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&quot;Rosetsu uses the wisteria tree to frame the painting and to create two separate planes, the foreground and the background. While doing this, he does not paint a very prominent background, thus making the foreground landscape more important and the focal point of the painting...The sinewy shape of the wisteria dominates the painting. There appear to be two separate trunks rooted to a small sliver of land pictured at the left side of the image. These trunks merge into one stem, forming a curve that snugly holds the monkey&rsquo;s body. The branch continues upward, disappearing at one point until it reappears, winding around the right side of the painting. Rosetsu uses a dark ink to create the trunk and branches of the wisteria, and there does not appear to be any indication of shading or altering the color to appear lighter. This darkening is especially noticeable compared to the stark, white flowers at the top of the painting. Their stems are soft and wispy, as if they are floating in the air.&quot;<br /
Nagasawa Rosetsu [DELETE]
Monkey Seated on a Wisteria Branch
1770 – 1780
Museum purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1986/1.166
Two girls, depicted in bold geometric shapes and block colors, reading a book together. The figure seated at viewer's right, slightly taller, is green and wearing yellow. The figure at viewer's left has a face of blue and white and is clothed in red resting her clasped hands upon an open book.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish (culture or style))
Two Girls Reading (Deux Enfants Lisant)
03/28/1934
Gift of The Carey Walker Foundation
1994/1.67

Agostino Carracci (Italian (culture or style))
Amphitrite
18th century
Gift of George Baumgartner in memory of Max Baumgartner
2002/2.113

Alfred Leslie (American (North American))
Mary Wigman's Dance Class
1973
Gift of Maurice and Margo Cohen, Birmingham, Michigan
2002/2.114
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

Jean-Jacques Hauer (French (culture or style))
General Lafayette and Madame Roland Drawing a Plan for the Festival of the French Federation in 1791
1791
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1895.39
Man inspecting a pistol surrounded by three other men. Surrounded by weaponry.
Lajos Kolozsvary
The Arms Merchant
1871 – 1943
Given in honor of Chilton Rupert Stearns, brother of Miss Isabelle Stearns
1943.153

Burhan Cahit Doğançay (Turkish (culture or style))
Nude No. 029
1970
Anonymous Gift
2019/2.18
Two women clad in flowing robes sit beneath a curved colonnade at the center of this delicately painted scene. The woman on the left, wearing a blue mantle, holds a lyre in her right hand and leans toward her companion, who holds open a musical score on her lap to which she points with her right hand. Books are piled on the steps next to the woman on the left and a putto sits next to her with a scroll unrolled across his lap. A second putto stands next to the other seated woman and plays a viol. A winged putto hovers over the heads of the two women, holding a small trumpet in his left hand and a laurel crown in his right, which he is about to place on the head of the woman with the lyre. Two bust-length portraits of men in oval frames wreathed with laurel hang from the columns in the background.
Charles Joseph Natoire
L'Alliance de la Poésie et de la Musique (The Alliance of Poetry and Music)
1741 – 1751
Museum purchase made possible by the George Green Fund
1994/1.81

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Ôtsu-e: Warrior Monk of Mii Temple Tossing Armor
1950 – 1989
Gift of Rudolf and Mary Arnheim
1989/1.75

Maruyama Ōshin
Chinese Beauty
1700 – 1749
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1989/2.108
A nude, muscular man, seen from behind, leans upon his left leg, which is propped on a rock. He grasps a stick for support with his left hand, while bending his torso to the right and looking downward.  The lighting and colors vaguely suggest an outdoor environment.<br />
Ubaldo Gandolfi;Gaetano Gandolfi (Italian (culture or style))
Study of a Standing Male Nude
1760 – 1780
Gift from the Joseph F. McCrindle Collection in memory of Frederick A. den Broeder
2008/2.199.2
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