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A group of men with one woman discussing the moon in a room with a large opening on the left side.
Annibale Gatti (Italian (culture or style))
Galileo Showing Milton the Moon while Milton is on a Visit to Italy in 1637
1847 – 1909
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis

Jordan Kantor
Untitled (crew cabin)
2007 – 2008
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
Primitive painting depicting three sailboats in the foreground, and figures sitting around tables and standing on a lawn in the middle ground, with two houses in the background.<br />
Ann Murfee Allen
The Famous Picnic at Val Kill
Gift of The Daniel and Harriet Fusfeld Folk Art Collection
A boy on a chair with a girl at his feet. They are both looking outside. There is column and greenery outside.
William Winner
Sunny Hours
1835 – 1883
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
Ship chasing another ship. Shore on the right hand side of the painting.
Robert Hopkin
Chasing a Slaver
Gift of Mr. William Van Dyke
The cover format of the New York weekly newspaper The Village Voice is appropriated, with satirical headlines related to topical current events.
Jacob Atkinson;Conrad Atkinson
The Village Voice
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick

MS Leaf: Excerpts from the Evangelists
1367 – 1399
Museum Purchase
Mary holding on to her chest, gazing up towards the heavens.
Bartolomé Estebán Murillo (Spanish (culture or style))
The Virgin, from The Immaculate Conception
1617 – 1871
Presented by the Class of 1866
This painting shows the interior of a large prison room. There is a thick stone wall and iron grating. Three figures are the focal point of this composition. One man, in a dark blue cloak, is standing and faces two other men who stare intently at his face. One of them is seated with a leg iron, on a stone bench and the other leans on a stone ledge. They are are dressed in simple brown cloaks. The standing figure has a raised left arm and is gesturing with his hand outstretched toward the other figures.<br />
Nöel Hallé
Joseph Interpreting the Dreams of Pharoah's Servants
1742 – 1752
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern