Human Generated Data

Title

Eye Cup: Athena

Date

c. 530 BCE

People

-

Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of David M. Robinson, 1960.323

Human Generated Data

Title

Eye Cup: Athena

Date

c. 530 BCE

Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of David M. Robinson, 1960.323

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-04-07

Piggy Bank 70
Plant 67.3

Clarifai
created on 2018-03-16

one 97.8
no person 97.1
face 95.4
vintage 92.5
head 92.3
art 91.4
desktop 89.8
illustration 89.5
decoration 89.2
retro 88.3
cutout 86.5
symbol 85
isolated 83.9
color 83.5
mammal 81.9
people 81.8
design 80.3
wear 79.9
traditional 79.8
portrait 79.6

Imagga
created on 2018-03-16

earthenware 42.9
container 32.8
ceramic ware 32.6
utensil 22.4
decoration 20.5
cup 19.4
holiday 19.3
piggy bank 17.7
globe 17.6
ball 16.2
sphere 15.6
earth 15.5
global 14.6
art 14
orange 13.8
ornament 13.8
celebration 13.5
savings bank 12.7
black 12.6
object 12.4
design 12.1
tableware 12
decorative 11.7
planet 11.6
symbol 11.4
color 11.1
animal 11
world 10.6
save 10.4
pumpkin 10.4
vase 10.3
pattern 10.2
traditional 10
night 9.8
lampshade 9.6
artistic 9.6
glass 9.5
money 9.4
map 9.3
gold 9
currency 9
seasonal 8.7
shiny 8.7
yellow 8.6
face 8.5
shade 8.4
economy 8.3
ornate 8.2
celebrate 8.1
wealth 8.1
bank 8.1
jar 7.9
scary 7.7
covering 7.6
dark 7.5
arabesque 7.4
ware 7.4
year 7.3
eye 7.1
cartoon 7.1
decor 7.1
autumn 7

Google
created on 2018-03-16

product design 63.3
font 56.7
product 54.3

Microsoft
created on 2018-03-16

brown 78
cup 63
kylix 55

Color Analysis

Categories

Captions

Microsoft
created on 2018-03-16

a black and brown eyes 39.8%
a large brown eyes 36.3%
a brown and black face 36.2%

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-27

This image is of an ancient Greek vessel known as an oinochoe, which is a type of wine jug. The image specifically shows a type of oinochoe called an "eye-cup" due to the two large eyes painted on the side of the vessel that resemble a face. Between the eyes, there is a black figure decoration depicting a mythological scene or a person. This oinochoe is likely from the Archaic period, characterized by the black-figure technique where figures were painted in black slip on a red clay background. The jug has a large circular opening at the top, a defined foot at the base, and a single handle extending from the side near the rim to the body of the jug. The eyes and the figures are quite detailed with additional painted lines that could represent eyelashes or decorative elements around the eyes, and intricate details on the main figure depicted between the eyes. The use of color is mainly orange and black, common in Greek pottery of the time.

Text analysis

Amazon

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