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This drawing has a series of marks and small objects drawn into an amorphous shape of two spheres, one small, on the left and one larger, on the right. The print is signed and dated in pencil (u.l.) "EC 08".
Ernesto Caivano (American (North American))
Gift of Leonard Rosenberg
This drawing has a series of abstract marks and small shapes that form a kind of messy orb at the center of the page. The print is signed and dated (u.l.) "EC 08" in pencil.
Ernesto Caivano (American (North American))
Gift of Leonard Rosenberg
This abstract multi-color design shows a large red, bean-shaped circle filled in with yellow. A black swoosh encircles its waist and a green oval rests above it almost like a parasol. 
Joan Miró (Spanish (culture or style))
Peintures murales
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke
This print shows a figure with a blue body, black head, blue arms, and one black leg and foot and one orange leg and foot in a boneless depiction which resembles the style of a child. There is an orange circle to the right of the figure. A black rectangular outline surrounds the figure and the circle.
Joan Miró (Spanish (culture or style))
1943 – 1953
Given by their family in memory of Clement A. and Margaret Earhart Smith
Creating a border, there is a large blue cylinder and a smaller yellow circle, with red border toward the middle right of the work. The last color object is a small green dot above the red-yellow circle. Throughout the work, there are black dots and markings. Creating a kind of pitchfork, there is a large black line drawing that follows three of the sides of the blue border. At the top, there is a simple starburst design in black (under the blue). In the bottom left, there is a small line drawing, resembling a bird. At the top of the print, there seems to be a residual hand print of the artist in black.
Joan Miró (Spanish (culture or style))
Le Prophète
Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara K. Adelson
This etching with aquatint contains a tight group of three women and two obscured figures. The woman to the far right kneels and holds a cup, the woman in the middle lies down with her eyes closed, and the woman to the far left looks up at the cup.
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes
De que sirve una taza (What is the use of a cup?)
Gift of Clan Crawford, Jr.
This bright, abstract print includes a red ring in the upper right corner which overlaps a larger yellow ring.  There are splotches of light green and black dots. Black and pink intersecting lines are layered over the rings. 
Joan Miró (Spanish (culture or style))
Cercle Rouge
1948 – 1983
Gift of J. Frederick Hoffman
Waves of bright red, subdued yellow, and dark red appear to bend in a three dimensional perspective. Thin dark lines bend across the shapes to add to the illusion of dimensionality.
Angel Duarte (Spanish (culture or style))
SE 10
1957 – 1973
Museum Purchase
Centered on the page in this print are two figures, facing opposite directions. They are both wearing similar garments in different colors: pants, short-sleeved shirts, and capes. The figure on the right has orange pants with blue and red stripes, red shoes, orange shirt with white trim and a blue cape with red trim. On the left, the figure wears white pants with red and blue stripes, orange shoes, a small red and white apron, a orange shirt with a black cape trimmed in white and blue. Both hold tulip-shaped objects in one hand that are black, trimmed in blue. Each wear an elaborate headdress: white at the base with a large fan coming from it with geometric shapes on the interior. The figure on the left has a blue fan on his headdress with three orange circles and one star, outlined in blue, and one black rectangle at the front of the headdress. On the right, the figure's headdress is red on a white base with three ciricles, black at the center, then red and then orange around it. Each headdress fan seems to
Carlos Mérida (Guatemalan)
Danza de la Pluma
1937 – 1939
Museum Purchase
This is an abstract design with a green half-circle at the top and a blue one at the bottom, connected by a diagonal line. Between and around these are a large red squiggle, some dots and a large asterisk. 
Joan Miró (Spanish (culture or style))
XVI Bague d'Aurore
1952 – 1983
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
A man sits on a wooden bench, which is angled slightly towards the back left of the composition. He looks off to the side while singing and accompanying himself on an acoustic guitar, with his left foot raised to support the instrument. He wears a costume consisting of a black hat with a white scarf tied around his head underneath, a black jacket over a white shirt, light-colored trousers and simple lace-up shoes. In the lower left corner of the image there is a still-life of a dark-colored jug and several onions, while a smoking cigar lays discarded on the floor underneath the singer's raised foot. The image utilizes strong contrasts of light and shadow.<br />
Manet signed his name ("éd. Manet") in the image's uppper right corner inside a light oval achieved through stopping-out. The printer ("Delâtre, Paris") is named in etched script in the lower right corner of the image. 
Édouard Manet (French (culture or style))
Le Chanteur Espinol ou le Guittarrero
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
In this strongly vertical composition, a street crowded with groups of people and individuals—all rendered in silhouette and casting long shadows—recedes into space, seen from above. The street is lined with two- and, at most, four-story buildings on both sides. A hilly landscape rises behind the buildings, and a stormy-looking sky occupies the top portion of the image. In the right foreground, a woman is seen from the back as she stands on a small balcony looking down the street at a procession underway. The procession follows a banner depicting a saint, and proceeds towards the viewer. Some of the people in the street wear pointed hoods over their heads.<br />
The image is covered with diagonal slash marks. The print shows incredibly rich textural effects as a result of intense drypoint scraping, extensive biting in the darkest areas, and printing on very thick wove paper. <br />
Signed in the plate, l.l., recto, "Bone / 19[?]5"
Sir Muirhead Bone (British (modern))
A Spanish Good Friday
Gift of Dr. Thomas DeKornfeld