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Mother Goddess A miniature painting of the Pahari style, dating to the eighteenth century. Pahari and Rajput miniatures share many common features.

Insular art[edit]

Krakatoa eruption lithograph.jpg

Silk painting depicting a man riding a dragon, painting on silk, dated to 5th-3rd century BC, Warring States period, from Zidanku Tomb no.

Atlantis in popular culture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joseph's Dream from the Byzantinesque frescos at Castelseprio, the subject of much controversy since their discovery in 1944, and now generally dated to the ...

Confucius, Philosopher of the Chinese, or, Chinese Knowledge Explained in Latin, published by Philippe Couplet, Prospero Intorcetta, Christian Herdtrich, ...

Medieval Art[edit]

centuriespast: The sea and land monsters that are found in many Northern Places, Maritime Art and History Collection Peabody Essex Museum

Japan[edit]

Renaissance Art[edit]

Attired in an orange dhoti, an elephant-headed man sits on a large lotus

William Blake 003 - The Great Red Dragon Paintings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reddragon - The Great Red Dragon Paintings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

23 best Maritime Art & History images on Pinterest | Party boats, Sailing ships and Art crafts

Medieval art. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sophia (wisdom) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oil painting. A Jewish Priest stands centrally to join the hands of the Virgin Mary

Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1882–1885, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Post-Impressionism

Landscape painting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Romanesque carving

WLA jewishmuseum Sabbath by Max Weber 2 - Max Weber (artist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Artist, Zhang Zeduan

Beth Alpha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Influences[edit]

Tsunami by hokusai 19th century.jpg

The frontispiece to Erasmus Darwin's evolution-themed poem The Temple of Nature shows a goddess pulling back the veil from nature (in the person of Artemis) ...

Louis XIV Equestrian Portrait - Charles Le Brun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Culture of Europe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hans Gude Innseilingen - Marine art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Protest art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sketch of Carvings for Le Tonnant, Boumet (France), 1746, pen and. Nautical ArtTall ...

Selection of carvings from the Castro de Santa Trega - Castro culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Portal decoration Wisdom by Lee Lawrie, Rockefeller Center, New York (1933)

Luna statue - Selene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A dragon ascends towards the heavens with Mount Fuji in the background in this 1897 ukiyo-e print from Ogata Gekkō's Views of Mount Fuji.

Five pillars of Wikipedia

23 best Maritime Art & History images on Pinterest | Party boats, Sailing ships and Art crafts

Minnesota Starvation Experiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Happiness Hypothesis.jpg

Panorama ...

Julius Kronberg David och Saul 1885 - Julius Kronberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mamun sends an envoy to Theophilos - House of Wisdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Castlestrange La Tène Stone | Voices from the Dawn

Chegou tarde-weing-MNBA - Pedro Weingärtner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lámina Imágenes de Símbolos Celtas Rojo y Blanco II

Indigenous Australian art - Bradshaw rock paintings found in the north-west Kimberley region of

Birds in culture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Magdalenian horse - List of Stone Age art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oshiokuri hato tsūsen no zu, print by Hokusai, c. 1805

Oil painting. A large altarpiece in which the Madonna sits on a raised throne,

Jesus wanted poster - Sedition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Causes of the Golden Age[edit]

Science fiction[edit]

Rockwell Kent, 1938, Art in the Tropics, mural in the William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building

From Atlantis to the Sphinx. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Galicia - A Guarda

The Bengal School[edit]

Landscape painting. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees. He whose

Henri Matisse, Landscape at Collioure, 1905, Museum of Modern Art, New York City. Fauvism a Modernist movement in Paris active from 1900–1907.

From Wikipedia: "Adapa as a fisherman was iconographically portrayed

Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet (1955) - NATO phonetic alphabet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Higher criticism From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Part of ...

Interlace (art) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edward Burne-Jones - The Adoration of the Magi - Google Art Project.jpg

Sun Tzu. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early Christian art[edit]

Early steps in Pennsylvania

Library of Alexandria. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Romano-Celtic mirror

Mark the Evangelist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aliens poster.jpg

Chagall - God Appearing in a Dream to Solomon, Who Asks for the Gift of Wisdom -

Aboriginal War Veterans monument - First Nations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mather Brown - Battle of the Nile - French ship Orient - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1stBn 2dMar Master Unit Insignia - 1st Battalion 2nd Marines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An interior photograph of a chi shrine with plates inset into the polished mud walls

Romanian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

aboriginal art

Poseidon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Landscape art movements[edit]

Mural paintings of court life in Xu Xianxiu's Tomb, Northern Qi Dynasty, 571 AD, located in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China

Complex Mosaic patterns also known as Girih are popular forms of architectural art in many Muslim cultures. Tomb of Hafez, Shiraz, Iran

First preserved Main Page of Wikipedia, December 20, 2001

Overview[edit]

Enele Ma'afu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mi'kmaq hieroglyphic writing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cleopatra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

World's fair. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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