Acquisitions
2004 continued


<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Amateurs parisiens profitant du séjour de Rossini en Italie... Guillaume Tell 1852
Lithograph, plate 1 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2229 ii/ii
248 x 223 mm. (border); 370 x 265 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.1, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Le morceau qu'on est obligé d'avaler... 1852
Lithograph, plate 2 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2230 ii/ii
250 x 213 mm. (border); 365 x 255 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.2, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Cherchant à fasciner une riche héritière... 1852
Lithograph, plate 4 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2232 ii/ii
262 x 224 mm. (border); 370 x 265 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.3, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Un monsieur tenant à prouver qu'il peut... 1852
Lithograph, plate 5 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2233 ii/ii
248 x 217 mm. (border); 293 x 238 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.4, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Une victime de la politesse 1852
Lithograph, plate 7 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2234 ii/ii
252 x 217 mm. (border); 372 x 262 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.5, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Oh! Monsieur, quel talent possède mademoiselle votre fille... 1852
Lithograph, plate 8 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2235 ii/ii
252 x 218 mm. (border); 372 x 262 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.6, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Préludes obligés de tout concert d'amateur 1852
Lithograph, plate 9 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2236 ii/ii
255 x 225 mm. (border); 360 x 247 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.7, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Un passage difficile 1852
Lithograph, plate 10 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2237 ii/ii
252 x 220 mm. (border); 370 x 260 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.8, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Orchestre d'un bal bourgeois 1852
Lithograph, plate 11 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2238 iii/iii
251 x 223 mm. (border); 360 x 260 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.9, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Amateurs du grand monde 1852
Lithograph, plate 12 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2239 ii/ii
252 x 225 mm. (border); 290 x 242 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.10, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Une famille mélomane commençant à répéter dès le matin le grand morceau... 1852
Lithograph, plate 13 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2240 ii/ii
250 x 213 mm. (border); 360 x 247 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.11, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Un affreux trio 1852
Lithograph, plate 14 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2241 ii/11
256 x 215 mm. (border); 360 x 260 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.12, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
<image not available> Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Fesant les délices du public de Carpentras 1852
Lithograph, plate 16 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2242 i/i
207 x 262 mm. (border); 260 x 360 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.13, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
L'orchestre pendant qu'on joue une tragédie 1852
Lithograph, plate 17 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2243 i/i
260 x 217 mm. (border); 360 x 262 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.14, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
En train de charmer toute une société avec la romance du Beau Nicolas 1852
Lithograph, plate 18 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2244 ii/ii
253 x 222 mm. (border); 360 x 255 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.15, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Premier sujet d'un café-concert, chantant... 1852
Lithograph, plate 18 from the series Croquis musicaux. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2245 ii/ii
250 x 210 mm. (border); 360 x 260 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.84.16, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Mossieu le directeur 1856
Lithograph, plate 3 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2899 ii/ii
200 x 244 mm. (border); 255 x 360 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.1, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Le régisseur.— Vous avez beau jouer les rois... 1856
Lithograph, plate 4 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2900 ii/ii
203 x 260 mm. (border); 257 x 370 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.2, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Le régisseur. — Voyons mademoiselle, faites sonner... 1856
Lithograph, plate 5 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2901 iii/iii
201 x 260 mm. (border); 256 x 370 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.3, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Agamemnon se faisant couronner à huis-clos 1856
Lithograph, plate 6 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2902 ii/ii
200 x 247 mm. (border); 257 x 367 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.4, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
La mère de la chanteuse 1856
Lithograph, from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2903 ii/ii
205 x 235 mm. (border); 257 x 370 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.5, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
V'la une p'tite femme qu'est pas paresseuse... 1857
Lithograph, plate 8 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2904 iii/iii
205 x 265 mm. (border); 252 x 367 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.6, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Un rappel de chanteuse... 1857
Lithograph, plate 9 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2905 iii/iii
200 x 267 mm. (border); 250 x 357 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.7, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
La mère de l'amour 1857
Lithograph, plate 10 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2906 ii/ii
206 x 270 mm. (border); 252 x 365 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.8, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Dire que dans mon temps, moi aussi!... 1857
Lithograph, plate 11 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2907 iii/iii
206 x 247 mm. (border); 252 x 365 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.9, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
Le danseur qui se pique d'avoir conservé... 1857
Lithograph, plate 12 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2908 ii/ii
220 x 255 mm. (border); 250 x 360 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.10, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
Honoré Daumier
(France, 1808–1879)
France, 19th C.
La princesse. Voyons, être féroce, finis-en... 1857
Lithograph, plate 13 from the series Croquis dramatiques. Published in Charivari. Delteil 2909 ii/ii
195 x 270 mm. (border); 253 x 365 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Auction, France, Spring 2004; sold to Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2004.85.11, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974
   
China, 18th C.
Jumping Figure
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8 x 9-1/4 x 2-1/2 in.
20.3 x 23.5 x 6.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.87, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
China, 18th C.
Actor in a Role
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 1-1/2 in.
21.6 x 14 x 3.8 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.88, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
China, 18th C.
Actor in a Role
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 2-1/8 in.
21.6 x 14 x 5.4 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.89, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
China, 18th C.
Dancing Actor in a Role
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8 x 5-1/2 x 1-1/2 in.
20.3 x 14 x 3.8 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.90, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
China, 18th C.
Zhang Guolao
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8-1/2 x 3-5/8 x 2-1/2 in.
21.6 x 9.2 x 6.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.91, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Dancing Warrior c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
11-3/4 x 11-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.
29.8 x 29.2 x 8.9 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.92, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Standing Male Figure c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
12-7/8 x 8-3/4 x 4 in.
32.7 x 22.2 x 10.7 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.93, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Dancing King c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
14 x 10 x 4-1/2 in.
35.6 x 25.4 x 11.4 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.94, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Striding Male Figure c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
13-1/2 x 8-3/4 x 3-1/4 in.
34.3 x 22.2 x 8.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.95, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Striding King c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
12-3/8 x 9-3/4 x 4-1/4 in.
31.4 x 24.8 x 10.8 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.96, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Standing Scholar c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9-3/4 x 4 x 2 in.
24.8 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.97, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Female Immortal with Deer c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9 x 6-1/4 x 201/2 in.
22.9 x 15.9 x 6.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.98, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Standing Banner Bearer c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
11-1/4 x 5-1/2 x 2-1/2 in.
28.6 x 14 x 6.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.99, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Standing Warrior c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
12-3/4 x 7 x 2-1/2 in.
32.4 x 17.8 x 6.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.100, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 18th – 19th C.
Striding King c. 1800
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
12 x 9 x 2-1/2 in.
30.5 x 22.7 x 6.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.101, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Shou Xing, the God of Longevity
c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10 x 5 x 2-7/8 in.
25.4 x 12.7 x 7.3 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.102.1, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Fu Xing, the God of Happiness and Good Fortune c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10-3/4 x 5-1/4 x 2-5/8 in.
27.3 x 13.3 x 6.7 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.102.2, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Lu Xing, the God of Affluence and Official Career c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
11 x 4-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.
27.9 x 11.4 x 8.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.102.3, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Immortal on Fantastic Lion c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
12 x 11-1/4 x 4-1/4 in.
30.5 x 28.6 x 10.8 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.103, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Mounted Female Banner Bearer
c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
14 x 13-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.
35.6 x 34.4 x 8.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.104, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
The Monkey King on a Fantastic Lion c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10-3/4 x 10-1/2 x 4 in.
27.3 x 26.7 x 10.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.105, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Male Figure on a Horse c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
13-1/2 x 11-1/2 x 3-7/8 in.
34.3 x 29.2 x 9.8 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.106, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   
Taiwan, 19th C.
Warrior on a Horse c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
11-1/2 x 12-3/4 x 3 in.
29.2 x 32.4 x 7.6 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.107, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
   

Taiwan, 19th C.
Immortal Riding on an Elephant c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
11-1/2 x 10 x 4-1/4 in.
29.2 x 25.4 x 11.4 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.108, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

   
Taiwan, 19th C.
The Immortal Li Tieguai Riding on a Tiger c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10-1/2 x 10 x 4-3/4 in.
26.7 x 25.4 x 12.1 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.109, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu
 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Warrior Riding on a Dragon c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
13-1/2 x 15-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.
34.3 x 40 x 9.5 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.110, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Zhang Guolao c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10-3/4 x 5 x 3 in.
27.3 x 12.7 x 7.6 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.111, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Li Tieguai c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9-3/4 x 5-1/2 x 3 in.
24.8 x 14 x 7.6 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.112, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Cao Guojiu Riding on a Crane c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9-1/4 x 16-1/4 x 4 in.
23.5 x 41.3 x 10.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.113, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Lan Caihe
c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10 x 6 x 3-3/4 in.
25.4 x 15.2 x 9.5 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.114, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Li Tieguai c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
10 x 6 x 3-1/4 in.
25.4 x 15.2 x 8.2 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.115, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Musician Singing c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9 x 4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.
22.9 x 11.4 x 14 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.116, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Seated Male Drummer c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
8-3/4 x 3-7/8 x 5-3/8 in.
22.2 x 9.8 x 13.7 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.117, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Taiwan, 19th C.
Seated Male Cymbal Player c. 1850
Low-fired glazed ceramic (koji)
9-1/2 x 4-3/8 x 5-7/8 in.
24.1 x 11.1 x 14.9 cm.
Provenance: Chin-Fong Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan, c. 1920s–1930s; by inheritance to Chin-Jen Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan; by inheritance to Thomas H.S. Hsu, Foster City, CA and Senzan Hsu
2004.118, Given in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chin-Jen Hsu, by Dr. Thomas H.S. Hsu and Dr. Senzan Hsu

 

Philip Pearlstein
(USA, b. 1924)
USA, 20th C.
Hadrian’s Villa 1982
Watercolor
34 x 41-1/2 in.
865 x 1050 mm.
Provenance: Michael Huffington, Los Angeles, CA
2004.119, Gift of Michael Huffington

 

Tom Marioni
(USA, b. 1937)
USA, 20th C.
The Sun’s Reception 1974
Drypoint, 1/8. Printed by Kathan Brown at Crown Point Press, Oakland, CA
35-7/8 x 44-3/4 in. ( plate); 40-3/4 x 48-1/2 in. (sheet)
980 x 1137 mm. (plate); 1029 x 1232 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Janet Kreager Huston, Mill Valley, CA
2004.120.1, Gift of Janet Kreager Huston, Class of 1953

 

Tom Marioni
(USA, b. 1937)
USA, 20th C.
The Sun’s Reception 1974
Book
8-1/2 x 9 in.
21.6 x 22.9 cm.
Provenance: Janet Kreager Huston, Mill Valley, CA
2004.120.2, Gift of Janet Kreager Huston, Class of 1953

 

John Pfahl
(USA, b. 1939)
USA, 20th C.
Coconut Palm Horizon, Kona Coast, Hawaii 1981
Ektacolor print, 2/100 from the series Altered Landscapes
8-7/8 x 7 in. (sight)
22.6 x 17.9 cm. (sight)
Provenance: Janet Kreager Huston, Mill Valley, CA
2004.121, Gift of Janet Kreager Huston, Class of 1953

 

 

Pende
Democratic Republic of the Congo, 20th C.
Mask (mbuya)
Wood, fiber, and pigment
17 x 8 in. (including coiffure)
43 x 20 cm. (including coiffure)
Provenance: Private collection, New York, NY; sold to Marc Leo Felix (dealer), Brussels, Belgium, 1993; Spring J. Kraeger, Corte Madera, CA
2004.122, Gift of Drs. Spring J. Kraeger and Lew Schalit

 

Chokwe
Democratic Republic of the Congo, 20th C.
Mask (Pwo)
Wood
9 x 7 in.
23 x 18 cm.
Provenance: Pierre Dartevelle (dealer), Belgium; purchased by Marc Felix, (dealer), Brussels, Belgium, 1999; Spring J. Kraeger, Corte Madera, CA
2004.123, Gift of Drs. Spring J. Kraeger and Lew Schalit

 

Chokwe
Democratic Republic of the Congo, 20th C.
Mask (Pwo)
Wood
9 x 6-1/2 in.
23 x 16.5 cm.
Provenance: Private collection, Belgium; purchased by Marc Leo Felix (dealer), Brussels, Brussels, 1991; Spring J. Kraeger, Corte Madera, CA
2004.124, Gift of Drs. Spring J. Kraeger and Lew Schalit

 

Teton Lakota / Sioux
USA, 19th C.
Doll of a Woman c. 1880–90
Tanned buckskin, glass beads, porcupine quills, cotton calico, muslin, hair, sinew, pigment, and dye
17 x 8-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.
43 x 22 x 8 cm.
Provenance: Marylou Taylor, Portola Valley, CA
2004.125, Gift of Marylou Taylor

 

Teton Lakota / Sioux
USA, 20th C.
Girl’s Dress 1910–20
Tanned buckskin, glass beads, women’s brass shoe buttons, and sinew
22-1/2 x 25 in.
57 x 64 cm.
Provenance: Marylou Taylor, Portola Valley, CA
2004.126, Gift of Marylou Taylor

 
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China, 16th C.
Enjoying the Waterfall (after Wen Zhengming, China, 1470–1559)
Ink and color on paper
12-1/2 x 421 in.
31.5 x 1070.2 cm.
Provenance: Charles J. Tanenbaum, New York, NY
2004.127, The Mary M. Tanenbaum ‘36 Collection

   

Chi Baishi, Huang Binhong, and Friends
China, 20th C.
Presentation Album 1938–40
Ink and color on paper
12 x 7-1/4 x 1-3/4 in. (album); 12 x 13-7/8 in. (each painting)
30.5 x 18.4 x 4.4 cm. (album); 30.5 x 35.3 cm. (each painting)
Provenance: Charles J. Tanenbaum, New York, NY
2004.129, The Mary M. Tanenbaum ‘36 Collection

   

Zhang Family
China, 12th –13th C.
Pillow
Stoneware with painted black decoration over creamy glaze
12-1/2 x 6-3/8 x 5-1/4 in.
30.6 x 16.2 x 13.3 cm.
Provenance: Charles J. Tanenbaum, New York, NY
2004.130, The Mary M. Tanenbaum ‘36 Collection

   

Iran, 10th–11th C.
Bowl
Earthenware with underglaze-painted black over a cream slip
H. 2-5/8 in.; Dia. 8-1/2 in.
H. 6.7 cm.; Dia. 21.6 cm.
Provenance: Charles J. Tanenbaum, New York, NY
2004.131, The Mary M. Tanenbaum ‘36 Collection

   
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Zhao Shi Li
China, 18th C.
Autumn Pond with Mandarin Ducks
Ink and color on silk, fan mounted as album leaf
13-3/8 x 12-3/8 in. (album leaf); 9-7/8 x 8-7/8 in. (fan)
34 x 31.4 cm. (album leaf); 25.1 x 22.6 cm. (fan)
Provenance: Charles J. Tanenbaum, New York, NY
2004.132, The Mary M. Tanenbaum ‘36 Collection

   

Bamana
Mali, 20th C.
Hobby Horse Head (koredugaso)
Wood
7 x 4-1/2 x 12 in.
17.7 x 11.4 x 30.4 cm.
Provenance: Herbert L. Baker (dealer), southern California; sold to Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Spiegl, Palo Alto, CA
2004.133, Gift of Dr. Ralph and Marilyn Spiegl

   

Ndebele
South Africa, 20th C.
Bride’s Apron (jocolo)
Beadwork on leather
29 x 21 x 1 in.
73.6 x 53.3 x 2.5 cm.
Provenance: Herbert L. Baker (dealer), southern California; sold to Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Spiegl, Palo Alto, CA
2004.134, Gift of Dr. Ralph and Marilyn Spiegl



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