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sparked a number of adaptations This illustration depicting a sailor on a ship s rigging forms the frontispiece to The Pinafore Picture Book a 1909 children s book by Gilbert and illustrated by Alice B Woodward The book retells the story of Pinafore in some cases giving considerable backstory that is not found in the libretto Illustration credit Alice B Woodward restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Bessie Coleman Half eagle Lichfield Cathedral Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 15 Bessie Coleman 1892 1926 was a civil aviator On June 15 1921 she became the first African American woman and the first Native American to earn an aviation pilot s license Denied opportunity in the United States because of her race and sex she had to go to France to learn to fly Her career involved stunt flying and performing in air shows and was cut short in 1926 when she was thrown from a plane in mid air Her death meant that her ambition to establish a school for young black aviators went unaccomplished but her pioneering achievements served as an inspiration for a generation of African American men and women Photograph credit UnknownRecently featured Half eagle Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 14 Chosen at random from a selection of ten all alternatives shown below view talk edit history watch protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Made almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle has changed many times over the years This half eagle known as a Turban Head was minted in 1795 and is now part of the National Numismatic Collection Designed by Robert Scot the coin depicts a personification of Liberty wearing a cap on the obverse with a heraldic eagle on the reverse Other designs Turban Head small eagle Turban Head sixteen stars Capped Bust Capped Head Capped Head large diameter Classic Head Liberty Head without motto Liberty Head with motto Indian Head Coin design credit Robert Scot and the United States Mint photographed by Jaclyn NashRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Made almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle has changed many times over the years This half eagle known as a Turban Head was minted in 1795 and is now part of the National Numismatic Collection Designed by Robert Scot the coin depicts a personification of Liberty wearing a cap on the obverse with a small eagle on the reverse Other designs Turban Head heraldic eagle Turban Head sixteen stars Capped Bust Capped Head Capped Head large diameter Classic Head Liberty Head without motto Liberty Head with motto Indian Head Coin design credit Robert Scot and the United States Mint photographed by Jaclyn NashRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but it was originally designed by Robert Scot The obverse design depicts a turbaned portrait of Liberty facing to the right and the reverse depicts a heraldic eagle this type was produced in 1797 and was unique in having 16 stars on the obverse National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by John Reich and produced from 1807 to 1812 The obverse design depicts a round capped portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle For the first time 5 D is included on the reverse to indicate the value of the coin National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by John Reich and produced from 1813 to 1834 The obverse design depicts a round capped portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle This type differs from its predecessor by Liberty having a larger head and a reduced bustline National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by William Kneass and produced from 1834 to 1838 The obverse design depicts a classic portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle with E PLURIBUS UNUM removed National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by Christian Gobrecht and produced from 1839 to 1866 The obverse design depicts a classic portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle with the value changed from 5 D to FIVE D National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by Christian Gobrecht and produced in 1866 The obverse design depicts a portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle with the addition of the motto IN GOD WE TRUST above the eagle National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by Bela Pratt and produced from 1908 onwards The obverse design depicts an Indian head wearing a feathered headdress facing to the left and the reverse depicts a perched eagle with the inscriptions E PLURIBUS UNUM and IN GOD WE TRUST National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s Composed almost entirely of gold it has a face value of five dollars It was the first gold coin to be minted by the United States its production being authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 The design and composition of the half eagle changed many times over the years but this version was designed by John Reich and produced from 1813 to 1834 The obverse design depicts a round capped portrait of Liberty facing to the left and the reverse depicts a modified eagle This 1822 coin is one of only three known for the year National Numismatic Collection National Museum of American History photographed by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Lichfield Cathedral Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Archive More featured pictures view talk edit history watch file page protected version June 13 Lichfield Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Lichfield Staffordshire A church was first built on the site in 700 by Bishop Headda to house the bones of Saint Chad of Mercia The original wooden building was replaced by a Norman cathedral made from stone which in turn was replaced by the present Gothic structure begun in 1195 The cathedral suffered extensive damage during the English Civil War the central spire was demolished the roofs ruined and the stained glass windows smashed Bishop John Hacket began the restoration in the 1660s but the damage was not fully repaired until the 19th century This photograph shows the exterior of the cathedral as seen from the northeast Photograph credit David IliffRecently featured Common blackbird Thich Quảng Đức Art and engraving on United States banknotes Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 12 The common blackbird Turdus merula is a species of true thrush in the family Turdidae It breeds in Europe Asiatic Russia and North Africa and has a number of subspecies across its wide range a few of the Asian subspecies are sometimes considered to be full species Depending on latitude the common blackbird may be resident partially migratory or fully migratory This female northwestern African blackbird T m mauritanicus was photographed in the Souss Massa National Park Morocco This small dark subspecies breeds in central and northern Morocco coastal Algeria and northern Tunisia Photograph credit Charles James SharpRecently featured Thich Quảng Đức Art and engraving on United States banknotes California State Capitol Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 11 Thich Quảng Đức was a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death at a busy road intersection in Saigon on 11 June 1963 in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government led by Ngo Đinh Diệm Images of the act were circulated widely around the world and brought attention to the policies of the Diệm government This photograph of Quảng Đức s self immolation was captured by the American journalist Malcolm Browne for the Associated Press Browne later won the 1963 World Press Photo of the Year and a Pulitzer Prize for his photographs of the act Photograph credit Malcolm BrowneRecently featured Art and engraving on United States banknotes California State Capitol Lucy Arbell Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 10 Artists producing art and engraving on United States banknotes transitioned to steel engraving which enabled a rapid advance in banknote design and printing during the 19th century This vignette engraved by Charles Burt for the Department of the Treasury s Bureau of Engraving and Printing depicts the baptism of Pocahontas and is a copy of an 1840 painting by John Gadsby Chapman on display in the United States Capitol rotunda From 1875 the vignette was used on the reverse of twenty dollar bills as part of the first issue of National Bank Notes Engraving credit Charles Burt after John Gadsby Chapman restored by Andrew ShivaRecently featured California State Capitol Lucy Arbell Sexual dimorphism Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 9 The California State Capitol located in Sacramento is the seat of the California government The building houses the chambers of the California State Legislature comprising the Assembly and the Senate along with the office of the governor of California The Neoclassical structure was designed by Reuben S Clark and completed between 1861 and 1874 The California State Capitol Museum is housed on its grounds Photograph credit Andre mRecently featured Lucy Arbell Sexual dimorphism Al Grey Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 8 Lucy Arbell 8 June 1878 21 May 1947 was a French mezzo soprano whose operatic career was largely centred in Paris Her career was particularly associated with the composer Jules Massenet who created a number of operatic roles for her before his death in 1912 This carte de visite of Arbell was created by the French photographer Nadar Photograph credit Nadar restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Sexual dimorphism Al Grey Ben Gurion s hut Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 7 Sexual dimorphism is the condition where the two sexes of the same species exhibit different characteristics Differences may include secondary sex characteristics size weight color or markings as well as behavioral and cognitive differences In the butterfly species Colias dimera also known as the Dimera sulphur seen here mating in Venezuela the male on the right is a brighter shade of yellow than the female Photograph credit Paolo Costa BaldiRecently featured Al Grey Ben Gurion s hut Book of Tobit Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 6 Al Grey June 6 1925 March 24 2000 was an American jazz trombonist who was known for his plunger mute technique After serving in World War II he joined Benny Carter s band then the bands of Jimmie Lunceford Lucky Millinder and Lionel Hampton In the 1950s he was a member of the big bands of Dizzy Gillespie and Count Basie before forming his own bands in the 1960s This photograph by William P Gottlieb shows Grey still performing into the 1980s Photograph credit William P Gottlieb restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Ben Gurion s hut Book of Tobit Double banded plover Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 5 Ben Gurion s hut was the retirement home of David Ben Gurion the first prime minister of Israel and his wife Paula from 1953 until his death in 1973 The hut located in Sde Boker a kibbutz in the Negev in southern Israel was preserved exactly as it was left by Ben Gurion after his death and now serves as a museum with a visitors center operated by the Ben Gurion Heritage Institute Photograph credit Hanan EpsteinRecently featured Book of Tobit Double banded plover Celestine Galli Marie Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 4 The Book of Tobit is a Jewish work from the 3rd or early 2nd century BCE describing how God tests the faithful responds to prayers and protects the covenant community the Israelites It is regarded as part of the biblical canon of the Catholic and Orthodox churches as a deuterocanonical book but as part of the biblical apocrypha in some Protestant churches This 15th century oil on panel painting by Filippino Lippi entitled Tobias and the Angel depicts a scene in which Tobias Tobit s son goes on a journey accompanied by an angel without realising that he is an angel and is instructed what to do with the giant fish that he catches Painting credit Filippino LippiRecently featured Double banded plover Celestine Galli Marie Seal of Kentucky Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 3 The double banded plover Charadrius bicinctus is a species of bird in the plover family native to New Zealand During the winter and the spring it has a dark greyish brown back with a distinctive white chest a thin band of black below the neck running across the chest and a thicker brown band below Outside the breeding season the double banding is lost this photograph taken in March shows a double banded plover in non breeding plumage at Boat Harbour in New South Wales Australia Photograph credit John HarrisonRecently featured Celestine Galli Marie Seal of Kentucky Shōrin zu byōbu Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 2 Celestine Galli Marie 1837 1905 was a French mezzo soprano who is most famous for creating the title role in the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet It was said that during the opera s 33rd performance on 2 June 1875 Galli Marie had a premonition of Bizet s death while singing in the third act and fainted when she left the stage the composer in fact died that night and the next performance was cancelled due to her indisposition This photograph by Nadar depicts Galli Marie as the titular character in Carmen Photograph credit Nadar restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Seal of Kentucky Shōrin zu byōbu Clitocybe nebularis Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version June 1 This historical depiction of the coat of arms of Kentucky was illustrated by the American engraver Henry Mitchell in State Arms of the Union published in 1876 by Louis Prang The design depicts two men embracing with the motto United we stand divided we fall The original Kentucky state seal adopted in 1792 and designed in 1793 was lost in a fire that destroyed the state capitol in 1814 Because the description originally adopted by the General Assembly did not specify how the two friends should look or how they should be embracing several variants have been produced Illustration credit Henry Mitchell restored by Andrew ShivaRecently featured Shōrin zu byōbu Clitocybe nebularis Seal of Wisconsin Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 31 Shōrin zu byōbu is a pair of six panel folding screens byōbu by the Japanese artist Hasegawa Tōhaku the founder of the Hasegawa school The ink on paper work dates from the late 16th century and depicts a view of Japanese pine trees in the mist with parts of the trees visible and other parts obscured The screens are held by the Tokyo National Museum and were designated as a National Treasure of Japan in 1952 Painting credit Hasegawa TōhakuRecently featured Clitocybe nebularis Seal of Wisconsin William Birney Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file pages 1 2 protected version May 30 Clitocybe nebularis commonly known as the clouded agaric or the cloud funnel is a common gilled fungus that grows both in conifer dominated forests and broad leaved woodland in Europe and North America This C nebularis mushroom was photographed growing among fallen beech leaves in Famberhorst nature reserve the Netherlands Photograph credit Dominicus Johannes BergsmaRecently featured Seal of Wisconsin William Birney Centennial Hall Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 29 This historical depiction of the coat of arms of Wisconsin was illustrated by the American engraver Henry Mitchell in State Arms of the Union published in 1876 by Louis Prang The symbols depicted on the shield in the center represent the changing focus of the state s economy from fur trading to lead and iron mining agriculture manufacturing and shipping as well as the traditional motto of the United States E pluribus unum The badger depicted above the shield alludes to Wisconsin s nickname as the Badger State while the cornucopias in the base represent prosperity and abundance and the lead ingots mineral wealth and the original thirteen U S states Wisconsin s state motto Forward appears above the design which also features on the state flag and the state seal Engraving credit Henry Mitchell restored by Andrew ShivaRecently featured William Birney Centennial Hall Sally Ride Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 28 William Birney May 28 1819 August 14 1907 was a professor Union Army general during the American Civil War attorney and author An ardent abolitionist he was one of three superintendents in charge of enlisting colored troops into the Union Army and in that capacity organized seven regiments After the war he established a law practice in Washington D C and after retiring wrote profusely on religion and history and authored a biography of his father James G Birney Photograph credit unknown restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Centennial Hall Sally Ride Adonis blue Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 27 The Centennial Hall is a historic building in Wroclaw Poland It was designed by Max Berg in 1911 when the city was known as Breslau and belonged to the Province of Silesia in the German Empire to host a 1913 exhibition celebrating the centennial of the Battle of Leipzig The building is one of the most important examples of early modernist and expressionist architecture In 2006 it was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland The Wroclaw exhibition ground surrounding the hall also includes a pergola the needle like monument Iglica and the Four Domes Pavilion which is part of the National Museum Photograph credit Jarek CiurusRecently featured Sally Ride Adonis blue Helsinki Cathedral Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 26 Sally Ride May 26 1951 July 23 2012 was an American physicist and astronaut She joined NASA in 1978 and in 1983 became the first American woman in space She was the third woman in space overall after Soviet cosmonauts Valentina Tereshkova 1963 and Svetlana Savitskaya 1982 Ride had completed eight months of training for her third flight when the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster occurred She served on the two panels that investigated this accident and the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster Photograph credit NASA restored by CoffeeandcrumbsRecently featured Adonis blue Helsinki Cathedral The Crucifixion of Saint Wilgefortis Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 25 The Adonis blue Polyommatus bellargus is a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae found in Europe and parts of West Asia This photograph taken in a chalk meadow at Yoesden Bank in Buckinghamshire England shows the underside of the folded wings of a male Adonis blue the upper side is a bright sky blue Photograph credit Charles James SharpRecently featured Helsinki Cathedral The Crucifixion of Saint Wilgefortis Pied bush chat Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 24 Helsinki Cathedral is an Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki located in the centre of Helsinki Finland Designed by Carl Ludvig Engel to form the focal point of Senate Square it was built from 1830 to 1852 in the Neoclassical style The church s plan forms a Greek cross a square centre and four equilateral arms symmetrical in each of the four cardinal directions The cathedral is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Helsinki with more than half a million visitors in 2018 Photograph credit Joaquim Alves GasparRecently featured The Crucifixion of Saint Wilgefortis Pied bush chat Cavalleria rusticana Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 23 The Crucifixion of Saint Wilgefortis is an oil on panel triptych created by the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch from 1497 to 1505 The identity of the subject has been uncertain she was believed to be Saint Julia of Corsica whose feast day is May 23 in the Western liturgical calendar but the triptych is now believed to depict Saint Wilgefortis after restoration work revealed that the female martyr had originally been painted with a beard The work is in the collection of the Gallerie dell Accademia in Venice Italy Painting credit Hieronymus BoschRecently featured Pied bush chat Cavalleria rusticana La Nymphe surprise Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 22 The pied bush chat Saxicola caprata is a small passerine bird widely distributed in Asia The males are sussy with imposter and vent patches while the females are predominantly brownish This species is insectivorous and like other chats hunts from a prominent low perch This female pied bush chat was photographed in Pench National Park India Photograph credit Charles James SharpRecently featured Cavalleria rusticana La Nymphe surprise Portsmouth Cathedral Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 21 Cavalleria rusticana is an 1890 opera in one act by Pietro Mascagni with an Italian libretto written by Giovanni Targioni Tozzetti and Guido Menasci adapted from a short story and play by Giovanni Verga These two illustrations show key scenes in the opera in the first Santuzza begs Turiddu to stay with her instead of continuing his affair with Lola in the second Lola s husband Alfio embraces Turiddu challenging him to a duel according to Sicilian custom while Turiddu bites his ear drawing blood thus accepting the challenge and indicating that it will be a duel to the death Illustration credit unknown restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured La Nymphe surprise Portsmouth Cathedral Gertrude Kasebier Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file pages 1 2 protected version May 20 La Nymphe surprise is an 1861 oil on canvas painting by the French Impressionist painter Edouard Manet The painting depicts a young woman described as a nymph sitting in a wooded landscape beside a lake looking surprised at the viewer A blue iris grows at her feet and she is nude except for pearls around her neck and a ring on her little finger The model for the painting was Suzanne Leenhoff a Dutch pianist with whom Manet had an affair they later married in 1863 The work is in the collection of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires Argentina Painting credit Edouard ManetRecently featured Portsmouth Cathedral Gertrude Kasebier Grapsus grapsus Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 19 Portsmouth Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in the centre of Old Portsmouth in Portsmouth England It is the cathedral of the Diocese of Portsmouth and the seat of the bishop of Portsmouth This photograph shows the cathedral s West Great Organ installed in 2001 to supplement the existing pipe organ that had been installed by Nicholson amp Co Ltd in 1994 by speaking directly into the nave Photograph credit David IliffRecently featured Gertrude Kasebier Grapsus grapsus Daniel Manning Archive More featured picturesview talk edit history watch file page protected version May 18 Gertrude Kasebier May 18 1852 October 12 1934 was an American photographer who was known for her images of motherhood and her portraits of Native Americans her portraits of the Sioux focused more on the expression and individuality of the person than their costumes and customs She helped establish the Women s Professional Photographers Association of America and promoted photography as a career for women This photograph was taken in around 1900 when she was at the height of her career Photograph credit Adolph de Meyer restored by Adam CuerdenRecently featured Grapsus grapsus Daniel Manning 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