Human Generated Data

Title

The Power of the King [3 Esdras 4:3-8]

Date

c.1574

People

Artist: Philips Galle, Netherlandish 1537 - 1612

Artist after: Gerard van Groeningen, Flemish active late 16th century

Classification

Prints

Human Generated Data

Title

The Power of the King [3 Esdras 4:3-8]

People

Artist: Philips Galle, Netherlandish 1537 - 1612

Artist after: Gerard van Groeningen, Flemish active late 16th century

Date

c.1574

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Clarifai

art 99.8
people 99.8
illustration 99
man 98.9
group 98.8
painting 98.7
sword 98.6
religion 98.4
saint 98.1
print 97
adult 96.8
weapon 96.3
cavalry 96.3
allegory 95.9
Renaissance 95.7
war 95.4
book 95
god 94.9
facial hair 94.6
skirmish 93.7

Imagga

sketch 100
drawing 100
representation 82.6
art 26.8
vintage 26.5
ancient 25.1
old 25.1
history 19.7
retro 19.7
grunge 19.6
antique 19
paper 17.3
currency 16.2
pattern 15.7
money 15.3
decoration 14.6
stamp 13.7
design 13.7
finance 13.5
temple 13.3
culture 12
cash 11.9
texture 11.8
frame 11.7
decorative 10.9
painting 10.8
wealth 10.8
mail 10.5
artistic 10.4
style 10.4
close 10.3
letter 10.1
traditional 10
religion 9.9
travel 9.9
postmark 9.9
bank 9.9
financial 9.8
black 9.6
dollar 9.3
note 9.2
historic 9.2
business 9.1
postage 8.9
postal 8.8
sculpture 8.8
bill 8.6
nobody 8.6
wall 8.6
carving 8.3
global 8.2
paint 8.2
aged 8.1
us 7.7
stone 7.7
god 7.7
post 7.6
capital 7.6
rich 7.5
symbol 7.4
gold 7.4
banking 7.4
border 7.2
map 7.1
architecture 7

Google

Microsoft

text 100
engraving 99.9
book 99.9
woodcut 87.2

Captions

Microsoft

an old photo of a person 66.3%
an old photo of a book 40.5%
a close up of a book 37.7%

Text analysis

Google

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