Angular visions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection database.
Sandals, c. 1969
Iron Triangle, Germany, 19th Century
Shawl, Belgium, mid-19th century
Galevu Hohamamu, Florida Islands, late 19th century
Folk Victorian House with Front-Gabled Roof, Florida, Walker Evans
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