Gifts of Art July 1–December 31, 2013

Gifts of Art

July 1–December 31, 2013

Unicorn Family (2012-13), installation by Wendell Castle: Feinbloom Family with support from the Clara and Edwin Strasenburgh Fund.
in Centennial Sculpture Park

Soliloquy (2012-13), sculpture by Albert Paley: Cameros Family and Ann Mowris Mulligan, with additional support from Bank of America Charitable Foundation, FULL MEA5URE, the Herdle-Moore Fund, the Rubens Family Foundation, the Estate of Susan Eisenhart Schilling and the Clara and Edwin Strasenburgh Fund.
in Centennial Sculpture Park

2013.22An Embrace (pictured at left) and Mother’s Caress, paintings by William Gropper; Landscape with House and Cows , drawing by unknown American artist; Abstract Tree, painting by Glidden Parker; Lady Slipper Orchid (Paphiopedilum) (1979), painting by Lowell Blair Nesbitt; Showing the Limey, engraving by Douglas Gorsline; Three-Masted Ships in Harbor, etching by George Taylor Plowman; Equestrienne, lithograph by William Gropper; Poet (1969), etching by Robert E. Marx; Head of a Man in Profile, drawing by J. Guernsey Mitchell; and three ceramic vases by Roseville Pottery, Marblehead Pottery and Clément Massier: Ronald J. Kransler (bequest).

Dog Vessel and Standing Male Figure, Nayarit terracotta sculptures; Duck Vessel, Colima terracotta sculpture; two Standing Figures, green stone Mezcala sculptures; Kneeling Female Figure, Seated Female Figure and two Seated Figures, Mexican terracotta sculptures: Diane Englander, from the collection of Alan and Mary Englander.

Farm Sanctuary (1990), photoetching by Sue Coe: Grant Holcomb in honor of Lois Baum and ARAUNY.

2013.50aUnattended Child (1991), etching by James A. Skvarch; A South East View of the Great Cataract on the Casconchiagon and A North West View of the Half Moon or Second Fall in the River Casconchiagon (ca. 1768), etching and engraving by Peter Mazell; A South East View of the Lower Cataract on the Casconchiagon (ca. 1768), etching and engraving by Thomas Morris; View From Mount Hope, Rochester (1882), hand-colored lithograph by Ebenezer Emmons; Rochester, from Mount Hope Cemetery (1873), wood engraving by John Filmer (pictured above); and six graphite drawings of architecture around Rochester by Carl F. Schmidt: The Gallery Council.

Still Life with Knife and Fruit (2007), Branches, Millerton (2003), Forest Murmurs (2011), The Balanced Rock (2004) and For Laurie (2005), mezzotints by Robert Kipniss; Reappearing (2009), color mezzotint by Robert Kipniss; As the Rain Ends (1987), Backyard III (1973) and Backyard V (1975), color lithographs by Robert Kipniss; and Drawing for “As the Rain Ends” (1987), graphite on paper by Robert Kipniss: James F. White.

Copy after a Self-Portrait of Rubens, painting by Berti: Helene Robinson.

Grotesque Figure (1974), drawing by Daniel Arthur Allen; and Boat and Cow and Sailboat and Fire, collages by Daniel Arthur Allen: Robert Henning and Brian Stenfors.

Birthday Broadside (2012), letterpress and photolithograph by Harvey Breverman: Gerald Mead.

2013.72Pepper #32 (Mexico) (1955), gelatin silver print by Edward Weston (pictured at left); and Stream, Sea, Clouds, Rodeo Lagoon, California (1978), gelatin silver print by Ansel Adams: Dr. Carol S. Gee.

Silver Passage (Moon) (1989), encaustic and mixed media by Michelle Stuart; Fossil Whale (Dome) (1992), etching and aquatint by Frank Stella; Cherokee (1991), color aquatint, drypoint and soft ground etching by Richard Artschwager; and Walleye (1994), acrylic on plywood and pegboard by Joe Zucker: Arthur R. Miller.

Tobacco Pouch (1868–1912), Japanese textile: Bruce and Nancy S. Secker.

The 42-Letter Name (2009), portfolio, letterpress and relief print by Robert Kirschbaum: The artist.

Untitled (Apple Store, Fifth Avenue) (2013), pigment print on cotton rag paper by Larry Merrill: The artist in honor of Beth and Josh Bruner.

Mme. Pasca (after Bonnat) (1875-77), etching by Paul Adolphe Rajon: Robert and Helen Jennette.

Silver Grapevine Jardiniere by Georg Jensen: H. Winn McCray in memory of Robert B.  Johnson.

Bait, woodcut by Tom Huck: Print Club of Rochester.