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Arabian Nights - Temperas on paper by Duilio Cambellotti (1912-1913)
1. The Story of the Fisherman. 2. The Second Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor. 3. The Story of Prince Zein. 4. The Story of the Barber's Third Brother. 5. The Story of Cogia Hassan Alhabbal. 6. The Story Of Prince Achmed. 7. The Story of Three Sisters. 8. The Story of 'Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. 9. The Story of the Three Calendars, Sons of Kings. 10. The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad. 11. The Story of Aladdin. 12. The Story of the Enchanted Horse.
Poetry and Devotion in Indian Painting: Two Decades of Collecting
This small exhibition recognizes the contributions to the Department of Asian Art by Steven M. Kossak, curator in the department from 1986 to 2006.
The Arabian Nights: a thousand and one illustrations
From the domesticated drawings of the 18th century to Disney animation, the story of illustrated versions of the Arabian Nights is one of the slow triumph of the imagination
Virginia Frances Sterrett – Illustrations for Arabian Nights 1928
Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900–1931) was an American artist and illustrator. Sterrett received her first commission at the age of 19 from the Penn Publishing Company to illustrate Old French Fairy Tales (1920), a collection of works from the 19th-century French author, Comtesse de Ségur (Sophie Fedorovna Rostopchine). A year after the publication of Old French Fairy Tales, a new title including commissioned works from Sterrett was presented by the Penn Publishing Company—Tanglewood Tales…