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Gari Melchers
Mother and Child
1860 – 1932
Gift of Mrs. Charles F. Weber
1974/2.41

Jane Dickson
Couple by Car ( A Kiss)
1984
Gift of Herbert Barrows
2000/2.270
This work is a photomontage of a couple kissing. The image of the couple has been cut into squares and disjointed, pasted over a scene of a moon and river.
Herbert Bayer (Austrian)
The Kiss
1932
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
1987/1.218

Robert Doisneau
La Baiser du Trottoir, from "Portfolio of 11 Photographs"
1950 – 1979
Gift of Carl W. Melcher
1981/2.167.2
A portrait of two women; the woman on the left kisses the forehead of the younger woman to the right, who looks down. They both wear draped fabric.
Julia Margaret Cameron (British (modern))
The Kiss of Peace
1869
Museum Purchase
1975/1.63
This small print consists of a block of text reading, "THEY DID EVERYTHING TOGETHER" centered on white paper, in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: THEY DID EVERYTHING TOGETHER
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.4
This print shows a line of text that reads, "HE HAD TO AGREE," on white paper, in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: HE HAD TO AGREE
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.16
This print shows a block of text which reads, "FRIENDS OFTEN COMMENTED ON THE TOUCHING RELATIONSHIP THEY SHARED," on white paper in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: FRIENDS OFTEN COMMENTED ON THE TOUCHING RELATIONSHIP THEY SHARE
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.11
This print shows two lines of text that read, "NEW EXPERIENCES AWAITED HIM," on white paper in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: NEW EXPERIENCES AWAITED HIM
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.23
This print shows a block of text reads, "MOTHER WAS FOND OF SAYING SHE ALONE KNEW HOW BEST TO HANDLE HIM," on white paper in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: MOTHER WAS FOND OF SAYING SHE ALONE KNEW HOW BEST TO HANDLE HIM
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.13

Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: AS CHILDHOOD ENDED HE THOUGHT MUCH ABOUT HIS FUTURE LIFE
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.19
This print shows a block of text within a square reading, "MOTHER AND HE HAD ALWAYS BEEN VERY CLOSE." It is centered on white paper in a square mat.
Dotty Attie (American (North American))
Mother's Kisses: MOTHER AND HE HAD ALWAYS BEEN VERY CLOSE
1982
Museum Purchase
1993/1.115.2
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