Collections: Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

  • 1st Floor
    Arts of Africa, Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden
  • 2nd Floor
    Arts of Asia and the Islamic World
  • 3rd Floor
    Egyptian Art, European Paintings
  • 4th Floor
    Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
  • 5th Floor
    Luce Center for American Art

On View: Headless Statuette of a Female

The shapely forms of this statuette are characteristic of the ideal feminine body type of the Ptolemaic Period. During Greek rule, full thig...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Reliquary Guardian Figure (Mbulu Ngulu)

    The Kota once used reliquary guardian figures (mbulu ngulu) to protect and demarcate the revered bones of family ancestors. The bones were p...

     
    The Dinner PartyUntitled 2 (from Note to Self)Untitled (Guanaroca [First Woman])Sing-Along American History: War and RaceThe Hard Place (For Mairead Farrell)DrivenThrough the Large GlassHeathers DégradéBlood from a StoneSweet Smell of Sage Enters the RoomAnonymous was a WomanCelebrating the Next TwinklingLarge Dome Drawing #4Is the Danger Drawing Nearer or Receeding, Six Views from the WomantreeMicrographic Study for Pink Triangle/TortureMicrographic Study for Pink and Black Lesbian TriangleTestimonySelf Portrait as Marcus Fisher I, from the "Portrait of Marcus Fisher I-IV" seriesReceptionBinding Ritual, Daily RoutineFuture Plan #299 NeedlesWith Blue Clouds and LaughterMahuika, from the "Digital Marae" seriesThe Advantages of Being a Woman ArtistSojourner Truth #2, PlateInside/OutsideCardigan Worn by One Woman of the Boeing Five, Tried for Entering the Boeing Nuclear Missile Plant on September 27th, 1983, Sentenced to Fifteen Days in the King County Jail for Defending Life on EarthGeorgia OKeeffe Place SettingVirginia Woolf Place SettingMargaret Sanger Place SettingEthel Smyth Place SettingSusan B. Anthony Place SettingMary Wollstonecraft Place SettingEmily Dickinson Place SettingElizabeth Blackwell Place SettingCaroline Herschel Place SettingAnna van Schurman Place SettingNatalie Barney Place SettingSojourner Truth Place SettingSacajawea Place SettingAnne Hutchinson Place SettingElizabeth R. Place SettingIsabella dEste Place SettingChristine de Pisan Place SettingPetronilla de Meath Place SettingHildegarde of Bingen Place SettingEleanor of Aquitaine Place SettingTrotula Place SettingHrosvitha Place SettingTheodora Place SettingSaint Bridget Place SettingMarcella Place SettingHypatia Place SettingBoadaceia Place Setting

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    Homeless Hungry Homo[Untitled]Wallpaper, "Analog Nights" pattern[Untitled] (Carol Koch)Standing Male FigureLa Scala dei Giganti[Untitled] (Bottles in Window at the Icehouse)[Untitled]Floor with Laundry No. 3[Untitled] (Putnam Pond)Shooting Gallery #2[Untitled]Girls Sitting at Fountain in Union SquareJohn Holland in the First SubmarineLa Mandoline (The Mandolin Player)[Untitled][Untitled]Untitled[Untitled][Untitled] (Woman with Three Children in Garden)[Untitled]SpoonCow Alley, BenaresBrooklyn Museum Annual, 1964 - 1965Inner Mongolian Steppes/Cowboy[Untitled]Manuel of TesuqueUntitledMulbery and Prince Streets, Manhattan[Untitled][Untitled]Untitled[Untitled]Eugene OneginJewish Ceremonial Wine Cup, One of PairJungle Figures[Untitled]Spaces IIBallet DancerTablet #82More than Blood, Sweat and Tears[Untitled]Hooves[Untitled] (Telephone Pole Against the Sky, North Africa)LaudanumPleached Pearls[Untitled] (Horsedrawn Carriage)[Untitled][Untitled]UntitledStreaming CypressTrimpers, Ocean City, MDBaby Feeding CupLa Madonna Riposata/ Resting in HopeCream Pitcher, Part of 19-Piece Dinner Service, Hallcraft Pattern

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