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  • V&A Black Seal Pups 

    Chihuly, Dale (American glassmaker, born 1941) (Ca. 2001)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 21st century. Dale Chihuly. "V&A Black Seal Pups," blown glass. Outdoor installation in the Pirelli Garden, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, United Kingdom. On display ...
  • V&A Chandelier 

    Chihuly, Dale (American glassmaker, b. 1941) (1999)
    Sculpture: USA. Installed United Kingdom, England, London, Victoria and Albert Museum. Suspended sculpture of blown-glass pieces hung October, 1999, in dome area of main entrance. Enlarged 2001. Detail view looking ...
  • V&A Chandelier 

    Chihuly, Dale (American glassmaker, b. 1941) (1999)
    Sculpture: USA. Installed United Kingdom, England, London, Victoria and Albert Museum. Suspended sculpture of blown-glass pieces hung October, 1999, in dome area of main entrance. Enlarged 2001. Full view; 2001 photograph.
  • Venice Beach Hotel with Cronknulls "Lost Art" and Schoonhovennulls "St. Charles Painting" murals, Venice, California 

    Marsh, Norman F. (and associates) (1904)
    Architecture: California, Venice. 1999 view of Venice Beach Hotel, northeast corner of Windward and Pacific Avenues, showing murals on upper front and east walls. Upper front: Rip Cronk (American), "Lost Art" trompe ...
  • Venice Beach Hotel with Cronknulls "Venice Reconstituted" mural, Venice, California 

    Marsh, Norman F. (and associates) (1904)
    Architecture: California, Venice. 1999 view of Venice Beach Hotel, northeast corner of Windward and Pacific Avenues, showing mural on west wall (toward Speedway): Rip Cronk (American), "Venice Reconstituted," 1989, ...
  • Venice Canals, Venice, California 

    Unknown author (1)
    Architecture: California, Venice. Venice Canals. 1999 view of pedestrian bridge over one of six refurbished canals in a grid bounded by North Venice Boulevard and Ocean, 28th, and Pacific Avenues.
  • Venice Canals, Venice, California 

    Unknown author (1)
    Architecture: California, Venice. Venice Canals. 1999 view of one of six refurbished canals in a grid bounded by North Venice Boulevard and Ocean, 28th, and Pacific Avenues.
  • Venice Canals, Venice, California 

    Unknown author (1)
    Architecture: California, Venice. Venice Canals. 1999 view of one of six refurbished canals in a grid bounded by North Venice Boulevard and Ocean, 28th, and Pacific Avenues.
  • The Venice Installation 

    Holzer, Jenny (American conceptual artist and sculptor, born 1950) (1990)
    American, Installations (visual works), 20th century. Jenny Holzer, The Venice Installation. Exhibited Italy, Venice, the 44th Venice Biennale, United States Pavilion, May 27-September 30, 1990. Gallery floors and walls. ...
  • "Venice Reconstituted" mural, Venice Beach Hotel, Venice, California 

    Cronk, Rip (American) (1989)
    Architecture/Public Art: California, Venice. "Venice Reconstituted," acrylic. 1999 view of mural on west wall of Venice Beach Hotel (1904), Windward Avenue toward Speedway.
  • "Venice Reconstituted" mural, Venice Beach Hotel, Venice, California 

    Cronk, Rip (American) (1989)
    Architecture/Public Art: California, Venice. "Venice Reconstituted," acrylic. 1999 view of mural on west wall of Venice Beach Hotel (1904), Windward Avenue toward Speedway.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum, exterior view of main quadrangle (main court), north side. Red brick and terracotta. 1994 photograph.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum. Exterior view: detail of main court pediment showing mosaic work by Reuben Townroe (British sculptor, painter, and watercolorist, ...
  • A Walk on the Beach 

    Oka Doner, Michele (American, born 1945) (1995)
    American, Installations (visual works), Site-specific works, 20th century. Michele Oka Doner. A Walk on the Beach. Dark terrazzo walkway inlaid with approximately 2,000 cast bronze and mother of pearl elements evocative ...
  • Walking on Eggshells 

    Skoglund, Sandy (American photographer, sculptor, and installation artist, born 1946) (1997)
    American, Photographs, 20th century. Sandy Skoglund, Walking on Eggshells. Cibachrome print. Construction includes whole, empty eggshells; cast paper bathroom fixtures; cast paper wall tiles with relief-printed images, ...
  • Wall Ynullall 

    Cunningham, Caren (American artist, born 20th century) (Ca. 1992)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). Installations (visual works). 20th century. Caren Cunningham. "Wall Ynullall," 1,000 pieces of sculpted pine and cypress; acrylic paint. Two views: full and detail. Eventually ...
  • War Bonnett and Coup Stick 

    Marisol (French sculptor, born 1930) (1994)
    French, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Marisol. War Bonnett and Coup Stick. Wood and mixed media.
  • Watching Waiting Dreaming (Ghandi, Dalai Lama, Martin Luther King, Jr.) 

    Conal, Robbie (American artist) (2002)
    American. Posters. Multiples. 21st century. Robbie Conal. "Watching" (Ghandi), "Waiting" (Dalai Lama), "Dreaming" (Martin Luther King, Jr.). Full view of three individual posters grouped together.
  • Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink 

    Dritschel, Mary (American artist, born 20th century) (1995)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Mary Dritschel. "Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink." Double sheets of fiberglass screen with cutout stenciled water words in 20 languages. Lower panel ...
  • Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Turner, Richard (Irish founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1852)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens. The "widest single-span glasshouse in the world [at time of construction] designed ...