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Art Survey

Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Distinguishes art works in the museum that were identified and described as part of an art survey, circa 2000.

Found in 939 Collections and/or Records:

American Hare in Summer / LL "J.J.A."

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1359
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Summer, Lepus Americanus. Two individuals running to left. Upper hare above and to left of smaller one. No background. Inscription: LL "Lepus Americanus 3 Oct. 1841/from Sara Cummings of Pittsfield (N.Y.? or N.H.)" LR "Young drawn Oct. 12, 1841." Frame: Dark brown wood, matted, glazed.

Dates: 1841

American Hare in Winter / "J.J.A."

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1373
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New York Lepus Americanus. One individual crouched on ground, facing left. Background blue sky. Inscription: "N. York" UL "No. 3" LC "Lepus Americanus. "Frame: Gilted wood with ?, matted, glazed.

Dates: 1842

American Museum of Natural History, South Entrance / LL "from Ethelyn Hurd Woodlock"

Identifier: Art Survey No. 84
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Inscription: "'Southwest corner wing' 'West wing' 'Central section' 'West wing' 'Southeast corner wing' American Museum of Natural History South Entrance Exterior completed in 1899 'Bill'/ 'For William E. Old, Jr.'/ from Ethelyn Hurd Woodlock". Frame: Matted, glazed, wood frame.

Dates: undated

[A.M.N.H. 77th Street Facade]

Identifier: Art Survey No. 871
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Watercolor painting of the Museum's facade at 77th Street.

Dates: 1891

An Indian Treaty, Sioux.

Identifier: Art Survey No. 993