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Children outside playing, a girl in front is wearing a clown costume and has a painted face.
Artist Unknown
Untitled
20th century
Gift from the Collection of David S. Rosen MD, MPH
2014/2.168

Jean Lurçat (French (culture or style))
L'arlequin et la jardiniere
1892 – 1966
Bequest of Florence L. Stol
1968/1.92

Jean Lurçat (French (culture or style))
L'arlequin
1892 – 1966
Bequest of Florence L. Stol
1968/1.91
A porcelain inkwell in the shape of a clown. The clown is sitting with his arms around his legs.  He is wearing a green costume with a light purple ruff, trimmed in black.
Artist Unknown
Harlequin Inkwell with porcelain clown, "D&P" 5406
1875 – 1975
Gift in loving memory of Donald Maxwell Robiner from his family
2010/1.275

Francisco del Campo
Performing Dogs at the Circus
1820 – 1897
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.101

Andrée Ruellan (American (North American))
Circus Talk
20th century
Museum Purchase
1951/1.28

Augustus Peck (American (North American))
Jo
1937
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.104
The majority of this print is blank, except for a series of photos and patterns on the center-left. There are three main sections. At the top are a series of horizontal bands; some are just lines in maroon, pink, red, green and yellow, and one large band has a red checker-board pattern on a maroon background. Below, there are two photographs: each one shows a different group of performers in costume lined up on display.
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (British (modern))
New Semester Reward of the Oppressed
1965 – 1970
Gift of Professor Diane M. Kirkpatrick
2000/2.14.17

Marc Chagall (Belorussian (culture or style))
Musical Clown
1957
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.248

Russell Limbach (American (North American))
Balance
1930 – 1940
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.80
The largest and most central image is of a man wearing a beret, neck tie, and smock. He is turned slightly to his right, and writes with a quill using his left hand while holding a smoking cigarette in his right. He looks up at the viewer. Most of his clothes and his writing surface are only suggested by broad areas of aquatint and stopped-out blank spaces. Behind him and much smaller, are images of, clockwise from left: two clowns, two women, and a ship. The left and bottom of the sheet are left blank.
Édouard Manet (French (culture or style))
Théodore de Banville tourné à gauche (Second plate)
1874
Museum Purchase
1953/2.27
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