William Morris’s various series, reliquary vessels being one of them, are documented on his Web site:
See a Nazca double-spouted bottle at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Web site: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ho/05/sac/hod_1996.174.htm
Watch three videos online about Morris and watch him create: www.lowegallery.com/artists/william-morris/video.htm
Learn more about glass:
Time Magazine article accounting restoration of tomb paintings: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,975667-1,00.html
Getty Conservation page: http://www.getty.edu/conservation/field_projects/nefertari/index.html
To learn more about Hällristningar (Scandinavian Bronze Age stone carvings), visit:
Visit the Smithsonian’s interactive Web site about African mud cloth: www.mnh.si.edu/africanvoices/mudcloth/index_flash.html
To learn more about Adinkra cloth, and the symbols used in creating those designs, visit:
Cornell University Web site devoted to the writing systems of different areas of Africa:
An entire lesson plan for Adinkra Printed Textiles by Deborah Burnett Strother is posted on the web at Indiana University’s African Studies Program: www.iub.edu/~afrist/outreach/curriculum.php
Examples of his Jacob Lawrence’s work and an online biography are available through the Phillips Collection, which owns a large collection of Lawrence’s work:
A short film featuring artist Willis “Bing” Davis is found at:
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