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Sarcophagus Fragment with Isis

Sarcophagus Fragment with Isis, Egypt, Late Ptolemaic Period, ca. 100-150 BCE, Gessoed and painted wood (82.433)

King Solomon Making Offerings to the Gods

Frans Francken the Younger, King Solomon Making Offerings to the Gods, before 1616, Oil on panel, (66.9)

Still Life with a Meat Pie, Nautilus Goblet, Silver Plates, and Glassware, Oil on wood panel, 17th Century (2015.7)

Attributed to Cornelis Mahu after Willem Claesz. Heda, Still Life with a Meat Pie, Nautilus Goblet, Silver Plates, and Glassware, Oil on wood panel, 17th Century (2015.7)

William Quinn, Haley's Commet Over Webster Grove, 1986

William Quinn, Haley's Commet Over Webster Grove, 1986, Oil on canvas (88.86)

La Serveuse (The Waitress)

Duilio Barnabé, La Serveuse (The Waitress), ca. 1959-61, Oil on canvas (86.66)

Sash

Sash, Peru; Recuay (ca. 100 BCE – 400 CE), Camelid wool (82.464)

Front Panel from a Child's Sarcophagus

Front Panel from a Child's Sarcophagus, Italy, Roman, ca. CE 190-220, Thasian marble (83.65)

Lawrence Beall Smith, Peanut Stand at the State Fair, Sedalia, Oil on composition board, 1947

Lawrence Beall Smith, Peanut Stand at the State Fair, Sedalia, Oil on composition board, 1947 (2014.102)

The Negro in American History

Philip Reisman, The Negro in American History, Tempera on Masonite Panel, 1934 (2015.13)

Frederic Karoly, Concerto Grosso Fugue by Bloch – Interpretation, oil on canvas, 1959 (65.332)

Frederic Karoly, Concerto Grosso Fugue by Bloch – Interpretation, Oil on canvas, 1959 (65.332)

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Thursday, May 20, 2021 - 2:00pm
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Art of the Book Club Flyer

Art of the Book Club Flyer
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 12:15pm
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