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Samuel Palmer
The Weary Ploughman (or The Herdsman or Tardus Bubulcus)
1858 – 1865
Museum Purchase
1976/2.2
Portrait of a young man seated in a chair wearing a dark jacket, white shirt with high collar and neck tie with red stick pin; holding a book in his right hand.  Plain grayish-brown background; gold frame.
Ammi Phillips (American (North American))
Portrait of a young man holding a copy of Milton's work
1823
Gift of The Daniel and Harriet Fusfeld Folk Art Collection
2002/1.199
This sugar caster consists of an octagonal body topped by a domed lid. The body stands on a molded, octagonal base with alternating concave sides, a design carried through the rest of the body and the lid. The lid is pierced with geometric and floral patterns that alternate on each facet, and is surmounted by a rounded finial. The tall, slender proportions of the caster are counterbalanced by the horizontal moldings that decorate the base, body and lid. An unidentified coat of arms appears on the body of the caster.
Monogrammist CO
Sugar Caster (one of a pair)
1739
Museum Purchase
1966/2.5
Plaster sculpture of a standing male figure, his right hand resting upon a small column and his left hand holding the arm of a crouching African American female figure.
Randolph Rogers (American (North American))
Lincoln and the Emancipated Slave
1861 – 1871
Gift of Randolph Rogers
1885.3

Jean-Jacques Hauer (French (culture or style))
General Lafayette and Madame Roland Drawing a Plan for the Festival of the French Federation in 1791
1791
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.39

Ercole Ferrata
The Stoning of St. Emerenziana
17th century
Purchased from the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.84
Lady Eleanor Dundas is shown half length, seated in front of a brown background.  She looks towards the light source to the right of the painting.  She is dressed in a diaphanous black dress with an Empire cut and black veil.  A sheer lace collar frames her throat.  She has heavy lidded eyes and an alert or slightly mournful expression
Henry Raeburn
Lady Eleanor Dundas
1790 – 1800
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1955/1.83
Clothed reclining figure on a rock. Swirling mist on the left of the image blends into the deep blue background above the figure and to the right.
William Blake
Figure on Rock
1757 – 1827
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.210
A young man leans against a stone ledge and gazes to his right. He wears a slate blue jacket with a white collar and cuffs and has a matching mantle. He casually hooks a finger of his left hand in the hilt of a sword that hangs at his waist. A plain stone column immediately behind the sitter creates a near silhouette of the shadowed side of his face. A hazy sky fills the background.
Joshua Reynolds
Lord Charles Spencer (1740-1820), Second son of the Third Duke of Marlborough
1759
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2001/2.128
Landscape painting with white mountain peak in center background, body of water in foreground, and a Native American encampment to left.
John Stanley
Mount Hood from The Dalles
1871
Gift of Mrs. Edith Stanley Bayles and the late Mrs. Jane C. Stanley
1940.426
Six figures appear in a formal garden landscape. On the right a pair of men in powdered wigs stand behind two women, one seated in a wheelchair, before an elaborate portico. A pair of boys, also sporting wigs, stand on the left, partly screened by a fountain. One of the boys holds a shell and the other carries a parrot. A small pool extends through the middle ground behind the figures and draws attention to the setting and the distant obelisk visible above the trees.
Charles Philips
The Edwards Family on a Terrace
1732
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2000/2.3
Paper trimmed to image frame. Paper size: lh 16 9/10cm & rh 17cm x w 13 1/10cm.
Rembrandt van Rijn
Beggars Receiving Alms at Door of House
1648
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.392
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