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Title

Wee Willie Winkie's World, from "Chicago Sunday Tribune," December 4, 1906

Date

1906

People

Artist: Lyonel Feininger, American 1871 - 1956

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of T. Lux Feininger and Andreas Feininger, BR81.4.F

Copyright

© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Human Generated Data

Title

Wee Willie Winkie's World, from "Chicago Sunday Tribune," December 4, 1906

People

Artist: Lyonel Feininger, American 1871 - 1956

Date

1906

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-03-22

Advertisement 96
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Flyer 88.5
Brochure 88.5
Person 83
Human 83
Text 68.1
Book 64.3
Collage 62.9
Poster 59.1
Comics 56.1

Clarifai
created on 2019-03-22

illustration 98.6
paper 95.4
currency 94.1
money 93.7
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bank 82.7
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note 79.4
man 78.5
old 78.3
financial 78.1
economy 77.8

Imagga
created on 2019-03-22

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money 58
container 52.9
cash 52.3
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bill 26.7
note 25.8
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close 14.3
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Google
created on 2019-03-22

Text 90.3
Illustration 85.3
Comic book 82.2
Comics 81
Fiction 80.5
Poster 72.9
Art 62.5
Retro style 60.1
Paper 54.3
Fictional character 52.8

Microsoft
created on 2019-03-22

text 100
book 98.2
paper 98.2
comic 47.8
illustration 23.6
collage 17.6
map 15.3

Feature analysis

Amazon

Person 83%
Poster 59.1%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of a book 47.7%
close up of a book 41.8%
a hand holding a book 41.7%

Text analysis

Amazon

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