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Images are for media use only, and may only be used for media coverage of the Chazen Museum of Art, its exhibitions and its permanent collection. Media may only use these images with the permission of the Chazen Museum of Art. Each image must include the caption and photo credit as provided. Cropping, overprinting, duotones, and color manipulations are prohibited.
Drawn to Art: Celebrating the Waisman Center's Harvey A. Stevens International Collection of Art by People with Developmental Disabilities
Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries (May 11–July 15, 2018)
Herleik Kristiansen, Norway, Birds, NA, linoleum print, 20 x 18 in.
George Wilson, USA, Dogs, NA, crayon, 26 x 34 in.
Robert Hanneman, USA, Greenhouse and Flowers #2, NA, felt-tip marker, 22 x 28 in.
Renata Berdes, USA, Hospital Bed, NA, tempera, 55 x 45 in.
Billy Borgerd, USA, Road, NA, acrylic, 16 x 20 in.
Sebastiao Theodoro Paulino DaSilva, Brazil, The Coop of the White Chickens, NA, cardboard and gouache, 24 x 18 in.
Dan Campbell, Untitled #7, NA, 25 x 20 in.
Watanabe: Japanese Print Envoy Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries
(June 1–September 2, 2018)
Elizabeth Keith, (Scottish, 1887–1956), Kongo in Okina, 1936, color woodcut, 12 1/4 x 17 3/16 in., gift of Ruth A. Ruege, 2005.2.15
Ito Shinsui, (Japanese, 1898–1972), Young Woman in Orange Robe, 2/1917, color woodcut, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2793
Natori Shunsen, (Japanese, 1886–1960), Ichikawa Sadanji II as Marubashi Chuya, from the series Supplement to the Collection of Shunsen Portraits, 1931, color woodcut, 375 x 254 mm, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2955
Ito Sozan, (Japanese, b. 1884 - active ca. 1915-1926), Bees and Lilies, 1910–1920, color woodcut, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2854
Ito Sozan, (Japanese, b. 1884, active ca. 1915–1926), Swimming Carp, 1910–1920, color woodcut, 136 x 377 mm, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2852
Print in Protest Object Study Room and 2nd floor hallway, Chazen building (June 12–September 16)
Robert Overman Hodgell, (American, 1922—2000), Favorite Son, 1968-1969, woodcut, gift of the estates of Timothy John Wyngaard and his daughter, Elizabeth Eleanor Wyngaard, 2005.32.1
Warrington Colescott, (American, b. 1921), Out My Garden Window, 1969, color intaglio, gift of Mark and Helen Hooper, 1981.87
Russell T. Gordon, (American, 1936—2013), April 4, 1968, ca. 1968, Lithograph, Gift of Hans and Terry Moen, 2018.13.1
William Weege, (American, b. 1935), Hell No I Won't Go!, from the Peace is Patriotic Portfolio, 1967 offset lithograph, gift of Scott Robertson, 2001.87y
Life, Love & Marriage in Renaissance Italy Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries (August 3–November 4)
Master of Charles of Durazzo (active 1370–1420, Florence) Panel from a Marriage Chest (cassone) with Story of Torello and Saladin, ca. 1380–90, tempera and molded and gilded gesso on panel, 20 1/8 x 49 1/4 x 2 3/8 in. (51 x 125 x 6 cm), collection of Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy, Inv. 16201
Giovanni di Ser Giovanni Guidi, called Lo Scheggia (b. 1406, San Giovanni Valdarno; d. 1486, Florence) Panel from a Marriage Chest (cassone) with Story of Lisabetta of Messina, ca. 1440–50, tempera on panel, 20 5/8 x 18 3/4 x 2 in. (52.5 x 47.5 x 5.2 cm), collection of Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy, Inv. Dipinti 306
Artist unknown (south central Italy) Enthroned Madonna and Child with Saints and Crucifixion, 1325–50, tempera and gold on panel, 17 3/8 x 18 1/2 x 1 5/8 in. (44 x 47 x 4 cm) open, collection of Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy, Inv. 3524
Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, called Sandro Botticelli (b. 1445, Florence; d. 1510, Florence) and Workshop Madonna and Child, ca. 1490, tempera and gold on panel, 28 7/8 x 22 5/8 x 3 7/8 in. (73.5 x 57.5 x 10 cm), collection of Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy, Inv. 16209