Art History Displays

THE ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT HAS CREATED AN ART PRINT DISPLAY. 

You can view the art prints in our display cases located in Analy Hall, Santa Rosa Campus.  The cases are located on the 1st floor in the hallway that leads to Art History's lecture room, 708.
 
The art prints used in the gallery are displayed on a rotating basis from following prints.

 

Dragonfly and Flower Mother and Children (Madre con hijos) Incan Funerary Mask Attic Red-Figure Cup Depicting Scenes from the Trojan War A Group of Male and Female Yoruba Twin Figures
Musician and Dancing Girls Perform Before Sher Singh Papyrus of Ani, Book of the Dead Seine and Eiffel Tower at Sunset by Henri Rousseau Tree of Life by Gustav Klimt Village Quartet, Jacob Lawrence
A Group of Lobi Figures Madrid Codex or Tro-Cortesianus Codex Pre Columbian Maya book Page from the Codex Cospi Untitled by Keith Haring Colorful Mosaic Tile Work on the Columns in the Medersa Attarine
The Grand Tenochtitlán by Diego Rivera Portrait of the Elephant “Alam-Guman Gajraj” Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, frescoes from Nakht’s tomb Act on a Sofa (Almaiisa) by Amedeo Modigliani  Sun Over Olive Grove by Vincent van Gogh
Frieze of Archers From Darius I Palace at Susa, Persia The Black and the White by Mark Rothko Autorretrato como Tehuana –(Diego on my mind) by Frida Kahlo Collecting Mulberries:  From book on the silk industry Etruscan Musicians
Mother and Child, A Goodnight Hug by Mary Cassatt The Annunciation by Henry Ossawa Tanner Sumo Wrestlers, 1897 Goten-Yama Hill.  Shinagawa on the Tokaido Road by Katsushika Hokusai Illuminated Pages from a Koran Manuscript