RM2C9D8NB–The phœnix-like summer girl - Print shows a female figure with wings rising from the flames of summer romances that are burning out as the season comes to an end; she leaves behind many broken-hearted men on the beach at a summer resort. 1895
RMD88DF6–ANATOMICAL FIGURE 1493
RMEDP87N–Mexico - massive figure in park in Mexico City
RMDHX908–Half-Figure in a Yellow Shirt - by Kazimir Malevich, 1932
RMCFCFBC–Bronze figure of a bullfighter in Nimes France
RMC45X8X–Figure of the god Ganesha, 1929
RMW7EE5P–Malanggan figure. Artist: Unknown
RMMC887A–CHRISTIAN Image of blindfolded figure in Strasbourg Cathedral
RM2A5TCPC–The Curayacu Venus, probably linked to the Chavin Culture, is a pottery figure dating from around 1800 to 1300 BC and was found south of Lima in 1956. It is now in the National Museum of the Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru (Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia del Perú), Lima, Peru, South America
RMADW0TB–Standing Male Figure: Anterior View
RMEAFJD5–Female figure in traditional dress, Shewa, Ethiopia
RMC86MYJ–This medical exhibit features an anterior, posterior and lateral view of the female figure.
RMF4P782–Francis Bacon - Figure with Meat
RMGG2E2K–Red-figure attic vase with horse-women, from Gela 6th century A.D Ancient Greece Syracuse Museum
RMMKPKK3–Figure and Pool
RMBB4K3H–The figure illustrates the equivalence of the Chinese complementary rectangles theorem and the Greek similar triangles theorem.
RMGB1RT4–Soccer - Subbuteo. Subbuteo figure
RMF2B52J–Tenley Albright, figure skater, in mid-air leap, 1954. In 1956 she became the first American to win the Olympic Women's Figure skating gold medal. - (BSLOC 2015 1 125)
RMHRKP3R–Figure Showing Syphilis Symptoms
RM2R261WF–Katerina Witt (GDR) at the 1986 World Figure Skating Championships.
RMWPEX2M–Vincent van Gogh, painting, Houses and Figure, 1890
RME8PNMD–Outline of a human figure in a squatting position showing nervous system anatomy; two small incisions on the abdomen; the upper
RMDT2T0W–JULIAN CALDER PROMINENT FIGURE IN UK PUBLISHING