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Results for credit_line:"Museum Purchase made possible by Joseph and Annette Allen"

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A - Wooden Box - Notches on top of two sides for lifting the lid off. Lid Separate.<br />
B - Wooden Lid - Paired with wooden box (A). Notches in middle for lifting lid.<br />
C - Ceramic Bowl - Small round base with slightly ridged surface, more along the interior. Dark brown glaze that lightens around the top lip. Light semi-circle shape in glaze at bottom, on both the interior and exterior of the bowl<br />
D - Ceramic Bowl - Small round base with a slighly irregular top rim. Dark brown glaze with specks showing the lighter underglaze. Lighter glaze shows more along top of rim, in a semicircular shape along the rim that can be seen on the interior and exterior.<br />
E - Ceramic Dish - Four peaked feet on the underside, showing unglazed ceramic at tip of feet. Dark brown glaze with irregular specks and stippling showing lighter underglaze. Curved surface with four corners being the highest points. Bit of white material stuck to one of the feet.<br />
F - Small Ceramic Bowl - Ridged surface that curves outw
Theaster Gates
Little Box for Starving Artists
2013
Museum Purchase made possible by Joseph and Annette Allen
2014/2.1

Enoc Perez
Lipstick Building
2015
Museum Purchase made possible by Joseph and Annette Allen
2016/1.197
Portrait of a white man with a powered hairstyle close to his ears and gathered back at the nape of his neck. He wears a dark coat and and is placed in front of a pink background. At the level of the man&#39;s face, the canvas is shredded into long, loosely hanging strips.&nbsp;
Titus Kaphar (American (North American))
Flay (James Madison)
2019
Museum Purchase made possible by Joseph and Annette Allen
2019/2.184
Strips of overlapping, multi-colored paper on a white background, the paper is blue, pink, purple, green, orange, and black.
Alvin D. Loving
Untitled
1975
Museum purchase made possible by Joseph and Annette Allen, the University of Michigan Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and the Director's Acquisition Committee, 2018
2018/2.88
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