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Gutzon Borglum, sculptor, architect USA, working on a draft for the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Photo by Keystone 1937 ©ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Gutzon Borglum, sculptor, architect USA, working on a draft for the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Photo by Keystone 1937 ©ullstein bild / The Image Works
Western white pine tree - at c. 9500 ft.  (Pinus monticola). in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA.  ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Western white pine tree - at c. 9500 ft. (Pinus monticola). in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA. ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Western White Pine - old tree growing in crevices in granite (Pinus monticola). Yosemite National Park, California, USA. ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Western White Pine - old tree growing in crevices in granite (Pinus monticola). Yosemite National Park, California, USA. ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Western White Pine (Pinus monticola). Sierra Nevada, California, USA. ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Western White Pine (Pinus monticola). Sierra Nevada, California, USA. ©Bob Gibbons / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
UK, London, 8/1/2012:  Russian athlete Kristin Armstrong at the awards ceremony after she won the gold medal in women's cycling time trial at the Olympic Games 2012 in London. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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UK, London, 8/1/2012: Russian athlete Kristin Armstrong at the awards ceremony after she won the gold medal in women's cycling time trial at the Olympic Games 2012 in London. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
UK, London, 8/1/2012: Gold medal winner women's individual time trial Kristin ARMSTRONG (USA) with her son Lucas and her gold medal. Cycling - Olympic Summer Games 2012   ©Sven Simon / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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UK, London, 8/1/2012: Gold medal winner women's individual time trial Kristin ARMSTRONG (USA) with her son Lucas and her gold medal. Cycling - Olympic Summer Games 2012 ©Sven Simon / ullstein bild / The Image Works
UK, London, 8/1/2012:  American cyclist Kristin Armstrong wins gold in women's individual time trial at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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UK, London, 8/1/2012: American cyclist Kristin Armstrong wins gold in women's individual time trial at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
UK, London, 8/1/2012: Kristin Armstrong of the USA rides through Kingston-Upon-Thames, south west London during the Women's Road Cycling Time Trial Finals. ©National Pictures / TopFoto / The Image Works
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UK, London, 8/1/2012: Kristin Armstrong of the USA rides through Kingston-Upon-Thames, south west London during the Women's Road Cycling Time Trial Finals. ©National Pictures / TopFoto / The Image Works
Germany, Berlin, October13, 2017:   Plaster portraits of Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti at the New Museum in Berlin. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Germany, Berlin, October13, 2017: Plaster portraits of Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti at the New Museum in Berlin. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
A home made sign reading ' Down with Brundage ' hangs from a window in the USA dormitory in the Olympic Village . Following a decision by U , S Olympic committee , to oust sprint stars Tommie Smith and John Carlos for their ' black power ' gesture during the 200 meter medal ceremony . . Avery Brundage was the President of the International Olympic Committee  . 16th October 1968  ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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A home made sign reading ' Down with Brundage ' hangs from a window in the USA dormitory in the Olympic Village . Following a decision by U , S Olympic committee , to oust sprint stars Tommie Smith and John Carlos for their ' black power ' gesture during the 200 meter medal ceremony . . Avery Brundage was the President of the International Olympic Committee . 16th October 1968 ©TopFoto / The Image Works
USA's gold and bronze medallists, Tommie Smith (c) and John Carlos (r), bow their heads and raise black gloved fists as the Stars and Stripes is played, in a protest against the ongoing injustices facing black Americans in the civil rights struggle. Silver medallist Peter Norman of Australia (l) shows his solidarity by wearing an OPHR (Olympic Project for Human Rights) badge on his tracksuit  ©2005 EMPICS / TopFoto / The Image Works
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USA's gold and bronze medallists, Tommie Smith (c) and John Carlos (r), bow their heads and raise black gloved fists as the Stars and Stripes is played, in a protest against the ongoing injustices facing black Americans in the civil rights struggle. Silver medallist Peter Norman of Australia (l) shows his solidarity by wearing an OPHR (Olympic Project for Human Rights) badge on his tracksuit ©2005 EMPICS / TopFoto / The Image Works
Mexico City: Tommie Smith, of Lemoore, Calif., Throws his arms up in victory as he its the tape to win a Gold Medal in the Men's 200 - meters final at the 19th Olympic Games her yesterday. his time of 19.8 seconds set a new world record. Running despite an injured leg muscle, he streaked past team mate John Carlos, of San Jose, Calif., (left), who was placed third behind Australia's Peter Norman, who won the Silver Medal . 17 October 1968  ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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Mexico City: Tommie Smith, of Lemoore, Calif., Throws his arms up in victory as he its the tape to win a Gold Medal in the Men's 200 - meters final at the 19th Olympic Games her yesterday. his time of 19.8 seconds set a new world record. Running despite an injured leg muscle, he streaked past team mate John Carlos, of San Jose, Calif., (left), who was placed third behind Australia's Peter Norman, who won the Silver Medal . 17 October 1968 ©TopFoto / The Image Works
USA's Tommie Smith (r) celebrates as he breaks the tape to win gold from Australia's Peter Norman (out of pic) and USA's John Carlos (l, bronze), in a new world record time of 19.83 . 20th October 1968  ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
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USA's Tommie Smith (r) celebrates as he breaks the tape to win gold from Australia's Peter Norman (out of pic) and USA's John Carlos (l, bronze), in a new world record time of 19.83 . 20th October 1968 ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
Midorigi - The caption for this illustration reads: Utamaro: Midorigi of Wakamatsu-ya on parade. Kitagawa Utamaro was a Japanese artist. He was considered a master at making ukiyo-e woodblock prints and paintings. He was especially regarded for his depiction of graceful women and also his bijin okubi-e. The latter were pictures of beautiful women that he drew with large heads. He lived 1754-1806. Here the courtesan Midorigi promenades under a flowering sakura (cherry tree) with her two kamuro (young girls who would become courtesans) and two shinzo (girls who had just become courtesans). Four shinzo are mentioned at top corner in inscription. The two kamuro and Midorigi wear the same kimono, decorated with herons. The two shinzo wear the same kimono. The three elder courtesans have the mark of the green house (green flower) on their shoulders and sleeves.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Midorigi - The caption for this illustration reads: Utamaro: Midorigi of Wakamatsu-ya on parade. Kitagawa Utamaro was a Japanese artist. He was considered a master at making ukiyo-e woodblock prints and paintings. He was especially regarded for his depiction of graceful women and also his bijin okubi-e. The latter were pictures of beautiful women that he drew with large heads. He lived 1754-1806. Here the courtesan Midorigi promenades under a flowering sakura (cherry tree) with her two kamuro (young girls who would become courtesans) and two shinzo (girls who had just become courtesans). Four shinzo are mentioned at top corner in inscription. The two kamuro and Midorigi wear the same kimono, decorated with herons. The two shinzo wear the same kimono. The three elder courtesans have the mark of the green house (green flower) on their shoulders and sleeves. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
Theatrical Trio - The caption for this print reads—Kiyomasu: Theatrical trio (print in hoso-ye form).  This art form of theatrical prints had its origin in the large posters displayed outside the theaters as advertisements of the play. Torii Kiyomasi was a Japanese painter and printmaker of the school known as Torii. The style of painting was ukiyo-e. Kiyomasi is believed to have been active in early 1700s. Ukiyo-e is Japanese for "picture[ or pictures] of the floating world."     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Theatrical Trio - The caption for this print reads—Kiyomasu: Theatrical trio (print in hoso-ye form). This art form of theatrical prints had its origin in the large posters displayed outside the theaters as advertisements of the play. Torii Kiyomasi was a Japanese painter and printmaker of the school known as Torii. The style of painting was ukiyo-e. Kiyomasi is believed to have been active in early 1700s. Ukiyo-e is Japanese for "picture[ or pictures] of the floating world." © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY ; Viviana Durante as Princess Aurora ; Zoltan Solymosi as Prince Florimund ; The Royal Ballet ; Choreography by Kenneth Macmillan ; The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, UK ; 2 November 1994 ; ©Bill Cooper / ArenaPal / The Image Works
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THE SLEEPING BEAUTY ;
Viviana Durante as Princess Aurora ;
Zoltan Solymosi as Prince Florimund ;
The Royal Ballet ;
Choreography by Kenneth Macmillan ;
The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, UK ;
2 November 1994 ;
©Bill Cooper / ArenaPal / The Image Works
CARMINA BURANA : SPRING ; Arancha Baselga, Reina Fuchigami, Yvette Knight, Maureya Lebowitz, Angela Paul, Laura Purkiss as Women in Spring ;  Music by Orff ; Choreography by Bintley ; Set designed by Prowse ; Birmingham Royal Ballet - 25th Anniversary ; London Coliseum, UK ; 18 March 2015 ; ©Bill Cooper / ArenaPal / The Image Works
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CARMINA BURANA :
SPRING ;
Arancha Baselga, Reina Fuchigami, Yvette Knight, Maureya Lebowitz, Angela Paul, Laura Purkiss as Women in Spring ;
Music by Orff ;
Choreography by Bintley ;
Set designed by Prowse ;
Birmingham Royal Ballet - 25th Anniversary ;
London Coliseum, UK ;
18 March 2015 ;
©Bill Cooper / ArenaPal / The Image Works
The Winds -  The figures pictured here, according to Greek mythology, are the Winds. They are, from left to right, top to bottom: Lips, Zephryus, Eurus, and Apeliotes. Lips, or Livos, was the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. Eurus, or Euros, was the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. Apeliotes was the southeast wind, which was associated with good rain. Thus in art he was shown carrying fruit and draped in a cloth that concealed flowers or grain. Greek myth listed eight Winds. The other four are: Boreas (cold north wind), Kaikias (northeast wind), Notos (south wind), and Skiron (northwest wind).     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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The Winds - The figures pictured here, according to Greek mythology, are the Winds. They are, from left to right, top to bottom: Lips, Zephryus, Eurus, and Apeliotes. Lips, or Livos, was the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. Eurus, or Euros, was the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. Apeliotes was the southeast wind, which was associated with good rain. Thus in art he was shown carrying fruit and draped in a cloth that concealed flowers or grain. Greek myth listed eight Winds. The other four are: Boreas (cold north wind), Kaikias (northeast wind), Notos (south wind), and Skiron (northwest wind). © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
Thalia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Thalia in the Vatican Museum. Erato was honored as the Muse of comedy. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader.     © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
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Thalia - This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Thalia in the Vatican Museum. Erato was honored as the Muse of comedy. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader. © Newagen Archive / The Image Works
IN THE NIGHT by Chopin ;  L-R ; Nehemiah Kish ; Alexander Campbell ; Zenaida Yanowsky ;  Marianela Nunez ; Choreography by Robbins ;  Revival staging by Redpath ; Costume designs by Dowell ; The Royal Ballet ;  At the Royal Opera House, London, UK ;  28 May 2015 ;  Credit : Bill Cooper / Royal Opera House / ArenaPal / The Image Works
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IN THE NIGHT by Chopin ;
L-R ;
Nehemiah Kish ;
Alexander Campbell ;
Zenaida Yanowsky ;
Marianela Nunez ;
Choreography by Robbins ;
Revival staging by Redpath ;
Costume designs by Dowell ;
The Royal Ballet ;
At the Royal Opera House, London, UK ;
28 May 2015 ;
Credit : Bill Cooper / Royal Opera House / ArenaPal / The Image Works
CHROMA ; Edward Watson and Olivia Cowley (as dancers) ; Music by Talbot ; Choreography by McGregor ; The Royal Ballet ; At the Royal Opera House, London, UK ;  9 November 2013 ;  Credit : Bill Cooper / Royal Opera House / ArenaPal / The Image Works
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CHROMA ;
Edward Watson and Olivia Cowley (as dancers) ;
Music by Talbot ;
Choreography by McGregor ;
The Royal Ballet ;
At the Royal Opera House, London, UK ;
9 November 2013 ;
Credit : Bill Cooper / Royal Opera House / ArenaPal / The Image Works
Berlin, German - Applause for Leonard  Bernstein after the performanceof  Beethoven's 9th Symphony with musicians from the USA, France, the GDR, Germany and the USSR in the Schauspielhaus in Berlin-Mitte after the Border opening between Germany and the GDR December 25, 1989 - ©ADN-Bildarchiv/ullstein bild/The Image Works
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Berlin, German - Applause for Leonard Bernstein after the performanceof
Beethoven's 9th Symphony with musicians
from the USA, France, the GDR, Germany and the USSR in the Schauspielhaus in Berlin-Mitte after the
Border opening between Germany and the GDR
December 25, 1989 - ©ADN-Bildarchiv/ullstein bild/The Image Works
Berlin , Germany- Leonard Bernstein and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, concert at the Schauspielhaus concert hall in East Berlin December 22, 1989 ©ullstein bild / Klemp/The Image Works
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Berlin , Germany-
Leonard Bernstein and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, concert at the Schauspielhaus concert hall in East Berlin
December 22, 1989 ©ullstein bild / Klemp/The Image Works
Berlin, German - Applause for Leonard  Bernstein after the performanceof  Beethoven's 9th Symphony with musicians from the USA, France, the GDR, Germany and the USSR in the Schauspielhaus in Berlin-Mitte after the Border opening between Germany and the GDR December 25, 1989 - ©ADN-Bildarchiv/ullstein bild/The Image Works
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Berlin, German - Applause for Leonard Bernstein after the performanceof
Beethoven's 9th Symphony with musicians
from the USA, France, the GDR, Germany and the USSR in the Schauspielhaus in Berlin-Mitte after the
Border opening between Germany and the GDR
December 25, 1989 - ©ADN-Bildarchiv/ullstein bild/The Image Works
Bernstein, Leonard  Conductor, Composer, Pianist, USA with his wife Felicia in Berlin, Germany 1959  © Berlin-Bild/ullstein bild/The image Works
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Bernstein, Leonard
Conductor, Composer, Pianist, USA
with his wife Felicia in Berlin, Germany 1959
© Berlin-Bild/ullstein bild/The image Works

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