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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 1. Cylinder-impressed chalice, bucchero, late seventh - early sixth century BCE, from Tarquinia?, Italy, Diam. 15 cm, H. 145 cm.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 2. Cylinder-impressed chalice, detail.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 3. Chalice relief scene.

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Drawing: author, after Scalia 1968, 365, fig. 3b.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 4. Relief frieze from the Vace situla.

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Drawing: author, after Bonfante 1981, fig. 7.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 5. The Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia.

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Photo: author.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Fig. 6. Back wall of the Tomb of the Old Man, Tarquinia.

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Photo: after Poulsen 1922, fig. 30.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 7. Etruscan intaglio of seated Zeus with bird.

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Drawing: author, after Richter 1968-1971, vol. 1, fig 738.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

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Fig. 8. Etruscan mirror depicting divinities.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 9. Terracotta frieze from Velletri..

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Drawing: author, after Sinos 1994, 102, fig. 11.4.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 10. Cylinder-impressed relief depicting Potnia Theron at center.

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Drawing: author, after Scalia 1968, 377, fig. 6c.

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An Etruscan Bucchero Chalice in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Kevin Dicus

Fig. 11. Cylinder-impressed relief with winged divinity at center.

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Drawing: author, after Scalia 1968, 377, fig. 6d.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 1. Necklace of faience beads with carnelian amulet, ca. 1570-1293 BCE (Eighteenth Dynasty), from Gurob, Egypt, 12.2 x 2 cm. William Flinders Petrie Donation, 1921, KM 1879.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 2. Letter of William Flinders Petrie to Francis W. Kelsey, 26 September 1921.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 3. Bill for shipping of Petrie artifacts to Francis W. Kelsey via the SS Maine, 30 September 1921.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 4. Receipt for University of Michigan subscription to the British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Egyptian Research Account, 2 March 1922.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 5. Top view of calcite bowl, ca. 3100-2900 BCE (First Dynasty), from Lahun, Egypt, Diam. 15.8 cm, H. 5 cm. William Flinders Petrie Donation, 1921, KM 1913.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 6. Side view of calcite bowl, ca. 3100-2900 BCE (First Dynasty), from Lahun, Egypt, Diam. 15.8 cm, H. 5 cm. William Flinders Petrie Donation, 1921, KM 1913.

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The Petrie Gift in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology

Diana Ng

Fig. 7. Shabti figure, wood and paint; ca. 1293-1185 BCE (Nineteenth Dynasty), from Sedment, Egypt, 19 x 6.3 x 4.5 cm. William Flinders Petrie Donation, 1921, KM 1903.

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Two Shabtis of Pinudjem II, High Priest of Amun, in the Kelsey Museum

T.G. Wilfong

Shabti figures of Pinudjem II, Egypt, Western Thebes, Deir de Bahri (tomb DB320), ca. 969 BCE. Faience, ink, 16.5 x 5.5 x 4 cm (KM 1971.2.169), 17 x 5 4.5 cm (KM 1971.2.170). Museum purchase, 1971; ex Bay View Collection, Kelsey Museum, 1971.2.169, 1971.2.170.

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An Etruscan Cinerary Urn in the Kelsey Museum

Laura Banducci

Cinerary urn, Provenance unknown but probably Chiusi, Italy, mid-second century BCE. Terracotta, urn dimensions: L. 44 cm, H. 27 cm, Diam. 20 cm; lid dimensions: L. 44.5 cm, H. 12 cm, Diam. 23 cm. Kelsey Museum 1461.

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Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Oil Painting by Joseph Wright of Derby

Carole McNamara

Joseph Wright of Derby, British, 1734-1797, The Dead Solider, 1789, Oil on canvas, 126.4 x 162.6 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund and anonymous individual benefactors, 2006/1.156.

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Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Korean Lacquer Box

Natsu Oyobe

Box with double dragon design, Joseon period (1392-1910), nineteenth century, lacquered wood with mother-of-pearl, tortoise shell, and copper wire inlays, 19.5 x 77 x 45 cm. Gift of Linda Dresner Levy and Ed Levy, Jr., 2007/2.8.

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Recent Museum of Art Acquisition: Structural Constellation Drawing by Josef Albers

Brendan Fay

Josef Albers, German-born American, 1888-1976. Untitled, (Structural Constellations drawing), ca. 1955, pen and ink on half-inch grid paper ruled in blue, 20.5 x 27.9 cm. Gift of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in memory of Charles H. Sawyer, 2007/2.5.

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

China. Everything You Wish in the Nine Heavens: Gods of Wealth Increase Good Fortune, 20th Century. Color woodblock print, 81.6 x 26.13 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.49

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Japan, Edo Period (1615-1868). Armor and helmet, 19th century. Metal, lacquer, silk cords, and silk fabric, 152.4 x 67.31 x 59.69 cm. Gift of James Abbott 2006/1.146A-M

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China. Flat basket, 20th century. Woven bamboo, 7 x 38.5 x 38.5 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.36

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China. Blue and white shallow plate, 18th - 19th century. Porcelain with blue underglaze painting, 4.13 x 18.73 x 18.73 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.53

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Japan. Blue and white storage jar, 19th century. Porcelain with blue underglaze painting, 21.6 x 18.4 x 18.4 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.58A&B

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Markham Art Pottery, United States, 1905-1921. Pitcher, 1904-1913. Stoneware with matte glaze, 28.2 x 9 x 14.6 cm. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. E. Thurston Thieme, from the collection of Professor and Mrs. Hugo Paul Thieme, March 26, 2007, 2007/1.98

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Guercino, Italy, 1591-1666. Esther and Ahasuerus, 1639. Pen and ink, 8.7 x 10.5 cm. Museum purchase in honor of Professor Marvin Eisenberg, made possible by funds contributed by colleagues, friends, and former students, 2008/1.161

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Klimt, Gustav, Austria, 1862-1918. Standing Female Nude, 1903-1904. Graphite on paper, 44.45 x 30.48 cm. Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection, 2007/2.83.

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Boltanski, Christian, France, born 1944. Monument to the Lycee Chases, 1989. Gelatin silver prints, biscuit tins, electric cables, and sixty-eight light bulbs, 300 x 200 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund and anonymous individual benefactors, 2006/1.154

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Chang Ku-nian, China (Shanghai, 1906-1987, Flint, Michigan). Chrysanthemum and Rock, 1980. Ink and light color on paper, 67 x 49.8 cm. Gift of Dr. Cheng-Yang and Mrs. Shirley Chang, 2006/1.133

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Hoppner, John, England, 1758-1810. Portrait of Sir Foster Cunliffe, 3rd Bt. of Acton Park, Wrexham, Denbingshire (1787-1810). Oil on canvas, 267.97 x 176.53 x 12.7 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Fund, 2007/2.1

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Huang Yue, China, 1750-1841. Landscape, 1831. Ink on paper, 28 x 31.6 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.22.2

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Japan. Sutra fragment, calligraphy in block script, 12th-13th century. Ink on paper, 31.2 x 15.2 cm. Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing, 2006/2.31

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Weik, Roger, American, born 1949. In a Dream, right section of a triptych, 2006. Emulsion and pigments on canvas, 25 x 20 x 4 cm. Gift of the artist, 2007/1.102.3

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Yi Sang-Boem, Korea, 1899-1978. Landscape of the Seasons, 1943. Ten fold screen; ink and color on paper, 198.12 x 468 x 2 cm. Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Seong H. Chi, 2007/2.10

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Hofer, Candida, Germany, born 1944. Basilica de Palacio Nacional de Mafra, 2006. C-print, 254.95 x 204.79 x 5.4 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2007/2.15

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Kertesz, Andre, United States, 1894-1985. Underwater Swimmer, August 31, 1917, Eszterom, Hungary, 1917. Gelatin silver print, 11 x 14 cm. Gift of Dr. Seymour S. Adelson and Barbara K. Adelson, 2008/1.155

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo, United States, 1894-1946. Radio Tower, Berlin, 1928. Gelatin silver print, 25.3 x 19 cm. Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara Adelson, 2007/2.59.

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Muniz, Vik, United States, born 1961. Death of Chatterton, from "Pictures of Chocolate," 2000. Cibachrome mounted on aluminum, 130.81 x 171.61 x 5.08 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, 2006/1.153

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Calder, Alexander, United States, 1898-1976. Sunburst, 1974. Screenprint, 50.8 x 66.04 cm. Gift of Dr. Sheldon and Jessie Stern, 2006/2.75

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Carter, Clarence Holbrook, United States, 1904-2000. Balancing Act, 1976. Serigraph, 88.6 x 66 cm. Gift of Paul O. Koether, 2007/1.93.

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Gauguin, Paul, France, 1848-1903. Portrait de Stephane Mallarme, 1891. Etching, drypoint, engraving and aquatint, printed in brown ink on cream wove paper, 48.5 x 36.1 cm. Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund, 2007/2.18

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Accessions to the Collection: January 2006 - June 2008: University of Michigan Museum of Art

Urhobo Peoples, Akpojivi of Orhokpokpo. Shrine Figure (edjo), 1900-1950. Wood, pigment, 184.15 x 43.18 x 40.64 cm. Gift of Robert and Lillian Montalto Bohlen, 2006/2.73

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