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The work is a color photograph of three models framed by mauve curtains. The models form a pyramidal shape, with one model crouching in the foreground, two standing behind her leaning inward. At the top of the composition a small pink rose is pinned to the wall.
Guy Bourdin (French (culture or style))
Untitled
1976
Anonymous Gift: New York
1989/1.74.11
A dark pen drawing with white highlights on a white colored background. It shows a nude female figure seated on a swing. The setting is a wooded area with vegetation and leaves depicted with multiple short strokes that cover the entire area around the figure. The woman is posed facing the viewer with her legs intertwined and her arms above her head, grasping th ropes of the swing. She is gazing out to the left, beyond the viewer and has a joyful expression on her face.
Henri Fantin-Latour
Sara la Baigneuse
1884
Museum Purchase
1962/1.115
A photograph of a nude man sitting on a bed, his back turned toward the viewer. Cloth drapes over the end of the bed, curtains drape over the walls, and a battle helmet sits at his feet. 
McDermott & McGough (American (North American))
Valpinçon Bather
1988 – 1994
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1995/2.6
This photograph depicts a woman standing and holding a glass in an interior space.
Helmut Newton (Australian)
Chez Karl Lagerfeld
1974
Gift of Gerald and Selma Lotenberg
1984/1.277.5
This is an uncut sheet of cartes-de-visites. Eight frames with varying poses and props show the Prince and Princess of Schönburg-Waldenburg with their young son.
André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri (French (culture or style))
Prince and Princess of Schönburg-Waldenburg
1861
Gift of Harry H. Lunn, Jr.
1997/2.4
This work is a color photograph of an indoor tableau, with mauve curtains framing a blank wall. To the left, a model leans against the wall in a navy gown. Left of center, another model in a floral dress leans against a floral chair, throwing her head back, hair billowing behind her. A third model in a long mauve gown stands to the right, arms crossed, looking vacantly to the left.
Guy Bourdin (French (culture or style))
Untitled
1976
Anonymous Gift: New York
1989/1.74.2

Jessie Willcox Smith
Have You a Red Cross Service Flag?
1918
Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons
1954/2.35.88
A woman draped in diaphanous drapery sits on a couch facing the viewer. The arm of the couch is visible at the left of the image and the woman glances down towards her knees. To the right is a flower-like form that is the artist's "butterfly" signature.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
The Draped Figure Seated
1893
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.441
Lithograph printed in red (sanguine) of a nude female figure seen from behind standing in contrapposto pose and printed on paper (Montval) that was specifically made for Maillol. The figure is not see full-length as the legs are not indicated below the thigh.
Aristide Maillol (French (culture or style))
Draped woman viewed from behind (Femme de dos drapée)
1919 – 1929
Gift of Mr. Jean Paul Slusser
1975/1.79
The circular room’s ceiling is painted with a sky motif populated by cupids; the room also features ornamental mouldings above four windows that depict musical instruments, and busts on pedastals are placed between the windows. A large number of well-dressed men and women sit while a group of musicians in the center of the room perform on a piano, flutes, cellos, a harp, and other stringed instruments. The print is framed by an ornamental border, and a stretch of tasseled fabric below the scene contains a title and a coat of arms.<br /><br /><u>Marks/Inscriptions:</u><br />
In plate, l.c.: Le Concert / A Madame La Comtesse de Saint Brisson; and l.r.: Par son très humble et très obéissant / Serviteur Duclos In plate, in lower margin, l.l.: Dessiné par Aug. de St. Aubin. Graveur du Roi; abd l.c.: A Paris chés Chereau Graveur rue St. Jacques près les Mathurins / Avec Privilége du Roi; and, l.r.: Gravé par A.J. Duclos<br /><br />
Collector's mark on verso: DB.W enclosed in a rectangle. (Copied onto sheet in objec
The Concert
1773
Museum Purchase
1956/1.53
A female figure, dressed in diaphanous green drapery with a purple and green cap over her curly blond hair, holds a fan as she reclines on a cloth-covered couch. Her left leg is up on the couch while her right leg and arm drape over the front of the couch; a patterned pillow seen near her left leg mirrors the colors on the fan. The wall behind them also appears to be draped with fabric. On the wall to the right is a flower-like symbol that is the artist&#39;s &quot;butterfly&quot; signature
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
Draped Figure Reclining
1893 – 1894
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.468
A seated woman holds a baby, who reaches out toward a tray of grapes offered by a standing toddler.  The figures are situated under a curtain of drapery.
Raphael Sadeler I (Flemish (culture or style))
Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist
1591 – 1622
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2012/2.208
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