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Five elevations using the Greek Doric order (including several alternatives) and three plans for a wing to be attached to the house of Niccolo de Lazara near Padua, Italy, with a detailed estimate for a new granary to be built at Conselve
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Cool School Oral History interviews, 2005-2006 consist of interviews conducted for the 2007 documentary by Morgan Neville, The Cool School, about the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles from 1957-1966. The interviews include gallery owners Walter Hopps and Irving Blum, along with artists, art historians, and art collectors
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Five views of China include four photographs by unknown makers and one by Thomas Child. The photographs by unknown makers are of port cities and include two images from Canton (Guangzhou), and one each from Shanghai and Hong Kong. A view of a Shanghai city gate (albumen, ca. 1860s-1870s) shows advertising handbills posted on an adjacent wall with quarried stone stacked nearby. The salted paper prints of Guangzhou are a view of Magazine Hill (1850s) and a view of a pagoda (ca. 1860-1865). A photograph of hillside buildings in Hong Kong (salted paper print, 1850s) was taken from the base of the hill. The Child photograph (albumen print, 1877) depicts Nankow Pass (Juyong Guan) with the Great Wall of China visible in the background
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Collection contains caricatures of the Parisian Salons, other exhibitions, artists and art world types. Most of the sheets originate from disbound journals, such as La Vie Parisienne, Le Journal Amusant, Le Petit Journal pour Rire, and Le Charivari. Caricaturists include Bertall, Cham, Daumier, Gavarni, Gill, Grévin, Mars, Nadar, Stop (pseudonym for Morel-Retz) and others. Among the caricatured artists are Carpeaux, Corot, Courbet, the architect Charles Garnier, Gérome, Ingres, Manet, the photographer Nadar, and Seurat. Other caricatures portray art critics, collectors, dealers and the art public. A few of the images are color lithographs or pochoir-colored. The collection contains a few prints and 12 original drawings, including sketches by Grévin
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A letter to the art critic Stahl discussing in detail Heine's view of the classification "literary" painting which he feels has been applied unfoundedly to his own works by Stahl
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Boncompagni and two anonymous authors recount the marriage ceremonies for Emperor Joseph I and Wilhelmina Amalia of Hanover. The description is divided into three sections: (1) the entrance procession with details of the regalia; (2) the reception, with a partial inventory of gifts received, primarily objects of precious metals and jewels; and (3) the departure of the retinue to Vienna via Ferrara
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Uncaptioned snapshot photographs of girder frame construction of fair buildings, crowds at the opening of the exposition, prominent exposition structures such as the Grand Palais and the Château d'Eau, views along the Seine river and other thoroughfares and byways. Identifiable national pavilions include Algeria, Sweden, Hungary, and Indo-China. Numerous photos were taken in and around the Rue d'Alger
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The archive contains photographs, negatives, contact sheets, slides, transparencies and working materials created by Harry Shunk and Janos Kender from 1951 until the dissolution of their partnership in 1973. Photographs dated after 1973 are attributed solely to Harry Shunk. There are several photographs included in this collection that are attributed to various outside photographers who documented the same events as Shunk-Kender. At this time only the photographic prints are processed and available for research. The finding aid will be updated as other materials become accessible
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The collection documents the collective's artistic engagement with issues relating to maternity, domesticity, and women's issues through photographs, posters, ephemera, press kits, audio and videorecordings