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    • Cray printed cotton

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Morris's most complex, expensive design requiring the most blocks. Named for a near by river.
    • Printed cotton;
    • Tansi Thakur Bag Singh and His Court

    • Narayan, S Ram
    • Narayan, S Ram (attributed to). British Rajasthan, Hierarchical images if figures. Some horses at the very bottom, most of the figures are dressed in white
    • Opaque watercolor on paper
    • Cloud Gate, detail

    • Kapoor, Anish, 1954 -
    • 110 ton higly polished abstract form that can be viewed from four sides, top and most of the bottom. Inspired by mercury, Photo by Andrea Schoofs, 2006
    • High polished stainless steel plates
    • Cloud Gate

    • Kapoor, Anish, 1954 -
    • 110 ton higly polished abstract form that can be viewed from four sides, top and most of the bottom. Inspired by mercury, Photo by Andrea Schoofs, 2006
    • High polished stainless steel plates
    • Cloud Gate, detail

    • Kapoor, Anish, 1954 -
    • 110 ton higly polished abstract form that can be viewed from four sides, top and most of the bottom. Inspired by mercury, Photo by Andrea Schoofs, 2006
    • High polished stainless steel plates
    • Kelmscott Mark

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Used as a colophon in most books issued from the Kelmscott Press.
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    • Merton Abbey dye book

    • Morris, William (1834-1896);
    • Recipes for Cray and Evenlode. Cray was the most complicated fabric of all to print, requiring 34 blocks, hence it's expense.
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    • Very New Paintings

    • Hockney, David (1937- );
    • David Hockney seated in his Los Angeles Studio with most of the 26 Very New Paintings
    • Photograph;
    • Mickey's diner

    • Jerry O'Mahony Co.;
    • The manufacturer's most popular model. Streamlined style diner.
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    • Text of Light

    • Brakhage, Stan
    • Color film with field of blue with light reflecting in it, most likely water
    • Film stills;
    • Busch

    • Rauch, Neo (1960-)
    • Four men doing various activities, one man with a horse backside, collors used most: white, black yellow, and red
    • Oil on paper
    • The Golden Mean Test

    • Borissavlievitch, Milutin (Borisavljevi?) (1889-1970)
    • The majority of viewers chose the golden proportioned rectangle (1:1.618 or 21/34) as the most pleasing (from The Golden Number); proportion, perception
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