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 Yves Tanguy (French, 1900 - 1955)
Untitled
Former title: Seascape
Medium: Gouache with some incised lines drawn in metal point
Measurements: Sheet: 31.9cm x 24.6cm, Secondary Support: 44.6cm x 36.6cm
Date: c. 1939
1992.283 | Bequest of Lockwood Thompson
 Provenance
Jeanne Bucher (inscribed to her by Tanguy); [possibly Galerie Jeanne Bucher, Paris]; Lockwood Thompson, Cleveland.

Thompson may have purchased the work directly from the gallery since he frequently bought from Paris and London galleries-Galerie Jeanne Bucher owned other works by Tanguy as late as 1963 (according to Kay Sage's catalogue raisonné of that year); since the Cleveland drawing does not appear in the 1963 catalogue, Thompson may have owned it by that time, unbeknown to Tanguy's wife, Kay Sage.
       
1985.143
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 Tanzio da Varallo (Italian, c1575/80 - 1635)
Portrait of a Man
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 125cm x 99.5cm x 7cm, Unframed: 97.8cm x 72.2cm
Date: c. 1620
1985.143 | Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund
 Provenance
Antoine Pereira, Geneva; (Matthiesen Fine Art, London)
       
1980.287
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 Octave Tassaert (French, 1800 - 1874)
Heaven and Hell
Foreign title: Ciel et enfer
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Framed: 121cm x 90.5cm x 6.5cm, Unframed: 100cm x 69.5cm
Date: c. 1850
1980.287 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Georges Martin du Nord, Paris. Shepherd Gallery, New York. Bought in May 1977 by Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Given to the CMA on 19 December 1980.
       
1980.286
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 Octave Tassaert (French, 1800 - 1874)
The Bourgeois' Kitchen
Foreign title: La cuisinière bourgeoise
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 46.3cm x 38.1cm
Date: 1854
1980.286 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
M. Bruslay, Paris, by 1886. Shepherd Gallery, New York. Bought in May 1979 by Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Given to the CMA on 19 December 1980.
       
1944.474
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 Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1696 - 1770)
The Adoration of the Magi
Medium: pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash, over black chalk
Measurements: Sheet: 38.7cm x 28.5cm
Date: c. 1740
1944.474 | Dudley P. Allen Fund
 Provenance
G. Déloye, Paris (inscribed with initials, lower right, in brown ink, similar to Lugt 756); [Adoration of the Magi in Déloye collection, sold 1898; see H. Mireur, Dictionnaire des Ventes d'Art (Paris, 1911), 7:183]. [Richard H. Zinser, New York].
       
1946.277
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 Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1696 - 1770)
Study for "The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian" (for the Augustinian monastery at Diessen, Germany)
Former title: The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 67.5cm x 45.5cm x 6cm, Unframed: 51.7cm x 31.7cm
Date: 1739
1946.277 | Delia E. Holden and L. E. Holden Funds
 Provenance
Convent Church at Diessen, sold in Munich in 1850;

Dr. Max Kadisch, Vienna;

[Jacques Seligman & Co., New York], sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1946.
       
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 Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, 1727 - 1804)
A Spring Shower
Alternate title: Punchinello in a Rainstorm
Alternate title: Walking in the Rain
Medium: pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash over black chalk; framing lines in brown ink over graphite
Measurements: Sheet: 35.5cm x 47.1cm, Image: 29.6cm x 41.5cm
Date: 1790s-1804
1937.573 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
[Anonymous sale, Sotheby, Wilkinson, and Hodge, London, 6 July 1920, lot 41: "one hundred and two Carnival Scenes, with many figures"]; [Colnaghi]; [Richard Owen, Paris]. [Italico Brass, Venice].
       
1999.5
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 Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, 1727 - 1804)
The Disrobing of Christ
Foreign title: La spoliazione di Cristo
Medium: pen and brown and black ink, brush and black, brown, and red-brown wash, over black chalk, framing lines in brown ink
Measurements: Sheet: 47.9cm x 38.2cm, Image: 46.1cm x 36.2cm
Date: c. 1785-1790
1999.5 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
Luzarches, Tours; Camille Rogier; [sale, Christie's, New York, 13 January 1993, no. 62]; [Stephen Mazoh & Co., Inc., New York]; Martin Kline, Rhinebeck, New York.
       
1962.117
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 attributed to Ferdinand Tietz (German, 1708 - 1777)
Bishop Saint
Medium: painted and gilded wood
Measurements:
Date: c. 1740-1750
1962.117 | Gift of Mrs. Betty Mont and Frederick A. Mont
 Provenance
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Mont (New York, New York), by gift to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1962.
       
1962.208
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 Ferdinand Tietz (German, 1708 - 1777)
Putto as Summer
Medium: painted and gilded wood
Measurements:
Date: c. 1765
1962.208 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Dr. Kurt Rossacher (Salzburg, Austria), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1962.
       
1971.8
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 Ferdinand Tietz (German, 1708 - 1777)
Putto
Medium: painted and gilded wood
Measurements: Overall: 55.9cm x 41.9cm x 41.9cm
Date: mid-1700s
1971.8 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Kurt Rossacher (Salzburg, Austria), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1971.
       
1950.400
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 workshop of Tintoretto (Italian, 1518 - 1594)
Baptism of Christ
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 200cm x 286.5cm x 14cm, Unframed: 169cm x 251.4cm
Date: 1580s
1950.400 | Gift of the Hanna Fund
 Provenance
1738-1775 Count Schulenberg (Zell), sold, Christie's, London, April 12-13, 1775, to William Markham, Bishop of Chester;

by inheritance to his son, Colonel William T. Markham, by 1853 until at least 1869;

Captain R. A. Markham, until at least 1910;

E. G. Markham, London and Southcliff, Bembridge, Isle of Wight, until 1923;

[Durlacher Brothers, London, from 1923 until at least 1929];

Arthur Sachs, Paris and New York, by 1931;

[Jacques Seligman & Co., New York], sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1950.
       
1980.288
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 Jacques-Joseph Tissot (French, 1836 - 1902)
Seaside (July: Specimen of a Portrait)
Former title: Seaside
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Framed: 112.08cm x 85.41cm x 6.35cm, Unframed: 87.5cm x 61cm
Date: 1878
1980.288 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Bought from the artist by Knoedler & Co., New York, 31 May 1879. Arrived in New York via Jos. Bulla, Paris, 14 July 1879, Femme au sofa (stock number 1645), ff 3,250. Sold by Knoedler 4 October 1879 to Henry Hilton, New York, as Summer-days for $1,400. Hilton collection sale, New York, American Art Galleries, 13-16 February 1900 (lot 74), Summer Hours, 33.5 x 23", for $330 to Edward Brandus, New York dealer. W. Postar, Boston dealer, 1971. Herbert Schwarz, Montreal, 1972. Los Angeles sale, Sotheby's, Parke-Bernet, 22-23 May 1972 (lot 260, repr.), Jeune femme assise (with unsustainable provenance). Williams & Son, London, May 1972. Clarence Frisbee, London, October 1972. London sale, Christie's, 25 July 1975 (lot 115, repr.), Seaside, gns 11.000 (with provenance of other version). Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1980.
       
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 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864 - 1901)
The Laundress
Foreign title: La Blanchisseuse
Medium: black and gray wash with white paint, scratched away in places
Measurements: Sheet: 75.9cm x 63.1cm
Date: 1888
1952.113 | Gift of the Hanna Fund
 Provenance
Roger Marx (his stamp [not in Lugt] on old backing board, recorded in cma files, board now lost); [his sale, Galerie Manzi, Joyant, Paris, 11-12 May 1914, 104-5, no. 222 (repr.)], sold to Henry Oppenheimer, London for 7,000 F (annotated copy of Marx sale catalogue, Ingalls Library, cma). Otto Gerstenberg, Berlin (according to Dortu 1971). [M. Knoedler & Co., Inc. New York].
       
1974.108
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 Francesco Trevisani (Italian, 1656 - 1746)
Presentation Sketch for "The Holy Family with Saints Anne, Joachim, and John the Baptist" (for Santa Maria in Via Lata, Roma)
Former title: The Holy Family with Saint Anne, Joachim, and John the Baptist
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 179cm x 127.5cm x 6.5cm, Unframed: 158cm x 106.7cm
Date: c. 1729
1974.108 | Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund
 Provenance
Count Lorenzo Sferra-Carini (Rome, Italy), by inheritance to his heirs.

Heirs of Lorenzo Sferra-Carini

Band heirs, Rome

Hazlitt Gallery (London, England), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1974.
       
1980.289
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 Paul Désiré Trouillebert (French, 1829 - 1900)
Construction of an Elevated Railway: Bridge over the Cours de Vincennes
Foreign title: Travaux de relèvement du chemin de fer de ceinture: le pont du Cours de Vincennes
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 38.2cm x 56cm
Date: 1888
1980.289 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Commissioned by Edme Piot, Paris. His descendants. Galerie J. F. Heim, Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Given to the CMA on 19 December 1980.
       
1973.212
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 Jean-François de Troy (French, 1679 - 1752)
Pan and Syrinx
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 123.5cm x 159.5cm x 12cm, Unframed: 106cm x 139cm
Date: 1720
1973.212 | Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund
 Provenance
Jean-Antoine Rigoley de Juvigny (1715—1788); Alfred Beurdeley (sale: Hotel Drouot, May 25, 1883, no. 56, "Ecole francaise, deux pendants," Paysage avec baigneuses and Pan et Syrinx); Gustave Chaix d'Est-Ange II (son of Gustave Chaix d'Est-Ange, 1800-1876); Mme Chaix d'Est-Ange, nee Sipiere (wife of Gustave Chaix d'Est-Ange II); Gustave Chaix d'Est-Ange III (sale:collection of Gustave Chaix d'Est-Ange III, with some works belonging to M. le Comte X, Galerie Charpentier, Paris, December 11, 1934, lot 46, with annotation of name "Page"); Mme G. Patino de Ortiz-Linares; George Ortiz (son of Mme Ortiz-Linares) (sale: Christie's, London, June 29, 1973, no. 93); [Herner Wengraf/Old Masters Galleries, London].Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund, 1973.
       
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 Joseph Mallord William Turner (British, 1775 - 1851)
Fluelen, from the Lake of Lucerne
Former title: Flüelen - Lake of Lucerne
Alternate title: Fluelen, Lake of Lucerne
Alternate title: Lake of Lucerne: Fluelen from the Bay of Uri
Alternate title: Fluelen, from the Lake
Medium: watercolor
Measurements: Sheet: 29.2cm x 48cm
Date: 1845
1954.129 | Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund
 Provenance
Hugh A. J. Munro of Novar? ["Windus" is inscribed on the verso of the sample study, and while B. G. Windus may have commissioned the work, Munro of Novar was apparently the first owner; for the most recent and exact commentary, see London 1995, 152-54]; by c. 1850, Rev. C. Upham Barry, Ryde, Isle of Wight; his daughter, wife of Colonel P. G. Hewitt, Ryde, Isle of Wight; [her sale Christie's, London, 25 March 1884, no. 139]; Ralph Brocklebank Sr., Haughton Hall, Tarporley; Ralph Brocklebank Jr.; [his sale Christie's, London, 7 July 1922, no. 34]; [Thomas Agnew and Sons, London]; Grace Rainey Rogers, New York; [her sale Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 18 November 1943, no. 41]; Walter F. Wedgwood, New York; [Durlacher Brothers, New York].
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