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The watercolor depicts an arched bridge over a waterfall that cuts through rocky mountainous terrain dotted with evergreens. The waterfall flows down a short ways into a low, wide river. On the river's left bank are two men seen in silhouette. Beyond the bridge in the background distant mountains rise amid forests, and are rendered with an increasingly lighter technique to indicate aerial perspective and also perhaps mist or fog.
Eugène Cicéri
Untitled (Bridge over a Waterfall)
1835 – 1890
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection
2009/1.497
Six nude women in, and as, clouds. Some women lean forward while others are kneeling. <br />
 
Arthur B. Davies (American (North American))
Clouds
1920
Museum Purchase
1931.8
Dark landscape set atop a rocky mountain with sparse vegetation. There is a small boulder in the left foreground space with a dead tree standing beside it; in the right foreground there is what appears to be a small cave. A dead and broken tree lies across the bottom of the picture frame. There are mountains in the distance and a dark stormy sky above with a break in the clouds near the center of the canvas that reveals a sunny blue sky.
Daniel Huntington
In the Mountain Fastness
1850
Gift of Mr. Jean A. Wetmore
1916.1
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 (Dutch (culture or style))
Rencontre au Bois
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke
1964/2.129
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