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Paper previously folded (approx. 2cm) at top, now flattened. Puncture hole at top center on fold line. Paper size: lh 21cm & rh 21 3/10cm x tw 27 4/5cm & bw 27 7/10cm. Plate size: lh 16 4/5cm & rh 16 9/10cm x tw 23 3/5cm & bw 23 1/2cm. Image size: h 13 1/2cm x w 21 1/2cm.
Charles François Daubigny (French (culture or style))
Claire de lune a Vilmondis
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.447
A cow skull on parched and cracked ground.
Arthur Rothstein (American (North American))
Cattle skull, Badlands, South Dakota
1936
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2016/2.434
In an ominous landscape a crowd of nude men, women and children, their bodies silhouetted against the descending gloom, struggle frantically to escape rising floodwaters. The figures gesture wildly and strenuously twist their long athletic bodies into a seemingly infinite variety of contortions as they clamber up the last hilltops and trees. A city stands on a hill and appears through the trees in the background.
Dutch
The Flood
1585 – 1595
Gift of Peter B. Frantz, (Arch., 1949), and Family, in Honor and to the Memory of Jane Caroline Mahon Stanley (1863-1941), Our Beloved Grandmother, Artist, Teacher, Mentor and Friend
1985/2.70
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
This engraving is horizontally oriented. The length of a cow (with its head to the left and its tail to the right) is the focal point, taking up about a third of the image. At the cow’s head on the left, a barefooted man with a hat leans on a pole and rests his arm on a tree trunk. Behind the man is another cow with horns and he is standing in front of a building. The ground is rocky and a fence made of thin tree trunks runs along the background. At the cow’s tail on the right, is a peasant woman with bare feet. Her head is covered with a cloth and she labors to carry a heavy wooden milk bucket. Several trees and another cow are behind her. A small plaque on the ground in the foreground contains an inscription.<br />
Lucas Van Leyden
The Milkmaid
1510
Museum Purchase
1961/1.160
The upper half of the picture is the sky, Corot's signature mark in the upper right corner.  There are two trees with little foliage extending from the lower left corner up to the top of the image.  To the right of those trees is the boat with a hunched figure sitting on the left side. A cow is on the other side of the boat, facing the right side of the image. There are trees with a lot of foliage in the center of the right half of the image just above the cow. There is grass all along the bottom edge of the image.
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
Ville d'Avray: Boatman's Pond (Evening) [Ville d'Avray: L'Etang du Batelier (Effet du Soir)]
1862
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
1949/1.86
A bovine carcass lies on the ground. A man in overalls and a wide-brimmed hat stands behind it, facing the viewer and gesturing towards the deceased animal.
Bernard Steffen (American (North American))
Starvation
1939
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.131
This painting features a landscape consisting of a grassy meadow with leafy green trees, accompanied by a blue sky punctuated by clouds.  Wooded areas surround the verdant clearing where two women, one standing and the other sitting, are located.  Across from the figures, to their right, is a brown cow.  The recto of the painting is signed "Corot" on the lower left.
Untitled (Landscape)
19th century
Bequest from the Estate and Trust of Elise Reeder Olton
2014/1.612
The low horizon used in this landscape painting creates a sense of expansive sky and flat terrain, which is divided equally between river and land. Figures and animals engage in variety of activities on the riverbank and in boats, including fishing and ferrying cargo and animals. Silhouetted against the vast sky stands a fortress on a spur of land with an orange flag flying from its tower. The opposite bank is visible in the distance as a dark broken line across the shining stretch of water.
Salomon van Ruysdael
View of the Fortifications at Gennep on the Maas River
1665
Museum purchase in honor of Charles H. Sawyer made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2000/2.2
Painting on cloth in an array of colors that depicts a religious scene.  There are assorted animals such as monkeys and cows with red hand prints on them.  <br />There is a river at the fore of the painting with flowers and lily pads in it.  The painting has a colorful floral border.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Picchvai
1700 – 1850
Gift from the collection of Robert B. Jacobs
2008/2.288
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
Canvas size: h 50 3/5cm x tw 76 1/5cm &amp; bw 76 1/2cm.
Carl Weber
Landscape
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.370
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