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  • Hellenistic Green Tanagra Figure, Standing Female

    Object ID: 85.032 Creator: Unidentified Title: Hellenistic Green Tanagra Figure, Standing Female Date: c. 250 BCE Culture: Ancient Greece Dimensions: 19.00 x 7.63" Materials: Terracotta, pigment Credit: Purchased with the Newell Request Fund Provenance: circa 250 BCE, created in Tanagra in the Boeotia region, Ancient Greece; n.d., unidentified private collection(s); 1985, purchased from the Edward […] More »
  • Portrait Head (Robert Dingley (1708-1781))

    Object ID: 95.042 Creator: William Hoare Title: Portrait Head (Robert Dingley (1708-1781)) Date: 1760 Culture: British Dimensions: 9.00 x 7.25" Materials: chalk, graphite, paper Credit: Gift of Alexander B.V. Johnson Provenance: 1889, property of Florence Ashton; 1985, unidentified private collection; date unknown, acquired by Leger Galleries (London, England); date unknown, acquired by Alexander B.V. Johnson; […] More »
  • The Motherless by Elihu Vedder

    Object ID: 2002.100 Creator: Elihu Vedder Title: The Motherless Date: 1864 Culture: American Dimensions: 5.5 x 9.5" Materials: Oil on panel Credit: Gift of Mrs. Thomas O. (Mary Rich) Richardson. Provenance: 1864/1865, purchased from artist by a Mr. Cousins (NY); date unknown, acquired by Mrs. Thomas O. (Mary Rich) Richardson; 1922, donated to Wheaton College More »
  • The Harlem River (Rivershacks)

    Object ID: 80.001 Creator: Ernest Lawson Title: The Harlem River (Rivershacks) Date: 1908 Culture: American Dimensions: 21 x 24.5" Materials: Oil on canvas Credit: Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kozol (Ruth Massel, Class of 1925) Provenance: pre-1984, collection of Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kozol; 1984, donated to Wheaton Collge More »
  • Sonya Redway Reading

    Object ID: 2011.016 Creator: Dorothy Mary Hepworth/Patricia Preece Title: Sonya Redway Reading Date: 1940-1949 Culture: British Dimensions: 49 x 33" Materials: Watercolor on paper Credit: Gift of Marjorie Gelb Jones, Class of 1962 Provenance: c. 1940-1984, Collection of Dorothy Mary Hepworth; 1978-1984, Property of Hepworth estate; 1984, purchased from Christie's (London, England) by Martin S. […] More »
  • Elements II

    Object ID: 2005.017 Creator: Nancy Hemenway [American, 1920-2008] Title: Elements II Date: 1967-1981 Culture: American Materials: fiber, thread, wool Credit: Gift of Nancy Hemenway, Class of 1941 Provenance: 1967-1981, collection of the artist. Conservation: Conserved by Museum Textile Services through the Ann H. Murray Art Conservation Fund thanks to donations from the Wheaton College Friends of Art. Born in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, Nancy Hemenway Witten received a full music […] More »
  • Sultry Night by Grant Wood

    Object ID: 2013.006 Creator: Grant Wood [American, 1891-1942] Title: Sultry Night Date: 1937 Culture: American Materials: Ink on paper Credit: Purchased with the Newell Bequest Fund Provenance: 1937-1942, Collection of Thomas N. Barrows (President of Lawrence University, Appleton, WI); 1942-2012, Grinnell College, Iowa; December 2012, Childs Gallery. More »
  • Wedding Panel

    Object ID: 2002.100 Creator: Unknown Title: Wedding Panel Date: 1599 Culture: Swiss Dimensions: 13.1 x 8.3" Materials: Glass, paint, lead Credit: Gift of Trustee Emeritus Edgar Eisner and Lucky Dallo Eisner, Class of 1953. Provenance: March 1991, purchased by the Eisners in Switzerland. More »
  • Portrait of Herbert Haseltine

    Object ID: 90.026 Creator: Unidentified photographer (after John Singer Sargent) Title: Portrait of Herbert Haseltine Date: 1920-1943 Culture: American Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.5" Materials: Photograph (ink on paper) Credit: Gift of Monawee Allen Richards, Class of 1934 Provenance: 1943, gift of the artist to Mrs. Helen Sampson Gillette; 1943-1975, collection of Mrs. Gillette; 1975, inherited by Monawee Allen Richards; 1990, donated to Wheaton […] More »
  • La Dame réformée

    Object ID: 74.012 Creator: Abraham Bosse Title: La Dame réformée (The Reformed Lady) Date: 1629 Culture: French Period: 17th C. Dimensions: 11.73 x 8.23" Materials: Etching (ink on paper) Credit: Purchased by Wheaton College through the Shippee Memorial Fund Provenance: circa 1650, Collection of Maximilian Willibald Waldburg-Wolfegg (Bavaria, Germany); circa 1903, Princes of Liechtenstein (Vaduz, Liechtenstein and Vienna, […] More »