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This color woodcut is printed on black paper. At the center, there is a white horse with a monkey sitting on its back. Next to the monkey, there is a bright yellow object. A white figure swings from an amorphous shape, outlined in black, coming from the upper right of the image. The background is blue with a green circle to the upper left. The print is titled (l.l.) "Monkey and Lamp", numbered (l.c.) "47/50", signed and dated (l.r.) "A Ryan '45", and dedicated (l.c.) "For Felix III Christmas 1945" in white ink.
Anne Ryan (American (North American))
Monkey and Lamp
Gift of Gerome Kamrowski

Momokawa Chōki
A Woman of the Noble Imagawa Type (Remembering parental teachings)
1789 – 1795
Museum Purchase

Torii Kiyonaga
Haifû yanagi-daru: Maid and Young Girl in a Doorway
1780 – 1790
Museum Purchase
A print of a wooden table containing a cup and a vase.
Jasper Johns (American (North American))
Gift of Gertrude Kasle
Three nude women, perhaps on a beach, desporting themselves with towels. There are two large figures in the forground, the left most bending and seeming to gather her towel, the central figure—with back to us—holds her towel horizontally. The third figure, slightly in the distance and to the right, leans over to dry her left foot. 
Armando Morales (Nicaraguan)
Tres Banistas
Gift of the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin
A group of men holding guns gather around a car. Spotlights from a nearby building are focused on the car as well.
Armando Morales (Nicaraguan)
Prendimiento del General Sandino frente al "Hormiguero"
Gift of the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin

Richard Tuttle
The Edge
Gift of J. Richard Pinnell and Robert J. Scanlan
A bald man with a furrowed brow holds an open book to the viewer. The book's pages open to an illustration of a distressed animal. Writing in blue takes up the lower portion of the print and reads: "I have the right to believe freely. To be a slave to no man's authority. If this is heresy so be it. It is still the truth to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. I cannot...will not...recant. Here I stand. No man can command my conscience."
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Credo (small)
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
An abstract print of six red rectangluar shapes
Josef Albers (American (North American))
I-S Va 2 (Six Variants)
Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara K. Adelson
A girl with her head and body in profile, her head is streached in front of her body and her short hair is flowing behind her. She is wearing a yellow shirt. The background is a faded green with black globs that may be butterflies placed periodically.
Nakayama Tadashi
Kaze (Shôjo) /Girl in the Wind
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
A girl with her head and body in profile, with her head stretched in front of her body and hair flowing behind her; her hair is an abstract design of red and black. In front of her is a giant brown, yellow, and blue butterfly, with a smaller black butterfly next to it.
Nakayama Tadashi
Cho (Butterflies)
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
A girl with her head in profile, her brown hair is highlighted with white and yellow strands. In front of her is a purple, red, rellow, and white violet. Above it is a white circle. The background is faded gold and brown.
Nakayama Tadashi
Sumire (Violet)
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell