Human Generated Data

Title

Hydria (water jar): Family Scene

Date

440-430 BCE

People

-

Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of David M. Robinson, 1960.342

Human Generated Data

Title

Hydria (water jar): Family Scene

Date

440-430 BCE

Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of David M. Robinson, 1960.342

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-04-07

Jar 98.9
Pottery 98.3
Vase 98.2
Urn 81.9
Art 59.4
Porcelain 59.4

Clarifai
created on 2018-03-16

no person 99.8
pottery 99.8
container 99.6
vase 99.6
clay 98.6
jug 97.3
art 97.3
one 97
urn 96.3
still life 95.9
porcelain 95.8
ancient 95.2
traditional 94.6
antique 94.6
earthenware 94.5
tableware 94.2
retro 93.5
kitchenware 92.7
jar 92.7
pot 92.5

Imagga
created on 2018-03-16

jar 100
vase 100
vessel 100
container 82.7
earthenware 34.4
ceramic ware 26.8
handle 25.8
pot 25.6
traditional 24.9
object 24.9
teapot 24.6
decoration 24.6
drink 23.4
china 23.3
old 22.3
glass 22
antique 21.6
art 21.5
jug 20.5
pitcher 20
utensil 19.8
tea 19.7
culture 19.7
pottery 18.5
classical 18.2
brown 17.7
clay 17.6
decorative 17.5
ancient 17.3
porcelain 17.1
ornate 16.5
ceramic 16.5
vintage 15.7
liquid 14.8
retro 14.7
lid 14.7
ornament 14.7
beverage 14.5
craft 14.3
style 14.1
water 14
cup 13.9
yellow 13.9
metal 12.9
ceramics 12.7
bottle 12.5
history 12.5
gold 12.3
close 12
black 11.4
design 11.3
kitchen 10.7
single 10.7
food 10.3
color 10
urn 9.9
old fashioned 9.5
transparent 9
brass 8.8
obsolete 8.6
golden 8.6
oriental 8.5
alcohol 8.3
pattern 8.2
healthy 8.2
shiny 7.9
souvenir 7.8
flower 7.7
texture 7.6
hot 7.5
closeup 7.4
coffee 7.4
heat 7.4
cover 7.4

Google
created on 2018-03-16

pottery 84.7
artifact 83.5
vase 82
ceramic 78.6
urn 63.3

Microsoft
created on 2018-03-16

sitting 97.1
plant 90.7
black 83.4
vessel 68
ceramic ware 39.4
jar 31.2
painted 29.3
base 21.5

Color Analysis

Categories

Captions

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-27

The image shows an ancient Greek vase with black-figure pottery depicting a scene with human figures. The vase is bulbous with a narrow neck, a flared mouth, and two handles emerging from the neck to attach at the body's widest part. The background is black, and the figures and decorations are in a reddish-orange color, typical of this pottery style. The scene portrayed might be from a mythological or everyday life narrative. A central figure appears to be seated while holding a scepter-like object, interacting with a standing figure in front of them. To the right, we see another standing figure that carries objects in their hands, which might be offerings or tools. Both standing figures seem to be women based on their attire and hairstyle, suggesting a possible domestic or ritual scene. The figures are detailed, with attention to clothing folds and bodily form. Decorative patterns are visible at the top and bottom of the scene. The top edge of the vase features a meander or key pattern, common in Greek art. Some parts of the vase, such as the foot and the edge of the mouth, have lost some of the black pigment, revealing the clay's natural color. The craftsmanship indicates that the vase was made for a functional purpose and also as a piece of art to tell stories and convey cultural themes.

Text analysis

Amazon

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