23 UMMA Objects
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Charles François Daubigny (French (culture or style))
Le Lever du soleil
Museum Purchase

Adolphe Appian
Le Champ de Blé
1858 – 1868
Gift of Samuel P. Hayes

Malcolm Osborne
Trekkers of the Plain, Salonica
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
Naturalistic cow’s head of carved from wood with eyes cut from the bottoms of glass bottles. Natural cow horns are attached. Head is predominantly black with white triangle on forehead, red pigment surrounding eyes, red in interior of ears, white chin, and white dots on cheeks and in red ground around eyes. Horns are white, tipped in black; a fiber cord runs through its nostrils and around back of head.<br />
Bijogo (Bijogo)
Mask (vaca bruto, dugn'be type)
1925 – 1975
Gift of Avery Z. Eliscu

Samuel Palmer
The Weary Ploughman (or The Herdsman or Tardus Bubulcus)
1858 – 1865
Museum Purchase

Charles Emile Jacque
A Farm (Une Ferme)
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White

Jean-Baptiste Le Prince
La Récréation Champêtre
Museum Purchase
A group of armed men struggles in a landscape while a helmeted female figure hovers on a cloud above them and points to a distant city that lies across an expanse of water. A man at the left with a green cuirass and cloth knotted about his waist and neck stands apart from the combatants and looks up toward the gesturing woman. Behind him appears a row of sword-wielding men locked in combat, with several casualties lying at their feet. On a hillock in the background a pair of oxen, an orange-gold colored sheep, and a winged dragon may be discerned.
Jason Sowing the Dragon's Teeth
1557 – 1600
Gift of Dr. Cecile L. Fusfeld

Jean-Baptiste Huet;Jean Stella;Claudine Stella (French (culture or style))
Les Plasirs des Quatre Saison
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection

Manuel Carrillo
Untitled (Cart and Two Oxen on Beach)
1960 – 1980
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon

Sears Gallagher
(Street and Houses)
1869 – 1955
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
This is a rubbing of a figure with the head of an ox dressed in robes. It appears to be holding a staff in its right hand.<br />
<p>These rubbings are taken from reliefs of the twelve Chinese zodiac animal deities on the surface of guardian rocks (&egrave;&shy;&middot;&ccedil;&Yuml;&sup3;, hoseok ) placed around the edge of the tumulus of General Kim Yusin (&eacute;&Dagger;&lsquo;&aring;&ordm;&frac34;&auml;&iquest;&iexcl;, 595&acirc;&euro;&ldquo;673) on Songhwasan Mountain (&aelig;&frac34;&egrave;&Scaron;&plusmn;&aring;&plusmn;&plusmn;) in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province. The twelve animal deities guard the twelve Earthly Branches which can be interpreted as spatial directions. Each animal deity has the face of a certain animal and a body of human. The twelve animal deities occur in the following order according to the Chinese zodiac: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. While the twelve deities on guardian stones placed around royal tumuli from the
Korean (Korean (culture or style))
Twelve Zodiac Animals: Ox
1945 – 1980
Transfer from the Department of the History of Art, Slide and Photograph Collection, gift of Mrs. Pilsoon L. Chun