• Torso

    Jean Hans Arp. French, 1896–1966

    Torso, 1953

    White marble on polished black marble base

    Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Colin (I. Georgia Talmey, class of 1928)

    ID Number: SC 1956:13

  • Ceremonial Axe

    Unknown artist. African, Luba peoples, 19th century

    Ceremonial Axe, n.d.

    Wood, iron

    Purchased with the Drayton Hillyer Fund, Smith College Museum of Art

    ID Number: SC 1939:9-1

  • 18 Rows

    Mary Bauermeister. German, Born 1934

    18 Rows, 1962-1968

    Pebbles and epoxy on linen-covered board

    Gift of Dorothy C. Miller (Mrs. Holger Cahill), class of 1925

    ID Number: SC 1972:1

  • Resting Stag

    Elie Nadelman. American, 1882–1946

    Resting Stag, c. 1915

    Gold leafed bronze on wood-veneered base

    Purchased with income from the Hillyer, Tryon, and Mather Funds and funds given by Bernice Hirschman Tumen, class of 1923, in honor of the class of 1923

    ID Number: 1983:24

  • Man in Abstract Suit

    Viola Frey. American, 1933–2004

    Man in Abstract Suit, 1988

    Polychromed ceramic

    Gift of Jean Freiberg Bloch, class of 1945

    ID Number: SC 2008:32 (1-20)

  • Bust of a Chinese Man (Le Chinois)

    Jean Baptiste Carpeaux. French, 1827–1875

    Bust of a Chinese Man (Le Chinois), Modeled 1868; cast c. 1872-1874



    ID Number: SC 1970:4

  • Auto Tower (Industrial Forms)

    John Storrs. American, 1885–1956

    Auto Tower (Industrial Forms), c. 1922

    Painted plaster

    Purchased with funds given by Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Boeckman (Elizabeth Mayer, class of 1954)

    ID Number: SC 1989: 1