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This watercolor depicts a busy harbor scene in tones of brown with a bit of blue in the sky area and greenish blue for the water. One building on the shore is shown in bright red.
William Lewis
Antwerp Port
Gift of Sandra Cohan
This is a watercolor painting in a vertical format painted in tones of blue and green. It shows a large tree, with a black trunk and branches and without any leaves, in front of two houses. The sky is painted in a bright blue.
Jean Paul Slusser (American (North American))
Untitled (Tree)
20th century
Gift of Rev. Edward and Jan Slusser
This is an abstract watercolor done in shades of black, blue and brown. There are highlights of bright red and blue and a line drawing of a tower in the upper left corner.
William Lewis
The New Landscape
Gift of Sandra Cohan

Egon Schiele (Austrian)
Infant Nude
Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection
watercolor and ink on paper
Paul Klee (Swiss)
Die Säule [The Piillar]
Gift of Helmut Stern
This graphite and watercolor drawing on paper contains thirteen slender trees on hilly, grassy terrain. There are multiple buildings in the background visible through the trees, many with red roofs.
Auguste Louis Lepère (French (culture or style))
Untitled (Au Marais)
1875 – 1918
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection
This calm, horizontal abstract watercolor has registers of aquamarine, ochres, greens and dark blues. 
Mignonette Yin Cheng
Li River
Gift of Professor Marvin J. Eisenberg in Memory of Mignonette Cheng
This is a multi-colored abstract watercolor painted in tones of bright blue, red and yellow. There are areas with sharp lines of color and other areas where the colors have bled together.
Richard Wilt (American (North American))
Gift of Karen Thumm
Three figures stand in the bottom left corner.  The image is mostly tan and light blue except very dark in the center.  The blue horizon line is in the top third of the image stretching from a cityscape on the left side to a sweeping hill on the right side. There is a small moon in the middle at the very top of the image.
Joseph Mallord William Turner
Moon over Lausanne
Gift of Helmut Stern

Mary Jane Bigler
Gift of F. Bruce Kulp in memory of former docent Karlene Daenler Kulp
Three figures stand in a wooded clearing in the foreground of this small watercolor. A view opens out in the middle ground over a bay with a city descending from the adjacent hills to the water. A volcano smolders in the distance on the opposite side of the bay, a thick plume of smoke rising from its peak.
Samuel Prout (British (modern))
Untitled (Bay of Naples)
1824 – 1852
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection
One of four paintings in the series Glasses (Double Twice Group). Skinny upright rectangle with rounded edges in dark pencil at center, filled in with sheer orange wash. Translucent mint green wash covers most of the orange, except for a semicircle visible at the top. The colored areas extend beyond the penciled-in borders.
Lucio Pozzi
Glasses (Double Twice Group)
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the Nation Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services
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