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A man in hassidic clothing standing in the middle of a sand pile. There is another man farther back in the distance.
Leonard Freed (American (North American))
Hassidic Men Walking Amongst Sand Piles, Israel
1968
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2014/2.330
A group of Hassidic men praying inside of a religious place. They are all standing, facing forward.
Leonard Freed (American (North American))
Jewish Men Praying, Jerusalem, Israel
1968
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2014/2.331
A group of Hassidic men standing over a body covered in a cloth. There are windows behind them.
Leonard Freed (American (North American))
Jewish Funeral, Jerusalem, Israel
1972
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2014/2.332
A man preaching on a public street. There are people passing by him. He is holding a bible in one hand.
Leonard Freed (American (North American))
Preacher on the Street, New York City, USA
1980
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2014/2.340
A battle scene with the sun's rays shining down through the clouds. At the center, a man has fallen from his horse and lays on the ground. From the clouds above, a voice comes down, inscribed "SAVLE SAVLE QVID ME PERSEQVERIS." At base of print is written "Totus lesus in Paulo consumptus est. Chrysost. Iesus-Christ s'est enployé tout entier en ce mystere."
Jacques Callot (French (culture or style))
Conversion of St. Paul [La Conversione de St. Paul]
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2013/2.544

Ethiopian
MS Leaf: Hymnal
1633 – 1666
Museum Purchase
1959/1.151
Landscape scene with three figures (two standing and one kneeling) near a large sculpture of a God with a figure on horseback in the distance.  Image consists of sharply cut and defined elements.<br />
Paul Gauguin
Maruru (Offering to the Gods)
1894
Museum Purchase
1949/1.178
A woman in a red and blue dress is sitting in a woodland setting with a baby on her lap. The baby is holding a paper envelope (or a folded note), while her right hand is outstretched. Another small child crouches at her side. He holds a cross in his left hand, and pets a lamb with his right hand. 
Carlo Maratti
Madonna and Child
17th century
Gift of Andrew Nagy
2011/1.115
An approaching army in the foreground, with pikes or lances held in fists. A mounted soldier in the background carries a lance. At the top of the image is the phrase, left to right: "EINE feste Burg ist unser GOTT" — the first line to Martin Luther's hymn, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God."
Lovis Corinth (German (culture or style))
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (Eine feste Burg ist unser Gott), illustration #29 from Timotheus Klein's Martin Luther (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1920-21)
1920
Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection
2007/2.108
In this strongly vertical composition, a street crowded with groups of people and individuals—all rendered in silhouette and casting long shadows—recedes into space, seen from above. The street is lined with two- and, at most, four-story buildings on both sides. A hilly landscape rises behind the buildings, and a stormy-looking sky occupies the top portion of the image. In the right foreground, a woman is seen from the back as she stands on a small balcony looking down the street at a procession underway. The procession follows a banner depicting a saint, and proceeds towards the viewer. Some of the people in the street wear pointed hoods over their heads.<br />
The image is covered with diagonal slash marks. The print shows incredibly rich textural effects as a result of intense drypoint scraping, extensive biting in the darkest areas, and printing on very thick wove paper. <br />
Signed in the plate, l.l., recto, "Bone / 19[?]5"
Sir Muirhead Bone (British (modern))
A Spanish Good Friday
1925
Gift of Dr. Thomas DeKornfeld
1985/2.15
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