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Images Dated 10th August 2009

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The Chatsworth Hunting Tapestries, second of the series, 1930 Featured 10 Aug 2009 Print

The Chatsworth Hunting Tapestries, second of the series, 1930

The Chatsworth Hunting Tapestries, second of the series, 15th century (1930). Formerly at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, then Chatsworth House, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. This is one of a series of four Flemish tapestries depicting hunting scenes. Reproduced from a watercolour drawing by WG Thomas. A print from A History of Tapestry, by WG Thomson, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1930

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Still Life With Salad Featured 10 Aug 2009 Print

Still Life With Salad

View of a salad in an glass bowl, dressing in a cork topped bottle, and a wide-mouth jar filled with sliced tomators, onions, and green peppers, mid to late twentieth century. (Photo by Tom Kelley/Getty Images)

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101913126, 1970 1979, Archival, Bottle, Color Image, Colour, Food, Food And Drink, Full, Horizontal, Indoors, Jar, Lifestyles, No People, Number Of People, On Top Of, Onion, Pepper, Pepper Seasoning, Photograph, Photography, Salad, Slice, Twentieth, Unknown, Vegetable, White, White Background, White Color

The Loom of Penelope, from the Chuisi Vase, Etruscan, c400 BC (1930) Featured 10 Aug 2009 Print

The Loom of Penelope, from the Chuisi Vase, Etruscan, c400 BC (1930)

The Loom of Penelope, from the Chuisi Vase, Etruscan, c400 BC (1930). Penelope with her son, Telemachus. A scene from the Odyssey. While waiting for the return of her missing husband, Odysseus, Penelope delayed various suitors, claiming that she had first to finish weaving a burial shroud for Odysseus's elderly father, Laertes. Every night she would unpick the shroud, meaning that the task would never be finished. A print from A History of Tapestry, by WG Thomson, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1930

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