poolside Giant Art Babies Key


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Teapot,
1723-24, Scotland. Silver with Pearwood. Henry Beathune active 18th century. Gift of Miss Bella Mabury. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.


2.
Objet III, 1989, Glass. Frantisek Viznerb. 1936. Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic). Gift of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser. The Los Angeles County Museam of Art, LA, CA.


3.
Head, Mexico, Tabasco 1000-400 B.C., Stone. Gift of John Gilbert Bourne. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. LA, CA.


4.
Finial for a Religious Standard (alam), India, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, south-east Asian, 18th-19th century, The Los Angeles County Museam of Art, LA, CA.


5.
Ottawa crooked knife, Beaver Island, Michigan, nineteenth century. L 10 3/8 in, W 2 7/8 in. Wood (maple), rawhide, steel. DIA 81.293, Museum Purchase with funds from the state of Michigan, the city of Detroit, and the Founders Society. Provenance:
purchased at Beaver Island by Milford G. Chandler; Richard A. Pohrt. Flint Institute of Art 1973, Detroit Institute of Arts 1986.


6.
Bird Palma, Mexico, Veracruz, 600-900, Basalt. Gift of Constance McCormick Fearing.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.


7.
Amun, Egypt. The date somewhat after the end of the New Kingdom, a period when Egypt, produced its finest metal statuary. Dynasty 22. Gold, H6 7/8 in. Purchase, Edward S. Harkness Gift, 1926. The Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.


8.
Dragon and jewel amid waves, Japan, nineteenth century. Hirado ware, porcelain with underglaze blue. Gift of Allan and Maxine Kurtzman. The Los Angeles County Museum
of Art, LA, CA.


9.
Pedestal clock, Detail, by Jacques Thuret, Andre-Charles Boulle, and Jean Berain, Paris France, 1690-95. Inlaid with engraved pewter on a ground of Reddish-brown tortoiseshell and set with elaborate gilt-bronze mounts. The Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.


10.
Mademoiselle Pogany (III), 1931, Constantin Brancusi, 1876-1957, French (born Rumania), White marble; limestone and oak four-part base, 17 1/16 X 7 1/2 X 10 1/2 inches (43.3 X 19 X 26.6.cm) Base (four elements): 50 1/2 inches (128.2 cm), The
Louise and Walter Aresberg Collection, 1950, Philadelphia Museam of Art.


11.
The Pectoral of Princess Sithathoryunet. Egypt. The central motif of the pectoral is the cartouche of Senwosret II. Three hundred seventy-two carved bits of turquoise, lapis lazuli, carnelian, and garnet are inlaid into individual cloisons fused onto a gold base.
Dynasty 12, c. 1897-1878 B.C., from Lahun, tomb 8. Pectoral: gold, amethyst, turquoise, feldspar, carnelian, lapis lazuli, and garnet; Pectoral: L. 3 1/4 in., H. 1 3/4 in., circumference of clasped girdle, 31 7/8 in.; wristlets: L. 5 3/4 in.; anklets: L. 7 1/8 in. Purchase, Rogers Fund and Henry Walters Gift, 1916.


12.
Jacob Vosmaer, Dutch, 1584-1641. A Vase with Flowers, Detail. 1615-20, Oil on wood, 33 1/2 X 24 1/2 in. (85 X 62cm). Purchase, 1871 (71.5). The Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.


13.
Sioux Doll, South Dakota, C. 1890. H 19 7/8 in, W14 in. Native Tanned cowhide, muslin, glass beads, dentalium shells.
Richard and Marion Pohrt (1349). Provenance ; collected by Lieutenant Hartwick in South Dakota; Detroit Historical Museum (by exchange).


14.
John Singleton Copley, American, 1738-1815. John Greenleaf, ca. 1753-54 Oil on canvas, 21 1/2 X 17 3/4 in. (54.6 X 45.1 cm) Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.


15.
Vase, c. 1900, Stoneware. Dedham Pottery, Dedham, Massachusetts, 1896-1943. Designed and Made by Hugh Cornwell Roberson, England, 1845-1908, active United States. Gift of Max Palevsky and Jodie Evans. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.


16.
Alexander Calder, Untitled (Standing Mobile), circa 1964. Painted steel, brass and wire.


17.
Sacred Heart of Jesus with Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Saint Louis Gonzaga c.- 1770, oil on copper, 16 1/8 X 12 7/8 in. (41 X 32.7 cm ). Denver Art Museum. Collection of Jan and Frederick R. Mayer.


18.
Masked Figure Pendant, Colombia (Yotoco), 1st-7th century. Cast gold alloy, H. 2 3/4in. (7 cm). The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A Rockefeller, 1979.


19.
Rising Sun, Glass, 1986, Mark Peiser, B. 1938, Penland, North Carolina. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.


20.
Christ Creating the Animals on the Sixth Day, ivory plaque. South Italian (school of Amalfi), about 1085, H. 4 1/4 in. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. The Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.


21.
Cactus Blossom Teacup and Saucer, United States, Trenton, N.J. circa 1882-1890,Ott and Brewer, Belleek porcelain with hand painted decoration and gilding, Cup Height: 2 in. (5.08 cm), Diameter: 3 1/4 in. (8.26 cm); Saucer diameter: 5 1/2 in. (13.97 cm), Gift of Max Palevsky. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.


22.
Gold Wreath, Greek, 300-100 B.C., Gold 7 11/16 - 9/16 X 25 3/8 in. Gold wreaths such as this one derive their form from wreaths of real leaves worn in religious ceremonies and given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests. Because of their fragility, gold wreaths were probably not meant to be worn. They were dedicated to the gods in sanctuaries and placed in graves as funerary offerings. Although known in earlier periods, gold wreaths became much more frequent in the Hellenistic age, probably due in large part to the greatly increased availability of gold in the Greek world following the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great. The Getty Center Los Angeles, LA, CA.

23.
Armband, Mexico, Northern Veracruz 800-1250. Shell. Gift of Constance McCormick Fearing. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

24.
Centaur (detail), 1955, painted wood. Pablo Picasso, Spain, 1881-1973. Gift of Gloria and David L. Wolper. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

25.
Stag Rhyton, Eastern Mediterranean, ca. 50 B.C.-A.D. 50,
Gilded silver, garnet, glass. H: 27.4 cm (10 3/4 in.); L: 46 cm (18 1/8 in.); DIAM (rim):
12.6 cm (5 in.) The J. Paul Getty Museum, LA, CA

26.
Vessel for Scented Oil with Patterned Bands, Greek, Ionia (present-day western Turkey), 200 - 100 B.C. Faience, 9 1/16 in. Both the form and material of this faience alabastron ultimately derive from Egypt. An alabastron is a container for perfumed oil that takes its name from alabaster, the material from which the original Egyptian examples were made. Greek artists adopted the Egyptian alabastron's shape in the
600s B.C. but made the vessel in a variety of materials. Faience is made from quartz silicate, which produces a glass-like glazed surface when fired. The lack of figural
decoration is unusual. The Alabastron was made in three pieces: the mouth and foot were molded, and the body was formed on a potter's wheel. The Getty Villa Malibu. LA, CA.

27.
Oil Jar Shaped as Aphrodite in a Shell, Greek, made in Athens 400-375 B.C.. Found in Phanagoria, the Bosporan Kingdom. Terracotta, gold, and pigment, 16.9 X 11 X 11 cm. The State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Rusia.


28.
Serpent Rattle Tails, Mexico, Teotinuacan 450-650, Basalt. Stylized serpent rattles served as architectural elements and can still be seen as balusters along stair ways of buildings at Teotinuacan. Gift of Constance McCormick Fearing. The Los Angeles County Museam of Art, LA, CA.

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Lei Niho Palaoa, whale tooth, Pre Captain James Cook, before 1778. Hawaiian craftsmen fashioned a variety of personal ornaments which were among the most refined in all Polynesia. A prized Hawaiian ornament was a neckpiece worn by men and women of chiefly rank. It was called lei niho palaoa and consisted of a hooklike ornament, carved from a whale tooth or, after European trade began, walrus tooth. It
was fastened to many lengths of braided human hair. The hook ornaments were between 3 and 5 inches in length and 1 or 2 inches wide. They were worn by men in battle and by both men and women on ceremonial occasions.

32.
Mosaic Inlay Pin,
Artist unknown, 1938 . Hopi overlay.The discovery of prehistoric jewelry at the ancient village of Hawikuh inspired a revival of mosaic work in the 1920's. The updated
technique utilized silver backing rather than wood. U.S.A.

33.
Hair Ornament, Louis Comfort Tiffany, American, 1848-1933. Silver, enamel, black and pink opals, and demantoid garnets. H. 3 1/4 in (8.3 cm). Gift of Linden Havemeyer Wise, in memory of Louisine W. Havemeyer, 2002. The Metropolitan Museam of Art, New York, NY.

34.
Red/Blue Combination Arc, 1984, Glass. Harvey Littleton, United States, b. 1922. Active North Carolina. Sculpture; glass, 14 X 15 X 2 in. (35.6 X 38.1 X 5.1 cm) Gift of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Stainhauser. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

35.
Femme bleue assis 1, Henri Matisse, French, 1869-1954, Pochois. Color lithograph after a paper cut-out and gouache, 1952. Published in the deluxe art review, Verve. This work was produced under Matisse's supervision for a special issue of Verve dedicated to Matisse's paper cut-outs. He died before the work was published and the volume then became a tribute to Matisse, Les Dernieres Oeuvres de Matisse. Signed in the stone. Image size: 355 X 260 mm.

36.
Bird, Untitled, Russian, ca. 1926-1927, Ivan Vasilievich Kliun, 1873-1943, The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art, LA, CA.

37.
Beak-Spouted Painted Pot, Western Iran c. 1000-800 B.C., Buff ware, cream slip, reddish orange painted decoration. Gift of Nasli M. Heeramaneck. The Los Angeles
County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

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Africa

39.
Moth Pendant and box. ca. 1900. Lucien Galliard, 1861-1933. Pendant: Gold, champleve enamel, citrines, carved horn; Box: 7.6 X 9.2 cm. Purchase, Dorothy Merksamer Bequest, in honor of Cynthia Hazen Polsky. Location; The Metropolitan
Museum of Art, New York, NY.

40.
Antelope Headdress (Chi Wara), 20th century, Africa, Mali, Bamana peoples. Mask/ headdress, Wood and fibers, Height: 17 1/2 X 7in. (44.45 X 17.78 cm) The Phil Berg Collection, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

41.
Flute, Mexico, Southern Veracruz, Nopiloa, 300-500. Slip- painted ceramic. Gift of the
Museum Council in honor of the Museum's 25th Anniversary. The Los Angeles County
Museum of Art, LA, CA.

42. Virgin and Child with Saints Luis of Toulouse and Michael, Siena, Itali, The Italian Renaissance, Luca di Tomme (or Luca Thome) c. 1330-1389, Tempera on wood panel, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

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Mask of Pan, Roman, 1st century A.D. Marble, H. 11 1/8 in. (28.3) . The Bothmer Purchase Fund, 2002. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

44.
Vase, Ca. 1925. Jean Dunand, French 1877-1942. Lacquered metal H. 6 1/4 in. (15.9cm). Purchase, Lita Annenberg Hazen Charitable Trust Gift, 1998. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

45.
Standard Surmounted by a Ram , Bronze, H. 7 1/4 in. (18.3 cm). Iran, Late 2nd Millennium B.C. Gift of Norbert Schimmel Trust, 1989. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y.

46.
Erabaki, 1968, Iron, 32.5 X 48 X 57 cm, Eduardo Chillida (Spain 1924-2002) Donation: The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark.

47.
Le grand assistant (La grande grenouille), 1967/76, Bronze, 129 X 82 X 78 cm, Max Ernst 1891-1976, Germany. Donation: Max Ernst, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark.

48.
Tile, Greater Iran, 15th Century. Fritware, glazed, cut to shape, and assembled as mosaic. Diameter: 23 1/2 in., Depth: 1 1/2 in. The Madina Collection of Islamic Art, gift of Camilla Chandler Frost. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA.

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Tiki or Heitiki, Maori, Nephrite jade or greenstone or in Maori Pounamu, New Zealand.

50.
Female Figure of the Late Spedos or Dokathismata Type. Attributed to the Schuster Master. Early Cycladic II, ca. 2400 B.C., Marble, H: 40.6 cm (16 in.). The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA
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