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Left and right sides of print are seperated by an herm. The left side of the print is a darkened pseudo-interior, with light illimunating two female figures and dead lambs. The right side of the print is set in front of a barn(?) and features figures reacting to the body of a deceased woman in the foreground. BL 2/28/18
Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian (culture or style))
The Plague
1515 – 1516
Museum Purchase
1960/2.131

Eugène Boudin (French (culture or style))
Farmer with Cows (Le Berger et ses Vaches)
1824 – 1898
Gift of Gilbert M. Frimet
1983/2.229

Peter le Cave
Pastoral Landscape
1769 – 1806
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
1949/1.124

David Lucas
The Glebe Farm
1832
Museum Purchase
1953/1.73

Henry Lerolle
Un Coin de Pré aux Environs de Beuzeval
1878
Gift of Samuel P. Hayes
1973/1.781

Flemish (Flemish (culture or style))
The Rape of Europa
1567 – 1632
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1955/1.186

Constant Troyon
Cattle and Sheep
1850 – 1900
Gift of Mr. Jean A. Wetmore
1922.1
The piece portrays a central god, with many milkmaids surrounding him.  There are louts flowers present, as well as hills and buildings at the top of the painting.  There are also various incarnations of gods, which are the blue-skinned figures.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Picchvai
1700 – 1850
Gift from the collection of Robert B. Jacobs
2008/2.289

Emile van Marcke de Lummen
Pasture Grounds in Normandy
1847 – 1890
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.98

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Adoration of the Magi
1740 – 1750
Museum Purchase
1960/2.50

Waldo Peirce
Three Maine Holsteins
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. A.A. D'Amico
1970/1.180
This print is vertically oriented with gray markings.  A cream border surrounds it and it has “EVENING” written below it.  The lower half of the print has a pastoral scene with several adults and children by a stream at the bottom of the print.  Behind them, someone milks a cow.  The upper half shows the tops of buildings and rolling hills.  A sunset is taking place with dramatic clouds.<br />
William Hogarth
The Four Times of Day: Evening
1738
Museum Purchase
1971/2.58
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