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Held, Al (1928-2005) Mao, 1967
Code: 0122006
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: Mao, 1967
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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Held, Al (1928-2005) Mao, 1967
Code: 0122006
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: Mao, 1967
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Held, Al (1928-2005) The Big N. (1964)
Code: 0122512
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: The Big N. (1964)
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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Held, Al (1928-2005) The Big N. (1964)
Code: 0122512
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: The Big N. (1964)
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Piranesi, Francesco (1758-1810) and Desprez, Louis-Jean (1743-1804) 'Il santo padre in atto d'adorazione innanzi al sacramento'. Ceremony held in the Cappella Paolina, in the Vatican palace. Print made by Francesco Piranesi (?) after Louis Jean Desprez, c. 1787
Code: BM09752
Artist: Piranesi, Francesco (1758-1810) and Desprez, Louis-Jean (1743-1804)
Title: 'Il santo padre in atto d'adorazione innanzi al sacramento'. Ceremony held in the Cappella Paolina, in the Vatican palace. Print made by Francesco Piranesi (?) after Louis Jean Desprez, c. 1787
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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Piranesi, Francesco (1758-1810) and Desprez, Louis-Jean (1743-1804) 'Il santo padre in atto d'adorazione innanzi al sacramento'. Ceremony held in the Cappella Paolina, in the Vatican palace. Print made by Francesco Piranesi (?) after Louis Jean Desprez, c. 1787
Code: BM09752
Artist: Piranesi, Francesco (1758-1810) and Desprez, Louis-Jean (1743-1804)
Title: 'Il santo padre in atto d'adorazione innanzi al sacramento'. Ceremony held in the Cappella Paolina, in the Vatican palace. Print made by Francesco Piranesi (?) after Louis Jean Desprez, c. 1787
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Eighteenth Century
Location: British Museum
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Eighteenth Century
Location: British Museum

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Held, Al (1928-2005) Piero's Piazza. 1982.
Code: A390148
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: Piero's Piazza. 1982.
Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery - Buffalo (NY)
Credits: Albright Knox Art Gallery/Art Resource, NY/Scala, Florence
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Held, Al (1928-2005) Piero's Piazza. 1982.
Code: A390148
Artist: Held, Al (1928-2005)
Title: Piero's Piazza. 1982.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery

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******** 'Mount Vesuvius, as represented at the Surrey Zoological Gardens', London, 1837
Code: H222327
Artist: ********
Title: 'Mount Vesuvius, as represented at the Surrey Zoological Gardens', London, 1837
Location: Guildhall Library & Art Gallery - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** 'Mount Vesuvius, as represented at the Surrey Zoological Gardens', London, 1837
Code: H222327
Artist: ********
Title: 'Mount Vesuvius, as represented at the Surrey Zoological Gardens', London, 1837
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Guildhall Library & Art Gallery
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Guildhall Library & Art Gallery
******** San Juan de la Cruz or St John of the Cross at prayer, oil painting on wood, 17th century, by an unknown artist, copy of the original held by the Carmelitas Delcalzos in Granada, in the Museum of St John of the Cross, or the Museo Conventual y Oratorio de San Juan de la Cruz, Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. St John of the Cross, 1542-91, was a Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite friar and priest and one of the Doctors of the Church. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20758
Artist: ********
Title: San Juan de la Cruz or St John of the Cross at prayer, oil painting on wood, 17th century, by an unknown artist, copy of the original held by the Carmelitas Delcalzos in Granada, in the Museum of St John of the Cross, or the Museo Conventual y Oratorio de San Juan de la Cruz, Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. St John of the Cross, 1542-91, was a Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite friar and priest and one of the Doctors of the Church. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** San Juan de la Cruz or St John of the Cross at prayer, oil painting on wood, 17th century, by an unknown artist, copy of the original held by the Carmelitas Delcalzos in Granada, in the Museum of St John of the Cross, or the Museo Conventual y Oratorio de San Juan de la Cruz, Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. St John of the Cross, 1542-91, was a Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite friar and priest and one of the Doctors of the Church. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20758
Artist: ********
Title: San Juan de la Cruz or St John of the Cross at prayer, oil painting on wood, 17th century, by an unknown artist, copy of the original held by the Carmelitas Delcalzos in Granada, in the Museum of St John of the Cross, or the Museo Conventual y Oratorio de San Juan de la Cruz, Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. St John of the Cross, 1542-91, was a Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite friar and priest and one of the Doctors of the Church. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********

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******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07298
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07298
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********

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******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07297
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07297
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07243
Artist: ********
Title: Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07243
Artist: ********
Title: Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********

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******** Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07242
Artist: ********
Title: Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07242
Artist: ********
Title: Colonnaded Street, c. 106 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The street was originally lined with a double row of columns, built by the Romans over an earlier Nabatean road. Markets were probably held here 100-200 AD. Ruins of the city centre scatter this area. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07237
Artist: ********
Title: Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07237
Artist: ********
Title: Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07236
Artist: ********
Title: Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07236
Artist: ********
Title: Treasury of the Pharaohs seen from the end of the Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. The Treasury of the Pharaohs or Khazneh Firaoun, 100 BC - 200 AD, was originally built as a royal tomb and is so called after a belief that pirates hid their treasure in an urn held here. Carved into the rock face opposite the end of the Siq, the 40m high treasury has a Hellenistic facade with three bare inner rooms. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********
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