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Featured Industrial Print

Winged Fortune, 1878. Creator: William Morris Hunt (American, 1824-1879)

Winged Fortune, 1878. This painting is a full-size study for one of the figures in The Discoverer, a mural that William Morris Hunt painted on the vaulted roof of the Assembly Chamber at New York's state capitol in Albany. The mural showed Christopher Columbus standing boldly in a boat facing west. Winged Fortune stood behind him, her left hand holding the rudder as her right hand spread the sail. Hope sat in the bow, Science held a navigational chart, and Faith, covering her eyes, swam blindly ahead. The confidence of Columbus reflected the optimism of post-Civil War Americans; the country shifted from a rural to an industrial society, providing many new opportunities in business, railroads, and westward expansion. Hunt only had two months to paint the murals, making many preparatory studies like this one. Using a simplified style, he contrasted dark outlines with masses of strong light in order to give the figure volume. Hunt believed an enlarged image needed little additional detail. Sadly, not long after Hunt's death, massive leakage and cracking began to destroy the murals, which he had painted directly onto the wall. Eventually, a new ceiling was added to the chamber, concealing the murals completely

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Featured Industrial Print

Great Dorset Steam Fair 2019

The Foster General Purpose Engine 'Sir William' is driven around the main arena during day one of the 2019 Great Dorset Steam Fair. Hundreds of period steam traction engines and heavy mechanical equipment from all eras gather to showcase Great Britain's rich industrial, agricultural and leisure history, at the annual show taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 22nd to Monday 26th August

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Featured Industrial Print

Strikers Game

May 1926: A group of miners passing the time with a game of cards outside Prestonpans Colliery, East Lothian, during industrial action at the time of the General Strike. The General Strike involved key industries, such as public transport, building and printing, taking industrial action to support the miners' protest against government plans to increase hours and lower pay. Members of the Armed Forces were drafted in to help with essential work but the strikes only lasted nine days from May 4th to May 12th. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)