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Crawford, Thomas (American, 1814-1857)
Genius of Mirth
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: 1842; carved 1843
Medium: Marble
Accession Number: 97.13.1
Mexican Girl Dying
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: By 1846; carved 1848
Medium: Marble
Accession Number: 97.13.2a–e
The Babes in the Wood
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: ca. 1850, carved 1851
Medium: Marble
Accession Number: 94.9.4
Bedstead
Possibly by Thomas Seymour
(1771–1848)
Date: 1810–15
Medium: Mahogany, mahogany veneer, mahoganized maple and white pine, painted and gilded wood
Accession Number: 18.110.64
La Petite Pensée
Thomas Ball
(American, Charleston, Massachusetts 1819–1911 Montclair, New Jersey)
Date: ca. 1867–68; carved 1869
Medium: Marble
Accession Number: 1978.513.7
The Illustrated London Almanack
John Absolon
(British, London 1815–1895)
Date: 1865–91
Medium: Illustrations: wood engraving and color lithography
Accession Number: 60.502.7(1–4)
James Thomas Fields
Southworth and Hawes
(American, active 1843–1863)
Date: 1861
Medium: Daguerreotype
Accession Number: 37.14.36
Proposed Colossal Statue of George Washington for the City of New York
G. Thomas
(American, 19th century)
Date: 1845
Medium: Lithograph with tint stone
Accession Number: 54.90.721
Christmas Eve (published Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.26
Santa Claus in Camp (published in Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.11
Nast's Illustrated Almanac
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1874
Medium: Illustrations: wood engraving
Accession Number: 33.35.299
Decanter
Possibly engraved by Francis Doms
(American)
Date: 1843–ca. 1850
Medium: glass
Accession Number: 2014.623
Thou art the Brightest Jewel in My Crown
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.23
"Rock Me to Sleep Mother"
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.37
The Political Niagara – A Drowning Man Catches at a Straw (published in Harper's Weekly, June 27, 1868)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1868 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.35
Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way (originally published Illustrated Chicago News, 1868 (?))
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.33
Scene After the Verdict of Acquittal
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.24
The Pride of the West, Our First Number – The Illustrated Chicago News – Blowing Our Own Trumpet (originally published ca. 1868)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.34
Santa Claus
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1862
Medium: Etching or engraving
Accession Number: 33.35.5
281 cartoons
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1862–1900
Medium: Wood engravings and electrotypes
Accession Number: 33.35.7–.287
Old Mother Goose Melodies
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.66
The Suffrage Phantom
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.31
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Medium: Etching or engraving; second state
Accession Number: 33.35.1
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Medium: Etching or engraving; second state
Accession Number: 33.35.2
Portrait of Mrs. Nast (Sarah Edwards Nast)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1884
Medium: Etching on Japan paper
Accession Number: 33.35.4
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Medium: Etching or engraving; first state, touched proof
Accession Number: 33.35.3
Portrait of the Artist
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: ca. 1884
Medium: Lithographic crayon (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.6
Christmas Supplement (published in Harper's Weekly, December 31, 1871)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1871 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.53
A Gallant Color-Bearer (published in Harper's Weekly, September 20, 1862)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1862 (?)
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 33.35.8
Thanksgiving Day – The Union Altar (published in Harper's Weekly, November 5, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.27
Genius of Mirth
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: 1842; carved 1843
Accession Number: 97.13.1
Mexican Girl Dying
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: By 1846; carved 1848
Accession Number: 97.13.2a–e
The Babes in the Wood
Thomas Crawford
(American, New York 1813?–1857 London)
Date: ca. 1850, carved 1851
Accession Number: 94.9.4
Bedstead
Possibly by Thomas Seymour
(1771–1848)
Date: 1810–15
Accession Number: 18.110.64
La Petite Pensée
Thomas Ball
(American, Charleston, Massachusetts 1819–1911 Montclair, New Jersey)
Date: ca. 1867–68; carved 1869
Accession Number: 1978.513.7
The Illustrated London Almanack
John Absolon
(British, London 1815–1895)
Date: 1865–91
Accession Number: 60.502.7(1–4)
James Thomas Fields
Southworth and Hawes
(American, active 1843–1863)
Date: 1861
Accession Number: 37.14.36
Proposed Colossal Statue of George Washington for the City of New York
G. Thomas
(American, 19th century)
Date: 1845
Accession Number: 54.90.721
Christmas Eve (published Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.26
Santa Claus in Camp (published in Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.11
Nast's Illustrated Almanac
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1874
Accession Number: 33.35.299
Decanter
Possibly engraved by Francis Doms
(American)
Date: 1843–ca. 1850
Accession Number: 2014.623
Thou art the Brightest Jewel in My Crown
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.23
"Rock Me to Sleep Mother"
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.37
The Political Niagara – A Drowning Man Catches at a Straw (published in Harper's Weekly, June 27, 1868)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1868 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.35
Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way (originally published Illustrated Chicago News, 1868 (?))
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.33
Scene After the Verdict of Acquittal
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.24
The Pride of the West, Our First Number – The Illustrated Chicago News – Blowing Our Own Trumpet (originally published ca. 1868)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.34
Santa Claus
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1862
Accession Number: 33.35.5
281 cartoons
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1862–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.7–.287
Old Mother Goose Melodies
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.66
The Suffrage Phantom
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.31
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Accession Number: 33.35.1
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Accession Number: 33.35.2
Portrait of Mrs. Nast (Sarah Edwards Nast)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1884
Accession Number: 33.35.4
Portrait of a Child (Cyril Nast?)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: after 1879
Accession Number: 33.35.3
Portrait of the Artist
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: ca. 1884
Accession Number: 33.35.6
Christmas Supplement (published in Harper's Weekly, December 31, 1871)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1871 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.53
A Gallant Color-Bearer (published in Harper's Weekly, September 20, 1862)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1862 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.8
Thanksgiving Day – The Union Altar (published in Harper's Weekly, November 5, 1863)
Thomas Nast (American
(born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1863 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.27
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