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Emiliano Zapata

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Full-plate daguerreotype of famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass (circa 1847 -

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August 1860 – August 4 [O. July was a classical Lithuanian-Russian landscape painter who advanced the genre of the "mood landscape.

Henry S. Yount was an American Civil War soldier mountain man professional hunter and trapper prospector wilderness guide and packer seasonal employee of the United States Department of the Interior who was the first surveyor of animals in Yellowstone Park and is credited as the father of the national park ranger service.

Henry S. Yount was an American Civil War soldier mountain man professional hunter and trapper prospector wilderness guide and packer seasonal employee of the United States Department of the Interior who was the first surveyor of animals in Yellowstone Park and is credited as the father of the national park ranger service.

"Going Places" | Model: Sara Blomqvist, Photographer: Mark Segal, NY Times T Style Magazine, Fall 2010

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Robert Morris, Wall Hanging, 1971-1973 (Tenture) de la série Felt Piece Feutre découpé, 247 x 355 x 120 cm

Robert Morris, Wall Hanging, 1971-1973 (Tenture) de la série Felt Piece Feutre découpé, 247 x 355 x 120 cm

Untitled, 1976, felt by Robert Morris.

Robert Morris - Untitled Felt, metal grommets, 215 x x 182 cm, 1996