The Christ Child Learning to Walk (Presentation in the Temple)
Artist: Dossi, Dosso - Title: The Christ Child Learning to Walk (Presentation in the Temple) - Date: N/A - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Wood 43.9 x 41.9
15th Century, 16th Century, Art, Baby, Christian, Christianity, Dosso Dossi, Fabric, Figures, Interior, Jesus, Mythology, Oil Painting, People, Religion, Saints, Steps, Temple, Toddler, Walk, Walking
Nylon stocking fibres, SEM
Nylon stocking fibres. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the weave of a nylon stocking. Nylon is a polyamide substance, and was the first synthetic fibre ever to be produced. Nylon fibres are stronger and more elastic than silk and are relatively insensitive to moisture and mildew. Nylon is extensively used to make textiles, but is also used in moulded articles and medical sutures. Magnification unknown.
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Portrait of a Man, Possibly Nicolaes Pietersz Duyst van Voorhout, ca. 1636-38. Creator: Frans Hals
Portrait of a Man, Possibly Nicolaes Pietersz Duyst van Voorhout (born about 1600, died 1650), ca. 1636-38.
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17th Century, Art, Arts, Brewer, Brewing, Century, Clothes, Clothing, Collar, Color, Colour, Dress, Dutch, Fabric, Frans, Frans Hals, Frans Hals I, Frans Hals The Elder, Guy, Hals, Heritage Art, Lace, Male, Man, Men, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Museum, Netherlands, Oil On Canvas, Oil Painting, Painting, People, Portrait, Seventeenth Century, Silk, Tgn, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art