Today's Hours
Museum: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Gardens: 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Today's Hours
Museum: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Gardens: 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Search Collections
Browse Items
Items (T)
Collection Item
Established in 1873, the Northwest Mounted Police were responsible for law and order in the 2 million square miles Canada had purchased from the Hudson's Bay Company. Despite the enormity of their charge, they took a much more humanitarian attitude toward the Native Americans under their jurisdiction than did their counterparts in the U.S. It was for this reason Chief Joseph attempted to bring the Nez Perce to Canada and many of the Blood, Blackfeet, and Lakota moved north of the border after encounters with American troops. Russell lived briefly among the Bloods in Canada and was an admirer of the Mounties methods and ideals, later creating several...
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for King Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 7" high and 13' 5" long. 1 of a Grand Series of 6. Bears the following Latin inscription woven in a cartouche in the middle of the top border: "Liv Lib II. Scipio legatos mittens per milltes artem, Asdrubalis simul et speculatur casta Syphacis." Woven by Flemish weaver Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 1" high and 15' 1" long. 2nd of a Grand Series of 6 and bears the following Latin inscription woven in a cartouche in the middle of the top border: "Liv Lib II.Fugeratut Latuis rigidae dat colla securi, inque crucem fertur Romanus perfuga duram." Woven by Flemish weaver Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 3" high and 10' 10" long. 3rd of a Grand Series of 6 and bears the following Latin inscription woven in a cartouche in the middle of the top border: Liv Lib II. Scipio et Hasdrubal ad Syphacen amicital ineundae causa veniunt et inter cenam foldus contrahunt." Woven by Flemish weaver Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 5" high and 11' long. 4th of a Grand Series of 6. Bears the following Latin inscription woven in a cartouche in the middle of the top border: "Liv Lib XXX. Scipio et Hannibal hic coram de paci locute guam negueunt verdis, decidunt Marte guerellam." Woven by Flemish weaver Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 3" high and 17' 9" long. 5th of a Grand Series of 6. Woven by Flemish weaver Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
16th Century Brussels Renaissance Tapestries woven for Francois I of France, after designs by Giulio Romano. This particular tapestry being 11' 5" high and 13' long. The word "Siris" is woven in each of the upper corners, upheld by Cherubs. 6th of a Grand Series of 6. Woven Flemish weaver by Marc Cretif.
Created by: Romano, Giulio
Collection Item
Other Europeans had been fascinated with Russia and its natives since before it came into existence as such. From that region of the earth had rumbled conquering hordes drawn of master horsemen from the great steppes of Europe, whether calling themselves Huns or Mongols, who had terrified even the warlike Romans and fierce Crusader knights. In the 18th century, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great had Westernized what was previously perceived as, at best, a semi-barbaric nation and made it more firmly European, an idea at which other Europeans looked somewhat askance. Particularly after Napoleons steady march across the...
Created by: Barye, Antoine-Louis
Collection Item
Choctaw Lacrosse player-North American Indian Series. Hand painted porcelain.
Created by:
Manufactured by: Cybis Porcelain
Collection Item
Single-shot free pistol. Bchel Original. Made by Ernst Friedrich Bchel, Zella-Mehlis, Germany. Blue; engraved receiver, trigger guard, and rear tang; partially checkered full target grip and forestock. 47-1/4 oz.
Created by:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Y   Z   All  
1   2   3   4   5   Next  Last
Page 1 of 5