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A man singing into a microphone, audience to the right, graffiti on the walls.
Scott Bilby
Others' Laurels
20th century
Gift from the Collection of David S. Rosen MD, MPH
2014/2.169
A hexagonal container of white porcelain. Each of six rectangular panels has delicate rendering of figures or plants with blue underglaze. On one panel there is a male figure dancing and playing a drum. On another panel, dancing male figure appears as well. Next to the drumming figure, a pine tree is drawn.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Blue-and-white brush holder with human figures and pine tree
18th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1966/2.25

Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Figure of a Female Drummer
18th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
1987/1.250

Achille Devéria (French (culture or style))
Portrait of the Pianist, Henri Herz
1832
Museum Purchase
1956/1.55

Herbert Harvey
The Troubadour
1883 – 1928
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
1949/1.67
The figure is kneeling musician on lotus seat, made of separately carved petals. Below the seat, there is a base, which consists of two lotus-shaped half-sphere, connected up-side-down. The head has two buns, elongated ears, simplified facial parts; the figure wears a pink robe with wide sleeves, holding a sort of instrument with hands.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Celestial Musician (Japanese, Hiten; Sanskrit, Apsara)
670 – 700
Gift of John J. Schloss
1999/2.14
Paper size: h 38 1/2cm x w 32 7/10cm. Plate size: h 26 4/5cm x tw 23 3/10cm & bw 23 1/5cm. Image size: h 26cm x tw 22 2/5cm & bw 22 1/2cm.
Jacques Villon (French (culture or style))
Musiciens Chez le Bistro
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.414
A man with and a moustache and scraggly hair visible under a cap sits facing the viewer, a cello cradled between his arms. The lower portion of both the figure and the musical instrument are only summarily indicated; the background consists of passages of rapidly drawn parallel lines.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
Becquet, one of the "Sixteen Etchings," or the "Thames Set"
1859
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.340

Brian Eno
Oblique Strategies: One Hundred Worthwhile Dilemmas, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 1996
1996
Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation
1996/1.79

Gus Foster
Marching Band, Michigan Stadium
1983
Gift of Mary & Millard Pryor
1984/2.83
A stoneware ewer with an straight sided body and a rounded shoulder.  It tapers slightly towards the foot.  On top of the shoulder is a straight, tall neck with an everted rim.  There is a coiled handle extending up from shoulder neck junction towards rim, then curving back down and attached to shoulder.  Opposite of the handle is a short faced spout, and in between the handle and spout are two loup lugs applied to the neck-shoulder junction. Below the lugs and spout are sprig molded and applied images of Central Asian dancers and musicians, covered entirely in a straw-celadon glaze with brown glaze applied to the danceers and musicians. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Ewer
9th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1987/2.50

Victor Hammer
Dr. Heinrich Schenker, Musician
1925
Gift of Carolyn Reading Hammer
1992/2.25
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