- = Also a featured picture on Wikimedia Commons
These 3 restorations from the first 7 months of 2020 make up 0.045% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia. As I started late this year, my goal for the year is .5%, which currently requires 33.59 restorations. I am currently on target to meet this goal, with a projected 1.016% (68.3) for the year. (Everything in this paragraph is automatically updated.)
These 98.5 restorations from 2019 make up 1.466% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
11. Rossini and King George IV
49. Hermaphrodite, part of a nine-part 1860 medical photo-documentation of an intersex person, believed to be the first of its kind.
These 8 restorations from the last two months of 2018 make up 0.119% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia. 2018 concluded a long Wikibreak, with me only rejoining in late November, so this isn't too bad numberwise. And, hey, wrote the music to an opera as well.
Featured pictures from previous years
2017 had a long wikibreak in it, that I never really left for long....
These 72.75 restorations from 2016 make up 1.083% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
2. Women of Britain Say - "Go"
3. 'Your King & Country Need You'/'A Wee "Scrap of Paper" is Britain's Bond' by Lawson Wood
28. Adolphe-Louis-Joseph Alizard in Jérusalem
68. Aida, Act I, Scene 2, from the 1871 Cairo première
These 48.5 restorations from 2015 make up 0.722% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
Images I've found for Wikipedia, which were featured, but which didn't need much or any work beyond finding them.
These 81.5 restorations from 2014 make up 1.213% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
These 65 restorations from 2013 make up 0.968% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
This list is not at all complete, but gives a sampling (111 images; 1.652% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia) of my pre-2013 Featured picture work.
Faces of Progress
A project, in the wake of the 2016 American election, to restore one progressive activist's photograph from at least each state of the continental United States (I have some doubts about how readily accessible images will be for Hawaii and Alaska).
- Alabama - Alva Belmont (File:Mrs. O.H.P. (Alva) Belmont (Cropped).jpg) and Rosa Parks (File:Rosa Parks being fingerprinted...) Done
- California - Alice Locke Park (File:Alice_Park_-_Records_of_the_National_Woman's_Party.jpg) Done
- Colorado - Dr. Caroline Spencer (File:Dr. Caroline Spencer 275029v.jpg) Done
- Connecticut - Lillian Ascough (File:Mrs. Lillian Ascough, chairman of the Connecticut branch of the Woman's Party.jpg) Done
- Delaware - Mabel Vernon (File:Mabel_Vernon,_c._1917,_by_Edmonston,_Washington,_D.C..jpg) Done
- Hawaii - Lili'uokalani (File:Liliuokalani, c. 1891.jpg) Done
- Indiana - Ida Husted Harper (File:Ida Husted Harper photograph by Aime Dupont.jpg) Done
- Iowa - Carrie Chapman Catt (File:Carrie_Chapman_Catt_-_National_Woman's_Party_Records.jpg) Done
- Kansas - Iris Calderhead (File:Iris Calderhead.jpg) Done
- Massachusetts - Louisa May Alcott (File:Louisa May Alcott, c. 1870 - Warren's Portraits, Boston.jpg) Done
- Montana Jeanette Pickering Rankin (File:Jeannette Rankin, Bain News Service, facing front.jpg) Done
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey Lillian Feickert (File:Lillian Feickert c. 1912.jpg) Done
- New Mexico
- New York Hester Jeffrey (File:Hester_Jeffrey.jpg) Done
- North Carolina - Harriet Jacobs (File:Harriet Jacobs carte de visite - Restoration.jpg) Done
- North Dakota
- Pennsylvania - Ida Tarbell (File:Ida M. Tarbell.jpg) Done
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Virginia - Pauline Adams (File:Mrs._Pauline_Adams_147002v.jpg) Done
- Washington - Emma Smith DeVoe (File:Emma Smith DeVoe by James & Bushnell.jpg) Done
- West Virginia
(List not complete by any means - I have 40% of all FSes, so I need to copy over a lot more =) )
(1898), performed circa 1976 by Alex Murray (flute) and Martha Goldstein (piano).
's Duo for violin and cello
, Op. 7, performed by the U.S. Army Strings.
wrote two sets of Études-Tableaux
in 1911 (Op. 33) and 1917 (Op. 39); this recording is one of the pieces in the second, Opus 39 set. Conceived as "picture pieces", meant to evoke a visual scene, Rachmaninoff nonetheless declined to identify which scene he had in mind for most of the pieces, saying, "I don't believe in the artist that discloses too much of his images. Let [the listener] paint for themselves what it most suggests." Performed by Karine Gilanyan for Musopen