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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:

Collie's Squirrel.

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1386

Comanche Village

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1000

Oil painting depicting village of tepees with various industries going on in foreground. On the Red River in Texas, formed 1,200 skin tents, curiously painted and embroidered. Mounted on painted green matte cardboard. Catlin cat. (1871) #137.

Dates: 1853-1870

Common American Wildcat

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1372
Scope and Contents

Depicts a wildcat walking to left on bare brown ground, snarling. Felis Lynx rutus. Light blue hills in background. Inscription: On label pasted to back "Original watercolor of the Common American Wildcat by John James Audubon about 1843 or earlier/M.R. Audubon". Gold wood frame, matted, glazed, 2 13/16 wide.

Dates: 1842

Common Ground Dove

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1367
Scope and Contents

One individual perched, facing left, looking down on bare branch. No background. Columbia passerina. Frame: Brown wood frame, matted, glazed, 1 1/2 wide, Framed with 3 other J.J. Audubon birds.

Dates: undated