Human Generated Data

Title

Two Friars of Saint Anthony

Date

18th century

People

Artist: Inigo Spilsbury, British active 1760-90; actual dates unknown

Artist after: Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish 1577 - 1640

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Belinda L. Randall from the collection of John Witt Randall, R2783

Human Generated Data

Title

Two Friars of Saint Anthony

People

Artist: Inigo Spilsbury, British active 1760-90; actual dates unknown

Artist after: Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish 1577 - 1640

Date

18th century

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Clarifai
created on 2019-02-27

people 99.4
one 97.9
man 97.2
adult 97.1
portrait 96.8
art 94.9
print 92.3
illustration 85.9
leader 84.8
book series 83.3
writer 83
engraving 80.1
elderly 80
indoors 79.4
painting 79.3
religion 75.9
book 74.8
old 74.8
literature 69.9
sit 68.8

Imagga
created on 2019-02-27

phonograph record 100
black 32.2
portrait 23.9
person 23.9
adult 22.6
male 22
man 20.8
sexy 20.1
people 19.5
dark 19.2
attractive 18.2
face 17.8
eyes 17.2
one 17.2
model 16.3
fashion 15.8
pretty 14.7
expression 13.6
human 13.5
body 12.8
sensuality 12.7
hair 12.7
art 12.4
love 11.8
sensual 11.8
brunette 11.3
makeup 11
dress 10.8
evil 10.7
night 10.7
lady 10.5
make 10
posing 9.8
horror 9.7
erotic 9.5
close 9.1
studio 9.1
religion 9
style 8.9
witch 8.8
looking 8.8
spooky 8.8
passion 8.5
lips 8.3
alone 8.2
fantasy 8.1
lifestyle 7.9
fear 7.7
death 7.7
pain 7.7
serious 7.6
skin 7.6
head 7.6
tattoo 7.4
pose 7.2
smile 7.1
cool 7.1
modern 7

Google
created on 2019-02-27

Microsoft
created on 2019-02-27

text 98.7
music 94.1
book 94.1
art 82.8
portrait 69.9
black and white 59.1

Face analysis

Microsoft

Google

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 61
Gender Male

Google Vision

Surprise Very unlikely
Anger Very unlikely
Sorrow Very unlikely
Joy Very unlikely
Headwear Very unlikely
Blurred Very unlikely

Captions

Microsoft

a man holding a book 46.3%
a close up of a man holding a book 33.2%
a man standing next to a book 33.1%