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Augustus John (British (modern))
Dancer; Girl at Fireplace
1878 – 1961
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection

Ben Nicholson (British (modern))
Olympic Fragment, from the portfolio "Architectural Suite, 1966-67"
1965 – 1967
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection

Henry Moore (British (modern))
Elephant Skull (plate XI, 'Elephant Skull Album'), ii/ii (?)
Gift of Gilbert M. Frimet
Egyptian temple decorated with carved motifs seen from a slight oblique angle.
Antonio Beato (British (modern))
Temple of Horus at Edfu
1860 – 1870
Gift of W. Howard and Margaret Bond

Sir William Russell Flint (British (modern))
Ceres' Handmaid
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Levitt

Sir William Russell Flint (British (modern))
Forlorn Dryads
1929 – 1930
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Levitt

Augustus John (British (modern))
Woman with Shawl
1903 – 1913
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
A photograph of a woman wearing a large fur hat, jewelry, and a long draped body garment. She holds a strand of beads in her hands, looking down toward the right. 
John Thomson (British (modern))
Mongol Woman
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
This photograph depicts a view of an old building with three floors of tall, grated windows, a frieze near its roof, topped with three statues. A street runs down the side of the building where there is a church with scaffolding on it.
William Henry Fox Talbot (British (modern))
Part of Queen's College, Oxford
1843 – 1846
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
A dark line drawing with white highlights on a tan colored background. It shows a standing male figure in profile, facing left. He has curly hair, a long beard and has classically style draped clothing. He has a vacant gaze and his face is turned downward. there is a partial drawing of draped fabric in the left margin of the work.
Albert Joseph Moore (British (modern))
Study of Oedipus for 'A Greek Play'
1862 – 1872
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker

Bernard Meadows (British (modern))
Frightened Figure
Museum Purchase
Drawing in pencil and gouache of four triangles. The four along the top alternate orientation, point ing down then up. They are  colored in yellow, lavender, and green. Along the bottom are small pencil sketches of triangular forms and two more painted triangles in darker shades of green, purple, and gold. The artist has signed and titled the work on the left side. On the verso is an inscription R 11-17.
Bridget Riley (British (modern))
Interlacing Triangles