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Maker and role Title Accession number Year Location
Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992 Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992
Costume design for Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute
TL1999.349.1
ca. 1956
Not on view
Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992 Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992
Costume design for Vera Zorina as Persephone in Persephone
TL1999.352
ca. 1968
Not on view
Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992 Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992
Costume designs for the Count and Countess in The Unicorn, the Gorgon, and the Manticore
TL1999.354
1970
Not on view
Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992 Artist: Rouben TerArutunian, American, born Russia (now Georgia), 1920-1992
Costume design for Joan Sutherland in a Bell Telephone Hour Production
TL1999.356
Not on view
Artist: Charles Umlauf, American, 1911-1994 Artist: Charles Umlauf, American, 1911-1994
Reclining Figure II
1960.2
1959
Not on view
Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015 Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015
Maquette for Cabaret
TL2000.1
1993
Not on view
Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015 Artist: Dan Hannon, American, 1934-2015
Maquette for The Mikado
TL2000.4
1984
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Preparing for a War Expedition - Calling for Volunteers from Sketchbook
1962.1.1
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Kiowa Lodge - It is a custom with the Kiowas for each chief to paint his lodge with a different design – This was the design of Cut-throat, now deceased from Sketchbook
1962.1.2
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Heap-of-Bears (Kiowa) Kills a Navajo from Sketchbook
1962.1.4
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Deer Hunting from Sketchbook
1962.1.7
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Little Mountain, one of the old time Chiefs of the Kiowas, in a Personal Encounter with a Navajo - Navajo Killed from Sketchbook
1962.1.9
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Kiowa and Navajo from Sketchbook
1962.1.13
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940 Artist: Silver Horn, Native American, Kiowa, 1860-1940
Kiowa Dude Paying His Respects to a Young Kiowa Belle from Sketchbook
1962.1.16
ca. 1887
Not on view
Artist: Tony Straiges, American, born 1942 Artist: Tony Straiges, American, born 1942
Costume design for Lawrence in Ross
TL2003.3.1
Not on view
Artist: Erté, French, born Russia, 1892-1990 Artist: Erté, French, born Russia, 1892-1990
Costume design for Manhattan Mary
TL2004.5
1927
Not on view
Artist: Holmes Easley, American, 1934-2003 Artist: Holmes Easley, American, 1934-2003
Scene design for James Joyce's Dubliners
TL2004.16.1
ca. 1975
Not on view
Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875
Pilots' Houses at Mouth of the Mississippi River, October 1848, from Sketchbook
1961.5.65
1848-1849
Not on view
Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875
Pilots' Houses, Southwest Pass, Mouth of the Mississippi River, October 1848, from Sketchbook
1961.5.66
1848-1849
Not on view
Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Artist: Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875
Mouth of the Mississippi River, Southwest Pass, Looking South, October 1848, from Sketchbook
1961.5.67
1848-1849
Not on view
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