Sunday, September 3, 2017

groups of FIVE . . . in art

five 1895 hand-painted silver forks photograph
five 1895 hand-painted silver forks:  this week it's all about fives in images
   
F I V E S

1900 Canadian padlocks by General, advertisement
five 1900 Canadian padlocks to guard the five silver hand-painted forks
   
F I V E S
   
1937 travel trailer advertisement, a five room house on wheels
a 1937 trip in "A five room house on wheels ...",  well-assured of
the safely padlocked silver forks back at home     see full size
   
F I V E S
    
1938 English gas pumps color photograph, Avery
five 1938 English gas pumps    click image twice for full size
   
F I V E S
    
Frederic Remington tied horses at a tavern
 five horses not enjoying the tavern:  Frederic Remington, 1890?     click twice
   
F I V E S
    
Pavilion 5 at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair
Pavilion 5 at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair     click twice
   
F I V E S
    
5 odd masks
a filler drawing in a 1910 magazine, with no accompaniment or explanation
   
F I V E S
   
Adams chewing gum 1960s, Fruit Fiesta, sour cherry, sour orange, sour lemon, sour strawberry
Five flavors of Adams chewing gum in 1960's Canada:  each flat stick wrapped in a foil,  a paper sleeve,  a packet jacket,  and a jacket pocket 
   
F I V E S
    
a Fritz Erler illustration 1908, five dancing women
five Fritz Erler dancers for a print publication  in 1898    see full size
   
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five kiats in 1997 Myanmar currency
   
F I V E S
    
1913
       
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Stardust butane candles 1964, color photograph advertisement
five 1964 Stardust butane candles
   
F I V E S
    
five flourishes in a 1915 publication
five flourishes in a 1915 publication     see full size
   
F I V E S
    
1970 0lympic rings poster
five 1970 Olympic rings
   
F I V E S
    
a 1908 Austrian five heller postage stamp by Kolomon Moser
a 1908 Austrian five heller postage stamp by Kolomon Moser 
click twice
   
F I V E S
    
Charles Demuth No. 5 painting
Charles Demuth art
   
F I V E S
    
a 1932 footprint, detailed image
five toes on a 1932 footprint
   
F I V E S
   
1968 metal toys,  look for the five     click twice
   
F I V E S
    
Keizaburo Tejima 1983 children's book
a Keizaburo Tejima 1983 childrens book     click twice
   
F I V E S
    
a 1972 arcade game, Daddi-O, photograph
a 1972 arcade game
   
F I V E S
    
Albin Müller brick horse gates photograph
Albin Müller architecture
   
F I V E S
    
Heinrich Zille 1906, children crossing the street
Five kleine kinder by Heinrich Zille,  1906     click twice
   
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Bolle glass bottles 1960, photograph
Bolle glass bottles,  1960
   
F I V E S
    
Australia Aboriginal art
Australia Aboriginal art
   
F I V E S
    
1962 Seattle World's Fair photograph
five at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair
   
F I V E S
    
John Ketchell art, racer five
John Ketchell art    click twice
   
F I V E S
   
illustration of five twits gambling their money with marbles, from an 1806 book
gambling for money with marbles,  from an 1806 book
   
F I V E S
    
1897 fashion from a catalog
Five catalog models:  it was common practice in 1897 to re-use models' heads
on illustrations of clothes.
   
F I V E S
    
Five fried eggs in a 1960s Sunbeam electric pan, not showing the included glass cover
Five fried eggs in a 1960s Sunbeam electric pan,  the heavy glass cover is not shown
   
F I V E S
   
a 1969 crack & peel sticker image
a 1969 crack & peel sticker for kids
      
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