12 UMMA Objects
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Minnie Black
Yellow Critter
1960 – 1996
Gift of The Daniel and Harriet Fusfeld Folk Art Collection
2002/1.217
This poster has two bands of text, one at the top and another at the bottom, with an image of a colorful sculpture at the center. On an orange band at the top, the text reads "RODNEY ALAN GREENBLAT THE NEW WORLD FEBRUARY28-MARCH24"; and, on a light blue band at the bottom, the text reads "GRACIE MANSION GALLERY NEW YORK CITY 167 AVENUE A 212 477 7331." 
Rodney Alan Greenblat (American (North American))
Poster for "The New World" Exhibition
1985
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.81

William Moore;Christian Burchard
Cradles in the Sea
2002
Gift of Robert M. and Lillian Montalto Bohlen
2003/2.82

Claude Gillot
Amorini and Monkeys in a Trellis Work Pavilion
18th century
Gift of The Henfield Foundation
1961/1.171
Twenty-four color photographs mounted in two-part artist's frame with a ninety-degree bend.
John Waters
Zapruder
1995
Gift of Stephen and Sandra Abramson
2008/2.214

William Rimmer
Closing Scene from King Lear (?)
1867 – 1868
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.82

Graham Sutherland (British (modern))
Study for 'Three Standing Forms in a Garden'
1951
Museum Purchase
1952/2.21
In the foreground of this pastel print, a woman wearing a formal gown holds up her dress as a man in breeches, bends in front of her to help her try on a heeled shoe. There are two women behind her in matching gowns. The women trying on the shoe is quite content, the others all seem to be scowling. 
Jules Pascin (American (North American))
The Glass Slipper
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.418
Two women in draped clothing admire themselves in a mirror. A woman in the background irons clothes on an ironing board.
Jules Pascin (American (North American))
Preparation for the Ball
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.416
This is a picture of a girl with shoulder-length hair and bangs, and round features. She wears a loose light-colored garment that hangs off her shoulders. She is barefoot and is squatting with her elbows resting on her legs. 
Jules Pascin (American (North American))
Cinderella by the Fire
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.415
A horse-drawn carriage with several attendants is perched on a vertiginously slanted hill. A few coachmen stand nearby, most of whom wear top hats. One man helps a woman in a gown get out of the carriage.
Jules Pascin (American (North American))
The Pumpkin Coach
1930
Museum Purchase
1948/1.417

Carlos Lopez
Proof No. 2
1908 – 1953
Bequest of Jean Paul Slusser
1983/2.26
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