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Alumni Development Fund Exhibition Recent Accessions

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Alumni Development Fund Exhibition Recent Accessions

September 1 – 30

 

Thirty-nine recent additions to the notable collection acquired for the Museum through the generosity of Alumni grants. Varied in style, country and period, the current selection includes original graphics by Durer, Picasso, Klee, Blake, Albers, Ensor, Grosz and Vasarely. Sculpture and ceramics by national and regional artists are represented.

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  • Joseph Albers. German-America. (1888- ) Homage to the Square. WLS Series. Lithograph. 1966.
  • Richard Anuskiewicz. American (1930- ). One of Six. Serigraph. 1965.
  • John Taylor Arms. American (1887-1953). Gothic Spirit. Etching. 1922.
  • Max Beckmann. German (884-1950). Toilette vor dem Spiegel. Drypoint. 1923.
  • William Blake. British (1757-1827). Book of Job. Engraving. 1825.
  • Reg Butler. British (1913- ). Figure in Space. Lithograph. 1963.
  • Salvador Dali. Spanish (1904- ). Portrait of El Greco. Etching. 1966.
  • Tony Delap. American (1927- ). Triple Trouble. Serigraph. 1967.
  • John Silk Deckard. American (1941- ). Mob-Rapture. Engraving. E.A.
  • Albrecht Durer. German (1471-1528). Female Proportions. Woodcut. 1528.
  • Albrecht Durer. German (1471-1528). The Flagellation. Woodcut. 1528.
  • Gerard Edelinck. Dutch (1640-1707). Portrait of Rene DesCartes. Engraving.
  • James Ensor. Belgian (1860-1949). From Scenes of The Life of Christ. Laissez Venir a Moi Les Petits Enfants. Lithograph. 1921.
  • Henri Fantin-Latour. French (1836-1904). Venus et L’Amour. Lithograph. 1869.
  • Kenneth Ferguson. American. Salt Glaze Jar. Stoneware. 1967.
  • Kenneth Ferguson. American. Raku Jar. Stoneware. 1967.
  • James Griffith. American (1940- ). Man-365. Wood and aluminum. 1967.
  • George Grosez. German (1893-1959). Lotte, Nude. Lithograph. 9/40.
  • Otto Heino. American. Ceramic Bowl. 1962.
  • Monte Hoke. American. Bottle. Stoneware. 1967.
  • Winslow Homer. American (1879-1910). See Say. Gloucester, Massachusetts. Wood Engraving. 1874.
  • Paul Klee. Swiss (1879-1940). Why Does He Run? Etching. 1932.
  • Armin Landeck. American (1905- ). Staircase. Engraving. 1950.
  • Roy F. Lichtenstein. American (1923- ). On. Etching. 1962.
  • Barry McDowell. American (1923- ). Tripod. Bronze. 1964.
  • Dale McKinney. American (1911- ). The That-a-way machine. Kinetic Sculpture. 1967.
  • Tom Manhart. American. Bowl. Stoneware. 1967.
  • Reginald March. American (1898-1954). G-String. Etching. c.1935.
  • Roberto Echaurren Matta. Chilean (1912- ). Composition. Etching.
  • Peter W. Milton. American. Victoria’s Children. Etching. 1967.
  • Nathan Oliveira. American (1928- ). Woman’s Face, State II. Lithograph. 1966.
  • Pablo Picasso. Spanish (1881- ). The Dreams Lies of Franco. Etching. 1937.
  • Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. French (1824-1898). Head of Girl. Lithograph.
  • Bridget Riley. British. Number 8. Serigraph on Plastic.
  • Peter Sedgley. British (1930- ). Looking Glass II. Serigraph. 1966.
  • Gino Severini. Italian (1883- ). Danseuse. Lithograph.
  • Ryohei Tanake. Japanese (1935- ). Corn. Etching.
  • Robert Turner. American. Covered Jar. Stoneware. 1966.
  • Victor de Vasarely. Hungarian-French. (1900- ). Grille. Serigraph. 1963.