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A shoulder-length portrait of a man occupies the bottom half of the image.  The upper portion of the image is untouched.  The man's head is silhouetted against a very dark background created by dense marks and hatching that prints very dark.  The man looks away from the viewer to the left; behind his head is a partially drawn crow or raven.  The man has short hair, moustache and beard.
Paul Gauguin
Portrait de Stéphane Mallarmé
1891
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
2007/2.18

Leonard Pytlak
Underpass
1939
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1991/2.4
A young boy stands in profile, leaning against the trunk of a tree set in a woods with reflections in the foreground of a pond or small stream. The boy faces the light, casting deep shadows against the tree, and looks upwards.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
Seymour
1859
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1988/2.22

Barbara Willson
Lunch on the Project
1939
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1988/2.12
This engraving is a vertical format. Dominating the foreground are three figures on a slight hill with a large tree. In front of the tree is the corpse of Abel (a strong young man with flowing cloth around his waist) with his head in the shadows. Kneeling over him are Adam and Eve. Adam, a muscular older man with a white beard, clutches his hands together and leans toward his dead son. Eve, covered only from the waist down, throws her arms out in the air above her son and moves towards him on her knees. The tree behind them has a sturdy trunk that splits into three heavy branches and these limbs echo the placement of Eve's back and right arm. On the right is a road leading to a background scene.In the far background Cain and Abel are shown making offerings to God on altars, with Abel’s offering rising higher than Cain’s. In the middle ground along the road, Cain is shown raising a weapon to kill Abel. At the bottom of the work are four lines of text and a signature.<br />
Jan Saenredam;Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch (culture or style);Dutch (culture or style))
Adam and Eve Lamenting over the Corpse of Abel, plate 6 from History of the First Parents of Man, set of six prints
1604
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1996/2.3
This black and white print shows a nude woman and young boy with wings within an oval shape.The woman is lounging on a draped surface and has her arm around the boy. He is facing toward her and pushing an arrow against her left breast. Other smaller scenes surround these figures including, a woman in a chariot drawn by swans; a man and a woman conversing in a forest; two figures in a landscape scene and two birds nestled together. Outside the oval in the corners of the work are hearts, flaming arrows and roses . At the bottom is Latin lettering.
Hendrick Goltzius
Venus and Cupid
1591 – 1601
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1998/2.17

Elizabeth Murray
Undoing
1989 – 1990
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
2000/1.38

Douglas Huebler
Fireworks, August 5, 1996
1984
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
2008/1.159

Leonard Pytlak
Underpass
1939
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1991/2.3

Niccolò Boldrini
The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine
1535 – 1545
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1995/2.2

John Willenbecher
Untitled
1986
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1987/1.156

Georg Schmidt
Maurice Quentin de la Tour, after a Self-Portrait
1772
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1988/2.24
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