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Fig. 15. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Restored elevation sketch of a bracket from the city gate, detail, showing the different decorative treatments of the two types of bracket discovered, 1924, pencil on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

05101_15

Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 16. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Full size profiles from Antioch of Pisidia, 1924, ink on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 17. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Detail of the mosaic pavement of the basilica, 1924, ink on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 18. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Restored elevation of the temple of Augustus and its surrounding colonnade, 1971, pencil on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 19. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Restored elevation of the propylaea or “Arch of Augustus” and the adjacent stairway, 1971, pencil on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 20. Frederick J. Woodbridge, Restored plan and section of the propylaea or “Arch of Augustus” and the adjacent stairway, 1971, pencil on paper.

Kelsey Museum Archives

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 21. George R. Swain, Stone pavement of the Tiberia Platea and the adjacent staircase after excavation in 1924.

Kelsey Museum Archives, 7.1113.

2005-2006

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Adrian Ossi

Architectural Reconstruction Drawings of Pisidian Antioch by Frederick J. Woodbridge

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Fig. 1. Jacques Callot, Enlisting of the Troops, no. 2 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.355.

2005-2006

05102_01

Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

05102_01

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Fig. 2. Jacques Callot, The Battle, no. 3 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.356.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 3. Jacques Callot, The Plundering, no. 4 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.357.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 4. Jacques Callot, Plundering of a Farm, no. 5 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.358.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

05102_04

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Fig. 5. Detail of fig. 4.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 6. Jacques Callot, Destruction of a Monastery, no. 6 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.371.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 7. Jacques Callot, Attack of the Coach, no. 8 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.360.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 8. Jacques Callot, The Strappado, no. 10 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.362.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

05102_08

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Fig. 9. Jacques Callot, The Hangman’s Tree, no. 11 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.363.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

05102_09

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Fig. 10. Jacques Callot, The Hospital, no. 15 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.367.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

05102_10

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Fig. 11. Jacques Callot, Dying by the Roadside, no. 16 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.368.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 12. Jacques Callot, The Peasants Revolt, no. 17 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.369.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Fig. 13. Jacques Callot, Distribution of Rewards, no. 18 from Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre, 1633, etching. Anonymous Gift for The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1972/2.370.

2005-2006

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Katie Hornstein

Just Violence: Jacques Callot’s Grandes Misères et Malheurs de la Guerre

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Full Record: x-05103-und-01/05103_01

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Fig. 1. Eugène Atget, Worker’s Interior, Rue de Romainville (Intérieur ouvrier, rue de Romainville), image from page 28 of the album Intérieurs Parisiens. This version is one photograph of a portfolio of 20 printed by Berenice Abbott from glass negatives made by Atget. Gold-toned gelatin silverprint, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1974/1.109.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 2. Eugène Atget, Interior of a Dramatic Artist, Rue Vavin (Intérieur d’un artiste dramatique, rue Vavin), 1910, photograph (printed on albumin paper) inset into the first page of the Musée Carnavalet’s version of the album Intérieurs Parisiens.

© Photothèque des musées de la ville de Paris / Cliché inconnu.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 3. Eugène Atget, Interior of Mr. R, Dramatic Artist, Rue Vavin (Intérieur de Monsieur R, artiste dramatique, rue Vavin), 1910, page 3 of the album.

© Photothèque des musées de la ville de Paris / Cliché Joffre.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 4. Eugène Atget, Interior of Mr. A, Industrialist, Rue Lepic (Intérieur de Monsieur A, Industriel, rue Lepic), 1910, page 39 of the album.

© Photothèque des musées de la ville de Paris / Cliché Joffre.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 5. Eugène Atget, Interior of Mr. A, Industrialist, Rue Lepic (Intérieur de Monsieur A, Industriel, rue Lepic), 1910, page 41 of the album.

© Photothèque des musées de la ville de Paris / Cliché Joffre.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 6. Eugène Atget, The Living Room of Mrs. C, Hatmaker, Place St. André des Arts (Le Salon de Madame C, Modiste, Place St André des arts), 1910, page 17 of the album.

© Photothèque des musées de la ville de Paris / Cliché Joffre.

2005-2006

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Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

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Fig. 7. Dornac and Cie, Edouard Pailleron (from the series “Nos contemporains chez eux”), ca. 1890, photograph printed on albumen paper and mounted on cardboard. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.

2005-2006

05103_07

Katie Hartsough Brion

Eugène Atget and the Fin de Siècle Interior: Revelatory Excess

05103_07

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Eleusis, Greece, second half of the fourth century BCE. Coin. Bronze with dark greenish and brown patina, Diam. 1 cm; Thickness 0.2 cm; Weight 3.32 g. Gift from the family of Dr. Abram Richards (after 1884), Kelsey Museum 26837

2005-2006

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Lyra D. Monteiro

A Silver Stater from Metapontum, Italy, in the Kelsey Museum

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Red-figure fish-plate. Campania, Italy, late fourth century BCE. Fired clay, 5 ˙ 19.5 cm. Gift from W. Dennison, 1899, from the collection of Canon Giuseppe de Crisco, Kelsey Museum 1084

2005-2006

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Lori Khatchadourian

A Campanian Red-figure Fish-plate in the Kelsey Museum

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Eleusis, Greece, second half of the fourth century BCE. Coin. Bronze with dark greenish and brown patina, Diam. 1 cm; Thickness 0.2 cm; Weight 3.32 g. Gift from the family of Dr. Abram Richards (after 1884), Kelsey Museum 26837

2005-2006

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Alexander Nagel

A Bronze Coin from Eleusis in the Kelsey Museum

05106_01

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Seleucia on the Tigris, Iraq, 143 BCE-70 CE. Head and bust: semidraped boy with jug. Terracotta with buff slip, 5.8 ˙ 5.0 cm. University of Michigan Excavations, Kelsey Museum 33701

2005-2006

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Hima B. Mallampati

Terracotta Figurine of a Boy with Jug in the Kelsey Museum

05107_01

Full Record: x-05108-und-01/05108_01

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Egypt, first century BCE to first century CE. Mosaic glass inlay depicting the head of a fish. Glass inlay, L. 5.5 cm. Ruthven Collection, Kelsey Museum 1965.3.135

2005-2006

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Lindsay Ambridge

A Glass Fish-head Inlay in the Kelsey Museum

05108_01

Full Record: x-05109-und-01/05109_01

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North Africa, Roman period, late second or third century CE. Roman coarseware casserole. Burnt-orange clay, Diam. 15.7 cm; H. ca. 12 cm. Donated by Byron Count De Prorok in 1924, Kelsey Museum 7000

2005-2006

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R. James Cook

A Roman Coarseware Casserole in the Kelsey Museum

05109_01

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Carrie Mae Weems, American, born 1953. After Manet, from May Days Long Forgotten, 2002. C-print. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.3

2005-2006

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Kirsten Olds

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Historically Resonant Portrait by Photographer Carrie Mae Weems

05110_01

Full Record: x-05111-und-01/05111_01

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Minagawa Gekka. Japanese, 1892-1987. Haori with flaming chrysanthemum design, ca. 1945-1950. Black damask silk with wax-resist patterns, hand-painted designs, and metallic thread embroidery. Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi, 2005/1.351

2005-2006

05111_01

Natsu Oyobe

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Colorful Japanese Haori

05111_01

Full Record: x-05112-und-01/05112_01

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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Dutch, 1836-1912. Vespasian hearing from one of his generals of the taking of Jerusalem by Titus, 1866. Oil on panel, 51 ˙ 38 cm. Museum purchase made possible with funds from the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.143

2005-2006

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Carole McNamara

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Oil Painting by Alma-Tadema

05112_01

Full Record: x-05113-und-01/05113_01

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Lion-faced tomb guardian. 三彩陶獅子頭鎮墓獸 陶 中國中原 盛唐 館藏品. North central China, Tang dynasty (618–907), early 8th century. Earthenware with sancai (tri-color) glaze in amber and brown (both iron oxide) and green (copper oxide), 70 × 24.13 × 6.03 cm. Gift of Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur in memory of Mrs. Wei-Djen D. Lo, 2004/2.132.1

2005-2006

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Maribeth Graybill

Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Tang Dynasty Tomb Sculpture

05113_01

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Casts of Kudurru, modern. Plaster cast, 55.5 x 20.5 x 17.5 cm. Unknown source. KM 2004.3.1

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Figurine of a woman, Parthian period. Clay, 6 x 4.5 x 2 cm.

Seleucia, Iraq. University of Michigan Excavations. KM 2004.2.2

2005-2006

05115_02

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

05115_02

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Cuneiform inscriptions, modern. Plaster casts, 58 x 50 x 10 cm each. Unknown source. KM 2004.3.3–4

2005-2006

05115_03

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

05115_03

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Katsukawa, Shunshô, Japanese, 1726–1792. A Scene from Act Two of The Treasury of Loyal Retainers, late 1770s. Color woodblock print, 26.3 x 19.6 cm. Museum purchase made possible by Mary Palmer, 2004/2.145

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_01

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Chicken-headed ewer, Southeast China, Zhejiang or Jiangsu Province, Eastern Jin period (317–420). Stoneware with black glaze, 17 x 13 x 12.6 cm. Gift of Ping and Zenobia Lee, 2005/2.93

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_02

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Shallow bowl with “flowing water” design, Neolithic Majiayao Culture, Majiayao Phase, 3200–2700 BCE. Earthenware with black slip painted designs, 33 x 13 cm. Gift of Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur in memory of Mrs. Wei-Djen D. Lo, 2004/2.133

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_03

Full Record: x-05116-und-04/05116_04

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Chihuly, Dale, American, born 1941. Soft Cylinder with Blanket Drawing, Cobalt Violet (Basket Series), 1988. Blown glass sculpture with white, black, and red-ochre pigments, 22 x 23 x 21.4 cm. Bequest of the Estate of David Caldwell Leedy, 2005/2.32

2005-2006

05116_04

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_04

Full Record: x-05116-und-05/05116_05

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Vinckboons, David, Flemish, 1576–ca. 1632. Landscape, late 16th–early 17th century. Pen, ink, and brown and blue wash on laid paper, 30.48 x 41.91 cm. Gift of the Nathan T. Whitman Trust, 2004/2.17

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_05

Full Record: x-05116-und-06/05116_06

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Thai. Manuscript cabinet, 19th-early 20th century. Lacquered and gilt wood with appliquéd mirrors, 120.5 x 89.5 x 64 cm. Gift of Doris Duke’s Southeast Asian Art Collection, 2005/1.467

2005-2006

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_06

Full Record: x-05116-und-07/05116_07

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Dogancay, Burhan, Turkish, born 1929. Faschismus, 1997.

Collage, acrylic, pencil, chalk, and sand on cardboard, 87.6 x 68.6 cm. Anonymous gift, 2005/2.64

2005-2006

05116_07

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_07

Full Record: x-05116-und-08/05116_08

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Goicolea, Anthony, American, born 1971. Last Supper, 1999. Cibachrome print, 101.6 x 195.6 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.9

2005-2006

05116_08

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_08

Full Record: x-05116-und-09/05116_09

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Calder, Alexander, American, 1898–1976. Young Girl and Her Train, ca. 1970. Color lithograph, 75.5 x 58.5 cm. Gift of Jane Turczyn and Mike Ennis in memory of Shirley and Lee Kollins, 2004/2.125

2005-2006

05116_09

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_09

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Delacroix, Eugène, French, 1798–1863. Les Ecrevisses à Longchamps, 1822. Lithograph, 35.56 x 50.8 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.140

2005-2006

05116_10

Accessions to the Collection: July 2004–December 2005: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

05116_10