API - Json Examples

Introduction

The Json formatted data presented by this Beta API is currently under development, this page presents some examples of how the data will be formatted.

The Json formatted data is relativly stable but still might be subject to changes and should only be used for testing purposes.

Object Details: 000-03JR-0000

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Artist Details: 001-0145-0000

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Duccio was one of the most important painters of 14th-century Italy. He ran a large workshop which shaped generations of Sienese artists. His pupils were influential on Florentine art.

\r\nHis greatest work was the double-sided altarpiece, the 'Maest\u00c3\u0083\u00c2\u00a0', made between 1308-11. The Gallery's 'The Annunciation', 'Jesus opens the Eyes of a Man born Blind' and 'The Transfiguration' are fragments from it.

\r\nDuccio's date of birth is not known but he was active in Siena by 1278, and spent most of his working life there. He is unusual among medieval artists for being well documented. Duccio's art is based on Byzantine sources, but was deeply influenced by the sculpture of the Pisani and by French Gothic metalwork. His work is both decorative in the use of line, colour and pattern, and highly expressive. He is less interested in volume, than his younger contemporary Giotto.

\r\n'The Maest\u00c3\u0083\u00c2\u00a0' was one of the largest and most complex altarpieces ever produced. Its influence can be seen in the predella panels for an altarpiece by the Sienese painter Ugolino, which imitates the treatment of subjects in the 'Maest\u00c3\u0083\u00c2\u00a0'.<\/p>","objects":{"000-03IN-0000":"NG566","000-03WS-0000":"NG1330","000-044R-0000":"NG1140","000-044S-0000":"NG1139"},"artists":{"001-0145-0000":"Duccio"},"date_range":{"begin":"1307-01-01","end":"1317-12-31"},"keywords":{"00A-0001-0000":"Religion","00A-0002-0000":"Christianity","00A-0003-0000":"People","00A-0004-0000":"Men","00A-0005-0000":"Women","00A-0006-0000":"Worship","00A-0007-0000":"Kneeling","00A-0008-0000":"Robes","00A-000L-0000":"Clothing","00A-000P-0000":"Families","00A-000Q-0000":"Male","00A-001C-0000":"Beards","00A-001D-0000":"Saints","00A-003B-0000":"Worshipers","00A-006J-0000":"Scrolls"},"artist_type":"normal","artist_class":"named","ArtistDisplayDate":"active 1278; died 1319","pdate":[["active","standard",["1278-01-01","1278-12-31","1278",{"within":["1270s"],"overlaps":[],"contains":[]},{"within":["13th Century"],"overlaps":[],"contains":[]},"year",""]],["died","standard",["1319-01-01","1319-12-31","1319",{"within":["1310s"],"overlaps":[],"contains":[]},{"within":["14th Century"],"overlaps":[],"contains":[]},"year",""]],["born","automatic",["1240-01-01","1259-12-31","Before 1260s",{"within":[],"overlaps":[],"contains":["1240s","1250s"]},{"within":["13th Century"],"overlaps":[],"contains":[]},"dec","before"]]]}


Title Details: 00C-01B2-0000

{"type":"title","pid":"00C-01B2-0000","name":"Portrait of a Lady","title":"Portrait of a Lady","description":"National Gallery painting title","objects":{"000-01BY-0000":"NG1433","000-02OM-0000":"NG6254","000-02S5-0000":"NG4790","000-02YP-0000":"NG6280","000-03H0-0000":"NG595","000-03HO-0000":"NG631","000-03K5-0000":"NG21","000-03SU-0000":"NG650","000-03VZ-0000":"NG758","000-04HP-0000":"NG2617","000-04JN-0000":"NG2085","000-04L8-0000":"NG2218","000-04P0-0000":"NG3254"},"artists":{"001-008M-0000":"Alesso Baldovinetti","001-01CO-0000":"French","001-01W8-0000":"Italian, Florentine","001-01WJ-0000":"Italian, Venetian","001-01Y9-0000":"Cornelius Johnson","001-02C1-0000":"Raimundo de Madrazo","001-02XG-0000":"Caspar Netscher","001-03RV-0000":"Francesco Solimena"},"date_range":{"begin":"1458-01-01","end":"1895-12-31"},"keywords":{"00A-0001-0000":"Religion","00A-0002-0000":"Christianity","00A-0003-0000":"People","00A-000H-0000":"Female","00A-000L-0000":"Clothing","00A-000Q-0000":"Male","00A-0012-0000":"Aristocracy","00A-001J-0000":"Portraits","00A-003D-0000":"Sculpture","00A-003T-0000":"Jewellery","00A-0045-0000":"Cupids","00A-004A-0000":"Dresses","00A-004R-0000":"Necklaces","00A-004S-0000":"Dress","00A-004X-0000":"Gold","00A-0060-0000":"Earrings","00A-006D-0000":"Fashion","00A-006W-0000":"Reliefs"}}

Room Details: 006-001M-0000

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Spanish painting flourished during the 17th century principally in the service of God and King. The evolution of a Catholic Counter-Reformation religiosity is revealed in a variety of powerful, individual styles. Not long after El Greco had portrayed the divine with ethereal idealisations of figures, space and light, Diego Vel\u00c3\u00a1zquez and Francisco de Zurbar\u00c3\u00a1n turned to realism to represent the mystical.<\/p>\n

To make religion more personally relevant, they used naturalistic light to convey divine presence and they depicted the saints as ordinary people, with a vivid physicality and facial expressions. Taste changed after 1650, and Bartolom\u00c3\u00a9 Esteban Murillo appealed to popular piety with an ideal style of soft forms and colours, and a sweet and gentle mood.<\/p>\n

At the court of Philip IV, Vel\u00c3\u00a1zquez transformed his style of earthy realism in order to express the dignity and splendour of the monarchy. He developed an elegant technique of artful brushwork that calls attention to itself and yet conveys compelling actuality when viewed from a distance.<\/p>\n","objects":{"000-01AQ-0000":{"pid":"000-01AQ-0000","no":"NG1375"},"000-01AW-0000":{"pid":"000-01AW-0000","no":"NG1148"},"000-01D6-0000":{"pid":"000-01D6-0000","no":"NG2057"},"000-02O8-0000":{"pid":"000-02O8-0000","no":"NG5931"},"000-02OZ-0000":{"pid":"000-02OZ-0000","no":"NG6153"},"000-02PV-0000":{"pid":"000-02PV-0000","no":"NG5655"},"000-02V3-0000":{"pid":"000-02V3-0000","no":"NG6448"},"000-02Z0-0000":{"pid":"000-02Z0-0000","no":"NG6264"},"000-030E-0000":{"pid":"000-030E-0000","no":"NG6424"},"000-031D-0000":{"pid":"000-031D-0000","no":"NG6380"},"000-03F0-0000":{"pid":"000-03F0-0000","no":"NG235"},"000-03F2-0000":{"pid":"000-03F2-0000","no":"NG232"},"000-03FU-0000":{"pid":"000-03FU-0000","no":"NG197"},"000-03G7-0000":{"pid":"000-03G7-0000","no":"NG176"},"000-03NH-0000":{"pid":"000-03NH-0000","no":"NG74"},"000-03WH-0000":{"pid":"000-03WH-0000","no":"NG1291"},"000-03X3-0000":{"pid":"000-03X3-0000","no":"NG1315"},"000-0451-0000":{"pid":"000-0451-0000","no":"NG1129"},"000-04J3-0000":{"pid":"000-04J3-0000","no":"NG1930"},"000-04SF-0000":{"pid":"000-04SF-0000","no":"NG2926"}},"example_object":"000-01D6-0000","artists":{"001-01WB-0000":"Italian, Neapolitan","001-03FC-0000":"Jusepe de Ribera","001-044L-0000":"Juan de Valdes Leal"},"date_range":{"begin":"1618-01-01","end":"1682-12-31"},"contains":[],"keywords":{"00A-0001-0000":"Religion","00A-0002-0000":"Christianity","00A-0003-0000":"People","00A-0004-0000":"Men","00A-0005-0000":"Women","00A-0006-0000":"Worship","00A-0007-0000":"Kneeling","00A-0008-0000":"Robes","00A-000A-0000":"Healing","00A-000B-0000":"Animals","00A-000D-0000":"Landscapes","00A-000H-0000":"Female","00A-000I-0000":"Mythology","00A-000L-0000":"Clothing","00A-000Q-0000":"Male","00A-000R-0000":"Shepherds","00A-000S-0000":"Buildings","00A-0012-0000":"Aristocracy","00A-0013-0000":"Kings","00A-0015-0000":"Angels","00A-0018-0000":"Grief","00A-001C-0000":"Beards","00A-001D-0000":"Saints","00A-001F-0000":"Books","00A-001J-0000":"Portraits","00A-001V-0000":"Youth","00A-001X-0000":"Spanish","00A-0023-0000":"Children","00A-0029-0000":"Mourning","00A-002B-0000":"Furniture","00A-002C-0000":"Pets","00A-002J-0000":"Sports","00A-002K-0000":"Dogs","00A-0035-0000":"Home","00A-003C-0000":"Fish","00A-003P-0000":"Hunters","00A-003Q-0000":"Horses","00A-003Y-0000":"Thinking","00A-0047-0000":"Health","00A-004H-0000":"History","00A-004K-0000":"Disease","00A-004T-0000":"Drawings","00A-004W-0000":"Leisure","00A-004Z-0000":"Food","00A-0052-0000":"Bread","00A-0055-0000":"Goddesses","00A-0059-0000":"Spain","00A-005A-0000":"Carriages","00A-005J-0000":"Artists","00A-005Z-0000":"Lambs","00A-006S-0000":"Cooking","00A-008L-0000":"New world","00A-008M-0000":"Eggs","00A-008Y-0000":"Queens","00A-009H-0000":"Illness"}}


Keyword Details: 00A-0063-0000

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