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Monkey
Young Woman with a Pink
Attributed to Hans Memling
(Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges)
Date: ca. 1485–90
Medium: Oil on wood
Accession Number: 49.7.23
The Monkey King Vali's Funeral Pyre; from a Ramayana series
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
Date: ca. 1780
Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, silver, and gold on paper
Accession Number: 2004.367
Relief scene of monkeys and baboons from the tomb of Khety
Date: ca. 2051–2000 B.C.
Medium: Limestone, paint
Accession Number: 26.3.354-4
Piece from a Robe (Kosode) with Cherry Blossoms and Monkeys with Palanquin
Date: 18th century
Medium: Resist-dyed and painted silk crepe with details embroidered in silk and metallic thread
Accession Number: 2001.428.25
Female Monkey Holding Its Baby
Date: ca. 1981–1802 B.C.
Medium: Amethyst
Accession Number: 1989.281.90
Sleeping Pedlar Robbed by Monkeys, from the series Monkeys (copy)
Copy after Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Medium: Engraving; first state
Accession Number: 53.538.5(1)
School of Monkeys, from the series Monkeys (copy)
Copy after Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Medium: Engraving; first state
Accession Number: 53.538.5(6)
Sleeping Peddler Robbed by Monkeys, from the series Monkeys
Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date: late 16th century
Medium: Etching; first state
Accession Number: 56.597.51
School of Monkeys, from the series Monkeys
Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Medium: Etching; first state
Accession Number: 56.597.50
The Monkey and the Leopard (The Monkey)
Carle
(Antoine Charles Horace) Vernet (French, Bordeaux 1758–1836 Paris)
Date: 1818
Medium: Lithograph
Accession Number: 49.21.85
Monkey Despot, from Monkey-Ana or Men, in Miniature
Designed by Thomas Landseer
(British, London 1795–1880 London)
Date: July 1828
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 17.3.3437(11)
Monkey Dandy, from Monkey-ana, or Men in Miniature
Thomas Landseer
(British, London 1795–1880 London)
Date: July 1828
Medium: Etching on chine collé
Accession Number: 59.600.38(5.4)
Case (Inrō) with Design of Monkey Trainer and Seated Monkey on Leash (obverse); Bundle, Hat, Sticks and Staff (reverse)
Date: 19th century
Medium: Lacquer, cherry bark, gold and colored hiramakie, takamakie; Interior: plain and fundame
Accession Number: 13.67.8
Case (Inrō) with Design of Monkeys Hanging from Trees Above Waves (obverse); Monkeys Seated on Rocks (reverse)
Date: 18th–19th century
Medium: Lacquer, roiro, silver nashiji, gold, silver, black and red hiramakie, kirigane; Interior: nashiji and fundame, two upper cases divided, spoon
Accession Number: 13.67.57
Design Amulet, Woman Suckling a Child on Back, Device showing Geometricized Monkeys
Date: ca. 2080–2010 B.C.
Medium: Steatite
Accession Number: 26.7.46
Monkey Vessel
Date: 10th–13th century
Medium: Onyx marble, pyrite, shell
Accession Number: 1979.206.1156
Kohl Tube in the Shape of a Monkey Holding a Vessel
Date: ca. 1550–1450 B.C.
Medium: Steatite (glazed)
Accession Number: 1989.281.101
"Rama Receives Sugriva and Jambavat, the Monkey and Bear Kings", Folio from a Ramayana
Date: ca. 1605
Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper
Accession Number: 2002.503
Lakshmana and Sugriva Being Carried by Palanquin to Receive Rama's Blessings
Date: ca. 1710–25
Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper
Accession Number: 1978.540.1
Young shepherdess and old man with a monkey, from the Scherzi
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
(Italian, Venice 1696–1770 Madrid)
Date: ca. 1743–50
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 1976.537(16)
The Monkey Leader Angada Steals Ravana's Crown from His Fortress
Attributed to Manaku
(active ca. 1725–60)
Date: ca. 1725
Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper
Accession Number: 19.24.2
Family of Monkeys
Tanshin Morimasa
(Japanese, 1653–1718)
Date: late 17th century
Medium: One of a triptych of hanging scrolls; ink and color on silk
Accession Number: 14.76.23
Terracotta monkey
Date: ca. 600–480 B.C.
Medium: Terracotta
Accession Number: 74.51.1645
A woman with her baby monkey, N.J.
Diane Arbus
(American, New York 1923–1971 New York)
Date: 1971
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Accession Number: 2012.552.7
Blackwork Design for Goldsmithwork with Satyr and Monkey
Attributed to Mathais Beitler
(German, Ansbach, active ca. 1582–1616)
Date: ca. 1582–1616
Medium: Engraving and blackwork
Accession Number: 24.69.9
Blackwork Design for Goldsmithwork with Monkey, Birds, and Insects
Mathais Beitler
(German, Ansbach, active ca. 1582–1616)
Date: 1582–1616
Medium: Engraving and blackwork
Accession Number: 24.69.2
The Experts
Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps
(French, Paris 1803–1860 Fontainebleau)
Date: 1837
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 29.100.196
Design Amulet with a Hippopotamus (? ) Head on the Back Pierced for Stringing, and a Left-facing Monkey as the Device
Date: ca. 2150–2100 B.C.
Medium: Glazed steatite
Accession Number: 26.7.33
Vase in the Shape of a Mother Monkey with Her Young
Date: ca. 2289–2255 B.C.
Medium: Travertine (Egyptian alabaster), paint
Accession Number: 1992.338
Two Vases in the Shape of a Mother Monkey with her Young
Date: ca. 2289–2246 BC
Medium: Travertine (Egyptian alabaster), paint, resin and pigment
Accession Number: 30.8.134+1992.338-group
Young Woman with a Pink
Attributed to Hans Memling
(Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges)
Date: ca. 1485–90
Accession Number: 49.7.23
The Monkey King Vali's Funeral Pyre; from a Ramayana series
First generation after Manaku and Nainsukh
Date: ca. 1780
Accession Number: 2004.367
Relief scene of monkeys and baboons from the tomb of Khety
Date: ca. 2051–2000 B.C.
Accession Number: 26.3.354-4
Female Monkey Holding Its Baby
Date: ca. 1981–1802 B.C.
Accession Number: 1989.281.90
Sleeping Pedlar Robbed by Monkeys, from the series Monkeys (copy)
Copy after Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Accession Number: 53.538.5(1)
School of Monkeys, from the series Monkeys (copy)
Copy after Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Accession Number: 53.538.5(6)
Sleeping Peddler Robbed by Monkeys, from the series Monkeys
Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date: late 16th century
Accession Number: 56.597.51
School of Monkeys, from the series Monkeys
Peeter van der Borcht
(Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1545–1608 Antwerp)
Date:
Accession Number: 56.597.50
The Monkey and the Leopard (The Monkey)
Carle
(Antoine Charles Horace) Vernet (French, Bordeaux 1758–1836 Paris)
Date: 1818
Accession Number: 49.21.85
Monkey Despot, from Monkey-Ana or Men, in Miniature
Designed by Thomas Landseer
(British, London 1795–1880 London)
Date: July 1828
Accession Number: 17.3.3437(11)
Monkey Dandy, from Monkey-ana, or Men in Miniature
Thomas Landseer
(British, London 1795–1880 London)
Date: July 1828
Accession Number: 59.600.38(5.4)
Monkey Vessel
Date: 10th–13th century
Accession Number: 1979.206.1156
Kohl Tube in the Shape of a Monkey Holding a Vessel
Date: ca. 1550–1450 B.C.
Accession Number: 1989.281.101
Young shepherdess and old man with a monkey, from the Scherzi
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
(Italian, Venice 1696–1770 Madrid)
Date: ca. 1743–50
Accession Number: 1976.537(16)
The Monkey Leader Angada Steals Ravana's Crown from His Fortress
Attributed to Manaku
(active ca. 1725–60)
Date: ca. 1725
Accession Number: 19.24.2
Family of Monkeys
Tanshin Morimasa
(Japanese, 1653–1718)
Date: late 17th century
Accession Number: 14.76.23
Terracotta monkey
Date: ca. 600–480 B.C.
Accession Number: 74.51.1645
A woman with her baby monkey, N.J.
Diane Arbus
(American, New York 1923–1971 New York)
Date: 1971
Accession Number: 2012.552.7
Blackwork Design for Goldsmithwork with Satyr and Monkey
Attributed to Mathais Beitler
(German, Ansbach, active ca. 1582–1616)
Date: ca. 1582–1616
Accession Number: 24.69.9
Blackwork Design for Goldsmithwork with Monkey, Birds, and Insects
Mathais Beitler
(German, Ansbach, active ca. 1582–1616)
Date: 1582–1616
Accession Number: 24.69.2
The Experts
Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps
(French, Paris 1803–1860 Fontainebleau)
Date: 1837
Accession Number: 29.100.196
Vase in the Shape of a Mother Monkey with Her Young
Date: ca. 2289–2255 B.C.
Accession Number: 1992.338
Two Vases in the Shape of a Mother Monkey with her Young
Date: ca. 2289–2246 BC
Accession Number: 30.8.134+1992.338-group
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