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Topic: public

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Ginza wako tokyo, architecture buildings.

Ginza wako tokyo, architecture buildings.

Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The opulent Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its towering gate and surrounding woods. The I... more

Reinhold messner reinhold messner, people.

Reinhold messner reinhold messner, people.

Free images of Italy. Download Italian photos for free. Beautiful Italy pictures without any copyright restrictions.

Project for a Public Building on a Square

Project for a Public Building on a Square

Anonymous, Italian, 16th century (Italian, active Central Italy, ca. 1550–1580)

Interior of a Public Bath

Interior of a Public Bath

Utagawa Yoshiiku (Japanese, 1833–1904) Edo period (1615–1868)

Italian Comedians Performing in a Public Square

Italian Comedians Performing in a Public Square

Jacob Matthias Weyer (German, Hamburg 1620–1691 Hamburg)

Décrotteur (Shoe Shiner), from Mes gens, ou Les commissionnaires ultramontains au service de qui veut le payer (Servants for Public Hire)

Décrotteur (Shoe Shiner), from Mes gens, ou Les commissionnaires ultra...

Jean-Baptiste Tillard (French, Paris 1740–1813 Paris)

Amelioration of the Study of Latin in Public Schools

Amelioration of the Study of Latin in Public Schools

Medalist: Anton Franz Widemann (1724–1792)

[Public apology by Robt. & John Murray, NY, 1775]

[Public apology by Robt. & John Murray, NY, 1775]

Revolutionary War period broadside - no illus.

Public ordinary

Public ordinary

Satire on militia camps, especially Coxheath, showing people eating, drinking and dancing; dog seizing sucking-pig; two cocks fighting; tents of a camp in background.

Plan of the City of Norwich : Describing the Streets, Lanes, Public Edificies & Buildings &c. : Divided Into its respective Words [Mapa]

Plan of the City of Norwich : Describing the Streets, Lanes, Public Ed...

Dedicatoria : "To the Right Worshipful the Mayor, Recorder Sheriffs, Aldermen, and Comonalty the City of Norwich, this Plan is humbly dedicated By their most obedient humble Servant Anthony Hochsetter, Land-Surveyor"

Medal of George Washington's Public Offices

Medal of George Washington's Public Offices

James Manley (active 1790–1800) Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Public Writer

Public Writer

Jean Jacques de Boissieu (French, Lyons 1736–1810 Lyons)

The Public Promenade

The Public Promenade

An accomplished printmaker and social satirist, Debucourt matched wits with British caricaturists as revolutions roiled at home and abroad. While Paris prepared for a bloodbath, Debucourt pictured the swells ad... more

Classical Ruins: A Public Bath

Classical Ruins: A Public Bath

Joseph Lemercier (French, 1803–1887)

A Brace of Public Guardians

A Brace of Public Guardians

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Women and an Infant Boy in a Public Bath House

Women and an Infant Boy in a Public Bath House

Here, Toyokuni, Utagawa Kunisada's master, elegantly portrays a scene of everyday life at a public bathhouse. After their baths, the women relax and turn their attention to the toddler at the center. Utagawa To... more

Public Characters

Public Characters

Rowlandson and Woodward collaborated on this ebullient panel of heads tucked behind ribbons, as though into old-fashioned note boards.The image depicts well-known figures in politics, the theater and society. F... more

Public School

Public School

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Establishment of the Public Coinage of Medals

Establishment of the Public Coinage of Medals

This medal was struck for the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the Paris Mint at the request of the donor, Hon. Levi P. Morton, formerly U.S. Minister to France. Bertrand Andrieu (French, 1761–1822)