Human Generated Data

Title

Orchids and Rocks

Date

1896 - 1898

People

Artist: Yi Ha-ŭng (also known as Taewŏn’gun), Korean 1820 - 1898

Classification

Paintings

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Purchase in honor of John M. Rosenfield through the generosity of Mariot Fraser Solomon, 2005.99

Human Generated Data

Title

Orchids and Rocks

People

Artist: Yi Ha-ŭng (also known as Taewŏn’gun), Korean 1820 - 1898

Date

1896 - 1898

Classification

Paintings

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Purchase in honor of John M. Rosenfield through the generosity of Mariot Fraser Solomon, 2005.99

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2020-04-23

Text 93.7
Plant 88.5
Grass 83.4
Art 83
Advertisement 70.4
Paper 67.2
Page 66.1
Canvas 65.8
Poster 64.9
Modern Art 57.6
Collage 55.8
Drawing 55.2

Clarifai
created on 2020-04-23

no person 99.8
paper 99.8
retro 99.6
antique 99.5
dirty 99.2
old 98.3
graphic design 98.3
parchment 98.2
leaf 98
interior design 97.6
page 97.6
ancient 97.4
sepia pigment 97.3
nature 97
wear 96.7
wood 96.7
nostalgia 95.2
obsolete 95
empty 94.7
cardboard 94

Imagga
created on 2020-04-23

notebook 64.3
binding 61.4
paper 55.7
grunge 51.1
vintage 49.7
old 47.4
texture 45.9
antique 36.4
retro 36.1
ancient 35.5
blank 35.2
empty 34.4
page 33.4
aged 31.7
brown 30.9
parchment 30.7
dirty 28.9
book 28.4
material 25.2
document 25.1
pattern 23.3
design 23.1
rough 22.8
frame 22.5
wallpaper 22.2
sheet 21.6
sketch 20.7
art 20.2
grungy 19.9
textured 19.3
worn 19.1
damaged 19.1
drawing 18.9
space 18.6
manuscript 18.6
letter 18.4
stained 18.3
backdrop 18.1
cardboard 17.3
border 17.2
surface 16.8
yellow 16.6
aging 16.3
wall 16.3
text 15.7
old fashioned 15.2
diary 14.6
canvas 14.2
shabby 13.7
torn 13.5
decorative 13.4
card 13.2
cover 13
grain 12.9
crumpled 12.6
journal 12.5
note 11.9
pages 11.7
flower 11.5
rusty 11.4
style 11.1
representation 11
ragged 10.7
stains 10.7
faded 10.7
burnt 10.7
decay 10.6
backgrounds 10.6
detail 10.5
weathered 10.5
floral 10.2
tattered 9.9
copy 9.7
stain 9.6
artistic 9.6
color 9.5
carton 9.4
historic 9.2
binder 9.1
envelope 9
open 9
history 8.9
graphic 8.8
scrapbook 8.7
wood 8.6
ornament 8.6
dirt 8.6
container 8.4
paint 8.2
close 8
burned 7.8
structure 7.8
grime 7.8
fracture 7.8
leaf 7.8
writing 7.5
board 7.4
closeup 7.4
box 7.3
object 7.3
message 7.3
office 7.2

Google
created on 2020-04-23

Tree 84.3
Modern art 83.7
Botany 80.1
Plant 77.5
Painting 76.4
Branch 74.9
Twig 74.7
Canoe birch 72
American larch 68.5
Art 62.5
Vascular plant 51.9
Artwork 51.1

Microsoft
created on 2020-04-23

drawing 96.7
sketch 94.4
text 94.1
handwriting 89.2
child art 61.1

Color Analysis

Categories

Imagga

paintings art 99%

Captions

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-25

The image appears to be a set of four vertical panels, collectively forming a traditional East Asian painting, likely of the Chinese or Japanese origin. Starting from the leftmost panel: 1. The first panel features a substantial amount of written script in the top half, possibly a poem or philosophical text written in East Asian characters. Below the text, a small artist's stamp is visible. The rest of the panel is a blank space. 2. The second panel displays a piece of minimalist artwork. A few elegant brushstrokes create the image of plant life, likely wild grass or reeds. Black ink lines suggest the movement of the plants, as if blowing in the wind. 3. The third panel is largely empty except for a continuation of the plant depiction from the second panel. This section shows the uppermost extent of the plants, with thin, arcing lines denoting long blades or stems and small clusters of leaves. 4. The last panel returns to written text, similar to the first. The script flows down the upper third, concluding with another artist's red stamp. The remainder of the panel is bare, but the very edge of the painting's imagery reappears — a hint of continuity from the other panels, perhaps suggesting branches or extension of the plant. The background of all four panels has a textured beige or light golden tone, characteristic of aged parchment or traditional fibrous paper. Overall, the artwork captures an essence of simplicity, nature, and elegance, commonly found in East Asian ink wash paintings, which emphasize the beauty in minimalism and the use of negative space.

Text analysis

Amazon

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Google

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