Human Generated Data

Title

Rear View of Legs

Date

20th century

People

Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

Classification

Drawings

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Richard B. Bailey and Nanette C. Sexton in memory of Professor Frederick Deknatel, 1991.323

Copyright

© Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Human Generated Data

Title

Rear View of Legs

People

Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

Date

20th century

Classification

Drawings

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2020-04-30

Art 94.4
Drawing 94.4
Animal 92.9
Horse 92.9
Mammal 92.9
Sketch 90.5
Torso 80.6

Clarifai
created on 2020-04-30

art 99
painting 98.6
people 96.9
one 96
nude 95.8
artistic 95.7
no person 95.5
monochrome 95.4
illustration 94.8
portrait 93.7
print 93.2
cephalopod ink 91.2
man 90
woman 89
adult 87.2
chalk out 86.8
mammal 85.5
cavalry 84.7
old 84
black and white 83.5

Imagga
created on 2020-04-30

drawing 100
sketch 100
representation 93
sexy 25.7
hair 23
black 22.2
body 21.6
portrait 20
attractive 18.2
adult 17.4
fashion 17.3
people 16.7
sensual 16.4
face 16.3
model 16.3
person 14.8
skin 14.7
pretty 14.7
lady 13.8
cute 13.6
sensuality 13.6
human 13.5
horse 13.3
eyes 12.9
head 12.6
makeup 11.9
women 11.9
relaxation 11.7
brunette 11.3
feminine 11.2
animal 11.1
dress 10.8
lifestyle 10.8
erotic 10.7
style 10.4
studio 9.9
hand 9.9
lovely 9.8
one 9.7
naked 9.6
make 9.1
gorgeous 9.1
brown 8.8
look 8.8
couple 8.7
art 8.5
elegance 8.4
slim 8.3
girls 8.2
looking 8
close 8
love 7.9
male 7.8
fashionable 7.6
arm 7.6
healthy 7.6
lips 7.4
lingerie 7.4
farm 7.1

Google
created on 2020-04-30

Microsoft
created on 2020-04-30

sketch 99.8
drawing 99.7
text 98.7
painting 94.5
book 92.8
child art 92
window 88.7
art 81.7
black and white 76.2
black 67.8
white 63.7
cartoon 61.1
illustration 55.9

Feature analysis

Amazon

Horse 92.9%

Captions

Microsoft

a black and silver text on a white horse 83.6%
a black and white photo of a horse 83.5%
a black and white photo of a bird 48.1%