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Maker: Unknown

Memorial to President Stiles

Maker: Sarah Hooker Leavitt (American, 1797–1837)
School (Institution): (possibly) Deerfield Academy (American, founded 1797)
Gilder: Smith and Norton (American, active 1810)
Honorand: Ezra Stiles, American, 1727–1795

Looking Glass

Maker, attributed to: John Doggett (American, 1780–1857)

Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point Trail

Artist: Albert Bierstadt (American, born Germany, 1830–1902)

Teakettle on Stand

Maker: Joseph Richardson, Sr. (American, 1711–1784)


Maker: Cornelius Vander Burgh (American, 1653–1699)

John Biglin in a Single Scull

Artist: Thomas Eakins (American, 1844–1916)

Scutum (Shield)

Maker: Unknown


Artist: Unknown

Arsu Riding a Camel

Artist: Unknown

Shoe Buckle

Maker: Myer Myers (American, 1723–1795)

Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and the Lady Anne

Artist: Edwin Austin Abbey (American, 1852–1911, M.A. (Hon.) 1897)

Wool Pile Cap

Artist: Unknown

Portrait of a Bearded Man

Artist: Unknown

Three Princesses

Artist: Tino di Camaino (Italian, Siena, ca. 1285–1337)

Desk and Bookcase

Maker, attributed to: Daniel Spencer (1741–1796)

Isaac Smith (1719–1787)

Artist: John Singleton Copley (American, 1738–1815)

Elizabeth Storer Smith (1726–1786)

Artist: John Singleton Copley (American, 1738–1815)

The Waterfall

Artist: Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, active France, Germany, 1866–1944)

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