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Nakayama Tadashi
Furuto o fuku shojo (Girl Playing the Flute)
1982
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.42

Nakayama Tadashi
Furuto o fuko shojo (Girl and Flute)
1973
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.27
Standing on top of a lotus flower, the Hindu God Krishna is showing playing the flute to charm his gopis (female companions/ milkmaids). These gopis stand by lovingly, two of them waving fly whisks above their heads. In the foreground and in the bottom register of the image are shown two cows looking adoringly towards Krishna. The setting is a vast open field.
Artist Unknown, India, Rajasthan, Mewar School
Krishna Fluting
1695 – 1705
Gift of Mr. George P. Bickford for the James Marshall Plumer Memorial Collection
1964/2.120

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Pottery snuff bottle with image of a man playing a flute
1825 – 1900
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
1980/2.127

Bwa;Mossi;Burkina Faso (Mossi)
Whistle/Flute
1900 – 1985
Gift of Dr. Harold Lockett.
1985/1.144

Mossi;Bwa;Burkina Faso (Mossi)
Flute
1900 – 1985
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1985/1.152

Richard Wilt (American (North American))
The Flutist
1969
Gift of Sarah, Otto and Erich Graf.
1976/2.151
This silver candlestick, one of a pair, is in the shape of a fluted column topped by a composite capital composed of a double row of acanthus leaves and four volutes at the corners. The column rests upon a stepped base made of four squares of diminishing size, the first and fourth of which are marked with a pattern of strigillations.
John Carter
Candlestick (one of a pair)
1770 – 1771
Gift of Raymond C. Smith
1968/1.48

Suzuki Harunobu
Komuso (Strolling Flute Player)
1745 – 1770
Museum Purchase
1960/1.139
This silver candlestick, one of a pair, is in the shape of a fluted column topped by a composite capital composed of a double row of acanthus leaves and four volutes at the corners. The column rests upon a stepped base made of four squares of diminishing size, the first and fourth of which are marked with a pattern of strigillations.
John Carter
Candlestick (one of a pair)
1770 – 1771
Gift of Raymond C. Smith
1968/1.49

Hosoda Eishi
Treasure Boat
1767 – 1799
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.111

Augustus John (British (modern))
Strolling Musicians
1921
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1959/1.135
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