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This is a very small drawing of a sailboat in water with birds flying overhead. This drawing is on tan paper and would have been used as a place card at an event such as a dinner party.
John Koch (American (North American))
Place Card (one of eleven)
1918 – 1928
Gift of Augusta M. Dillman in memory of her husband, Theodore Dillman
1987/2.21
Abstract, planar representation of a bird resting on its back with its wings coming together just below its beak.
Henry Moore (British (modern))
Bird
1927 – 1949
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Marvin E. Klein
1981/2.85
This is a drawing of a sailboat in water with birds flying overhead. This drawing is on tan paper and would have been used as a place card, such as at a dinner party.
John Koch (American (North American))
Place Card (one of eleven)
1918 – 1928
Gift of Augusta M. Dillman in memory of her husband, Theodore Dillman
1987/2.22

John Koch (American (North American))
Place Cards (one of eleven)
1918 – 1928
Gift of Augusta M. Dillman in memory of her husband, Theodore Dillman
1987/2.23
This is a drawing of a landscape, drawn in black. There are mountains in the background and birds flying in the sky. There is a body of water in front of mountains, and a sailboat in the water. There is a patch of land on the left side of the card, with trees. This drawing is on tan paper and would have been used as a place card at an event such as a dinner party. 
John Koch (American (North American))
Place Card (one of eleven)
1918 – 1928
Gift of Augusta M. Dillman in memory of her husband, Theodore Dillman
1987/2.24
This print is an abstracted image of a bird-like face with large round eyes. It appears behind a series of empty white lines and spaces that makes it look like it is peering out of a broken window or mirror. The woodcut is summarily carved, leaving a lot of texture in the blue, green, brown, white, and pink patches of color surrounding the face. 
Adja Yunkers (American (North American))
The Birdlover
1952
Museum Purchase
1952/2.14
At the center of the etching are three or four amorphous figures in white and two shades of black, made in crosshatching. The figures are entwined and have animal and bird-like features. The background is crosshatched to the edges of the page. The print is signed (l.r.) "Max Ernst" and numbered (l.l.) "57/70" in pencil.
Max Ernst (German (culture or style))
Correspondances dangereuses
1947
Museum Purchase
1947/2.10

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
Two Penguins
1907 – 1917
Museum Purchase
1949/1.206
This print shows a close-up of the eyes of a human face with a bird perched on its head, both of which seem to be encased in a large, furry coat, hat, or tree.
Leonard Baskin (American (North American))
Merlin
1960
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Stone
1971/2.115
This woodblock print depicts a white bird between a black area on the left and top right and orange bottom right. There is something like a cross in the upper right corner and an eye. The name Jose Ortega appears in the top left and "Grabados en madera" (woodcuts) in the lower right. 
José Ortega (Spanish (culture or style))
No es verdad
1952 – 1953
1954/1.57A
This woodblock print depicts a standing man with his right hand over his chest and his left hand outstretched, holding a dead bird. A second man stands behind him but is eclipsed by the first except for a bit of his face and the gun he holds which protrudes toward the right. There is a live bird on the ground. The print is signed (l.c.) "9 Pepe Ortega" in pencil.
José Ortega (Spanish (culture or style))
Cazadores
circa 1952 – 1953
Museum Purchase
1954/1.65
This drawing is a series of sketches, organized loosely in three registers: seven boxes in three uneven rows. In the top row there are two are sketches of men from the shoulders up wearing loose-necked, casual sweaters or shirts. The man in the first box wears a black beret. The third box is a sketch of a landscape with a bird perched on a railing. In the second and third rows there are two boxes. In each row, on the left there is a sketch of a rooster in front of a landscape, and on the right there is a sketch of a man from the shoulders up. The man in the bottom row (row three) wears a flat-topped hat. 
Milton Avery (American (North American))
Sketches
1951
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
1997/1.112
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