Wild & Domestic: Selections from the Permanent Collection

May 17 – September 7, 2024

 

  • Anne Arnold (American, 1925 – 2014). Both works: Gift of the Anne Arnold Briggs Living Trust. Courtesy of the Alexandre Gallery, NY
    • Ohno (Skunk), 1975. Acrylic on polyester resin coated Dynel over wood. 2020.9.1
    • Bill (Horse), 1976. Polyester resin coated Dynel over wood.
  • John James Audubon (American, 1785 – 1851). Both works: Color lithograph
    • Lynx Rufus (American Wildcat), 1842. Gift of Kennedy Gallery, 57.26.G
    • Raccoons, 1845. Gift of Carnegie Corporation, 46.56.G
  • Daniel Britton (American, born 1949). Running Dog, 2003. Lithograph. Gift of Siri Beckman, 2005.8.4
  • John Buck (American, born 1946). The Great Divide, 1993. Woodblock. Bequest of Robert Venn Carr Jr., Class of 1938, 2004.9.31
  • Fran Bull (American, born 1938). Lion Diptych, 1980. Color screenprint. Gift of Adam E. Schuster, 96.9.2
  • Thomas Cornell (American, 1937 – 2012). Both works: Gift of the Estate of Thomas Cornell
    • Study for Snapping Turtle, 1969. Etching with hand-colored wash. 2019.14.8
    • Snapping Turtle, First State, 1968. Etching. 2019.14.6
  • Scott Daniel Ellison (American, born 1973). Both works: Museum purchase
    • Hallway, 2010. Acrylic on board. 2011.6.1
    • Snow Hill, 2009. Acrylic on board. 2011.6.2
  • Oscar J. Gillespie (American, born 1952). Float & Scamper, 2003. Engraving. Gift of Siri Beckman, 2005.8.10
  • Leon Albert Golub (American, 1922 – 2004). Flip Flop, 1994. Lithograph. Gift of Sandra S. Jackson, 99.4.7
  • John Huggins (American, born 1961). Aquarium #2, Sydney, Australia, 2004. Pigment print. Gift of the artist & Sears-Peyton Gallery, NYC, 2014.12.4
  • Dahlov Ipcar (American, 1917 – 2017).
    • Fox and Geese, 1942. Woodblock. Gift of the artist, 69.159.G
    • Stripes and Spots, 1993. Lithograph. Gift of Dahlov Ipcar in memory of Adolph Ipcar, 2004.1.7
  • Stella Johnson (American, born 1953). Horse. Rancho Peralta, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1995. Gelatin silver print. Gift of the artist, 2007.15.16
  • Kurt James Kemp (American, born 1957). Untitled (Tortoise & Hare), 2003. Intaglio. Gift of Siri Beckman, 2006.1.5
  • Bernard Langlais (American, 1921 – 1977). Both works: Gift of Colby College and Kohler Foundation, Inc.
    • Untitled (Giraffe), 1976-1977. Wood. 2013.14.1
    • Lion with Tail Resting on Back, 1976. Wood. 2013.14.3
  • Aristide Maillol (French, 1861 – 1944). Goats, Illustration for ”Georgiques” by Virgil, 1937. Woodcut. The Kenduskeag Fund, 59.34.G
  • Henri Maik (French, 1922 – 1993). Le Bain des Medes (Bath of the Medeans), 1969. Bequest of Robert Venn Carr Jr., Class of 1938, 2004.9.94
  • Roderick Fletcher Mead (American, 1900 – 1972). Horns and Thorns, 1925. Engraving. Museum purchase, 52.3.G
  • Leo John Meissner (American, 1895 – 1977). It Has Been a Busy Day, no date. Wood engraving. Gift of Mrs. Leo Meissner, 78.13.G
  • Boshu Nagase (Japanese, 1924 – 2020) Both works: Gift of the artist
    • Swimming Crab, 2004. Gyotaku fish print. 2004.12.3
    • Untitled, 2002. Gyotaku fish print on rice paper. 2001.9.1.11
  • Cynthia Osborne (American, 1947 – 2018). Tail Count, 2003. Lithograph and serigraph. Gift of Siri Beckman, 2007.4.1
  • Mimmo Paladino (Italian, born 1948). Atlantico Series #6, 1987. Linocut with collograph. Gift of Robert Venn Carr Jr., Class of 1938, 89.5.16
  • Danny Pierce (American, born 1920). The Big Moose, 1968. Etching. Gift of the artist, 72.105.G.NA
  • Hideo Takeda (Japanese, born 1948). No. 8 Inu, 1976. Screenprint. Gift of Dwight Holmes, Class of 1952, and Michael Conte, 97.5.42
  • Unknown Chinese artist. Head Rest, no date. Ceramic. Gift of Dr. Marvin Sackner, 80.155.M
  • Jacob Gerard Veldheer (Dutch, 1866 – 1954). Ree (Doe), from ”Wendingen” No. 7-8, 1919. Woodcut on Japanese paper. Transfer from Fogler Library, Gift of Carnegie Corporation, 74.645.10
  • Neil Welliver (American, 1929 – 2005). Roaring Bear, no date. Watercolor and graphite. Gift of Anna and Owen Wells, 2014.1.8

 

Etching of a young deer on a black background by      Gyotaku fish print of two black fish by Boshu Nagase

Left: JACOB GERARD VELDHEER (Dutch, 1866 – 1954). Ree (Doe), from ”Wendingen” No. 7-8, 1919. Woodcut on Japanese paper. Transfer from Fogler Library, Gift of Carnegie Corporation, 74.645.10

Right: BOSHU NAGASE (Japanese, 1924 – 2020). Untitled, 2002. Gyotaku fish print on rice paper. 2001.9.1.11