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A vignette of a group of women on a balcony, all looking downward. The women have hats and parasols. There the horizontal bands that indicate architecture delineating different stories. Above the gathering on the terrace, at the center of the image is a small window that shows two other people looking outward.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
The Little Balcony
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker

Maxime Lalanne
Rue de la Tonnellerie (Maison dite de Molière)
1858 – 1868
Gift of Samuel P. Hayes

Herman van Swanevelt
Woman with a Parasol in a Landscape
1600 – 1655
Gift of David and Elizabeth Tunick
A group of people are seen on the balcony of a building; a number of the women hold parasols against the bright light. On the floor above are two windows with balconies; people can also be observed looking downward. Above these windows are indications of the roofline and chimneys. Below the balcony are pilasters or brackets indicating architectural detail of the ground floor.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
The Long Balcony
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser

Hosoda Eishi [DELETE]
Treasure Boat
1767 – 1799
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
Fashionable figures promenading on a windy day are arrayed in a shallow, congested space across the image field. The blustery wind accents the wind-whipped broad straw hats, ribbons, and skirts of the women, rendering some of them faceless. Three children at the lower left appear as mushrooms while the woman in white behind them has an improbably pinched waistline.
George Cruikshank
Monstrosities of 1825-26
Museum Purchase
A snow scene of the canal. Snow covers the house roofs, the boat shelters, and the trees. Three travelers in blue robes are walking in the snow, two of them are carrying umbrellas.
Andō Hiroshige (Japanese (culture or style))
Edo Meisho: Ochanomizu
1848 – 1858
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
Seen slightly from below, a woman is seated in a landscape on a hillock. She is holding a dark, fringed parasol and has a shawl wrapped around her shoulders. Her face is partly shaded by the parasol; beside her to the left is a pot or container of some kind. Behind her to the right is a lone poplar tree and behind her to the left are some low buildings and indication of a stand of trees. The foreground is uneven, with tufts of grass sprouting up between the figure and the viewer.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
En Plein Soleil, One of the 'Twelve Etchings from Nature,' or the 'French Set'
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
A man on a horse, wearing a bowler hat and a brown suit, stops to talk to woman who stands in front of his horse. She wears a dark purple dress and a matching hat. To the right is another woman sitting on a chair, wearing a long sleeved white blouse and a long black skirt. She holds a parasol and wears a small yellow hat with a black band. The background is a lush green area of trees and bushes.
Kees van Dongen;Guilde International de la Gravure
Rencontre au Bois
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke