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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 30, no. 2 (October–November, 1971)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN | VOLUME 30 | NUMBER 2

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 30, no. 2 (October–November, 1971)

Various authors
1971
48 pages
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"Introduction"
Thomas Hoving

"For the Love of Leda"
James David Draper

"Exhibitions"

New European Paintings Galleries
Early Firearms of Great Britain and Ireland
Josef Albers
Albrecht Dürer
In Quest of Comfort: The Easy Chair in America

"Pleasing Eye & Ear Alike"
Emanuel Winternitz

"Hacilar Ladies: Old and New"
Oscar White Muscarella

"A Sculpture by Agnolo di Polo"
John Goldsmith Phillips

"Outstanding Recent Accessions"

Sesando, Bamboo, teak wood, palm (Borassus flabellifera), wire, Javanese (Timorese)
Javanese (Timorese)
late 19th century
Spinet, Wood, parchment, ivory, paint, Italian
Italian
1540
Leda and the Swan, Michel Anguier  French, Limestone (pierre de Tonnerre), French
1654
Amphitrite, Michel Anguier  French, Bronze, French
18th–19th century cast
Neptune, Michel Anguier  French, Bronze, French
18th–19th century cast
The Four Horsemen, from "The Apocalypse", Albrecht Dürer  German, Woodcut
1498
Easy Chair, Walnut, red oak, yellow pine, ash, maple, tulip poplar, American
American
1760–90
Easy Chair, Caleb Gardner Jr.  American, Walnut, maple; wool on linen ground (front panel), wool and silk on linen ground (back panel), silk and cotton tape, silk and wool tape, American
1758
Small Sitar, Wood, gourd, string, paint, Indian
Indian
late 19th–early 20th century
Esrāj, wood, gourd, polychrome, Indian
Indian
late 19th–early 20th century
Taūs (mayuri), Wood, parchment, metal, feathers, Indian
Indian
19th century
Seven String Bass Viol, Nicolas Bertrand  French, Maple, spruce, French
1720
Treble Viol, Wood, German
German
19th century
Quinton in Viol Form, Wood, French or German
French or German
mid to late 18th century
Treble Viol, Jean Ouvrard  French, Wood, French
1726
Lyra Viol, Wood, Italian
Italian
17th century
Viola da Braccio, Spruce and bird's-eye maple, German
German
mid-18th century
Trompe de Chasse in C, Joseph Raoux  French, Brass, French
1759–69
Cornet-trompe in D, Alphonse (Antoine) Sax  Belgian, Brass, French
ca. 1862
Orchestral Horn, Unknown , for sale by Carl Gottfried Glier and Sons, brass, German
ca. 1830
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