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Recent Acquisitions

The MMFA consistently adds works of art to build and complement our existing collections. Explore the links below to learn more about our most recent acquisitions.

 

Mules

Mary Maxtion (American, born 1924), Mules, ca. 1985, cotton and cotton/polyester blend, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Gift of Kempf Hogan, 2015.8

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Moose Head with Antlers

Mose Tolliver (American, ca. 1920–2006), Moose Head with Antlers, 1981, acrylic and antlers on plywood, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Association Purchase, 2015.9.2

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Torso in Space

Alexander Archipenko (American, born Ukraine, 1887–1964), Torso in Space, 1952, lithograph and screen print with embossing on paper, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Association Purchase, 2015.11.1

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My Heavens!

Jane Hammond (American, born 1950), My Heavens!, 2004, color lithograph with silver Mylar and collage on paper, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Association Purchase, 2015.11.2

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Gourd Tree

William Christenberry (American, 1936–2016), Gourd Tree, 1980, watercolor, graphite, and Conté crayon on paper, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Association Purchase, 2015.12

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Puppet

Ogoni or Anang Ibibio Peoples (Nigeria), Puppet, 20th Century, wood and pigment, Gift of Dileep and Martha Mehta, 2015.14.2

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The Conversation (La Conversation)

Ossip Zadkine (French, born Russia, 1890–1967), The Conversation (La Conversation), 1955, color lithograph on paper, Gift of Charles M. and Susan Alyson Young, Portland, Connecticut, 2016.2

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Woman with Basket

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886–1957), Woman with Basket, 1948, watercolor on rice paper, Gifr of the estate of Dr. Samuel Rexford Kennamer, 2016.6

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Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, Scene 5

John Boydell (English, 1719–1804), Publisher, John Boydell (English, 1752–1817), Publisher, James Stow (English, ca. 1770–after 1820), Engraver after John Francis Rigaud (French, 1742–1810), Painter, Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, Scene 5, ca. 1804, from Boydell’s Graphic Illustrations of the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, engraving on paper, Gift of Thomas L. Phillips in memory of his grandfather, Alabama State Senator J. T. Phillips, 2016.9.1

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