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Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Zhong Kui of Magical Powers
20th century
Gift of Harold W. Stevenson, University of Michigan Professor Emeritus in Psychology
2003/1.630

Wan Shouqi
Eight Immortals
1850 – 1900
Gift of John Schloss
2000/1.37

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Immortal Lü Tung-pin with a Ghost Attendant
16th century
Gift of John Schloss
1996/2.23

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Shallow dish with "Judgment of Paris" design
18th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1993/2.19

Gai Qi
Legend of the Cowherder and the Weaving Maiden
1774 – 1829
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1994/2.37
Drawing of militaristic angels approaching two men fighting at sea. One angels holds a bow and above and to the right are three more angels carrying clouds. On the left of the image is a serpent curled around a tree.
William Blake
Apollyon
1757 – 1827
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.209
Large bronze sculpture resembling a headless human figure. The surface texture is very rough with deep voids and coarse patches of metal. The brown patina has a whitish tinge.
Michele Oka Doner (American (North American))
Angry Neptune
2008
Museum purchase made possible by a bequest from Clarence and Ruth Roy, the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, and the support of the artist
2009/1.466

Fei Danxu (Fei Tan-hsü)
Ode to the Goddess of the Luo River
1847
Gift of Dulany's Gallery
1982/2.4
Bust-length white marble sculpture of a young female figure crowned with a plait of wheat and framed along the bottom with a wreath of sculpted acanthus leaves.
Hiram Powers
Proserpine
1844 – 1847
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Levitt, in memory of Prof. David Huntington
1991/2.40
This is a vertically arranged abstract print that incorporates sets of facial features (and perhap legs) that stare out at the viewer. The colors in the print are predominately yellow on the right and black on the left; green, red, and white are also used.
Adja Yunkers (American (North American))
Succubae
1950
Museum Purchase
1950/2.22B
At the center of this print, there is a large bust in a variety of colors (orange, yellow, green, black, blue) and a kind of floating hat in brown and purple. The face is created by a series of collaged images. There is a mouth and one eye on the head and another collaged mouth sits at the edge of the figure's clothing, like a brooch. Coming out from the right side of the head, there is a line drawing of a woman's profile with lines emanating from her eyes and ear. In the background, there is a simple landscape. The print is signed (l.r.) and numbered (l.l.) in pencil.
Salvador Dali (Spanish (culture or style))
Maquillage Cyclopéen
1975
Anonymous Gift
1981/2.110.6
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