Venice, Fig. 4
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 4
Stones of Venice, Fig. 5
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 5
Stones of Venice, Fig. 6
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 6
Stones of Venice, Fig. 7
on Jul 16
Stones of Venice, Fig. 7
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