Metal Here, Metal There, Metal Evrywhere!

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Art containing metal textures. -Timothy Powell

Vase, Designed by Clément Massier (French, 1844 - 1917), made by Céramiques Clément Massier, Designed c. 1900, From the collection of: Royal Ontario Museum
I chose this art piece because I have a thing for objects with sharp features. This art piece also makes me think of the word "war".
Lighthouse Coffeepot, Paul de Lamerie, 1717/1718, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
The way the handle complements the metal, makes a masterpiece!
Trundholm Sun Chariot, Unknown, From the collection of: National Museum of Denmark
I love this because it shows with it's history through rust and broken off pieces.
Victory, First Division Memorial (Model), Daniel Chester French, 1926, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
To me, this seems like an angelic piece of art, hence the wings on the woman.
Bounds of Sense, Richard Deacon, 1987, From the collection of: Bonnefantenmuseum
This art piece completely disorients me, because i don't know what to think about when I look at it.
Gilt Charger, Paul Storr, 1810/1811, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
This is particular art piece was chosen because it reminds me of my grandmothers dinner plates. They contain a similar style of designs.
Decorated dish with Diana bathing, Johann Melchior Dinglinger (design and metal working), 1704, From the collection of: Green Vault, Dresden State Art Museums
Even though this artwork depicts a woman in a bathtub, I immediately thought of a pirate ship. It's definitely the designs that made it happen.
Kerosene Lamp, Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Company, Manufacturer, metal, 1880 - 1900, From the collection of: Corning Museum of Glass
Both the glass and the metal complement each other very well. I almost thought the metal was transparent like the glass.
Torso in Metal from 'The Rock Drill', Sir Jacob Epstein, 1913-01/1914, From the collection of: Tate Britain
I thought of two things when I saw this artwork; robots and medial armor.
Reliquary Guardian Figure (Mbulu Ngulu), Unknown, late 19th century, From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
Even though this is art. I automatically applied a question about the logic of it; "where's its neck?" But nonetheless, I thoroughly enjoyed this.
Trade Sign (Boy Riding Bicycle), Lewis Simon, 1932-1934, From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
This art piece made me think of the movie, "The Book of Life", based of the man on the unicylce.
Spacelander Bicycle, Benjamin G. Bowden, Prototype designed 1946; Manufactured 1960, From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
I LOVE futuristic concepts for transportation, and this grabbed me instantly. Everything about this bike looks smooth and futuristic. Do we not already have a bike like this?
Anthropo-zoomorphous breastplate, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta - Tairona Period, 900/1600, From the collection of: Museo del Oro, Bogotá
The only insects I that don't bother me, are butterflies. They're harmless and beautiful just like this artwork.
Playing Variation for Triangle, Kim, Seung Hee, 1987, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This work is so unique. Whoever said simplicity couldn't pack a punch?
Maize, Culture Carchi - Pasto, 750 - 1550, From the collection of: Museo Casa del Alabado
Even it's peas in a pod, I think of corn as well.
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