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This print is a depiction of the Niagara Falls.
Hiroshi Yoshida (Japanese (culture or style))
Niagara Falls
1900 – 1949
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
Woman on the right side, cottage on the left, walkway on the right side. There is a large tree in the background.
Artist Unknown
Cottage in a Landscape
17th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
A man lounging in a forest, two women are behind him.
Artist Unknown
Classical Figures in a Landscape
19th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink

N. Alizone(?)
The Edge of the Forest
19th century
Gift of an Anonymous Donor, from the Collection of Dr. Wilbert B. Hinsdale
This drawing is horizontally oriented. It is surrounded with rose, gold, and mint matting; a scroll that reads “H. Saftleven” is juxtaposed over the mattings. The actual work depicts a river scene, with a cliff on the shore of the river to the right. On the cliff are buildings, including what looks like the ruins of a castle tower. A tree leans to the right over the edge of the cliff. Ships populate the river, including one at the shoreline, in which a person is seated, while another person straddles it and a dock.
Herman Saftleven, II
A River Landscape with a Boat Landing below a Bluff
1630 – 1685
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection

James Valentine
Lower Fall of Foyers, from "Ecosse"
Museum Purchase
A close-up image of boulders with various foliage.
Ilse Bing (American (North American))
Landscape with Boulders
Gift of Helen and Sheldron Seplowitz

Paul Caponigro
Straw and Bramble, Redding, C.T., from "Color Nature Landscapes I"
1983 – 1984
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sobel
This grayscale print depicts what appears to be an abstracted landscape suggestive of a hill on a horizon line. The lower two-thirds of the square composition are quite uniformly black while the upper third becomes increasingly lighter in value. The print shimmers with varying intensity when looked at under direct light as there appears to be mica incorporated in the ink.<br />
Artist Unknown
Northern Hill
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
Fields of tall grass, along with trees and other foliage in the foreground recede away from the viewer toward the feet of the hills in the background. Two-thirds up from the bottom of the photograph, a small grouping of flat rooftops suggest a small settlement. 
Felix Bonfils (French (culture or style))
1867 – 1885
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
In an ominous landscape a crowd of nude men, women and children, their bodies silhouetted against the descending gloom, struggle frantically to escape rising floodwaters. The figures gesture wildly and strenuously twist their long athletic bodies into a seemingly infinite variety of contortions as they clamber up the last hilltops and trees. A city stands on a hill and appears through the trees in the background.
The Flood
1585 – 1595
Gift of Peter B. Frantz, (Arch., 1949), and Family, in Honor and to the Memory of Jane Caroline Mahon Stanley (1863-1941), Our Beloved Grandmother, Artist, Teacher, Mentor and Friend
Print offset to left on paper; possibly cut. Paper size: lh 23 1/2cm &amp; rh 23 3/5cm x tw 19 1/10cm &amp; bw 19 1/5cm. Plate size: lh 14 2/5cm &amp; rh 14 1/2cm x tw 12 4/5cm &amp; bw 12 1/2cm. Image size: h 14 1/10cm x tw 12 3/5cm &amp; bw 12 1/2cm.
La Char Passant Sur Un Pont (The Wagon Passing over a Bridge)
1741 – 1744
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
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