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Detail: Rise, 2006–07, laminated fabric, hand-dyed cotton, paper, metal, and silk organza with cotton, dimensions variable, by Lesley Dill (American, b. 1950). Courtesy of the artist and George Adams Gallery, New York.
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A view of the Paws at the Palmer. Sculpted by Paul Bowden, the Paws at the Palmer were formally dedicated on October 9, 1993, as a gift of the Lion's Paw Alumni Association and the Lion's Paw Senior Society. The Palmer Museum of Art was designed by Charles W. Moore with Arbonies King Vlock.
Detail: Thompson and Bleecker Streets, c. 1905, oil on canvas, 20 x 30 inches, by George Luks (American, 1867–1933). Gift of James and Barbara Palmer. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: The Vaudeville Act, c. 1902-1903, oil on canvas, by Everett Shinn (American, 1876-1953). Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Triad Brilliant, Passaic River Hills, 1832, gouache, by Oscar Bluemner (American, b. Germany, 1867-1938). Gift of the Friends of the Palmer Museum of Art. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Still Life with Grapes, c. 1860-1865, oil on canvas on board, by Severin Roesen (American, b. Germany, c. 1815-c. 1872). Gift of Clara Lamade Robison. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Yase Village from the series Famous Places in Kyoto, n.d. woodblock print, by Ando Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858). Gift of Dr. William E. Harkins. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
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Detail: Self Portrait as Woman Recovering from the Effects of Male Gaze (What's Underneath), 1992, oil on canvas, by Julie Heffernan (American, b. 1956). Gift of Jonathan Kalb. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Eh! bien en regardant ce tableau de près on finit par y dècouvrir des qualitès, on voit que la couleur est bonne, 1865, lithograph, by Honore Daumier (French, 1808-1879). Gift of the Walton J. Lord Estate. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Pennsylvania State College, 1878, hand-colored lithograph by Morris or Martin H. Traubel, after W.W. Denslow (American, 1820-1897). Partial gift and purchase from John C. O'Connor and Ralph M. Yeager. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: The Staten Island Trolley, c. 1907, oil on canvas, by Guy Pène du Bois (American, 1884-1958). Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Girl Reading, 1909, oil on canvas, by Edmund C. Tarbell (American, 1862-1938). Gift of The Frank Family. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Affirmative Action, 1987, acrylic on canvas, by Jerry Kearns (American, b. 1943). Gift of Joseph D. and Janet M. Shein. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1982, offset lithograph in four colors, by Red Grooms (American, b. 1937). Gift of Martin Cohen. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.
Detail: Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine, c. 1680-1690, oil on canvas, by Giovanni Battista Boncori (Italian, 1633-1699). Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art.