6 UMMA Objects
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This impressively large engraving depicts the muscular back of a marble statue of a man. The figure leans upon a club draped with a lion skin and holds three apples in his right hand behind his back. Two men look up at the statue from the lower right corner of the print.
Hendrick Goltzius
The Farnese Hercules
1587 – 1597
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1994/2.13
A woman dances in the middle of a room with musicians and observers seated behind her and two standing on a balcony. 
Max Slevogt (German (culture or style))
Tänzerin
1904 – 1905
Museum Purchase
1953/2.20
This woodcut depicts a town square surrounded by buildings on the top and right edges of the composition as though viewed from above. Within the square is a field delimited by a fence in which a multitude of figures and figures on horseback are engaged in a chaotic battle. Several figures direct large lances toward other figures. Crowds of young and old and male and female figures watch the action from behind the fence and from within doorways, balconies and windows in the surrounding buildings.
Lucas Cranach The Elder
Joust in the Marketplace
1506
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2012/2.181
This photograph depicts a crowd of people gathered outside on a low platform. The crowd appears to viewing an event happening in the sky above them. In the foreground stands a woman who faces the photographer, a camera raised to her eyes.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
Cape Kennedy, Florida
1969
Gift of Stanley T. Lesser, A.B. 1951, J.D. 1953
1981/2.65.1

German
Baptism of a Warrior by a Bishop Saint (recto); Young Woman's Head (verso)
17th century
Gift through the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.17
This stereoscope viewer is made of light brown wood and brass. It has an oval shaped view finder with two glass squares for the viewing holes. There is a handle below and a sliding wood arm with brass brackets to hold the stereoscopic card.
Stereo Classics Studio
Stereoscope Viewer
1925 – 1980
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
2010/1.166
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