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George Harrison
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George Harrison

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Red Deer by Jens Hyldstrup Larsen
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Red Deer by Jens Hyldstrup Larsen

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Auroras glow above Jupiter and moon, 1981
Ron Miller
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Auroras glow above Jupiter and moon, 1981

Ron Miller

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16th century map depicting Europe as a queen
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16th century map depicting Europe as a queen

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Family tree of the female saints of the Cistercian Order. Sitting underneath the tree, reading a book and holding a staff, is Humbelina, the sister of Bernard of Clairvaux.
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Family tree of the female saints of the Cistercian Order. Sitting underneath the tree, reading a book and holding a staff, is Humbelina, the sister of Bernard of Clairvaux.

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Tehran 2006 - Tehran West Suburb 2008 by Mitra Tabrizian
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Tehran 2006 - Tehran West Suburb 2008 by Mitra Tabrizian

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Eva Green in The Dreamers
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Eva Green in The Dreamers

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Hermes
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Hermes

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Libor Fára, Dotky, 1947.
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Libor Fára, Dotky, 1947.

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Mrs. Selma Schubart by Alfred Stieglitz

1907

The subject of this photograph is Stieglitz’s flamboyant youngest sister, Selma, wearing a Fortuny dress. Authorship of the image is uncertain: this plate was donated by Georgia O’Keeffe to the Metropolitan in 1955 as a work by Stieglitz; a nearly identical plate was donated to George Eastman House in 2001 by Edward Steichen’s widow as a work by her husband.

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Lot and His Daughters (detail) by Lucas van Leyden (1494 - 1533) 
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Lot and His Daughters (detail) by Lucas van Leyden (1494 - 1533) 

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Men stand beside a volcano’s crater eighteen months after an eruption on Tristan da Cunha Island, 1964.Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic Creative
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Men stand beside a volcano’s crater eighteen months after an eruption on Tristan da Cunha Island, 1964.Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic Creative