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Plate, with floral motifs
1650 – 1699
Museum Purchase
1966/2.7
This graphite and wash piece has two sailboats in the foreground with multiple sailboats in the background. They are situated at the drawing’s horizon and float on a large body of water. A signature is on the upper left corner. <br />
Dutch
Marine
1625 – 1750
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection
2009/1.533
This dark landscape in black chalk features large lush trees that take up most of the composition on the right of the image. A small cottage framed by two smaller trees appears on the left. Three loosely sketched animals frolic in front of the cottage. <br />
Dutch
Landscape with Cottage
17th century
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2012/2.219

Dutch
Blue-and-White Small Delftware Bowl
Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing
2006/2.57
Four men sit under a canopied arch in a Chinese-style landscape with pine trees and a river in the well of this blue-and-white plate. The figure seated under the center of the arch holds an object on his lap, which the leftmost figure leans forward to inspect more closely. The old man who sits at the right of the group looks off to his right. The paneled border of the rim is decorated with four reserves featuring the figure of a seated Chinese man. The reserves are separated by a pair of narrow panels flanking a larger central panel. The narrow panels contain a stylized flower motif, while the larger panels are decorated with more elaborate floral designs.
Dutch
Chinoiserie plate with four figures in a landscape
1655 – 1665
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.93
In an ominous landscape a crowd of nude men, women and children, their bodies silhouetted against the descending gloom, struggle frantically to escape rising floodwaters. The figures gesture wildly and strenuously twist their long athletic bodies into a seemingly infinite variety of contortions as they clamber up the last hilltops and trees. A city stands on a hill and appears through the trees in the background.
Dutch
The Flood
1585 – 1595
Gift of Peter B. Frantz, (Arch., 1949), and Family, in Honor and to the Memory of Jane Caroline Mahon Stanley (1863-1941), Our Beloved Grandmother, Artist, Teacher, Mentor and Friend
1985/2.70

Dutch
Judith with the Head of Holofernes
17th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1998/2.14
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