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Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Frisian Landscape
1925 – 1935
Museum Purchase
1951/2.39
A black background and foreground with a white figure on the viewer's left, dressed in a gown and holding a doll in its right hand. In the background are the outlines of four dancing figures are visible. A white line serves as a top border, and extends slightly down the left and right side.
Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Madchenphantasie
1906
Gift of Virginia and Eric Stein
2016/2.350
Print featuring a image of a small boy and a bearded man standing at right near a body of water on left.  Small bush at left and trees in the distance.
Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Verzweiflung (Despair)
1906
Museum Purchase
1965/2.72
Abstract portrait of an actress, formed by abstract pools of watercolor with only slight detailing laid in after to suggest a bowed head and curved neck.
Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Actress
1912
Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection
2007/2.102

Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Egyptian Woman II
1910
Museum Purchase
1953/1.70
This black and white etching shows a pier that dominates the foreground of the scene, and recedes toward the left distance while the center distance is vague darkness. There are tall, black pillars along the pier and waves of the water visible to the right of the image. The print is signed (l.r.) "Emil Nolde".
Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Hamburg, Landungsbrücke
1910
Museum Purchase
1954/2.29
Four male figures face each other, one in a hat on the left and three on the right facing him. The figure in the center has one hand raised to his chest. The two men on the right are looking at the man in the center.
Emil Nolde (German (culture or style))
Schriftgelehrte
1911
Museum Purchase
1949/1.174
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