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The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in St. Petersburg, Florida has lots of paintings and statues and it has many fine examples of original Greek Vases.  Most of these vases are hundreds of years or more BC.  All of them were in plexiglass or Lexan clear cases that caused lots of artifacts even when a polarizer was used.  Here are just a few:

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/45 sec, 40 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/45 sec, 40 mm Lens

ISO 1000, F/4, 1/8 sec, 45 mm Lens

ISO 1000, F/4, 1/8 sec, 45 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/30 sec, 58 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/30 sec, 58 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/10 sec, 50 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/10 sec, 50 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/6 sec, 73 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/6 sec, 73 mm Lens

This last vase has an Egyptian motif with what looks like a Pharaoh on a chariot:

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/15 sec, 105 mm Lens

ISO 2000, F/4, 1/15 sec, 105 mm Lens

 

 

 

 

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