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This print shows a landscape with a mountain rising in the middle of the background. There are trees and grass in front, and a body of water in the foreground. At the center, on the edge of the water, sits a faucet, a razor, and a toothbrush in a clear glass as if the body of water is a sink.<br />
The print is signed (l.r.) "Doug Webb" and numbered (l.l.) "197/275" in pencil.
Doug Webb (American (North American))
Cleanliness is Next to Godliness
1980 – 1990
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
This ceramics sculpture is in the shape of a femur bone. The glazing creates a series of dark cracks and fissures. 
Michele Oka Doner (American (North American))
1973 – 1983
Gift of Michele Oka and Frederick Doner
Against a black background three smoke rings hang, connected by wafts of smoke. Two of the rings are in the viewer&#39;s lower left. One is in the viewer&#39;s upper right.
Donald Sultan
Smoke Rings June 14, 2001
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund and the Friends of the Museum of Art
A female nude reclining on a bed wearing one yellow slipper on her left foot, a gold bracelet on her right arm and a black ribbon tied in a bow around her neck.  An African American woman in a blue dress stands behind her holding a bouquet of yellow and white flowers. A small monkey sits at the foot of the bed.  All subjects look directly at the viewer.
Mel Ramos
Manet's Olympia
Gift of Dr. Reuven Bar-Levav
A nude woman with closed eyes reclines on recamier sofa, with feet toward the viewer, and her head on the arm of the sofa. She rests her arms above her head.
Philip Pearlstein (American (North American))
Figure on Couch
Gift of Mr. Michael L. Cohl.

John Clem Clarke (American (North American))
Plywood with Roller Marks #1
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Marvin E. Klein
A sketch of a man kneeling over an unknown object. The drawing is simple; there is a horizon line about two-thirds up from the bottom of the paper with a figure of a man kneeling, his back towards the viewer, over an unidentified object. The man is wearing simple clothes and a hat, perhaps the clothes of a peasant or farmer, in which case the object could in fact be a piece of farming equipment.
Théodore Rousseau
Man Kneeling over an Object
1835 – 1867
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection