Acquisitions
2004


 

Jan and/or Lucas Doetechum
(Netherlands, act. 1559–1593)
Netherlands, 16th C.
Rustic Solitude (Solicitudo Rustica) (after Pieter Breughel the Elder, Flanders [now Belgium], 1525/1530–1569)
Etching and engraving. Hollstein 8; Bastelaer 12
325 x 430 mm. (border); 335 x 435 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Käte Sachs; Hermann Fränkel; Hans H. Frankel, Edith Frankel Cooper, and Brigitte L. Bojarska, Menlo Park, CA
2004.1, Given in memory of Hermann and Lilli Fränkel by Hans H. Frankel, Edith Frankel Cooper, and Brigitte L. Bojarska

Johannes Teyler
(Netherlands, 1648–after 1697)
Netherlands, 17th C.
A Bird of Paradise and a Lizard
Etching colored on the plate and printed in blue, brown, orange, gray, and black ink
240 x 190 mm. (plate); 250 x 193 mm. (sheet; irregular edges noted)
Provenance: Jan Johnson (dealer), Montreal, Canada
2004.2, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

William Hogarth
(England, 1697–1764)
Great Britain (England), 18th C.
A Chorus of Singers 1732
Etching. Paulson 137 iii
175 x 165 mm. (plate); 205 x 182 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Private collection, England (since c. 1800); Andrew Edmunds (dealer), England; sold to Jonathan Bober, Austin, TX, by 1988; R.E. Lewis and Daughter Original Prints (dealer), San Rafael, CA
2004.3, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Ker-Xavier Roussel
(France, 1867–1944)
France, 19th C.
In the Snow (Dans la neige) or The Education of the Dog (L’education du chien) 1893
Color lithograph. Published in l’Estampe Originale; printed by Ancourt. Salomon 10; Stein & Karshaw 76
333 x 192 mm. (comp.); 588 x 410 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Irene and Howard Stein, Atlanta, GA; Catherine E. Burns (dealer), Oakland, CA
2004.4, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Sam Hernandez
(USA, b. 1948)
USA, 20th C.
Chance is a Fool’s Name for Fate 1981
Cedar, elm, tar, and enamel
83 x 46 x 20 in.
210.8 x 116.8 x 50.8 cm.
Provenance: Sam Hernandez (dealer), Watsonville, CA
2004.5, Modern and Contemporary Art Fund

Charles Paul Renouard
(France, 1845–1924)
France, 19th C.
Orchestra 1881
Etching and aquatint, from Le Nouvel Opéra. Béraldi XI.189
307 x 250 mm. (plate); 444 x 310 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Private collection, France; sold to Paul McCarron, Fine Prints and Drawings (dealer), New York, NY
2004.6, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Richard Long
(England, b. 1945)
Great Britain (England), 20th C.
Certificate for Georgia Granite Circle 1990
Black and red pencil on paper
8-1/4 x 11-3/4 in.
21 x 29.8 cm.
Provenance: Rita and Toby Schreiber, San Francisco, CA
2004.7, Gift of Rita and Toby Schreiber

Sean Scully
(USA, b. Ireland, 1945)
USA, 20th C.
Angel 1983
Oil on canvas
96 x 108 in. (96 x 54 in. each panel)
244 x 274 cm.
Provenance: Beadleston family; Knoedler Gallery (dealer), New York, NY
2004.8.a–b, Given in gratitude for Tom Seligman's leadership, vision, and friendship, by Jill and John Freidenrich and the Robert and Ruth Halperin Foundation

Tibet, 19th C.
Bon Deity
Opaque watercolor on cloth
33-3/4 x 23-1/4 in. (sight)
85.7 x 59.1 cm. (sight)
Provenance: Dr. Mark Levy, Oakland, CA
2004.9, Gift of Mark Levy

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China, 14th C.
Bowl
Ceramic (Junyao ware)
H. 3-1/8 in.; Dia. 6-7/8 in.
H. 7.9 cm.; Dia. 7.5 cm.
Provenance: Marsha Vargas (dealer), Menlo Park, CA; Anne K. Berry, Los Altos, CA
2004.10, Gift of Anne K. Berry

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Japan, 18th – 19th C.
Sign (kanban): Eight Great Dragon Kings Who Know the Heaven/God of Wealth
Wood with black and gold lacquer
7 x 22-1/4 x 3 in.
17.8 x 56.5 x 7.6 cm.
Provenance: Kathryn N. Cutler, San Jose, CA
2004.11, Gift of the Estate of Kathryn N. Cutler

Kano School Artist
Japan, 18th – 19th C.
Drunken Li Po (701–762) c. 1800
Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold leaf on paper, two-panel folding screen
55 x 24-1/2 x 11/16 in.
139.7 x 62.2 x 1.7 cm.
Provenance: Kathryn N. Cutler, San Jose, CA
2004.12, Gift of the Estate of Kathryn N. Cutler

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Japan, 18th C.
Fans Afloat on a Stream Screen (Senmen Nagashi Byobu ñ)
Opaque watercolor, gesso, and gold leaf on paper, six-panel folding screen
37-1/4 x 101-3/4 x 3/4 in.
94.6 x 258.4 x 1.9 cm.
Provenance: Kathryn N. Cutler, San Jose, CA
2004.13, Gift of the Estate of Kathryn N. Cutler

Dogon
Mali, 18th – 20th C.
Figure
Wood
8-1/8 x 2-1/4 in.
20.5 x 5.5 cm.
Provenance: Charles Ratton (dealer), Paris, France; James Willis Gallery (dealer), San Francisco, CA
2004.15, Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund

Baika
(Japan, act. c. 1870)
Japan, 19th C.
Tray with Irises c. 1870
Stoneware with overglaze enamel and gold lacquer (Satsuma ware)
H. 3 in.; Dia. 7-7/16 in.
H. 7.6 cm.; Dia. 17.9 cm.
Provenance: Treasure Market, Stanford, CA, 2003
2004.16, Treasure Market 2003

After Albrecht Dürer
Germany, 16th C.
Apollo and Diana (after Albrecht Dürer, Germany, 1471–1528)
Engraving. Copy in reverse of Durer’s Apollo and Diana (B. 68)
4-3/4 x 3 in.
119 x 76 mm.
Provenance: Brigitte Cazelles, San Jose, CA
2004.17, Gift of the Estate of Brigitte Cazelles

Hinryo Yoshizaki
Japan, 20th C.
The Taisho Emperor’s Enthronement Ceremony 1915
Color woodblock prints. Published by Katsunoske Takeda, Tokyo
14-1/4 x 378 in. (comp.); 14-3/4 in. (scroll width)
32.6 x 9601 mm. (comp.); 375 mm. (scroll width)
Provenance: Purchased in Tokyo, Japan by Patrick and Darle Maveety, Palo Alto, CA, by late 1960s
2004.18.1, Gift of Patrick and Darle Maveety, Class of 1951

Hinryo Yoshizaki
Japan, 20th C.
The Taisho Emperor’s Thanksgiving Service at the Kairitsuden Shrine 1915
Color woodblock prints. Published by Katsunoske Takeda, Tokyo
14-1/4 x 405-1/2 in. (comp.); 14-3/4 in. (scroll width)
326 x 10300 mm. (comp.); 375 mm. (scroll width)
Provenance: Purchased in Tokyo, Japan by Patrick and Darle Maveety, Palo Alto, CA, by late 1960s
2004.18.2, Gift of Patrick and Darle Maveety, Class of 1951

Yoshitoshi
(Japan, 1839–1892)
Japan, 19th C.
The Moon through Smoke (Enchu no Tsuki) 1886
Color woodblock print, from the series One Hundred Aspects of the Moon. Published by Akiyama Buemon
12-7/8 x 8-3/4 in. (comp.)
327 x 222 mm. (comp.)
Provenance: Patrick and Darle Maveety, Palo Alto, CA
2004.19, Gift of Patrick and Darle Maveety, Class of 1951

Aaron Martinet (publisher)
France, 19th C.
Armée des Souverains Alliés année 1815 1815
Book of 12 engravings, colored by hand. Published by Aaron Martinet, Paris
Each, c. 25 x 33 cm. (plate); c. 28.2 x 37 cm. (sheet)
Provenance: Anne S.K. Brown, Providence, R.I.; Soldier Shop, New York, NY; sold to Patrick and Darle Maveety, Palo Alto, CA, by 1980
2004.20, Gift of Patrick and Darle Maveety, Class of 1951

Theodora Varnay Jones
(USA, b. Hungary, 1942)
USA, 20th C.
Indistinction #2 2003
Pencil on paper with handmade acrylic sheet and wood structure
20 x 20 x 1-1/2 in.
508 x 508 x 38 mm.
Provenance: Don Soker Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA
2004.21, Gift of Don Soker Contemporary Art

Jacques Lipchitz
(USA, b. Lithuania, 1891–1973)
USA, 20th C.
Still Life 1918
Bronze, Modern Art Foundry, 1/7, cast 1963
21-1/2 x 27-1/2 x 2-1/2 in.
54.6 x 69.9 x 6.4 cm.
Provenance: Artist’s estate; Marlborough Gallery Inc. (dealer), New York, NY
2004.22, Purchased in honor of the Cantor Arts Center Membership's 50th Anniversary, with gifts from Susan and John Diekman, the Robert and Ruth Halperin Foundation, the Cantor Arts Center Membership, Anonymous B Acquisition Fund, and the Melitta Vaughan Memorial Fund

Theodore Roszak
(USA, b. Poland, 1907–1981)
USA, 20th C.
Lighter than Air 1943
Painted wood and steel
72 x 46-1/2 in.
182.9 x 118.1 cm.
Provenance: Artist’s estate; by descent to Sara Jane Roszak, New York, NY; G.W. Einstein Company, Inc. (dealer), New York, NY
2004.23.a–b, Purchased in honor of the Cantor Arts Center Membership's 50th Anniversary, with gifts from Susan and John Diekman, the Robert and Ruth Halperin Foundation, the Cantor Arts Center Membership, the Kazak Fund, the Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund, and the Modern and Contemporary Art Fund

Pablo Picasso
(Spain, 1881–1973)
Spain, 20th C.
Courtesan with Hat (Courtisane au Chapeau) 1901
Oil on paperboard
26 x 20 in.
66.0 x 50.8 cm.
Provenance: M. Personnas (?); Adolph Lewisohn, New York , NY, by 1928 (as The Dancer); by descent to Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Lewisohn, New York, NY; by descent to Marjorie Lewisohn, New York, NY
2004.24, Bequest of Marjorie G. Lewisohn

Joseph Raphael
(USA, 1869–1950)
USA, 20th C.
View of Linkebeek Village 1918
Pencil and brush with black ink
490 x 640 mm.
Provenance: Johanna Raphael and Morgan Sibbett; Anita Ventura Mozley, Menlo Park, CA
2004.25, Given in honor of Johanna Raphael Sibbett by Anita Ventura Mozley

Hendrik Goltzius
(Netherlands, 1558–1617)
Netherlands, 16th C.
The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus (after Cornelis van Haarlem, the Netherlands, 1562–1638) 1588
Engraving. Hollstein 310 i of iv; Strauss 261 i of iv
253 x 319 mm. (plate); 260 x 328 mm. (sheet) (irregular)
Provenance: L.P. Terry (Lugt 2389) by 1800; Leo Steinberg (probably acquired by him at Craddock & Barnard or Colnaghi’s, London, 1960s); R.E. Lewis and Daughter Original Prints (dealer), San Rafael, CA
2004.26, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Jim Dine
(USA, b. 1935)
USA, 20th C.
Nancy Outside in July IV 1978
Etching with hand coloring on BFK Rives paper, 15/15. Published by Crommelynck; printed by Aldo Crommelynck. D’Oench & Feinberg 21; Pace 193–38
23 x 19-1/2 in. (plate); 41-1/2 x 29-7/8 in. (sheet) (sight)
584 x 496 mm. (plate); 1054 x 759 mm. (sheet) (sight)
Provenance: Harcus Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA; sold to Russel I. and Hannah S. Kully, San Marino, CA, 1980
2004.27, Gift of Hannah and Russel Kully

Harvey Dinnerstein
(USA, b. 1928)
USA, 20th C.
Self-Portrait with Eye Infection 1980
Pencil and watercolor
19-1/2 x 7-1/4 in.
495 x 183 mm.
Provenance: Harvey Dinnerstein and Frey Norris Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004.28, Gift of Harvey Dinnerstein and Frey Norris Gallery

José Clemente Orozco
(Mexico, 1883–1949)
Mexico, 20th C.
Four Figures
Pencil, ink, and wash
13-3/4 x 12-3/4 in. (sight)
353 x 326 mm. (sight)
Provenance: Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.29, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

José Clemente Orozco
(Mexico, 1883–1949)
Mexico, 20th C.
Sack of the Church
Pencil, pen, and ink
12-1/2 x 19 in. (sight)
316 x 483 mm. (sight)
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.30, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

José Clemente Orozco
(Mexico, 1883–1949)
Mexico, 20th C.
Mexican Peasants Working c. 1928
Lithograph
16-1/2 x 20-1/2 in.
419 x 523 mm.
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.31, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

José Clemente Orozco
(Mexico, 1883–1949)
Mexico, 20th C.
The Ruined House c. 1928
Lithograph on BFK Rives paper, 74/100
16 x 22-7/8 (sheet) (sight)
407 x 582 mm. (sight)
Provenance: Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.32, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Diego Rivera
(Mexico, 1886–1957)
Mexico, 20th C.
Untitled (Stack’s Compressor)
Pencil
6-1/8 x 8-1/2 in.
155 x 223 mm.
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.33, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Diego Rivera
(Mexico, 1886–1957)
Mexico, 20th C.
Untitled (Woman with Bowl of Fruit on her Head) 1927
Pen, brush, and ink over traces of pencil
12-7/8 x 9-1/2 in. (sight)
315 x 241 mm. (sight)
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.34, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Diego Rivera
(Mexico, 1886–1957)
Mexico, 20th C.
Untitled (Man Carrying Container on his Back) 1946
Pencil and charcoal
14-3/4 x 10-5/8 in.
376 x 271 mm. (sight)
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.35, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Emmy Lou Packard
(USA, 1914–1998)
USA, 20th C.
Diego and Frida 1941
Gelatin-silver print
14 x 11-1/8 in. (sheet)
35.5 x 28.1 cm. (sheet)
Provenance: Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.36, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Peter Stackpole
(USA, b. 1913)
USA, 20th C.
Portrait of Dr. Leo Eloesser with an Unidentified Man 1964
Gelatin-silver print
6-3/4 x 5 in.
17.2 x 12.6 cm. (sight)
Provenance: Estate of Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.37, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Félix Hilaire Buhot
(France, 1847–1898)
France, 19th C.
Frontispiece for Les Graveurs du XIX Siècle par Henri Béraldi, volume IV
Etching. Published by Lemercier. Bourcard/Goodfriend 164 vii/viii
c. 128 x 88 mm. (comp.); 180 x 117 mm. (plate); 230 x 142 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Drs. M. and L. Schacht, Scarsdale, N.Y.; Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los Angeles; Pia Gallo (dealer), New York, NY
2004.38, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Giovanni Battista Piranesi
(Italy, 1720–1778)
Italy, 18th C.
Parte d’una Pariete di Marmo from Vasi Candelabi Cippi 1769
Etching. Focillon 677
538 x 392 mm. (plate); 780 x 550 mm. (sheet)
Inscriptions:
Provenance: Swann Galleries, NY, NY; Pia Gallo (dealer), New York, NY
2004.39, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
(Netherlands, 1606–1669)
Netherlands, 17th C.
Sheet of Studies: Portrait of the Artist; A Beggar Couple; Heads of an Old man and an Old Woman c. 1632
Etching. Bartsch 363; Hind 90 ii
970 x 102 mm. (plate); 100 x 106 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Drs. M. and L. Schacht, Scarsdale, N.Y.; Hill-Stone Inc., New York, N.Y.; Pia Gallo (dealer), New York, NY
2004.40, Robert E. and Mary B. P. Gross Fund

Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)
(Japan, 1786–1864)
Japan, 19th C.
Prince Mitsuuji Spying on the Go Players 1849–50
Color woodblock print, from the series Events through the Year of Young Murasaki (Wakamurasaki Nenju Gyoji)
14 x 9-1/2 in.
356 x 241 mm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.41, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Hachisuka (Hirasawa) Kuniaki
(Japan, 1835–1888)
Japan, 19th C.
Kabuki Actors on Stage: Ichikawa Kodanji and Nakamura Komanosuke Shikan III (Komanosuke I) 1850s
Color woodblock print. Published by Joshu-ya Juzo
14 x 9-1/2 in.
356 x 241 mm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.42, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Tsukioka Kogyo
(Japan, 1869–1927)
Japan, 19th C.
The Noh Play Mekari 1926
Color woodblock print, from the series One Hundred Noh Dramas (Nogaku Hyakuban). Published by Heikichi Matsuki
15 x 10 in.
381 x 254 mm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.43, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Tsukioka Kogyo
(Japan, 1869–1927)
Japan, 19th C.
The Noh Play Hibari Yama 1925
Color woodblock print, from the series One Hundred Noh Dramas (Nogaku Hyakuban). Published by Heikichi Matsuki
15 x 10 in.
381 x 254 mm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.44, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Tosa School Artist
Japan, 18th C.
Evening Mist, Yugiri 1700–50
Watercolor, ink, and gold on paper
12 x 15 in.
30.5 x 38.1 cm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.45, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

China, 19th – 20th C.
The Yang Family Women Practicing Martial Arts c. 1900
Ink and color on silk
9-1/2 x 105 in.
24.1 x 266.7 cm.
Provenance: Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.46, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

China, 15th C.
Ancestor Portrait in the Song Dynasty Style
Ink and opaque watercolor on silk
25-1/2 x 15-1/4 in.
64.8 x 38.7 cm.
Provenance: Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.47, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

China, 20th C.
New Year’s Print 1944–50
Color woodblock print with ink and watercolor
24 x 41-7/8 in.
609 x 1064 mm.
Provenance: Purchased in China by Leo Eloesser (1891–1976); Joyce Campbell; by bequest to Arthur A. Campbell, Bethesda, MD, 2004
2004.48, Given in memory of Joyce Campbell by her brother, Arthur A. Campbell

Douglas Abdell
(USA, b. 1947)
USA, 20th C.
Kryeti-Aekyad #3 1980
Welded bronze
84 x 120 x 21 in.
Provenance: Collection Doris and Donald Fisher, Atherton, CA
2004.49, Gift of Doris and Donald Fisher

Brazil, 20th C.
Dance Mask c. 1975
Wood, pigment, and raffia
19 x 13-1/2 x 43-1/4 in. (mask); H. with raffia 35 in.
48.5 x 34.5 x 8.5 cm. (mask); H. with raffia 82 cm.
Provenance: Macy’s, San Francisco, CA, 1979; purchased by Raines family; by descent to Marshall and Jacqueline Raines, New York, NY
2004.50, Gift of Marshall and Jacqueline Raines

Brazil, 20th C.
Dance Mask c. 1975
Wood, pigment, and raffia
17-1/2 x 13-3/4 x 3-1/4 in. (mask); H. with raffia 35 in.
45 x 35 x 8.5 cm. (mask); H. with raffia 82 cm.
Provenance: Macy’s, San Francisco, CA, 1979; purchased by Raines family; by descent to Marshall and Jacqueline Raines, New York, NY
2004.51, Gift of Marshall and Jacqueline Raines
Botswana, 20th C.
Back Apron 2004
Glass beads, ostrich egg shell, sinew, fiber, plastic, cloth
20 x 54-1/2 x 1/4 in. (width includes stretched-out strings)
50.5 x 138.5 x 1.3 cm. (width includes stretched-out strings)
Provenance: Purchased from Makena Kamana (Yei tribe) by Cantor Arts Center in Botswana, 2004
2004.52, Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund
Botswana, 20th C.
Milk Container (ehoro)
Wood, leather, metal beads, animal fat, red ochre
11-1/2 x 10 x 10 in.
29 x 25.3 x 25.3 cm.
Provenance: Purchased from Krevendin Mbingana (Herero tribe) by Cantor Arts Center in Botswana, 2004
2004.53, Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund
Botswana, 20th C.
Wig (chikeka) 2004
Fiber, cloth, animal fat, natural pigments
25 x 3-1/2 x 12-1/2 in. (flat/unmounted)
63 x 9 x 31.5 cm. (flat/unmounted)
Provenance: Purchased from Maguru Mukiekenge (Mbukush tribe) by Cantor Arts Center in a Mbukush refugee area (Etsha 13), 2004
2004.54, Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund
Roy De Forest
(USA, b. 1930)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled (Cowboy and Kangaroo) 1978
Lithograph, 4/30
30 x 44-1/2 in.
763 x 113 mm.
Inscriptions: l.l.: 4/30
Provenance: Salma Khan, San Carlos, CA
2004.55, Gift of Salma Khan, M.D.
Theodore Roszak
(USA, b. Poland, 1907–1981)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled (Drawing for Lighter than Air)
Pencil
8-1/2 x 6-1/4 in.
215 x 160 mm.
Inscriptions:
Provenance: From the artist’s estate; Sara Jane Roszak, New York, NY
2004.56, Gift of Sara Jane Roszak
Theodore Roszak
(USA, b. Poland, 1907–1981)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled (Construction Drawing)
Blue pencil
14-1/4 x 14-3/4 in. (irregular)
363 x 368 mm. (irregular)
Inscriptions: “Sheet Metal Construction” pencil, at center
Provenance: Sara Jane Roszak, New York, NY
2004.57, Gift of Sara Jane Roszak
Theodore Roszak
(USA, b. Poland, 1907–1981)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled (Construction Drawing) 1939
Pencil on graph paper
8-3/8 x 6-1/4 in.
213 x 160 mm.
Inscriptions: u.r.: Chant Triste/Jean Sibelius
Provenance: From the artist’s estate; Sara Jane Roszak, New York, NY
2004.58, Gift of Sara Jane Roszak

Theodore Roszak
(USA, b. Poland, 1907–1981)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled (Photogram)
Photogram
3-1/2 x 4-5/8 in.
9 x 11.8 cm.
Inscriptions: Mat marked l.l.: TR44209; l.r.:13801D.63
Provenance: Sara Jane Roszak, New York, NY
2004.59, Gift of Sara Jane Roszak

Korea, 5th–6th C.
Cup
Gray stoneware
4-1/2 x 4-5/8 x 5-1/2 in.
11.4 x 11.8 x 13.9 cm.
Provenance: Given to Mrs. Smith’s parents by a Korean Family. The family said to Mrs. Smith’s parents that it was a family heirloom. They arrived in Pusan, South Korea, in about September, 1970, and stayed about a year; Cecelia Smith, Palo Alto, CA
2004.60, Gift of Charles R. and Addie M. Scott
Japan, 19th C.
Incense Burner 1865–75
Cloisonné enamel
13 x 15-3/4 x 8-3/4 in.
33 x 40 x 22.2 cm.
Inscriptions: False Ming dynasty mark: Dai Ming Nen Saku (made in the great Ming year)
Provenance: Ingeborg Yonan Malek [mother of Thomas Engelsing, M.D.] Carmel, California 2004.61.a–b, Gift of Thomas Engelsing, M.D.
India, 17th C.
Plate 1650–1700
Nephrite
H. 3/8 in.; Dia. 6-3/4 in.
H. .9 cm.; Dia. 17.1 cm.
Inscriptions:
Provenance: Ingeborg Yonan Malek [mother of Thomas Engelsing, M.D.] Carmel, California
2004.62, Gift of Thomas Engelsing, M.D.
J. Walter Wilson
(England, 19th century)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
Mr. Muybridge Shows his Instantaneous Photographs of Animal Motion at the Royal Society 1889
Engraving on broadside, from The Illustrated London News, 25 May 1889, engraved by R. Taylor
12 x 9-1/4 in.
304 x 235 mm.
Provenance: Dawn Brooks and Phillip Prodger, Gainesville, FL
2004.63, Anonymous Gift
Richard Avedon
(USA, 1923–2004)
USA, 20th C.
Igor Stravinsky, Composer, New York City, November 2, 1969
Gelatin-silver print; tripytch, printed 1975
30 x 72 in.; (35 x 77 in. framed)
Provenance: Norma Stevens, New York, NY
2004.64, Gift of Norma Stevens
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George Herms
(USA, b. 1935)
USA, 20th C.
Ophet 1960
Mixed media
23-1/2 x 29-1/2 x 4 in.
Provenance: Acquired from the artist by Miles & Shelley Karpilow, Berkeley, CA; sold to Linda C. Koch (dealer), Oakland, CA
2004.65, Palmer Gross Ducommun Fund

Robert Moskowitz
(USA, b. 1935)
USA, 20th C.
Stack (White on Black) 1984
Pastel
108 x 34-1/2 in.
2743 x 876 mm.
Provenance: Jack and Gloria Clumeck, Ross, CA
2004.66, Gift of Jack (AB 1960) and Gloria Clumeck

Joan Miró
(Spain, 1893–1983)
Spain, 20th C.
The Giant (La Géante) 1938
Drypoint printed with plate tone on Arches paper, 14/30. Published by Pierre Loeb, Paris, and Pierre Matisse, New York; engraved at Marcoussis’ studio and printed at the Atelier Lacouriere, Paris. Dupin 27
13-3/4 x 9-3/8 in. (plate); 17-5/8 x 12-7/8 in. (sheet)
350 x 238 mm. (plate); 447 x 328 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, NY, April 29–30, 1999, lot 370, and November 4–5, 1999, lot 239; sold to Robert Kipniss, Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY
2004.67, Gift of Robert Kipniss

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China, 18th – 19th C.
Rose Medallion Famille Verte Plate 1796–1820
Porcelain with overglaze enamel
H. 2-5/8 in.; Dia. 16 in.
H. 7 cm.; Dia. 40.7 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.68, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

China, 17th – 18th C.
Landscape Panel 1662–1723
Porcelain and wood
23 x 14-5/8 x 7-1/2 in. (overall); approx. 9 x 9 in. (panel)
58.4 x 37.2 x 19.1 cm. (overall); approx. 22.9 x 22.9 cm. (panel)
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.69, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by the E.C. Hubert Trust

Japan, 19th C.
Kirin Plate
Porcelain with underglaze blue
(Imari ware)
1-3/4 x 13-1/4 x 10-1/8 in.
4.5 x 33.5 x 25.7 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.70, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

Japan, 19th C.
Plate with a Design of the Three Friends, Pine, Bamboo, and Plum Blossoms (Sho Chiku Bai)
Porcelain with underglaze blue
(Imari ware)
H. 1-1/2 in.; Dia.9-3/4 in.
H. 3.8 cm.; Dia. 24.8 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.71, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

Japan, 20th C.
Tea Water Cooler c. 1960
Porcelain with underglaze blue and brown
1-5/8 x 5-7/16 x 5-1/4 in.
4.2 x 14 x 13 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.72, Given in memory of Fred A. Countryman by E.C. Hubert

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China, 19th C.
Screen Recording Laws 1875
Wood, eight-panel screen
40 x 69 in. (overall); 40 x 8-1/2 in. (each panel)
101.6 x 175.3 cm. (overall); 101.6 x 21.6 cm. (each panel)
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.73.a–h, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

Japan, 19th C.
Vase c. 1880
Cloisonné on porcelain (jikki shippo)
12 x 6-3/8 in.
31 x 16.2 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.74, Given in memory of Miss Edith I. Epler, M.S.W., Hull House, Chicago, by E.C. Hubert

Japan, 18th – 19th C.
Sword Guard Depicting Gama Sennin and his Three-legged Toad c. 1800
Sentoku (an alloy of tin and zinc) inlaid with gold and copper
2-15/16 x 2-13/16 x 1/4 in.
7.5 x 7.1 x .6 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.75, Given in memory of Genevieve Mills Gerstle by E.C. Hubert

China, 16th C. ?
Pair of Shishi
Wood
6-3/8 x 3-3/8 x 6-3/8 in.; 2.) 6-3/8 x 3-3/8 x 6-1/8 in.
16.4 x 8.5 x 15.7 cm.; .2) 16.4 x 8.5 x 15 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.76.1–2, Given in memory of Genevieve Mills Gerstle by E.C. Hubert

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Japan, 19th C.
Merchant’s or Seacaptain’s Chest
Zelkova wood? and iron
16-9/16 x 17-1/2 x 14-1/4 in.
41.9 x 36 x 44.4 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.77, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)
(Japan, 1786–1864)
Japan, 19th C.
The Actor Nakamura Shikan IV (Nakamura Fukusuke III) (March 1831 – January 1899) 1861
Color woodblock print
14-5/16 x 9-3/4 in.
364 x 249 mm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.78, Given in memory of Fred A. Countryman by E.C. Hubert

Shigenobu (Hiroshige II)
(Japan, 1826–1869)
Japan, 19th C.
Beach of Apprentice Geisha at Harima (Maiko no Hama) 1859
Color woodblock print, no. 54 from the series One Hundred Famous Places in the Provinces (Shokoku Meisho Hyakkei). Published by Uoei Eikichi
13-1/16 x 9-1/4 in.
348 x 235 mm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.79, Given in memory of Fred A. Countryman by E.C. Hubert

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Korea, 19th – 20th C.
Woman’s Chest for Stationery and Incidentals (Mungap) c. 1900
Wood, brass, and iron
21-5/8 x 14-7/8 x 13-15/16 in.
55 x 63.2 x 35 cm.
Provenance: E.C. Hubert, Redwood City, CA
2004.80, Given in memory of Margaret Aileen Dill Thomson by E.C. Hubert

Paul Gauguin
(France, 1848–1903)
France, 19th C.
Old Maids of Arles (Les vieilles filles à Arles) 1889
Lithograph on yellow paper. Kornfeld 9
180 x 200 mm. (border); 257 x 313 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Drouot Auction, Paris, Fall, 2003; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.81, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Jacques Lipchitz
(USA, b. Lithuania, 1891–1973)
USA, 20th C.
The Rape of Europa (L’Enlevement d’Europe) 1941
Etching in reddish-brown ink
7 x 5-1/2 in. (plate); 14-1/4 x 11 in. (sheet)
175 x 140 mm. (plate); 362 x 281 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.82, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Odilon Redon
(France, 1840–1916)
France, 19th C.
The Wing (L’aile) 1893
Lithograph on Chine appliqué. Mellerio 122
317 x 243 mm. (comp.); 552 x 437 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: André Mellerio, Paris, France; Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.83, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974



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