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Rigoletto set design (in progress)
Ethel Smyth (In progress, needs a lot of work, ≈80% done)
Robert Smalls (In progress, needs a lot of work, ≈25% done)
Allah jang Palsoe, first act set
William Belknap (in progress)
Petya Dubarova (in progress)
Ida Husted Harper (in progress)
These 1 restorations from the first 10 months of 2017 make up 0.016% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia. 2017 started with a long Wikibreak, so my goal for the year is .5%, which currently requires 30.87 restorations. I am currently falling behind this goal, with a projected 0.018% for the year. (Everything in this paragraph is automatically updated.)
These 72.75 restorations from 2016 make up 1.178% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
3. 'Your King & Country Need You'/'A Wee "Scrap of Paper" is Britain's Bond' by Lawson Wood
11. Thelonious Monk
15. Jackie Robinson
16. Billy Strayhorn
17. Shirley Chisholm
18. Al Grey
19. Cardiss Collins
20. Barbara Jordan
26. Sgt. Major Christian Fleetwood
27. Teresa Carreño
28. Adolphe-Louis-Joseph Alizard in Jérusalem
31. William Birney
33. Rootabaga Stories frontispiece
35. Nogi Maresuke
38. Chien-Shiung Wu
39. Dorothea Lange's "Broke, baby sick, and car trouble!"
41. Bessie Smith
42. Ivor Novello
46. Alice Paul
49¾. Carol Greider
50. Eugene F. Kranz
54. Cynthia Woodhead
55. Bertha Lutz
57. Virginia Woolf
60. Abbey Lincoln
68. Aida, Act I, Scene 2, from the 1871 Cairo première
69. Michael Ancher
Lancashire in 1610
These 48.5 restorations from 2015 make up 0.786% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
3: Alex Schomburg illustration
7: British gunners loading a shrapnel shell.
8: Parody of the chaos surrounding Anna Gould's divorce.
9: Eugen Sandow
10: Jay Gould
13: Jane Addams
16: Giovanna d'Arco
17: Les Troyens
18: Les Troyens Part I: La Prise de Troie
19: Les Troyens Part II: Les Troyens à Carthage
20: Carl Nielsen
21: La traviata
22: Offenbach's Robinson Crusoé
24: Funeral of Alfonso XII of Spain
27: The Golden Spike
28: My Man Jeeves
29: William Tell Told Again cover
30: Set design for Act IV, Scene 2 of Aida created for the 1880 Paris production.
34: La favorite
36: Ambroise Thomas
38: Don Carlo
39: Hudson's Soap advert (Front)
Policemen at a urinal Hudson's Soap advert (Back)
41: Albert Reiss
43: Simon Boccanegra
44: Les contes d'Hoffmann, prologue
45: Les contes d'Hoffmann, Olympia act
46: Les contes d'Hoffmann, Giulietta act
46.5: Additional work on a Ringling Brothers Circus poster.
48: Pierre Gaveaux
Images I've found for Wikipedia, which were featured, but which didn't need much or any work beyond finding them.
1895 Otello set design.
These 81.5 restorations from 2014 make up 1.32% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
1 (with Crisco 1492)
19 (with Crisco 1492)
67½ - Fixed a lens flare on the painting; Photograph by David Iliff
These 65 restorations from 2013 make up 1.053% of all featured pictures on English Wikipedia.
42 (With Crisco 1492)
This list is not at all complete, but gives a sampling (111 images) of my pre-2013 Featured picture work.
Original by Myriam Thyes, with mild editing by me.
With NuclearWarfare and others
My first self-taken photograph FP. (edited by Greg A L)
See also this link
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).
(List not complete by any means - I have 40% of all FSes, so I need to copy over a lot more =) )
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Just nominated the current lead for deletion as copyvio, so I'd better plan a replacement....
[www.loc.gov] Fantastic photograph of the Lusitania.