Acquisitions
2005 continued


Punu
Gabon, 20th C.
Mask
Wood and white pigment (kaolin)
9 x 5-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.
24 x 14 x 14 cm.
Provenance: Herbert L. Baker; Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Spiegl, Palo Alto, CA
2005.49, Gift of Dr. Ralph and Marilyn Spiegl

Mayna (Jívaro)
Ecuador / Peru, 20th C.
Tunic
Bark, feathers, bird heads, pigments, and beads
37 x 21-1/2 x 3-1/2 in. (including hanging feathers and bird heads protruding from tunic)
94 x 55 x 9 cm. (including hanging feathers and bird heads protruding from tunic)
Provenance: Dealer, Quito, Ecuador, 1991; sold to Alfred P. Spivack, M.D., Menlo Park, CA
2005.50, Gift of Alfred P. Spivack, M.D.

Giorgio de Chirico
(Italy, b. Greece, 1888–1979)
Italy, 20th C.
In the Disquieting Pool (Nella piscina inquietànte) 1934
Lithograph, from the portfolio Mythology. Published by Edition des Quatre Chemins, Paris; printed by Edmond Desjobert, Paris, 1934. Vastano & Bonfiglioli 99; Ciranna 90
9-1/2 x 7 in. (comp.); 11-1/4 x 9 in. (sheet)
242 x 179 mm. (comp.); 285 x 229 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Treasure Market, Stanford, CA, 2005
2005.51, Treasure Market 2005

Jim Dine
(USA, b. 1935)
USA, 20th C.
The New French Tools 2—Three Saws from the Rue Cler 1984
Etching, spitbite, and electric tools on Arches velin paper, 32/50. Published by Pace (193-171); printed at Atelier Crommelynck; proofed by Aldo Crommelynck. D’Oench & Feinberg 172
23-3/8 x 19-1/2 in. (plate); 35-7/8 x 24-7/8 in. (sheet)
594 x 496 mm. (plate); 916 x 632 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Associated American Artists (dealer), New York, NY; sold to Burton and Deedee McMurtry, Portola Valley, CA, 1991
2005.52, Gift of Burton and Deedee McMurtry

Antoni Tàpies
(Spain, b. 1923)
Spain, 20th C.
A 1982
Etching with carborundum, 84/99. Galfetti and Homs 845
17 x 25-1/2 in. (plate) (sight)
432 x 638 mm. (plate) (sight)
Provenance: Associated American Artists (dealer), New York, NY; sold to Burton and Deedee McMurtry, Portola Valley, CA, 1991
2005.53, Gift of Burton and Deedee McMurtry

Joan Miró
(Spain, 1893–1983)
Spain, 20th C.
Illetré Vert et Violet 1969
Color lithograph on BFK Rives paper, 29/75 from the series Illetré. Published by Maeght, Paris
33-1/2 x 23-3/4 in.
851x 605 mm.
Provenance: Adam Mekler, Pasadena, CA
2005.54, Gift of Adam Mekler

Frank Lobdell
(USA, b. 1921)
USA, 20th C.
Winter I, 1985 1985
Oil on canvas
72 x 60 in.
182.9 x 152.4 cm.
Provenance: Susan Land; Marilyn Boswell, San Francisco, CA
2005.55, Gift of Mrs. John P. Boswell in honor of Lucy C. Boswell

Carlo Coppola
(Italy, act. 1640–60)
Italy, 17th C.
Sketch for a Battle Scene 1675
Ink and wash over graphite, heighted with white
4-1/2 x 6-1/8 in.
114 x 156 mm.
Provenance: P. & O. Colnaghi, London, England, by 1959; Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.56, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Giovanni Antonio Fumiani
(Italy, c. 1645–1710)
Italy, 17th C.
Perseus Confronting Phineus with the Head of Medusa
Ink, wash, and graphite
17 x 21-9/16 in.
432 x 5.5 mm.
Provenance: Ludwig Pollak (Lugt 788b), Rome; Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.57, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Giovanni Battista Franco, known as Il Semolei
(Italy, c. 1510–1561)
Italy, 16th C.
Young Warrior Holding a Satyr’s HeadRed chalk, ink, and wash, heightened with white
6-1/8 x 3-1/4 in.
156 x 83 mm.
Provenance: Sir George Clausen (Lugt 539); P. & O. Colnaghi, London, England by 1951; Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.58, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Doel Reed
(USA, 1894–1985)
USA, 20th C.
Rest
Etching and aquatint
9-1/8 x 14-1/2 in. (plate); 12 x 17 in (sheet)
232 x 375 mm. (plate); 305 x 431 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Nines 1990 Living Trust, Lydia Voorhies, Trustee, Gilroy, CA
2005.60, Gift of the Nines 1990 Living Trust

Ansel Adams
(USA, 1902–1984)
USA, 20th C.
Skiing on Lembert Dome, Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite National Park, California, 1930
Gelatin-silver print. Published by Best Studio
9-1/2 x 7-3/8 in. (image); 14 x 11 in. (sheet)
24.1 x 18.7 cm. (image); 35.6 x 27.9 cm. (sheet)
Provenance: Nines 1990 Living Trust, Lydia Voorhies, Trustee, Gilroy, CA
2005.61, Gift of the Nines 1990 Living Trust

Nepal, 16th C.
Eave Strut
Wood with traces of pigment
23-3/4 x 6-1/2 in.
57.8 x 16.5 cm.
Provenance: Greathere Ltd., New York, NY; Tony Anninos (dealer), Sausalito, CA
2005.62 , Gift of an anonymous donor

Attributed to Kunitsuna
(Japan, 1163–1255)
Japan, 12th – 13th C.
Slung Sword (Tachi) c. 1200
Steel
41-1/4 in. (scabbard and handle); 39-3/8 in. (sword); 31 in. (nagasa)
104.8 cm. (scabbard and handle); 100 cm. (sword); 78.7 cm. (nagasa)
Provenance: Bill Landreth, Carmel, CA
2005.63.a–d, Gift of the Landreth Family

Ietsugu
Japan, 16th C.
Long Sword (katana) c. 1532
Steel
36-3/4 in. (scabbard); 33-3/16 in. (sword); 26 in. (nagasa)
93.3 cm. (scabbard); 84.3 cm. (sword); 66 cm. (nagasa)
Provenance: Bill Landreth, Carmel, CA
2005.64.a–d, Gift of the Landreth Family

Sukesada
Japan, 16th C.
Long Sword (katana) 1544
Steel
40-1/2 in. (scabbard); 36-1/2 in. (sword); 28 in. (nagasa)
103 cm. (scabbard); 92.7 cm. (sword); 71.1 cm. (nagasa)
Provenance: Peter Landreth, Oakland, CA
2005.65.a–g, Gift of the Landreth Family

Japan, 16th – 17th C.
Short Sword (Wakazashi) c. 1600
Steel
29 in. (scabbard); 26-1/8 in. (sword); 20-5/16 in. (nagasa)
73.7 cm. (scabbard); 66.4 cm. (sword); 51.6 cm. (nagasa)
Provenance: Bill Landreth, Carmel, CA
2005.66.a–d, Gift of the Landreth Family

Tibet, 16th – 17th C.
Altar
Wood and mineral pigments
21 x 19 x 4 in.
53.3 x 48.3 x 10.2 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Kathmandu, Nepal by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA, c. 1997–98
2005.67, Given in memory of their parents, Berniece and William Vere Sutherlin, and Donna and William B. Hayward, by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Class of 1961

Tibet, 17th – 18th C.
Cabinet
Wood, mineral pigments, gilding, gesso, and metal
38-1/2 x 68-1/4 x 24 in.
97.8 x 173.4 x 61 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Kathmandu, Nepal, by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA, c. 1995–96
2005.68, Given in honor of the perseverance of the Tibetan people and the perpetuation of their culture by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Class of 1961

Tibet, 19th C.
Cabinet with Guardian Deities (Torgam)
Wood, mineral pigments, and metal
33-1/2 x 53 x 15-1/4 in.
85.1 x 134.6 x 38.7 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Kathmandu, Nepal by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA, c. 1997–98
2005.69, Given in honor of Stanford University's Tibetan initiative and on the occasion of the visit to Stanford of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, November 4–5, 2005, by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Class of 1961

Tibet, 19th C.
Cabinet with Offering Goddesses
Wood, mineral pigments, and metal
36 x 57 x 17-1/2 in.
91.4 x 144.8 x 44.5 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Kathmandu, Nepal by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA, c. 1997–98
2005.70, Given in memory of Lana Caffey Hayward, Class of 1962, by Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Class of 1961

Jess (Bergess Collins)
(USA, 1923–2004)
USA, 20th C.
Riddles by Agnes 1953
Collage
18-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. (with frame)
470 x 369 mm. (with frame)
Provenance: Odyssia Gallery (formerly in NY); consigned to Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA; Hospitality House auction, 1997; purchased by Gregory Koll, Oakland, CA
2005.71, Given in honor of Jennifer Marie Koll by Gregory Koll

Viola Frey
(USA, 1933–2004)
USA, 20th C.
Aquarium Man 1981
Polychrome glazed whiteware
67 x 19 x 18 in.
170.2 x 48.3 x 45.3 cm.
Provenance: Ross and Paula Turk, Redwood City, CA
2005.72, Gift of Ross and Paula Turk

Tom Rippon
(USA, b. 1954)
USA, 20th C.
Woman Finishing a Novel 1982
Porcelain with glazes on wooden base
63-3/4 x 35-1/2 x 32-3/4 in.
161.9 x 90.2 x 83.2 cm.
Provenance: Ross and Paula Turk, Redwood City, CA
2005.73, Gift of Ross and Paula Turk

Stanley William Hayter
(England, 1901–1988)
Great Britain (England), 20th C.
The Wizard (Le Sorcier) 1953
Engraving, drypoint, softground etching, and scorper, 4/5. Black and Moorhead 209
19 x 15-1/2 in. (plate) (sight); 28 x 21 in. (sheet) (sight)
482 x 394 mm. (plate) (sight); 711 x 533 mm. (sheet) (sight)
Provenance: Paule Anglim (dealer), San Francisco, CA
2005.74, Gift of Paule Anglim

Hercules Brabazon
(France, 1821–1906)
France, 19th C.
Rio della Sensa Venice
Watercolor and gouache
155 x 245 mm.
Provenance: Walker’s Gallery, London, England; sold to Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA, 1958
2005.75, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Frank Brangwyn
(England, 1867–1943)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
Study of a Boy from behind
Charcoal, squared for transfer
462 x 249 mm.
Provenance: Count William de Belleroche; Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.76, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Frank Brangwyn
(England, 1867–1943)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
Study of a Young Boy
Charcoal
377 x 247 mm. (irregular)
Provenance: Count William de Belleroche; Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.77, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

John Sell Cotman
(England, 1782–1842)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
The Well at Southrepps
Pencil
310 x 240 mm.
Provenance: Spink & Son, Ltd., London, England; sold to Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.78, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Augustus John
(England, 1878–1961)
Great Britain (England), 20th C.
Head of an Old Man c. 1903
Charcoal
237 x 190 mm.
Provenance: Christie’s, London, England (?), July 22, 1964, no. 110; sold to Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.79, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Samuel Prout
(England, 1783–1852)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
Place Salone, Padua
Pencil
263x 369 mm.
Provenance: Christie’s, London, England, November 7, 1959; sold to Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.80, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Henri Voordecker
(Belgium, 1779–1861)
Belgium, 19th C.
Lady at a Window 1832
Oil on panel
30.7 x 23.4 cm.
Provenance: J. Leger & Son, London, England, 1953; sold to Dr. Harry Hartzell, Palo Alto, CA
2005.81, Gift of Dr. Harry Hartzell

Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi
(Italy, 1606–1680)
Italy, 17th C.
River Landscape with Castle
Pen and sepia ink
7-1/2 x 10-1/8 in.
191 x 257 mm.
Provenance: Sir Joshua Reynolds (Lugt 2364); Sotheby’s or Christie’s; sold to Adam Mekler and Daphne Beneke, Pasadena, CA, c. 1980s
2005.82, Gift of Daphne Beneke

Jacobus Houbraken
(Netherlands, 1698–1780)
Netherlands, 18th C.
Portrait of William Harvey, M.D. (after Wilhelm von Bemmel, the Netherlands, 1630–1708) 1739
Engraving, from Thomas Birch’s The Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain. Published by J. and P. Knapton, London
14-5/8 x 9-3/16 in.
372 x 234 mm.
Provenance: Treasure Market, Stanford, CA, 2005
2005.83, Treasure Market 2005

Narihisa Hirata
(Japan, d. 1671)
Japan, 17th C.
Incense Burner c. 1650
Iron and cloisonné: silver, gold, and enamel
4-1/2 x 6-3/8 x 5-15/16 in.
11.4 x 16.2 x 15.1 cm.
Provenance: Purchased from artist by Kishu Branch, Tokugawa family; by auction during the early Meiji period to a private collection; Daisuke Saito (dealer), Kamikawagun Hokkaido, Japan
2005.84.a–b, Museum purchase, with funds realized through the deaccession and sale of gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Field

Japan, 18th C.
The Bodhisattva Maitreya 1735
Stone
29 x 14 x 9 in.
73.7 x 35.6 x 22.9 cm.
Provenance: Auction, Niigata, Japan, early 1980’s; sold to Honeychurch Antiques, Seattle, WA; purchased by Patrick and Darle Maveety, Palo Alto, CA
2005.85, Gift of Patrick and Darle Maveety, Class of 1951

Tibet, 18th – 19th C.
Folding Table with Deer
Wood with traces of mineral pigments
13 x 25-1/2 x 13 in.
33 xx 64.8 x 33 cm.
Provenance: Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA; Sean Tumoana Finney (dealer), San Francisco, CA
2005.86, Museum purchase, with funds realized through the deaccession and sale of gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Field

Tibet, 19th C.
Portable Shrine with Eight Interior Niches
Wood, mineral pigments, and metal
13 x 17 x 4-1/2 in.
33 x 43 x 11.4 cm.
Provenance: Ruth Sutherlin Hayward and Robert W. Hayward, Glendale, CA; Gregory Laule’amaikalani Finney (dealer), Seattle, WA
2005.87, Museum purchase, with funds realized through the deaccession and sale of gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Field

Shipibo
Peru, 20th C.
Woman’s Blouse
Cotton
18-1/2 x 47 in.
47 x 119.4 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Lake Tipishca, Peru by Carlin Otto, Palo Alto, CA, 1964–65
2005.88, Gift of Carlin Otto

Shipibo
Peru, 20th C.
Woman’s Skirt 1965
Embroidery and appliqué on fabric
26-1/8 x 31-1/2 in.
66.4 x 80 cm.
Provenance: Purchased in Lake Tipishca, Peru by Carlin Otto, Palo Alto, CA, 1964–65
2005.89, Gift of Carlin Otto

Yatura
Tanzania, 20th C.
Gourd
Gourd, glass beads, shell, and wood
15-1/2 x 4 in.
39.4 x 10.1 cm.
Provenance: J. Stevenson; Axis Gallery (dealer), New York, NY
2005.90, Museum purchase, with funds realized through the deaccession and sale of gifts from Janine and Michael Heymann

Basotho / San
Lesotho, 19th C.
Snuff Container
Cow horn
4-3/4 x 1-5/8 in.
12.1 x 4.1 cm.
Provenance: African Art Heritage Collection, South Africa; Axis Gallery (dealer), New York, NY
2005.91, Museum purchase, with funds realized through the deaccession and sale of gifts from Janine and Michael Heymann

Songo
Angola, 20th C.
Figurative Stool
Wood, pitch, and pigments
19-1/2 x 15 x 16 in.
49.5 x 38.1 x 40.6 cm.
Provenance: Private collection, Namibia, by 1940s; sold to Burr and Muir (dealer), Cape Town, South Africa; sold to Colin Sayers (dealer), Cape Town, South Africa
2005.92, Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund and an unrestricted gift from an anonymous donor

India, 18th C.
Scenes from the Ramayana
Gouache on paper
9-11/16 x 15-1/2 in. (painting); 14-1/2 x 20-9/16 in. (mounting)
24.6 x 39.4 cm. (painting); 36.8 x 52.2 cm. (mounting)
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.93, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

India, 18th C.
Equestrian Portrait of Thakar Sri Kalayan Singhji
Gouache with tin and gold leaf on paper
10-1/4 x 9 in. (painting); 12-1/4 x 11-9/16 in. (mounting)
26 x 22.9 cm. (painting); 39.4 x 29.4 cm. (mounting)
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.94, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

India, 18th – 19th C.
The Sikh Guru Ram Das (1534–1581) Listening to a Kirtan c. 1750–1800
Opaque watercolor and gold on paper
7-7/8 x 4-7/8 in. (painting); 14 x 9-3/8 in. (mounting)
20 x 12.4 cm. (painting); 35.6 x 23.8 cm. (mounting)
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.95, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Attributed to Sheikh Taju
(India, act. 18th century)
India, 18th C.
Study of a Boar Hunt c. 1730–50
Ink and opaque watercolor
16-1/4 x 21-15/16 in.
413 x 557 mm.
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.96, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Attributed to Mu'in Musavvir (or his school)
(Iran, 17th century)
Iran, 17th C.
Portrait of the “Pillar of the State,” the Grand Vazir Saru Taqi
Tempera / gouache ?? on paper ??
7-7/8 x 4-7/8 in. (painting); 8-9/16 x 4-13/16 in. (mounting)
20 x 12.4 cm. (painting); 21.7 x 12.2 cm. (mounting)
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.97, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

India, 19th C.
Female Deity c. 1890
Bronze
5-3/4 x 2-5/8 x 1-1/2 in.
14.6 x 6.7 x 3.8 cm.
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.98, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

India, 20th C.
Village Deity on Horseback
Bronze
3-1/2 x 1-3/4 x 3-3/8 in.
8.9 x 4.4 x 8.6 cm.
Provenance: Marion B. Pierstorff, Palo Alto, CA
2005.99, Gift of the Estate of Marion B. Pierstorff

Kaggo Oumba
(Niger, 20th century)
Camel Saddle (tamzak) 1997
Wood, leather, and metal
32-3/8 x 29-3/8 x 14-1/2 in.
82.2 x 74.6 x 36.8 cm.
Provenance: Purchased from artist by Thomas K. Seligman, San Francisco, CA, 1997; Thomas K. Seligman and Rita Barela, San Francisco, CA
2005.102, Gift of Rita Barela and Thomas K. Seligman

Nobuhisa Kitagawa
(Japan, b. 1951)
Japan, 20th C.
Calligraphy 2005
Ink on paper, mounted as a hanging scroll
Provenance: Nobuhisa Kitagawa, Kochi-shi, Japan
2005.103, Gift of the artist

China, 9th C.
Walking Stick Head
Stone
1-3/4 x 2-1/2 x 1-3/4 in.
4.4 x 6.4 x 4.4 cm.
Provenance: Tokyo Museum Shop, Tokyo, Japan; purchased by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.105, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Japan, 16th C.
Water Container for the Tea Ceremony
Stoneware (Iga ware) with ash glaze
H. 10 in.; Dia. 4-3/8 in.
H. 25.4 cm.; Dia. 11.1 cm.
Provenance: Tokyo National Museum Shop, Tokyo, Japan; purchased by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.106, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Japan, 12th C.
Sake Bottle (Tokuri)
Stoneware (Sue ware) with slight ash glaze
H. 6-1/8 in.; Dia. 4-7/16 in.
H. 15.4 cm.; Dia. 11.3 cm.
Provenance: Tokyo National Museum Shop, Tokyo, Japan; purchased by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.107, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Japan, 12th C.
Jar
Ceramic (Sue ware) with ash glaze
H. 5-31/32 in.; Dia. 5-15/16 in.
H. 15.2 cm.; Dia. 12.7 cm.
Provenance: Tokyo National Museum Shop, Tokyo, Japan; purchased by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.108, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Shoji Hamada
(Japan, 1894–1978)
Japan, 20th C.
Plate
Stoneware with white slip
H. 1-5/8 in.; Dia. 7-7/16 in.
Dia. 18.8 cm.
Provenance: Shoji Hamada; by gift to Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.109, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Japan, 5th – 6th C.
Haniwa Head
Terra cotta
11-3/16 x 5-3/16 x 5-1/16 in.
28.4 x 13.2 x 12.9 cm.
Provenance: Purchased from an antique store in Tokyo, Japan by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.110, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Japan, 16th C.
Water Container for the Tea Ceremony
Ceramic with ash glaze (Tokoname ware)
H. 5-1/2 in.; Dia. 5 in.
H. 13.8 cm.; Dia. 12.7 cm.
Provenance: Tokyo National Museum Shop, Tokyo, Japan; purchased by Jane Miller Chai, Palo Alto, CA, 1963
2005.111, Gift of Jane Miller Chai (B.A. Far Eastern History, 1960)

Benjamin Williams Leader
(England, 1831–1923)
Great Britain (England), 19th C.
Thames at Shillingsford 1906
Canvas laid on board
17-15/16 x 29-7/8 in.
45.6 x 75.9 cm.
Provenance: Parents of Robert Gregg, St. Louis, MO; by descent to Robert and Mary Gregg, Stanford, CA, 1997
2005.112, Gift of Robert and Mary Layne Gregg

Georges Bottini
(France, 1874–1907)
France, 19th C.
Addresse Sagot / La Vitrine de Sagot 1898
Lithograph in colors. S. 26-7
290 x 187 mm. (comp.); 370 x 280 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.113, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Joan Miró
(Spain, 1893–1983)
Spain, 20th C.
Fusées 1959
Etching and aquatint in green and black with orange stencil spots on Japon nacre paper, 5/15. Cramer 54 ; Dupin 259
5 x 7 in. (plate); 11-1/4 x 15 in. (sheet)
127 x 177 mm. (plate); 285 x 386 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.114, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Jacques Villon
(France, 1875–1963)
France, 20th C.
Bird (L’Oiseau) 1921
Etching. Ginestet / Pouillon 293
4 x 6-3/4 in. (plate); 6-3/8 x 9 3/4 in. (sheet)
102 x 169 mm. (plate); 162 x 248 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.115, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Jacques Villon
(France, 1875–1963)
France, 20th C.
Nobility (Noblesse) 1921
Etching and roulette, working proof. Ginestet / Pouillon 294
5-5/8 x 3-1/4 in. (plate); 9-3/4 x 6-1/2 in. (sheet)
143 x 82 mm (plate); 248 x 165 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.116, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Jacques Villon
(France, 1875–1963)
France, 20th C.
Man Reading (Homme lisant) 1929
Etching, 21/50. Ginestet / Pouillon 325
10-5/8 x 8-1/2 in. (plate); 15-7/8 x 11-6/8 in. (sheet)
270 x 216 mm. (plate); 403 x 299 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.117.1, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Jacques Villon
(France, 1875–1963)
France, 20th C.
Man Reading (Homme lisant) 1929
Etching with drypoint, proof. Ginestet / Pouillon 325
11 x 8-1/2 in. (plate); 14-1/4 x 11 in. (sheet)
280 x 216 mm. (plate); 369 x 280 mm. (sheet)
Provenance: Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Ossining, NY
2005.117.2, Gift of Theodore B. Donson and Marvel M. Griepp, Class of 1974

Paul Wonner
(USA, b. 1920)
USA, 20th C.
Grand Canyon, Arizona 1964–65
Gouache
14 x 17 in.
355 x 430 mm.
Provenance: Purchased from the artist by Bob Aichele (dealer); sold to Foster Goldstrom, Oakland, CA, 1998
2005.118, Gift of Foster Goldstrom

Valentin Popov
(USA, b. Ukraine, 1956)
USA, 20th C.
Untitled 2002
Monotype
38 x 64-1/2 in.
965 x 1638 mm.
Provenance: Purchased from the artist by Dr. Ralph and Rachelle Bennett, Hillsborough, CA, 2005
2005.119, Gift of Dr. Ralph and Rachelle Bennett

Igbo
Nigeria, 20th C.
Figure
Wood
57-1/2 x 12 x 8 in.
146 x 30.5 x 20.3 cm.
Provenance: Thomas Murray, Mill Valley, CA; Georgia Sales, Belvedere, CA
2005.120, Gift of Georgia Sales



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