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  • "Race through the Clouds" commercial architecture, Venice, California 

    Steven Ehrlich Architects (1987)
    Architecture: California, Venice. 1999 view of 1600 Main Street/Windward Circle, "Race through the Clouds" commercial building. Design recalls "Race through the Clouds" roller coaster, Venice, 1912, by A.F. Rosenheim.
  • "Race through the Clouds" commercial architecture, Venice, California 

    Steven Ehrlich Architects (1987)
    Architecture: California, Venice. 1999 view of 1600 Main Street/Windward Circle, "Race through the Clouds" commercial building. Detail. Design recalls "Race through the Clouds" roller coaster, Venice, 1912, by A.F. Rosenheim.
  • Rain in the Face 

    Marisol (French sculptor, born 1930) (1995)
    French, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Marisol. Rain in the Face. Wood and mixed media.
  • Red Seal Pup Installation 

    Chihuly, Dale (American glassmaker, born 1941) (Ca. 2001)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 21st century. Dale Chihuly. "Red Seal Pup Installation," blown glass. Outdoor installation in the Pirelli Garden, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, United Kingdom. On ...
  • Reed Installation 

    Chihuly, Dale (American glassmaker, born 1941) (Ca. 2001)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 21st century. Dale Chihuly. "Reed Installation," blown glass. Outdoor installation in the Pirelli Garden, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, United Kingdom. On display ...
  • Revenge of the Goldfish 

    Skoglund, Sandy (American photographer, sculptor, and installation artist, born 1946) (1981)
    American, Photographs, 20th century. Sandy Skoglund, Revenge of the Goldfish. Cibachrome print. Construction includes painted ceramic goldfish.
  • The Rhine Maidens 

    Kienholz, Edward (American sculptor, 1927-1994); Kienholz, Nancy Reddin (American sculptor, b. 1943) (1977)
    American, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, The Rhine Maidens.
  • The Royal Family 

    Marisol (French sculptor, born 1930) (1967)
    French, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Marisol. The Royal Family. Depicts Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and the royal Corgi. Mixed media. Full ...
  • Ruckus Manhattan: Subway 

    Grooms, Red (American painter and sculptor, born 1937); Grooms, Mimi Gross (American painter, born 1940) (1975)
    American, Sculpture (visual work), Installations (visual works), 20th century. Red Grooms and Mimi Gross Grooms with Ruckus Manhattan Construction Company. Ruckus Manhattan: Subway. Predominantly wood and vinyl ...
  • Seeing, An Overview 

    Amos, Emma (American painter, born 1938) (1999)
    American. Paintings (visual works). 20th century. Emma Amos. Photograph of exhibition, "Seeing, An Overview," November through December, 1999, at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States.
  • Sex (John Tower), Drugs (George Bush Sr.), and Rock & Roll (Lee Atwater) 

    Conal, Robbie (American artist, born 20th century) (1989)
    American. Posters. Multiples. 20th century. Robbie Conal. "Sex" (John Tower); "Drugs" (George Bush Sr.); and "Rock & Roll" (Lee Atwater). Three separate "guerrilla postering" posters photographed in 1989.
  • Shelter 

    Benio, Pi (American sculptor, 20th century) (1984)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Pi Benio. "Shelter," porcelain, cloth, bones. Two views.
  • Singer 

    Kolar, Jiri (Czech painter, sculptor, and printmaker, 1914-2002) (1990)
    Czech, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Jiri Kolar, Singer.
  • Smithfield Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Londonnulls largest meat market and sight of meat provision since the 12th century. Covered hall (London Central Meat Market) build 1851-1866 by Horace Jones with extensions ...
  • Something Fishy (Edwin Meese III) 

    Conal, Robbie (American artist, born 20th century) (1987)
    American. Posters. Multiples. 20th century. Robbie Conal. "Something Fishy" (Edwin Meese III). Poster. Two views: full and "guerilla postering" in action as photographed in New York City in 1991.
  • Song for Mother Earth 

    Birch, Willie (American artist, born 1942) (1992)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Willie Birch. "Song for Mother Earth," mixed media and papier mâché. Photographed as exhibited at Arthur Roger Gallery, New York, New York, in 1992. Full view.
  • Space aliens for sale on Ocean Front Walk, Venice, California 

    Unknown author (1)
    Architecture/Urban Landscape: California, Venice. Space aliens for sale on Ocean Front Walk. 1999 photograph.
  • St. Bartholomew the Great 

    Unknown author (1123)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Augustinian priory of Gothic-style St. Bartholomew the Great, founded 1123 by Abbot Rahere. Interior view of three-story choir completed 1145.
  • St. Bartholomew the Great 

    Unknown author (1123)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Augustinian priory of Gothic-style St. Bartholomew the Great, founded 1123 by Abbot Rahere. Exterior detail of entrance (west) church door.
  • St. Bartholomew the Great 

    Unknown author (1123)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Augustinian priory of Gothic-style St. Bartholomew the Great, founded 1123 by Abbot Rahere. Exterior view from inside timbered gateway looking out toward street.