CLASSICAL AND ANCIENT WORLD
Bronze Age Minoan Crete [6 slides]
1. Restored Fragment Toreador Fresco; A girl taking part in the bull sports, c.1500 BC.
2. Linear B Tablet; Recording Chariot Wheels, clay, c.1400 BC.
3. Votive Shrine Figures; Clay figure of man with dagger from peak sanctuary at Pet sofas; Votive bronze double-headed ax [labors] from Dictean Cave; Bronze figure of a woman in attitude of prayer from the Dictean Cave.
4. Vasiliki pottery beak spouted jug, mottled red and black, ht. 185mm; diam. 147mm.
5. Seal Stone; 3-sided prism of white steatite 17mm w. with a] ship, b] wild boar and bird, c] 2 large storage vessels.
6. Stone Vase; Serpentine Bird Nests Bowl with petal carving on outside from Milatos, Lte Minoan 1.
Ancient Greeks and Persians at War (02 ANT 003)
1. Hoplite Warrior takes leave of an older man, detail of an Attic red-figure wine-mixing bowl, column-crater, by the Oionokles painter 5th c. BC (Inv.1917.60/ARV 649, 47 presented by Sir Arthur Evans)
2. Running Warrior with spear, helmet and shield, detail of an Attic red-figure Nolan amphora, by the Alkimachos painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.1919.23/ARV 529,6)
3. Fight between Two Men armed as Hoplites, Athenian black-figure wine jug, oinochoe, the workshop of the Athena painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.1879.148/ABV 529,53)
4. Greek Hoplite attacks a Persian who raises his spear and rectangular wicker shield, gerrhon, in defense, detail of an Attic red-figure cup, by the painter of the Oxford Brygos, from Cerveteri, 5th c. BC (Inv.1911.615/ARV 399)
5. A Mounted Archer wearing either Persian or Scythian dress; tiara, cardigan, trousers carrying bow case and quiver, or gorytos, detail of an Attic red-figure plate from Chiusi, by Paseas, 6th or 5th c. B.C. (Inv.1879.175/ARV 163, 8)
6. Two Men Fight over a Fallen Warrior, both wear Corinthian helmets, bell corselets, swords, greaves, with raised spears; one with Hoplite shield, opponent with Boeotian shield, detail of an Attic black-figure water jug, hydria, manner of the Lysippides painter, 6th or 5th c. (Inv.1965.119/ARV 261,35)
Ancient Greek Musical Instruments (02 ANT 002)
1.Winged Nike Playing a Lyre, detail, Attic RF Lekythos, Pan Painter, Gela, Sicily, 5th c. BCE (Inv. 1888.1401 (V.312; ARV 556, 102)
2.Flying Nike holding a Cithara, detail, Attic RF Amphora, Berlin Painter, Gela, Sicily, 5th c. BCE (Inv. 1890.30 (V.274; ARV 203, 100) *see #3 the Nike would ensure the victory of the Citharode in a singing competition
3.Youthful Citharode [professional singer], detail, Attic RF Amphora, Berlin Painter, Gela, Sicily, 5th c. BCE (Inv. 1890.30 (V.274; ARV 203, 100) *see #2
4.Armed Youth sounds Trumpet [Salpinx] as Battle signal from Theseus Capture of Antiope, detail, Attic RF Cup, Oltos, 6th or 5th c. BCE (Inv. 1927.4065 (ARV 62, 77)
5.Apollo holds his Lyre with Muses to either side holding Auloi [double-flutes], detail, Attic RF Stamnos, Villa Giulia Painter, 5th c. BCE (Inv. Fortnum C.207 (V.524; ARV 620, 30)
6.Woman sits playing the Cithara, detail, Attic white-ground Lekythos, Achilles Painter, 5th c. BCE (Inv. 1889-1016 (V. 266; ARV 1000, 195)
Ancient Greek Men at Work (02 ANT 006)
1. Shoemaker cuts a piece of leather round the foot of a customer, whose companion looks on, Athenian pottery black-figure pelike, attributed to the Eucharides painter, from Rhodes, 5th c. BC (Inv.G.247/V.563)
2. A helmet-maker crouches on a low stool, putting finishing touches with a file to a Corinthian helmet, Athenian pottery red-figure drinking cup, attributed to the Antiphon painter, from Orvieto, Italy, 5th c. BC (Inv.G.267/V.518)
3. Interior of a Potters Workshop, Athenian pottery red-figure bell-crater, attributed to the Komaris painter, from Greece, 5th c. (Inv.G.287/V.526)
4. Boy leads pair of Horses wearing muzzles, Athenian pottery red-figure drinking cup, skyphos, attributed to Epiktetos, 5th c. (Inv.G.276/V.520)
5. Young Man lies against wine amphora, perhaps an African slave, terracotta statuette, from Taranto, Italy, 4th c. B.C. (Inv.1884.583)
6. Potshard with School Scene: teacher plays double-flute, aulos, while one student holds scroll inscribed with a invocation to sing, and another writes with a stylus on an open writing tablet, deltion, fragment of an Athenian red-figure pottery cup from Naucratis (Inv.G.138.3a)
Ancient Greek Women (02 ANT 005)
1. Woman doing her hair, probably a bride, holding a mirror and a perfume jar hangs behind her, Attic red-figure pottery perfume vessel, amphoriskos, attributed to the Eretria painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.G.303/V 537)
2. Youth stands at an altar, ready to pour a libation as he leaves for war; he holds out a phiale towards a woman, perhaps his mother, who fills it from an oinochoe, Attic red-figure pottery storage jar, pelike, attributed to the Ethiop painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.1927.3)
3. A Woman wearing a short-sleeved chiton bends over a trough in which she kneads bread. Around the slab are animals; a tortoise and scorpion, and rounded pieces of dough, terracotta statuette from Aulis, Boeotia, 5th c. BC (Inv.G.39)
4. Two wreathed women wind wool; the one on the left spins wool to a spindle; one on right makes a skein from wool in a basket, Apulian red-figure pottery water jar, hydria, 5th c. BC (Inv.1974.343)
5. Groom leads Bride with Eros, hovering between them, holding two loutrophoroi, detail from an Attic red-figure pottery water jar, loutrophoros, 5th c. BC (Inv.1930.254)
6. Woman sits near the door of her house, Attic red-figure pottery drinking vessel, skyphos, 5th c. BC (Inv.1934.339)
Ancient Greek Symposia (02 ANT 004)
1. Youth carries a couch and three-legged table on his back, Athenian red-figure pottery storage jar, pelike, attributed to the Pan painter, from Gela, Sicily, 5th c. BC (Inv.1890.29/V.282)
2. Two naked Boys [slaves] kneel by a wine-mixing bowl, column crater; one dips an oinochoe, the other holds cups, Athenian pottery red-figure drinking cup, skyphos, attributed to Epiktetos, 5th c. BC (Inv.G.276/ARV 76,84)
3. Silver Drinking Cup, from Nymphaeum, a Greek colony on the north coast of the Black Sea, late 5th c. BC (Inv.1885.486)
4. Man and Youth recline on a couch at a Symposium, engaged in conversation, Athenian pottery red-figure wine vessel, stamnos, attributed to the Copenhagen painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.1965.127/ARV 258,21)
5. Reveller carries a drinking cup and oinochoe, Athenian pottery red-figure drinking cup, from Gela, attributed to a painter related to the proto-Panaiyian Group, 5th c. BC (Inv.1891.688 (V.302)/ARV 318)
6. Two Revellers fetch wine from a column crater, Athenian pottery red-figure drinking cup, from Cerveteri in Etruria, attributed to the Ambrosios painter, 5th c. BC (Inv.1911.616/ARV 173,1)
The Roman House (02 ANT 008)
1. Model of Plinys [the Younger] Villa at Laurentum, built in the 1st c. AD, made in 1940s by Clifford Pember. (Inv. 1962.37. D: 0.90 x 0.90 m.)
2. Wall Painting with a Mythological Scene, 1st c. AD, Golden House of Nero, Rome, panel showing a female offering the infant Adonis to the goddess Venus after his birth from a tree; another woman stands nearby. (Inv. 1930. 75l. H.:0. 90m)
3. Pewter Jug, Bowls and Plates from Appleford, 4th c. AD, inscriptions on largest plate Lovernianus gave his purchase as a gift and Pacata as well as Pacata on a smaller one.
4. Glass Bowl engraved with a Hunting Scene, 4th c. AD, Roman house at Wint Hill, Banwell, Somerset, repaired, showing a hare being driven into a net by a horseman and two hounds; inscriptions round the rim meaning Long life to you and yours and Drink and good health to you. (Inv. 1957. 168. D: 0.193m).
5. Red Gloss Pottery from a Ship Wreck off the Kentish coast at Pudding Pan, 2nd c. AD, Red Samian vessels from central Gaul.
Gods & Goddesses of Ancient Egypt (02 ANT 007)
1. Osiris with scepter and crook and string of glaze beads, clay figure, eyes, beard and chin strap painted black. From Umm el-Qaab, Abydos, near Tomb of Djer, Late New Kingdom or Late Period (/ht.42.8 cm: 1910.480)
2. Isis suckling the child Horus, bronze statuette, wears vulture headdress and uraeus surmounted by horns and a disk, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.19.7cm: Queens College Loan 1086)
3. Horus of Wadj in the guise of the falcon wearing double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, bronze statuette, eyes originally inlaid, now missing, inscribed, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.27.4 cm: 1949.950)
4. Amun, bronze head from a statuette, with long beard and flat-topped crown surmounted by two tall feathers and sun disk. From el Kab, Late Period (Ht.12 cm: 1933.956)
5. Ptah, mummiform, wearing a skull-cap and long beard, holding was-scepter and ankh-sign, bronze statuette with inlays of gold and silver, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.18.8 cm: 1986.50)
6. Min, mummiform, wears flat-topped crown surmounted by two tall feathers, limestone relief, from Coptos. Dynasty 17 (Ht.97cm: 1894.106b)
7. Atum and Re, as two opposed cats, limestone stela with traces of text and scenes in black ink and traces of red, from Deir-el-Medineh. Dynasty 19 (Ht.21.2cm: 1961.232)
8. Imhotep, seated with an open scroll of papyrus on lap with name inscribed on the roll, bronze statuette, eyes inlaid with copper and gold, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.16.2cm: 1971.1005)
9. Taurt, in the form of a hippopotamus standing on its hind legs holding a sa-amulet, faience statuette, in blue and black glaze, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.9.1cm: 1965.177)
10. Bes, squats with bowl in front of his chest from which he laps up liquid, bronze statuette, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.4.7cm: Fortum B35)
11. Canopic Jars and Lids of Djedbastetefankh, limestone, depicting the four sons of Horus: Imset with human head, Hapy with baboon head, Duamutef with jackal head, Qebehsenuf with hawk head, from Hawara. Dynasty 30 (Ht.50cm: 1889.1320-3)
12. Bastet, bronze statuette of a Cat sacred to, finely incised and pierced ears, whiskers, collar and wadjet-pendant, provenance unknown. Late Period (Ht.14.8cm: 1879.335)
Art of the Amarna Period (888005984X) 6 slides
1.Painted Sandston Statue of Akhenaton, head missing, house, Amarna.
2.Fragment of Column carved with Scene of Offering to Aten, limestone with paint traces, Great Palace of Amarna.
3.Detail of fragmentary Wall Painting showing the 6 Princesses with Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Kings House, Amarna.
4.Head of a Queen, fragment from limestone statue, Amarna.
5.Face of Akhenaten, red quartzite inlay, the Maru-Aten at Amarna.
6.Fragment of Pavement with Wild Geese taking flight from a Marsh, painted plaster, the Maru-Aten at Amarna.
Anglo-Saxon Craftsmanship (8880059858) 6 slides
1.Group of Anglo-Saxon Brooches 5th-6th c.; A pair of saucer brooches excavated at Fairford, Gloucestershire; Square-headed brooch found at Fairford.
2.Anglo-Saxon Garnet Jewelry 6th-7th c.; A jeweled disc brooch of composite type found at Sarre, Kent; Jewelled pendant cross found at Ixworth, Suffolk.
3.The Cuddesdon Bowl 7th c., found in a grave at Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire.
4.The Alfred Jewel late 9th c., most precious relic of Age of Alfred [871-99] found in Newton Park.
5.Late Saxon Goldsmiths Work 9th c., The Minster Lovell Jewel found in Oxfordshire; A pair of strap-ends found on Ipsden Heath, Oxfordshire.
6.The Abingdon Sword late 9th or early 10th c, an iron sword found at Abingdon, Berkshire.
DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS
Masterpieces of Painting from the Ashmolean Museum (02 WAT 012)
1. Paolo UCCELLO, A Hunt in the Forest
2. Piero di COSIMO, The Forest Fire
3. Nicholas POUSSIN, Exposition of Moses
4. Claude LORRAIN, Landscape with Ascanius shooting the Stag of Sylvia
5. Giovanni Battista TIEPOLO, Young Woman with a Macaw
6. Francesco GUARDI, Pope Pius blessing the multitude at Campo SS Giovanni e Paolo Venice
Treasures of the Ashmolean: Slide set 1: Earlier Italian Paintings (02 WAT 005)
1. Giovanni BELLINI, St. Jerome in the Desert
2. Bicci di LORENZO, St. Nicholas rebuking the Tempest
3. GIORGIONE [attributed to], The Virgin and Child
4. Lorenzo di CREDI, The Virgin and Child
5. Domenico GHIRLANDAIO, Portrait of a Young Man
6. Paolo UCCELLO, A Hunt in the Forest
Treasures of the Ashmolean: Slide set 2: Old Master Drawings (02 WAT 006)
1. Giovanni BELLINI, Studies for a recumbent figure of the infant Christ
2. Lucas Van LEYDEN, St. Jerome
3. Albrecht DUERER, Watercolour of Alpine Val di Cembra
4. Hans HOLBEIN the Younger, A Young English-woman
5. Claude LORRAIN, Landscape with Ascanius shooting the Stag of Sylvia
6. REMBRANDT, Study of Saskia Sleeping
Raphael Drawings in the Ashmolean Museum (90009 099 5)
1. Santi RAPHAEL, Studies for Two Guards in a Resurrection
2. Santi RAPHAEL, Portrait of an Unknown Youth
3. Santi RAPHAEL, The Virgin and the Child with St. John
4. Santi RAPHAEL, Lamentation over the Dead Christ
5. Santi RAPHAEL, St. John Gualberto, and other Studies
6. Santi RAPHAEL, A Group of Warriors
7. Santi RAPHAEL, Two Men Conversing on a Fight of Steps and a Head Shouting
8. Santi RAPHAEL, A combat of Nude Men
9. Santi RAPHAEL, Studies of a Kneeling Woman
10. Santi RAPHAEL, A Man Sitting on a Stone
11. Santi RAPHAEL, The Virgin and the Child
12. Santi RAPHAEL, Studies of the Heads of Two Apostles and of their Hands
Michelangelo Drawings in the Ashmolean Museum (907849 61 X)
1. MICHELANGELO, The Virgin and Child with St. Anne
2. MICHELANGELO, A Battle Scene: Horseman attacking Foot Soldiers
3. MICHELANGELO, Studies for the Sistine Ceiling and Tomb of Julius II
4. MICHELANGELO, An Ideal Head
5. MICHELANGELO, A Mans Head in Profile
6. MICHELANGELO, A Sybil
7. MICHELANGELO, Study of a Recumbent Male Figure
8. MICHELANGELO, Three Men in Conversation
9. MICHELANGELO, The Worship of the Brazen Serpent
10. MICHELANGELO, Design for a Window
11. MICHELANGELO, Christ on the Cross between the Virgin and St. John
12. MICHELANGELO, The Descent from the Cross
17th century Dutch and Flemish Still-life Pictures (02 WAT 10)
1. Hendrick ANDRIESSEN, Still life with a Mask
2. Balthasar van der AST, A Vase of Flowers
3. Willem KALF, Still life with an Oriental rug
4. Abraham van BEYEREN, Still Life with a Lobster
5. Pieter CLAESZ, Still life with a Ham
6. Abraham MIGNON, A Vase of Flowers
7. Ambrosius BOSSCHAERT, A Vase of Flowers
8. S. Adriaen COORTE, Still life of Asparagus
9. Jan Jansz VAN DE VELDE, Still life with Pipe-Lighter
10. Simon VERELST, Still life with Apple Blossom and Poppies
11. Jan VONCK, Still life of Game on a Stone Sill
12. Jan Van KESSEL, One of a Set of Four Studies of Insects, Butterflies and Flowers
JMW Turner Watercolours (02 WAT 009)
1. J.M.W. TURNER, Transept of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire
2. J.M.W. TURNER, South View of Christchurch from the Meadows
3. J.M.W. TURNER, Sunshine on the Tamer [Thames?]
4. J.M.W. TURNER, Study of Trees
5. J.M.W. TURNER, Sketch of a Pheasant
6. J.M.W. TURNER, The Junction of the Greta and the Tees at Rokeby
7. J.M.W. TURNER, Scene on the Loire (near the Coteaux de Mauves)
8. J.M.W. TURNER, Scene on the Loire
9. J.M.W. TURNER, On the Rhine: Looking over St. Goar to Katz from Rheinfels
10. J.M.W. TURNER, Venice: The Grand Canal
11. J.M.W. TURNER, Venice: The Accademia
12. J.M.W. TURNER, Evening, Cloud on Mt. Rigi seen from Zug
Samuel Palmer Drawings (02 WAT 008)
1. Samuel PALMER, Self-Portrait
2. Samuel PALMER, A Rustic Scene
3. Samuel PALMER, The Valley Thick with Corn
4. Samuel PALMER, Late Twilight
5. Samuel PALMER, Valley with a Bright Cloud
6. Samuel PALMER, The Skirts of a Wood
7. Samuel PALMER, Early Morning
8. Samuel PALMER, Pastoral with a Horse Chestnut Tree
9. Samuel PALMER, The Flock and the Star
10. Samuel PALMER, Shepherds under a Full Moon
11. Samuel PALMER, The Colosseum and Alban Mount
12. Samuel PALMER, Tintagel, Approaching Rain
French 19th century Paintings in the Ashmolean Museum (02 WAT 011)
Boudin, Pissarro, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Cezanne.
1. Jean-Baptiste Camille COROT, Au Petit Chaville, near Ville dAvray
2. Eugene BOUDIN, Berck, Cloudy Landscape
3. Camille PISSARRO, Le Jardin des Tuileries, Temps de Pluie
4. Vincent Van GOGH, Restaurant de la Siree, Asnieres
5. Henri de TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, La Toilette
6. Paul CEZANNE, Auvers-sur-Oise
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) (02 WAT 002)
1. Camille PISSARRO, Self-Portrait
2. Camille PISSARRO, Farm at Montfoucault
3. Camille PISSARRO, "View from my Window, Eragny"
4. Camille PISSARRO, Study of Two Female Harvesters
5. Camille PISSARRO, Female Peasants placing pea-sticks in the ground
6. Camille PISSARRO, Portrait of Lucien Pissarro
Pre-Raphaelite Paintings (02 WAT 007)
1. William Holman HUNT, A Converted British Family sheltering a Christian Missionary from the persecution of the Druids
2. Charles Aston COLLINS, Convent Thoughts
3. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The First Anniversary of the Death of Beatrice: Dante Drawing an Angel
4. Sir John Everett MILLAIS, The Return of the Dove to the Ark
5. Arthur HUGHES, Home from the Sea ("A Mothers Grave")
6. Ford Maddox BROWN, "The pretty Baa-Lambs"
The Paintings and Drawings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (02 WAT 009) $205.00
1. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Blanche and the Dauphine
2. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Sorretino
3. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Virgin being comforted
4. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Salutation of Beatrice: The Meeting of Dante and Beatrice in Paradise
5. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The First Anniversary of the Death of Beatrice: Dante Drawing an Angel
6. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Carlisle Wall
7. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Beatrice Meeting Dante at a Marriage Feast denies him her Salutation
8. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Dantes Vision of Mathilde gathering Flowers
9. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Found
10. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, St. Cecilia
11. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Sir Lancelots Vision of Sanc Grael
12. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Attainment of the Sanc Grael: Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival receiving the Sanc Grael
13. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mary Magdalene at the door of Simon the Pharisee
14. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Bonifazios Mistress
15. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Monna Rosa
16. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Study of a Girl for an Unknown Subject
17. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Story of St. George and the Dragon
18. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Reverie
19. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Bower Meadow
20. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Perlascura
21. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Proserpine (pastel and black chalk)
22. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Proserpine (pen and ink)
23. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Roman Widow (Dis Manibus)
24. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Astarte Syriaca (Venus Astarte)
25. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Death of Lady MacBeth
26. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Daydream
27. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Fanny Cornforth
28. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ruth Herbert
29. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mrs. Murray Marks
30. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mrs. William Morris
31. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Christina Rossetti
32. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Rossetti
33. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Ruskin
34. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal (pencil)
35. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal (pencil)
36. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal (pencil)
37. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal (pencil, brown and black ink)
38. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal (pencil)
39. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Unidentified Portrait of a Woman
The Family (02 WAT 015)
1. Paulo VERONESE, Holy Family with St. George
2. Jacopo BASSANO, Christ in the Temple disputing with the Doctors
3. Nicholas POUSSIN, Exposition of Moses
4. Samuel PALMER, Rest on the Flight into Egypt
5. William Holman HUNT, A Converted British Family sheltering a Christian Missionary from the persecution of the Druids
6. William SICKERT, Ennui
Buddhism (02 EAT 001)
1. Standing Buddha, Grey schist, from Gandhara, 1st centuries AD (H. 95.3 cm; O.S. 26), with gathered top knot and elongated ear-lobes, standing making ritual gesture of abhaya that allays fear, while holding in his other [damaged] hand his monks robe.
2. Birth of the Buddha, Grey schist relief from Gandhara, probably Sikri, Greco-Roman influence, 1st centuries AD (H. 36.8 cm; W. 41.9 cm; O.S. 3), Prince Gautama shown being born from right side of mother Queen Maya, who stands holding a branch of a tree above her. Newborn is received by Hindu god Indra, while other gods with haloes stand behind him. To right, female attendant carries pot of consecrated water.
3. Buddhist Votive Plaque illustrating the Eight Great Events of the Buddhas Life, terracotta, from Burma, probably from Pagan, 13th c. (H. 15.9 cm; X. 415). Around the enshrined central figure of meditating Buddha attaining Enlightenment are depicted the other seven legendary great events of the Buddhas life in simplified form. Along the bottom is stamped the Buddhist creed.
4. The Wheel of Life, Thangka on cloth, bordered with silk and brocades from Tibet, 19th or early 20th c. (147 x 117 cm; 1978.98). Clasping the Wheel is a figure representing either the principle of impermanence or Mara, God of Death.
5. Seated Bodhisattva, Avalokitesvara, Fig-tree wood with gesso and painting from China, polychrome, carved in 13 sections [2 now missing], 13th c. AD (Ht. 173cm; 1982.2), in formal gesture of teaching with right hand raised and left [now missing] palm upwards on the knee. Headdress contains miniature figure of Amitabha Buddha.
6. Yamada Doan Triptych depicting Daruma with Kanzan (left) and Jittoku, Ink on paper, from Japan, 16th c. (74 x 29; 74 x 29; 74 x 29 cm; 1962.114 and 115, 1972.39).
Hindu Gods and Goddesses (02 EAT 002)
1. Brahma, painted alabaster, from Jaipur, Rajasthan, c.1880 (H.24cm; X.2533)
2. Vishnu, dark siltstone, from Sagar Island, West Bengal, Pala period, c.1050 (H.89cm; A.M. 169)
3. Vishnu saves Gajendra, king of the elephants, gouache on paper, from Jaipur, Rajasthan, c.1880 (28 x 21cm; X.2012)
4. The Avatars of Vishnu, Matsya, the Fish; Kurma, the Tortoise; Varaha, the Boar; Narasimha, the Man-lion; Rama, enthroned with his wife Sita, attended by the monkey-go Hanuman and others; Kalkin, the Horse, from a set of dasavatara circular playing cards; painted and lacquered paper, from Sawantwadi, Maharashtra, c.1880 (Diam.10cm; X.2078)
5. Krishna and Radha, watercolor with silver on paper, from Kalighat, Calcutta (Bengal), late 19th c. (45.4 x 28cm; 1969.6)
6. Siva as Lord of the Dance, bronze, from Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu, South India, c.1940-45 (H.46.6cm; 1970.190)
7. The Family of Siva, oleograph print, from Bombay, 1914 (42.5 x 32 cm; 1966.52/85)
8. Ganesa, gilded bronze from Orissa, Eastern India, 16th c. (H.10.8cm; 1980.64)
9. Lakshmi, oleograph print, from Bombay, early 20th c. (42.5 x 32cm; 1966.52/51)
10. Gauri, bronze, from Tamilnadu, South India, 14th c. (H.56cm; 1958.205a)
11. Durga slaying the Buffalo demon, brass, from Madhya Pradesh (Central India), 18th 19th c. (H.13.7cm; X.280)
12. Kali, tinted woodcut, from Calcutta, late 19th c. (45 x 27.7cm; 1966.64)
English Delftware Pottery (02 WAT 004)
1.Dish, probably Lambeth, w/figures of Charles II in a vaulted arcade, 1665 (RHW 1)
2.Teapot, probably Liverpool, on left, painted with a stag and a dog, c.1750/60 (RHW 173)/Coffee Pot, probably Lambeth, on right, polychrome decoration, 1705 (RHW 124)
3.A Handwarmer, probably Lambeth, on left, in form of a book inscribed Toe poters clay thou takest me to be…,1672 (RHW 45)/Bottle, probably Lambeth, on right, painted with Chinese figures in a landscape, c.1770/80 (RHW 183)
4.Argyle or Gravy Warmer, probably Lambeth, c.1770/80 (RHW 117)
5.Two Plates, Bristol (or Lambeth), from a Merry Man Series, 1 and 2, 1738 (RHW 52 a,b)
6.Two large Plates, probably Bristol, in Chinoiserie taste, one painted in polychrome, other in blue, both with bianco-sopra-bianco [white on white] borders. Bequeathed by Sir Francis Oppenheimer, 1961.
Worcester Porcelain (02 WAT 003)
1. Jug decorated with Robert Hancocks [1730-1815] transfer print of LAmour with additional enameling (HRM 100)
2. 3 Mugs, decorated with coats of arms of members of the Bathurst family, ca 1755/6 (HRM 624, 1082, 628)
3. A cabaret, in yellow ground, painted w/sprays in dry bone (HRM 667-71)
4. Plate, w/turquoise ground, decorated in studio of James Giles in 3 different patterns (HRM 366)
5. Large Plate, painted by Jeffryes Hamett ONeale (c.1734-1801), w/Aesops fable of The Ass and The Little Dog (HRM 105)
6. A Garniture of 3 Vases, painted by John Donaldson (1737-1668) (HRM 115, 119, 123)
Italian Renaissance Maiolica (8880067788) 12 slides
1.Jug with arms of the degli Alessandri, Florence region, c.1460-1490.
2.Madonna and Child, Central Italy, c.1500-1520 (?).
3.Lustred Dish with scene from Aesops Fables, Gubbio or Deruta, c.1490-1510.
4.Lustred Dish on low foot, Hercules and the Hydra, Workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli, Gubbio, c.1520
5.Dish with sunken center, The Calumny of Apelles, by Nicola da Urbino, Urbino, c.1522
6. Dish on low foot, Emperor Tiberius and King Archelaus, Circle of Nicola da Urbino, Urbino. c.1535.
7.Plate, Hercules and the Hydra, with the arms of Anne de Montmorency, Workshop of Guido Durantino, Urbino, 1535.
8.Plate, The Retreat of Xerxes, by Francesco Xanto Avelli, Urbino, 1537.
9.Dish with oak branches and leaves moulded in relief, by the Painter of the so-called Della Rovere Dishes, probably Urbino, c.1542.
10. Dish on low foot, The Triumph of Time, by Baldassare Manara, Faenza, c.1530-40.
11. Dish on low foot, God Creating the Animals, Workshop of Girolama di Lanfranco, Pesaro, 1540.
12.Dish with a Siren, Venice, possibly in Workshop of Maestro Jacomo, 1540.
Tradescant Room, Ashmolean Museum (02 ANT 001 )
1. Powhatans Mantle, presented to English colonists of Virgina in 1608, cloak of 4 deerskins
2. Canadian Hunting Shirt, caribou w/porcupine quills
3. African Drum [Congo] and Trumpet [West Africa]
4. Chinese Jars: The Tradescant Jar. stoneware storage jar w/glaze over appliqué, Canton, 17thc; Blue and White porcelain storage jar, probably from Ching-te-chen, Kiangsi, early 17th c.
5. Tartar Saddle, leather with silver birch bark lining, cental Asia
6. European Rarities: Abacus, Russian, 17th c.; Boxwood Crucifixes, Flemish, 16th c.; Carved Fruitstone, English; Miniature Pictures of Archbishop Abbot, an Italian Religious Figure, and a Portrait by Issac Oliver.
T.E. Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia (90009 035 9)
1. Augustus JOHN, Portrait of T.E. Lawrence (as Aircraftsman T.E. Shaw)
2. William ROBERTS, T. E. Lawrence (as J.H. Ross)
3. Augustus JOHN, Portrait of the Emir Faisal
4. T.E. Lawrences Meccan Daggar, gold bound headrope and red headcloth
5. Woven Brocade Robe given to T.E. Lawrence by Emir Faisal
6. Woven Brocade Robe, formerly in possession of T.E. Lawr
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