109 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
rocking chaise longue
Speto: Inoscencia, 2007. Screenprint
Pair of shoes
Pair of shoes, black plastic sandals, Mr Henry, Brazil, ca. 1985.
Submission panel for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, by Vazio, Brazil, 2009.
Poster advertising Brasil Tropical
Street art print, 'Discípulo da Luz', screen print in brown, black and gold, by Alex Hornest, probably Brazil, 2009
Set of offset lithographic print photographs, mounted on paper, of Ronnie Biggs and Sex Pistols performing on a boat in Brazil.
rag; Brazil, 1890
Humming bird and other feathers; Brazil,circa 1875
Winter,Empress of Brazil,1822-1889,1860s
20thC; Salgado Sebestiao, Gold Miners, Brazil, 1987
20thC; Salgado Sebastiao, Gold Miners, Brazil, 1987
Album, 2 volumes: Gift of Mrs Olga Vaughan (nee Pasqui), 19thC; Otero E, Peter II, Emperor of Brazil
Album, 2 volumes: Gift of Mrs Olga Vaughan (nee Pasqui), 19thC; Kohn S, Theresa, Empress of Brazil
Album, 2 volumes: Gift of Mrs Olga Vaughan (nee Pasqui), 19thC; Winter M, Peter II, Emperor of Brazil
Stereo Co. (London). Teresa, Empress of Brazil, 19thC
Stereo Co. (London). Don Pedro, Emperor of Brazil (1825-1891), 19thC
By Fayga Ostrower: Brazil. Compostion
Red-painted metal, mounted on three wheels; Condor brand, probably made in Brazil, ca. 1950
Charles II addressing the States General of Holland; plate from 'Verhael van de Reys van Carel II, Coning van Groot-Britannie, in Hollandt van 25 Mey tot 2 Junij 1660'; engraved by Antony van Zylvelt after G. du Falk; after 1750
Coverlet of embroidered satin with gilt thread and sequins, China, late 18th century-early 19th century
Olivewood, rosewood and other woods, Portuguese, 1840 - 70.
Circular table on four legs, supported on a low base, veneered in rosewood, with inlay of brass, the four corners of the base set with rams' head mounts in lacquered brass
printed cotton, 1800s, German?; Square with roundel, arms of Brazil, yellow etc
(tamanco), Brazil, 1840s; ethnic worn on gala occasions, wooden sole, red leather with green strap
Page containing 22 samples of hand and machine made lace, Brazil (Rio Grande), ca. 1919.
Furnishing fabric 'Jazz' of screen-printed cotton, designed by Fayga Ostrower for Interiores Modernos Tecidos, Brazil, 1959
Furnishing fabric 'Muralha' of screen-printed cotton, designed by Fayga Ostrower for Interiores Modernos Tecidos, Brazil, 1959
Furnishing fabric 'Fuji Yama' of screen-printed cotton, designed by Fayga Ostrower for Interiores Modernos Tecidos, Brazil, 1959
Furnishing fabric 'Brussels' of screen-printed cotton, designed by Fayga Ostrower for Interiores Modernos Tecidos, Brazil, 1959
Furnishing fabric 'Brazil' of printed cotton satin, designed by Eileen Hunter for Eileen Hunter Fabrics, Surrey, 1938
Street art print, 'Jugando con la muerte', screen print, by Fefe Talavera, probably Brazil, ca. 2009.
Furnishing fabric sample 'Brazil' of printed cotton sateen, designed by Eileen Hunter for Eileen Hunter Fabrics, Great Britain, 1930s
Poster as seen in the Sex Pistols film The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. 'God Save Ronnie Biggs'.
Transe Numa Boa, poster promoting Aids awareness, 1993, Brazil.
Seymour Chwast, Seymour Chwast, poster for an exhibition in Brazil of his work and that of the Push Pin Group, 1989, USA.
Original artwork for prop poster for the Sex Pistols film The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. 'God Save Ronnie Biggs'.
AIDS Awareness poster produced in Brazil
'Cosh The Driver' Sex Pistols T-shirt designed by Jamie Reid, Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood for 'Seditionaries', featuring an image of Ronnie Biggs.
Badge, John, Regent of Portugal/a sword and wreath. 19th century electrotype copy.
Anarchy in the UK Sex Pistols Tour T-shirt, designed by Jamie Reid
Furnishing fabric sample 'Brazil' of printed cotton sateen, designed by Eileen Hunter for Eileen Hunter Fabrics, Great Britain, ca. 1935
Purificador, gold, Brazil, late 19th century.
T-shirt dress fabric 'Wild Thing' of screen-printed single-knit cotton jersey, designed by John Dove and Molly White for Wonder Workshop, England, 1972
Design for the 1951 Crystal Design Project for the Festival of Britain
Margo Humphrey, 'The History of her life written across her face', colour lithograph, 1992
Armchair fully upholstered with cream rep cover, legs of mahogany inlaid with sycamore, rosewood and walnut; designed by Owen Jones and made by Jackson & Graham for Eynsham Hall, British c. 1873
Poster advertising the national eucharistical congress in the town of Brasilia (Brazil)
Figurine of W.S. Penley (1852-1912) in the title role of the play Charley's Aunt by Brandon Thomas, a role which Penley first played at Bury St Edmunds, February 1892, and later in a record-breaking run in London. Based on a figure designed by Albert Toft. Plastic, c.1913.
Souvenir figurine of a laughing cat, made to mark the 100th performance of Charley's Aunt in Boston's Park Theatre, USA, 20 March 1984. White metal.
Figurine of W.S. Penley (1852-1912) in the title role of the play Charley's Aunt by Brandon Thomas. White metal, ca.1913.
Untitled vinyl interwoven poster from Jarbas Lopes' 'O Debates' series. Brazil, 2004.
Pair of earrings
Pair of long silver pendent earrings set with chrysoberyl, Portugal, 1750-1799.
'Taylor Arizona, 1945', photograph by Frederick Sommer (1905-1999)
'Knot', twisted paper clay form by Ewen Henderson, 1998.
Table with writing slide
Nautilus; no. 15.15.13
NAUTILUS; BRAZIL; 1980-85
W.S. Penley (1852-1912) as Lord Fancourt Babberley disguised as Charley's Aunt in the play of the same name, Royalty Theatre, 21 December 1892. Earthenware, Royal Doulton, c.1913.