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Corner Block from a Frieze with a Meander Pattern of Lines and Rosettes

The monastic community of Bawit, founded in the 300s by Apa (Father) Apollo at a small village, grew to consist of numerous complexes with residences, chapels, and service structures and two large churches prof... more

Tea bowl with decoration of chrysanthemums and wavy lines

The white slip, stamp technique, and chrysanthemum motif of the tea bowl indicate that it was produced specifically for the Japanese market. It was likely made in the early seventeenth century; however, it is a... more

White beaker decorated with red lines

This beaker was made in the Orléans glasshouse of Bernard Perrot (active from 1649 to 1709), the most famous member of an Italian glassmaking family that probably went to France as followers of Louis Gonzaga. T... more

Rule for Drawing the Spiral Lines of the Volute of the Ionic Order, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I

Thomas Chippendale (British, baptised Otley, West Yorkshire 1718–1779 London)

Envy from Ovid's "House of Envy" (Book II, lines 760-796) (recto); A naked woman (verso)

Hamilton belonged to a generation of young artists determined to expand the scope of the arts in Britain. After traveling to Rome as a teenager to study with Antonio Zucchi, he made decorative paintings for Rob... more

A view of the lines thrown up, on Boston Neck, by the Ministerial Army / B. Romans.

Print with legend shows and identifies several locations in the vicinity of Boston, including John Hancock's house, Beacon Hill, the British encampment on McHill, and a blockhouse.

A front view of the lines taken from the advanced post near Browns house

Print shows two cheval-de-frise and two buildings in the middle distance.