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Image 01: Settee

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990), Settee, 1950-70. Walnut and hickory, 34 ½ x 62 x 26 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum, 2004.


Image 02: “Winter Moon” Dish

James Tower (English, 1919-1988), “Winter Moon” Dish, 1982. Earthenware with incised and painted decoration, 17 ¾ inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Charles W. Nichols, 2006.


Image 03: Brooch

Carlier Makigawa (Australian, b. 1952), Brooch, 1985. Papier mache gold leaf and gold, 6 11/16 x 2 3/16 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Helen Bershad, 2005.


Image 04: Wood Neckpiece #1

Bruce Metcalf (American, b. 1949), Wood Neckpiece #1, 1987. Painted and gold-leafed maple, brass and stainless steel, 10 7/8 x 8 ¾ inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Helen Bershad, 2005.


Image 05: Rooster “Six-Pack”

George Johnson (American, b. 1951), Rooster “Six-Pack” 1992. Stoneware, 7 inches high x 10 5/8 inches wide x 7 inches deep. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Bequest of Dean Walker.


Image 06: Heart Sutra

Yoon Kwang-cho (Korean, b. 1946), Heart Sutra, 2001. Stoneware with white slip and incised decoration, 31 7/8 x 16 9/16 x 13 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with the Hollis Fund for East Asian Art Acquisitions, 2003.


Image 07: Unfolding Lilies

William Hunter (American, b. 1947), Unfolding Lilies, 1990. Pink ivory, ebony dust and epoxy resin, 10 1/8 x 8 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Bruce and Marina Kaiser, 2007.


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