Human Generated Data

Title

The Schreckhörns

Date

c. 1897

People

Artist: Emil Nolde, German 1867 - 1956

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Barbara Butts and Michael Parke-Taylor in honor of Peter Nisbet, 2004.132.6

Copyright

© Nolde Stiftung Seebüll, Germany

Human Generated Data

Title

The Schreckhörns

People

Artist: Emil Nolde, German 1867 - 1956

Date

c. 1897

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Barbara Butts and Michael Parke-Taylor in honor of Peter Nisbet, 2004.132.6

Copyright

© Nolde Stiftung Seebüll, Germany

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2022-01-22

Art 92.7
Chicken 80.6
Animal 80.6
Fowl 80.6
Poultry 80.6
Bird 79
Drawing 77.5
Painting 64.7
Book 56.7

Clarifai
created on 2023-10-26

painting 98.8
illustration 98.3
art 98.1
print 94.4
no person 93.8
ancient 91.7
retro 91.3
old 89.2
paper 89.1
man 88.4
people 87.5
artistic 87.2
one 85.2
woman 85.2
antique 84.7
symbol 80.9
mammal 79.2
face 78.6
blood 78.3
monster 78

Imagga
created on 2022-01-22

container 35.1
old 25.1
vintage 24.8
paper 20.4
envelope 20
fastener 20
hair slide 19.4
aged 19
grunge 18.7
packet 18.7
retro 18
stamp 16.9
tray 16
package 15.4
texture 15.3
clip 14.8
letter 14.7
restraint 14.4
ancient 13.8
postage 13.7
antique 13
money 12.8
postal 12.7
mail 12.4
design 12.4
decoration 12.4
flower 12.3
receptacle 12.1
postmark 11.8
symbol 11.4
love 11
art 10.9
frame 10.8
currency 10.8
floral 10.2
wallpaper 9.9
border 9.9
dirty 9.9
bill 9.5
card 9.5
valentine 9.1
material 8.9
color 8.9
object 8.8
holiday 8.6
bag 8.6
rose 8.4
pink 8.4
cash 8.2
device 8.2
graffito 7.9
philately 7.9
textured 7.9
pad 7.8
stain 7.7
post 7.6
finance 7.6
bookmark 7.4
lace 7.4
close 7.4
gold 7.4
structure 7.4
backgrounds 7.3
bank 7.3
detail 7.2
history 7.1
raw 7.1
flag 7.1

Google
created on 2022-01-22

Microsoft
created on 2022-01-22

text 99.9
book 99.5
drawing 98.2
painting 95.2
illustration 94.9
cartoon 94.2
sketch 92.8
child art 86.9
art 83.7

Color Analysis

Feature analysis

Amazon

Chicken 80.6%
Bird 79%

Captions

Microsoft
created on 2022-01-22

a close up of a book 50.8%
close up of a book 44.2%
a book on a table 37.8%

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-26

The image depicts a scene that appears to be in a mountainous environment during twilight or sunset, with a red and orange sky above darkened peaks. The mountains have been anthropomorphized and possess eerie, monstrous faces that emerge from the rock formations. There are five distinct faces, each with exaggerated and haunting features such as oversized, bulging eyes, crooked noses, gaping mouths, and menacing expressions. The mountain faces range from ghoulish grins to expressions of terror and despair. The foreground on the left side of the image shows a small, armed knight—presumably a representation of human bravery—charging valiantly on horseback towards these daunting faces. The knight seems undeterred by the monstrous mountains ahead. At the base of the image, there are inscriptions in various languages - "Die Schreckhörner" in German, "Les Schreckhörner" in French, which suggest the name of this depicted formation or place, with Schreckhörner presumably being the name, and "Pics de l'épouvante", which translates to "Peaks of Terror" in English. Additionally, there's a marking in the bottom left that reads "13. Kunstverlag F. Krüllinger, Zürich," identifying the publisher and the city of Zurich. The artist's signature, "A. Tausend," is inscribed on the bottom right which indicates the artist's interpretation of the mountain peaks as threatening creatures.

Text analysis

Amazon

Pics
Les
de
ou Pics de l'épouvante,
l'épouvante,
Les Schreckhörner
ou
Schreckhörner
Die
Kunstverlag
F
Killinger,
Zürich.
13. Kunstverlag F Killinger, Zürich.
13.
Die Schreekhörner..
STANSEN
Schreekhörner..

Google

Les
Schreckhörner
ou
Pics
de
l'épouvante,
Kunstverlag
F.
Die Sdredehiörner.. Les Schreckhörner ou Pics de l'épouvante, 13. Kunstverlag F. Killinger, Ziirich.
Die
Sdredehiörner..
13.
Killinger,
Ziirich.