We found: 8 types of embedded data.
Camera Raw<br />Settings
Camera Raw
Settings
Dublin Core
Dublin Core
EXIF
EXIF
Photoshop
Photoshop
TIFF
TIFF
VRA Core 4.0 Essential
VRA Core 4.0 Essential
XMP Base
XMP Base
XMP Media<br />Management
XMP Media
Management


Title 
Creator 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Subject 
Description 
Publisher 
Publisher 
Contributor 
Type 
Date 
Format 
Identifier 
Source 
Language 
Relation 
Coverage 
Rights 





Camera Raw Settings  
AlreadyAppliedTrue


Dublin Core  [ Edit This Data ]
Description[1]unknown (Netherlandish tapestry weaver); Unicorn in Captivity; Overall view of single tapestry; ca. 1495-1505 (creation); wool warp, wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts; 368 cm (height) x 251.5 cm (width); Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Cloisters (New York, New York, United States) 37.80.6, Gift of John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1937; partOf: The Hunt of the Unicorn
Formatimage/jpeg
Publisher[1]Core 4 Sample Records
Publisher[2]VRA Data Standards Committee
Subject[1]Animals
Subject[2]Flemish
Subject[3]Gardens
Subject[4]Mediaeval gardens
Subject[5]Medieval
Subject[6]Middle Ages
Subject[7]Mythical
Subject[8]Netherlandish
Subject[9]Unicorns
Subject[10]allegorical
Subject[11]animals
Subject[12]botanical studies
Subject[13]cycles or series
Subject[14]decorative arts
Subject[15]flowery mead
Subject[16]flowery mede
Subject[17]furnishings
Subject[18]literary or legendary
Subject[19]plants
Subject[20]tapestries
Subject[21]tapestry (process)
Subject[22]wall hangings
Title[1]Unicorn in Captivity


EXIF  
ColorSpace65535
ExifVersion0221
PixelXDimension250
PixelYDimension354


Photoshop  
CaptionWriterSusan Jane Williams
LegacyIPTCDigest06977963C1E61ECEE20B9911DE191198


TIFF  
BitsPerSample[1]8
BitsPerSample[2]8
BitsPerSample[3]8
ImageLength354
ImageWidth250
Orientation1
PhotometricInterpretation2
ResolutionUnit2
SamplesPerPixel3
XResolution6000000/10000
YResolution6000000/10000


VRA Core 4.0 Essential  
Image.sourceMetropolitan Museumof Art [website];http://www.metmuseum.org(accessed 5/30/2009)
Image.titleOverall view of single tapestry
Work.agentunknown (Netherlandish tapestry weaver)
Work.culturalContextNetherlandish; Flemish
Work.dateca. 1495-1505 (creation)
Work.descriptionThe Unicorn in Captivity may have been created as a single image rather than part of a series. In this instance, the unicorn probably represents the beloved tamed. He is tethered to a tree and constrained by a fence, but the chain is not secure and the fence is low enough to leap over: The unicorn could escape if he wished. Clearly, however, his confinement is a happy one, to which the ripe, seed-laden pomegranates in the tree--a medieval symbol of fertility and marriage--testify.
Work.locationRepositoryMetropolitan Museum of Art; The Cloisters (New York, New York, United States) 37.80.6, Gift of John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1937
Work.materialwool warp, wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts
Work.measurements368 cm (height) x 251.5 cm (width)
Work.relationpartOf: The Hunt of the Unicorn
Work.sourceMetropolitan Museum of Art [website]; http://www.metmuseum.org (accessed 5/30/2009)
Work.stylePeriodMedieval
Work.subjectallegorical; animals; cycles or series; decorative arts; literary or legendary; plants; Animals, Mythical; Gardens; Unicorns; botanical studies; flowery mead; flowery mede; Mediaeval gardens; Middle Ages
Work.techniquetapestry (process)
Work.titleUnicorn in Captivity
Work.worktypefurnishings; wall hangings; tapestries


XMP Base  
CreateDate2010-08-10T13:15:27-07:00
CreatorToolAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
MetadataDate2011-06-01T11:34:10-07:00
ModifyDate2010-10-27T14:26:30-07:00


XMP Media Management  
DocumentIDxmp.did:FFF31D8CAFA4DF119E90B8B30C86D6B6
History[1]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[1]/stEvt:changed/
History[1]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:FFF31D8CAFA4DF119E90B8B30C86D6B6
History[1]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[1]/stEvt:when2010-08-10T13:24:26-07:00
History[2]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[2]/stEvt:changed/
History[2]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:00F41D8CAFA4DF119E90B8B30C86D6B6
History[2]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[2]/stEvt:when2010-08-10T13:37:53-07:00
History[3]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[3]/stEvt:changed/
History[3]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:01F41D8CAFA4DF119E90B8B30C86D6B6
History[3]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[3]/stEvt:when2010-08-10T13:53:04-07:00
History[4]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[4]/stEvt:changed/
History[4]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:BA8886C47DA5DF11A580FD7B8175AA84
History[4]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[4]/stEvt:when2010-08-11T12:22:23-07:00
History[5]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[5]/stEvt:changed/
History[5]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:E136FFF748A9DF1186ACE5DF80A536A2
History[5]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
History[5]/stEvt:when2010-08-16T11:41:32-07:00
History[6]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[6]/stEvt:changed/
History[6]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:A8D41348F0AADF1187D8A1EB8C617C32
History[6]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[6]/stEvt:when2010-08-18T10:44:46-07:00
History[7]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[7]/stEvt:changed/
History[7]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:C1A1758AF6AADF1183ABEBBC58A7B579
History[7]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[7]/stEvt:when2010-08-18T13:14:08-07:00
History[8]/stEvt:actionsaved
History[8]/stEvt:changed/
History[8]/stEvt:instanceIDxmp.iid:6E8ED9AA0FE2DF119D04E4904A79F573
History[8]/stEvt:softwareAgentAdobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History[8]/stEvt:when2010-10-27T14:26:30-07:00
InstanceIDxmp.iid:6E8ED9AA0FE2DF119D04E4904A79F573
OriginalDocumentIDxmp.did:FFF31D8CAFA4DF119E90B8B30C86D6B6