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Samuel Gottscho
Three Fates, Designed by Paul Manship, from "The 1939 New York World's Fair"
1939 – 1980
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952
2000/2.135.5

Odilon Redon
Cheval Aile, from "Album de la Revue Blanche"
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.430.4

German
Perseus and Andromeda
1577
Gift through the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.51

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Winged beast (mythical animal): support for post
20th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1986/2.102
This color lithograph has an abstract composition of thin lines, all about the same width, in red, orange, green, and black. The print is numbered (l.l.) "79/250", titled (l.c.) "Children of Niobe", and signed and dated (l.r.) "S W Hayter 54" in pencil.
Stanley William Hayter
Children of Niobe
1954
Bequest of Jean Paul Slusser
1983/2.38
This print shows three figures and an eagle. The bearded figure on the left is seated and holding a large staff, perhaps wearing a crown. The figure in the middle is nude and has his back to the viewer with his head in profile. The third figure on the right is a partially nude female and her body is facing the viewer. The eagle's wings extend out over the top of the image while its talons embrace the figure in the middle whose feet are off the ground. 
Lovis Corinth (German (culture or style))
Ganymede und der Adler
1920
Museum Purchase
1948/1.341

Kurt Seligmann (American (North American))
The Sphinx, Plate 1 from 'The Myth of Oedipus'
1944
Museum purchase made possible by the Alfred E. Pernt Memorial Fund in honor of Doctor of Technical Sciences Max H. J. Pernt and his wife Anna Pernt (née Mueller)
1986/2.97.1

Kurt Seligmann (American (North American))
The Childhood of Oedipus, Plate 2 from 'The Myth of Oedipus'
1944
Museum purchase made possible by the Alfred E. Pernt Memorial Fund, in honor of Dr. of Technical Sciences Max H.J. Pernt and his wife Anna Pernt (née Mueller)
1986/2.97.2

Eugène Delacroix (French (culture or style))
Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia
1835 – 1845
Museum Purchase
1968/2.75
In this print, there is a large creature in the center, to the left. The figure seems to be semi-hollow and missing its flesh. There are bones and other monsterous creatures to the right of the print. The artist signed (l.r.) "K. Seligmann" and numbered (l.r.) "57/70" the print in pencil.
Kurt Seligmann (American (North American))
Acteon
1947
Museum Purchase
1947/2.15
This sculpture has a series of intersecting steel sheets with jagged edges to create a single figure.
Arthur Gibbons (American (North American))
Telamon
1989
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2015/2.101
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