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A studio portrait of a young African American woman in 1920s apparel, including a short hairstyle, stockings, necklace, and dress. She stands with her left leg resting on a bench with her right arm akimbo.
James Van Der Zee (American (North American))
Model
1927
Museum Purchase
1975/2.98
Portrait of a woman in blue and a long necklace. She is facing left with a book in her hand at the bottom left.
Joseph Cole
Mrs. Anderson (?)
1839
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.61
A medallion necklace.  The medallion is round with eight pendants hanging off of it. The necklace is decorated with shades of orange, blue, green, and yellow.
African (African (general, continental cultures))
Necklace with Round Medallion
20th century
Gift of Denise Miner Stanford
2010/2.14

William McGregor Paxton (American (North American))
Portrait of Mrs. Converse
1905
Gift of Peter N. Heydon
2000/2.19
Portrait of a young woman leaning against a concrete, exterior wall. She wears a cross necklace and a button-down shirt that drapes over her mid-length shorts. She looks directly into the camera lens.
Danny Lyon (American (North American))
Kathy
1965
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2013/2.338
An entertainer, shown larger in scale than everyone and everything else in the image, sits in the center of the composition. Tied to the strings he holds in his hand are two monkeys and a goat. The monkeys sit atop poles, and are entertaining the people around. The women hold bell-like objects on strings. Are these meant to be placed on the goat's neck? A white square is shown below the entertainer--probably representing a mattress. The sun's rays are shown in organe on the horizon, outlining the semi-circular brown mound framing the scene taking place in the foreground. Vegetation and greenery are shown on the left and right.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Travelling entertainer
20th century
Gift of Mr. George P. Bickford for the James Marshall Plumer Memorial Collection
1964/2.113
In this print a woman stands leaning against a mirror on her left, which shows her reflection. The woman is topless, wearing only a long necklace and billowing, striped pants. The floor is patterned with diagonal crossing lines forming diamond shapes. There is a checkered patterned arm chair in the background, as well as drapery and a doorway.
Henri Matisse (French (culture or style))
Odalisque à la culotte rayée, reflectée dans la glace
1923
Museum Purchase
1948/1.101

Georges Rouault (French (culture or style))
Les Réincarnations du Père Ubu. Negress
1928
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Kahn
1949/2.92
This elegant self-portrait depicts a half-length figure of a man in three-quarters profile with his left arm resting on a stone ledge. The somber colors of his garb, consisting of a white shirt with a dark robe, is offset by luxurious details: the fur collar of his robe, the black ribbon and gold chain around his neck, the embroidered collar and cuffs of his shirt, and the three rings on his right hand. Two pink carnations appear on the ledge before him.
Bartholomäus Bruyn, the Elder (German (culture or style))
Self-Portrait with carnations
1520 – 1530
Museum Purchase
1963/2.43

Manuel Álvarez Bravo
Margarita de Bonampak, from "Manuel Alvarez Bravo"
1949 – 1981
Gift of Lawrence and Carol Zicklin
1987/1.174.7
An elegantly attired young woman is shown in a half-length portrait. Her hands are crossed in front of her at the wrist and she holds a partially open folding fan in her right hand. Her blue silk dress has long lace cuffs and a lace overlay at the shoulders and bodice. The bodice is also ornamented with silk bows of matching silk. At her neck is an elaborate pearl and lace choker; she has a matching pearl bracelet and seed pear earring. Her haif carries the blue of dress in the ornamentation at the crown of her head. Ribbons from her hair ornament cascade down either side of her bosom.
Johann Tischbein
Portrait of a Lady
1754
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.35

American (American (North American))
Portrait of a Lady, Possibly Mrs. W.R. Goodall (née Fanny Riley)
19th century
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.31
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