150 UMMA Objects
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Richard Josey
Portrait of Carlyle
1840 – 1906
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
This black and white print shows an outdoor scene with lush leafy trees, open sky and mountains in the far distance. Two figures are walking along a wooded path in the foreground- one is a man with wings wearing robed garments and the other a younger man carrying a single large fish. There is a city shown in the middle distance through the trees and a pasture scene depicted on the right.
Hendrik Goudt
Tobias with the Angel Dragging the Fish (The Large Tobias)
Museum Purchase

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
960 – 1279
The Oliver J. Todd Memorial Collection

Angela Straeter
Spade Fish
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
Bungalow and junk sits on the edge of the beach. A lighthouse and buildings are situated farther back.<br /><br />
Eva Caston 2017
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Fish Beach and Lighthouse
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
A thin porcelain conical bowl with a direct rim on a footring.  The interior has incised double fish decorations and six linear divisions around the walls.  It is covered in a white glaze with a bluish tinge, and an unglazed rim.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
12th century
Gift of Willard A. and Marybelle Bouchard Hanna
A drawing of a boat resting against a wooden shed and garden.<br /><br />
Eva Caston 2017
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Capt. Frank Pierce's Skiff
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
The print depicts a fisherman standing on a seaside cliff perfoming loneline fishing. There are great waves below him striking the cliff and there is a mountain in the background. The print mainly applies the color of white and shades of blue. The artist inscribed the title of the work along with his signature on the upper left-hand corner.
Katsushika Hokusai
A Solitary Fisherman at Kajikasawa, Kai Province (Kajikasawa, Kai)
1823 – 1829
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
A fish-house emerges from the right side, occupying about three quarters of the print. An open door allows the viewer to see gear hanging from the roof of the interior of the house, a small boat sits in the foreground, a half barrel seems to hang from the exterior wall on the lower right corner and a table, perhaps for fish cleaning, abuts the left edge of the fish house.
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Wincapaw's Fish-house
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
A river cuts through the middle of the composition, leading under a bridge in the background to the rising skyline of a city, with a church spire rising most prominently. In the left foreground, two men prepare to fish; in the right foreground, several boats are about to collide.
Joseph Mallord William Turner (British (modern))
Bedford, Bedfordshire
1829 – 1830
A circular sea foam green and white jadeite snuff bottle with fish and waves incised on the surface. The snuff bottle stopper is shaped like a fish and the snuff bottle is sitting on an incised wooden stand.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Jadeite snuff bottle
1875 – 1925
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan

Jack Markow
Fishing Shacks
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects