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Artist Title/Year Medium Dimensions (Donor/Gift)
1. John Bolles Line Two, 1978 etching25"x16"(Gift of Edith & Otto Boles)
2. Agostino Carracci Portrait of a Titian, 1587 engraving 12.5"x9.5" (Gift of the Booth family)
3. Thomas Moran Sunset, 1884 etching 11"x9.5" (Regina Slatkin)
4. Albrecht Durer Descent From the Cross, 1509-11 woodcut 5"x3"x75" (Museum Collection)
5. Hokusai Odawaza, 1800's woodblock print 4.5"x6.5" (Museum Collection)
6. Rockwell Kent Starlight, 1930 wood engraving 5.25"x 7" (Gift of Sally Kent Gorton)
7. Steve Keister Untitled I, 1990 graphite/paint 14"x 17" (Gift of Robert Risman)
8. George Hofmann Ice Floe, 1996-98 acrylic 11"x15" (on loan from artist)
9. Diane Fine "28" acrylic and graphite 14"x17" (on loan from artist)
10. George Hofmann Snow, 1990 acrylic 30"x22" (on loan from artist)
11. George Hofmann Paroxysm, 1990 acrylic paper 30"x22" (on loan from artist)
12. Diane Fine Untitled graphite/paste/acrylic 22.25"x30" (on loan from artist)
13. Hugo Weber Action Abstraction, 1957 watercolor 18.75"x20.5" (on loan from Bette and Edward Brohel)
14. Paul Klee Why Does He Run?, 1932 etching on zinc 9.25"x11.5" (Museum Collection)
15. Diane Fine Untitled graphite collage 14"x17" (on loan from artist)
16. Andrew Dunhill Untitled #1, 2001 ink 19.75"x25.5" (on loan from artist)
17. Peter Russom Inner working, 1987 pastel/graphite/conte 22"x30" (on loan from artist)
18. Don Osborn Sculpture Study, 1989 graphite 35"x28" (on loan from artist)
19. Don Osborn "Study for thoughts on Phidias", 1987 graphite 38.5"x26" (on loan from artist)
20. Peter Russom Inside Outside, 1987 pasel/graphite/conte 22"x30" (on loan from artist)
21. Andrew Dunhill Untitled #2, 2001 ink 10.5"x14.75" (on loan from artist)
22. Andrew Dunhill Untitled #3, 2001 ink 11"x14.75" (on loan from artist)
23. Andrew Dunhill Untitled #4, 2001 ink 10.5"x15" (on loan from artist)
24. Andrew Dunhill Untitled #5, 2001 ink 11'X14.75" (on loan from artist)
25. Giovanni Battista Piranesi Veduta dell Arco di
Settimio Sewero, 1772
etching 18.25"x28.25" (Museum Collection)
26. Conrad Marco Relli Y (maquette for tapestry),
circa 1960
paper and burlap 19.5"x25.75" (Gift of Regina Slatkin)
27. Adolph Gottlieb Black and Gray, 1967 screen print 24"x18" (Gift of American Foundation)
28. Maurice De Vlaminck The Bridge at Chatou, 1910 woodcut 21"x27.5 (Museum Collection)
29. Pablo Picasso The Sculpture, circa 1097-20 etching 10.25"x8.5" (Museum Collection)
30. Paul Cezanne Self Portrait, 1898 lithograph 18"x14" (Museum Collection)
31. Bill Mauldin Lyndon Johnson, 1966-76 charcoal 36"x24" (On loan from the student association)
32. David Hammons Tribes, 1991 lithograph 29.5"x14.25" (Gift from Robert Risman)
33. Steve Keister Untitled II (Green), 1990 graphite/paint 17"x14" (Gift from Robert Risman)
34. Mark Tobey Untitled, 1973 lithograph 30.5"x40" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
35. Brower Hatcher Untitled Proposals for Sculpture, 1990 colored pencil 19.5"x10.75" (Gift of the artist)
36. George Aden Ahgupuk Reindeer Roundup, 1936 pen/ink on oil skin 17.75"x35.5" (Gift from Sally Kent Gorton)
37. Shukai After Rain, 1920 painting on fabric 78"x18.5" (Gift of Alfred & Madeline Millet)
38. African/Congo/Kuba Tribal Dance Skirt, circa 1880-1890 tactile jute 123"x23.5 (on loan from the student association)
39. Evelyn Ellwood The Trees of Eden #6, 1986 acrylic 72"x60" (Gift of Louis K. Meisel)
40. Max Backmann Die Ideologen, 1919 lithograph 21"x29" (Museum Collection)
41. Japanese Two Courtesans, c.18th century colored wood engraving 4.5"x25.5" (on loan from the student association)
42. Mark Tobey Untitled #2, 1973 lithograph 14.5"x17.25" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
43. Kenny Scharf Fred Flintstone marker on steel plate 9"x14" (Gift of Robert Risman)
44. Dante Rossetti Study of Jane Marris, 1870 graphite 16.25"x12.75" (Gift of Jeriman Davern)
45. Philip Guston Suite of Five Non-objective Prints, 1966lithograph 29.75"x22" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
46. Sir Edward Burne-Jones Dorothy Drew, 1860
(granddaughter of Lord W. Gladstone)
charcoal/chalk 16"x11 5/8" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
47. Alan Green White Over Black, 1975 etching with aquatint 27"x21" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
48. Peter Russom Pledge, 1993 conte 25"x38 " (on loan from the artist)
49. Unknown Artist Autumn, 1890/late Menji
proto modern/Kakemono painting
sumi ink on rice 2 "x21 3/16" (Gift of Alfred & Madeline Millet)
50. Fritz Bultman Untitled, 1958 charcoal 29"x23" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
51. James Fitzgerald Study for Launching the Curragh IV, 1950sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 25 "x 18 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
52. James Fitzgerald Study for Launching the Curragh II, 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 25 "x 9 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
53. James Fitzgerald Study for Launching the Curragh III, 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 25 "x 19 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
54. James Fitgerald Study for Launching the Curragh I, 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 25"x 18 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
55. James Fitzgerald Study for the painting (Curragh Men), 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 18 "x 24 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
56. James Fitzgerald Study for A Curragh Man, 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 17 "x24 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
57. James Fitzgerald Lighthouse, Monhegan, 1950 brush ink 38"x28" (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
58. Rockwell Kent Moby Dick(scarf design), 1940 india ink & cutouts on illustration board 7 "x 17 " (Gift of Sally Kent Gorton)
59. Rick Mikkelson Field: Castelldetles, 1977 pen & ink 9"x13" (on loan from the artist)
60. Rick Mikkelson Field: Light & Dark, 1977 pen & ink 9"x13" (on loan from the artist)
61. Pierre Bonnard Le Parc Monceau, 1937 etching 11 1/2x 13 " (Museum Collection)
62. Julius Tobias A proposal for an Environmental
sculpture at the Sate University of New York,
Plattsburgh, 1980
graphite & ink 20 "x 29" (Gift of the artist)
63. Julius Tobias Sculpture for Meyers Gallery
designed & drawn by J. Tobias, 1980
graphite 21 "x 11 " (Gift of the artist)
64. Stephen Antonakos Design for Neon Sculpture,1991 graphite 43"x26" (Gift of Robert Risman)
65. Bernard Cohen In the Corner, 1965 ink & acrylic 29 "x21 " (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
66. Edouard Manet Portrait of a Cat, 1869 etching 5 "x 7" (Museum Collection)
67. Theophile Chauvel Barges Near Roven, 1890-1910 etching 10 "x 8 " (Gift of Regina Slatkin)
68. James Cameron Landscape, 1910 engraving with aquatint 11 "x 7 " (Gift of Regina Slatkin)
69. Carol Mane Vossler Environmental Sculpture Design, 1999 graphite 29 "x 14 (on loan from artist)
70. Elihu Vedder Full Figure of a Seated Woman, 1910charcoal & chalk 10"x 11 " (Gift of Regina Slatkin)
71. William Wegman Dog With Lampshade, 1983 screenprint 30 "x 12 " (Gift of Robert Risman)
72. Rockwell Kent Ressurrection Bay, Alaska, lithograph 14"x 10 " (Gift of Sally Kent Gorton)
73. James Fitzgerald Study for the Painting(Curragh Men) II, 1950 Sumi ink & Chinese white on rice paper 29 "x 38 " (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
74. John Bolles Rope #8, 1981 oil pastel 22 "x 29 " (Gift of Otto and Edith Bolles)
75.-80. Osanyin Staff I-VI Late 19th century forged iron (on loan from student association)
The staffs were in the honor of the Osanyin (healing God) who had special powers over herbalsim. They come from the Uruba tribal region and were made for special incantation ceremonies, as well as to hold medical instruments. Each staff is crowned with an imaginative bird, the symbol of the mother goddess, who rules all. Since they look like drawings in space and depend so critically on line, we included them in the exhibition.
81. Hand of the Pharoah Akenaten, 1580-1314 b.c.limestone sculpture 10"x9" (on loan from the student association)
82. Carol Mane VosslerUntitled, 2000 mono print 20"x24" (on loan from the artist)
83. Robert Motherwell The Africa Suite, 1975
ed.112/150
lithograph 40 "x 28 " (Gift from the Ackerman Foundation)
84. Robert Motherwell The Africa Suite, 1975
ed.85/150
lithograph 40 "x 28 " (Gift from the Ackerman Foundation)
85. Philip Guston Suite of Five Non-Objective Prints, 1966 lithograph 20"x28" (Gift of the Ackerman Foundation)
86. Peter Russom Level-Ground-Level, 1992 pastel & conte 18"x25" (on loan from the artist)
87. Steve Keister Untitled III, 1991 graphite & acrylic 14 "x10 " (Gift of Robert Risman)
88. James Fitzgerald Study for the Curragh Men II, 1950 watercolor 20"x24" (Gift of Ed and Ann Hubert)
89. Stever Keister Untitled IV (orange), 1990 graphite & acrylic 14"x17" (Gift of Robert Risman)
90. Steve Keister Untitled V (grape), 1990 graphite & acrylic 14"x17" (Gift of Robert Risman)
91. Steve Keister Untitled VI (blue), 1990 graphite & acrylic 14"x17" (Gift of Robert Risman)
#'s 83-85 are located on the outside wall of the Burke Gallery
#'s 86-91 are located in room 232

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