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Ship chasing another ship. Shore on the right hand side of the painting.
Robert Hopkin
Chasing a Slaver
Gift of Mr. William Van Dyke
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

Jordan Kantor
Untitled (crew cabin)
2007 – 2008
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
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
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