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An inkwell made with porcelain has a trianglar shape body and hat-shape lid on top, there is a feather sticking on the hat-shape lid.
Artist Unknown
Woman with Hat and Flowered Pin Inkwell, French porcelain
1875 – 1975
Gift in loving memory of Donald Maxwell Robiner from his family
A seated Indian Man with his arm across his lap, single feather in his hair. He is holding a spear that is leaning to the side. Colors of browns, blues, ochres and whites.
Andy Warhol (American (North American))
Cowboys and Indians (Sitting Bull)
Gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
In this painting, done in broad brush strokes, the figures of two women fill the composition. The woman on the right is seated in profile and the other, standing behind her, gazes out into the distance. They both wear shawls which make their bodies monolithic forms. A strong outline appears, especially around their heads, because they are set againist a plain white wall. There is also a strong color contrast between the dark black shawl worn by the standing woman and light pink shawl of the seated one. An amulet made of bone and feathers hangs on the wall in the upper right corner of the painting.
Victor Higgins (American (North American))
Oka and Walmacho
Gift of Albert M. Todd
This photograph depicts a window of a house with the photographer’s reflection cast in it. Also visible in the reflection are the white picket fence and trees behind the photographer, as well as objects inside the interior of the house.
Wynn Bullock (American (North American))
Gift of The 831 Photographic Gallery
Durga sits with her legs in a half lotus position, crossed in front of her, but not interlaced.  She has a narrow waist and rounded pointy breasts with broad shoulders.  Her front two hands hold a rosary (also in a reassuring gesture) and a pot. Her other hands fan out around her. Reading clockwise, she carries a wide assortment of weapons, an arrow, sword, feather, club, discus, trident and [?] on her right and conch, bell, noose, trident, club?, shield, bow and a kapala (skull cup).  She has large open eyes and a full mouth and nose.  She wears jewelry including necklaces and shoulder loops, armlets, bracelets and large floral earrings.  Her crown rest atop her head, but there are wing-like elements that fan out behind her ears.  She sits on a squared base with stylized lotus petals over simpler moldings. <br />
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Durga, seated, with sixteen arms
18th century
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Leo S. Figiel and Dr. and Mrs. Steven J. Figiel
This print depicts three black forms, in the shape of feathered wings, over a cream background with gray block lettering. The tips of the feathers have active brush strokes that give the appearance that they are moving in a circular, clockwise direction in the center of the print.
Gary Simmons
Tri Wing Spin
Gift of Robert and Janet Miller
A black and white photograph of sea shells and a feather on a wooden table.
Ralph Gibson (American (North American))
Untitled, Still Life
Gift of Michael Siminoff
This bright, busy assemblage resembles Mexican folk art. Some elements within it are irridescent glass marbles, shards of glass, three owl figurines, a blue feather, part of a white china plate with a floral design, pieces of brightly colored Mexican terracotta pottery, and a broken W. Goebel "Barnyard Hero" figurine of a boy and duck. All are attached to a blue wooden board.
George Vargas
Children's Garden
Gift of the artist