University Museums

TitleDateSorted AscendingMakerMedium Object Number
Agatac. 1884-1888New England Glass CompanyGlass, pink, free blown3.15.73
The Bronco BusterCopyright 1895Frederic RemingtonBronzeum86.586ab
Lampc. 1920sSteuben Glass WorksGlass, bronze, marbleUM2000.83ab
Les modes parisiennes1857The Peterson MagazinePaper13.15.1
Parisien Fashions1857The Peterson MagazinePaper13.15.2
Bowl1910-1915Louis Comfort TiffanyGlass, blown, favrile3.15.99
Pine Needle pattern1899-1918Louis Comfort TiffanyGlass and git bronze86.283
Lampc.1900Louis Comfort TiffanyGlass and bronzeUM2000.78ab
February1940Grant WoodLithograph on paperUM82.103
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America in the Making: Abraham Lincoln1938/1939Newell Convers WyethOil on hardboard, (Renaissance Panel)UM83.13