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Beyond Pop's Image: The Immateriality of Everyday Life

Fig. 1. Richard Hamilton, Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? 1956, collage.

Christina Chang

2004 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/DACS, London

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Beyond Pop's Image: The Immateriality of Everyday Life

Fig. 2. Andy Warhol, Campbell's Soup Can-Pepper Pot, 1975, mixed media.

Christina Chang

Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1988/1.86

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Beyond Pop's Image: The Immateriality of Everyday Life

Fig. 3. This 1953 publicity photograph of Marilyn Moroe by photographer Gene Korman, bearing Andy Warhol's crop marks, was the source image for Warhol's Marilyn series.

Christina Chang

2004 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/ARS, New York. TM 2005 Marilyn Monroe, LLC by CMG Worldwide, Inc./www.MarilynMonroe.com

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Michigan MS 147, the Piccolomini Family, and the Tuscan Trade in Books all'antica

Fig. 1. Frontispiece, from Satires of Juvenal. Mich. MS 147, f. 1.

Timothy McCall

Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.

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Michigan MS 147, the Piccolomini Family, and the Tuscan Trade in Books all'antica

Fig. 2. Frontispiece, from Satires of Persius, Mich. MS 147, f. 94v.

Timothy McCall

Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.

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Michigan MS 147, the Piccolomini Family, and the Tuscan Trade in Books all'antica

Fig. 3. Ornamentation, from Satires of Persius, Mich. MS 147, f. 108v.

Timothy McCall

Special Collections Library, University of Michigan

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Michigan MS 147, the Piccolomini Family, and the Tuscan Trade in Books all'antica

Fig. 4. Interior View of the Piccolomini Library with frescoes by Pintoricchio and statue of the three Graces. Libreria Piccolomini, Duomo, Siena, Italy.

Timothy McCall

Scala / Art Resource, NY.

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Michigan MS 147, the Piccolomini Family, and the Tuscan Trade in Books all'antica

Fig. 5. Pintoricchio (Italian, 1454-1513), Pius II summons an assembly in Mantua for a crusade against the Turks. Libreria Piccolomini, Duomo, Siena, Italy.

Timothy McCall

Scala / Art Resource, NY.

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 1. Doll-figurine, single piece of textile and palm cording, with pebbles creating the head, 11 * 13 cm. KM 26416(not previously published.)

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 2. Assortment of Karanis artifacts including textile dolls from expedition photograph (5.3681). In the second row, from right to left are: KM 7513, KM 7512, Cairo Museum 54788, KM 7523, Km 7506. Sixth from right is KM 7508, excluded from this study; note the considerable size difference and lack of human characteristics.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 3. Large example of doll-figurine, with wooden stick arms, 11 * 12 cm. KM 7513.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 4. Doll-figurine illustrating eyes, mud-hair-sprang component, 9.5 * 5 cm. KM7512.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 5. Small example of doll-figurine, papyrus, 3 * 1.5 cm. KM 3647.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 6. Doll-figurine illustrating basic compositional elements, 8.5 * 5 cm. KM 26415 (not previously published.)

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 7. Swaddled doll-figurine, 8 * 3 cm. KM 26413.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 8. Doll-figurine with plaited hair, 7.5 * 8.5 cm. KM 3543 (not previously published.)

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 9. Plan of houses C54, C55, and C75.

Karen Johnson

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 10. Textile doll, from child's grave at Saqqara.

Karen Johnson

Quibell 1907, pl. XXXVIII, no. 4

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Textile and Papyrus Figurines from Karanis

Fig. 11. Textile doll, provenance unknown.

Karen Johnson

Hoeber 1912, fig. 15

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Photograph and drawing of a bulla from Kedesh showing Aphrodite represented as a naked figure bathing (fig. 7, no,Aph 1). Scale 4:1.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Photograph and drawing of a bulla from Kedesh showing Aphrodite represented as a naked figure bathing (fig. 7, no,Aph 1). Scale 4:1.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 1. Distribution map of Hellenisic archives.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 2. Numbers of bullae from Hellenistic archives, excluding the 100,000+ sealings found at Zeugma.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 3. Plan of the Hellenistic administrative building at Kedesh.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 4. Subjects on bullae from Kedesh

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 5. Subjects on bullae from Seleucia

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 6. Selected Athena sealings from Kedesh. Scale 2:1.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 7. Selected Aphrodite sealings from Kedesh. Scale 2:1.

Sharon C. Herbert

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The Hellenistic Archives from Tel Kedesh (Israel) and Seleucia-on-the-Tigris (Iraq)

Fig. 8. Selected Tyche sealings from Kedesh. Scale 2:1.

Sharon C. Herbert

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Two Coptic Tax Receipts from Jeme in the Kelsey Museum

Kelsey Museum 25069 front (top left) and back (bottom left) and Kelsey Museum 25095 front (top right) and back (bottom right).

T.G. Wilfong

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A Clay Sealing from Karanis in the Kelsey Museum

Fig. 1. Excavation photo of Granary C123, showing the vaulted chambers and storage bins in which the sealings were discovered.

Jennifer E. Gates

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A Clay Sealing from Karanis in the Kelsey Museum

Fig. 2. Kelsey Museum 24431.

Jennifer E. Gates

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A Sumerian Messenger Text in the Kelsey Museum

obverse

Nicole Brisch

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A Sumerian Messenger Text in the Kelsey Museum

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Nicole Brisch

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An Unprovenanced Cycladic Folded-Arm Figurine in the Kelsey Museum

Left to right: front, side, and back views of Kelsey Museum 1983.4.1.

John F. Cherry

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A Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Assemblage by Betye Saar

Betye Saar. American, born 1926. Colored, 2002. Mixed-media assemblage with hand mirror, 36.8 ˙ 76.2 ˙ 3.8 cm. Museum of Art purchase made possible through the generosity of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis and the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2003/1.406

Sean M. Ulmer

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A Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: New Work by Sally Mann

Sally Mann. American, born 1951. Untitled [Manassas #28], 2001. Gelatin silver enlargement made from wet-plate collodion negative, dry-mounted, and coated with custom matte-surface varnish, 101.6 ˙ 127 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.129

James Christen Steward

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A Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: A Grand Manner Portrait by François Gérard

François Gérard. French, 1770-1837. Detail of Portrait of Maximilien-Sébastian Foy, 1826. Oil on canvas, 229 ˙ 141 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2004/2.8

Katie Hornstein

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An Important Hoysala Dynasty Sculpture of Shiva at the Museum of Art

Anonymous. Bhairava. India, Karnataka. Hoysala period, 12th century. Chloritic schist, 87 ˙ 54.8 ˙ 22.8 cm. Gift of Nesta and Walter Spink in honor of Vishakha Desai and Robert Oxnam, 2001/2.131

Robert J. Del Bontà

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003–June 2004: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Sommer, Giorgio, Italian, 1834-1914. Untitled (Room of sculpture in the Naples Museum), ca. 1880. Naples, Italy. Paper dimensions: 33 x 25.1 cm. Image dimensions: 25.5 x 20.1 cm . Catalogue number 1563, KM 2003.5.41

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003–June 2004: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Brogi, Giacomo, Italian, 1822-1881. Bottega del Mercante d’olio, ca. 1880. Pompeii, Italy. Paper dimensions: 25.3 x 33 cm. Image dimensions: 19.9 cm x 25.4 cm. Catalogue number 5260. KM 2003.5.11

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003–June 2004: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Unknown photographer. Casa del Poeta, ca. 1880. Pompeii, Italy. Paper dimensions: 25.3 x 33 cm . Image dimensions: 20.5 x 25.7 cm. Catalogue number 1210. KM 2003.5.9

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Bourke-White, Margaret, American, 1904-1971. Beach Accident, Coney Island, New York, 1952, ca. 1950s. Gelatin silver print on board, 152.4 x 193 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Withers, 2003/2.75

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Erinile pot lid. Terracotta with indigo pigment, 21 x 20 x 23 cm. Gift of Dr. Daniel and Sandra Mato, 2003/2.34

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Ovoid vase, ca. 1930-1950. Stoneware with iron glaze; scallop design created with wax resist, 24.8 x 19.6 x 16 cm.

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Spurr, 2003/2.15

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Hourglass-shaped tall ceremonial stand, 5th-6th century. Stoneware, 45.3 x 25 cm. Gift of Bruce and Inta Hasenkamp and Museum purchase made possible by Elder and Mrs. Sang-Yong Nam, 2004/1.178

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Reticulated water dropper with crane design, 18th-19th century. Porcelain with underglaze copper painting, 15.5 x 20 cm. Gift of Bruce and Inta Hasenkamp and Museum purchase made possible by Elder and Mrs. Sang-Yong Nam, 2004/1.279

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Wine cup and stand, 12th century. Stoneware with celadon glaze, 5.8 x 14.6 cm. Gift of Bruce and Inta Hasenkamp and Museum purchase made possible by Elder and Mrs. Sang-Yong Nam, 2004/1.235A and B

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

Korean. Comb chest (Jage Bitjeup), 19th century. Wood with mother-of-pearl inlay, 29.8 x 27.5 x 25.7 cm. Gift of Inta and Bruce Hasenkamp and Museum purchase made possible by Elder and Mrs. Sang-Yong Nam, 2004/1.314

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Accessions to the Collection: July 2003-June 2004: The University of Michigan Museum of Art

African (Nigeria, Yoruba). Esu Dance staff (Ogo Esu), ca. 1880-1940. Wood, shells, metal, leather, seeds, 56 x 32 x 20 cm Gift of Dr. Daniel and Sandra Mato, 2003/2.26

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