Human Generated Data

Title

Diptych with Four Scenes from the Life of Christ

Date

14th century

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Classification

Sculpture

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift in memory of Rosalind Gray Potter from a group of friends, 1946.56

Human Generated Data

Title

Diptych with Four Scenes from the Life of Christ

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

14th century

Classification

Sculpture

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift in memory of Rosalind Gray Potter from a group of friends, 1946.56

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-07-20

Ivory 99.3
Archaeology 89.1
Architecture 88.8
Building 88.8
Column 60.7
Pillar 60.7
Temple 59
Shrine 59
Worship 59

Clarifai
created on 2019-07-20

art 97.7
religion 97.2
decoration 97
sculpture 95.6
design 95
desktop 94.3
ornate 93.3
pattern 93.1
no person 92.1
culture 92
symbol 91.8
ancient 91.4
texture 91.1
style 90.9
antique 90.9
door 90.8
architecture 90.6
wood 90.1
retro 89.2
church 89.1

Imagga
created on 2019-07-20

cathedral 56.4
architecture 53.1
church 49
carving 43.2
religion 43
sculpture 42.4
old 41.8
column 40.9
building 35.3
ancient 32.9
history 31.3
art 31.1
culture 24.8
landmark 24.4
historic 23.8
religious 22.5
antique 22
radiator 21.6
monument 21.5
travel 21.1
god 21
door 20.9
catholic 20.4
stone 20.3
city 20
famous 19.5
temple 19.2
historical 18.8
facade 18.2
tourism 17.3
plastic art 17.3
faith 17.2
mechanism 17.2
holy 16.4
statue 16.1
device 15
detail 14.5
ornament 13.8
medieval 13.4
traditional 13.3
cross 13.2
arch 12.9
carved 12.7
dome 12.5
monastery 12.5
arabesque 12.4
decoration 12.4
gold 12.3
structure 12.3
exterior 12
entrance 11.6
vintage 11.6
spirituality 11.5
wall 11.1
worship 10.6
architectural 10.6
ornate 10.1
tower 9.8
saint 9.6
buildings 9.4
symbol 9.4
destination 9.4
town 9.3
roman 9.1
design 9.1
tourist 9.1
figure 8.9
basilica 8.9
palace 8.8
museum 8.7
pray 8.7
heritage 8.7
attraction 8.6
altar 8.1
catholicism 7.9
chapel 7.8
century 7.8
st 7.8
golden 7.7
prayer 7.7
texture 7.6
pattern 7.5
decorative 7.5
tradition 7.4
sky 7
house 7

Google
created on 2019-07-20

Stone carving 97.7
Carving 96.2
Relief 95.6
Art 74
Wood 72
Architecture 65.5
Arch 63.7
Sculpture 51.1
Artwork 51.1

Microsoft
created on 2019-07-20

statue 99.5
sculpture 93.8
carving 88.4
building 86.5
church 85.6
stone carving 85
relief 84.1
baroque 77.2
museum 72.8
art 69.8
marble 65.8
artifact 52.1
stone 15.4

Color Analysis

Face analysis

Amazon

AWS Rekognition

Age 26-43
Gender Female, 53.9%
Sad 49.7%
Calm 46.7%
Surprised 45.5%
Angry 45.9%
Disgusted 45.9%
Confused 45.8%
Happy 45.7%

Categories

Captions

Microsoft
created on 2019-07-20

a clock on the side of a building 29.6%
a close up of a stone building 29.5%

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-27

The image depicts an intricately carved ivory diptych. A diptych is a two-panel piece that is joined by hinges which allow for the panels to be opened and closed like a book. This diptych is open, displaying the detailed carvings on both panels, each crowned with a Gothic arch. The carvings appear to depict religious, possibly Christian, scenes. The left panel shows a representation of the Crucifixion of Jesus, with figures standing and grieving beside the cross. Below this scene, it looks like the Entombment of Christ is depicted, with figures carrying his body. The right panel features what could be the Resurrection of Jesus, showing an angel and figures responding to the risen Christ. Underneath this, there could be a portrayal of either the Ascension of Jesus or a saintly narrative, where figures appear to be gazing upwards towards a central figure that might represent Jesus ascending to heaven or receiving a holy figure. The diptych's Gothic architecture, embellished with trefoil and quatrefoil patterns along with small projecting figures or "fleurons" along the pointed arches, indicate that this artwork may be from the medieval period, specifically reflecting the Gothic art style prevalent in Europe during the Middle Ages. The craftsmanship is highly detailed, suggesting it was a luxury object, potentially used for personal devotion or as an altarpiece. The hinges suggest it could be closed, which would have protected the delicate carvings when not in use.