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Thai
Earthenware Bowl with Incised Design and Burnished Surface
9500 BCE
Museum purchase
2004/1.346
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Otto Bacher
Poplars, Royal Gardens
1856 – 1909
Museum Purchase
1930.2

Robert Davies
Late Evening, March, Hambledon, Buckingshire
2004
Museum Purchase
2004/2.7

Hana Hamplová (Czech (culture or style))
Untitled, from "The Ann Arbor Series"
1967 – 1999
Museum purchase
2008/2.212

Lisa Anne Auerbach
What's All This Talk About Dying for Revolution (Sweater)
2005 – 2009
Museum Purchase
2009/2.164A

Jean-Émile Laboureur
The Drunkard (L'Ivrogne)
1896
Museum Purchase
1981/2.94

Auguste Louis Lepère (French (culture or style))
Basket-peddlers at the Porte du Compas-d'Or rue Montorgueil, (Marchands au panier sous la Porte du Compas-d'Or, rue Montorgueuil)
1889 – 1890
Museum Purchase
1981/2.95
This costume design shows a man in red tights, black jacket, and wide brimmed hat. A brown cape is draped behind him, and over his left outstretched arm. He wears a grey scarf and grey tied belt.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Coppelius
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.224

Jasper Francis Cropsey
River Landscape
Museum Purchase
1948/2.4

Lyonel Feininger (American (North American))
Angler (mit Sonne)
1919
Museum Purchase
1948/1.350

Jean Lurçat (French (culture or style))
Arlequin Jésuite
1892 – 1934
Museum Purchase
1948/1.399
This abstract composition has two black half circles, and a large one with the rounded side to the left balanced precariously on a smaller one with the rounded side to the right. At the top, five yellow stripes hang from a line extending from the top half circle. At the bottom, the entire structure balances atop three sides to a square. In the upper right corner is a cone shape outlined in small black dots.
Lothar Schreyer (German (culture or style))
The Night
1922
Museum Purchase
1948/1.436
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