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Textile, Calory Chart, 1952

Yard goods; woven cotton “Calory Chart” print in off-white, grey, shades of green, gold, red, dark brown, and lavender, with black outlines, details, and numerals; Louise Phillips for Associated American…

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Textile, Calory Chart, 1952

Yard goods; a Riverdale Fabric, “Calory Chart” designed by Louise Phillips of Associated American Artists, 1952. Textile, Calory Chart, 1952; cotton; H x W: 158.8 × 88.9 cm (5 ft….

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Textile Fragment, Bird and Flower, before 1952

…with lighter pink bird and turquoise flower. Number 01. Textile Fragment, Bird and Flower, before 1952; Designed by Alexander Hayden Girard (American, 1907–1993); cotton; Warp x Weft: 27.9 x 60.3…

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Salvador Dali Galatea of the Spheres 1952. Painting: oil on…

“Salvador Dali Galatea of the Spheres 1952. Painting: oil on…” is published by Art Appreciated Continue reading on Medium…

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Sidewall, Field Flowers, 1952

All-over pattern of flowers on stems, printed in red, lavender, yellow and blue on white ground. Sidewall, Field Flowers, 1952; Made by Piazza Prints Inc. (United States); USA; screen-printed paper;…

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Sidewall, Desert Flowers, 1952

Random arrangement of large and small scale flowers and shrubs, closely set. The linear is emphasized in the drawing. Printed in nine colors on white ground. Sidewall, Desert Flowers, 1952;…

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Proletarian Experience (1952) – Viewpoint Magazine – Medium

There is no phrase from Marx more often repeated: “The history of all societies to date has been the history of class struggle.” ((Translator’s Note: This article originally appeared in…

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Awanacancha Textile Center [Awana Kancha, whose Quechua name loosely translates as “palace of weaving,”] is a weaving center and farm, museum and market with the goal to keep alive the…

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Paolo Giovio, Historian and Prelate, Bishop of Nocera (d. 1552)

Credit: Ann and George Blumenthal Fund, 1950Accession Number: 50.58.12Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Arthur Wellesley (1769–1852), 1st Duke of Wellington

Credit: Wrightsman Fund, 1994Accession Number: 1994.295a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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