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Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Ivory snuff bottle
1825 – 1900
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
1980/2.63

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Snuff bottle with overglaze enamel painted scene of a family in a garden
1825 – 1900
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
1980/2.102

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Dark amber snuff bottle with figures in waves
1790 – 1860
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
1980/2.96
In front, a woman wearing a hat depicted in profile faces to the left with three male figures behind her, one of which, depicted in profile and facing to the right, has the top of his head cut off; the background is comprised of architectural and figural fragments.
George Grosz (German (culture or style))
Streetscene (Strassenszene)
1919 – 1920
Museum Purchase
1948/1.60

Manuel Alvarez Bravo
Chamula Landscape (Paisaje Chamula), from "Manuel Alvarez Bravo"
1979 – 1981
Gift of Lawrence and Carol Zicklin
1987/1.174.13

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Pear-shaped ivory snuff bottle with depiction of people
1912 – 1949
Gift of Mr. Robert W. Coggan
1980/2.64
Among the rolling green mountains, figures in this scroll go about their lives, leading cattle to drink along the riverside and dangling fishing lines over the edge of small boats in hopes of catching something for dinner. Highlights of red pigment add brilliance to a grove of trees near the middle of the scroll. The detail work in the trees is spectacular, with twisted and knotted trunks that seem to refuse to stand upright, but bend against gravity, in some cases revealing networks of tangled roots.
Tao Cheng (T'ao Ch'eng)
Blue-and-green landscape handscroll
1470
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1978/1.163
This print is vertically oriented with gray markings.  A cream border surrounds it and it has “NOON” written below it.  The lower half of the print has a busy street scene with lots of adults and children in 18th century garb.  The upper half shows the top of the buildings that line the street, including a shop, a brick building, and a church steeple in the distance.<br />
William Hogarth
The Four Times of Day: Noon
1738
Museum Purchase
1971/2.57
This print is vertically oriented with gray markings. A cream border surrounds it and it has &ldquo;NIGHT&rdquo; written below it. The lower half of the print has a busy street scene with lots of people taking parts of several stories (e.g. someone empting a chamber pot on people on the street, a tipped over carriage that is being set on fire, a quack doctor performing an operation in a candlelit room). The upper half of the print shows the tops of the buildings that line the street, iron-wrought shop signs, a statue of a man on horseback in the distance, and a crescent moon in a cloudy sky.
William Hogarth
The Four Times of Day: Night
1738
Museum Purchase
1971/2.59
This print is vertically oriented with gray markings.  A cream border surrounds it and it has “EVENING” written below it.  The lower half of the print has a pastoral scene with several adults and children by a stream at the bottom of the print.  Behind them, someone milks a cow.  The upper half shows the tops of buildings and rolling hills.  A sunset is taking place with dramatic clouds.<br />
William Hogarth
The Four Times of Day: Evening
1738
Museum Purchase
1971/2.58
Two figures in the foreground stand with their backs to the viewer, looking toward buildings in the middleground. The buildings are built in the pueblo style, with some arched windows and beams jutting out from the roof. A ladder leans against a building in the far left of the composition. The scene is heavily shadowed, by both the buildings and the figures.
Carl Hoerman
Tu Walpi, Arizona
1885 – 1954
Bequest of Carl F. Clarke
1954/1.117
This photograph depicts an urban street scene in which pedestrians pass one another on a sidewalk lined with storefront advertisements and traffic.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
New York City
1968
Gift of Stanley T. Lesser, A.B. 1951, J.D. 1953
1981/2.65.2
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