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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French (culture or style))
Dance in the Country (La danse á la Campagne)
1885 – 1895
Museum Purchase
1959/1.102

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Netsuke of dancing islander with ball
1775 – 1825
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.19
This is a bronze sculpture that has a series of abstract forms weaving together on a dark stone base.
Bill Barrett (American (North American))
Dancing Couple
1985
Gift of Susan Appel in memory of Dr. Herbert N. Appel ('60)
2015/2.154
A photograph of a man and woman kissing; the man's head turned from the camera. The woman holds a tambourine in her hand and wears a flower crown. In the background, a man looks toward the camera.
Mel DiGiacomo
Untitled
1996 – 2006
Gift from the Collection of David S. Rosen MD, MPH
2014/2.180
Seven figures wearing brightly colored clothes dance together in a room.
Elizabeth Olds (American (North American))
Harlem Dancers
1939
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.100
At the top of the staff, a male figure and female figure peer from a cascade of cowries, brass beads, iron fragments, and seeds. Some cowries are stained with indigo dye. The lower bodies of the figures are concealed by the shell strands above. Their elongated hairstyles extend the overall verticality of the piece. The figures' faces appear to be identical.
Yoruba (Yoruba (culture or style))
Esu-Elegbara Dance Staff
1900 – 1975
Gift of Dr. Daniel and Sandra Mato
2003/2.26
A woman looks anxiously to her left while clutching the strings of her tall, orange hat (<em>eboshi</em>). She wears a multi-layered robe; the colorful cherry-blossom pattern on the dark outer robe is repeated in monochrome colors in the layers beneath.  Cherry blossoms frame the inscriptions on a solid blue background.<br /><br />
Inscriptions: Bun, Sasamata (Publisher's seal); saru 3 aratame (Censor's seal); Shirabyōshi Sakuragi; Toyokuni ga (Signature)
Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (Japanese (culture or style))
Dōjō Temple (Dōjōji): Onoe Kikugorō IV as Shirabyōshi Dancer Sakuragi
1860
Gift of Mrs. Caroline I. Plumer for the James Marshall Plumer Collection
1980/2.210
Gray silk crepe (repp weave) shot through with metallic threads, with silk and metallic thread embroidered design of figures doing the suzume odori (crow dance) in the rain (suzume odori).  Lining is plain weave silk, white above and gray below.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Formal gray crested kimono with embroidered designs of suzume odori figures dancing in the rain
1970 – 1980
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2005/1.382
The image depicts figures beneath three disco balls in three different horizontal compartments; one red, another yellow, and the third blue. 
Laurie Simmons (American (North American))
Party Picture
1985
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.58
A crowd of figures dances and drinks outside of an establishment with the words "Echate La Otra" across the top of the entrance. Figures outside the restaurant are wearing patterned tunics, tall socks and shoes, and tall conical hats with plumes of feathers. The figures inside the establishment are wearing sombreros.
José Clemente Orozco (Mexican)
Pulqueria
1927 – 1935
Gift of Mina L. Winslow
1954/1.161
Photograph of a woman and man dancing in a nightclub, amidst a crowd of men dressed in tuxedos.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
Women are Beautiful
1964 – 1974
Museum Purchase
1976/2.15
This print shows two figures dancing in front of three musicians by the water with a moon in the sky and reflected in the water. A far away seaside fort is visible in the upper left corner.&nbsp;
Miguel Covarrubias (Mexican)
Afro-Cuban Dancers and Percussionists
1920 – 1940
Museum Purchase
1953/2.45
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