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George Catlin 1796–1872. Portage Around the Falls of Niagara at Table Rock, 1847/1848. Oil on canvas, 37.8 × 56.2 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art. ©akg-images / The Image Works
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George Catlin 1796–1872. Portage Around the Falls of Niagara at Table Rock, 1847/1848. Oil on canvas, 37.8 × 56.2 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art. ©akg-images / The Image Works
George Catlin 1796–1872. The Expedition Encamped below the Falls of Niagara. January 20, 1679, 1847/1848. Oil on canvas, 37.8 × 56.2 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art. ©akg-images / The Image Works
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George Catlin 1796–1872. The Expedition Encamped below the Falls of Niagara. January 20, 1679, 1847/1848. Oil on canvas, 37.8 × 56.2 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art. ©akg-images / The Image Works
Charles II (1630-1685) Oil painting. A portrait of King Charles II (1630-85) by Sir Peter Lely. Charles II fled England in 1649 when his father was executed by Cromwell © National Maritime Museum, London / The Image Works
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Charles II (1630-1685) Oil painting. A portrait of King Charles II (1630-85) by Sir Peter Lely. Charles II fled England in 1649 when his father was executed by Cromwell © National Maritime Museum, London / The Image Works
Flagmen of Lowestoft: Admiral Sir William Penn (1621-1670) . Painting by Sir Peter Lely. As captain of the fleet at the Battle of Lowestoft in 1665, he was in the flagship of James, Duke of York, who was in overall command. His experience and advice to the Duke did much to ensure the victory. Penn's son, a Quaker dissenter, was in 1682 the founder of the English colony (now American state) of Pennsylvania - the 'Penn' prefix being added by specific command of Charles II in honour of his father. ©National Maritime Museum, London / The Image Works
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Flagmen of Lowestoft: Admiral Sir William Penn (1621-1670) . Painting by Sir Peter Lely. As captain of the fleet at the Battle of Lowestoft in 1665, he was in the flagship of James, Duke of York, who was in overall command. His experience and advice to the Duke did much to ensure the victory. Penn's son, a Quaker dissenter, was in 1682 the founder of the English colony (now American state) of Pennsylvania - the 'Penn' prefix being added by specific command of Charles II in honour of his father. ©National Maritime Museum, London / The Image Works
Mid 17th century painting of the procession of Abdullah Qutb Shah, and part of the collection of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai.  India. Exhibition called "India and the World" currently in Mumbai and then later in 2018 it will be shown in Delhi. This a landmark exhibition presented as a collaboration between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) the British Museum in London and the National Museum, New Delhi, with the support of the Ministry of Culture. Supported by the Tata Trusts and the Getty Foundation, this project is planned to coincide with the celebrations of 70 years of Indian Independence. The exhibition showcases some of the most important objects and works of art from the Indian subcontinent, in dialogue with iconic pieces from the British Museum collection. It highlights the strong connections India has shared historically with the rest of the world, promoting an exchange of ideas and influences that have helped create a global culture. August, 2017 ©Christine Pemberton /The Image Works
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Mid 17th century painting of the procession of Abdullah Qutb Shah, and part of the collection of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai. India. Exhibition called "India and the World" currently in Mumbai and then later in 2018 it will be shown in Delhi. This a landmark exhibition presented as a collaboration between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) the British Museum in London and the National Museum, New Delhi, with the support of the Ministry of Culture. Supported by the Tata Trusts and the Getty Foundation, this project is planned to coincide with the celebrations of 70 years of Indian Independence. The exhibition showcases some of the most important objects and works of art from the Indian subcontinent, in dialogue with iconic pieces from the British Museum collection. It highlights the strong connections India has shared historically with the rest of the world, promoting an exchange of ideas and influences that have helped create a global culture. August, 2017 ©Christine Pemberton /The Image Works
Mid 17th century painting of the procession of Abdullah Qutb Shah, and part of the collection of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai.  India. Exhibition called "India and the World" currently in Mumbai and then later in 2018 it will be shown in Delhi. This a landmark exhibition presented as a collaboration between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) the British Museum in London and the National Museum, New Delhi, with the support of the Ministry of Culture. Supported by the Tata Trusts and the Getty Foundation, this project is planned to coincide with the celebrations of 70 years of Indian Independence. The exhibition showcases some of the most important objects and works of art from the Indian subcontinent, in dialogue with iconic pieces from the British Museum collection. It highlights the strong connections India has shared historically with the rest of the world, promoting an exchange of ideas and influences that have helped create a global culture. August, 2017 ©Christine Pemberton /The Image Works
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Mid 17th century painting of the procession of Abdullah Qutb Shah, and part of the collection of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai. India. Exhibition called "India and the World" currently in Mumbai and then later in 2018 it will be shown in Delhi. This a landmark exhibition presented as a collaboration between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) the British Museum in London and the National Museum, New Delhi, with the support of the Ministry of Culture. Supported by the Tata Trusts and the Getty Foundation, this project is planned to coincide with the celebrations of 70 years of Indian Independence. The exhibition showcases some of the most important objects and works of art from the Indian subcontinent, in dialogue with iconic pieces from the British Museum collection. It highlights the strong connections India has shared historically with the rest of the world, promoting an exchange of ideas and influences that have helped create a global culture. August, 2017 ©Christine Pemberton /The Image Works
Dyers, 1840-1850. Dimensions: height x width: mount 55.3 x 40.1 cmheight x width: page 22.6 x 18.5 cm ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford / Heritage / The Image Works
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Dyers, 1840-1850. Dimensions: height x width: mount 55.3 x 40.1 cmheight x width: page 22.6 x 18.5 cm ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford / Heritage / The Image Works
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Baptismal Font Palermo - This photo dates to March 2018 in Palermo in Sicily, It shows the baptismal font at the entrance to the cathedral. The font is attributed to Domenico Gagini. The middle relief celebrates the inauguration of the baptismal font with an imaginary Renaissance urban landscape. Antonello Gagini did the tabernacle for the cathedral. He is considered the best Renaissance Sicilian sculptor. He was the son of Domenico, a sculptor who was born in 1420 at Bissone, today in Switzerland, but at the time a possession of the Duchy of Milan. After having worked at Florence, Genoa and Naples, he moved to Palermo in 1463 and lived there until his death in 1492. His baptismal font shows that he was very familiar with Italian Renaissance paintings and sculptures.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Baptismal Font Palermo - This photo dates to March 2018 in Palermo in Sicily, It shows the baptismal font at the entrance to the cathedral. The font is attributed to Domenico Gagini. The middle relief celebrates the inauguration of the baptismal font with an imaginary Renaissance urban landscape. Antonello Gagini did the tabernacle for the cathedral. He is considered the best Renaissance Sicilian sculptor. He was the son of Domenico, a sculptor who was born in 1420 at Bissone, today in Switzerland, but at the time a possession of the Duchy of Milan. After having worked at Florence, Genoa and Naples, he moved to Palermo in 1463 and lived there until his death in 1492. His baptismal font shows that he was very familiar with Italian Renaissance paintings and sculptures. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Cathedral in Palermo - This photo dates to March 2018 in Palermo in Sicily. It shows the Cathedral, which is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. It is considered one the best architectural monuments in Sicily. it was founded in 1185 and is considered a geat example of Norman art. Originally it was Arab Norman, and has since had many additions.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Cathedral in Palermo - This photo dates to March 2018 in Palermo in Sicily. It shows the Cathedral, which is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. It is considered one the best architectural monuments in Sicily. it was founded in 1185 and is considered a geat example of Norman art. Originally it was Arab Norman, and has since had many additions. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
John Atkinson Grimshaw,  *1836–1893+. “A street at night”, no date.  Oil on canvas.  London, Sotheby’s, 8 June 1993, Lot 196.  ©Sotheby's / akg-images / The Image Works
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John Atkinson Grimshaw, *1836–1893+. “A street at night”, no date. Oil on canvas. London, Sotheby’s, 8 June 1993, Lot 196. ©Sotheby's / akg-images / The Image Works
SANTIAGO, CHILE: January 19, 2010. Portrait of Pablo Neruda outside his house, now a museum that draws many tourists.  © Debbie Hird / The Image Works
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SANTIAGO, CHILE: January 19, 2010. Portrait of Pablo Neruda outside his house, now a museum that draws many tourists. © Debbie Hird / The Image Works
Paris, France: Renaissance. 16th century -  La Gioconda or Mona Lisa, oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci Da Vinci.   ©Index/ The Image Works
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Paris, France: Renaissance. 16th century - La Gioconda or Mona Lisa, oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci Da Vinci. ©Index/ The Image Works
Karl Girardet (1813-1871). "Tent of the leader of the Moroccan army (Sidi-Mohammed ben Abd-el-Rahman, son of the emperor of Morocco), taken during the battle of Isly, on August 14, 1844 and exhibited in the Tuileries garden". Oil on canvas, 1845. Paris, musée Carnavalet. © Musée Carnavalet / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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Karl Girardet (1813-1871). "Tent of the leader of the Moroccan army (Sidi-Mohammed ben Abd-el-Rahman, son of the emperor of Morocco), taken during the battle of Isly, on August 14, 1844 and exhibited in the Tuileries garden". Oil on canvas, 1845. Paris, musée Carnavalet. © Musée Carnavalet / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
Germany, Muenster: American artist Keith Haring.   ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
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Germany, Muenster: American artist Keith Haring. ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986  ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986 ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986  ©Stiebing / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986 ©Stiebing / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986  ©Stiebing / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986 ©Stiebing / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986  ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986 ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986  ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/23/1986 ©Hans-Peter Stiebing / SZ Photo / The Image Works
Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/1986   ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: American artist Keith Haring painting 100 meters of the Berlin Wall near the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. 10/1986 ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Artist Keith Haring wearing a hat ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Artist Keith Haring wearing a hat ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Germany, Muenster: American artist Keith Haring.   ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
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Germany, Muenster: American artist Keith Haring. ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
Keith Haring *1958-1990+. Graffiti artist,  USA, undated   ©Oskar Dahlke / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Keith Haring *1958-1990+. Graffiti artist, USA, undated ©Oskar Dahlke / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Andy Warhol *1928–1987+, American artist. “Robert Mapplethorpe”, 1983. Screen print on acrylic on primed canvas, 102 x 102. London, Anthony d’Offay Gallery.  ©akg-images / The Image Works Arist copyright must be cleared © Andy Warhol / www.arsny.com
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Andy Warhol *1928–1987+, American artist. “Robert Mapplethorpe”, 1983. Screen print on acrylic on primed canvas, 102 x 102. London, Anthony d’Offay Gallery. ©akg-images / The Image Works
Arist copyright must be cleared © Andy Warhol / www.arsny.com
Blonde comme les Blés' (blonde like the wheat) – Little girl standing in a field of wheat being harvested. Dated July 1989 - 1898 ©Medici / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Blonde comme les Blés' (blonde like the wheat) – Little girl standing in a field of wheat being harvested. Dated July 1989 - 1898 ©Medici / Mary Evans / The Image Works

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