7 UMMA Objects
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A conical stopper, topped by an anthropomorphic representation of a female head with elaborate coiffure. 
Luba (Luba (culture or style))
1895 – 1905
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
Iron staff with a circle of 14 small birds surrounding a large, central bird, which is topped by a smaller bird. 
Yoruba (Yoruba (culture or style))
Herbalist's Staff
1901 – 1950
Gift and partial purchase from the estate of Kurt Delbanco in honor of Nicholas Delbanco
In an interior space, a large group of men stand with their right arms out and their left elbows bent with their hands on their hips. They are all facing a man whose back is to the viewer. He is also holding his right arm out.
George Wesley Bellows (American (North American))
Business-Men's Class
Museum Purchase
Gold snuff bottle adorned with symbols of longevity and an old man with a staff. It has a brass collar and a coral stopper.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Snuff bottle adorned with symbols of longevity
1796 – 1850
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
Abstract sculpture in white with red on three ends, with a pattern of small raised bumps covering the entirity of the piece and creating a rough texture. The sculpture is formed with two ball shaped figures on top and two long curves on bottom.
Susan Crowell
Nociceptor-Heart Sutra
Gift of Ellen Wilt
Standing human figure with arms in front of the body and slightly bent knees. The head is round with minimal detail. There is a large crack through the center front of the figure. 
Standing Figure
1915 – 1925
Gift of Harold W. Geisel, U.S. Foreign Service
This is a woodblock print on paper of a collage of children enjoying various activites. The print is red, blue-gray, and pale yellow and has a floral border. The overall shape of the print resembles a circle but edges of the border cave in and out. The print shows groups of children engaged in various activies who are separated by pillars and floor levels. The print is divided into three levels: top, middle, and bottom. In the top level, a group of children are riding a carriage, and another group of children are playing a board game. In the middle level, it shows children reading from a scroll. In the bottom level, it shows a group of children playing musical instruments, playing games, and writing or painting. 
Artist Unknown
Chinese New Year's Poster
1935 – 1945
Transfer from the Asian Art Archives, Department of History of Art