The Manufacturers Hanover Trust Building designed by Gordon Bunshaft 1954, Ezra Stoller.
Architectural photography the beauty of ancient temples
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TWA Terminal at Idlewild (now JFK) Airport. New York, 1962. Ezra Stoller.
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Venus and her retinue 1840, Private collection.
William Etty – British artist
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Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret a genius of French painting
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Wooden cart.
Samuel Palmer is a brilliant self-taught British artist
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Adolf Wölfli Ring of the snake of St. Adolf, in the Indian Ocean.
Drawings of mentally ill people
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Realistic sculpture of a traveling man and woman.
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Owl. 1955.
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Dorothea Tanning. Temptation of Saint Anthony.
Grandmother of surrealism Dorothea Tanning
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