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McCormick Hall 2007
McCormick Hall, Princeton University, 2007
Photo: Julie Angarone & David Connelly

Still Life with Watermelon
Rubens Peale, American, 1784-1865
Still Life with Watermelon
1865
Oil on canvas
48.3 x 69.9 cm. (19 x 27 1/2 in.)
Princeton University Art Museum. Gift in honor of Professor John Wilmerding from his friends and former students and the Kathleen C. Sherrerd Fund for Acquisitions in American Art.
(2007-20)

Antioch-on-the-Orontes
Roman, Turkey, Antioch-on-the-Orontes, early 3rd century A.D.
Mosaic Pavement: Drinking Contest of Dionysos and Herakle (detail)
Stone and glass
526.0 x 527.0 cm. (207 x 207 1/2 in.)
figural scene: 229.2 x 295.5 cm. (90 1/4 x 116 3/8 in.)
Princeton University Art Museum. Gift of the Committee for the Excavation of Antioch to Princeton University.
(1965-216)
Photo: Bruce M. White

Tuned set of 65 bronze bells
Tuned set of 65 bronze bells from the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (d.433 BC) at Suizhou in Hubei province, China. Hubei Provincial Museum, Wuhan, PRC.

The Shape Project
Allan Mccollum
American, born 1944
The Shapes Project, 2005– One hundred forty-four unique framed digital prints (from a projected series of thirty-one billion unique variants)
Princeton University Art Museum; Museum purchase, gift of the Advisory Council of the Princeton University Art Museum and the Fowler McCormick, Class of 1921, Fund in honor of Susan M. Taylor, director, 2000–2008
Courtesy of the artist and Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston

Statuette of a Centaur
Greek, possibly Athenian, ca. 530 B.C.
Statuette of a Centaur
Cast bronze
h. 11.1 cm.,(4 3/8 in.), l. 11.9 cm. (4 11/16 in.)
Princeton University Art Museum.
Gift of Damon Mezzacappa.
(1997-36)
Photo: Bruce M. White

El Anatsui, Signature, 2005
El Anatsui, Signature, 2005, wood, acrylic paint, (courtesy of the artist)


Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254–1322), Mind Landscape of Xie Youyu (Youyu qiu he), ca. 1287, detail.
Handscroll; ink and color on silk; painting: 27.4 x 117.0 cm.; calligraphy: 27.4 x 214.3 cm.
Princeton University Art Museum.
Edward L. Elliott Family Collection.
Museum purchase, Fowler McCormick, Class of 1921, Fund (y1984–13).
Photo: Bruce M. White

Fountain of the Tritons
Carlo Bizzaccheri, Fountain of the Tritons, Rome, 1717-19, detail with arms of Pope Pope Clement XI, Albani. Photo: John Pinto

Chorus Line
Wangechi Mutu
Chorus Line, 2008
Watercolor and collage on paper, 4 of 8 parts
Princeton University Art Museum; Museum purchase, Fowler McCormick, Class of 1921, Fund
Courtesy of the artist and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects
Photo credit: Robert Wedemeyer

Hawa Mahall /"Wind Palace" in Jaipur
Hawa Mahall /"Wind Palace" in Jaipur, (Rajastan) India, 1799
Photo: Thomas Leisten

Kanaya
Japanese
Edo period, 1600 - 1868
Andō Hiroshige, 1797 - 1858
Kanaya, from Famous Views of the Fifty-three Stations
ca. 1855
Woodblock print (ōban tate-e format); ink and colors on paper
37.8 x 25.3 cm. (14 3/4 x 9 7/8 in.)
Princeton University Art Museum. Gift of Anne van Biema.
(1996-214)
Photo: Bruce M. White

Crucifixion
Book Cover, Enamel, Limoges, copper, gilt, champlevé enamel, (30 x 19.5 cms); first quarter of the thirteenth century. Crucifixion with the Virgin and Saint John. Musée National du Moyen Âge, Paris; Thermes de Cluny (Cl 971b)

Eugène Thiébault
Eugène Thiébault (French, b. 1825)
Henri Robin and a Specter, 1863
Albumen silver print; 22.9 x 17.4 cm
Collection Gérard Lévy, Paris

The Hedgehog and the Fox
Richard Serra
The Hedgehog and the Fox
2001
Princeton University
Photo: Jay Plett

Podromos Monastery
Professor Slobodan Ćurčić, Nikolas Bakirtzis *06,
and students at the Monastery of St. John Prodromos
northern Greece, 2005

Nino and students
Professor Nino Zchomelidse and students, 2007

Professor Childs
Professor William A. P. Childs ’64 *71, Polis, 2006

Spinalonga
Professor Patricia Fortini Brown and students, Spinalonga, 2007

Rachael DeLue
Rachael DeLue, assistant professor of art and archaeology, in the University Art Museum during her freshman seminar, “Art as Science/Science as Art.”
Photo:Denise Applewhite

Professor Leisten
Professor Thomas Leisten, Balis, Syria, 2005

Venice
Professors Patricia Fortini Brown, John Pinto, with Meg Pinto and students at the Villa Rotunda, Vicenza, 2007

Professor Shimizu
Professor Shimizu explaining an ancient scroll
during a field trip to the Smithsonian
Photo:Kerry Vaughan

Class Day 07
Katy Kratsios and Lauren Racusin, Class of 2007

Painting
Temitayo (Tayo) Ogunbiyi, Class of 2006
Photo: John Jameson

Derek and Chrissy
Derek Whitworth and Chrissy McMillan, Class of 2007
Photo: Marisa Reisel


A Love of Art (Girl Kissing "Tindaro Screpolato," by Igor Mitoraj, Boboli Gardens, Florence)
Photograph by Teddy Forsyth, Princeton '08
Courtesy Emily Aull, Princeton '08

Venice Trip
Professors Patricia Fortini Brown and John Pinto in
Venice with studentsin Art 440 during their trip to the Veneto

Grad Students
Grad Students Johanna Heinrichs, Nika Elder, Jess Paga and Alex Walthall

Four Evangelists
The Four Evangelists by Abraham Bloemaert
1615, oil on canvas 177x226cm
Princeton Art Museum

Portrait of a Young Female Telephonist
Portrait of a Young Female Telephonist
Getty Images Digital Vision Collection
Artist: John Richardson

Man With Binoculars
Businessman Sitting on the Beach Looking at the View
Getty Images Digital Vision Collection
Artist: Nick Henderson