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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 30, no. 6 (June-July, 1972)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 30, no. 6 (June–July, 1972)

Heckscher, Morrison H., John K. Howat, Penelope Hunter-Stiebel, Jacques Lipchitz, Ben Vincent, and Roberta Wong
48 pages
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"Art Déco: The Last Hurrah"
Penelope Hunter

"Warrior's Defense, Wearer's Delight: An Introduction to Japanese Swordguards"
Ben Vincent

"The Hudson River School"
John K. Howat

"Jacques Lipchitz: His Life in Sculpture"
Jacques Lipchitz

"Newly Acquired American Paintings"
John K. Howat

"Paterson, New Jersey: Thirty Photographs by George A. Tice"
George A. TiceM

"Will Bradley and the Poster"
Roberta Wong

"Outstanding Recent Accessions: Sullivan and Wright"
Morrison H. Heckscher

Met Art in Publication

Bowl, François-Emile Décorchemont  French, Glass, French
François-Emile Décorchemont
Desk, Louis Süe  French, Ebonized wood (probably beech), oak, zebrawood, gilt bronze, leather
Louis Süe
ca. 1925
Bowl, Emile Decoeur  French, Stoneware, French
Emile Decoeur
ca. 1925
Vase, Emile Lenoble  French, Glazed stoneware, French
Emile Lenoble
Dressing Table, Armand-Albert Rateau  French, Bronze, basalt, mirror glass
Armand-Albert Rateau
ca. 1925
Lidded Urn, Maurice Marinot  French, Glass
Maurice Marinot
ca. 1925
Bottle with Stopper, Maurice Marinot  French, Glass, French
Maurice Marinot
Champagne cooler, Jean E. Puiforcat  French, Silver and carnelian, French
Jean E. Puiforcat
ca. 1925
Bowl, Jean E. Puiforcat  French, Silver and glass, French
Jean E. Puiforcat
Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann
"État" Cabinet, Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann  French, Macassar ebony, amaranth, ivory, oak, lumber-core plywood, poplar, chestnut, mahogany, silvered brass
Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann
Designed 1922; manufactured 1925–26
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Iron, copper, Japanese
16th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Iron, copper, Japanese
late 15th–early 16th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Possibly copper, gold, copper-gold alloy (shakudō), copper-silver alloy (possibly shibuichi), Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
Sword Guard (<i>Tsuba</i>), Iron, copper, Japanese
16th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Akasaka school  Japanese, Iron, copper, Japanese
Akasaka school
18th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Nobuiye Myōchin  Japanese, Iron, Japanese
Nobuiye Myōchin
16th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Copper alloy (sentoku), copper-gold alloy (shakudō), silver, copper, Japanese
17th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Iron, gold, silver, Japanese
19th century
Sword Guard (Tsuba), Copper, Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
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