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Annual Report 2013–2014 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Annual Report 2013–2014 2 3 Director’s Report

A MAGICAL MUSEUM YEAR our favorite pieces, make art in the studio, or recharge our spirits in the Prince As I think back to the many high points of last year, I am reminded of a wonderful Lucien Campbell Memorial Courtyard. We could travel the world in a day—from story related by Jody Seasonwein, our new senior curator of western art. While Asia to Mexico, from Europe to the Pacific Northwest—and experience thousands engaging in an email correspondence with a physics professor about ways he of years of diverse cultures, ideas, and expressions. In doing so, we would learn might incorporate the museum into his courses, the faculty member offered that he how art reflects and shapes our present, just as it did our collective past. All of this often came to the museum with his family and had recently had the opportunity may not be magic, but for those of us who work in museums we find fulfillment in to bring his young children to Vanessa Renwick’s Medusa Smack installation. conjuring up meaningful, sometimes transcendent experiences with art that help An internationally known, Portland-based media artist, Renwick had videotaped our visitors lead happier lives and make our world a better place. jellyfish at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. Her piece projected those images onto Last year, all of us at the JSMA—our staff and volunteers as well as the artists, an umbrella-like under which visitors could lie, look up, and enjoy both curators, faculty, collectors, and students with whom we work—created just such the visuals and a score by Jane ONeil that incorporated the sounds of one a magical museum. Our often breath-taking public programs—exhibitions, films, of our Harry Bertoia . Asked what they thought about the work, the concerts, and lectures—in addition to the many university courses taught in the professor’s eight-year-old responded, “I’d like to stay here for a long time.” His museum and Visual Thinking Strategy sessions we teach in Oregon’s K–12 schools four-year-old went further: “I wish I lived here,” she announced. provided our constituents with high-quality opportunities to learn, recharge, make Let’s consider just for a moment what it would be like to live, not just in this art, and build meaningful communities together. The JSMA does its best to provide piece, but in the museum itself. Whenever we wanted, we could commune with access and appreciation of the visual to our ever-growing constituencies.

A Special Invitation from the APRU Congratulations Yvonne and Charles Stephens! In May, executive director Jill Hartz was invited This year, we gave our Gertrude Bass Warner Award to Yvonne to give the keynote address to the Association of Stephens, a former docent and EI, and her husband, Charles Stephens, Pacific Rim University’s Museum Conference. Held who epitomize the purpose of this honor, which “recognizes at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Hartz, who outstanding individuals who have demonstrated a long, dedicated is in her second term as president of the national and selfless commitment to advancing the mission and goals of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.” In announcing the recipients, Lisa was asked to speak about the role of a university Abia-Smith, director of education, took the audience through these museum, and specifically the JSMA, in buildng numbers, representative of the Stephens’ service: 540 tours, 367 public community engagement. Chief curator Anne Rose programs, 145 puppet performances, 112, school visits, and 3800 miles Kitagawa was also invited to discuss our exhibition traveled on behalf of the museum. No one, other than staff members, and academic program and activities. attend more events than the Stephens, whose love of and education inspires everyone they meet. 4 5

CELEBRATING COLLECTING Last year, we turned eighty—that’s a lot of years of making magic! We are grateful to the eighty local lenders who loaned us more than 300 precious works for our Living Legacies exhibition. Collecting begins with acquiring what you like (whether by gift, purchase, or family inheritance) and then wanting to learn more and get more, accompanied by a desire to share that passion and knowledge. As the year progressed, our collecting family grew beyond the Eugene area to Portland and California. It included the Matellis and their beautiful Korean screens, as well as San Francisco and L.A.-based lenders to our “Masterworks” program. Because our museum honors its primary strengths in Asian and Pacific Kara Walker (b. 1969). The Emancipation Approximation (Scenes #21 and #22), edition 7/20, 1999–2000. Screenprint, 44 x 34 inches. Collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation. © Kara Walker Northwest art, these loans, often works by major American and European artists Right: Jordan Schnitzer and Jessi DiTillio, exhibition curator not represented in our collection, become central to our broad teaching mission.

Rufino Tamayo, Mexican, 1899–1991. Dos Figuras (Two Figures), 1976. Closer to home, Jordan Schnitzer, in Portland, welcomed our proposal Mixografia, 30 ¼ x 22 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. to create a touring exhibition from his collection of Kara Walker prints and . One of the foremost collectors of contemporary prints in the world, Jordan regularly invites curators to develop exhibitions from his holdings and sends them to museums around the world. Curated by Jessi DiTillio, who came to us three years ago as a newly minted MA graduate and then became our temporary associate curator of (before heading to Austin to pursue doctoral studies), Emancipating The Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power opened a provocative and timely dialogue about race in Oregon and our nation. Collectors, both local and beyond, generously supported our acquisitions this year. We accessioned important Old Master, modern and contemporary American and European works thanks to the gifts of many collectors, including Dr. Robert Leary, Dr. and Mrs. Don Dumond, Dr. Irwin Berman, and David and Marcia Hilton, as well as the estate of Jan Zach, which also included significant sculpture. Community support made the major acquisition of Xiaoze Xie’s Order (The Red Guards) a wonderful birthday present for the museum, and many other important Asian art works extended the depth and quality of our holdings and our ability to provide excellent teaching resources. We were also pleased to accept an important gift of works and an additional group of by Violet Ray. 6 7

A Second Year for JSMA Academic Support Grants AAA

We are deeply grateful to our partners—the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of GLYNNE WALLEY ON THE JAPANESE and Allied Arts, the Clark Honor’s College (for the first time), and the Office of THEATER EXHIBITION GRANT the Provost—for making our second year of JSMA Academic Support grants so successful. In academic year 2013–14, thanks to a JSMA Projects directly supported classes, research, and the dissemination of knowledge. Academic Support Grant and the guidance of chief curator Anne Rose Kitagawa, Glynne Walley, an Song Tao: From Last Century exhibition and educational assistant professor in the Department of East Asian programs (Jenny Lin, Languages and , organized a two-part and Art) show (fall and winter) designed to support two of Museum on Film Series and Catalan in his courses: a survey of traditional Japanese theater support of Daura project (Laura Wayte, ; and a seminar on an early 18th century playwright. Phaedra Livingstone, Arts and Administration/ “Art of Traditional Japanese Theater,” says Walley, Museum Studies) “enriched both courses immeasurably. By drawing on Funding toward the purchase of Xiaoze Xie's Order the museum’s own extensive holdings in Japanese (The Red Guards) (Akiko Walley, Architecture and art, which were augmented by judicious borrowings Art; Bryna Goodman, History) from collections both local and far-flung, we were The Messengers exhibition by Kathy Marmor able to display significant art representing all four (Colin Ives, Art) major traditions—noh, kyogen, bunraku, and — as well as a number of minor ancillary theatrical Vanessa Renwick exhibitions Requires arts. As a teacher of Japanese literature and theater, Optimism and Medusa Smack (Richard Herskowitz, Cinema Pacific) I found it a matchless experience to be able to take students through the exhibition and discuss works Korda and the Revolutionary Image exhibition (Carlos we had read and/or watched in front of art that Aguirre, History) was intimately connected to what they had been Vistas of a World Beyond: Art of the Chinese Gardens studying. It made the history of these sometimes installation and electronic publication centuries-old forms come alive for students, and (Ina Asim, History) for me. In particular, I was trying to help students Transatlanticism and symposium (Pedro Garcia-Caro understand not only the plays themselves and the and Cecilia Enjuto Rangel, Romance Languages) performance traditions surrounding them, but the Art of Traditional Japanese Theater exhibition (Glynne larger cultural significance of these traditions.” Walley, East Asian Languages and ) The project culminated in a symposium held in February at the museum that brought three scholars James Blue Film Tribute (David Frank, Honor’s and theater experts to Eugene from Portland, College) Montana, and Hawaii. “Those who attended,” notes Glynne Walley (Above) Xiaoze XIE, Chinese, b. 1966. Order (The Red Walley, “heard fascinating talks that directly related Guards), 1999. Acrylic on paper, automobile lacquer on to objects on display, while the speakers went away TSUKIOKA Kōgyo (1869–1927). Japanese; Taishō period, steel, wood, approx. 108 x 180 in. (detail) visibly impressed with the museum’s holdings and 1922. Kinuta, from the series One Hundred Nō Dramas (Nōgaku hyakuban). Woodblock print in vertical ōban Pierre Daura (Catalan-American, 1896–1976). Mill on the presentation.” format; ink and color on paper, 14 15/16 x10 1/16 in. (paper). Lot River, circa 1956. Oil on , 26 x 24 in. Jordan Museum Collection Schnitzer Museum of Art. Gift of Martha Daura in memory of Chapin D. Clark. 8 9

SUPPORTING ARTISTS A Catalan-born artist, trained by ’s father, Daura took up residency in As always, artists created a magic of their own throughout the year. Sam Abell (his are now on view in the Louvre), where he worked alongside returned with the National Geographic exhibition Greatest Photographs of the Kandinsky and other well-known artists, founding the Circle and Square group with American West and gave a master’s lesson in capturing the “perfect moment” Torres-Garcia. He fought in the Spanish Civil War, married a Virginian, and settled in a photograph. Should that red bucket of his be in or out? The twelve Ford in both the south of and Virginia. His art reflects the varied landscapes, Family Foundation Fellows presented their new work in We Tell Ourselves family and community relationships, and the political and aesthetic concerns of his Stories in Order to Live, organized by the Museum of Contemporary Craft, and day. Fortunately for us, his daughter, Martha, donated a major body of his work to we foregrounded the work of other mid-career Oregon artists: Irene Hardwick this museum and the university’s law school, where her late husband, Tom Mapp, Olivieri, Jo Hamilton, and Vanessa Renwick. had taught. So successful was this project, that a similar series is underway for the current year: Chief curator Anne Rose Kitagawa and assistant professor of history Akiko Walley will lead their students in the study of the recent gift of FURTHERING ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS the Wadsworth collection of twentieth and twenty-first century Japanese prints, More and more, the JSMA not only “enhances” academic learning, but actually culminating in a major exhibition and publication in fall 2016. provides both the site and teacher. McCosh Associate Curator Danielle Knapp and Phaedra Livingstone, Assistant Professor of Arts and Administration/Coordinator, POSITION ENDOWMENTS ASSURE EXCELLENCE Museum Certificate, taught a series of three courses focused on Pierre Daura, culminating in an exhibition and catalog made possible by the Daura Foundation. The JSMA has an exceptional staff—and we’d like to keep it that way. Named, endowed positions assure that we attract and keep the best and the brightest, those who are committed to the goals of a teaching museum, including scholarship and service. This year, we welcomed Jody (Johanna) Seasonwein. We’re Creating our Own Alumni! An Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow for Academic Programs at Princeton University Art Museum for five years, Since 2008, the JSMA has offered UO students free museum memberships, but it wasn’t until this year, Jody directs our curatorial program focusing on American, when we successfully applied for a Graduate Teaching Latin American and European art, including collections Fellow to lead our student membership program. Sarah development, exhibitions, academic collaborations, and Turner, who graduated in June with an MA in Arts public programs. We are deeply grateful to the university for and Administration, took up the challenge, and with a its funding of this critical position. team of undergraduate and graduate students created JSMAC—the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Advisory Jody is a specialist in the Middle Ages and holds a doctorate in art history Council. They administered a survey to find out what from and a bachelor’s degree in art history from Johns students wanted and then created three events by Hopkins University. In 2012, she curated the exhibition Princeton and the Gothic and for students—a evening, a juried Revival: 1870–1930. exhibition, and an evening of music. Our new GTF, Sarah Wyer, is poised to build on this awesome foundation. 10 11 TIES WITH KOREA GROW AND PROSPER supported the treatment of our beautiful Ten the foremost ceramic artists in Korea; a publication Symbols of Longevity screen. on Hyunbok Jung’s calligraphy screen by former n In addition to support from Korean organiza- assistant curator Han Zhu; two further (and possibly tions, we brought distinguished art historian traveling) exhibitions, one of Ten Symbols screens Robert Mowry in May to survey our Korean from Korean collections, as well as ours, which will ceramic collection and give a related public provide a focus for an international symposium of lecture and workshop. Mowry is the Retired Alan Joseon-period court and conservation; the J. Dworsky Curator of and of other of work by Hanna Kim, a contemporary Korean the Department of Asian Art, Arthur M. Sackler artist whose work was featured in the 2010–11 Museum, Harvard Art Museums. exhibition of contemporary , drawn from the collection of Yongsoo Huh, and whose Looking ahead, we welcome the acquisition of a studio both Anne Rose and Jill Hartz visited in May. grouping of ceramic stools by Yik-yung Kim, one of Anne Rose returns to Seoul this fall for the 2014 Korean Art + Ideas Forum Towards New Traditions Seated Chijang Posal Flanked by the Ten Kings of the Under-world and Retinue. Korean; Joseon dynasty conference, organized by the Overseas Korean (1392–1910). Framed painting; ink and color on . Cultural Heritage Foundation, during which she will 50 3 x 58 1/2 inches. Murray Warner Collection give a lecture about Korean conservation projects.

KNRICH/JSMA survey team (from left to right): Jonathan Smith, Faith Kreskey, Ji-Hyun Lee, Soyeon Im, Myeongju Kim, Anne Rose Kitagawa, Gina Kim, and Chris White. Not pictured: Jungim Kim, Heunkang Seo, Hyojeong Yoon, and Eunju Nam. The group stands before our Ten Symbols of Longevity (Shipjangsaengdo) screen. Korean; Joseon dynasty, 1879–1880. Ten-panel folding screen; ink, color and on silk, 80 1 x 205 inches. Murray Warner Collection

As the first university museum in the U.S. with two n The National Museum of Korea (NMK) has galleries dedicated to Korean art, the JSMA has a honored us with a grant to produce the bilingual publication Selected Korean Art Masterworks in the long relationship with Korean organizations and an Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. . . unwavering interest in Korean art and culture. This year, our Korean art activities grew exponentially! n Which benefits from extensive photography conducted in anticipation of a visit this summer n A new grant from the Korea Foundation (KF) from Korean art scholars with the Korean will support a series of internships in the U.S. National Research Institute for Cultural Heritage for Korean nationals aspiring to be museum (KNRICH), who surveyed the JSMA’s pre–1950 curators. Our first KF Global Museum Intern, Korean works for inclusion in its forthcoming Gina Kim, a recent MA graduate from the UO’s bilingual publication Korean Art Collections of and Architecture Department, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Portland Art will assist Anne Rose Kitagawa with Korean art Museum, and Seattle Art Museum and. . . cataloguing, research, exhibitions, publications, n KNRICH’s grant to the JSMA to conserve and programs. In return, Kim will receive our early Joseon-period framed Buddhist professional training and job experience. This is painting Chijang Posal and Retinue. This is the especially timely because. . . second KNRICH grant we’ve received; the first 12 13

STRENGTHENING K–12 EDUCATION The JSMA’s education programs regularly garner state and national recognition, thanks to the leadership of Lisa Abia-Smith, director of education. In 2014, we became one of only eight agencies in the state to receive support for “Connecting Students to the World of Work (WOW),” a new initiative funded by the Oregon Arts Commission that offers high school students paid internships in arts organizations with the aim of introducing them to possible careers. Based on our WOW success, we’ve been asked to reapply for a second year. On the national level, we’re in our third year of support from the Kennedy Center, aimed at developing programs for youth with disabilities, and our videos teaching teachers and caregivers how to create art enrichment experiences for children on the autism spectrum are being used across the country. Our educational outreach programs will take a giant step in the next year as we partner with the UO School of Education and area school districts on federal grants to incorporate Visual Thinking Strategies into regional and rural schools throughout Oregon. So it’s not surprising that the Oregon Arts Education Association, following the In addition to running these programs, Lisa is often called upon for statewide guidelines set forth by the National Arts Education Association, gave her their work on arts curricula and teacher training. She also worked closely with the highest annual award: Oregon Museum Education Art Educator of the Year! Association of Art Museum Directors to create an exhibition of work by young students for a Washington, D.C., exhibition that extolled the value of arts education. THE JSMA CAMPAIGN: SUSTAINING TOMORROW And we’re off! Our goal is $19 million, but we aim to raise even more! We’ve made great progress, thanks to two generous planned gifts, one from Sharon Ungerleider, highlighted in our last annual report, dedicated to collaborative projects with the School of Architecture and Allied Arts; the other from Christine and Chris Smith, who completed his term as president of our Leadership Council,

JSMA Revenues and Expenses JSMA year-end establishing the Hope Hughes Pressman Endowment for Pacific Northwest Art,

expense summary Acquisitions Fiscal Year 2014 3% which will provide support for the acquisition, conservation, preservation, and Earned Revenue, Programs & exhibition of Pacific Northwest art. Membership, $184,493 Education Annual Funds, JSMA revenue sources 10% (5%) Curatorial, Grants, Fiscal Year 2014 Making the gift in honor of Hope Pressman goes to the heart of the Smiths’ $620,307 Collections Care, (25%) $3,175,222 Exhibitions Marketing & PR 34% 8% purpose. “Hope Pressman,” says Chris, “is the heart of this museum. With grace,

Development & intelligence, and unbelievable persistence, she has made the museum one of her Endowment & Fundraising University, Gift Fund 6% lifelong projects, and all of us—staff, students, and volunteers—have learned so Earnings, $1,986,159 Visitor Services $384,263 63% 5% (16%) much from her.” “She inspires everyone associated with the museum to do our Administration & Security Facilities Care 11% 24% 14 15

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Chris and Christine Smith Cheryl and Allyn Ford with Jill Hartz Programs, Collections and Honor Roll 2013–2014

best and to do more,” says Christine Smith, who joined the Leadership Council this year. Just as important as our campaign for staff and program endowments is the creation of our new visitor pavilion, a happy reality thanks to Cheryl Ramberg Ford ’66 and Allyn C. Ford. “I fell in love with the museum during my student days,” says Cheryl. “Now that I’m more involved in the museum than ever before, I know how important it is to the university and to all of us who live in Oregon. Art expresses the meaning of our lives and brings us together in important ways, whether it’s for academics or for our cultural or social life. The JSMA embodies what’s important at the university and in our community, and I’d like everyone to appreciate this special place as much as I do.” Soon, we will conduct a cost feasibility study for the addition, thanks to a gift from the Ford Family Fund at The Oregon Community Foundation and Allyn and Cheryl Ford, Roseburg Forest Products. If you are interested in learning more about the museum’s campaign, please contact me ([email protected]; 541.346.0972) or Tom Jackson, our director of development ([email protected]; 541.346.7476). Funding & Development related work. The Museum ensures Museum follows the university’s VISION • We find collaborative Our Vision that exhibition and work areas are human resources procedures, opportunities on- and off-campus The University allocates funds for We will become one of the finest clean and maintained at the highest including annual evaluations. that make the Museum central staff, operations, security, and facility university art museums in the world. for the JSMA to learning and build diverse maintenance to the greatest extent standard possible and that detailed possible. condition reviews and reports are audiences. Ethics, Academic & BELIEF completed on a regular basis. The Museum raises revenue for Professional Standards We believe that knowledge of art KEY STRATEGIES all programs not covered by the The Museum, its employees, and Risk Management enriches people’s lives. university’s general fund from volunteers adhere to the highest Programs diverse sources, including earned The Museum develops, implements, academic, ethical, and professional The Museum presents stimulating, and monitors preventative measures MISSION income, individuals, foundations, standards of the university and innovative and inclusive programs corporations, and local, state, and intervention plans and maintains the American Alliance of Museums The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and exhibitions that enhance the and federal grants agencies. The a comprehensive security program in all that they do on behalf of enhances the University of Oregon’s academic curriculum, emphasize Museum is committed to a balanced for minimizing risk to the collections, the Museum. This commitment academic mission and furthers the cross-cultural understanding, budget model. human life, and the Museum is realized in the Museum’s appreciation and enjoyment of the provide broad education facility at all times, during regular commitment to maintaining its for the general public. experiences, and support The Leadership Council is a key operations and from unexpected accreditation from the American collaborative and interdisciplinary support group, raising money and threats and emergencies. Alliance of Museums. opportunities on- and off-campus. advocating for the Museum. Our Constituents Ongoing evaluation measures how Management & Governance The Museum’s primary constituents effectively the Museum’s program Leadership Council & Communications & Marketing are the University of Oregon’s goals are being realized. The Museum employs strong, Support Groups Internal communications are competent leadership that is students, faculty and staff as well as The Leadership Council serves as proactive, direct, and honest, aiming financially prudent, encourages regional residents and visitors. Our the Museum’s primary advisory and Collections for transparency and inclusivity by achievement, and measures varied activities extend our service to fundraising body of volunteers and The Museum collects, preserves, and among all University of Oregon performance against standards an even wider audience of scholars, helps to ensure the Museum’s artistic studies, exhibits, and interprets staff and volunteers. External of excellence. The university’s artists, collectors, critics, and museum quality, educational integrity, and works of art for the benefit of the communications represent the full administration and the Museum’s professionals. financial strength. Museum members, University of Oregon curriculum and range of Museum functions and Leadership Council are supportive Exhibition Interpreters, and other for the enrichment of the general services and are proactive, direct, and informed advocates of the support groups are integral to the Guiding Principles public. The JSMA is dedicated to and engaging, while delivering a Museum. Museum’s ability to fulfill its mission. • The museum experience enriches strengthening its Chinese, Japanese, clear, consistent message. people’s lives. Korean, American and Pacific The Executive Director and senior • We contribute to the education of Northwest art collections and to staff are responsible for developing, Visitor Experience university students and help them acquiring fine examples from the implementing, reviewing, and become culturally competent global history of art, from earliest times to The Museum aims to provide revising the long-range plan consistently high-quality programs citizens. the present, representing cultures with input from the Museum’s throughout the world. and customer service that enhance constituents, including the • We recognize our visitors’ different visitors’ on-site and online Leadership Council. learning styles and the needs of experiences, leading to ongoing a multigenerational and diverse Research & Publications engagement with the Museum. audience. The Museum supports high-quality Human Resources • Our visitors have enjoyable museum research on its collections and The JSMA employs and trains Facilities experiences that make them want programs by its staff, University of competent staff and volunteers to return. Oregon faculty, students and others The Museum performs effective who strive for excellence. The who use its resources. Research is and efficient maintenance for the Museum supports diversity training • Our collections, programs, and made accessible through teaching, overall care of the Museum facilities, and professional advancement research are of the highest quality. exhibitions, programs, publications, including following preventative opportunities for its staff and • We follow the highest ethical, and online. maintenance schedules, conducting volunteers and provides training academic, and professional timely HVAC/mechanical and opportunities for students interested standards. equipment inspections, and other in the museum profession. The 18 19

Piero Dorazio and the Responsive August 7, Curator’s Gallery Talk by and Allied Arts, the Department of September 28, My Journey in March 8, Panel Discussion: Supporting Eye Danielle Knapp, McCosh Associate the History of Art and Architecture, Photography by Sam Abell and Curating Oregon’s Art with April 9–August 18, 2013 Curator, and June Black, Associate Academic Affairs, Asian Studies, the October 6, Photography of the exhibition curator Cassandra Curator, Arts of the Americas and Oregon Center, and a American West by Rich Clarkson Coblentz; Kandis Brewer Nunn, Europe JSMA Academic Support grant consultant, The Ford Family Su Kwak Light Journey: October 10, Exhibition tour with An Odyssey in Paint The APS is sponsored by The Ford Foundation; and Namita Gupta Programs & JSMA curators Danielle Knapp and Wiggers, director, Museum of May 28–July 28, 2013 Korda and the Revolutionary Family Foundation, Bank of America June Black Image Foundation, Inc., and the William C. Contemporary Craft, Portland; Jill Hartz, Curator Exhibitions August 13, 2013–January 26, 2014 Mitchell Estate October 23, Focus on the Collection: moderated by Danielle Knapp, Organized by the Brauer Museum Contemporary Photographers with McCosh Associate Curator October 5, Picturing Global China: of Art at Valparaiso University and Made possible by a JSMA Academic JSMA curators Jessi DiTillio, Danielle Support Grant Contemporary Art from Shanghai curated by Dr. Jungsil Lee; sponsored Knapp, June Black, and Han Zhu, and Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and and Beyond: A Cross-Cultural Panel by Farwest Steel Korean Art October 15, Korda, the Revolution, and executive director Jill Hartz Power Discussion with Gu Zheng, Fudan Endowment Cuban Photography, conversation University Professor, photographer January 25–April 6, 2014 with gallerists Darrel Couturier and Art of Traditional Japanese and curator; Wang Jun, independent Organized by Jessi DiTillio, assistant Helmuth Rilling: Lenny Campello, moderated by Theater executive director Jill Hartz Shanghai-based curator and scholar; curator of contemporary art; made Expressions and Experience Aynne Kokas, Fellow in Chinese October 8, 2013–Spring 2014 possible with support from Jordan D. May 29–July 14, 2013 November 23, Che Guevara: The Man Media at Rice University Chao Center Art of Traditional Japanese Schnitzer and his Family Foundation, Papé Hall Special Installation Behind the Myth by Carlos Aguirre, for Asian Studies and Baker Institute Theater, Part 2 the Coeta and Donald Barker Professor, Department of History, for Public Policy; Zhuang Jiayun, UNC February 4–June 1, 2014 Changing Exhibitions Endowment, Sponsored by the Oregon Bach and Director, Latin American Studies Assistant Professor of performance Made possible with a JSMA Academic The Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Festival Program studies and playwright;, and Jenny Support Grant CARE Foundation, the Oregon Lin, UO Assistant Professor of Arts Commission and the National February 22, Symposium: The Art Living Legacies: The JSMA @ 80 Ave Maria: Marian Devotional contemporary art history Endowment for the Arts, a federal of Traditional Japanese Theater Works from Eastern and Western agency, and JSMA members. June 1–September 1, 2013 November 20, Contemporary Art with Glynne Walley, UO East Asian Christendom July 20, Collectors’ Tour with Terry Amidst Globalization: Spotlight on Languages and Literatures; Larry January 23, Patron Circle Opening and Anne Carter, David Hilton, and August 20, 2013–July 20, 2014 Asia, presentations by students in Kominz, Portland State University; Reception Joyce Leader Made possible by a JSMA Academic Lin’s Contemporary Asian Art and Matthew Shores, University of Hawaii; January 24, Members’ and Public July 31, SmART Collecting Series: Support Grant Photography class and Alan Scott Pate, Japanese doll Opening Receptions expert. Collecting for the University Art Organized by recent University of January 29, Curator’s Talk by Jessi Museum: A Conversation with Oregon Art History MA recipient CSWS: Women’s Stories, DiTillio Kimerly Rorschach, Director, Seattle Katrena Kugler under the mentorship Women’s Lives Kathy Marmor: The Messengers February 5, Film Screening & Live Art Museum, and Jill Hartz, JSMA of JSMA Assistant Curator June Black September 3, 2013–January 26, 2014 January 14–March 16, 2014 Performance: Lotte Reiniger’s The Executive Director October 18, Curators’ Gallery Talk by Made possible by a JSMA Academic Adventures of Prince Achmed with a Transatlanticism Master’s students Sarah Turner and Support Grant live original score performed by Miles New American Acquisitions August 27, 2013–February 9, 2014 Regan Watjus. Cosponsored by the The APS is sponsored by The Ford and Karina June 1–December 8, 2013 Center for the Study of Women and Made possible by a JSMA Academic Family Foundation, Bank of America February 19, Lecture and Film Society. Danielle Knapp and June Black, Support Grant Foundation, Inc., and the William C. Screening: 8 Possible Beginnings: Curators Mitchell Estate Slavery, Pornography, and Formal National Geographic: November 6, Each Stroke Should Fill Art of the Athlete II January 15, Artist’s Talk Origins by Arlene R. Keizer, Associate Greatest Photographs of the the Room: The Painting of C.S. Price, August 31, 2013–February 9, 2014 Professor of English, University of American West California at Irvine. Co-Sponsored lecture by Richard Saydack Collaboration with the John E. Jaqua We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order September 28–December 31, 2013 by the Oregon Humanities Center’s Academic Center for Student Athletes to Live Endowment for Public Outreach in Thinking through Art: Visual and the UO Arts and Administration Organized with the National Museum January 18–March 16, 2014 the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities Thinking Strategies in Action Program of Wildlife Art of the United States and Museums West; presented by the Sponsored by The Ford Family and Academic Affairs June 7–September 1, 2013 October 2, Reception Foundation Mays Family Foundation; traveled by February 23, Why Aren’t There More Sponsored by the Oregon Arts National Geographic. Made possible January 18, Guided Tour and Gallery Black People in Oregon? A Hidden Commission and Wells Fargo Bank Song Tao: From Last Century by the Coeta and Donald Barker Discussion with 2013 Fellows Mike History: A Conversation with Walidah and the Cheryl and Allyn Ford September 28–December 1, 2013 Changing Exhibitions Endowment, Bray, Cynthia Lahti, and D.E. May; Imarisha. Co-sponsored by the Educational Outreach Endowment Jenny Lin, Assistant Professor, the Oregon Arts Commission, and moderated by Danielle Knapp, Eugene Public Library and made Department of the History of Art and JSMA members McCosh Associate Curator possible by the generous support of Celebrating Oregon Artists: Recent Architecture, curator September 26, Patron Circle Opening January 23, Patron Circle Opening the Oregon Humanities, the National Additions to the Collection Endowment for the Humanities, and Supported by the Center for Asian Reception Reception June 18–September 15, 2013 the Oregon Cultural Trust. and Pacific Studies, the Confucius September 27, Members’ and Public January 24, Members’ and Public Danielle Knapp and June Black, Institute, the School of Architecture Opening Reception Opening Reception Curators 20 21

February 26, 8th–12th Grade WPA Impressions: The Reality of Placing Pierre Daura: Family, YOUTH & FAMILY PROGRAMS Support Grant October 11, Museum After Hours: Educators Workshop Historical the American Dream Community, Nationality Museum Hours, April 9 Jessie Marquez. Sponsored by Interpretations: The Art of Kara March 11–July 27 May 10–September 28, 2014 After School Class: Ready, Set, Snap! Herb and Dorothy 50 x 50, April 30 Northwest Community Credit Union, Walker October 9–December 4 (except Objects and Memory, May 7 Eugene Airport and McKenzie River UO Art History student Merrit May 13, Opening Reception and November 27) The New Rijksmusum, May 28 Broadcasting March 6, Kara Walker: Shadow Caster Thompson, curator Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia by Robert Storr, Dean, Yale University No School Day Fridays: Drop in Art Outdoor Family Film October 18, Lecture-Demonstration April 4, Curator’s Gallery Talk Enjuto Rangel, associate professor of School of Art Spanish at the University of Oregon; Studio The Painting, July 24 by Kartik Seshadri, sitar, in Dr. Carmen Lord, assistant professor September 27, November 8, partnership with the UO School of Co-Sponsored by Academic Affairs Contemporary Oregon Visions: of Liberal Arts at Pacific Northwest December 6, April 18, May 3 Music and the Department of Art and made Jo Hamilton and Irene Hardwick JSMAC PROGRAMS College of Art; Dr. Rothermel, possible by the George and Matilda Olivieri Family Day: Portraits, People, and October 29 & 30 and November 1 & 2, Fowler Endowment Fund assistant professor of Museum Places April 8, InFlux: A Night of Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead April 1–June 29, 2014 Performance Art March 21, Tardis Ensemble Concert: Studies and director and curator, December 14, sponsored by U.S. Celebration. Cosponsored by Oak Hill April 16, Artists’ Gallery Talk: Jo The American South Daura Gallery, Lynchburg College; Bancorp Foundation. April 30, In Touch, an Exhibition of School in conjunction with MEChA de Hamilton and Irene Hardwicke and the student curators. After-school Art Class: Paint, Paper, Student Art Relating to the Five UO, Adelante Sí, el Instituto de Cultura April 4, Why Aren’t There More Black Olivieri Senses de Guanajuato, and el Instituto Estatal People in Oregon? A Hidden History: A June 7, A Spirited Bourrée: Concert Scissors! May 10, Olivieri talk and book signing and Exhibition Tour with UO voice January 22–March 12 Wednesdays June 3, In Tune del Migrante Guanajuatense y sus Conversation with Walidah Imarisha familias Co-sponsored by the Eugene Public instructor Laura Wayte and her Club de Arte para Madres students and the exhibition’s student Library and made possible by the Vanessa Renwick: Hunting February 3, March 3, March 17, OTHER ON-SITE PROGRAMS February 4, Japanese Friendship generous support of the Oregon Requires Optimism & Medusa curators; made possible by a JSMA April 7, April 21 Dolls, lecture by Alan Scott Pate Smack Academic Support Grant Free First Friday Humanities, the National Endowment ArtAccess VSA Workshops for K–12 February 26, Behind the Seams: A for the Humanities, and the Oregon April 24–June 29, 2014 Free admission on first Fridays Conservator Looks at Asian Children with Special Needs throughout the year Cultural Trust. In conjunction with Cinema Pacific; John Piper: Eye and Camera & February 8, March 8, April 15 Beth Szuhay, Conservator, made possible by a JSMA Academic Travel Notes First Saturday Public Tour Chrysalis Art Conservation April 5, A Conversation about Spring Break Art Camp Collecting with Jordan Schnitzer, Support Grant June 3–October 12 2014 Free tour with paid admission on first December 6, March 14, & May 30, March 24–28 Saturdays throughout the year hosted by executive director Jill Hartz April 26, Hope and Prey & Other Films Japanese Puppet Theater Chamber Music on Campus, UO by Vanessa Renwick and Wolf by Go Ducks! Free Admission School of Music and PERMANENT COLLECTION Latin America: Past to Present ASARO: Asamblea de Artistas Deke Weaver Weekends April 7, Artist’s Talk: Michael Jones ASIAN ART EXHIBITIONS Family Day: Animal Tales Free admission on home football Revolucionarios de Oaxaca April 27, Art for Endangered Species: McKean. Cosponsored by the Sponsored by Kendall Subaru game weekends February 11–April 27, 2014 A Forum, presented by Cinema Pacific Traditional and Contemporary Department of Art Korean Art from the Mattielli & July 10, March 5, The Role of Public Art in the May 24, Artist’s Gallery Talk FILMS May 1, Visual Thinking Strategies: Oaxaca Rebellion of 2006, lecture JSMA Collections Architecture, lecture by A. Dean Using Art to Deepen Learning Across McKenzie by César Chávez Victoria, artist and The Human Touch: Selections from Schnitzer Cinema School Disciplines: A Lecture by Philip Ten Symbols of Longevity and Late member of the ASARO collective the RBC Wealth Management Art Curated by Richard Herskowitz, July 13, Harp Concert and Presen- Yenawine Joseon Korean Culture Collection director of Cinema Pacific; tation by Laura Zaerr, UO Adjunct May 4, St. Vinnie’s Metamorphose: cosponsored by Cinema Pacific Instructor of Harp. Cosponsored by NewArt Northwest Kids: Food for April 26–September 14, 2014 Transforming Fashion Rare Warhol, October 9, 2013 Oregon Bach Festival Road Scholar Thought, Annual K-12 Student Art TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS May 16, Chalk it Up, student Exhibition Made possible by RBC Wealth Tribute to James Blue: program. Coordinated with Academic Management, the Coeta and membership drive February 25–June 8, 2014 Tough by Nature: Portraits of The March, November 13 Extension. Donald Barker Changing Exhibitions Cowgirls and Ranch Women of the A Few Notes on Our Food Problem, August 9, Museum After Hours: May 17, Introduction to Chinese and Sponsored by Dr. Michael Balm and Endowment, The Harold and Arlene American West December 11, 2013 Halie Loren. Sponsored by Northwest Korean Ceramics, lecture by Robert Dee Carlson and the Cheryl and Schnitzer CARE Foundation, the Les Oliviers de la Justice, February D. Mowry, Retired Alan J. Dworsky Organized by the JSMA and Community Credit Union, Eugene Allyn Ford Educational Outreach Oregon Arts Commission, and JSMA 12, 2014 Curator of Chinese Art and Head of featuring the work of Lynda Lanker, Airport and McKenzie River Endowment members. The Complex Documentary: Excerpts the Department of Asian Art, Arthur this exhibition traveled under Broadcasting May 3, Exhibition Reception from Who Killed the Fourth Ward? M. Sackler Museum, Harvard Art April 24, Patron Circle Opening the auspices of Landau Traveling and Invisible City, March 12, 2014 September 23–27, 2014, By Way of Museums, and Senior Lecturer on Reception Exhibitions to the following locations: Kenyan Boran, April 23, 2014 These Eyes: An Instagram Exhibition Chinese and Korean Art, Department The Delicate World of Josefine April 25, Members’ and Public Oregon Historical Society, Portland Cinema Pacific Fringe Festival, April October 2, University of Oregon Art of the History of Art and Architecture, Allmayer: Papercuts from the Opening Reception Permanent Collection (February 1–March 31, 2013) 25, 2014 Walk Harvard University April 26, Artist’s Talk: T. L. Solien Led by McCosh Associate Curator February 25–May 25, 2014 National Cowgirl Museum and Hall Black Maria Film and Video Festival, May 18, Connoisseurship of Chinese April 26, Gallery Tour with RBC of Fame, Fort Worth, TX (May 9– May 14, 2014 Danielle Knapp May 21, Silhouettes: Physiognomic and Korean Ceramics, workshop with Curator Donald McNeil, T. L. Solien, September 9, 2013) Organized by Lane Arts Council Science, Domestic Craft, and Avant- Museums On Film Robert Mowry and JSMA executive director Jill Hartz October 11, K–12 Teacher Garde Critique by Sherwin Simmons, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, Organized by Dr. Phaedra June 28, Classical Guitar Concert: Professional Development Professor Emeritus, Department of CA (October 18 – January 19, 2014) Livingstone, Assistant Professor, Devon Kelly and Craig Einhorn. Arts and Administration for Museum Workshop: Every Picture Tells a Story: the History of Art and Architecture Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Cosponsored by the Oregon Bach Theory and other courses Narrative in Art MT (September 15, 2014–January 23, Festival Road Scholar Program and Made possible by a JSMA Academic 2015) coordinated with Academic Extension 22 23

OFF-SITE PROGRAMS CLASSES HELD IN JSMA ART 115 Basic Design (LCC) David Turner; October 14, self-guided ART 261 Photography I (LCC) Robin Seloover; July 24, class visit Jeri Mrazek; October 23, visit to August 1–31, Create Eugene, various AAD 199 Writing for Art assignment American West exhibition locations in Lane County Lisa Abia-Smith; Fall 2013 AAD 410/510 Collection Care ARH 208 Chinese Art Elizabeth Kallenbach; October 14, Japanese Global Scholars Hall August 3, Dig Into Art History at the ARH 409/609 Exploring the Art of Charles Lachman; July 30, extra credit collections visit with Chris White Glynne Walley; October 23, Eugene Public Library Downtown Daura assignment instructor-led visit to Art of Branch, presentation on the history ARCH 199 College Connections Academic Danielle Knapp; Fall 2013 (Pierre Traditional Japanese Theater for the JSMA by McCosh Associate J 412 Communication Theory (Inside Architecture FIG) Daura project) exhibition Curator Danielle Knapp Jeremy Swartz; July 31, self-guided Glenda Utsey; October 15, instructor- Use AAD 430/530 Youth Arts Curriculum September 23, ELAN Community visit led tour of courtyard and galleries AAD 252 Art and Methods Julie Voelker-Morris; October 24, self- Partners Reception and ART 111 Intro Visual Arts (LCC) J 443 Advertising Media Plan Lisa Abia-Smith; Winter 2014 guided tour AAD Practicum Fair. Oregon Ellen Osterkamp; July 31, extra credit Dave Koranda; October 15, tour Contemporary Theatre AAD 410/510 Planning assignment with Debbie Williamson-Smith and SPAN 690 “Postcolonial Culture” Interpretative Exhibits Danielle Knapp Pedro Garcia-Caro; October 24, November 17, Sunday Family Fun at WGS 315 Feminist History and Phaedra Livingstone; Winter 2014 instructor-led visit to Transatlanticism the Eugene Public Library: A Feast Development SOC 199, College Connections (Pierre Daura project) exhibition of Colors, led by Sharon Kaplan and Sarah Ray Randot; August 8, self- (Cultural Encounters FIG) Arthurina Fears, museum educators AAD 430/530 Youth Art Curriculum guided visit Michael Dreiling; October 15, AAD 250 Art and Human Values & Methods instructor-led visit David Turner; October 29, writing January 20, Martin Luther King, Jr., AEI Oral Skills 3 Lisa Abia-Smith; Spring 2014 assignment Celebration, The Shedd Monica Nawrocki; August 16, self- ART 262 Photography II (LCC) January 22, Black Student Union AAD 410/510 Museum Theory guided visit Susie Morrill; October 16, self-guided J 361 Reporting I MLK, Jr. Candlelight Vigil, EMU Phaedra Livingstone; Spring 2014 tour of American West exhibition Jen Schwartz; October 30, visit to AEI Oral Skills 3 American West exhibition January 24, MLK, Jr., Awards ANTH 406/606 Implementing Marc Ardnt; August 23, self-guided Global Scholars Hall Vivier en Ceremony, EMU Ballroom Interpretive Exhibits visit Español Spanish language group BA 199 College Connections for Danielle Knapp; Spring 2014 (Pierre & SPAN 150 Cultural Spanish- Value and Values FIG February 15–16, Oregon Asian J 199 College Connections Daura project) Speaking World Kay Westerfield; October 30, tour Celebration, Lane County Suzi Steffen; September 27, social Robert Davis; October 16, visit to Fairgrounds media scavenger hunt with students ART 233 Drawing Transatlanticism exhibition with March 4, and the Fashion from FIG #HashtagEugene Donald Morgan; October 31, OTHER FACULTY, STAFF, Pedro Garcia-Caro and Robert Davis sketching in galleries Revolution of the 1920s Lecture by AND UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE ART 233 Drawing I Center for Asian and Pacific Studies June Black, Associate Curator, Eugene James Schauer; October 2, sketching REL 322 History of Christianity CLASSES & PROGRAMS and the Center for Applied Second Public Library in galleries David Reis; October 31, tour of Ave Language Studies March 25, Roses in the Salad: AAD 251 Art and Visual Literacy Maria exhibition with June Black UO Graduate School Yifang Zhang; October 18, workshop Vegetable Printing Workshop at David Bretz; July 2, class assignment October 8, docent-led tour for new led by Arthurina Fears for interns GEOG 199 College Connections for the Springfield Public Library led by Summer Architecture Academy graduate students from China and Japan on Visual Carnegie Global Oregon FIG Sharon Kaplan, museum educator James Givens; July 9, sketching in Kiah Frohnauer; November 1, College Scholars Thinking Strategies, JSMA curriculum April 17, Arts and Business Alliance courtyard self-guided visit to American West Mary Jaeger October 9, tour led by materials, and teaching with museum of Eugene Arts After Hours, Kendall exhibition ANTH 150 World Archeology Danielle Knapp objects Ford, Eugene Nick Jew; July 10 & 16, self-guided SPAN 111 Advanced Begninning JPN 410/510 Traditional Theater AAD 250 Art and Human Values May 10, Cuentos y Canciones at activity in Soreng Gallery Spanish Glynne Walley; October 9, instructor- David Turner; October 23, self-guided the Eugene Public Library, Bethel Liliana Datlen; November 1, ARH 205 History of Western Art led visit to Art of Traditional Japanese visit Branch with Arthurina Fears, museum Lisa Calevi; July 15, self-guided instructor-led activity educator Theater exhibition ART 115 2–D Design (LCC) activity in the Gilkey Center PHL 199 College Connections for J 443 Advertising Media Plan Satoko Motouji; October 23, self- Justice Matters FIG AAD 252 Art and Gender Dave Koranda; October 9, guest guided visit Steven Brence; November 5, course Betsy Tanenbaum; July 16, critique presentation by Debbie Williamson- ART 131 Introduction to Drawing assignment essay Smith and ART 234 Figure Drawing (LCC) J 371 Feature Writing I AAD 251 Art and Visual Literacy WR 122 College Composition II Satoko Motouji; October 23, self- Melissa Hart; November 5, visit to David Turner; July 24, course Victoria Vold; October 9, instructor- guided visit Soreng Gallery assignment led visit ART 261 Photography I (LCC) HIST199 College Connections for ART 209 Arts of Japan (Lane ARH 314 History of Western Susie Morrill; October 23, visit to Characters of Asia FIG Community College—LCC) Architecture I American West exhibition Andrew Goble; November 8, tour of Ellen Osterkamp; July 24 and 30, Rebekah Perry; October 11–18, REL 199 College Connections, Silk the galleries with Faith Kreskey course assignment in Japanese assignment to diagram the building Road FIG gallery AAD 199 College Connections Mark Unno; October 23, instructor- (Visualize Your World FIG) led visit 24 25

COLT 199 College Connections for SPAN 301 Identidades Hispanas American English Institute Oral PS 607 Seminar on Political Culture AAD 252 Museum Exhibits ART 270 (LCC) Intersections of Expression FIG Bryan Moore; November 26 and 27, Skills 5 Joe Lowndes; March 4, self-guided Julie Voelker-Morris April 3, self- Susan Lowdermilk; May 7, viewing of Leah Middlebrook; November 14, course assignment Jessica Waid; January 28-30, self- tour guided visit to Kara Walker exhibition prints with Danielle Knapp interpretation activity with Sharon guided activity using Guide by Cell Art 131 Intro to Drawing (LCC) ART 264 Photos as Method Art (LCC) ART 199 Art and the : ENGL 381 Environmental Film Kaplan Gabriella Soraci; November 27, ART 131 Introduction to Drawing Camilla Dussinger; March 5, self- Trash or Treasure? Stephen Rust; May 14, instructor-led AAD 199 College Connections for viewing of drawings in the collection (LCC) guided tour Colleen Choquette; April 3, visit to visit Art of Expression FIG with Danielle Knapp Satoko Motouji; January 29, ANTH 438/538 Race and Gender in Kara Walker exhibition ART 233 Drawing I Naomi Wright; November 14, guided instructor-led visit AAAP 410 Sense of Place: Oregon Latin America ARH 399 Modern Korean Art John Whitten; May 14, sketching in tour for FIG group for AAD 250 Chris Bell; November 27, viewing in ART 294 Watercolor (LCC) Lynn Stephen; March 5, ASARO Younjung Oh; April 5, tour of Korean the galleries Art and Visual Literacy and TA 250 the Gilkey Center of work by David Satoko Motouji; January 29, gallery talk art galleries with Anne Rose Kitagawa Acting I HIST 186 Cultures of McCosh, Laverne Krause, and Charles instructor-led visit and Han Zhu SPAN 303 Expresiones Artisticas Arafaat Valiani; May 15, viewing of ANTH 150 World Archeology Heaney with Helen Blackmore, ART 231 Intermediate Drawing (LCC) Juanita Devereaux; March 5, ASARO AAD 251 Art and Visual Literacy Gandaran works in Gilkey Center with Daphne Gallagher; November 14 Danielle Knapp, and Miranda Satoko Motouji; January 30, gallery talk David Turner; April 9, self-guided Han Zhu and 15, self-guided activity in Soreng Callander; tour of collections storage instructor-led visit activity in galleries Gallery SOC 207 Social Inequality AEI Oral Skills 3 ED 201 Foundations of Education REL 322 History of Christianity Gregory McLauchlan; March 5, GEOG 610 Qualitative Methods Karen Ulloa; May 23, self-guided Institute for Continued Learning (LCC) David Reis; February 6, tour of Ave ASARO talk Katie Meehan; April 14, tour of activity in galleries (Willamette University) Merrill Watrous; December 4, EI tour Maria exhibition with June Black collections and discussion of archives November 19, docent-led tour ART 131 (LCC) Drawing EALL 410/510 New Approaches ART 233 Drawing I with Chris White; viewing and visual ARTF 410/510 Comics and Narrative Gabriella Soraci; March 6, viewing of Shinto ART 233 Drawing I James Schauer; January 8, drawing in analysis of works in Gilkey Center Surabi Ghosh; February 13, instructor- drawings with Danielle Knapp Jason Webb; May 28, viewing of Anne Magratten; November 20, the galleries with June Black, Han Zhu, and led visit to Kara Walker exhibiton Japanese art in Gilkey Center with sketching in galleries WGS 101 Women, Difference, and Danielle Knapp ARTM 459/559 Advanced Metal and Han Zhu ES 399 Comparative Race and Ethnic Power GER 507 The Aesthetics and Politics Jewelry RUSS 240 Russian Culture Studies Williams; March 6, self-guided Center for Latino and Latin of the Avant-Garde Lyndsay Rice; January 9, collections Julia Nemirovskaya; April 16, Tamara Spira; February 13, tour of tour American Studies Sonja Boos; November 21, viewing of visit with Danielle Knapp instructor-led visit to McKenzie Kara Walker with Jessi DiTillio May 28, lecture artwork by German artists in Gilkey HIST 202 United States II: 19th Gallery J 205 Gateway to Journalism Center with June Black ENGL 373 Postslavery Fiction Century ANTH 150 World Archeology Suzi Steffen; January 14, presentation Art Department (Willamette University) Jeffrey Oster; March 6, course Stephen Dueppen; May 29 and 30, ARH 199 through Art on public relations by Debbie April 24 and 25, MFA student Lynn Makau; February 19, guided assignment instructor-led activity in the Soreng Ben Brinkley; November 21, viewing Williamson- Smith critiques with The Human Touch tour of Kara Walker exhibition Gallery and discussion in Gilkey Center with ARH 205 History of Western Art II visiting artist T.L. Solien ARCH 485/585 Low Carbon High Han Zhu REL 302 Chinese Religions Rebekah Perry; March 6, course ARH 101 Global Masterpieces Design: A Museum of Environmental Cinema Pacific Elizabeth Grosz; February 19, tour of assignment Megan Cekander; May 29, Soreng American English Institute Oral Skills Art in the Willamette Valley April 25, lecture Soreng gallery with Han Zhu Gallery visit Marc Arndt; November 22, self- Erin Moore; January 15, collections CAS 110 College Scholars Cinema Pacific guided gallery activity storage visit with Chris White GEOG 208 Geography of North Humanities Colloquium April 26, Deke Weaver and Vanessa HIST 203 US History America Ben Saunders; March 6, instructor- Renwick performances Jamie Bufalino; May 29, visit WPA Chinese Painting (Oregon State Wayne Morse Center Connie Johnston; February 19-21, led visit exhibition for extra credit University) January 22, symposium Cinema Pacific visit to Kara Walker exhibition Xue Lei; November 22, viewing in COLT 301 Approaches to April 27, panel with artists and faculty WGS 101 Women/Difference/Power ARTR 245 Intro to Printmaking Gilkey Center and gallery visit with JPN 410/510 Chikamatsu Comparative Literature Sarah Rondot; May 30, instructor-led Charlene Liu; January 23, viewing of HIST 386 India Han Zhu Monzaemon Katya Hokanson; March 11, EI tour visit on theme of women and art the Wadsworth print collection with Arafaat Valiani; April 29, viewing of Glynne Walley; February 20, visit to ARH 399 Japanese Art Han Zhu ED 201 Foundations of Education Jamini Roy paintings with collections AAD 252 Art and Gender Art of Japanese Theater exhibition Younjung Oh; November 25, viewing (LCC) staff Julie Voelker-Morris; June 26, ARTR 347 Itaglio of prints in Gilkey Center with Faith AAD 312 Arts Management Merrill Watrous; March 12, EI tour instructor-led visit Charlene Liu; January 23, viewing of J 424H The Consumer Society Kreskey, Anne Rose Kitagawa, and Eleanora Redaelli; February 25; Q&A the Wadsworth print collection ARH 205 History of Western Art II Christopher Chavez; April 30, tour Han Zhu and tour with Jill Hartz Rebekah Perry; March 12, view and discussion with Sharon Kaplan ENGL 241 Introduction to African REL 202 Religions of China and ENG 381 Film, Media, and History prints American Literature ART (LCC) Introduction to Drawing, Japan (LCC) Stephen Rust; February 26, instructor- Courtney Thorsson; January 28, tour ARTR245 Intro to Printmaking Watercolor, Intermediate Drawing Clif Trolin; November 25, tour of led visit of Kara Walker exhibition with Jessi Charlene Liu; March 13, visit to Kara Satoko Motouji; April 30, instructor- Asian galleries with Han Zhu DiTillio JPN306 Introduction to Japanese Walker exhibition led visit ARH 300 Critical Approaches to Art Culture AAD 315 Funding the Arts ENGL 391 19th Century American WGS 101 Women, Difference, and History Alisa Freedman; February 27, viewing Darrel Kau; May 7, tour with Debbie Novel Power James Harper; November 25, visit and of prints with Han Zhu and self- Williamson-Smith Courtney Thorsson Sarah Rondot; March 14, visit to Kara discussion with Jill Hartz and Anne guided gallery visit January 28, tour of Kara Walker Walker exhibition J361 Reporting I Rose Kitagawa exhibition with Jessi DiTillio Art Department Equity and Inclusion Kathryn Their; May 7, tour of The February 28, self-guided tour with March 17, women’s history reception Human Touch exhibition with Sharon MFA students Kaplan 26 27

OTHER UNIVERSITY USE Academic Affairs ATTENDANCE: Acquisitions SAKAKURA Yoshinobu, Japanese, April 22, training 1913–1998. Paris, last quarter of the Oregon Executive MBA ON-AND OFF-SITE . Oil on canvas, 13 x 16 September 6, reception Adrenaline Film Festival (Counted) ASIAN ART in. Gift of Eiko Politz. 2013:16.5 April 26, after party Works on Paper: Painting School of Journalism and July 4120 Communication Academic Affairs XIE Xiaoze, Chinese, b. 1966. Order SAKUTA Tomiyuki, Japanese, b. September 17, retreat April 29, luncheon August 3123 Collection (The Red Guards), 1999. Acrylic on 1960. “100 Faces” [boxed portfolio paper, automobile lacquer on steel, of 103 prints], Heisei period (1989– UO Health Center Opportunities Program September 4128 wood, approx. 108 x 180 in. Museum present), 2012. Intaglio print; ink on September 18 & 19, retreat May 10, presentation October 6008 Activity Purchase made possible courtesy paper, sheet: 7 ¾ x 5 ¼ in.; plate: 5 ¾ Accounting UO Housing November 6004 of the artist, the Kenneth Van Duyn x 3 ¾ in. Gift of Elizabeth D. Moyer & May 29, banquet August 15 & 16, retreat December 3671 Art Museum Fund, JSMA Academic Michael C. Powanda. 2013:22.1a UO Trustees Journalism January 6714 Support Grants, and with funds SEKINO Jun’ichirō, Japanese, 1914– May 30, Veterans’ Mixer donated by Keith Achepohl, Frank October 24, Trustee spouse reception February 5656 1988. Monjuro and Jihei [Bunraku & Dorothy Anderson, Ina Asim, Fund for Fculty Excellence UO Foundation Play], Shōwa period (1926–1989), March 5171 Carol & Marvin Berkman, James October 25, awards presentation June 6, Board meeting 1956. Sōsaku hanga woodblock April 8154 Earl & Louise Bishop, Jim & Colleen East Asian Languages & Literatures print; ink and color on paper, ed. College of Arts and Sciences Fitzgibbons, Michael Forster, June 7, dinner May 6942 83/150, approx. 22 x 29 in. (paper). November 4, retreat Dorothy Iler Frear, Joanne Gulsvig, June 4026 Museum Purchase made possible Academic Affairs Research, Innovation, and Grade David Herman, Marlene & Duane with funds donated in memory of Education Total 63,717 November 7, luncheon and workshop Iversen, James Johnson, Edward Yoko McClain by Yoshiko Higarashi June 10, awards presentation Jones, Anne Rose Kitagawa, Peter & and Misao Smith. 2013:23.4 Center for the Study of Women in In addition, the JSMA reached UO Human Resources Rebecca Cohen Kovach, Geraldine Society an audience of approximately June 11, retirement reception Leiman, Ann & Edward Lichtenstein, Dancer from Izu (Izu no odoriko), November 9, reception 165,000 people through community Jerome & Eleanor Maliner, Nancy Shōwa period (1926–1989), 1987. UO Trustees organizations, including an annual President’s Office Martin, Beth & Frederick Maurer, the Sōsaku hanga woodblock print; ink December 3–5, January 11, January June 12, dinner exhibition at the Gallery at the and color on paper, ed. 93/98, 31 7/8 Airport, Art & the Vineyard, Oregon Steven L. Merrill Family Foundation, 21, candidate presentations Advancement Ron Williamson & Linda Jensen, x 22 ¼ in. (paper); 27 7/8 x 18 5/8 in. June 13, retirement reception Asian Celebration, and the Eugene (image). Gift of Dick Easley & H-P Lin. Academic Affairs Public Library. and various Anonymous Donors. February 13, workshop Black Student Union 2014:23.1 2013:28.2 June 14, graduation reception Academic Affairs TSUKIOKA Kōgyo, Japanese, January 16, luncheon and workshop Gabon Delegation Works on Paper: Prints 1869–1927. Shiga (The Poet God of June 19, reception Shiga), from the series Encyclopedia Academic Affairs FUJITA Fumiaki, Japanese, b. 1949. of Nō Plays (Nōga taikan), Shōwa February 13, workshop Human Development Fossil C (Kaseki C), Shōwa period period (1926–1989), 1925–1930. June 20, conference (1926–1989), 1963. Sōsaku hanga Phi Kappa Psi Woodblock print in horizontal ōban woodblock print; ink and color on March 1, dinner format; ink and color on paper, paper, edition A.P., 17 x 11 11/16 in. approx. 10 x 15 in. (paper). Museum President’s Office (paper). Gift of Susan Markley in Purchase made possible by the East March 3, leadership meeting memory of Jane Gehring. 2013:25.1 Asian Languages and Literatures Opportunities Program MORI , Japanese, 1898– Department. 2013:23.3 March 7, presentation 1992. Ibaragi the Demon (Female TSUKIOKA Yoshitoshi, Japanese, Whitman College Demon with Severed Arm), Shōwa 1839–1892. General of the Right March 14, service trip period (1926–1989), signed 1969 Yoritomo Watching Noblemen’s Nō [originally created in 1967 according Counseling Center (Udaishō Yoritomo kugyō nō jōran no to catalogue raisonné]. Sōsaku hanga April 10, retreat zu), Edo (Tokugawa) period (1615– kappazuri stencil print; ink and color Computer Science 1868), 1865. W oodblock-printed ōban on paper, ed. 28/50, 25 ¾ x 31 7/8 in. April 11, luncheon triptych; ink and color on paper, (paper); 22 ¾ x 30 in. (image). Gift of approx. 15 x 35 in. (paper). Museum School of Journalism and Dick Easley & H-P Lin. 2013:28.1 Purchase made possible by the East Communications Asian Languages and Literatures April 13, Page Turner dinner OMOTO Yasushi, Japanese, dates unknown. Little Bird and Boy, Shōwa Department. 2013:23.1 Opportunities Program period (1926–1989), 1950. Sosaku Uesugi Kenshin and the Blind Biwa March 7, presentation hanga woodblock print; ink and color Player (Tanjō Daihitsu Uesugi Kenshin), All measurements are given in on paper, 17 x 10 in. Gift of Eiko Politz. Department of Biology period (1868–1912), 1886. March 11, retreat height x width x depth. 2013:16.4 28 29

Woodblock-printed ōban triptych; ink Powanda, and Stevens Mason Moyer. In the “fonda,” 1954–55. Oil on Jan Zach, American, 1914–1986, b. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret Ataúd abierto (Open coffin), and color on paper, approx. 15 x 35 2013:19.1 Masonite, approx. 36 x 48 in. Gift of . [Bar Figure], Leary. 2013:38.7 2006 (block cut), 2013 (printed). in. (paper). Museum Purchase made Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.5 n.d. Ink and watercolor, 11 ¾ x 8 1/2 in. Woodblock print; ink on paper, Songket, 20th century. and Cathedral Tower, 1939. , 18 1/2 possible by the East Asian Languages Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. 15 1/2 x 23 1/2 in. Gift of Alice Evans, metal threads, overall: 22 1/16 x 45 ¼ in. Pelenque, circa 1954. Oil on Masonite, x 12 1/2 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and and Literatures Department. 2014:2.11 Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn Gift of Elizabeth D. Moyer & Michael approx. 36 x 48 in. Gift of Betty Margaret Leary. 2013:38.8 2013:23.2 Stephen. 2013:18.5 C. Powanda. 2014:10.1 LaDuke. 2014:12.6 Albi, 1926. Etching, 11 x 10 1/2 in. Unknown, Japanese. Evening Prints Sin título (Untitled), 2008 (block cut), Unknown, Chinese. Woman’s robe Woman selling tortillas, circa 1954. Oil Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret Reflection in Obe-e-yama, n.d. 2013 (printed). Woodblock print; ink with white sleeve bands of garden on Masonite, approx. 36 x 48 in. Gift Alexander Allison, Louis Kurz; Leary. 2013:38.9 Woodblock print in vertical ōban on paper, 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. Gift of Alice scenes, Qing dynasty (1644–1912), of Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.7 American, 1835–1921; ?–1964. Battle format; ink and color on paper, Stanwick, from English series #5, Evans, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn 18th–early 20th century. Red silk of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864, framed: 21 1/2 x 16 in. Gift of Mary Ellen Miners of Guanajuato, 1954. Oil on 1939. Etching, 9 ¾ x 8 1/2 in. Courtesy Stephen. 2013:18.6 with polychrome silk thread 1890. Chromolithograph, 22 ¼ x 28 ¼. West. 2014:7.2 Masonite, approx. 36 x 48 in. Gift of of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret Sin título (Untitled), 2007–08 (block embroidery; Peking, satin and Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.8 2013:38.10 Kuchi-e frontispiece with Lady & couching stitches, 42 x 63 in. Gift of Leary. 2013:38.28 cut), 2013 (printed). Woodblock Gentleman in Western Attire, n.d. Eva Safar in memory of her father, Children, 1954. Oil on Masonite, Barry Andersen, American, b. 1945. Rocamadour, 1927. Etching, 16 1/8 x print; ink on paper, 15 1/2 x 15 1/2 Woodblock-printed book frontispiece Julius Kyzivat. 2014:9.1 48 x 36 in. Gift of Betty LaDuke. Sheep and Pyramid, Ireland, 2004 11 7/8 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and in. Gift of Alice Evans, Gabriela (kuchi-e); ink and color on paper, 2014:12.9 Margaret Leary. 2013:38.11 Martínez, and Lynn Stephen. Woman’s apron with floral and (printed 2014). Archival inkjet print, framed: 17 1/2 x 15 in. Gift of Mary Ellen 2013:18.7 phoenix design, Qing dynasty (1644– Campesinos, 1954. Oil on Masonite, 10 x 14 in. Gift of Barry Andersen. Church of Saint Aignan, Chartes, 1950. West. 2014:7.3 1912), 19th–early 20th century. 36 x 48 in. Gift of Betty LaDuke. 2014:15.1 Etching, sheet: 10 x 8 in.; plate: 6 7/8 Alto al fascismo en México! (Stop UTAGAWA Kuniaki II, Japanese, Cream figured silk ground with 2014:12.10 Peat, Storm, Connemara, Ireland, x 4 1/8 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Fascism in Mexico!), 2007–08 (block 1835–1888. No. 9 from the series polychrome silk floss embroidery, Girls with ribbons, 1954. Oil on 2004 (printed 2014). Archival Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.1 cut), 2013 (printed). Woodblock History of Japan (Nihon rekishi), n.d. print; ink on paper, 19 1/2 x 23 ¾ Peking, satin, and stem stitches, 39 x Masonite, 36 x 48 in. Gift of Betty inkjet print, 10 x 14 in. Gift of Barry ASARO (Asamblea de Artistas Ukiyo-e woodblock print; ink and in. Gift of Alice Evans, Gabriela 42 1/2 in. Gift of Eva Safar in memory of LaDuke. 2014:12.11 Andersen. 2014:15.2 Revolucionarios de Oaxaca/ color on paper with mica, 10 ¼ x 15 ¼ Martínez, and Lynn Stephen. her father, Julius Kyzivat. 2014:9.2 Assembly of Revolutionary Artists in. Gift of Mary Ellen West. 2014:7.1 Girl with ribbons, 1954. Oil on Kentucky #42–15, 1989 (printed 2013:18.8 Parasol, 20th century. Cream Masonite, 36 x 40 in. Gift of Betty 2014). Archival inkjet print, 18 x 14 of Oaxaca), Mexican, established UTAGAWA (Toyokuni III), silk parasol with fringe; LaDuke. 2014:12.12 in. Gift of Barry Andersen. 2014:15.3 2006. En el mar la vida es más Agradesco a la Virgencita de Japanese, 1786–1865. Memorial structure; floral design on textile, 33 sabrosa, en el mar es pura felicidad Guadalupe (I give thanks to the Virgin Carl Morris, American, 1911–1993. John Taylor Arms, American, Portrait (Shini-e) of Actor Ichikawa x 3 1/2 in.; open: 33 x 30 in. Gift of Eva (Life is more flavorful at sea, life is pure of Guadalupe), 2008–09 (block cut), [abstract], n.d. Oil on canvas, 52 1887–1953. Gargoyle Over City, 1922. Danjūrō 8th with His Father, Ichikawa Safar in memory of her father, Julius happiness at sea), 2011, (block cut), 2013 (printed). Woodblock print; ink x 46 in. Donated by the Asian Art Etching, 10 1/2 x 7 1/8 in. Courtesy of Danjūrō 7 as a Priest, Edo (Tokugawa) Kyzivat. 2014:9.3 2013 (printed). Woodblock print; ink on paper, 23 ¾ x 31 1/2 in. Gift of Alice period (1615–1868), 1854. Ukiyo-e Coordinating Council in memory of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. on paper, 27 ¾ x 31 in. Gift of Alice Evans, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn woodblock print in vertical ōban Dr. Jeanne S. Phillips. 2014:1.1 2013:38.1 Evans, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn Stephen. 2013:18.9 format; ink and color on paper, Stephen. 2013:18.1 WESTERN ART Rolando Rojas, Mexican, b. 1970. Town and Cathedral Scene, 1946. Johnstone Baird, British, 1880– approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Gift of Nocturninos (Night Owls), 2012. Oil Etching, 13 1/2 x 17 ¼ in. Courtesy Ya llego el apocalipsis pa’ los ratas 1935. Grand Building Along Water the Unno Family. 2013:24.1 Paintings and sand on canvas, overall: 39 3/8 x of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. (The apocalypse has already come for Edge, n.d. Etching, 13 5/8 x 17 3/8 in. Pere de Greenham, Mexican, 23 5/8 in. Gift of the Artist. 2013:9.1 2013:38.2 the rats), 2006–7 (block cut), 2013 Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret b. 1961. El Taller de Doña Remedios, (printed). Woodblock print; ink on Leary. 2013:38.12 Ceramics n.d. , 40 x 47 in. Zinaida Nikolaevna Shatilova, Burgos, also A Spanish Town Revisited paper, 23 1/2 x 33 in. Gift of Alice Evans, Unknown, Japanese. Tea (or Coffee) Purchased with funds from the Ford Russian, dates unknown. Untitled from Spanish Church series #2, 1943. , American, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn Stephen. Pot with Dragon-Shaped Spout, Contemporary Art Endowment. [Icon depicting: Christ, St. Andrew, Etching, 12 x 18 3/8 in. Courtesy of 1862–1951. Cloudy Dawn, 1922. 2013:18.2 Handle & Lid and Various Figural 2014:8.2 Virgin, Deacon, Sts. Peter & Paul and Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Etching on cream laid paper, 12 ¾ x Designs, Meiji period (1868–1912). Czar & Czarina], 17th century. Oil on 2013:38.3 ¡El maíz es nuestro! Los presos y los 16 ¼ in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Su Kwak, Korean-American, Satsuma ware; white earthenware panel, overall: 4 ¼ x 3 3/8 in. Gift of Eva desaparecidos políticos también (The Margaret Leary. 2013:38.13 b. 1949. Healing Light #22, 2006. The Oldest Settler, Bayeux, France, 1917. with decoration in overglaze Safar. 2013:37.1 corn is ours! The prisoners and the Grid of 9 paintings, acrylic on Etching, 18 ¼ x 12 ¾ in. Courtesy The Marsh Gunner, 1918. Etching, polychrome enamels, 9 x 9 ¾ x 5 ¾ in. missing are, too), 2008 (block cut), canvas, overall: 72 x 90 in. Gift of the John Smart, Scottish, 1838–1899. of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. 14 1/2 x 12 1/2 in. Courtesy of Dr. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen 2013 (printed). Woodblock print; ink Artist. 2013:20.1 Lone Loch Machaig, Braes o’Doune, 2013:38.4 Robert and Margaret Leary. Dumond. 2013:26.1a–b 1881–2. Oil on canvas, 43 ¼ x 62 ¼ in. on paper, 20 x 27 ¾ in. Gift of Alice Cathedral and Campanile, 1924. 2013:38.14 Betty LaDuke, American, b. 1933. (framed). Gift of Dr. John P. & Ethel Evans, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn Etching, 9 x 14 in. Courtesy of Dr. Yucatan impoverished Mayan woman Reeves MacKinnon. 2013:27.1 Stephen. 2013:18.3 The Gunner’s Blind, 1921. Etching, 12 1/2 Textiles Robert and Margaret Leary. 2013:38.5 with twins, 1953 or ’54. Oil on x 15 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Unknown, Balinese. Ider-Ider (Temple Ricardo Soliz, Mexican, dates Sin título (Untitled), 2006 (block cut), Masonite, approx. 48 x 36 in. Gift of Gargoyle, 1919. Etching, 13 5/8 x 8 1/2 in. Margaret Leary. 2013:38.15 Cloth or Hanging Valance for a Temple unknown. Ornitofobia, 2013. India 2013 (printed). Woodblock print; ink Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.3 Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret or Pavilion), n.d. Opaque watercolor ink and oil on canvas, 18 x 28 in. on paper, 20 ¼ x 27 ¼ in. Gift of Alice Isabel Bishop, American, 1902–1988. Leary. 2013:38.6 on cloth, 11 5/8 x 173 in. (overall). Gift Campesinos talking, 1954–55. Oil on Purchased with funds from the Ford Evans, Gabriela Martínez, and Lynn Untitled (man pulling up his sock), of the KMP Collection in the care Masonite, approx. 36 x 48 in. Gift of Contemporary Art Endowment. Sens: Cathedrale de Saint Etienne, Stephen. 2013:18.4 1946. Etching, sheet: 13 x 10 in.; plate: of Elizabeth D. Moyer, Michael C. Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.4 2014.8.1 1929. Etching, 17 1/2 x 11 ¾ in. 4 x 3 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.3 30 31

Sándor Bortnyik, Hungarian, Howard Norton Cook, American, Children in Mexican Masks, III, ed. Cut Flowers: 4, color trial proof, 1979. Ottavio Leoni, Italian, 1578–1630. Ink on paper, 22 x 29 in. Gift of Eiko 1893–1976. Portrait of Vladimir 1901–1980. Governor’s Palace, Santa 8/20, 2014. Printed with archival Lithograph with hand applied Paolo Quagliati, 1623. Etching on Politz. 2013:16.6 Lenin, 1919. Linocut; ink on paper, Fe, 1927. , 11 x 9 in. Courtesy inks on Hanemuhle Torchon Fine pastel, 16 x 20 in. Gift of Betty Hahn. paper, 5 5/8 x 4 3/8 in. Gift of David Abstract Composition (Black and image: 13 7/8 x 9 7/8 in. Gift of Sherwin of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Art Paper, Sheet: 11 x 8 1/2 in.; Image: 2014:21.2 Hilton. 2013:32.1 White), plate 7 from Homenatge à Simmons. 2013:34.1 2013:38.20 4 ¾ x 3 ¾ in. Gift of Judith Golden. Variation w/4 ed. 4/10, 1979. Tommaso Stigliani (alternately Joan Prats, 1971. Lithograph, 39 3/8 x 2014:18.2 Felix Bracquemond, French, Darryl Curran, American, b. 1935. Lithograph with hand applied Stigliano, 1573–1651), 1625. Etching 29 1/2 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and 1833–1914. La Terrasse de la Villa Five Squash Blossoms, 1996. Digital Children in Mexican Masks, V, ed. pastel, 16 x 20 in. Gift of Betty Hahn. on paper, 5 5/8 x 4 3/8 in. Gift of David Margaret Leary. 2013:38.34 Brancas, 1876. Etching, sheet: 11 ¾ x print, sheet: 20 x 14 in.; image: 18 8/20, 2014. Printed with archival 2014:21.3 Hilton. 2013:32.2 Carl Morris, American, 1911–1993. 16 in.; plate: 9 7/8 x 13 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. x 11 ¾ in. Gift of Darryl Curran. inks on Hanemuhle Torchon Fine , American, 1859– Gabriello Chiabrera (1552–1638), [unknown title], n.d. Print on paper, 20 Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. 2014:19.1 Art Paper, Sheet: 11 x 8 1/2 in.; Image: 1935. The Old House, 1915. Etching, 1625. Etching on paper, 5 5/8 x 4 3/8 in. x 13 1/2 in. Donated by the Asian Art 2014:11.4 4 ¾ x 3 ¾ in. Gift of Judith Golden. Napkin and Backlit Bottle, 1994. Gift of David Hilton. 2013:32.3 Coordinating Council in memory of 2014:18.3 10 7/8 x 12 ¼ in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert Auguste Brouet, French, 1872–1941. Digital print, sheet: 20 x 14 in.; image: and Margaret Leary. 2013:38.23 Dr. Jeanne S. Phillips. 2014:1.4 Ludovico Leoni (1531–1606), 1625. Camp of the Americans, n.d. Etching 18 x 11 ¾ in. Gift of Darryl Curran. Francisco Goya, Spanish, 1746– Etching on paper, 5 5/8 x 4 3/8 in. Gift Hilda Morris, American, 1911–91. with drypoint, plate: 9 1/2 x 11 1/2 in. 2014:19.2 1828. Tan bárbara la seguridad como Stanley W. Hayter, British, 1901–88. of David Hilton. 2013:32.4 Three Birds, 1953. Lithograph, 7 1/2 Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret el delito (The Custody is as Barbarous Runner, 1939. Engraving, 13 1/8 x Carrotid Scan, 1995–96. Digital print, x 4 1/2 in. Donated by the Asian Art Leary. 2013:38.16 as the Crime or The Little Prisoner), 10 ¼ in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and George Marples, British, 1869–1939. sheet: 20 x 14 in.; image: 18 x 11 ¾ Coordinating Council in memory of 1810. Etching and burin on laid Margaret Leary. 2013:38.24 The Chase, n.d. Etching, 11 7/8 x 14 1/2 in. Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, in. Gift of Darryl Curran. 2014:19.3 Dr. Jeanne S. Phillips. 2014:1.2 paper, image: 3 7/8 x 2 15/16 in.; sheet: Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret Italian, 1607–64. Head of an Old Man Wenceslaus Hollar, Czech, 1607–77. Charles François Daubigny, French, 6 ¼ x 4 ¾ in. Gift of David Hilton. Leary. 2013:38.32 Frank Arthur Nankivell, Australian, Facing Right, ca. 1650. Etching on East View of the Antwerp Cathedral— 1817–78. Le bateau-atelier (The Boat 2013:30.1 1869–1959. Boy, n.d. Soft ground paper, sheet: 7 5/8 x 5 5/8 in.; plate: 7 ¼ x St. Mary’s, 1642–51. Etching, 1649, Roberto Matta, Chilean, 1911–2002. Studio), 1861–62. Etching, sheet: 6 1/2 etching, 11 x 8 7/8 in. Gift of Dr. Don 5 ¼ in. Gift of David Hilton. 2013:17.1 Gordon Grant, American, frame: 35 x 29 in. Courtesy of “Damne par l’arc-en-ciel (Plate 5)” x 9 7/8 in.; plate: 4 x 5 ¼ in. Gift of Dr. E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. 1875–1962. Little Harbor, ca. 1945. Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. from the Saison en Enter Portfolio, Old Bearded Man Facing Left, ca. Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.20 Lithograph, sheet: 12 x 15 ¾ in.; 2013:38.25 1977. Color etching and aquatint, 1645–50. Etching, sheet: 4 7/8 x 3 5/8 2014:11.6 plate: 9 1/8 x 12 in. Gift of Dr. Don framed, 18 5/8 x 14 1/8 in. Gift of Kenda North, American, b. 1951. in.; plate: 4 3/8 x 3 ¼ in. Gift of David Suda House, American, b. 1951. Leda Honoré Daumier, French, 1808– E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Descent, 2012–14. Ultrachrome Hilton. 2013:17.2 from the Aqueous Myths, 1984; printed 1879. Au nouvel an, visit obligée à 2014:11.10 2013. Artist proof; chromogenic 2013:38.33 pigment prints on Hahnemuhle , French, 1887–1985. la tante Rabourdin (The obligatory William Turner paper, 17 x 22 in. Gift Longshoremen, ca. 1937. Lithograph, print, image: 20 x 16 in. Gift of Suda Roger Medearis, American, 1920– Encounter with a Peasant (Rencontre visit to Aunt Rabourdin on New of Kenda North. 2014:17.2 sheet: 11 3/8 x 15 ¾ in.; plate: 9 x House. 2014:26.1 2001. Tom Benton Painting a Portrait, d’un paysan), from “Les Ames Mortes” Year’s Day), 1847. Lithograph, hand 11 1/2 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol ed. 34/100, 1992. Lithograph, sheet: Red , 2012–14. Ultrachrome (Dead Souls), 1923–48. Etching, 15 colored, 14 x 10 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.11 19 x 15 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol pigment prints on Hahnemuhle x 11 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. Austrian, 1928–2000. Good Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.15 William Turner paper, 17 x 22 in. Gift Margaret Leary. 2013:38.17 2014:11.7 William Gropper, American, 1897– Morning City—Bleeding Town, of Kenda North. 2014:17.3 1977. Paul Bunyan, 1939. Lithograph, 1969–71. Mixed media (18 serigraph, Tom Benton Painting a Portrait, ed. Springtime in the Meadow, from Edward Julius Detmold, British, sheet: 15 1/2 x 10 ¾ in.; plate: 13 1/2 x 10 embossing and metal stamping, 3/100, 1992. Color lithograph, sheet: Jane O’Neal, American, b. 1945. Daphnis and Chloë, 1961. Color 1883–1957. Scene with Camels, 8 7/8 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol 2 phosphorescent colors), frame: 18 1/2 x 14 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Cavendish Bud, 2001; printed 2014. lithograph, frame: 26 ¼ x 34 1/2 in. Loan n.d. Etching, 12 x 19 1/8 in. Courtesy Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.12 43 x 30 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert Carol Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.16 Digital print, sheet: 20 ¾ x 17 in.; from Dr. Robert & Margaret Leary. of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. and Margaret Leary. 2013:38.26 image: 18 x 7 7/8 in. Gift of Jane 2013:38.31 2013:38.21 John August Groth, American, High Noon, 1991. Lithograph, sheet: O’Neal. 2014:20.1 1902–88. Coal Gleaners, n.d. Drypoint, The Last Tears, 1979. Japanese 15 1/2 x 19 in.; plate: 11 3/8 x 15 in. Gift Samuel Chamberlain, American, Fritz Eichenberg, German, 1901–90. 7 x 9 7/8 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol woodcut in c. 30 colors, frame: 32 of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Cavendish Stalk, 2001 (file); printed 1895–1975. Chartres Cathedral, Self portrait at work, 1984. Wood Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.13 x 24 ¾. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Dumond. 2014:11.17 2014. Digital print, sheet: 20 ¾ x 17 ca. 1931. Drypoint, 16 ¾ x 11 1/2 in. engraving, sheet: 20 x 13 in.; plate: Margaret Leary. 2013:38.27 in.; image: 18 x 7 7/8 in. Gift of Jane Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret 8 x 6 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Peluquerîa— Al Fresco, ca. . Leopoldo Méndez, Mexican, O’Neal. 2014:20.2 Leary. 2013:38.18 Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.8 Drypoint, 10 ¾ x 8 in. Gift of Dr. Don Betty LaDuke, American, b. 1933. 1902–69. Compro tu Maiz [I Buy Your E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. Search for Peace 6/12, 1961. Etching. Corn], 1949. Linoleum cut, sheet: Joseph Pennell, American, 1857– Dentelles Gothiques—Clamecy, 1930. Posada, 1964. W ood engraving, 2014:11.14 23 1/2 x 17 ¾ in. Gift of Betty LaDuke. 17 1/2 x 22 ¾ in.; plate: 11 ¾ x 16 ¼ in. 1926. The Fruit Shop, 1903. Etching Drypoint, 17 x 12 1/8 in. Courtesy sheet: 9 ¼ x 8 ¼ in.; plate: 5 x 3 3/8 in. 2014:12.1 Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen and drypoint, sheet: 10 x 12 ¼ in.; of Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Seymour Haden, American, 1834– Dumond. 2014:11.18 plate: 8 1/2 x 11 in. Gift of Dr. Don 2013:38.19 Dumond. 2014:11.9 1903. From the Bridge at Cardigan, Trilogy—Allegory of Time Space Man, E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. 1864. Etching with drypoint, 6 1/8 x 1963. Three etching sheets mounted En Nombre de Cruz, Asesino de Nicholas Charlet, French, 1792– Judith Golden, American, b. 1943. 2014:11.21 8 ¼ in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and on one paper, 35 ¾ x 53 in. Gift of Profesor Ildefonso Vargas, 1938. 1845. Leçon de Peinture, 1835. Children in Mexican Masks, I, ed. 8/20, Margaret Leary. 2013:38.22 Betty LaDuke. 2014:12.2 Lithograph, 13 ¾ x 19 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. Polperro No. 1, 1896. Lithograph, Lithograph, sheet: 8 ¾ x 11 ¾ in.; 2014. Printed with archival inks on Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. sheet: 11 ¼ x 15 in.; plate: 8 5/8 x plate: 5 1/8 x 6 3/8 in. Gift of Dr. Don Hanemuhle Torchon Paper, Betty Hahn, American, b. 1940. Fernand Léger, French, 1881–1955. 2014:11.19 10 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. Sheet: 11 x 8 1/2i n.; Image: 4 ¾ x 3 ¾ Chamisa, trial proof 3, 1997. Cirque, 1950. Unbound folio, 17 1/2 x Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.23 2014:11.5 in. Gift of Judith Golden. 2014:18.1 Photogram/lithograph, 20 x 15 in. 13 1/2 x 1 1/2 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert Joán Miró, Spanish, 1893–1983. Gift of Betty Hahn. 2014:21.1 Leary. 2013:38.29 Abstract forms, ed. 300/300, after 1967. 32 33

José Guadalupe Posada, Mexican, spit-bite and dry-point, printed on Lechería, 1945. Drypoint, sheet: 15 5/8 Henk Pander, American; Pacific Crown Royal Good Taste, 1982. 1852–1913. Cover of chapbook Una Hahnemuhle Copperplate Bright x 8 1/2 in.; plate: 12 3/8 x 6 3/8 in. Gift Northwest, b. 1937. Animal Sally Finch, American, b. 1954. Collage on paper, 8 3/16 x 10 7/8 in. Gift corrida de toros o el amo de Luisa (A White 300gsm paper; ed. 22/25, 27 of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Alphabet, 1973. Ink on paper, 20 x Page 77, 2003. Collage, 12 x 9 in. Gift of Violet Ray. 2013:36.15 bullfight or the lover of Luisa), ca. x 39 in. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin R. Dumond. 2014:11.27 26 in. Transfer from the Oregon Zoo. of Eiko Politz. 2013:16.3 Nine Flags Sniper, ca. 1967. Collage 1895. Zinc etching, 6 x 4 1/8 in. Gift Berman. 2013:35.1 2013:21.1 James Abbot McNeil Whistler, on paper, 10 ¼ x 13 3/8 in. Gift of of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Violet Ray, American, b. 1936. Our Andy Warhol, American, 1928–1987. American, 1834–1903. Portrait of Joseph Pennell, American, Violet Ray. 2013:36.16 Dumond. 2014:11.24 Backyard, ca. 1968. Collage on paper, Flowers, 1970. Screenprint on paper, Joseph Pennell, 1896. Lithograph, 1857–1926. The of San 10 3/8 x 13 ¼ in. Gift of Violet Ray. Pan Am Peking, 1967. Collage on John Sloan, American, 1871–1951. 38 x 38 in. Gift of the Andy Warhol sheet: 13 ¾ x 10 in.; plate: 7 x 5 1/2 in. Ghimignano, 1883. Ink drawing, 2013:36.1 paper, 10 3/8 x 13 9/16 in. Gift of Violet The Movey Troupe, 1920. Etching, 15 Foundation for the Visual Arts. Extra, Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen 12 3/8 x 18 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Ray. 2013:36.17 x 15 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert Leary. out of the edition. Designated for Dumond. 2014:11.28 Carol Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.22 White Horse Good Guys, 1967. Collage 2013:38.36 research and educational purposes on paper, 10 1 x 13 3/8 in. Gift of Violet Univac Capsules, 1969. Collage on , American, 1891–1942. Charles S. Politz, American, 1923– only. 2013:33.1 Ray. 2013:36.2 paper, 10 1/8 x 13 in. Gift of Violet Ray. Michael Stone, American, b. 1945. In , 1939. Lithograph, 12 1/2 1997. Untitled, n.d. Ink on paper, 25 x 2013:36.18 Aerial View, 2014. Inkjet print on Flowers, 1970. Screenprint on paper, x 17 ¾ in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and 18 in. Gift of Eiko Politz. 2013:16.1 Wet & Wild, 1967. Collage on paper, 10 3/8 x 13 3/16 in. Gift of Violet Ray. Moab Entrada Rag Natural 300; 38 x 38 in. Gift of the Andy Warhol Margaret Leary. 2013:38.38 Jan Zach, American, 1914–86, Untitled, n.d. Ink on paper, 26 x 28 in. 2013:36.3 reproduction of 1978 black-and- Foundation for the Visual Arts. Extra, b. Czechoslovakia. Untitled, n.d. Jan Zach, American, 1914–1986, Gift of Eiko Politz. 2013:16.2 out of the edition. Designated for Drawing and collage, 20 x 16 in. Gift white photograph, overall: 9 x 12 in.; b. Czechoslovakia. Untitled [bridge Coke Kid on Ice, ca. 1968. Collage on research and educational purposes Jan Zach, American, 1914–1986, of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. image: 6 x 8 in. Gift of Michael Stone. over river], ca.1984. Lithograph, 18 1/8 paper, 9 3/8 x 12 3/8 in. Gift of Violet only. 2013:33.2 b. Czechoslovakia. Iluse, 1944. 2014:2.13 2014:14.1 x 24 ¼ in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Ray. 2013:36.4 Graphite on paper, framed: 29 1/2 x $1, 1982. Screenprint on Lenox Zach Estate. 2014:2.10 Untitled, n.d. Papercut, 20 1/8 x 18 1/8 Airplane, 2014. Inkjet print on Moab 32 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Polaroid: It’s like opening a present, Museum Board, 19 ¾ x 15 5/8 in. Gift in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Entrada Rag Natural 300; reproduction Untitled [Crucifixion], n.d. Woodblock Estate. 2014:2.1 1966. Collage on paper, 10 ¼ x 13 1/16 of the Andy Warhol Foundation Estate. 2014:2.8 of 1978 B&W photograph, overall: print, sheet: 12 ¼ x 9 ¼ in.; image: 10 x in. Gift of Violet Ray. 2013:36.5 for the Visual Arts. Extra, out of the Untitled, n.d. Ink on paper, 12 ¼ x 15 9 x 12 in.; image: 8 x 6 ¼ in. Gift of 7 ¼ in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach edition. Designated for research and in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Nine Flags: We Failed, 1967. Collage on Michael Stone. 2014:14.2 Estate. 2014:2.3 Photography educational purposes only. 2013:33.3 Estate. 2014:2.6 paper, 10 5/16 x 13 in. Gift of Violet Ray. Islands, 2013. Inkjet print on Moab Long-horned Cows, n.d. Woodblock 2013:36.6 Marsha Burns, American, b. 1945. $1, 1982. Screenprint on Lenox Untitled, n.d. Marker, 7 1/16 x 21 in. Gift Entrada Rag Natural 300, overall: 12 print, mat: 15 ¾ x 15 ¾ in.; image: Untitled [two Berliners], n.d. Black- Museum Board, 19 ¾ x 15 5/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. North American Rockwell, 1970. x 16 in.; image: 12 x 6 ¾ in. Gift of 9 1/2 x 9 ¾ in. Gift of the Judith and and-white photograph, 6 1/2 x 8 ¾ in. of the Andy Warhol Foundation 2014:2.12 Collage on paper, 10 x 13 in. Gift of Michael Stone. 2014:14.3 Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.5 Gift of Sherwin Simmons. 2013:34.4 for the Visual Arts. Extra, out of the Violet Ray. 2013:36.7 Untitled, n.d. Drawing and crayon, , Mexican, 1899– edition. Designated for research and Lamentation, 1940s. Woodblock Martín Chambi, Peruvian, 1891– 15 ¾ x 12 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Softique Bath Beads, ca. 1969. 1991. Untitled, 20th century. Mixed educational purposes only. 2013:33.4 print, Print, with mat: 15 1/2 x 15 1/2 in.; 1973. Policeman with Boy, Cuzco, Zach Estate. 2014:2.14 Collage on paper, 9 15/16 x 13 1/8 in. media on paper, 29 1/2 x 37 1/2 in. image: 9 3/8 x 9 5/8 in. Gift of the Judith 1923, printed 2014. Gelatin Alexander the Great, 1982. Gift of Violet Ray. 2013:36.8 Courtesy of Dr. Robert & Margaret and Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.7 Slany, Czechoslovakia, 1928. Water- print, 18 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. A gift in honor Screenprint on Lenox Museum Leary. 2013:38.35 color and graphite, framed: 24 ¼ x Johnnie Walker Black Label, ca. 1968. of Professor Carlos Aguirre and his Board, 39 1/2 x 39 1/2 in. Gift of the Untitled (Adoration of the Magi), 26 7/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Collage on paper, 9 ¾ x 13 ¼ in. Gift of extraordinary service to the Latin Dos Figuras (Two Figures), 1976. Andy Warhol Foundation for the n.d. Woodblock print, sheet: 21 x 26 Zach Estate. 2014:2.15 Violet Ray. 2013:36.9 American Studies Program at the Mixografia, 30 ¼ x 22 ¾ in. Gift of Visual Arts. Extra, out of the edition. in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach University of Oregon. From Ina Asim; Chivas Regal Bullets, 1973. Collage Dr. Robert and Margaret Leary. Designated for research and Estate. 2014:2.9 Boat, 1940s. Pastel on paper, framed: Erin Beck; Carson and June Black; on paper, 8 3/16 x 11 in. Gift of Violet 2013:38.37 educational purposes only. 2013:33.5 26 5/8 x 21 1/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Scott Coltrane and Wendy Wheeler- Ray. 2013:36.10 Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.16 Coltrane; Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel and Robert von Sternberg, American, b. Ingrid Bergman (The Nun), 1983. Drawings 1939. Great Barrier Reef, 1994. Digital Screenprint on Lenox Museum Untitled, n.d. Pastel, 13 ¼ x 14 ¾ in. Chiquita Mistakes, ca. 1968. Collage Pedro García-Caro; Amalia Gladhart; Leonard Baskin, American, 1922– print, sheet: 11 x 17 in.; image: 9 x Board, 38 x 38 in. Gift of the Andy Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. on paper, 10 ¼ x 13 5/8 in. Gift of Violet Bryna Goodman; Jeff Hanes and Sayo 2000. E. A. Poe, n.d. Ink and wash 12 in. Gift of Robert von Sternberg. Warhol Foundation for the Visual 2014:2.17 Ray. 2013:36.11 Murcia; Robert Haskett and Stephanie drawing, 10 ¾ x 7 ¾ in. Gift of Dr. 2014:13.1 Arts. Extra, out of the edition. Wood; Ellen P. Herman and Lynn Don E. and Carol Steichen Dumond. Workers, 1956. Conte crayon on American Ingenuity, 1971. Collage on Designated for research and M. Stephen; Jill Hartz and Richard Lao Valley, 1971. Digital print, sheet: 2014:11.2 paper, framed: 27 ¼ x 31 ¾ in. Gift paper, 8 ¼ x 11 in. Gift of Violet Ray. educational purposes only. 2013:33.6 Herskowitz; Gabriela Martínez; 11 x 17 in.; image: 8 x 12 in. Gift of of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. 2013:36.12 Louis Bunce, American, 1907–1983. Katharine Meehan; Friar David Robert von Sternberg. 2014:13.2 Reynold Weidenaar, American, 2014:2.2 Abstract drawing, June 28, 1948, Marlboro Arrow, 1973. Collage on Orique; Doris and Thomas Payne; 1915–1985. Cathedral Repairs, 1949. Norris Geyser Basin, 2006. Digital 1948. Ink on paper, 20 x 16 in. Gift of Untitled, n.d. Papercut. Gift of the paper, 10 3/8 x 13 1/8 in. Gift of Violet Monique Rodrigues Balbuena; Mezzotint, sheet: 11 ¾ x 8 7/8 in.; plate: print, sheet: 13 x 19 in.; image: Eiko Politz. 2013:16.7 Judith and Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.31 Ray. 2013:36.13 Matthew Rosenbaum and Julie Weise; 9 x 7 in. Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol 11 x 16 1/2 in. Gift of Robert von Marsha Weisiger; J. Eduardo Wolf; Steichen Dumond. 2014:11.25 Daniel Machuca, Mexican, b. 1938. Untitled, n.d. Drawing and Hanes Gam-Bit, 1968. Collage on Sternberg. 2014:13.3 and matching funds from the Jordan Recto: Grotesque; Verso: Grotesque, watercolor. Gift of the Judith and paper, 10 3/16 x 13 3/16 in. Gift of Violet Unloading the Dowry, 1945. Etching, Schnitzer Museum of Art. 2014:25.1 Kara Walker, American, b. 1969. 1964. Ink drawing, framed: 20 x 26 in. Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.32 Ray. 2013:36.14 sheet: 5 x 6 1/2 in.; plate: 2 ¾ x 3 ¼ in. no world, Edition XXII/XXV, 2010. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Margaret Gift of Dr. Don E. and Carol Steichen Etching with aquatint, sugar-lift, Leary. 2013:38.30 Dumond. 2014:11.26 34 35

Alexander Rodchenko, Russian, John Chamberlain, American, 1927– Unknown, (Gur-speaking peoples, Persistence, 1960–62. Wood, black Incoming Loans panel, 15 x 10 in. Anonymous Loan. 1891–1956. Portrait of Vladimir 2011. Untitled [sculpture-teal enamel], possibly Frafra Ghana or Burkina walnut, 98 x 36 x 26 in. Gift of L2013:43.2 Mayakovsky, Posthumous print from n.d. Painted torch-cut steel, 7 x 7 1/8 x Faso). Storage Container, mid-late 20th the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. AKISATO Ritō, Japanese, (fl. 1780– Walton Ford, American, b. 1960. negative dated 1924. Black-and-white 5 1/2 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach century. Terracotta and slip, overall: 2014:2.29 1814). Pictorial Guide to Famous The Tigress, 2013. Watercolor and photograph, image: 7 ¼ x 4 ¾ in. Gift Estate. 2014:2.19 22 1/2 x 20 in. Gift of Keith Achepohl. Places on the Tōkaidō (Tōkaidō Untitled, n.d. Paper board, 24 1/2 x gouache on paper, 60 x 120 in. of Sherwin Simmons. 2013:34.2 2013:29.2 meisho zue), vol. 6, Japanese; Edo Easton Clarkson, American, b. 1945. 11 1/2 x 14 1/2 in.; 25 1/2 x 12 x 13 in. Gift period, 1797. One of a set of six Private Collection. L2013:169.1 Self Portrait, Posthumous print from Unknown, Dan; Sapa; Mano. Water of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. Her Verse, Eddied With Emotion, 1999. thread‑bound woodblock‑printed FUJIWARA Kyosuke, Japanese, b. negative dated 1924. Black-and-white Container, early/mid–20th century. 2014:2.30a,b Carrara marble, 20 x 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. Gift books; ink on paper, 10 1/2 x 7 in. Loan 1939. Spouted Bowl, Shōwa period photograph, image: 4 ¾ x 6 in. Gift of of Easton Clarkson. 2014:6.1 Terracotta and wire, overall: 15 1/2 Untitled, n.d. Paper board, 23 1/2 x 16 from University of Oregon Library (1926–1989). Bizen ware; stoneware Sherwin Simmons. 2013:34.3 x 19 1/2 in. Gift of Keith Achepohl. x 16 3/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Special Collections. L2014:2.1 with natural ash glaze, approx. 3 1/2 x Sphinx and Child, 1991. Italian 2013:29.3 Ishmael Rodriguez, Cuban, b. 1962. Statuario marble, 21 x 24 x 12 in. Gift Zach Estate. 2014:2.4 Diane Arbus, American, 1923–1971. 9 in. Anonymous Loan. L2012:68.7 Untitled—de la serie Burlesk 2011– of Easton Clarkson. Unknown, Igbo. Water or Palm Wine 2014:6.2 Lady, ca. 1995. Painted steel, approx. Identical Twins Cathleen (l) and , Swiss, 1901– 2012, 2013. Silver gelatin print, 14 x 18 Container (Iti or Udu), mid-late 20th 168 x 72 x 60 in. Gift of the Mark Colleen, Roselle, N.J., 1966. Gelatin 66. Buste d’Annette IV, ed. 5/6, in. Purchase Supported by the Ford Ann Hamilton, American, b. 1956. century. Terracotta, overall: 14 1/2 Sponenburgh Estate. 2014:5.1 silver print, 15 x 14 ¾ in. Private Conceived in 1962 and cast in Contemporary Art Fund. 2013:14.1 Signal, 2010. Archival pigment print x 10 1/2 in. Gift of Keith Achepohl. Collection. L2013:138.1 1963. Bronze, Height: 23 in. Private on newsprint and metal, 45 x 67 x 3 2013:29.4 Untitled—de la serie Burlesk 2011– in. Purchased with Funds from the Mexican dwarf in his hotel room in Collection. L2014:50.1 2012, 2013. Silver gelatin print, 14 x 18 Margo Ramsing Bequest. 2013:41.1 Unknown, Babessi. Man’s Wash N.Y.C., 1970. Gelatin silver print, 16 x Mark Grotjahn, American, b. 1968. in. Purchase Supported by the Ford Basin (intieko), mid-late 20th century. 20 in. Private Collection. L2013:138.2 Mel Katz, American, b. 1932. Mica, (10) Untitled (Standard Lotus X Face Contemporary Art Fund. 2013:14.2 Terracotta, overall: 10 1/2 x 17 ¾ in. Gift 44.09), 2012. Oil on cardboard 1986. Formica laminate, 88 x 30 x of Keith Achepohl. 2013:29.5 Jack Dracula, the Marked Man, N.Y.C., 9 in. Van Duyn Art Museum Fund 1961. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 in. mounted on , 73 1/2 x 53 in. Textiles Purchase. 2014:24.1 Peter Voulkos, American, 1924– Private Collection. L2013:138.3 Private Collection. L2013:173.1 Judith Poxson Fawkes, American, 2002. Untitled, n.d. Ceramic, 14 Untitled (Rain and Dressed 15% Cynthia Lahti, American, b. 1963. A Jewish giant at home with his b. 1941. Calendar, 2010. Linen x 8 1/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Russian Jungle Face 45.08), 2012. Oil White , 2013. Ceramic, paper, parents in the Bronx, N.Y., 1970. double weave tapestry, 36 x 43 1/2 in. Zach Estate. 2014:2.23 on cardboard mounted on linen, wood and steel, 13 1/2 x 6 x 6 in. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 in. Private Purchased with funds from The Ford 108 1/2 x 73 ¼ in. Private Collection. Purchased with funds from the Jan Zach, American, 1914–1986, Collection. L2013:138.4 Family Foundation. 2013:12.1 L2014:12.1 Oregon Arts Commission. 2014:16.1 b. Czechoslovakia. Untitled, n.d. Jean‑Michel Basquiat, American, Jo Hamilton, American, b. 1972. Stainless steel, 7 ¼ x 9 x 9 in. Gift Untitled (Orange Eye Leopard Tree Queen Lucy, 2011. Soda fired 1960–1988. Ribs Ribs, 1982. Oilstick Illegal Alien, 2014. Mixed crochet of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. Fallen and Hiding Pussy Face), 2013. ceramic, wood and paint, 18 x 9 13 on paper, 97 x 95 ¾ in. Private , overall: 48 x 25 1/2 in. (including 2014:2.20 Oil on cardboard mounted on linen, in. Purchased with funds from the Collection, Los Angeles. L2013:142.2 fringe). Gift of Peter Buck and Chloe 91 ¼ x 50 1/2 in. Collection of Steven F. Van Duyn Acquisition Endowment Untitled, n . d . Glazed stoneware, 8 1/8 Johnson. 2014:4.1 x 4 1/8 x 4 1/8 in. Gift of the Judith and , French; Amer- Roth. L2014:28.1 Fund. 2014:16.2 ican, 1911–2010. Untitled, ed. 3/8, Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.22 Alfred H. and Henry Mills Alden 2001. Bronze with silver nitrate George Laisner, American; Czech, Guernsey, American. Harper’s Sculpture and Three-dimensional Untitled, n . d . Stoneware, 8 ¼ x 6 1/2 patina, 1st: 7 x 5 ¾ x 5 in. 2nd: 10 1/2 x 1914–84. Unknown title, n.d. fused Pictorial History of the Civil War, Works x 5 1/2 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan 8 x 6 1/2 in. 3rd: 12 1/2 x 8 x 6 in. Private glass, framed: 21 ¾ x 17 in.; art: 8 x Published c.1866 by McDonnell, Carlos Castro Arias, Colombian, 6 1/16 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.24 Collection. L2014:26.1a‑c b. 1976. Risus Sativus, 2011. . Printed Volume, 16 1/2 x Zach Estate. 2014:2.18 Untitled, n . d . Opalescent glass, 14 x Multimedia, wood, knives, overall: Marc Chagall, French, 1887–1985. 11 7/8 in. University of Oregon Library 3 ¾ x 3 1/8 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan 60 1/2 x 20 1/2 x 26 in. Museum Hilda Morris, American, 1911–91. Untitled, 1981. Color lithograph, Special Collections. L2013:181.1 Zach Estate. 2014:2.25 framed: 23 x 18 in. Private Collection. purchase with funds from the Unknown title, n.d. Steel, 13 x Harper’s Pictorial History of the Great L2014:10.1 Ramsing Estate. 2013:40.1 10 in. Donated by the Asian Art Untitled, n.d. Polished stainless steel Rebellion, Published 1866–68 by Coordinating Council in memory of sheet, 23 ¼ x 40 x 14 ¼ in. Gift of the Marcellus Coffermans, Flemish, Roger Bolomey, American, 1914– Harper & Bro., New York. Printed Dr. Jeanne S. Phillips. 2014:1.3 Judith and Jan Zach Estate. 2014:2.26 1549–78. The Adoration of the 1986. Untitled, 1974. Wood, 8 x 5 x Volume, 16 1/2 x 11 7/8 in. University of Shepherds, 16th century. Oil on panel, 5 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Mark Sponenburgh, American, Untitled, n.d. Wood (vert. laminated Oregon Library Special Collections. 35 x 24 1/2 in. Anonymous Loan. Estate. 2014:2.21 1916–2012. Perpetua, 1995–96. 1 x boards), 73 ¾ x 14 1/2 x 13 in. Gift L2013:181.2 L2013:43.1 Bronze, 20 ¼ x 17 x 13 1/2 in. Gift of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. Christine Bourdette, American, b. Wade Guyton, American, b. 1972. of the Mark Sponenburgh Estate. 2014:2.27 Oscar Domínguez, Spanish, 1906– 1952. Identification, 2005. Chrome Untitled, 2007. Epson Ultra Chrome 2014:5.2 1957. Retrato de Roma (Portrait of inkjet print, 84 x 69 in. Private plated wood and resin, diameter: 44 Untitled, n.d. Wood (horiz. laminated Roma), 1933. Oil on canvas, 47 5/8 x 35 Collection. L2013:199.1 in. Purchased with funds from the Unknown, Ait Ouarain. Milk Jug 1x boards), 24 ¼ x 51 1/2 x 10. Gift in. Anonymous Loan. L2014:19.1 Oregon Arts Commission and the or Butter Churn (Chkoua), early/ of the Judith and Jan Zach Estate. Rachel Harrison, American, b. 1966. Van Duyn Acquisition Endowment mid–20th century. Terracotta and 2014:2.28 Circle of Lucas Cranach the Elder, Untitled, 2012. Colored pencil on Fund. 2014:22.1 pigment, overall: 20 x 23 in. Gift of German, 1472–1553. The Virgin and paper, 22 3/8 x 27 7/8 x 1 1/2 in. Private Keith Achepohl. 2013:29.1 Child with St. Anne, 1472–1533. Oil on Collection. L2014:13.1 36 37

Auguste Herbin, French, 1882–1960. ŌE Minosuke, Japanese, 1907–97. in. On loan from Ken McClain & Maria It’s a Hit! Backstage Chutes & Ladders approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee approx. 15 x 35 in. (unmatted) Les Joueurs de Boules no. 1; (The Boules Bunraku‑ningyō of a Sanbasō Dancer, Bolaños‑McClain. L2013:94.1 (Ōatari gakuya sugoroku), & Mary Jean Michels Collection. combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels Players, no. 1), 1923. Oil on canvas, Shōwa period (1926–1989), 1935. (1615–1868), second month of L2013:158.14 Collection. L2013:158.5a‑c SHIMAOKA Tatsuzō, Japanese, 44 7/8 x 57 1/2 in. Anonymous Loan. Wood, silk, bamboo, height: 23 in. 1856. Ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed 1919–2007. Bancha Teapot and Illustrated Excerpts from Kyōgen UTAGAWA Hiroshige 2 (Shigenobu), L2014:19.2 Loan courtesy of Susan Goldberg. ōban pentaptych; ink and color on Teacups with Design of Stylized Floral Records (Eiri kyōgen shūi), vol. 1, Edo Japanese, 1829–69. Saruwaka‑chō L2013:180.2 paper, approx. 26 x 35 in. (unmatted) ICHIEISAI Yoshitsuya, Japanese, Medallions, Shōwa period (1926–89), period (1615–1868), reprinted before in the Eastern Capital (Tōto combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels 1822–1866. Actors from the Three , Spanish, 1881–1973. 1980. Stoneware with polychrome 1848 (originally published 1730). Saruwaka‑chō), from the series One Collection. L2013:158.19a–e Troupes as Various Kites (Sanshibai L’Écuyére (The Horsewoman), 1960. glaze, Teapot approx. 4 1/2 x 4 x 6 in.; Woodblock‑printed book; ink and Hundred Views of Famous Spots in mitate tako zukushi), Edo period Lithograph on paper, approx. 21 x each of 6 teacups approx. 2 1/2 x 3 in. TSUKIOKA Kōgyo, Japanese, color on paper, 4 ¼ x 11 1/2 in. (open); All the Provinces (Shokoku meisho (1615–1868), 1862. Ukiyo‑e 27 in. Courtesy of Dr. Robert and Anonymous Loan. L2012:68.2 1869–1927. Futari Shizuka (The 4 ¼ x 5 ¾ in. (closed). Loan from hyakkei), Edo period (1615–1868), woodblock print in vertical ōban Margaret Leary. L2013:3.65 Dancing Shizukas), from the series University of Oregon Library Special 1859. Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in Square Bottle with Abstract Design, format; ink and color on paper, Pictures of Nō Performances (Nōgaku Collections. L2013:159.2 vertical ōban format; ink and color on Josep Renau, Spanish, 1907–82. Shōwa period (1926–1989), 1990. approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee zue), Meiji period (1868–1912), paper, approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Stoneware with polychrome glaze, Female Samurai Tomoe Gozen in & Mary Jean Michels Collection. Nueva Cultura; publisher: Vaduz, 1898. Woodblock print in horizontal Lee & Mary Jean Michels Collection. approx. 10 x 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. Anonymous Mortal Combat with Onda no Hachiro L2013:158.9 Liechtenstein, Topos Verlag, 1977, año ōban format; ink and color on L2013:158.17 Loan. L2012:68.3 Moroshige, Edo (Tokugawa) period [1]–3; enero 1935–agosto/oct. 1937. paper, approx. 10 x 15 in. (paper). KATSUSHIKA Hokusai, Japanese, (1615–1868), 17th century(?). Hanging UTAGAWA Kunisada (Toyokuni Bound periodical. Loan courtesy of Square Bottle with Design of Stylized Anonymous Loan. L2013:153.1 1760–1849. Random Sketches by scroll; ink, color and gold on paper, 3), Japanese, 1786–1865. Actor the Architecture & Allied Arts Library. Floral Medallions, Shōwa period Hokusai (Hokusai manga) vol. 2, Motomezuka (The Tomb of a 56 x 33 1/2 in. (image); 117 x 38 1/2 Matsumoto Kōshirō 5th as Nikki L2013:144.1 (1926–1989), circa 1970. Stoneware Meiji period (1868–1912) (originally Maiden), from the series One Hundred in. (full scroll including hanging Danjōzaemon in the play Precious with polychrome glaze, approx. 10 published Edo period [1615–1868], Sterling Ruby, American, b. 1972. Nō Dramas (Nōgaku hyakuban), system). Loan from Jay & Tina Lamb in Incense and the Bush Clover of x 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. Anonymous Loan. 1814). Woodblock‑printed book; ink SP136, 2010. Spray paint on canvas, Taishō period (1912–26), 1922–26. memory of Harry & Jean Rubenstein. Sendai (Meiboku sendai hagi), Edo L2012:68.4 and light color on paper, 9 1/2 x 11 in. 96 x 84 in. Private Collection, Los Woodblock print in vertical ōban L2013:16.1 period (1615–1868), 1863. Ukiyo‑e (open); 9 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. (closed). Loan Angeles. L2013:166.1 Plate with Design of Stylized Floral format; ink and color on paper, woodblock print in vertical ōban Bunraku‑ningyō of Princess Yaegaki from University of Oregon Library Medallions, Shōwa period (1926– approx. 15 x 10 in. (paper). Lee format; ink and color on paper, BC (4642), 2013. Fabric, glue, paint, (Yaegaki hime), Meiji period (1868– Special Collections. L2013:159.1 1989), circa 1980–1990. Stoneware & Mary Jean Michels Collection. approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee bleached canvas on panel, 126 x 96 x 1912), circa 1900. Wood, silk, bamboo, with polychrome glaze, approx. 1 1/2 x L2013:153.2 & Mary Jean Michels Collection. Tamara Lempicka, Polish, 1898– 2 in. Private Collection. L2014:13.2 height: 31 in. Loan courtesy of Susan 8 in. Anonymous Loan. L2012:68.5 L2013:158.11 1980. La Chemise Rose II, 1928. Oil on Kay Sage, American, 1898–1963. TSUKIOKA Yoshitoshi, Japanese, Goldberg. L2013:180.1 panel, 16 ¼ x 13 in. Anonymous Loan. Frank Stella, American, b. 1936. 1839–1892. Good Actor (Jōtō no haiyū Actors Iwai Shijaku 1st and Iwai I Walk Without Echo, 1940. Oil on Bunraku‑ningyō of a Princess (Princess L2014:19.3 Agadir II, 1964. Alkyd on canvas, 77 x [top]) and Bad Actor (Karō no yakusha Kumesaburō 2nd(?) Holding canvas, 25 ¼ x 21 1/8 in. Collection of Shizuka?), Shōwa period (1926– 77 in. Private Collection. L2013:195.1 [bottom]), from the series Lessons Printed Portraits of One Another Nate Lowman, American, b. 1979. Andrew S. Teufel. L2013:194.1 89), early 20th century. Wood, silk, in Good and Evil Through Pictures Beneath Cherry Trees, Edo period Orange Proxima, 2005. Silkscreen Rudolf Stingel, Italian, b. 1956. bamboo, H: 23 1/2 in. Loan courtesy of SEKINO Jun’ichirō, Japanese, (Kyōkun ’aku zukai), Meiji period (1615–1868), circa 1825. Ukiyo‑e on canvas, 37 1/2 x 36 in. Private Untitled, 1989. Oil and enamel Susan Goldberg. L2013:180.3 1914–88. Bunraku Puppeteer (1868–1912), 1880. Two ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed vertical ōban Collection. L2013:193.1 on canvas, 65 5/8 x 44 in. Private [catalogue raisonné title: Bungorō on woodblock prints in horizontal Cuando una mujer avanza, no hay diptych(?); ink and color on paper, Collection, Los Angeles. L2013:142.1 MAKI Haku, Japanese, 1924–2000. Stage], Shōwa period (1926–1989), chūban format (cut from original hombre que la detenga (When a approx. 15 x 21 in. (unmatted) Work Mu‑2, Shōwa period (1926–89), 1953. Sōsaku hanga woodblock TAKAHASHI Rokusai, Japanese, vertical ōban sheet); ink and color on woman advances, no man can detain combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels 1970. Sōsaku hanga woodblock print; ink and color on paper, edition b. 1925. Square Footed Dish with paper, approx. 16 x 10 in. (unmatted) her), 2013. Woodblock print; ink Collection. L2013:158.15a‑b print, ink and embossing on paper, 86/100, 28 x 36 in. (paper). Loan Abstract Design, Shōwa period (1926– combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels on paper. Loan courtesy Mónica Actor Sawamura Tossho 2nd as Enya edition 33/50, 28 1/2 x 22 in. (framed). courtesy Fairbanks Gallery Fine Arts 1989). Shigaraki ware; stoneware with Collection. L2013:158.8a‑b Careaga‑Houck. L2013:187.1 Hangan Takasada, from the series Anonymous Loan. L2012:68.1 Collection, Oregon State University green glaze, approx. 2 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 Hōjō Takatoki, Lord of Sagami UTAGAWA Hiroshige, Japanese, Mirrors for Collage Pictures in the 65.2 (inventory number 153745). in. Anonymous Loan. L2012:68.6 Joan Miro, Catalan‑Spanish, L2013:157.1 (Sagaminokami Hōjō Takatoki), from 1797–1858. Rehearsals for Amateur Modern (Imayō oshi‑e kagami), 1893–1983. Femme, Oiseau, 1972. James Tissot, French, 1836–1902. A the series Yoshitoshi’s Incomparable Theatricals (Shirōto chaban Edo period (1615–1868), 1859. Oil on canvas, 35 x 51 7/8 in. Private Eizō and Matsuomaru, Shōwa period Fête Day at Brighton, Oil on canvas, Warriors (Yoshitoshi mushaburui), shitageiko), Edo period (1615–1868). Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in vertical Collection. L2014:48.1 (1926–89), 1953. Sōsaku hanga 34 x 21 ¾ in. Anonymous Loan. Meiji period (1868–1912), 1883. Ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed vertical ōban format; ink and color on paper, woodblock print; ink and color on L2014:19.4 Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in vertical ōban diptych; ink and color on approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee NAKAMURA Tekisai, Japanese, paper, artist’s trial proof, 28 x 36 in. ōban format; ink and color on paper, paper, approx. 15 x 21 in. (unmatted) & Mary Jean Michels Collection. (1629–1702). Pictorial Encyclopedia , Japanese, (paper). Loan courtesy Fairbanks approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels L2013:158.16 (Kashiragaki zōho Kinmō zui), vol. 1835–1900. Scribbling on the Gallery Fine Arts Collection, Oregon Anonymous Loan. L2013:176.1 Collection. L2013:158.1a–b 10, Japanese; Edo period, 1829. Storehouse Wall (Kabe no mudagaki), Part One: The Pawnshop Scene from State University 65.3 (inventory One of a set of six thread‑bound Edo (Tokugawa) period (1615–1868), Unknown, Japanese. Memorial Ichimura Theater, from the series Osome and Hisamatsu: Paired Pines by number 143791). L2013:157.2 woodblock‑printed books; ink 1867. Ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed Portrait (Shini‑e) of Actor Ichikawa Pictures of the Prosperity of the Eastern the Gate (Shinpan, Osome Hisamatsu, on paper, 9 x 6 ¼ in. Loan from Bunraku Dolls Puppet Show, Shōwa horizontal ōban diptych; ink and Danjūrō 8th as a Buddhist Pilgrim, Edo Capital (Tōto han’ei no zu), Edo Imose no kadomatsu, jō, Shichimise no University of Oregon Library Special period (1926–89), 1960. Sōsaku color on paper, 20 ¼ x 26 ¼ in. period (1615–1868), 1854. Ukiyo‑e period (1615–1868), 1854. Ukiyo‑e dan), from an untitled series of Jōruri Collections. L2014:2.2 hanga woodblock print; ink and color (framed). Lee & Mary Jean Michels woodblock print in vertical ōban woodblock‑printed vertical ōban Libretti, Edo period (1615–1868), on paper, edition 52/100, 20 ¼ x 36 ¼ Collection. L2013:15.16a–b format; ink and color on paper, triptych; ink and color on paper, circa early 1830s. Ukiyo‑e woodblock 38 39 print in vertical ōban format; ink and His Wife Otoku (Ukiyo Matabei Nyōbō O. Golubev, Russian. Tsar Sultan, Tolmachev, Russian. Princess Frog Outgoing Loans Conservation Activity color on paper, approx. 15 x 10 in. Otoku), Edo period (1615–1868), 1984. Tempera on papier maché, 6 ¼ Fairytale, 1984. Oil on papier maché, (unmatted). Lee & Mary Jean Michels 1848(?). Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in in. diameter. 2014:3.12 1 1/2 x 3 x 1 1/2 in. 2014:3.10 Lent to the , IMLS-funded Condition Survey of Collection. L2013:158.18 vertical ōban format; ink and color on The University of Chicago, Illinois, Asian Textiles and Paintings: I. Goryacheva, Russian. Firebird and Unknown, Russian. Troi(y)ka, c. 1980. paper, approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). January–July 2014 for the exhibition Backstage with the Dancer Types (Odori Prince Ivan, 1984. Oil on papier maché, Tempera on papier maché, 1 1/2 x 4 7/8 x Through the support of the Institute Lee & Mary Jean Michels Collection. Performing Images: Opera in Chinese keiyō gakuya no zu [upper]) / To the 2 3/8 x 3 x 2 in. 2014:3.9 2 7/8 in. 2014:3.17 for Museum and Library Services L2013:158.7 Visual Culture (IMLS), the JSMA has just completed Second Floor with the Dancer Types Gromov, Russian. Snegurochka (Snow a two-year survey of our collections (Odori keiyō nikai‑iri no zu [lower]), Edo UTAGAWA Toyokuni, Japanese, Aleyonushka, c. 1980. Tempera Anonymous, Chinese. Chinese Princess), 1983. Tempera on papier of Asian textiles and paintings. period (1615–1868), second month 1769–1825. Interior view of the on papier maché, 1 ¼ x 2 ¼ x 1 in. Woman’s Nonofficial Formal Coat, maché, 5 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 5/8 in. 2014:3.20 Those 1,750 items were examined Nakamura Theater (Nakamuraza naigai 2014:3.23 Qing dynasty (1644–1912), 1875– of 1856. Ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed by professional conservators with no zu, uchi), Edo period (1615–1868), K…Unknown, Russian. Repunzel, 1900. Silk tapestry patterned with silk vertical ōban hexaptych; ink and Untitled, c. 1980. Tempera on papier the goal of documenting their 1805. Ukiyo‑e woodblock‑printed and goldwrapped thread, 37 x 68 in. color on paper, approx. 31 x 35 1982. Oil on papier maché, 1 1/2 x 3 x condition. Thank you to our textile maché, 3 ¼ x 2 5/8 in. 2014:3.24 Murray Warner Collection of Oriental in. (unmatted) combined. Lee vertical ōban triptych (top half of 1 1/2 in. 2014:3.7 conservator Beth Szuhay and Asian & Mary Jean Michels Collection. a hextaptych); ink and color on Art. MWCH45:11 Kharcheva, Russian. Flying Ship, c. Untitled, c. 1980. Tempera on papier painting conservators Tomokatsu paper, approx. 15 x 35 in. (unmatted) L2013:158.2a‑f 1980. Tempera on papier maché, 2 1/2 maché, 7/8 x 1 ¼ x 1 1/8 in. 2014:3.25 Kawazu and Tanya Uyeda, as well as combined. Lee & Mary Jean Michels our staff, students and volunteers for View of the Dressing Rooms of the diameter. 2014:3.21 Lent to the Portland Art Museum, Collection. L2013:158.6a‑c Untitled, c. 1980. Tempera on papier Oregon, September 2013 – their diligent and meticulous work. Nakamura Theater, Edo period Kosterina, Russian. Firebird, 1983. maché, 1/8 x 1 ¼ x 2 1/8 in. 2014:3.26 , Japanese, February 2014 for the exhibition The information gathered in this (1615–1868), 1812. Ukiyo‑e Tempera on papier maché, 6 ¼ x 2 ¾ x 1833–1904. Picture‑Book Store Contemporary Northwest Art Awards survey provides the foundation for a woodblock‑printed vertical ōban 1 ¼ in. 2014:3.22 Zimin, Russian. Prince Elesey, 1982. (Ezōshi mise), from the series Souvenirs long-term preservation plan that will triptych; ink and color on paper, Tempera on papier maché, 4 ¾ x 4 ¾ Isaac Layman, American. Untitled involve conservation and rehousing of Edo (Edo miyage no uchi), Edo Koualev, Russian. Copy of “Lark’s 15 x 35 in. Lee & Mary Jean Michels x 2 in. 2014:3.13 (blue/depth ice cube tray), 2011 of the collections and improve period (1615–1868), 1861(?). Ukiyo‑e Collection. L2013:201.1a–c Returning,” 1984. Oil on papier maché, (printed 2012). Archival inkjet print, academic and research access. woodblock print in vertical ōban 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 x 2 in. 2014:3.1 95 x 59 in. Purchased with Funds , Japanese, format; ink and color on paper, Kustch, Russian. Fairy-Tale of Tsar- from the Patricia Noyes Harris 1797–1861. Actor Nakamura Shikan approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee Bequest. 2012:5.1 2nd as Ohatsu with Three Kuroko in the & Mary Jean Michels Collection. Sultan, 1983. Oil on papier maché, 5 1/2 play Ancient Print of Mirror L2013:158.3 x 7 x 3 in. 2014:3.4 Untitled (blue/black ice cube tray), Mountain (Kagamiyama kokyō no Nikanov, Russian. Fight of Peresveat 2011 (printed 2012). Archival inkjet nishiki‑e), Edo period (1615–1868), UTAGAWA Yoshikazu, Japanese, print, 95 x 59 in. Purchased with active circa 1850–70. Actors’ Wigs and Khatchebei, c. 1980. Tempera 1832. Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in on papier maché, 5 1/2 x 4 x 2 3/8 in. Funds from the Patricia Noyes Harris vertical ōban format; ink and color on (Shinban katsura‑e), Edo period (1615– Bequest. 2012:5.2 1868), (?). Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in 2014:3.14 paper, approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). vertical ōban format; ink and color on Lee & Mary Jean Michels Collection. Nikolaeva, Russian. Bear Hunt, 1983. paper, approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). L2013:158.10 Tempera on papier maché, 8 x 4 x 1 1/2 Lee & Mary Jean Michels Collection. in. 2014:3.16 Actor Ichikawa Danjūrō 8th as L2013:158.4 Narukami Shōnin in the play Narukami, Nebukhina P., Russian. Dobreeniy , Dutch, 1853–90. Edo period (1615–1868), 1851. Nikititch and Bakhtiyar the Hun, c. L’Homme est en Mer; (The Man is at Ukiyo‑e woodblock print in vertical 1980. Tempera on papier maché, 3 1/2 x Sea), 1889. Oil on canvas, 26 x 20 in. ōban format; ink and color on paper, 2 ¼ x 1 ¼ in. 2014:3.18 Anonymous Loan. L2014:19.5 approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee Pakhomova, Russian. Winter Troi(y)ka, & Mary Jean Michels Collection. XU Xinrong, Chinese, b. 1959. 1984. Oil on papier maché, 6 1/2 x 4 x L2013:158.12 Suzhou, 2006. Hanging scroll; ink and 2 ¼ in. 2014:3.2 color on paper, Dimensions: 70 x 28 ¼ Large Fan Bearing an Image of Actor in. (32” to dowel ends). Loan from the Sheinovskiy, Russian. Humpback Nakamura Fukusatsu I (later Nakamura Lijin Collection. L2013:17. Horse (Dwarf Horse and Firebird), 1979. Shikan IV) as Kumagai Jirō Naozane, Tempera on papier maché, 6 x 5 x 1 1/2 Edo period (1615–1868), 1854 (5th in. 2014:3.19 month). Left half of an ukiyo‑e Russian Lacquer Boxes: Promised woodblock‑printed vertical ōban Gifts of Dr. James D. Van Horne Sivyakov, Russian. Sadko, 1979. Tempera on papier maché, 7 1/2 x 12 in. diptych; ink and color on paper, Russian. Unknown, 1981 or 1987. Oil 2014:3.15 approx. 15 x 10 in. (unmatted). Lee on papier maché, 6 1/3 x 4 ¼ x 2 in. & Mary Jean Michels Collection. 2014:3.6 Talenev, Russian. Zhostovo, 1980. L2013:158.13 Oil on papier maché, 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 2 in. S. Chistov, Russian. Autumn, 1983. 2014:3.3 Actors Nakamura Utaemon 4th as Oil on papier maché, 5 x 3 1/16 x 1 ¾ in. Ukiyo Matabei and Onoe Kikujirō 2nd as 2014:3.5 40 41

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Randall Tosh Allyn and Cheryl Ford Contemporary Dean and Lucille McKenzie ’78 Nancy Martin Phyllis Helland and Cecilia Rosenow ’02 Diane and Clifford Trolin Art Acquisitions Endowment Fund Aileen ’41 and Arthur McNett ’43 Gabriela Martínez Raymond Morse ’85 Vicki ’71 and Larry Ross ’68 Barbara Truax ’68 Cheryl and Allyn Ford Educational Alan K. and Ellen Newberg ’69 Beth & Frederick Maurer Twinkle Morton ’78 Frank Rossini ’74 Joan Truckenbrod Outreach Endowment Fund in the Hattie Mae Nixon ’61 Yoko McClain Memorial Fund Sarah Moseley Sheila Roth Ann ’61 and Harold Tryk ’63 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Hope Hughes Pressman ’42 Dr. John P.* & Ethel Reeves MacKinnon Sadie and William Moser Karen ’94 and Nicholas Russo Anne Tunzi William A. Haseltine Endowment Michael R.’62 and Nancy Oft Rose ’68 Steven L. Merrill Family Foundation Madonna Moss Janice Rutherford ’63 Eugenia ’70 and Robert Van Iderstine Fund Chris A. and Christine D. 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Powanda, Ph.D Barry Andersen Howard Newman ’84 Richard Spanswick Janice and James Ward Endowment Fund The Estate of Margo Ramsing Frank & Dorothy Anderson Sally ’57 and Herbert Nill ’51 Linda Schaefers ’69 Naomi and Gerald Wasserburg Max and Hattie Mae Nixon Endowed Rolando Rojas Ina Asim Nils & Joyce Norman Revocable Living Tina Schrager Elizabeth Naylor and James Watson ’91 Fund for the Jordan Schnitzer Eva Safar Trust Nancy and Gerald Schwecke Gerald Webking ’64 Museum of Art Erin Beck Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Kate and Greg Noah Denise and Larry Scott Margaret and Daniel Weill Amanda Snyder Endowment Fund Carol & Marvin Berkman Fund Academic Support Grants LaVena and Michael Nohrenberg Leslie Scott ’88 and Charles Lefevre ’90 Sandra Weingarten Soreng Museum of Art Internship Dr. & Mrs. Irwin R. Berman Paul Semonin aka Violet Ray Joyce Norman Elizabeth and Charles Search, Jr. Julie Weise and Matthew Rosenbaum Endowment Fund James Earl and Louise Bishop Sherwin Simmons Charlotte Oien Stephanie ’80 and Douglas Sears ’69 Marsha Weisiger Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Peter Buck and Chloe Johnson The Estate of Mark Sponenburgh Mary Glass O’Leary ’55 and Jay O’Leary Karen Seidel Mary Weldon and David Smith Operating Endowment Fund Easton Clarkson Lynn Stephen Eleanor Orr Anuncia Escala ’93 and Bradley Welt ’83 University of Oregon Museum of Art Darryl Curran Robert von Sternberg Suzanne Ortiz and John Criscitiello Paul Semonin ’94 Elizabeth and Louis Wenzl ’68 Endowment Fund Dr. Don E. & Carol Steichen Dumond Michael Stone Laramie ’83 and Theodore Palmer Marsha and Steven Shankman MaryEllen West ’53 The Estate of Kenneth Van Duyn Rev. Taitetsu Unno Cathy Barnes and Donald Pate Kathleen Shelley ’49 Kathi Wiederhold ’76 and Dick Easley and H-P Lin Andy Warhol Foundation for Mary Beth and Remy Pattyn Ellen Singer Kent Howe ’78 East Asian Languages and Literatures the Visual Arts Kenneth Paul Lawrence Siskind ’09 Lee and Ray Wiley Department Mary Ellen West Doris and Thomas Payne Becky and Rodney Slade ’76 Jerold Williams ’53 Alice Evans Ron Williamson & Linda Jensen Lura ’92 and John Pierce Sara and Oliver Snowden III ’90 Ron Williamson Jim & Colleen Fitzgibbons The Estate of Jan Zach

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Gifts in honor of Professor Carlos Business Alliance of Eugene (ABAE), Korean National Research Institute Aguirre and his extraordinary Arts Umbrella, Big Little School, of Cultural Heritage ($24,314): service to the Latin American Black Student Union, Boys & Girls conservation of Korean works in TEMPORARY STAFF Collections/Curatorial Studies Program at the University Club of Western Lane County, Buena collection Administration Helen Blackmore of Oregon: Vista Elementary School, City of Jake Hutchins National Museum of Korea Staff & Volunteers Bry Engle Ina Asim Eugene Police Department, Cinema Lindsay Keast ($36,000): publication of a Temp/Financial Services Erin Beck Pacific, Confucius Institute, Corridor Meredith Lancaster handbook of selected Korean art Han Zhu Assistant Carson & June Black School, DisOrient Film Festival, STAFF Jackie Meade The Duck Store, Edison Elementary from the JSMA collection Assistant Curator of Asian Scott Coltrane & Wendy Wheeler- Administration Collections Care Merrit Thompson School, Edgewood Elementary Art (–June) Coltrane Oregon Arts Commission Art Jill Hartz Paul Baughman Sarah Wyer School, Eugene Mayor’s Art Show, Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel & Acquisition ($9,900): purchase Executive Director Temp/Prep Assistant Eugene Public Library, EWEB Child Communications Education works by Oregon artists Cynthia Samantha Hull Pedro Garcia-Caro Development Center, Flux Magazine, Diane Nelson Allen Edwards Sophie Blum Lahti and Christine Bourdette Administrative Assistant Amalia Gladhart HIV Alliance, Holt International, Museum Design Services Temp/Prep Assistant Mary Campbell (August–) Bryna Goodman Japan-America Society of Oregon, Oregon Arts Commission Arts Build Manager Allison Hyde Matt Christy Jeff Haynes & Sayo Murcia KLCC, Museum of Natural and Communities ($6,700): December Christy McMannis Debbie Williamson-Smith Temp/Prep Assistant Andrea Detweiler Robert Haskett & Stephanie Wood 2014 Family Day (Día de Familia) Financial Services Cultural History at the University of Communications Manager Jody Klingebiel Samantha Keller Coordinator (–February) Collette Lastant Ellen P. Herman & Lynn M. Stephen Oregon, Nearby Nature, Northwest Oregon Arts Commission Arts Temp/Prep Assistant Jill Hartz & Richard Herskowitz Christian University, Oregon Kurt Neugebauer Development Sarah Lester Learning Grant ($10,000): revise Faith Kreskey Gabriela Martinez Chapter of Meeting Professionals Associate Director of Samantha Hull Mary Morgan JSMA teacher resources and Temp/Asian Curatorial and Katharine Meehan International, O’Hara Catholic School, Administration and Administrative Assistant Michele Sinclair develop resources that meet new (August–) Collections Assistant Friar David Orique Oregon Bach Festival, Patterson Exhibitions Katherine Spinella National Standards for the Visual Rachel Oehler Ryan Stefan Doris & Thomas Payne Preschool, Pleasant Hill High School, Elizabeth Weber Tom Jackson Arts, Common Core, and Oregon Mike Stephen Monique Rodrigues Balbuena Spring Creek Elementary, The Interim Financial Services Director of Development Temp/Prep Assistant Visual Arts Standards Noriko Rice Matthew Rosenbaum & Julie Weise Register-Guard, Roosevelt Middle Coordinator (April–) John Riopelle Development Taylor Rikhoff Marsha Weisiger School, Saint Thomas Moore Catholic Oregon Arts Commission Operating Development Program Church, Springfield Neighborhood Collections Chloe Hellberg Kristine Vail J. Eduardo Wolf Support Grant ($10,000) Manager (November– Watch, Travel Lane County, UO Miranda Callander Temp/Development John Whitten Oregon Arts Commission World of June) Alumni Association, University of Registrar Program Manager Sarah Turner Facilities/Event Support Gifts to acquire Order (The Red Oregon Arts and Administration, Work ($27,325): new museum- (August–December ) Joey Capadona GTF Student Membership Christian George Guards) by Xiaoze Xie University of Oregon Recreation based education and outreach Sarah Turner Chief Preparator (August–) President (2013–14) Alfredo Gonzales Center, University of Oregon School internship program for 9th–12th Temp/Development Keith Achepohl Jonathan Smith Bryan Kelly of Journalism, Veneta Elementary grade students Program Manager (July–) Frank and Dorothy Anderson Collections Database Education Trevor Moore School, Western Association of Ina Asim Oregon Cultural Trust ($6,400): Coordinator & Lisa Abia-Smith Judd Smith Convention & Visitors Bureaus, Education Carol and Marvin Berkman Fund development of a comprehensive Photographer Director of Education Jeff Toreson Willamette Christian School, and Summer Knowlton Kenneth Van Duyn Art Museum Fund evaluation tool for visitors and Arthurina Fears Arnold Toriumi Willamalane Park and Recreation Chris White Temp/Tour Coordinator exhibitions Museum Educator for Connor Wingo James Earl and Louise Bishop District. Collections Manager Jim and Colleen Fitzgibbons The Ford Family Foundation Studio Programs Facilities Ken Wymer Michael Forster Curatorial Sharon Kaplan Susan Robinette The JSMA thanks the following ($15,000): catalog for Rick Bartow Monitors Dorothy Iler Frear June Black Museum Educator Temp/Custodian business and individuals for exhibition Diana Avila Joanne Gulsvig Assistant Curator for the in-kind donations: US Bancorp Foundation ($5,000): Arts of the Americas and Facilities and Events Visitor Services Zoey Burger David Herman Marcela Cartagena Bijou Cinemas, Eugene Magazine, December 2013 Family Day Europe Larry Booman Susan Mannheimer Geraldine Leiman Olivia Clingman-White Hop Valley Brewery, KLCC, McKenzie Custodian Temp/Front Desk Staff Ann and Edward Lichtenstein Wells Fargo Foundation ($3,000): Jessi DiTillio Amina Dureti River Broadcasting, Northwest Tim Rake Jerome and Eleanor Maliner expand Thinking Through Art in Assistant Curator of Josh Chadwick Stephanie Dunn Community Credit Union, Oregon Temp/Front Desk Staff Nancy Martin K–12 classrooms Contemporary Art (–May) Building & Design Media Megan Garland Business Magazine, QSL Printing, Manager Beth and Frederick Maurer Anne Rose Kitagawa Mimi Gomalo Christine and Chris A. Smith, and Chief Curator of Jamie Leaf Angelina Hess Steven L. Merrill Family Foundation Sweet Cheeks Winery. Two grants to be used in 2015–16: STUDENT WORKERS, Collections, Curator of Visitor Services & Facility Meghan Hodge Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Lane County Special Tourism Project INTERNS, VOLUNTEERS, Asian Art, & Director of Rental Coordinator Hannah Hynes-Petty Academic Support Grants Grant ($9,000): regional marketing AND PRACTICUM Grants Academic Programs Zach Twardowski Amos Lachman Ron Williamson and Linda Jensen for and the Popul-Vuh STUDENTS Kennedy Center Very Special Arts Danielle Knapp Special Events Assistant Charolette Leveque ($10,000): to support object-based Oregon Arts Commission Cultural McCosh Associate Curator Communications Cindy Luu The JSMA provided in-kind Risk Management Star Patterson art classes for K-12 children with Tourism Grant ($10,000): West Jody Seasonwein Dan Anthony donations to the following Anthony Cranford Jamie Perry developmental, emotional, and Coast marketing for Diego Rivera Senior Curator of Western Stephanie Johnson organizations: Museum Security Admini- Fevean Siyoum physical disabilities and the Popul-Vuh Art (July–) Nick Moler-Gallardo Adelante Sí, ARC of Lane County, strator (September–) Amanda Newell Amanda Wyer Art History Association, Arts and TOTAL: $182,639 Victoria Reis 48

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