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In the foreground, illuminated white, a woman, her long hair hanging down her back, kneels and gazes upward, her arms extended in front of her, her hands pointing skyward. The sky is nearly all dark, with a full moon appearing in the center top of the image.
Oskar Kokoschka
The Pleading (Die Flehende), from O Eternity—thou thundering word (O Ewigkeit—du Donnerwort), Bach Cantata (Bachkantate) series
1914
Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection
2007/2.121
This print consists of numerous abstracted splotches of color on a primarily grey background. Blues and blacks predominate in the lower areas and reds, oranges, and yellows in the upper. Green appears as punctuation in a few spots. 
Jacques Villon (French (culture or style))
Miroir du Poète
1960
Museum Purchase
1962/2.36

Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart (French (culture or style))
Frontispiece to Eaux-fortes Modernes (Modern etchers) for The Société des Aqua-fortistes
1863
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2011/2.211
This work shows an elderly woman sitting on a bench, reading a book. She wears a scarf over her head. Next to her on the bench is an animal—possibly a monkey—that sits upright. There is a wash of grey ink above the woman's head, a faint sketch of a lamp, and spots of black ink. 
Marc Chagall (Belorussian (culture or style))
The Grandmother
1922 – 1923
Museum Purchase
1949/1.170
This print shows two figures side-by-side. The figure on the left is a dog, though it sits upright and wears a suit jacket and cravat. The figure on the right looks towards the dog, wearing a cap and military jacket. There is a darkly shaded window behind, and a rail or gate in front. 
Pierre Bonnard (French (culture or style))
Policeman with Accused
1924
Museum Purchase
1957/1.114
A nude woman is seen in profile crouching and turning her head toward the viewer. She is backed up against a short pedestal or wal, on top of which a winged cupid bends towards the woman. On the right side is a slender tree, and behind the figures is an expansive landscape.
Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian (culture or style))
Crouching Venus
1505 – 1506
Museum Purchase
1984/1.289
In this scene, a young prince, seen at right in his bejeweled splendor, offers reverence to an ascetic. The sage, nearly naked and with matted hair, sits on an animal skin. His right hand is in the gesture of exposition, suggesting that he is preaching to his courtly audience.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Oriya manuscript (unidentified), folio: A Courtier Visits an Ascetic. (Images and text on both sides; pair with 1985/2.144)
19th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
1997/2.40
Line drawing in felt tip marker on ivory ~ 10x13” paper with shading. Woman’s arm and dress and the cash register are partially filled in with black, as well as a pane of the stained glass window that she holds. The wall, pitcher, parts of the woman’s head and shoulder covering and bodice, and cash register have been modeled in stylized “half tone” of zigzag separating white and black; shadows take the form of dense curlicues. The tablecloth bears a “pattern” of crosses and eye-shaped forms. The map has been filled in with fingerprints.
Mark Kostabi (American (North American))
Progress of Beauty 3
1988
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the Nation Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services
2008/2.239
Line drawing in felt tip marker on ivory ~ 10x13” paper.
Mark Kostabi (American (North American))
Progress of Beauty 1
1988
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the Nation Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services
2008/2.241
Line drawing in felt tip marker on ivory ~ 10x13” paper with shading. Woman’s arm and dress filled in completely with black, as well as a pane of the stained glass window that she holds. The wall, pitcher, parts of the woman’s head and shoulder covering and bodice, and cash register have been modeled in stylized “half tone” of zigzag separating white and black; shadows take the form of dense curlicues. The tablecloth bears splotches of black ink that were possibly made by blowing air on wet ink through a straw. The map has been filled in with ink drips and splatters.
Mark Kostabi (American (North American))
Progress of Beauty 2
1988
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the Nation Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services
2008/2.238
A nude woman sits on a large sphere and looks down, to her right. She holds a blank tablet in her left hand (against which she also leans her head), and a sprig of laurel leaves in her right hand, which rests behind her right thigh. Laurel leaves also decorate her hair. A ribbon crosses her chest and right hip. The space behind the woman and the sphere are left blank.<br />
Signed in the image, lower left corner, in the plate: "J.J. Tissot / 1875"
James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French (culture or style))
Deuxieme frontispice (Assise sur le globe)
1875
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrich
2004/2.165
On a wooden ledge in the foreground, a cat rubs up against a clawed pot holding flowers. The feline's coat is dark with the exception of a white strip running from its belly up to its chin.  An iron railing spans the width of the background. A second pot of flowers without clawed feet is visible behind the cat; some of its flowers appear to be growing through the lattice of the railing. 
Édouard Manet (French (culture or style))
Le Chat et les fleurs
1869
Museum Purchase
1971/2.8
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