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  • Painting: "3 Triangles"
    Artist: Loney, Kit
    Object ID: 08.02.251
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Mixed media framed. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina artist)

  • Painting: "#7 Synapse Batik"
    Artist: Fuseler, Helen R.
    Object ID: 08.02.247
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Batik on fabric; framed under glass. Signed in the lower center within the body of the design "Helen R. Fuseler." (American, United States of America) (Greenville artist)

  • Print: "A caza de dientes"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.198
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #12, entitled "A caza de dientes" which translates to "Tooth-hunting." Depicts man being hanged and a woman with her finger in his mouth. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: This plate introduces the theme of superstition and sorcery in the Caprichos suite. The dramatic diagonal line as well as Goya's use of strong highlight and dark background accentuates the terror of this deed. As his commentary suggests, Goya did not pity the rampant superstitions still common in the late 18th century.

  • Painting: "Alternating Accents"
    Artist: Bardin, J.
    Object ID: 08.02.116
    Date: 1956
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract oil painting; framed. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina artist)

  • Print, Photographic: "Anderson First Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1026
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Anderson First Baptist Church, Anderson, SC; brick church with tall, white steeple and portico with columns; church on left side of photograph.

  • Print, Photographic: "Anderson Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1017
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Anderson Presbyterian Church, Anderson, SC; photo taken from parking lot wtih long sidewalk and row of buldings on the left; brick chapel in background with cupola-like steeple.

  • Painting: "Arendal, Norway"
    Artist: Greer, Helen
    Object ID: 08.02.517
    Date:
    Origin: Norway
    Description: This picture is painted in oil. It was painted from a picture provided by Brent Nelson. Arendal, Norway was the birthplace and home of Dr. Nelson's father until the age of four. Dr. Nelson visited the location while doing research for one of his books. The painting is signed at the bottom left. (Furman)

  • Print: "Arrival with Stagecoach"
    Artist: Pollard, J., Del
    Object ID: 08.02.533
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print entitled "Arrival with Stagecoach." Name in bottom left corner-- looks like "J. Pollard Del."

  • Print: "Asta su Abuelo"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.221
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #39, entitled "Asta su Abuelo" which translates to "As far back as his grandfather." From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: A donkey displays a book that illustrates his lengthy asinine lineage.

  • Print: "Audubon Prints"
    Artist: Audubon, John James
    Object ID: 08.02.303
    Date: 1966
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Complete set of American Heritage photographic reproductions of John James Audubon (1785-1851) prints.There were 750 total sets; this one is number 626. This set includes two sizes of prints, a wooden storage and display case (combination), and a book that discusses each print in the set.

  • Painting: "Autumn"
    Artist: Andrew, Richard
    Object ID: 08.02.114
    Date: 1911 or earlier
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting of 3 figures relaxing in the shade of an apple tree; aluminum frame. The figures are family members of the artist. The young man is the artist's brother Buster. The woman standing is his sister Minnie. The seated figure is the artist's wife, Lucy Pew Andrew. This piece has had several titles: Harvest Time, The Quiet Afternoon, and Autumn. On a label on the frame, the title "The Quiet Afternoon" is marked out and "Autumn" is written above it. (American, United States of America) (artist originally from Ireland)

  • Painting: "Autumn in the Blue Ridge Mountains"
    Artist: Robinson
    Object ID: 08.02.106
    Date: 1949
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor on paper; framed under glass. Signed & inscribed on the lower left "Robinson - 49/ 'Autumn in the Blue Ridge Mountains." (American, United States of America) (South Carolina)

  • Painting: "Autumn Time"
    Artist: Crawford, Rachael
    Object ID: 08.02.134
    Date: 1961
    Origin:
    Description: Oil on Canvas, bright red autumn landscape with road or stream curving back and left from bottom left of painting; framed.

  • Painting: "Babb, Winston C."
    Artist: Stapko, Gregory
    Object ID: 08.02.044
    Date: 1968
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Winston Chandler Babb (1913- January 21, 1968). FU Professor of History 1946-1968. Served as Chair of the History Department, Chair of the Furman Faculty, and at the time of his death, President of the Southern Conference Athletic Association.

  • Print: "Bar at the Folies Bergere"
    Artist: Manet, Edouard
    Object ID: 08.02.576
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print on foam board of "A Bar at the Folies Bergere" (1889) by Edouard Manet.

  • Print: "Beethoven 1987"
    Artist: Warhol, Andy
    Object ID: 08.02.322
    Date: 1987
    Origin:
    Description: Brightly colored print of Beethoven.

  • Print: "Bellos consejos"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.200
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #15, entitled "Bellos consejos" which translates to "Beautiful advice" or "Good advice." Depicts two women seated in chairs. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: As is common in several of his compositions, in this plate the older generation (the older woman) counsels the younger generation (the young woman).

  • Painting: "Bellos Tower"
    Artist: Singleton, Nelle F.
    Object ID: 08.02.656
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on canvas of bell tower and old main. (Furman)

  • Print: "Bell Tower, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina."
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.488
    Date: 1996
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Signed print, #1 of 500 of the Bell Tower, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Print, Photographic: "Big Creek Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1028
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Big Creek Baptist Church, Anderson County, SC; mostly brick structure with front portico with 4 columns.; telephone pole in foreground.

  • Painting: "Blackwell, Gordon Williams"
    Artist: Fox, Charles
    Object ID: 08.02.290
    Date: 1970
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Gordon Williams Blackwell, president of FU 1965-1976.

  • Painting: "Blackwell, Gordon Williams and Elizabeth Lyles Blackwell"
    Artist: Whitney, Richard
    Object ID: 08.02.454
    Date: 2004
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed oil portrait of Gordon Williams Blackwell and his wife, Elizabeth Lyles Blackwell. Blackwell was president of Furman from 1965-1976.

  • Painting: "Bonner, Francis Wesley"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.309
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Dr. Francis Wesley Bonner. Plate reads: Francis Wesley Bonner. Professor of English 1949-1982. Dean of the Men's College 195?-1961. Dean of Furman University 1961-1964. Vice President and Dean 1965-1972. Vice President and Provost 1972-1982.

  • Painting: "Bowen, Lawrence H."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.031
    Date: 1953
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Lawrence Henry Bowen. FU Professor of Mathematics 1916-1958.

  • Painting: "Boyce, James P."
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.023
    Date: 1853?
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of James Petigru Boyce (1827-1888). FU Professor of Theology 1855-1858. President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville 1859-1888. This portrait is a copy.

  • Painting: "Boyg"
    Artist: Coulter, Jerry
    Object ID: 08.02.123
    Date: 1959
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract oil painting; framed. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Brabisimo!"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.177
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #38, entitled "Brabisimo!" which translates to "Bravissimo!" Depicts two figures in background, behind a doney and a money playing a guitar. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: A monkey strums the back of a guitar while a donkey listens attentively. Two silhouettes of men jeer in the background as they listen. Lopez-Rey suggests that this is a satire of the ignorance of the patron and the knavery of his surrounding dilettantes (128). Other manuscripts suggest that this print refers to Manuel Godoy (the monkey) and the king (the donkey) (Sayre 96).

  • Print: "Bradshaw, Sidney E."
    Artist: Walker, Margaret Moore
    Object ID: 08.02.255
    Date: 1935
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Sidney Ernest Bradshaw (1869-1938). Furman Professor of Modern Languages 1903-1938. Acting President 1918-19. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Bryant, B.K."
    Artist: Vise, L.B.
    Object ID: 08.02.520
    Date: 1935
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of B.K. Bryant and his wife. Signed in bottom right by L.B. Vise.

  • Print, Photographic: "Calvary Episcopal Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1041
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Calvary Episcopal Church, Glenn Springs, Spartanburg County, SC; simple wood chapel with four narrow arched windows on side; decorative trim around gables; on stone base with black iron railing in front and stone bench in foreground.

  • Painting: "Camellia"
    Artist: Graves, Shirrell
    Object ID: 08.02.439
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Gouache of camellia, signed. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Camellia Otomi"
    Artist: Graves, Shirrell
    Object ID: 08.02.440
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Gouache of CAMELLIA OTOMI, signed. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Camellia Empress Var"
    Artist: Graves, Shirrell
    Object ID: 08.02.445
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Gouache of CAMELLIA EMPRESS VAR., signed. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Carmel Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1039
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Carmel Presbyterian Church; brick building with two white doors with flat overhangs; obelisk in center with white picket fence in front.

  • Print, Photographic: "Carmel Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1040
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of interior of Carmel Presbyterian Church, Liberty, SC; inside room with carpeted floors, wooden pews and small table in foreground with chair and floral arrangement; three windows in background.

  • Painting: "Carrier, Garland"
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.329
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Garland Carrier. GWC Bursar 1933-1961, Director of Women's Residence Halls 1961-1969. The plate on the portrait's frame reads: Garland Frederica Carrier, Staff of Greenville Woman's College and Furman University 1925-1969.

  • Painting: "Cavalier Drinking"
    Artist: Wilkins, Paul
    Object ID: 08.02.461
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of A CAVALIER DRINKING, signed.

  • Painting: "Ceres"
    Artist: Nippress, R.
    Object ID: 08.02.508
    Date: 1979
    Origin:
    Description: Large framed painting commissioned after Antoine Watteau's Ceres.

  • Print: "Charles Ezra Daniel Memorial Chapel, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.494
    Date: 1997
    Origin: United States of Americabr /> Description: Signed print, #1 of 150 of the Charles Ezra Daniel Memorial Chapel, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Print: "Cherrydale, The Alumni House, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.491
    Date: 2000
    Origin: United States of Americabr /> Description: Signed print, #1 of 1100 of "Cherrydale," The Alumni House, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Print: "Children of Llyr"
    Artist: Lloyd, Lisa
    Object ID: 08.02.225
    Date: 1983
    Origin:
    Description: Blue-green monoprint of animals.

  • Painting: "Chiles, Marguerite Moore"
    Artist: Gillespie, S. Neil
    Object ID: 08.02.328
    Date: 1968
    Origin:
    Description: Oil portrait of Marguerite Moore Chiles, GWC Graduate, GWC Director of Student Personnel 1940-1964, Dean of Women 1965-1980.

  • Painting: "China"
    Artist: Greer, Helen
    Object ID: 08.02.519
    Date:
    Origin: China
    Description: This is a chalk picture. It depicts a street scene from the Yunan Province in China, where Dr. Kate P. Kaup worked on her dissertation. The drawing is taken from a postcard. This painting is signed at the bottom left. (Furman)

  • Print, Photographic: "Christ Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1030
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Christ Church, Greenville, SC; stone cherub statue in left foreground with stone cross and bushes in front of church.

  • Print, Photographic: "Church of the Advent"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1023
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Church of the Advent, Spartanburg, SC; side yard of stone church; tree and scattered tombstones in foreground

  • Print, Photographic: "Church of the Ascension"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1048
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Church of the Ascension, Seneca, Oconee County, SC; road in foreground; white clapboard siding with high front gable; front porch with simple portico; tree on left side of building.

  • Print, Photographic: "Church of the Epiphany"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1049
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Church of the Epiphany, Laurens, SC; brick Greek Revival style church with front portico and for columns; tall arched windows and doorway; simple cross on top; light pole to left of church.

  • Painting: "Classical Ruins in Landscapes"
    Artist: Van Bloemen, Jan Frans
    Object ID: 08.02.432
    Date: 1600-1799
    Origin: Belgium
    Description: Pair of oil paintings on a circular panel of CLASSICAL RUINS IN LANDSCAPES. Artist of these pieces is Jan Frans Van Bloemen, aka Orizzonte. (Flemmish, Belgium)

  • Painting: "Cloudy Day, A/A Gray Day"
    Artist: Monks, Robert Hatton
    Object ID: 08.02.1060
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: "Cloudy Day, A/A Gray Day" by Robert Hatton Monks. Framed oil on canvas. Label attached to the frame reads: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Broad and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Exhibition: The Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889- American Artists at the World's Fair. Dates: 9/15/89-7/30/90. Artist: Robert Hatton Monks. Title and Date: A Cloudy Day. Lender: Allen P. Crawford, South Carolina. TR#. Cat. No. 93. (American, United States of America, French, France).

  • Print, Photographic: "Coast of Normandy"
    Artist: Martin, H.D.
    Object ID: 08.02.1054
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of the coast of Normandy by Homer Dodge Martin (1836-1897). In blues, white, browns with seagulls. Label attached on the back reads: Coast of Normandy. Sketch for large picture.

  • Print: "The Commisary"
    Artist: Saunders, Boyd
    Object ID: 08.02.224
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Etching intaglio print; framed

  • Painting: "Composition #33"
    Artist: Yaghjian, Edmund
    Object ID: 08.02.117
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Lacquer painting with green, black, brown, red, and black on dark blue background; framed. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina artist)

  • Painting: "Country Church in a Landscape with Travellers"
    Artist: Crosland, Enoch
    Object ID: 08.02.429
    Date: 1879
    Origin:
    Description: Oil on canvas of COUNTRY CHURCH IN A LANDSCAPE WITH TRAVELLERS, signed and dated '79.

  • Painting: "Cox, Hiden T."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.033
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Hiden Toy Cox (1875-1937). FU Professor of Mathematics and Physics 1906-1937, Dean 1913-1922, Dean of Summer School 1922.

  • Painting: "Cox, Hiden Toy"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.513
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed portrait of Hiden Troy Cox. Plaque reads: Hiden Troy Cox, 1906-1937 Professor of Physics, 1913-1922 Dean. Plaque and pins for plaque are in folder entitled Plyler Hall Renovation in DFAC files.

  • Painting: "Crain, John Dean"
    Object ID: 08.02.042
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Date: 1953
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of John Dean Crain (1881-1955), prominent Baptist minister and member of FU Board of Trustees 1923-1954.

  • Print: "Daffodils"
    Object ID: 08.02.337
    Artist: Grosch, Laura
    Date: 1975
    Origin:
    Description: Color lithograph. Edition 3/100.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Charles"
    Object ID: 08.02.015
    Date: 1951
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles Daniel.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Charles"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.05.016
    Date: c. 1965
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of Charles Ezra Daniel.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Charles E."
    Artist: Clayton, Alexander
    Object ID: 08.05.409
    Date: 1962
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Mr. Charles E. Daniel, oil on canvas.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Mrs. Charles E. (Homozel Mickel)"
    Artist: Robert Bruns
    Object ID: 08.05.412
    Date: 1953
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Mrs. Charles E. Daniel, Homozel Mickel Daniel. Oil on canvas signed and dated 1953.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Homozel Mickel"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.05.034
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Homozel Mickel Daniel.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Homozel Mickel"
    Artist: Fox, James A.
    Object ID: 08.05.485
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Homozel Mickel Daniel.

  • Painting: "Daniel, Robert Norman"
    Object ID: 08.02.010
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Dr. Robert Norman Daniel (1888-1956). FU Dean until his retirement in 1948. Also Professor of English.

  • Painting: "Davis, James B."
    Object ID: 08.02.024
    Date: c. 1840
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of James Boulton Davis, who is the brother of the two Mrs. Furmans and son of Jonathan and Rebecca Davis. During his life he traveled to Turkey and brought back many types of animals with him. For this reason he was sometimes referred to as "Goat" Davis. Davis lived in house in the watercolor painting also in Cherrydale, which is known as "The Homestead."

  • Painting: "Davis, Mrs. James B."
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.025
    Date: c. 1840
    Origin: France, United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Mary Elizabeth Scott, wife of James Boulton Davis. She is the sister-in-law of the two Mrs. Furmans and daughter-in-law of Jonathan and Rebecca Davis. The subject is originally from Richland County, SC. Davis lived in house in the watercolor painting also in Cherrydale, which is known as "The Homestead."

  • Painting: "Davis, Jonathan"
    Artist: Scarborough, William Harrison
    Object ID: 08.02.497
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Jonathan Davis, framed. Attached plaque reads: Portrait of Jonathan Davis, Circa 1830-1836. Fairfield County, SC. WILLIAM HARRISON SCARBOUROUGH. American 1812-1871. Davis is the father of the two wives of James C. Furman who was a generous contributor to Furman University. Davis "gave encouragement to young artists" and gave 10 orders to Scarborough at $100/ea. - several later burned

  • Print: "Declaration of Independence"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.539
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Copy of Declaration of Indepedence. Presented by Claussen's Bakery, founded in 1841. Printed by The Ohman Co. of Memphis in 1942.

  • Print: "De que mal morira?"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.215
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate 40, entitled "De que mal morira?" which translates to "Of what will he die?" Depicts a dying man with donkey and two shadow figures behind.

  • Print: "Despacha, que dispiertan (Hurry, They're Waking Up)"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.216
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print entitled "Despacha, que dispiertan" which translates to "Hurry, They're Waking Up." Depicts three crippled figures.

  • Print: "Devota profesion"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.209
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #70, entitled "Devota profesion" which translates to "Devout vows" or "Vows." Depicts anthropomorphic figure before judgement.

  • Painting: "Divine Comedy"
    Artist: Dali, Salvador
    Object ID: 08.02.174
    Date: 1973
    Origin:
    Description: Woodcut print, unframed.

  • Painting: "Dinner Party"
    Artist: Wilson, Evan
    Object ID: 08.02.157
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Painting of several individuals at a dinner party. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Dios la perdone: Yera ne madre"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.192
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin:
    Description: Goya print, Plate #16, entitled "Dios la perdone: Y era su madre" which translates to "So sorry: And it was her mother" or "God forgive her- it was her mother." Depicts woman with fan and matilla, shrouded man with back to viewer. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: Lopez-Rey points out that the emphasis is not on the mother's feelings of abandonment; rather, the focus of the composition is the young woman's lack of natural feelings (115).

  • Print, Photographic: "Downtown Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1020
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograh of Downtown Baptist Church, Greenville, SC; view of church from across the street; traffic light in left foreground; white greek revival style church with tall steeple and numerous front steps.

  • Print: "Downtown Baptist Church"
    Artist: Flowers, Thomas E. "Tom"
    Object ID: 08.02.543
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of Downtown Baptist Church in Greenville by Thomas E. Flowers. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Dubrovacka Republika"
    Artist: Fitzpatrick, William B.
    Object ID: 08.02.566
    Date:
    Origin: Croatia
    Description: Photograph on canvas of the town of Dubrovnik, Croatia.

  • Print, Photographic: "Duke, James B."
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.135
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Photograph of James Buchanan Duke.

  • Painting: "Earle, Joseph Baylis"
    Artist: Fox, C.J.
    Object ID: 08.02.583
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed oil portrait of Dr. Joseph Baylis Earle.

  • Painting: "Earle, Marshall D."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.030
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Marshall Delph Earle (1871-1934). FU Professor of Mathematics 1891-1934.

  • Painting: "Early Days of King Cotton"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.294
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of 2 horse-drawn wagons loaded with a bale of hay each.

  • Painting: "Early Fall"
    Artist: Brown, Tim
    Object ID: 08.02.267
    Date: 1982
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor of mountains. (American, United States of America) (Furman artist)

  • Painting: "El amor y la muerte (Love and Death)"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.204
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #10, entitled "El amor y la muerte" which translates to "Love and Death." Depicts a woman holding a man who is dying as a result of a duel.

  • Print: "El de la rollona"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.171
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin:
    Description: Goya print, Plate #4, entitled "El de la rollona" which translates to "The Nurse's Child" or "The Child-Adult." Depicts a bearded man in a child's dress fondling his gums. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: In this plate, a bearded man in child's dress fondles his gums. Amulets circle his waist. He opposes the efforts of the nurse as she tries to take him from his playthings. Goya's title comes from a Spanish proverb that warns of the lasting damage to children from excessive pampering (Lopez-Rey 105). Sayre adds that the plate attacks the incompentence on the nobles who would "fail in not supported by their servants, and their self-indulgence" (65).

  • Print: "El si pronuncian y la mano alargan, Al primero que llega"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.206
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #2, entitled "El si pronuncian y la mano alargan, Al Primero que llega" which translates to "They answered yes, and stretch out their hand to the first corner" or "They swear to be faithful, yet marry the first man who proposes." Depicts masked women being led by figures.

  • Print: "El Vergonzoso"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.223
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #54, entitled "El Vergonzoso" which translates to "The Shame-Faced Man" or "The Pimp (Pander)." From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: Goya wrote another commentary regarding this print's preparatory drawing: "a man who, because they told him that his face was indecent, put the breeches on his head, and only to eat would uncover himself and rightly so for there are those which should be in breeches" (Lopez-Rey 145).

  • Painting: "Extensive Lake District Landscape"
    Artist: Niemann, Edward
    Object ID: 08.02.430
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas of EXTENSIVE LAKE DISTRICT LANDSCAPE, signed. Has a horsedrawn wagon in the center and a peasant walking across a stone bridge. A shepherd and sheep are in the left distance, while a house is on the right. A large mountain is in the center distance. (England, English, Britain, British)

  • Print, Photographic: "Fairview Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1044
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Fairview Presbyterian Church, Greenville County, SC; Greek Revival style church with white clapboard siding; five square columns in front.

  • Print, Photographic: "Fall Colors"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.476
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Color photograph of "Fall Colors." Framed.

  • Painting: "Farm Near Llangollen, N. Wales"
    Artist: Cole, George
    Object ID: 08.02.424
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas of FARM NEAR LLANGOLLEN, N. WALES. Has a stream with 2 cows and a woman milking with stone house in center and a dog on left side of painting. (British, English, Britain, England)

  • Painting: "First Baptist Church, Charleston"
    Artist: Ezell, Carol
    Object ID: 08.02.288
    Date: 1981
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor print of First Baptist Church, Charleston, SC. In gold frame. (American, United States of America) Frame was damaged in water leak and has been removed.

  • Painting: "Fishmongers on a Beach"
    Artist: LaCroix de Marseilles, Charles
    Object ID: 08.02.426
    Date: 1700-1799
    Origin: France
    Description: Oil on canvas painting of FISHMONGERS ON A BEACH. Artist responsible for this piece, LaCroix de Marseilles, was a follower of Charles F. De La Croix. (French, France)

  • Print, Photographic: "Flat Rock Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1016
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Flat Rock Baptist Church, Pickens County, SC (near Liberty); stone statue of biblical male figure and tombstones in foreground; brick church with steeple and front portico in background.

  • Print, Photographic: "Fletcher, Orlin Ottman"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.305
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Photograph of Orlin Ottman Fletcher (1847-1937). Furman Professor of Philosophy and Political Science 1906-1927. Professor Emeritus 1927-1937.

  • Print: "Flowers"
    Artist: Guardi, Francesco
    Object ID: 08.02.663
    Date: 1700-1799
    Origin: Italy
    Description: Reproduction print of "Flowers" by Francesco Guardi. Framed (Italian, Italy)

  • Painting: "Flowers in a Terracotta Vase"
    Artist: Monnoyer, Jean Baptiste
    Object ID: 08.02.416
    Date: 1600-1699
    Origin: Belgium, France, Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas painting FLOWERS IN A TERRACOTTA VASE Attributed to Jean Baptiste Monnoyer. (Belgium, Flemmish, France, French, British, Great Britain, English, England)

  • Painting: "Funderburk, Virginia Sapp"
    Artist: Felix, Margy
    Object ID: 08.02.299
    Date: 1963
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of Virginia Sapp Funderburk.

  • Print: "Furman, 10a.m."
    Artist: DeVries, Hestia
    Object ID: 08.02.232
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Etching print in red-brown ink of the library facade with passing and sitting students; unframed.

  • Painting: "Furman, Alester G."
    Object ID: 08.02.039
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Alester G. Furman (1867-1962). Member and secretary of FU Board of Trustees 1902-1936.

  • Painting: "Furman, Alester G."
    Object ID: 08.02.237
    Artist: Stapko, Gregory
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Alester G. Furman, Jr., member of FU Board of Trustees 1943-1965.

  • Painting: "Furman Impressions"
    Object ID: 08.02.464
    Artist: Skinner, S.E.
    Date: 2001
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on plywood painting of "Furman Impressions." Includes images of the Bell Tower, F, a violin, and fountains.

  • Painting: "Furman, James C."
    Object ID: 08.02.007
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of James C. Furman wearing glasses with books behind him. Plaque reads: James Clement Furman 1809-1891, Senior Professor in Furman Theological Institution, First President of Furman, Professor in Furman 1852-1891.

  • Painting: "Furman, James C."
    Object ID: 08.02.022
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of James C. Furman.

  • Painting: "Furman, James C."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.037
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of James C. Furman.

  • Print, Photographic: "Furman, James Clement"
    Artist: Coxe Studios
    Object ID: 08.02.304
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed photograph of James Clement Furman. Plaque reads: James Clement Furman, D.D. 1809-1891. Senior Professor 1844-51. Chairman of the Faculty 1852-1859. President 1859-79. Chairman of the Faculty 1879-81. Note attached on reverse reads: James Clement Furman 1809-1891, 1st President of Furman University. Presented to Furman University by Alester G. Furman, Jr., Great Grandson. October 20, 1958.

  • Print: "Furman Lake Summer"
    Artist: McCall, Marshall
    Object ID: 08.02.1006
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Print of "Furman Lake Summer" by Marshall McCall; signed by artist, 426/950; in green mat with gold frame.

  • Print: "Furman Lake Summer"
    Artist: McCall, Marshall
    Object ID: 08.02.472
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of "Furman Lake Summer" by Marshall McCall. Image of lake with ducks and swans and Bell Tower in the center. Paris Mountain is shown in the background.

  • Painting: "Furman, Richard"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.014
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Richard Furman.

  • Painting: "Furman, Richard"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.138
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Richard Furman.

  • Print: "Furman's Bell Tower"
    Artist: Couillard, Marty K.
    Object ID: 08.02.658
    Date: 1977
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: 2 unframed printprints of Furman's Bell Tower signed by Marty K. Couillard, April 1977.

  • Painting: "Furman's Old Main"
    Artist: Fuseler, Helen R.
    Object ID: 08.02.1004
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Print of "Furman's Old Main" by Helen R. Fuseler; signed by the artist; in green mat and gold frame.

  • Print: "Furman's Old Main"
    Artist: Fuseler, Helen R.
    Object ID: 08.02.578
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of the Old Main building on Furman's downtown Greenville campus. Signed by the artist, Helen Fuseler, in the lower right. Print #218 of 750.

  • Print, Photographic: "Furman University"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.478
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "Furman University." Framed.

  • Print: "The Furman University Gate Houses"
    Artist: Couillard, M.K.
    Object ID: 08.02.230
    Date: 1978
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white print of the Furman Gate Houses with fountain in background.

  • Painting: "Futch, Olivia"
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.119
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Dr. Olivia Futch in academic regalia. Dr. Futch was a FU professor of Education 1933-? and the Dean of the Women's College 1950-1965. Gray-brown background, dark and blue robe.

  • Painting: "Garden, Hugh"
    Artist: RNB (only initials given)
    Object ID: 08.02.587
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed oil portrait of Hugh Garden, an ancestor of Alester Garden Furman and Charles Manning Furman, Jr. (American, United States of America) (Furman)

  • Painting: "Gardner, Eugene E."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.035
    Date: 1953
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Eugene Elmore Gardner. FU professor of Modern Languages 1921-1956.

  • Print: "Gateway Society"
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.289
    Date: 1989
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Signed copy of a painting of the front gates and gatehouses of Furman with fountain showing in the background.

  • Painting: "Gilpatrick, Delbert"
    Artist: Gillespie, S. Neil
    Object ID: 08.02.047
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Dr. Delbert Harold Gilpatrick in brown coat holding books and paper with green and burgundy background, framed. FU Professor of History 1926-1960.

  • Painting: "Gilpatrick, Delbert Harold"
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.463
    Date: 1953
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed oil portrait of Delbert Harold Gilpatrick, Furman University professor of History.

  • Painting: "Gilpatrick, Meta Eppler"
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.040
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Meta Eppler Gilpatrick. FU professor of English 1933-1960.

  • Print: "Going to Cover"
    Artist: Alken, Henry
    Object ID: 08.02.213
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Color print of man on horse jumping small creek; unframed.

  • Print: "Gravesend"
    Artist: Daniell, Tho. and William
    Object ID: 08.02.537
    Date: 1810
    Origin:
    Description: Print of harbor entitled "Gravesend," drawn and engraved by Tho. and William Daniell and published by Misters Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme Pattenroster Row, Jan. 1810. Attached to the print is a description of Gravesend.

  • Print, Photographic: "Greenville First Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1038
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Greenville First Presbyterian Church, Greenville, SC; taken from side of church looking up to arched stained glass windows; rectangular tower with steeple and spres in background.

  • Painting: "Hartness"
    Artist: Moore, Van
    Object ID: 08.02.346
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of the Hartnesses.

  • Painting: "Harvesting Grain"
    Artist: Hughes, John Joseph
    Object ID: 08.02.431
    Date: 1850s
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas of HARVESTING GRAIN, signed and dated 185? (English, England, British, Britain)

  • Painting:"Haynsworth, Clement"
    Object ID: 08.02.018
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Clement F. Haynsworth.

  • Painting: "Haynsworth, Dorothy Merry"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.009
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait on canvas of Dorothy Haynsworth. Plaque reads: Dorothy Merry Haynsworth, Mrs. Clement F. Haynsworth, Jr, 1905-1994, Civic Volunteer and Benefactor.

  • Painting: "Heaven"
    Artist: Beatly, Patricia A.
    Object ID: 08.02.316
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of multiple colors with raised paint.

  • Painting: "Hercules Vanquishing the Hydra"
    Artist: Yvonne Arrowood
    Object ID: 08.02.1051
    Date: 2000
    Origin:
    Description: Framed painting of "Hercules Vanquishing the Hydra" by Yvonne Herd Arrowood, 2000, after Guido Rein, 1662.

  • Painting: "Herring, Nan Trammel"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.314
    Date: 2000
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Nan Trammel Herring, class of 1929.

  • Painting: "Hipp, Herman"
    Artist: Abrams, H. E.
    Object ID: 08.02.471
    Date: 1976
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Herman Hipp, framed.

  • Painting: "Homestead"
    Artist: Davis, Margaret Tolar
    Object ID: 08.02.156
    Date: 1911
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor painting of the Davis Family homeplace, "The Homestead" at Monticello, Fairfield County, SC. Includes the house, surroundings, and animals. In bottom center: First Angora Goat and Braman Cattle. Brought to America. In bottom right: Margaret Tolar Davis from ptng by Delartri, 1911. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Hope Fulfilled"
    Artist: Brown, Kate
    Object ID: 08.02.499
    Date: 2005
    Origin:
    Description: Photograph, black and white, of a blooming flower. According to Kate Brown: "This photograph portrays growth, which is born through reflection on the past and the hope of what will be. This trumpet-like flower, in almost a literal sense, expresses the fulfillment of the future through the seens of the past."

  • Painting: "Hudson River Landscape"
    Artist: American School
    Object ID: 08.02.427
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on canvas of HUDSON RIVER LANDSCAPE. Of the American School, 19th century. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Immaculate Conception"
    Artist: Murillo
    Object ID: 08.02.532
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Black and white print of Mary surrounded by cherubs. "Painted by Murillo" in bottom left corner. Title is "Immaculate Conception."

  • Print, Photographic: "Interior, Stained Glass, Trinity Epsicopal Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1036
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of interior, stained glass at Trinity Epsicopal Church, Abbeville, SC; large window, curved at top; three columns of stained glass withing window, round piece at top; Jesus featured in center of stained glass holding rod.

  • Print, Photographic: "In the Adirondacks"
    Artist: Shurtleff, Roswell Morse
    Object ID: 08.02.1057
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: "In the Adirondacks" by Roswell Shurtleff. Small framed oil painting contained within a shadow box, which was used to protect the painting if it was hung near or above a fireplace.

  • Painting: "In the Morning"
    Artist: Bachman, Max
    Object ID: 08.02.298
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: "In the Morning" by Max Bachman (1862-1921). Painting of landscape with trees, dusky sky.

  • Painting: "Is all not two? I"
    Artist: Jenks, Patricia L.
    Object ID: 08.02.154
    Date: 1980s (late)
    Origin:
    Description: Diptych (2-piece) oil stick abstract on paper. One composition is in blue-green, dark red, black, pink and silver; rabbit-like form with hole in center; framed. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Is all not two? II"
    Artist: Jenks, Patricia L.
    Object ID: 08.02.155
    Date: 1980s (late)
    Origin:
    Description: Diptych (2-piece) oil stick abstract on paper. Second composition is in blue-green, dark red, silver and blue-black; upside-down rabbit form with green triangle in center; framed. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "James B. Duke Library"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.504
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Original watercolor painting of the James B. Duke library.

  • Print: "James Buchanan Duke Library, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.492
    Date: 1996
    Origin: United States of Americabr /> Description: Signed print, #1 of 500 of the James Buchanan. Duke Library, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Painting: "John E. Johns"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.133
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of John E. Johns, president of FU, 1976-1994.

  • Print: "John E. Johns Hall, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.493
    Date: 1999
    Origin: United States of Americabr /> Description: Signed print, #1 of 500 of John E. Johns Hall, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Painting: "Judson, Charles"
    Object ID: 08.02.041
    Artist: Hall, Sue Wright
    Date: 1905
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles H. Judson (1820-1907). FU professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Philosophy 1851-1907, Dean 1898-1903, Acting President 1902-1903, Professor Emeritus 1902-1907.

  • Painting: "Judson, Charles H."
    Object ID: 08.02.256
    Artist: Walker, Margaret Moore
    Date: 1936
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles H. Judson (1820-1907). FU Professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Philosophy 1851-1907, Dean 1898-1903, Acting President 1902-1903, Professor Emeritus 1902-1907. President of the Greenville Woman's College 1864-1878. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Judson, Charles H."
    Object ID: 08.02.325
    Artist:
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white print of Charles H. Judson, unframed.

  • Painting: "Judson, Mary C."
    Artist: Walker, Margaret Moore
    Object ID: 08.02.026
    Date: 1941
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Mary Camilla Judson (1828-1920). Faculty of the Greenville Woman's College.

  • Painting: "Judson, Mary Camilla"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.469
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Mary Camilla Judson, principal and teacher at the Greenville Woman's College. Removed from frame. Both frame and painting are stored in same location with the same id number.

  • Painting: "A Keen Sportsman"
    Artist: Morland, George
    Object ID: 08.02.415
    Date: 1792
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas painting of A KEEN SPORTSMAN, signed and dated 1792. (British, Great Britain, English, England)

  • Painting: "Kids in the Park"
    Artist: Potthast, Edward
    Object ID: 08.02.1064
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: "Kids in the Park" by Edward Potthast. Framed oil on canvas. Children playing in a park in bright blues, greens, reds.

  • Painting: "The Laborer"
    Artist: Higgins, Eugene
    Object ID: 08.02.1052
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Framed painting of a man with tools by Eugene Higgins. In dark shades of browns and oranges.

  • Painting: "Landscape"
    Artist: Lewis, Don
    Object ID: 08.02.122
    Date: 1961
    Origin:
    Description: Oil landscape painting; framed.

  • Painting: "Landscape"
    Artist: Post, W. Merritt
    Object ID: 08.02.163
    Date: 1856-1935
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of landscape by William Merritt Post (1856-1935).

  • Painting: "Landscape"
    Artist: Desvarreux-Larpenteur, James
    Object ID: 08.02.164
    Date: 1847-1937
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of two cranes and lake by James Desvarreux-Larpenteur (1847-1937).

  • Print: "Las rinde el Sueno"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.195
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #34, entitled "Las rinde el sueno" which translates to "They are overcome with sleep" or "They are asleep." From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: Goya's sarcasm is mitigated in this print: he is merciful in his commentary and tone.

  • Painting: "Late Afternoon"
    Artist: Tyler, Bayard Henry
    Object ID: 08.02.147
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: "Late Afternoon" by Bayard Henry Tyler. Blue lake with sun reflection and trees, gold frame.

  • Painting: "Lawton, Joseph J."
    Artist: Rundaltzoff, Michail V.
    Object ID: 08.02.026
    Date: 1929
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Joseph J. Lawton (1861-1941). Member of FU Board of Trustees 1893-1939, President of FU Board of Trustees 1916-1939. A copy of the original in Mr. Lawton's home.

  • Painting: "Lighting Up (The Young Smokers)"
    Artist: British School
    Object ID: 08.02.420
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas painting of LIGHTING UP (THE YOUNG SMOKERS). Of the British School, 19th century. (British, Britain, English, England)

  • Painting: "Lofty Aspirations (Zhuang Zi Ling Yun)"
    Artist: Lan, Xiao
    Object ID: 08.02.581
    Date: 1940-1949
    Origin: China
    Description: Chinese silk embroidery painting featuring "an eagle, with variegated hues of browns, perching on a willow branch extending from the lower left corner of the painting to the upper right surrounded by rose bushes; executed predominantly in shades of red, green, pink, brown, and white threads. Title & inscription embroidered on the upper left." (from appraisal by Yu Ling Huang) Given to General Brehon Somervell (Alice Waldon's stepfather) by Generalisimo Chiang Kai-Shek and Lady Kai-Shek. Somervell was a General in the US Army and Commanding General of the Army Service Forces in World War II.

  • Painting: "Lulled by the Moonlight"
    Artist: Lebourg, Albert C.
    Object ID: 08.02.158
    Date: 1849-1928
    Origin:
    Description: "Lulled by the Moonlight" by Albert C. Lebourg. Painting of landscape with trees and water in background, small figure in foreground. Gold frame.

  • Print, Photographic: "Lupine"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.481
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "Lupine." Framed.

  • Painting: "Magnolia Blossoms"
    Artist: Cargill, Anne T.
    Object ID: 08.02.441
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Four gouaches of MAGNOLIA BLOSSOMS, signed. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Main Gate, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina."
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.490
    Date: 1996
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Signed print, #1 of 500 of the Main Gate, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Painting: "Mallards in Flight"
    Artist: Richardson, Anne Worsham
    Object ID: 08.02.584
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Frame painting of "Mallards in Flight" by Anne Worsham Richardson. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina)

  • Painting: "Malmesbury, Wilshire, England"
    Artist: Greer, Helen
    Object ID: 08.02.518
    Date: 1996
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: This picture is painted in oil. It was painted from a postcard that Dr. Ty Tessitore brought back from a conference meeting in Wilshire, England. The painting depicts a street in the hometown where Thomas Hobbes, noted 17th century political philosopher, was born. The painting is of a place called "The lower High Street." Dr. Tessitore's trip was in April 2002. The painting was done in May 2002. (Furman)

  • Painting: "Manly, Basil"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.1003
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on canvas portrait of Dr. Basil Manly; in ornate gilded frame.

  • Painting: "Manly, Charles"
    Artist: Nyholm, Arvid
    Object ID: 08.02.032
    Date: 1921
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles Manly (1837-1924). FU Professor of English Language and Literature 1881-1897, President 1881-1897.

  • Print: "Manly, Charles"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.160
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Print of Charles Manly, unframed. Frame is located in the art storage unit.

  • Painting: "Mathews, J. Chesley"
    Artist: Fox, James A.
    Object ID: 08.02.466
    Date: 2004
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed oil portrait of Dr. J. Chesley Mathews, Furman class of 1927. He received a Doctor of Humanities from Furman in 1996.

  • Print, Photographic: "McBee Chapel"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1047
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of McBee Chapel, Conestee, Greenville County, SC; octagonal brick church with window on each side.

  • Painting: "McGlothlin, William J."
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.006
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of William Joseph McGlothlin (1867-1933). President of Furman 1919-1933.

  • Print, Photographic: "McKinney Chapel"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1022
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of McKinney Chapel interior, Pickens County, SC; wooden flooring and pews; white wood paneling on walls; curved banister on right side with floral arrangement and podium behind.

  • Print, Photographic: "McKinney Chapel"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1045
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of McKinney Chapel, Pickens County, SC; simple chapel with peeling white clapboard siding; double front doors wtih transom window above; star at top of front gable.

  • Print: "Meet Me at the Block F"
    Artist: Jean-Claude de Montfort
    Object ID: 08.02.1002
    Date: 1989
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: "Meet Me at the Block F" print picturing Furman University's campus until 1959 by Jean-Claude de Montford, 1989. In brown wooden frame with blue and white swirled matting.

  • Print: "Meet Me At the Block F- Furman University until 1959"
    Artist: Montford, Jean-Claude de
    Object ID: 08.02.462
    Date: 1989
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Gilt framed print of the Furman University Block F.

  • Print: "Mejor es holgar"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.214
    Date: 1993-1998
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print , Plate #73, entitled "Mejor es holgar" which translates to "Loafing is better" or "It is better to do nothing."

  • Painting: "Moore, Gordon Beverly"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.048
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Painting/photograph of Gordon Beverly Moore, Furman Professor of Philosophy and Political Economy.

  • Print, Photographic: "Nazareth Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1050
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Nazareth Presbyterian Church, Spartanburg County, SC; large stone statue of figure with long hair and robe in foreground next to bush; numerous tombstones in background.

  • Print, Photographic: "Neglected Garden"
    Artist: Palmer, Mary
    Object ID: 08.02.110
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Lacquer painting with green and mustard tone in green frame no glass (American, United States of America).

  • Painting: "Ney, James M."
    Artist: Palmer, Mary
    Object ID: 08.02.586
    Date: 2000-2011
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of James M. Ney, Furman University alum and trustee. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Niches"
    Artist: Gilliam, Margaret L.
    Object ID: 08.02.105
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Acrylic on balsa. Signed on lower back "Margaret L. Gilliam."

  • Print, Photographic: "No Cut Barrier"
    Artist: Hawk, Jody
    Object ID: 08.02.549
    Date: 2005
    Origin:
    Description: Color digital inkjet print of a forest with several trees that have been cut and arranged.

  • Print: "No hay quien nos desate?"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.212
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #75, entitled "No hay quien nos desate?" which translates to "Is there no one to untie us?" or "Will No one Set Us Free?" Depicts a man and woman being attacked by an owl.

  • Print: "No hubo remedio"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.177
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #24, entitled "No hubo remedio" which translates to "There was no remedy" or "There was no cure." From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: A convict is paraded on a donkey; her shoulders are bared for whipping. This plate demonstrates Goya's pitiless tone towards harlotry (Lopez-Rey 120).

  • Print: "No te escaparas"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.175
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #72, entitled "No te escaparas" which translates to "You will not escape" or "You cannot escape." Depicts a female fleeing the devil and wild birds.

  • Painting: "Old and New, Gone and Here"
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.597
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Greenville skyline with a gray-blue sky, featuring the Greenville news Building and Old City Hall. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Print, Photographic: "Old Campus, Furman University"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.159
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of the old campus of Furman University. Has been changed from black and white photograph to a color print.

  • Painting: "Old Main"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.295
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Painting of Old Main, on the old campus of Furman.

  • Print, Photographic: "Old Pickens Presbyterian"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1046
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Old Pickens Presbyterian, Pickens, SC; small brick building with three windows and white wooden door on left side; tombstones in front.

  • Print, Photographic: "Old Stone Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1025
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Old Stone Church interior, Pickens County, SC; center aisle with wood panel flooring and wooden pews on either side; window at far end with podium in front.

  • Painting: "On Restiigouche River, New Brunswick Province"
    Artist: Sarony, Napoleon
    Object ID: 08.02.647
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Pair of watercolor paintings of fish. Plaques read "On Restigouche River, New Brunswick Province, Canada, Napoleon Sarony, American 1889-1926, Loaned by Alester G. Furman, Jr. and Alester G. Furman, III." Short biography of Captain Hugh Richardson Garden, the original owner, is taped to the back of both paintings. A copy of this biography is in the file for these paintings. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Oolenoy Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1031
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of grave at Oolenoy Baptist Church, Pickens County, SC; grave has wooden picket fence with cross and "Brother" carved at head.

  • Print: "Open"
    Artist: Jackson, Herb
    Object ID: 08.02.336
    Date: c. 1975
    Origin:
    Description: Color lithograph. Edition 2/30. Verso "3588/115/10-74."

  • Print, Photographic: "Ora ARP"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1024
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Ora ARP, Laurens County, SC; close-up of church with white clapboard siding; windows and door with arched transoms; steps leading up to front door.

  • Painting: "Peaches, Grapes, and Almonds"
    Artist: Moulton, Frank B.
    Object ID: 08.02.148
    Date: 1886
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: "Peaches, Grapes, and Almonds" by Frank Moulton.

  • Painting: "Peaches, Grapes and Champagne Glass"
    Artist: Moulton, Frank B.
    Object ID: 08.02.146
    Date: 1887
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: "Peaches, Grapes and Champagne Glass" by Frank B. Moulton. Fruit painting, peaches, grapes, champagne glass. Description on the back of frame reads: MOULTON (Frank), Born in Boston, 1849. As a Fruit Artist, he is wonderful; depicting with delicateness without falling into minuteness respecting the velvety appearance of the fruit. He makes the mouth water with his superb Grapes and Peaches, and one fancies to inhale their fragrance. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Peasants in an Extensive Landscape"
    Artist: Pillement, Jean
    Object ID: 08.02.425
    Date: 1700-1799
    Origin: France
    Description: Oil on canvas painting of PEASANTS IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE. Has 4 people with rock and trees on the right. Bare tree one the left. (French, France)

  • Painting: "Peasants in an Extensive Landscape with Classical Ruins"
    Artist: Patel, Pierre- Circle of Pierre Patel
    Object ID: 08.02.436
    Date: 1600-1699
    Origin: France
    Description: Oil on canvas of PEASANTS IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE WITH CLASSICAL RUINS. Of the Circle of Pierre Patel. (French, France)

  • Painting: "The Peddler's Family and The Broom Maker's Family"
    Artist: Cranmer, Charles
    Object ID: 08.02.411
    Date: 1802
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of oil on canvas paintings THE PEDDLER'S FAMILY and THE BROOM MAKER'S FAMILY. Each is signed and dated 1802.

  • Painting: "Pigs"
    Artist: Flint, Paul
    Object ID: 08.02.265
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on canvas in brown and white of pigs. (American, United States of America) (Greenville artist)

  • Painting: "Pink Roses with Chinese Jar"
    Artist: Simkins, Martha
    Object ID: 08.02.585
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed painting by Martha Simkins entitled "Pink Roses with Chinese Jar." Pink and other roses contained in a blue and white Chinese vessel, with a blue goblet to the left of the roses. (American, United States of America)

  • Print, Photographic: "Pisgah National Forest"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.482
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "Pisgah National Forest." Framed.

  • Painting: "Pitts, John Douglas"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.019
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of John Douglass Pitts (1841-1925). Pastor of First Baptist Church, Laurens for 30 years. Received honorary degree from Furman in 1900.

  • Painting: "Pitts, Reuben"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.020
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Reuben Pitts (1882-1963). Furman Board of Trustees 1926-1956. Received Honorary Degree 1951.

  • Painting: "The Plough Inn, Eltham, Kent"
    Artist: Shayer, William Sr.
    Object ID: 08.02.410
    Date: 1847
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Painting of THE PLOUGH INN, ELTHAM, KENT, oil on canvas. Signed with the initials of both artists and dated 1847. by William Shayer Sr. (figures) and Edward Charles Williams (landscape). (British, Great Britain, English, England)

  • Painting: "Plyler, Beatrice (Mrs. John Laney Plyler)"
    Artist: Hoffman, George Daniel
    Object ID: 08.02.004
    Date: 1961
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Mrs. John L. (Bea) Plyler in a blue/grey dress with a large flower on the front. She has one hand on a marble table. Large gold frame.

  • Painting: "Plyler, John Laney"
    Artist: Stapko, Gregory
    Object ID: 08.02.062
    Date: 1968
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of John Laney Plyler, president of FU 1939-1964.

  • Print: "Por que fue sensible"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.217
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #32, entitled "Por que fue sensible" which translates to "Because she was sensitive" or "She was so easily influenced." Depicts a seated female in a dark room. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: The Lopez De Ayala Manuscript suggests that this woman is in prison because she has become pregnant. In Goya's Spain, there was a law that persecuted women for birthing illegitimate children, thereby encouraging the practice of abortion (Sayre 94).

  • Painting: "Portrait of Lady Impey"
    Artist: Gainsborough, Thomas
    Object ID: 08.02.414
    Date: 1786
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas PORTRAIT OF LADY IMPEY. (British, Great Britain, English, England)

  • Painting: "Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Daniel"
    Artist: DePre, Grace Annette
    Object ID: 08.02.444
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: A pair of oil on canvas paintings of PORTRAITS OF MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. DANIEL, each signed and unframed.

  • Painting: "Poteat, Edwin McNeill"
    Artist: Walker, Margaret Moore
    Object ID: 08.02.027
    Date: 1937
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Edwin McNeill Poteat (1861-1937). Furman Professor of Philosophy and Bible 1903-1918, 1934-36. President of FU 1903-1918.

  • Print: "Probecitas!"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.184
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #22, entitled "Pobrecitas" which translates to "Poor little things!" Depicts two hooded females with backs to viewer and two men to back.

  • Print, Photographic: "Purple Iris"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.475
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Color photograph of "Purple Iris." Framed.

  • Print: "Qual la descanonan!"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.186
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #21, entitled "Qual la descanonan" which translates to "How they are plucking her" or "How They Pluck Them!" Depicts four figures, one with a sword and one baby with a bird's wing.

  • Print: "Que se la llevaron!"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.202
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #8, entitled "Que se la llevaron" which translates to "And so they kidnapped her." Depicts a woman being held by men. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: This plate has the darkest background of the whole series. It is appropriate for the terror of this crude frightening embrace (Lopez-Rey 108).

  • Print, Photographic: "Rainbow Falls"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.477
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Color photograph of "Rainbow Falls." Framed.

  • Painting: "Ramsey, David"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.005
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of David Marshall Ramsay (1857-1957). Chairman of joint Furman and Greenville Woman's College board of Trustees 1891-1907. President of GWC 1911-1930.

  • Painting: "Reality of Unreality"
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.124
    Date: 1969
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting- large yellow and pink figures in the center. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Reality of Unreality"
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.126
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting-- Dark purple background with bulbous pastel abstract figures "Reality of Unreality" written on back of canvas. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Reality of Unreality"
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.128
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting---Blue and green background, bulbous orange, green and purple figures Label on back reads: Dr. Ayne F. Furman, 6334 Olde Towne Court, Alexandria, VA 22307. An additional label is addressed to Dr. Johns, President. "#7" is written on the wood strechers. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: "Reality of Unreality III"
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.130
    Date: 1977
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting---Geometric and striped background with lime, white, fleshtone and blues. Bulbous abstract figures in yellow, purple, and green. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Red Circle Maine"
    Artist: Neal, Raymond
    Object ID: 08.02.172
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Serigraph on paper. Framed under glass and signed in the lower right "R...N..." Inscribed in the lower left " 'Red Circle Maine' artist's proof."

  • Painting: "Reflected Communication"
    Artist: Welch, William/Welch, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.104
    Date: 1975
    Origin:
    Description: Painting/collage of phone booths attached pieces of paper with printed trees, etc.; framed. .

  • Painting: "Rhame, Dupre"
    Artist: Gillespie, S. Neil
    Object ID: 08.02.313
    Date: 1975
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Dupre Rhame. Furman Professor of Music. Founder and Director of Furman Singers. .

  • Print: "Richard Nixon"
    Artist: Wilson, James G.
    Object ID: 08.02.419
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Silver print of RICHARD NIXON dedicated and autographed by Richard Nixon. .

  • Print, Photographic: "Richmond-Carmel Cemetery"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1021
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Richmond-Carmel Cemetery, Anderson County, SC; tall trees with ground covered in leaves; tombstones askew and scattered

  • Print, Photographic: "Richland Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1042
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Richland Presbyterian Church, Oconee County, SC; one-story white clapboard sided church; three gables in front with octaganal architectural feature on top; three tall arched windows along side.

  • Painting: "Riddle, Charles Dayton"
    Artist: Szilagyi, Ervin
    Object ID: 08.02.043
    Date: 1953
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles Dayton Riddle (1901-1964). Furman University professor of Biology (1926-1964) and Registrar (1940-1948)

  • Print, Photographic: "Rider in Red"
    Artist: Powell, Luke
    Object ID: 08.02.496
    Date: 2001
    Origin: Afghanistan
    Description: Large print of men on horseback playing a Buskashi game; taken in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan in February 2001. Powell wrote in pencil at bottom of print: Red Rider, Buskashi Game, Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh Province, Afghanistan, 2002, inkjet print 2005. Epson Ultrachrome dyes. A description provided by Powell on his website reads: The rider in red is wearing a traditional costume, but the men on the other team are wearing Russian tank helmets.

  • Painting: "Riley, Josie McBride"
    Artist: Cassone, Gian
    Object ID: 08.02.541
    Date: 1966
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed portrait of Josie McBride Riley, Dr. Kathleen Riley's mother. Mrs. Riley was the earliest female members of the Furman Board of Trustees, beginning in 1940.

  • Painting: "Rinker, Mr. and Mrs. Marshal E."
    Artist: Hein, Laurie Snow
    Object ID: 08.02.651
    Date: c. 2008
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Mr. David B. Rinker's parents: Mr. Marshall E. Rinker and Mrs. Vera Lea Rinker.

  • Print: "River Landscape"
    Artist: Garcia y Rodriguez
    Object ID: 08.02.545
    Date:
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Framed print of a small boat in a river with lush surroundings and a gated stairway. This print is of Seville/Sevilla, Spain and includes an image of the tower, La Giralda, in the right background. This tower of the Cathedral of Seville was built around the minaret of the mosque that originally stood on this site.

  • Print, Photographic: "Road Building"
    Artist: Powell, Luke
    Object ID: 08.02.495
    Date: 2001
    Origin: Afghanistan
    Description: Large print of men building a road West of Yakaolang in Afghanistan in December 2001. Powell wrote in pencil at bottom of print: Road Building, between Yakaolang and Yarputch, Afghanistan, December 2001. A description provided by Powell on his website reads: Local people were aware that trade and development depend upon the completion of roads that made their districts accessible to motorized transport. They were building the road themselves by hand in hopes that once this was done, aid groups or the government would help them complete the bridges and other short stretches of road that required engineering skills and equipment beyond their capabilities.

  • Print, Photographic: "Roan Mountain"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.479
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "Roan Mountain." Framed.

  • Print, Photographic: "Roberts Presbyterian"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1043
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Roberts Presbyterian Church, Anderson County, SC; cemetery in front with three marble tombstones prominent in foreground; brick church and tree in background.

  • Print: "Rose Garden, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina"
    Artist: Mitchell, Dick
    Object ID: 08.02.489
    Date: 1996
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Signed print, #1 of 500 of the "Rose Garden," Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Print, Photographic: "Ruhamah Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1029
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of engraved stone at Ruhamah Baptist Church, Pickens County, SC.

  • Painting: "The Shack"
    Artist: Waters, Emily
    Object ID: 08.02.579
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed oil on masonite of a rustic building with gray-pastel colored walls and yellows, oranges, greens in the roof. The shack with a fence sits in the midst of trees near what appears to be a river.

  • Pinting: "A Shepherd Sleeping by his Flock"
    Artist: Barsteagh, G.
    Object ID: 08.02.450
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor over pencil of A SHEPHERD SLEEPING BY HIS FLOCK, signed.

  • Painting: "Simkins, Eldred"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.021
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Eldred Simkins (1779-1831). Simkins gave the land for the Furman Academy to the SC Baptist Convention in 1826. Plate attached to frame reads: "Eldred Simkins, 1779-1831, One of Furman's first benefactors." Label on the back (no longer there) read: Eldred Simkins 1779-1831. Donor of the Land for the Furman Academy at Edgefield, 1826. Presented by Miss Virginia Simkins 1968.

  • Print: "Simple Truth"
    Artist: Cross, Sidney
    Object ID: 08.02.208
    Date: 1987
    Origin:
    Description: Color woodcut print of figure in distress on left and opossum on right in wood frame.

  • Print: "Sir Galahand being led to the Seat Perilous"
    Artist: Abbey, Edwin Austin
    Object ID: 08.02.528
    Date: 1987
    Origin:
    Description: The print is a reproduction of an Edwin Austin Abbey illustration entitled "Sir Galahad being led to the Seat Perilous." The original, which hangs in the Boston Public Library, was unveiled in 1901.

  • Print: "Si sabra mas el discipulo?"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.219
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #37, entitled "Si sabra mas el discipulo?" which translates to "Could it be that the pupil knows more?" or "Can the Pupil Know More?" Depicts a donkey reading a lesson with an open book. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: This is the first of six prints in the series in which humans are depicted as asses. This is also a convention of 19th century literature: the asnerias. Bihalji-Merin suggests that the character of the ass encompasses ignorance and "supercilious arrongance" of the nobility (21).

  • Painting: "Six Mile Mountain"
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.152
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Acrylic painting of trees and mountain on a green field. (American, United States of America) (Furman artist)

  • Painting: "Sketch on the Schuylkill"
    Artist: Moran, Edward
    Object ID: 08.02.486
    Date: 1868
    Origin:
    Description: "Sketch on the Schuylkill" by Edward Moran. Small painting of trees in fall in orange, red, greens. Gold frame.

  • Print, Photographic: "Soapstone Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1034
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Soapstone Baptist Church, Pickens County, SC; trees, bushes, and large rocks in foreground with tope of church and steeple visible in background.

  • Painting: "Some Trees"
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.153
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil Painting, pines, thick imposto. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Southern Riches"
    Artist: Antonaccio, Egidio
    Object ID: 08.02.544
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print of a gazebo and blooming azaleas and other flowers in pinks, purples, and whites.

  • Painting: "Still Lifes with Carnations"
    Artist: French School
    Object ID: 08.02.418
    Date: 1700-1799
    Origin: France
    Description: Pair of paintings, each oil on canvas. STILL LIFES WITH CARNATIONS. Of the French School, 18th century.

  • Painting: "Still Life with Flowers in a Vase"
    Artist: Spanish School
    Object ID: 08.02.434
    Date: 1700-1799
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Oil on canvas of STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS IN A VASE. Of the Spanish School. (Spain)

  • Painting: "Still Life with Flowers in a Vase"
    Artist: Dyf, Marcel
    Object ID: 08.02.442
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: France
    Description: Oil on canvas STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS IN A VASE, signed. (French, France)

  • Print: "St. Jilian"
    Artist: Sikora, G.
    Object ID: 08.02.228
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Intaglia print colorful priest figure, to the left holds green bag with snakes and scorpions. framed.

  • Print, Photographic: "St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1032
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Walhalla, Oconee County, SC; front of church with white clapboard siding; tower in front with steeple on top; tall stained glass windows on either side of door; two stained glass windows above arched doorway.

  • Print, Photographic: "St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1033
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church interior, Walhalla, Oconee County, SC; photo taken from front of church; white wooden pews with two sie ailes; stained glass window in back adn visible on sides and behind second story balcony.

  • Print, Photographic: "St. Jude's Chapel of Love"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.474
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "St. Jude's Chapel of Hope." Framed.

  • Print, Photographic: "St. Paul's Catholic Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1018
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of St. Paul's Catholic Church, Spartanburg, SC; tree in left foreground; close up of side of building with three arched windows and two supporting butresses.

  • Painting: "Stream in a Mountainous Landscape"
    Artist: Hulme, Frederick William
    Object ID: 08.02.443
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin: France
    Description: Oil on canvas of STREAM IN A MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE, signed. Has a large stream with a woman on the right and blue sky with clouds. (French, France)

  • Print: "Studio Corner"
    Artist: Benson, Frances
    Object ID: 08.02.187
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Woodblock, black & white print on paper; framed under glass. Inscribed in the lower left "Studio Corner" and signed in the lower right "Frances Benson."

  • Print: "Subir y balar"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.222
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #56, entitled "Subir y balar" which translates to "Ups and Downs." Depicts three figures in flight. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: A goat-god perches on the edge of a globe, grasping the legs of a man hoisted aloft. The supported man wears a military officer's jacket; smoke rises from his head and from his hands writhe fiery thunderbolts (Sayre 110). Lopez-Rey suggest this is a commentary on vanity (147). Many scholars speculate that the uniformed man with a sword is Manuel Godoy and the goat-god is Fortune.

  • Print: "Summer at Medfield, Mass."
    Artist: Inness, G.
    Object ID: 08.02.227
    Date: 1900
    Origin: Spain
    Description: "Summer at Medfield, Mass." by G. Inness. Sepia landscape print with house on right, trees, and cows; unframed. Rounded brown frame was removed in June 2006.

  • Print: "Sunday Morning in Sleepy Hollow"
    Artist: Jennie Brownscombe
    Object ID: 08.02.664
    Date: 1850-1936
    Origin:
    Description: Reproduction print "Sunday Morning in Sleepy Hollow" by Jennie Brownscombe. Also lists "Jas. E. King" as artist, unkown relation to print.

  • Print, Photographic: "Table Rock"
    Artist: Robertson, Bill
    Object ID: 08.02.480
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of "Table Rock." Framed.

  • Print: "The Taglioni Windsor Coach"
    Artist: Pollard, James
    Object ID: 08.02.534
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of carriage and horses entitled "The Taglioni Windsor Coach" painted by James Pollard.

  • Print: "This View of Cape Diamond and Wolf's Creek from Point a Pizeau"
    Artist: Cockburn, Lieut. Col.
    Object ID: 08.02.535
    Date: 1833
    Origin: Canada, Great Britain
    Description: Print of a harbor near Quebec, painted by Lieutenant Col. Cockburn, entitled "This View of Cape Diamond and Wolf's Cove from Point a Pizeau, Near Quebec, is by Special Permission dedicated to His Most Excellent Majesty William the Fourth." Print published in London by Ackermann & Co, 96 Strand in 1833.

  • Print: "This View of Cape Diamond and Wolf's Creek from Point a Pizeau"
    Artist: Cockburn, Lieut. Col.
    Object ID: 08.02.536
    Date: 1833
    Origin: Canada, Great Britain
    Description: Print entitled "This View of the Falls of Montorency, (Quebec in the Distance) is by Special Permission Dedicated to His Most Excellent Majesty William the Fourth" by Lieut. Col. Cockburn. Published by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand in London in 1833. Lots of discoloration on this print.

  • Painting: "Thomas, Virginia Evelyn"
    Artist: Gillespie, S. Neil
    Object ID: 08.02.324
    Date: 1968
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Virginia Evelyn Thomas (1898-1962), GWC Instructor of English 1921-1930, Professor of English 1931-1933, Dean of Woman's College 1933-1943.

  • Painting: "Thomas, Virginia E."
    Artist: Walker, Margaret Moore
    Object ID: 08.02.340
    Date: 1944
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Virginia Evelyn Thomas (1898-1962). GWC Faculty 1921- , Dean of GWC 1931-1943. Light is attached to frame.

  • Painting: "Timmons, Bill & Connie"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.017
    Date: 1998
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil portrait of Bill & Connie Timmons.

  • Print, Photographic: "Townes, Charles Hard"
    Artist: Gillespie, S. Neil
    Object ID: 08.02.512
    Date: 1969
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed photographic print of Charles Hard Townes. Plaque reads: Charles Hard Townes, Class of 1935, Nobel Prize in Physics 1964.

  • Painting: "Townes, Charles H."
    Artist: Michael Del Priore
    Object ID: 08.02.654
    Date: 2006
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Charles H. Townes. Signed in lower left-hand corner by artist. Dated 2006. Purchased 3/29/2006.

  • Painting: "Townes, Frances H."
    Artist: Michael Del Priore
    Object ID: 08.02.655
    Date: 2007
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Mrs. Frances H. Townes.Signed lower left-hand corner by artist. Dated 2007. Purchased 3/30/2007.

  • Painting: "Travelers in a River Landscape with Cows"
    Artist: Carter, T.
    Object ID: 08.02.428
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Oil on canvas of TRAVELERS IN A RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH COWS, signed and dated '49. A label on the back of the frame has the title listed as "Landscape and River and Figures"

  • Print, Photographic: "Travelers Rest United Methodist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1019
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Travelers Rest United Methodist Church, Travelers Rest, Greenville County, SC; tree in center foreground; building with white clapboard siding on left side and brick building wtih steeple in right background.

  • Painting: "Trees"
    Artist: Futral, Gladys or Gladys Spiak
    Object ID: 08.02.136
    Date: 1962
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting on masonite board in washes of orange, blue, yellow and green. Has 2 twisted trees to lower left on hill; framed.

  • Painting: "Trenton Falls, NY"
    Artist: Kummer, Julius
    Object ID: 08.02.167
    Date: 1817-1870
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: "Trenton Falls, NY" by Julius Hermann Kummer (1817-1870). Trenton Falls was one of the most popular places to paint in the 19th century.

  • Print, Photographic: "Trinity Epsicopal Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1037
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Trinity Episcopal Church, Abbevile, SC; stone gothic church with tower, spires and steeple; surrounded by iron gate.

  • Print: "Trinity Lutheran Church"
    Artist: Flowers, Thomas E. "Tom"
    Object ID: 08.02.542
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of Trinity Lutheran Church in Greenville by Thomas E. Flowers. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Tu que no puedes"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.177
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate 42, entitled "Tu que no puedes" which translates to "You cannot do it, carry me on your shoulders" (first part of a Spanish proverb) or "They Cannot Help It." From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: Tragically, the Spanish peasants were forced to carry the burden of an idle aristocracy (Bihalji-Merin 21).

  • Painting: "Twin Falls, Jasper National Park"
    Artist: Kennedy, John J.
    Object ID: 08.02.168
    Date: 1988
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor, vertical composition mostly greens and blue-greens, cluster of trees to the right, waterfall at the center; framed. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: "Unos a otros"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.211
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print entitled "Unos a otros" which translates to "One to the other" or "Now One, Now Another."

  • Print, Photographic: "Upper Long Cane Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1035
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Upper Long Cane Presbyterian Church cemetery, Abbeville County, SC; tombstones throughout with large tree shading foreground.

  • Print: "View of Ovmal near Amsterdam"
    Artist: Rembrandt and Rue Baoer
    Object ID: 08.02.634
    Date: 1645
    Origin: The Netherlands
    Description: Etching "View of Ovmal near Amsterdam," Rembrandt, 1645, hand printed by Rue Baoer

  • Painting: "View of Quarry"
    Artist: Cave, Leonard
    Object ID: 08.02.266
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on canvas, abstract landscape in browns, whites, blacks, blues. (American, United States of America) (Furman artist)

  • Painting: "View on the Yare"
    Artist: Ladbrooke, Robert
    Object ID: 08.02.413
    Date: 1700-1899
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Oil on canvas painting of VIEW ON THE YARE. (British, Great Britain, English, England)

  • Print: "Visions of Sal Paradise"
    Artist: Flowers, Mark Elliot
    Object ID: 08.02.180
    Date: 1975
    Origin:
    Description: Woodblock (woodcut, black & white) print on paper; framed under glass. Signed. Inscribed in the lower left and center: "Visions of Sal Paradise" 5/10. The title is a reference from a character in "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac.

  • Print: "Volaverunt"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.207
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #61, entitled "Volaverunt." Depicts a women in the air, floating, standing on figures in the sky. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: In 18th century Spain, this Latin word expressed, goodheartedly, the complete loss of something (Lopez-Rey 151). Bihalji-Merin and Ferrari, as well as most scholars, agree that this etching depicts the flight of a former lover of the artist, the Duchess of Alba (21). It has also been interpreted as a statement on female inconstancy (Lopez-Rey 151).

  • Print, Photographic: "Watkins, Henry Hitts"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.323
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Photograph on canvas of original painting of Judge Henry Hitts Watkins, former Furman student class of 1883.

  • Painting: "Waves Swirling over Rocks"
    Artist: Ritschel, William
    Object ID: 08.02.433
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil on panel of WAVES SWIRLING OVER ROCKS, signed. (American, United States of America, German artist)

  • Print, Photographic: "Welcome Baptist Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1027
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Welcome Baptist Church, Anderson, SC; wooden double doors with transom above door; wood siding on building.

  • Print: "Welcome to Furman"
    Artist: McCall, Marshall
    Object ID: 08.02.1005
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Print of "Welcome to Furman" by Marshall McCall; signed by the artist, 78/950; in green mat and gold frame.

  • Print: "Welcome to Furman"
    Artist: McCall, Marshall
    Object ID: 08.02.473
    Date: 2002
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed print of "Welcome to Furman." Print shows the entrance to Furman with the Gate Houses, trees, and azaleas blooming in the spring time.

  • Print, Photographic: "Westminster Presbyterian Church"
    Artist: Fowler, Amanda
    Object ID: 08.02.1015
    Date: 2003
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph of Westminster Presbyterian Church, Oconee County, SC; artistic view of church with white clapboard siding looking up to trees and steeple; round floral-like decoration on side.

  • Print: "Ya van desplumandos"
    Artist: Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de
    Object ID: 08.02.189
    Date: 1793-1798
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Goya print, Plate #20, entitled "Ya van desplumandos" which translates to "They are leaving, plucked" or "They're Already Plucked." Depicts women with brooms after children in form of birds. From Explanatory Notes on the Plates: This scene takes place within a pen. It refers to the old Spanish identification of lecherour women as hens. Goya expounds on what happens to the client of a prostitute after he has been fleeced for all he is worth in money and self-respect (Sayre 84).

  • Print: "Yellow Poll Warbler"
    Artist: Audubon, John James
    Object ID: 08.02.423
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Reproduction of Audubon Yellow Poll Warbler.

  • Print, Photographic: "Young Karen Maui Thai Fighter Waiting in the Ring, Outside Mae Sot, Thailand"
    Artist: Robert E. Gerhardt, Jr.
    Object ID: 08.02.1012
    Date: 2006
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Black and white photograph entitled "Young Karen Maui Thai Fighter Waiting in the Ring, Outside Mae Sot, Thailand" from the series "Life on the Border: The Karen People of Burma" by Robert E. Gerhardt, Jr. The photograph is a silver gelatin print on 16" x 20" fiber paper and signed by the artist on verso.

  • Painting: "Younts, Melvin and Dollie"
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.521
    Date: 2006
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Painting of Melvin and Dollie Younts. Includes plaque reading Melvin K. Younts Class of 1950 Dollie Isgett Younts Benefactors of the Younts Conference Center

  • Print: "Yucca or Spanish Bayonet"
    Artist: Cooper, Nonah J.
    Object ID: 08.02.008
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of a yucca or Spanish Bayonet plant.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.011
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print- Reads: "Ca:Campbell Ins: etDelin: a scale of 40 ft- Extends 245. This new design of my intenvion is most humble inscrib'd to the Rt. Hon'ble the Lord Percival &c: Elevation d'un Nouveau Design de mon Invention Dedie a My Lord Percival &c."

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.012
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print. Reads: Prospectus Regis Palatis LIMNUCHENSIS. The Prospect of the Royal Palace of Linlithgow. The plate is most humbly Inscribed to the Hon'ble S'r James Cunynghame of Milnoraig Bar'lt.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.013
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print. Reads: L. Knuff D. Badminton in the County of Gloucester one of the Seats of the most Noble and Potent Henry Duke of Beaufort, Marguesse and Earle of Worcester Baron Herbert of Chepstow Raglan and Gower, and Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: William M. Hart
    Object ID: 08.02.028
    Date: 1823-1894
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a cow's head by William M. Hart (1823-1894).

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.029
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Multiple prints of landscapes, homes, other subjects. Several prints have not been photographed as their value needs to be examined.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.038
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Unknown.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: John Abraham Slezer
    Object ID: 08.02.045
    Date: 1693
    Origin: Scotland
    Description: Framed print. Reads: Rudera Caenoby de Corsregal seu crucis S'ti Reguli. The Ruines of y'e Abby of Corsregal. This plate is most humbly inscribed to William Lan of Laureston Esq'r.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.046
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print. Reads: Prospectus Oppidi BRECHINE. The Prospect of y'e Tonne of Crechin. This plate is most humbly Inscribed to the Hon'ble Collonell John Campbel.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: C. Smith
    Object ID: 08.02.1001
    Date: 1986
    Origin:
    Description: Small framed print of Furman's old campus by C. Smith, 1986. In a brown wooden frame with off-white matting.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.1007
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Water color of Furman's Rose Garden.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Kitchell, Hudson Mindell
    Object ID: 08.02.1055
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of a landscape in oranges, reds, browns, yellows, greens by Hudson Mindell Kitchell, (1862-1944). Appears to have several teepee shaped structures in the background.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Greenleaf, Benjamin
    Object ID: 08.02.1056
    Date: April 14, 1857
    Origin:
    Description: Framed portrait/print of an unknown man by Benjamin Greenleaf.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Beauregard, C.G.
    Object ID: 08.02.1058
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Small framed oil painting of a pastoral scene by Charles Grant Beauregard. Contained within a shadow box, which was used to protect the painting if it was hung near or above a fireplace.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Steenks, G.L.
    Object ID: 08.02.1059
    Date: 1897
    Origin:
    Description: Small framed oil still life painting by G.L. Steenks. Contained within a shadow box, which was used to protect the painting if it was hung near or above a fireplace.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Brown, William Mason
    Object ID: 08.02.1061
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Framed oil still life painting of fruit by William Mason Brown.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Drake, W.H.
    Object ID: 08.02.1062
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Framed oil painting of a seaside scene by William Henry Drake.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Davis, Joseph H.
    Object ID: 08.02.1063
    Date: 1830
    Origin:
    Description: Work on paper by Joseph H. Davis. Framed memorial to Benjamin Simmons, Jun, and Falle H. Simmons, Madison, November 1830. Has two figures with memorial written in center.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Cross, Syd
    Object ID: 08.02.107
    Date: 1953
    Origin:
    Description: Appears to be tempera on heavy paper of a simplified landscape; framed under glass. Signed in lower right "Syd Cross '53."

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.108
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Ink and watercolor on paper of a country road with a metal bridge. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.109
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor and ink on paper of yellows/pinks/lavender. Signed in lower right "Tom Flowers." (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Folk, Buddy
    Object ID: 08.02.111
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor on paper of subdued blues/reds; framed under glass. Signed in the lower right "Folk." (American, United States of America) (Furman graduate)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flint, Paul
    Object ID: 08.02.112
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting of reddish train car on green background. (American, United States of America) (Greenville artist)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Halsey, William
    Object ID: 08.02.115
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on board of low-country row houses and laundry on line. Second painting on back. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina artist)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.118
    Date: 1840-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Oil portrait of a gentleman wearing wig, holding cane in raised right hand, dark background. He wears a dark coat with a red undershirt.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Bruns, Robert
    Object ID: 08.02.120
    Date: 1947
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of female nude, seated on floor with green background. Wooden frame.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Bruns, Robert
    Object ID: 08.02.121
    Date: 1947
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of female nude top with pink skirt. Female has short dark hair. Framed.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.125
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting-- Dark red, turquoise and purple geometric background with large brightly colored bulbous abstract figure. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.127
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting---Green background, bulbous pastel figures. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.129
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting---Dark green, light purple and maroon geometric background with similar colored bulbous figures. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Sacklarian, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.131
    Date: 1976
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting---Two-tone green background with bulbous pastel and fleshtone abstract figures. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Blackwood, Charles
    Object ID: 08.02.132
    Date: 1980
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract oil painting in mixed earth-tone blocks; framed. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Broom, Janet/Janet Broom Schumann
    Object ID: 08.02.137
    Date: 1967
    Origin:
    Description: Painting on canvas of boats in blue, white and yellow.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Stringer, R.
    Object ID: 08.02.141
    Date: 1940
    Origin:
    Description: Primitive landscape painting.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Morrison, J.A.
    Object ID: 08.02.142
    Date: 1886
    Origin:
    Description: Scottish landscape with castle, contemporary gold frame.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Morrison, J.A.
    Object ID: 08.02.142
    Date: 1886
    Origin:
    Description: Scottish landscape with castle, contemporary gold frame.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.143
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a well.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Corot, Camille
    Object ID: 08.02.144
    Date: c. 1850
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of figure in woods, dark and gloomy; attributed to Camille Corot or Charles Daubigny.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.149
    Date: c. 1860
    Origin:
    Description: Oil painting of Hudson River near Westpoint, NY.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Shelby, Diane
    Object ID: 08.02.150
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting of 10th Green, Furman Golf Course. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.151
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor, yellow, birch like trees. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Brown, Harrison Bird
    Object ID: 08.02.161
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a stormy seascape by Harrison Bird Brown (1831-1915).

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Goodwin, Richard L.
    Object ID: 08.02.162
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of country pasture by Richard La Barre Goodwin (1840-1910).

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Eggleston, Benjamin Osro
    Object ID: 08.02.166
    Date: 1867-1937
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of man with chickens in spring by Benjamin Osro Eggleston (1867-1937).

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Kennedy, John J.
    Object ID: 08.02.169
    Date: 1988
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor, mountains from upper left corner to midway on right horizontal composition, evergreens and river; framed (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Kennedy, John J.
    Object ID: 08.02.170
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Watercolor, horizontal composition, two trees to left overhanging creek dark blues, greens churning water; framed The second photograph attached to this record has an unfinished sketch on the back side. The sketch, which is painted, is of household items, including a pitcher, truck, and lamp in purples, blues and browns. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.183
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---2 figs, woman holding vegetation and book, man holding testament; XX on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.185
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---elfish man bearded, seated, woman seated; LX on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.188
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---5 main figures, man w/hat woman holding him, man on one knee, death, and boy in hat; XC in print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Wineford, J. (?)
    Object ID: 08.02.190
    Date: 1955
    Origin:
    Description: Woodblock, black & white print on paper of a rodeo scene and calf roping; framed under glass. Signed in the lower right "J Wineford 55."

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.191
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---3 figures and monkey, boy riding goat, girl w/doll, X on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Wineford, J. (?)
    Object ID: 08.02.193
    Date: 1951
    Origin:
    Description: Woodblock, black & white print on paper of Native Americans dancing. Signed in the lower right "J. Wineford 51."

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.194
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---3 main figures, woman, boy drawing, man with compass; XXXX on print

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Price, Adrian
    Object ID: 08.02.196
    Date: 1946
    Origin:
    Description: Print on paper of railroad workers; framed under glass. Inscribed in lower left (on mat) "1014" and in lower right "Adrian Price 46."

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.197
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---3 main figures, 2 boys, crouching man with beard; LXXX on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.199
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---2 seated men at table, boy, woman in background; L on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.201
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---5 main figures, man w/hat, woman, man, dead man in bed, and boy; C on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.203
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---4 figures, woman, man w/hat, seated man with glasses, boy; LXX on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.205
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Small round etching print, one of ten; framed---3 figures, boy, man, and woman seated; XXX on print.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Johns, Jasper
    Object ID: 08.02.210
    Date: 1974
    Origin:
    Description: Print of 2 American flags, silver frame.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Parton, Arthur
    Object ID: 08.02.226
    Date: 1885
    Origin:
    Description: Landscape print in black and white of a man in a boat, fishing a river by Arthur Parton and Jas. S. King. Removed from frame in June 2006.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.231
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Woodcut print on fabric, two figures seated, 2 reclining figures; framed.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Dreskin-Haig, Jeanet
    Object ID: 08.02.233
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print, black and white, of 3 triangular-shaped, tree-like objects on a textured foreground; unframed.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Dreskin-Haig, Jeanet
    Object ID: 08.02.233
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print, black and white, of 3 triangular-shaped, tree-like objects on a textured foreground; unframed.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Dolph, John
    Object ID: 08.02.238
    Date: 1835-1903
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of several dogs by John Henry Dolph (1835 1903).

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.240
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of mountain and river scene.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.243
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print of mountain and lake scene.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.253
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Portrait of Mary C. Judson.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Casteel
    Object ID: 08.02.268
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Painting, still life of flowers.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Van Ingen, Henry
    Object ID: 08.02.292
    Date: 1833-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a horse by Henry Van Ingen.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Hillsmith, Fannie
    Object ID: 08.02.293
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a barn scene with chickens and a ladder by Fannie Hillsmith.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Kitchell, Hudson M.
    Object ID: 08.02.296
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a sailboat on the water at dusk by Hudson M. Kitchell (1862-1944).

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Cass, George Nelson
    Object ID: 08.02.297
    Date: 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of a bowl of fruit by Georg Nelson Cass (1825/31 - 1882).

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Boulanger, G. Rodo
    Object ID: 08.02.300
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of a group playing musical instruments.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Boulanger, G. Rodo
    Object ID: 08.02.301
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of a group playing musical instruments.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Boulanger, G. Rodo
    Object ID: 08.02.302
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Color print of a girl playing the cello.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Mills, Robert
    Object ID: 08.02.310
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Brightly colored painting of a creek and its surroundings. (American, United States of America) (South Carolina artist)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.311
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor of bright colors with abstract people, buildings, landscape, others. Attached to wall with glass and metal framing.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Boulanger, G. Rodo
    Object ID: 08.02.312
    Date: 1977
    Origin:
    Description: Brightly colored print of a girl playing a violin.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.315
    Date: 1977
    Origin:
    Description: Print with blues, reds, golds in abstract sections and music symbols throughout.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Matisse, Henri
    Object ID: 08.02.317
    Date: 1952
    Origin:
    Description: Brightly colored print with figures, violin, etc.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.318
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of various horns.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.319
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of various flutes, clarinets

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.326
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of Richard Biggs Quick used in 1920 Bonhomie yearbook. Richard Biggs Quick attended Furman University from 1917-1919, but passed away during the fall semester of his senior year on September 13, 1919. The 1920 Bonhomie yearbook has a memoriam for him. He was the son of G.W. Quick, a Greenville pastor. The September 8, 1919 Furman Hornet states that Richard Quick drowned in Highland Lake near Hendersonville.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.341
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Unknown Lady

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.421
    Date: 1978
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor of TIVOLI GARDENS; signed, titled, and dated '78.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.435
    Date: 1978
    Origin:
    Description: Group of four decorative prints of various sizes.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.437
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Group of Five decorative prints of American landscapes.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.438
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Group of four decorative prints of birds. Various sizes.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Ennis, John
    Object ID: 08.02.446
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: A decorative British print. Three decorative prints of birds originally part of SOTH 566 are missing. Painting of two dogs also part of SOTH 566 is listed separately as #08.02.458.

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist: Watson, Emmett
    Object ID: 08.02.447
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Photographic reproduction of a painting.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.451
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Four photographic reproductions of prints of various sizes.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.458
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Painting of 2 spaniel or hunting dogs.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.465
    Date: 1985
    Origin: Russia
    Description: Framed Russian poster, written in cyrillic. Translation: "The plans of the party are the plans of the people." and "To every enterprise, region, territory and republic- the resources of super-planned economy."

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Tyler, Bayard Henry
    Object ID: 08.02.487
    Date: 1800-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Landscape oil painting of scene on the Hudson, Cornwall, New York by Bayard Henry Tyler. In subdued blues and grays. Reflection on lake with boat tied to a pier.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Zorn, Sarah
    Object ID: 08.02.498
    Date: 2005
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Paired photographs, black and white, of a baby and an elderly woman's hands. According to Zorn, "I chose to juxtapose the baby and the old woman's hands to play off the quote of the library being a mirror to the past and a window to the future. The baby is rolling around- not yet able to crawl. The light is illuminating the soft, untouched skin of the baby's arm. The woman with the weathered, arthritic hands has a drop of blook on her finger. These hands tell a story; they become biographical in a sense. Both of these photos allow the viewer a glance at a fleeting, ethereal moment in human existence."

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist: Jackson, Kim
    Object ID: 08.02.500
    Date: 2005
    Origin: South Africa
    Description: Color photograph of old stone arches and modern skyline in Pretoria, South Africa. According to Kim Jackson: "This picture was taken from the top of the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria, South Africa. The old stone arches are symbolic of South Africa's gray apartheid past. The bright blue skyline of South Africa's capital city is seen through archways and it foretells of the incredible future that the New South Africa is entering into."

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist: Faucette, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.505
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of the Furman lake.

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist: Faucette, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.506
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of the Reedy River waterfalls in downtown Greenville at Reedy River Park.

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist: Faucette, Stephen
    Object ID: 08.02.507
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color photograph of a waterfall. Framed.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.514
    Date:
    Origin: Great Britain
    Description: Framed print. Reads: The North Prospect of Clifden House in Buckingham Shire the Seat of the Righ Honorable Earl of Orkney, General of the Infantry, one of the Lords of his Majesty's Bedchamber and Knight of the most ancient Order of the Thistle and to whom this Plate is most humbly inscribed.

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.516
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Portrait of Richard Riley.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Abbey, Edwin Austin
    Object ID: 08.02.529
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: The print is a depiction of a scene from the life of Sir Galahad. It depicts Sir Galahad kneeling to receive some sort of consecration or the Holy Grail.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Abbey, Edwin Austin
    Object ID: 08.02.530
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: The print is a depiction of a scene from the life of Sir Galahad. It depicts Sir Galahad kneeling next to a woman in white.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Abbey, Edwin Austin
    Object ID: 08.02.531
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: The print is a depiction of a scene from the life of Sir Galahad. It depicts Sir Galahad clad in a gold robe holding hands with a group of people to whom he is bowing.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.538
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Print of lady in green shackled to wall. Printed by Curtis and Cameron, but artist's name is too faded to read.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Thompson, A.
    Object ID: 08.02.546
    Date: 1987
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print of a blooming wooded landscape.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Thompson, A.
    Object ID: 08.02.547
    Date: 1986
    Origin:
    Description: Framed print of blooming rhododendrons in pinks, purples, and greens.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Keeling, David A. of University Artworks
    Object ID: 08.02.567
    Date: 1987
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Proof for charcoal drawings of new campus- 1of 2 featuring Library, Furman Hall and Plyler Hall. Unsigned.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Keeling, David A. of University Artworks
    Object ID: 08.02.568
    Date: 1987
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Proof for charcoal drawings of new campus- 1of 2 featuring Library, Furman Hall and Plyler Hall. Unsigned.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Keeling, David A. of University Artworks
    Object ID: 08.02.569
    Date: 1987
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Proof for charcoal drawings of new campus- 1of 2 featuring Rose Garden, Dining Hall, Lake, and Bell Tower. Unsigned.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Keeling, David A. of University Artworks
    Object ID: 08.02.570
    Date: 1987
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Proof for charcoal drawings of new campus- 1of 2 featuring Rose Garden, Dining Hall, Lake, and Bell Tower. Signed.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Poole, Michael
    Object ID: 08.02.570
    Date: 1969
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Abstract painting on canvas in pastel peaches and blues with metal frame. Written on reverse: IV, Michael Poole, Summer 1969, Chapel Hill, NC.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Harrill, James
    Object ID: 08.02.580
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Print of an open window looking outside at a desert scene. In light blues, whites, and browns. Written on print: Leslie Levy Gallery. Scottsdale, Arizona.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Tom
    Object ID: 08.02.582
    Date: 1970
    Origin: Spain
    Description: Postcard sent by Tom Flowers to the Library Staff, featuring a watercolor painting by Flowers of a bull and matador. Signed. Reverse reads: 10/25/70 Barcelona. Somehow the bull always loses- Today though the bull got several- including a horse before he met his fate. Weather has turned cold so was dark and cold before the end. My best to everyone. Tom

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.591
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Reedy River Bridge at South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.592
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail from the building used by the East North Street YWCA. Blue sky in the background with the detail in red, black, and cream. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.593, #08.02.594, and #08.02.595.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.593
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail, possibly from the Greenville Hotel on East Washington Street.. Blue sky in background with detail in red, black, cream with a capitalized G and H in the center of a circle. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.592, #08.02.594, and #08.02.595.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.594
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail from the Piedmont and Northern Rep. Building on McBee Avenue in cream, black, and red with a blue sky background. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.592, #08.02.593, and #08.02.595.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.595
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail in cream that reads: Established 1872. From the First National Bank building on South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.596
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a C&WC Railway trestle. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.598
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the cupola of the Greek Orthodox Church, off of North Main Street and Academy Street. Destroyed in 1994. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.600
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a cannon at the entrance to the Springwood Cemetery. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.601, #08.02.606, and #08.02.619.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.601
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an exhaust fan at Stone Manufacturing in red, green, black. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.600, #08.02.606, and #08.02.619.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.602
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a light fixture at Old City Hall, South Main Street. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.603
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an unidentified cupola with a green roof with GC on the weathervane. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.604
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the springhead from the Joel R. Poinsett Place, off of Highway 25 North, south of Flat Rock, NC. The springhead is now located in front of the Poinsett Hotel. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.605
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of Old City Hall or the Old Post Office in red with a blue sky background. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.606
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a roof fixture on Old City Hall. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.600, #08.02.601, and #08.02.619.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.607
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Greenville skyline, featuring A.M.E. Methodist Church, Liberty Life Building, Poinsett Hotel and Downtown Baptist Church. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.608
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an entrance to the Old Greenville High School on Westfield Street, which later became Greenville Junior High. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.609
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of Greenville buildings, including Duke Mayonnaise, Nuckasee Manufacturing, South Main Street, and the Reedy River Bridge. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.610
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Greenville skyline, looking north on Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.611
    Date: 1971
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of Old City Hall or the Old Post Office. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.612
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of Court Street, featuring the Liberty Life building, the Court House, the Poinsett Hotel, and the entrance to Stone Manufacturing (old cigar factory). Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.613
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Greenville skyline, featuring the Poinsett Hotel and other buildings. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.614
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Laurens Street Entrance of the Peoples National Bank. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.615
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Old Nuckasee Manufacturing Company in light green and red with a blue sky background. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.616
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the main entrance to Springwood Cemetery. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.617
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Greenville skyline, featuring the Poinsett Hotel, SC National Bank, and the Daniel Building, with trees in the foreground and Paris Mountain in the background. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.618
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the Gerber Company Office building or Old Meadors Candy Manufacturing building, South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.619
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a cross at St. Mary's Catholic Church with a blue sky background. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.600, #08.02.601, and #08.02.606.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.620
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a decorative roof details on Old City Hall. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.621
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the barber shop sign at the Poinsett Hotel, South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.622
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a lamp post at the 4th Presbyterian Church. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.623
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail from Smithwick Jewelers, North Main Street. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.624
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of the details of an iron window guard at the Peoples National Bank. Signed. (Greenville)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.625
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of a light fixture at the Old Court House, South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.626.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Austin, Elizabeth Reid
    Object ID: 08.02.626
    Date: 1967
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Oil painting on masonite of an architectural detail from the Old Court House, South Main Street. Signed. (Greenville) Framed together with #08.02.625.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.628
    Date:
    Origin: Japan
    Description: Japanese wood block print, woman and child crossing bridge.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.631
    Date:
    Origin: Japan
    Description: Japanese wood block print, pagoda with Cherry Blossoms.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Thomas E. "Tom"
    Object ID: 08.02.642
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Madonna and child, and engraving of an angel of the Annunciation, signed Flowers. Originally framed together. (American, United States of America)

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.644
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Two mounted pages from Latin Bible* Tri Epiphania Dni LXVI Unica. II in Quadragelima * Carolyn Watson began translation and believes these are pages of a sermon, not a Bible

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Thomas E. "Tom"
    Object ID: 08.02.645
    Date: 1900-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor landscape, signed Flowers. (American, United States of America)

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Howerton
    Object ID: 08.02.646
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Watercolor, farm outbuildings, signed Howerton

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.650
    Date: 1984
    Origin:
    Description: "The 1984 Class Gift given in honor of Walter Lee Cottingham "Coach" upon his retirement as director of intramurals at Furman University was the stimulus for equipping this room"

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.653
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Madonna and child icon with gold leaf background on wood. Multi color writing on back with wax "Hand Made Pefkis" seal. Bought by Jim Pitts in Isreal.

  • Print: Untitled
    Artist: Flowers, Thomas E. "Tom"
    Object ID: 08.02.657
    Date: 1972
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Unframed print of James B. Duke Library. Numbered 9/225 and signed "Thomas E. Flowers"

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.659
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Framed black & white photograph of Greenville Woman's college.

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.660
    Date: prior to 1964
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Color print of aerial photograph, Furman's Campus, framed.

  • Painting: Untitled
    Artist: Ragsdale, N.
    Object ID: 08.02.661
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Abstract painting on paper signed "N. Ragsdale"

  • Print, Photographic: Untitled
    Artist:
    Object ID: 08.02.665
    Date: 1951
    Origin:
    Description: Black and white framed photograph of Old Main from Men's Campus downtown.


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