The most eclectic way to warm up

Enter the Portland Museum of Art

Untitled (Hooking Buck Head Down), 2013
Marc Swanson (U.S., b. 1969)
Polyurethane foam, crystals, adhesive


Leopard, 19th century
Glazed earthenware


Candlesticks, ca. 1880
Bronze, marble, gilding
Unidentified Artist


Summer, 1927
Bronze
John Clements Gregory (U.S. (born England), 1879-1958)


Left Hand, 2007
Oil on linen
Jenny Holzer (U.S., b. 1950)


Frisbee, 1987
Oil on canvas
Will Barnet (U.S., 1911-2012)


Black Cat on Orange Background, 1958-59
Oil on masonite
Alex Katz (U.S., b. 1927)


Two Female Models Sitting with Legs Crossed and Kazak Rug, 2013
Oil on canvas
Philip Pearlstein (U.S., b. 1924)


Slab City Road, 1959
Oil on linen
Alex Katz (U.S., b. 1927)


Mother and Child, 1922
Mahogany
William Zorach (U.S. (born Lithuania), 1889-1966)


Diana of the Sea, 1940
Oil on canvas
Marguerite Thompson Zorach


A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2016
Ink on latex saturated cellulose
Tim Rollins and K.O.S. (U.S., 1955-2017; U.S., established 1984)


New York-Paris No.2, 1931
Oil on canvas
Stuart Davis (U.S., 1892-1964)


Mrs. Henry St. John Smith (Ellen Archer Eveleth Smith), 1883
Oil on canvas
John Singer Sargent (U.S. (born Italy), 1856-1925


Dancer and Gazelles, 1912
Bronze
Paul Manship (U.S., 1885-1966)


Sideboard, ca. 1795-1800
Mahogany and other woods
John and Thomas Seymour (U.S. (born England), 1738-1818 & 1771-1849)

Portraits of Sally Stevens Lord and James Lord, ca. 1834
Oil on canvas
Attributed to Royal Brewster Smith (U.S., 1801-1855)


Eleanor Foster, 1755
Oil on canvas
Joseph Badger (U.S., 1708-1765)


The Dead Pearl Diver, 1858
Marble
Benjamin Paul Akers (U.S., 1825-1861)


Portland, ME

November 21st, 2018

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