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Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Model of goat
19th century
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.101
Gold-weight in the shape of a crocodile.
Akan (Akan (culture or style))
Goldweight in the shape of a crocodile
1900 – 1985
Gift of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis
1997/1.508
A nun stitching a hole in linens, with figures of saints looking down from the tabletop.
Ilse Bing (American (North American))
Nun Mending
1935
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Agah, Class of 1989 (BBA)
2012/2.46
Elaborately carved staff with angular forms along the shaft and topped with a figurine with a rounded head, heart-shaped face and two stylized arms resting on the stomach.  A large Z-shaped handle is carved in the middle of the shaft, with a series of cubes and conical forms above and beneath it.
Ngbaka (Ngbaka)
Staff
1930 – 1970
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.36
A photograph of two tin figures in a shallow plane, set against a black backdrop. They are surrounded by trees made of the same material. On the left, a woman holds a lantern, interacting with the other female figure on the right.
David Levinthal (American (North American))
Planning the Escape
1999 – 2000
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/2.11.4
A photograph of three tin figures in a shallow plane, set against a black backdrop. The man on the left stands behind a podium, facing the man in the middle, who is chained. The man on the right holds a whip. 
David Levinthal (American (North American))
The Slave Market
1999 – 2000
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/2.11.7
A wooden doll of three tiers made up of a head and body with no arms, legs or feet. Painted on the head is a face, hair, and headdress of yellow and different shades of red. The second and third tiers make up the body and have yellow, black, and red decorations.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Kokeshi Doll
1925 – 1975
Gift of Harold W. Stevenson, University of Michigan Professor Emeritus in Psychology
2021/1.134
A photograph of tin figures in a shallow plane, set against a black backdrop. A woman carries a child across a featureless landscape. 
David Levinthal (American (North American))
Crossing the River
1999 – 2000
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/2.11.2
A wooden doll of three tiers made up of a head and body with no arms, legs or feet. Painted on the head is a face, hair, and a yellow, black, and red headdress. The second and third tiers make up the body and have yellow, black, and red decorations.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Kokeshi Doll
1925 – 1975
Gift of Harold W. Stevenson, University of Michigan Professor Emeritus in Psychology
2021/1.138
A photograph of a tin figure in a shallow plane, set against a black backdrop. Large plants surround the male figure. He holds a large basket on his shoulder, above his head, carrying it and leaning forward, illustrating the burden of the large load.
David Levinthal (American (North American))
In the Cotton Field
1999 – 2000
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/2.11.5
A photograph of two tin figures in a shallow plane, set against a black backdrop, an architecural structure of the same material on the right of the composition. The woman on the left stands, while the woman on the left kneels, looking up at the woman on the right.
David Levinthal (American (North American))
Eva and Aunt Ophelia
1999 – 2000
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
2004/2.11.6

Dogon (Dogon (culture or style))
Female Ancestor Figure
1900 – 1971
Museum Purchase assisted by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1971/2.24
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