Paolo Orlandi

Paolo Orlandi

Due cose sono infinite: l’universo e la stupidità umana, ma riguardo l’universo ho ancora dei dubbi. Einstein
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Nuinobedō Tōsei Gusoku Armor with war fan and gold paulownia leaf crest, 16th century CE Japan. This armor was a gift to Kobayakawa Takakage 小早川 隆景 (1533 - 1597), a member of the Mōri family, from the great general Toyotomi Hideyoshi 豊臣秀吉, one of the generals credited with the unification of Japan. (Photo: Patricio Trillo). -The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum-

Nuinobedō Tōsei Gusoku Armor with war fan and gold paulownia leaf crest, 16th century CE Japan. This armor was a gift to Kobayakawa Takakage 小早川 隆景 (1533 - 1597), a member of the Mōri family, from the great general Toyotomi Hideyoshi 豊臣秀吉, one of the generals credited with the unification of Japan. (Photo: Patricio Trillo). -The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum-

A rare iron tessen By Minamoto Yoshimichi, Edo period (18th century)

A rare iron tessen By Minamoto Yoshimichi, Edo period century)

Mouth organ (sho) 1715 Fujiwara Masaoki (Japanese, active early 18th century) Object Place: Yawata, Japan

This Japanese sho, or mouth organ, is based on a very similar Chinese instrument called the sheng which has been in use for about three thousand years.

Sho 19th century, Japan The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sho Period: Tokugawa Date: century Geography: Japan Medium: Bamboo wood, metal Dimensions: H. 7 cm in.) Classification: Aerophone-Free Reed Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Headdress and necklaces once worn by a married woman of the Chalcha, a Mongolian subgroup, ca.19th century. Gilt bronze, coral, turquoise, pearls, and silk

Headdress and necklaces once worn by a married woman of the Chalcha, a Mongolian subgroup, ca.19th century. Gilt bronze, coral, turquoise, pearls, and silk

Ding_(cooking_vessel),_China,_Shang_dynasty,_1300-1046_BC,_bronze_-_Royal_Ontario_Museum_-_DSC03993.JPG (3029×3491)

Ding_(cooking_vessel),_China,_Shang_dynasty,_1300-1046_BC,_bronze_-_Royal_Ontario_Museum_-_DSC03993.JPG (3029×3491)

"La Lechuga", custodia Colonial Española de la iglesia de San Ignacio de Bogotá

José de Galaz, Monstrance from the Church of San Ignacio in Bogotá, known as “The Lettuce”.Bogotá, D.