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George Washington- The Munro-Lenox Portrait

Rikka zu

Genealogical scroll of the rulers of Mewar

Julia Conyers album

The witch of Endor raising the spirit of Samuel

Benjamin Franklin

George Washington (The Constable-Hamilton portrait)

George Washington (The Constable-Hamilton portrait)

Four figures; one man beats another who is chained to a weight.

Large group conducting a trial [?]]

George Washington- The Munro-Lenox Portrait

George Washington- The Munro-Lenox Portrait

Scene of beheading.

Trial scene; [?] thrree people kneel in front of man who reads from a paper.]

Two men placing severed heads in cages.

Two prisoners, bound hand and foot, are led by two guards.

Man is tied to cross-shaped frame; another man kneels.

Man is trapped inside a large barrel.

Two guards lead a man bound with chains.

Two men carry a man in a basket.

Man is tied to cross-shaped frame and bled; another man carries severed head in cage.

Four figures; one man leads another by chain around neck.

Woman is led by another woman by chain around neck.

Man is laid in coffin and pierced through the neck with a sword.

Man is bound to low platform on which a piece of wood secures his head.

Schooner Ajax leaving Delaware.

Fanny Elssler dancing the cracovienne

Two birds, one in water, one on stone.

People drying tea over small brick-oven fires.

[Man wearing a purple tunic, painted on a leaf.]

Woman holding a fan and a cloth.

Woman holding a folded fan.

Black and red butterfly with red and white flowers.

Woman sitting on a chair next to table, offering small dish to girl.

[Pink, white, and blue flowers, branch with blue berries.]

Rural landscape with house, mountains in background.

People working in tea field, houses to the right.

Enclosure with pools of water, women with baskets of tea.

Tea farmers working in house.

Two birds, one on stone, one one branch.

[Man wearing lavender traditional gown with long sleeves.]

[Man with white beard wearing beaded necklace and tunic with design of large white bird.]

Shells.

Woman reclining on large platform next to low table, smoking pipe; young girl attending her.

Brown butterfly with gold stripe, small fly, pink flowers.

River and mountain scene with people loading flat boats from riverbank.

House on riverbank, two small boats on river.

Small house under tree near river with stone bridge.

Large group, three figures wearing masks, two figures in center drinking from small cups.

Konmara (Pya) Zat

People making large woven boxes, mountains in background.

[Junk with two sails, twenty rowers.]

Boat with one sail.

Houseboat [?]]

Two people crossing plank bridge over mountain waterfall and stream.

[Man wearing blue and green traditional gown.]

Woman wearing pink and gold traditional gown, holding a folded fan.

[Man wearing long beaded necklace and tunic with design of large white bird.]

Black and blue butterfly with white and pink flowers.

Four butterflies with eggs, larvae, and moths.

[Pink and blue flowers.]

Rural landscape, people watering tea field.

People working in tea field, woman with baskets at the house to the right.

People sorting tea in baskets.

Two birds painted on leaves.

Two water birds on a stone with flowers.

Boat with ornately decorated cabin.

Boxes of tea being weighed and packed for shipping.

[Man wearing long beaded necklace and tunic with design of large white bird.]

[Woman wearing purple tunic with blue trim and pink cuffs.]

[Woman wearing purple tunic with blue trim and green cuffs.]

Large group, two figures wearing masks, one figure carrying a baby in a sling, two figures standing on platform at center.

Large group, two figures wearing masks.

Man sitting on ornately carved chair in front of screen ; young attendant next to chair.

[Man and woman painted on a large leaf.]

Man carrying baskets of tea from garden to house.

John Jacob Astor IV (1864-1912)

John Jacob Astor IV (1864-1912)

Brumidis Alligorical Paintings in the Dome of the U.S. Capitol.

Brumidis Alligorical Paintings in the Dome of the U.S. Capitol.

The Moorish Mosque of Sidi Haloui, Tlemcin, Algeria

The Moorish Mosque of Sidi Haloui, Tlemcin, Algeria

Landscape, White Mountains, no. 54

[Interior view of a fair or church bazaar showing tables draped with flowers and arranged with items, including a table with photographs and paintings labelled "In Memoriam".]

[Interior view of a fair or church bazaar showing tables draped with flowers and arranged with items, including a table with photographs and paintings labelled "In Memoriam".]

Paintings on display.

Paintings on display.

Paintings on display.

Paintings on display.

DINNER TO MR. WILLIAM T. EVANS, BY SOME OF HIS FRIENDS TO COMMEMORATE HIS GIFT OF AMERICAN PAINTINGS TO THE NATION [held by] THE LOTUS CLUB [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE?];)

DINNER TO MR. WILLIAM T. EVANS, BY SOME OF HIS FRIENDS TO COMMEMORATE HIS GIFT OF AMERICAN PAINTINGS TO THE NATION [held by] THE LOTUS CLUB [at] "NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE?];)

Aquarelle de Léon Bakst pour le costume des Augures du Martyre de Saint Sebastien

Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting.

12 pieces showing their musical instruments. Valuable also as showing the female [?] and various patterns of chairs (or seats) and tables. [Woman seated at table, playing a guquin.]

Woman seated on a long green bench, playing a dizi.

Twelve pictures showing various stages in the manufacture of silk. Killing the chrysalis (?).

Small stand with vase, small square table with urn.

Sculpture of lamb [?] with mandala, multi-level table with vases.]

Two multi-level tables with vases.

Low table with vase and dish, small table with sculpture.

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