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July 1, 2006-June 30, 2007

* exhibition not complete; attendance will be reported in the 2007-8 annual report

1. Maria Blanchard, Spanish, 1881-1932
Cubist Still Life (Nature Morte Cubiste), about 1916-18
Oil on canvas
25 5/8 x 36 1/4 in.
Gift of Evelyn A. and William B. Jaffe, Class of 1964H, by exchange; P.968.32

Exhibition:
Picasso to Plensa: A Century of Art from Spain
The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, December 18, 2005-April 16, 2006 (reported in 2005-6 annual report); The Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida, May 5-July 31, 2006. (48,488)

2a. Maxfield Parrish, American, 1870-1966
Hunt Farm (Daybreak), 1948
Oil on Masonite
23 x 18 7/8 in.
Gift of the artist, through the Friends of the Library; P.950.73

999.11

2b. Maria Oakey Dewing, American, 1845-1927
Iris at Dawn (Iris), 1899
Oil on canvas
25 1/4 x 31 1/4 in.
Purchased through the Miriam and Sidney Stoneman Acquisition Fund and the Mrs. Harvey P. Hood W'18 Fund; P.999.11

 

Exhibition:
Painting Summer in New England
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts,
April 22-September 4, 2006 (150,000)

343

 

3. Unknown artist, Akan Peoples, Ivory Coast
Pendant, 20th century
Gold and silver alloy
Diameter: 8.8 cm
Gift of Peter H. Voulkos; 2001.51.343

 

Exhibition:
African Arts of Personal Adornment
Samuel P. Harn Museum, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, November 9-August 20, 2006. (129,466)

4. Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906
Back from the Orchard, 1876
Oil on board
19 7/8 x 11 7/8 in.
Purchased through the Katharine T. and Merrill G. Beede 1929 Fund; the Mrs. Harvey P. Hood W’18 Fund; a gift from the Estate of Russell Cowles, Class of 1909; and a gift from Jose Guerrero, by exchange; P.993.26

Exhibition:
American ABC: Childhood in 19th-Century America
Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, Stanford, California, February 1-May 7, 2006 (46,904)
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C., July 4-September 17, 2006 (243, 812)
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine, November 1, 2006-January 7, 2007 (25,257).

5. Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, American/Flathead, born 1934
The Rancher, 2002
Acrylic on canvas
72 1/4 x 48 in.
Purchased through the William S. Rubin Fund; 2005.13

Exhibition:
Intersections: Native American Art in a New Light
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, June 24, 2006-July 1, 2008*

6a. Jan Saenredam, Dutch, 1565-1607, after Paolo Veronese, Italian, 1528-1588
Feast in the House of Levi, about 1600
Engraving on three joined sheets
Sheet: 16 7/8 x 34 7/8 in.
Purchased through the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund; PR.2001.40

6b. Pierre Milan, French, active 1545-1557
Head of a Woman, Facing Right, not dated
Engraving on laid paper
Impression: 6 1/4 x 4 5/8 in.
Purchased through the Guernsey Center Moore 1904 Memorial Fund; PR.970.18

6c. Giorgio Ghisi, Italian, 1520-1582, after Raphael, Italian, 1483-1520
The Dispute on the Holy Sacrament, 1552
Engraving
21 1/4 x 33 7/8 in.
Gift of Jane and W. David Dance, Class of 1940; PR.991.58.2

6d. Francesco Villamena, Italian, 1566-1624
Giovanni Alto, Antiquarian, 1623
Engraving with red and black chalk on laid paper
Sheet: 14 1/8 x 20 11/16 in.
Purchased through the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund and the Jean and Adolph Weil Jr. 1935 Fund; PR.997.29.2

Exhibition:
The Simple Art: Printed Images in an Age of Magnificence
The Art Gallery, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, September 6-October 18, 2006 (1,548)
Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire, November 9-December 10, 2006 (567).

7. Jean-Paul Selinger, American, 1850-1909
Gateway of Crawford Notch, White Mountains-N.H. from Selinger’s Studio Grove, not dated
Oil on canvas
14 x 20 1/8 in.
Gift of Robert A. and Dorothy H. Goldberg; P.987.34.51

Exhibition:
Consuming Views: Art and Tourism in the White Mountains
Museum of New Hampshire History, New Hampshire Historical Society, September 16, 2006-October 8, 2007*

8. Arthur Amiotte, American/Oglala, born 1942
“Saint Agnes” Manderson, S.D. Pine Ridge Rez, 2001
Acrylic and collage on canvas
24 x 30 in.
Purchased through the Phyllis and Bertram Geller 1937 Memorial Fund; MIS.2004.36

Exhibition:
Arthur Amiotte: Collages 1988-2006
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 19, 2006-April 29, 2007. (9,018)

9a. Shaker Sisters, North Family Shakers, Enfield, Connecticut
Postcard with photograph
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; 2006.24.1

9b. South Family Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Postcard with photograph
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; 2006.24.2

9c. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
“My Feelings” handwritten sheet music
Ink on paper
Irregular: 7 x 8 3/8 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; 2006.24.4

9d. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Shaker school room, Enfield, New Hampshire
Gelatin silver print
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; 2006.24.5

9e. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Sewing table, about 1830-50
Pine with red stain brass
Top: 22 1/2 x 13 1/4 x 9 in.; base: 22 1/4 x 19 x 8 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16381

9f. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Double sewing desk or work stand, about 1830-50
Pine with red stain brass
46 x 38 x 22 1/2 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16382

9g. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Shaker low-back dining chair, about 1850
Wood
25.5 x 17.5 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16387

9h. Shakers, Canterbury, New Hampshire
Box and lid, late 19th century
Wood, paint, iron
8 x 15 3/8 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16392

9i. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Die stamp, late 18th century
Steel
4 1/8 x 5/8 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16395

9j. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Blue overcoat, possibly 1859
Wool, twill
18 7/8 x 45 5/8
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.16447

9k. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Sheet of music, late 19th-early 20th centuries
Paper
5 1/8 x 12 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.17314

9l. Shakers, Enfield, New Hampshire
Rocking chair, about 1820-45
Cane
41 1/2 x 18 x 12 in.
Gift of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill; 46.22.17564

Exhibition:
An Ever Widening Circle of Friends
Enfield Shaker Museum, Enfield, New Hampshire, June 4-October 31, 2006 (3,692)

10a. Alice Burr, American, 1883-1968
In a Patio, about 1910-25
Bromoil print
Sheet: 11 x 13 15/16 in.; mount: 11 13/16 x 15 11/16 in.
Purchased through the Guernsey Center Moore 1904 Memorial Fund, the Claire and Richard P. Morse 1953 Fund, and the Olivia H. Parker and John O. Parker '58 Acquisition Fund; PH.2000.37.1

10b. Alice Burr, American, 1883-1968
Woman and Child, about 1916
Bromoil print
7 5/8 x 15 1/4 in.
Purchased through the Guernsey Center Moore 1904 Memorial Fund, the Claire and Richard P. Morse 1953 Fund, and the Olivia H. Parker and John O. Parker '58 Acquisition Fund; PH.2000.37.3

Exhibition:
Alice Burr, Photographer: A California Pictorialist Rediscovered
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California, October 21, 2006-January 14, 2007 (22,180)

11. Nam June Paik, American, 1932-2006
Zen for TV, 1963/1978
Altered television set
53.3 x39.3 cm x 31.1 cm
Gift of the artist; GM.978.211

Exhibition:
No Boundary in Trace of the Mind
Gwangju Biennale 2006, Gwangju, Republic of Korea, September 8-November 11, 2006 (visitation not available)

12a. Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Italian, 1720-1778
Le Magnificenze di Roma: Vedute di Roma: View of the Piazza del Popolo (Veduta della Piazza del Popolo), 1750
Etching on heavy laid paper
Plate: 15 15/16 x 21 5/8 in.; sheet: 20 13/16 x 27 3/8 in
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; PR.977.24.12

12b. Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Italian, 1720-1778
Le Magnificenze di Roma: Vedute di Roma: View of the Customhouse in the Piazza di Pietra (Veduta della Dogana di Terra a Piazza di Pietra); pub. 1752
Etching on heavy laid paper
Plate: 17 1/2 x 23 11/16 in.;  sheet: 20 13/16 x 27 5/8 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; PR.977.24.30

12c. Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Italian, 1720-1778
Le Magnificenze di Roma: Vedute di Roma: Spaccato Interno della Basilica di S. Paolo fuori delle Mura (S. Paolo fuori le Mura); 1748
Etching on heavy laid paper
Plate: 16 5/16 x 23 15/16 in.; sheet: 20 13/16 x 27 5/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; PR.977.24.7

Exhibition:
Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Grandeur and Fantasy: Visions and Views of Rome
Grinnell College, Faulconer Gallery, Bucksbaum Center for the Arts, January 22-February 25, 2007 (806)

13. Hannes Beckmann, American, 1909-1977
Muted Center (Blue Light), 1965-73
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 in.
Gift of the artist; P.973.118

Exhibition:
Optic Nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960s
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio, February 16-June 17, 2007 (57,000)

42

14. El Anatsui, Ghanian, born 1944
Hovor, 2003
Aluminum bottle tops and copper wire
609.6 x 548.6 cm
Purchased through gifts from the Lathrop Fellows; 2005.42

 

Exhibition:
GAWU: El Anatsui
Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, California, April 22-August 26, 2007*

15. Marguerite Thompson Zorach, American, 1887-1968
Sixth Avenue “L”, 1924
Watercolor and graphite on heavy wove paper
22 5/16 x 15 9/16 in.
Gift of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller; W.935.1.75

Exhibition:
Marguerite Zorach: A Life in Art
Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, New York, May 3-June 8, 2007 (5,000)

16. Objects from the Hood’s collection and on extended loan to the Hood Museum of Art in the traveling exhibition Coaxing the Spirits to Dance: Art of the Papuan Gulf, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, September 24, 2006-December 2, 2007*

16.1. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island
Incised belt (titi ba’e)
Bark, natural pigments (white, red, and black)
4 5/16 in. (11 cm); diameter: 17 cm
Hood Museum of Art, Gift of William Patten; 14.13.4323

16.2. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island
Carved and painted board (titi ebiha)
Wood, shredded sago leaf, natural pigments (red, white, and black)
44 7/8 x 10 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Gift of William Patten; 14.13.4285

On Goaribari Island carved and painted boards represented spirits that belonged to different clans but exhibited very little variation from one to the next. This board shows the common design of a face, with pronounced eyes that droop down to the cheeks. It also has a torso with simple arms and legs that is typical of the region. The single most important feature is the navel, which is usually the focal point of the torso. Some people of Goaribari today have imbued the faces of their traditional carvings with symbolic significance, seeing the blackened forehead, for example, as representing their low, flat island as it emerged from the sea. The hole between the figure's feet is a handhold, used to raise the board above the dancer’s head during certain festivals involved with male initiation. By holding the boards this way, dancers transformed them into a kind of mask.

16.3. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island
Carved and painted board (titi ebiha)
Wood, natural pigments (red, white, and black)
49 5/8 x 5 7/8 x 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Bradley M. Patten, Class of 1911; 34.36.5957

16.4. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island
Hand drum (gama)
Wood, lizard skin, beeswax, string, sago fiber, resin, natural pigments
33 7/8 in. (86 cm); diameter: 14 cm
Hood Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Bradley M. Patten, Class of 1911; 34.36.5954

16.5. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island area
Carved and painted board (titi ebiha)
20th century, wood, natural pigments (red, white, and black)\
53 15/16 x 7 1/2 x 13/16 in.
Lent by the Harry A. Franklin Family; EL.990.54.27899

16.6. Unknown artist, Kerewa people, Goaribari Island area
Carved and painted board (titi ebiha)
20th century
Wood, natural pigments (red, white, and black)
35 13/16 x 9 7/16 x 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.27247

16.7. Unknown artist, Elema people, Karama village, Eastern Elema area
Bark cloth mask (hokore) from the gecko (epe) clan
Collected 1885 by A. P. Goodwin
Bark cloth, rattan, plant fiber and pith, natural pigment (black, white, and red)
29 1/2 x 14 1/2 x 4 15/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art; 53.65.13194

This mask is one of the earliest ever collected in the Papuan Gulf. Made of a rattan frame covered with barkcloth and painted with ochre, lime, and charcoal pigments, it is one of several from the gecko clan. Behind (and above) the gecko's face is a vertical line representing the gecko's body, complete with its front and back legs. When danced, this mask would likely have been further decorated with feathers at the end of the sticks. In 2004 elders in Karama and Toare villages confirmed that these two masks came from their communities. Toare villagers were in fact making similar masks from the seagull clan for a performance in 2005.

16.8. Unknown artist, Urama people, Havasea village, Urama Island
Carved and painted board (gope)
Early 20th century
Wood, natural pigments (white, black, and red)
45 1/4 x 13 3/8 x 13/16 in.
Lent by the Harry A. Franklin Family; EL.990.54.27906

16.9. Unknown artist, Urama people, Havasea village, Urama Island
Carved and painted board (gope)
20th century
Wood, natural pigments (red, white, and black)
50 13/16 x 12 3/16 x 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.27253

16.10. Unknown artist, Urama people, Urama Island
Female figure (bioma or agiba)
20th century
Wood, natural pigment (red, white, and brown)
25 9/16 x 6 5/16 x 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.27209

16.11. Unknown artist, Urama people, Urama Island
Male figure (bioma or agiba)
20th century
Wood, natural pigment (red, white, and brown)
21 1/4 x 5 7/8 x 13/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.28195

16.12. Unknown artist, Era River people, Gope area
Carved and painted board (gope)
Early 20th century
Wood, natural pigments (white, black, and red)
42 1/2 x 12 3/16 x 1 3/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.27778

16.13. Unknown artist, Era River people, Vaimo village, Gope area
Carved and painted board (gope)
Early 20th century
Wood, natural pigments (white, black, and red)
32 11/16 x 8 11/16 x 13/16 in.
Lent by the Harry A. Franklin Family; EL.990.54.27905

16.14. Unknown artist, Era River people, Gope area
Male figure (bioma or agiba)
20th century
Wood, natural pigment (red, white, and brown)
19 11/16 x 5 1/8 x 13/16 in.
Lent by the Harry A. Franklin Family; EL.990.54.27985

16.15. Unknown artist, Wapo people, Wapo Creek area
Carved and painted board (gope)
20th century, collected by Roy James Hedlund, 1961\
Wood, natural pigments (white, red, and black)
59 13/16 x 13 3/8 x 1 9/16 in.
Hood Museum of Art, Harry A. Franklin Family Collection; 990.54.27395

16.16. Unknown artist, Elema people, Eastern Elema area
Smoking pipe
Bamboo
28 1/8 in. (71.5 cm); diameter 6.5 cm
Hood Museum of Art; 53.65.13195

Last Updated: 11/3/07