Human Generated Data

Title

Water Bird Pendant

Date

second half of the 8th century BCE

People

-

Classification

Jewelry

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Gift of Jerome M. Eisenberg in memory of George M.A. Hanfmann, 1986.505

Human Generated Data

Title

Water Bird Pendant

Date

second half of the 8th century BCE

Classification

Jewelry

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Gift of Jerome M. Eisenberg in memory of George M.A. Hanfmann, 1986.505

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-04-07

Animal 98.5
Bird 98.5
Sculpture 96.8
Art 96.8
Porcelain 91.7
Pottery 91.7
Statue 88.2
Figurine 87.7
Wood 59.5

Clarifai
created on 2018-03-16

no person 99.6
reptile 99.5
prehistoric 99.4
dinosaur 99.2
illustration 98.7
bird 98.7
paleontology 98.1
museum 97.7
one 97.4
art 97.1
lizard 96.3
Jurassic 96
water 95.8
sculpture 95.7
mammal 94
monster 93.2
wildlife 92.7
poultry 90.8
side view 90.3
two 88.7

Imagga
created on 2018-03-16

animal 37.9
hen 37.7
bird 30.2
container 25.2
vessel 24.2
teapot 22.4
pot 19.4
antique 15.5
cooking utensil 14.3
mammal 12.5
object 12.4
3d 11.6
black 11.4
wildlife 10.7
feather 10.6
wild 10.4
brown 10.3
decoration 10.1
beak 9.7
wings 9.6
pitcher 9.6
kitchen utensil 9.5
art 9
antiquity 8.6
sea 8.6
utensil 8.4
ice 8.3
farm 8
glass 7.9
life 7.8
render 7.8
old 7.7
chicken 7.6
silhouette 7.4
pet 7.3
water 7.3
statue 7.3
sculpture 7.2
domestic 7.2

Google
created on 2018-03-16

water bird 89
duck 84.2
ducks geese and swans 82.1
beak 69.3
sculpture 58.9
bronze 54.3
waterfowl 52.9
bird 51.9

Microsoft
created on 2018-03-16

outdoor 89.3
standing 75.9

Color Analysis

Feature analysis

Amazon

Bird 98.5%

Categories

Captions

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-27

The image shows a bronze sculpture of a bird, likely a waterfowl such as a duck or a goose, depicted in a stylized fashion. The bird stands on two small, webbed feet and has a long neck which curves back gracefully into a sort of handle. The bill of the bird is elongate and streamlined, aligning with the curvature of the neck. The body of the bird is smoothly shaped, resembling the hull of a boat, and the tail extends out flat like a rudder. The wings of the bird form a single planar surface that connects at the bird's back, creating a unified and aerodynamic shape. The surface of the bronze has a rich patina with variegated green and brown oxidation, suggesting it is of considerable age or has been exposed to the elements. This might indicate that the piece is an antiquity or has been designed to appear ancient. The sculpture has a simplistic, almost abstract form while still clearly representing a bird. Its purpose could be decorative, ceremonial, or perhaps even functional, possibly serving as a handle or attachment to a larger object. The backdrop of the image is a neutral grey, focusing all attention on the artifact itself. There are no other objects or markings to indicate scale, making it difficult to determine the actual size of the sculpture.