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Mrs Harry Payne Whitney Featured Dorado Image

Mrs Harry Payne Whitney

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (January 9, 1875 April 18, 1942), American sculptor, art patron and collector, and founder in 1931 of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. She was a prominent social figure and hostess, who was born into the United States Vanderbilt family and married into the Whitney family.During World War I, Gertrude Whitney dedicated a great deal of her time and money to various relief efforts, establishing and maintaining a hospital for wounded soldiers in Juilly, about 35 km northwest of Paris in France. Following the end of the War, she was involved in the creation of a number of commemorative sculptures. Pictured in The Tatler at the time the recently completed sculpture, The Fountain of El Dorado, had been completed to critical acclaim. She also sculpted the memorial to the victims of the Titanic erected in Potomac Park, Washington. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The southern sky and Milky Way from Canopus up to the Carina Nebula Featured Dorado Image

The southern sky and Milky Way from Canopus up to the Carina Nebula

The southern sky and Milky Way from Canopus (at lower right) up to the Carina Nebula at upper left, with the False Cross in the centre, made of stars from Vela and Carina. The Large Magellanic Cloud is at lower left. NGC 2516 is the large open cluster at centre. The large magenta nebula is the Gum Nebula in Vela

© Alan Dyer/Stocktrek Images

The Southern Hemisphere (Plate XXVIII), 1822 Featured Dorado Image

The Southern Hemisphere (Plate XXVIII), 1822

The Southern Hemisphere (Plate XXVIII) Phoenix, Piscis Volans, Pavo et Indus, Apus Indica, Grus, Circinus, Dorado vel Xiphias, The Chameleon, Crux, Mons Mensae, Reticula Rhomboidalis, Octans Hadlienus, Musca Australis, from A Celestial Atlas by Alexander Jamieson, pub. London 1822 (hand coloured engraving)

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