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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 941 Collections and/or Records:

Traill's Flycatcher.

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1410

Tree Squirrels / LL "M. McGregor Jamieson"

Identifier: Art Survey No. 173
Scope and Contents

Illustrations for unpublished work "Handbook of Mammals of Ecuador." Two squirrels in tree with blooming orchids. Frame: Metal frame, brown matte, glazed.

Dates: 1922-1923

Triarthrus becki (ventral view) / Reverse "Percy Raymond"

Identifier: Art Survey No. 74
Scope and Contents

Trilobite model. Painted black and gray. Inscription: "ACC561" on reverse.

Dates: 1920

Tritemnodon [art original] / M. Kalmenoff

 Item — Frame 1: [Barcode: 100209948]
Identifier: Art Survey no. 627
Scope and Contents

Depicts two adults, one with a small dead mammal in its jaws, and two pups in a forest clearing. Signed at lower left: M. Kalmenoff 64. In box, 64 x 99 x 9 cm.

Dates: 1964

[Tropical Birds, group of six plates] / Monogram on each plate "R/B/H"

Identifier: Art Survey No. 253
Scope and Contents

Six plates illustrating tropical birds in their habitats: Flamingos, Hummingbirds, Quetzals, Cocks of the Rock, Toucans, and Curassom. Inscription: Under each plate "Flamingo - Phoenicopterus/Hummingbird - Calypta helende/Quetzal - Pharamachurus nociano/Cock of the Rock - Rupicold rupicola/Toucan - Ramphastos pisciunrus/Curasson - Craxglobicera" LL "9 + 10." Each plate 2 5/8 x 3 3/8, Created but never used for Nature Magazine.

Dates: circa 1920s

[Tropical River Valley]

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1274