"California Coast" - S. C. Yuan (1911 -1974) Oil on board
The RMS Titanic near completion at Harland and Wolff shipyards in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1911. - The RMS Titanic was one of the most opulent liners to have ever been built and the largest steamship in the world. It struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City and sank on April 15, 1912. The ship that was once pronounced unsinkable. Photo, colorized version
Three Rabbits Unidentified Artist Artist: Formerly attributed to Gong Ji (Chinese, Northern Song dynasty)
"c. 1906-1911: Ellis Island Immigrants in Color," Mashable (1 October 2016). "Laplander." Gákti is the traditional costume of the Sámi people, who inhabit the Arctic regions spanning from northern Norway to the Kola peninsula in Russia. Traditionally made from reindeer leather and wool, velvet and silks are also used, with the (typically blue) pullover being supplemented by contrasting colored banding of plaits, brooches and jewellery . . .
"The type of tea bowl known in Japan as Ki-Irabo (Yellow Irabo) was made in Korea to Japanese order beginning in the early seventeenth century. This type of bowl is characterized by coarse, stony clay and an ochre-colored ash glaze. Bowls of this type were replicated at various kilns in Japan, including the Karatsu kilns in northern Kyushu and the Rakuzan kiln in Matsue." Early 17th c. tea bowl, Freer gallery of art, acc. no. F1911.376