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Table with two armchairs, 1906, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), green aniline-dyed wood. Italy, 20th century.  Milano, Archivio C.Venturini
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Dressing table with futurist influences, 1920-1924, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), aniline-dyed wood. Italy, 20th century.  Milano, Archivio C
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vuntage postcard
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Toilet with futurist influences, 1920-1924, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), aniline-dyed wood. Italy, 20th century
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Armchair, ca 1920, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), green aniline-dyed oak, original fabric. Italy, 20th century.  Private Collection
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Chair, ca 1920, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), green aniline-dyed oak, original fabric bearing the artist's design. Italy, 20th century
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P-toluidine, molecular model. Organic compound with properties similar to those of aniline. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon grey
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Entrance hall cabinet, ca 1920, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), green aniline-dyed oak. Italy, 20th century.  Private Collection
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Memorial plaque in the main street of Dahme in the Mark Brandenburg with a portrait of Otto Unverdorben, who invented aniline there in 1826 - Germany
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Spatial Concept. Expectations (Concetto spaziale. Attese), by Lucio Fontana, 1959, 20th Century, aniline, cuts and holes on canvas, 97 x 130 cm
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Entrance hall cabinet, ca 1920, by Giacomo Cometti (1863-1938), green aniline-dyed oak. Italy, 20th century.  Private Collection
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Businesswoman pressing add to cart button on virtual screens
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Katsushika Hokusai 1760–1849 was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. He is best-known as author of the woodblock print series...
Aniline hydrochloride seen under a microscope
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Plaque in the main street of Dahme in the Mark Brandenburg with a portrait of Otto Unverdorben, who invented aniline there in 1826 - Germany
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Road sign Unverdorbengasse in Dahme in honor of Otto Unverdorben, who discovered the aniline in the Brandenburg town in 1826 - Germany
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Handle credit cards with the laptops were purchased on-line
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Clouds and skies
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Blue suede shoes isolated on white background
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Brown suade shoes isolated on white background
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