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Art Credits

Thriving in 2009

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Andrew John Henry Way. Flora and Pomona. 1873. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Partial and promised gift of Stiles Tuttle Colwill, Lutherville, Maryland, BMA 2008.285

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Sir Anthony van Dyck. Rinaldo and Armida. 1629. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Jacob Epstein Collection, BMA 1951.103

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Abraham Bosse. Adolescence (L'Adolescence). 1636. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Blanche Adler Memorial Fund, BMA 2008.69

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Grace Hartigan. Untitled. 1968. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Dr. Michael Baggish, Cincinnati, BMA 2009.43. ©Estate of Grace Hartigan

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Neale & Company, Staffordshire, England. Pair of Ice Pails. 1810–1815. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Bequest of Mary Louise "Wheezie" Gutman, Baltimore, BMA 2009.48a‐c and 2009.49a‐c

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Franz West. Dorit. 2002. Collection of Amalia Dayan and Adam Lindemann. ©Franz West

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Dogon peoples (Mali). Ceremonial Trough. 20th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Geneviève McMillan in Memory of Reba Stewart, BMA 2008.171

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Joseph Pennell. The City, Evening. 1909. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Print, Drawing & Photograph Society Fund, BMA 2008.113.

A Destination

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Franz West. The Ego and the Id. 2008. Collection of Amalia Dayan and Adam Lindemann. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Untitled. 1995. Private Collection, New York, Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery, New York. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Ambulant Walk. 1996. Private Collection, New York, Courtesy of David Zwirner. ©Franz West.

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Mel Guapo, Baltimore City Paper

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Franz West. Lemure Heads. 1992. Private Collection, New York, Courtesy of David Zwirner. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Sisyphos IX. 2002. The Rachofsky Collection, Dallas. ©Franz West

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Franz West, collaboration with Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mirror in the Cabinet with Adaptives. 1996; this installation 2008. Installation at The Baltimore Museum of Art. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Dorit. 2002. Collection of Amalia Dayan and Adam Lindemann. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Adaptive. 1975. Private Collection, New York, Courtesy of David Zwirner. ©Franz West

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Franz West. Prieso. 2003. Hall Collection. ©Franz West. Photographer Robert Rubak

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Franz West. Swimmer. 2005. The Baltimore Museum: Fanny B. Thalheimer Memorial Fund and Frederick R. Weisman Contemporary Art Fund, BMA 2008.16. ©Franz West.

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Franz West. Tournure. 2001. Courtesy of Galeria Bärbel Grässlin, Frankfurt am Main. ©Franz West

Our Legacy

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Sir Anthony van Dyck. Rinaldo and Armida. 1629. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Jacob Epstein Collection, BMA 1951.103

Leadership

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Claude Monet. Charing Cross Bridge (Reflections on the Thames). 1899‒1904. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Helen and Abram Eisenberg Collection, BMA 1945.94.

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Sandro Botticelli and Detail. Madonna Adoring the Child with Five Angels. c. 1485-1490. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Mary Frick Jacobs Collection, BMA 1938.226

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Jean Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. The Game of Knucklebones (les Osselets). c. 1734. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Mary Frick Jacobs Collection, BMA 1938.193

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Robert Motherwell. Detail. Africa. 1965. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of the Artist, BMA 1965.12. Art © Dedalus Foundation, Inc./Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

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Baga peoples (Guinea). Dance Mask with Superstructure (D’mba). 19th-mid-20th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Alan Wurtzburger, BMA 1957.97

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Dan Flavin. Detail. Untitled (To Barnett Newman for "Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf"). 1993-1994. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Caplan Family Contemporary Art Fund, and Collectors Circle Fund, BMA 1993.210. © Stephen Flavin/Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Auguste Rodin. The Thinker. Original model 1880; cast 1904-17. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Jacob Epstein Collection, BMA 1930.25.1

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Henri Matisse. Interior with Dog. 1934. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Cone Collection, formed by Dr. Claribel Cone and Miss Etta Cone of Baltimore, Maryland, BMA 1950.257. © 2010 Succession H. Matisse /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Designer: Christopher Dresser. Manufacturer: Minton’s, England, Jardiniere. c.1870. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with bequest funds from Sadie B. Feldman, BMA 2006.101

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Fagbite Asamu or Falola Edun (Yoruba culture, Nigeria). Ifa Divination Bowl. Mid-20th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Russell L. Wade, Washington, D.C., BMA 1999.748

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Antioch, Turkey (formerly Syria). Lion and Humped Ox. 5th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Antioch Subscription Fund, BMA 1937.119

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Edgar Degas. Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen. Original Model 1881; cast 1919-21. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Alice Morawetz Bequest Fund, BMA 1943.1

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Louis Comfort Tiffany. Flower, Fish and Fruit. c. 1885. The Baltimore Museum of Art, BMA 1979.173

Community

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John Ruppert. Orb. 2009. ©John Ruppert

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Sondheim Finalist, Jessie Lehson working on Growth & Decay on the BMA’s West Lawn. 2009. ©Jessie Lehson

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Baltimore Development Cooperative. Detail. Participation Park. 2009. ©BDC

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Hadieh Shafie. Detail, Converge. 2009. ©Hadieh Shafie

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Ryan Hackett. Synthetic Tiger Skull with Artificial Sunlight Pads and Sound. 2009. ©Ryan Hackett

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Carl Grubbs, 2009 Mary Sawyers Baker Prize Winner

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Baltimore Development Cooperative. Participation Park. 2009. ©BDC

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Leslie Furlong. Parking Lot Series #3. 2009. ©Leslie Furlong

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Hadieh Shafie. 27989. 2009. ©Hadieh Shafie

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Ryan Hackett. Synthetic Tiger Skull. 2009. ©Ryan Hackett

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Karen Yasinsky. I Choose Darkness. 2009. ©Karen Yasinsky

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Molly Springfield. Detail, A Brief Note on the Translation. 2009. ©Molly Springfield

Our Donors

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Joseph Pennell. The City,Evening. 1909. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Print, Drawing & Photograph Society Fund, BMA 2008.113

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Neale & Company, Staffordshire, England. Pair of Ice Pails. 1810–1815. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Bequest of Mary Louise "Wheezie" Gutman, Baltimore, BMA 2009.48a‐c and 2009.49a‐c

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David Hockney. Inside the Castle from Illustrations for Six Fairy Tales from The Brothers Grimm. 1969 (edition: 20/100). Etching in Black. 22 1/4 x 15 1/2 inches. The Baltimore Museum of Art: The Ryda H. Levi Collection of Illustrated books, Bequest of Ryda H. Levi, Baltimore, BMA 2009.27.1-7.©David Hockney

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Georgiana Roney Wylie. "Puff-Quilted Grape Vine" Quilt. 1925-1930. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of David Wylie Wilson, Toronto, BAM 2008.104. ©Georgiana Roney Wylie

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Abraham Bosse. Adolescence (L'Adolescence). 1636. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Blanche Adler Memorial Fund, BMA 2008.69

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Alexander Calder. Untitled. c. 1960. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Robert and Debra Gordon, New York, BMA 2008.115. © 2010 Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki. Social Gathering. 1758. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Blanche Adler Memorial Fund; and purchased as the gift of the Print, Drawing & Photograph Society, BMA 2009.7

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Andrew John Henry Way. Flora and Pomona. 1873. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Partial and promised gift of Stiles Tuttle Colwill, Lutherville, Maryland, BMA 2008.285

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Dogon peoples (Mali). Ceremonial Trough. 20th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Geneviève McMillan in Memory of Reba Stewart, BMA 2008.171

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Christian Rohlfs. Half‐Length Female Figure (Weibliche Halbfigur). 1913. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Nelson and Juanita Greif Gutman Fund, BMA 2009.1

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Iatmul peoples (Korogo Village, East Sepik Province, Independent State of Papua New Guinea). Orator's Stool. 20th century. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of A. Harvey and Phyllis K. Schreter, Baltimore, BMA 2008.233

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Grace Hartigan. Dropper Stopper. 1958. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Anna Elizabeth Fehl Acquisitions Endowment, BMA 2009.2. ©Estate of Grace Hartigan

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Designer: Taxile Doat. Manufacturer: Sèvres, Paris.Vase des Lesbos: Diana, Pomona and Bacchus. 1896-1897. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Joseph Holtzman and Carl Skoggard in Honor of the Lesbians of Baltimore, BMA 2009.86