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Do You Know The Cummer?



How well do you know The Cummer?  If you think you can identify these items—currently on display throughout the Museum as 50 Favorites.  Write your guesses in the comment section below and we will give the answers in two weeks, along with the next challenge.  One winner will receive a complimentary one-day pass to the Museum.  Good luck!

Feb. 2, 2011 Answers!

#1: Gioacchino Assereto (Italian, 1600 – 1649), The Lamentation (The Pieta), c. 1640, oil on canvas, 50 x 62 in., Museum purchase with Council funds, AP.1988.1.1.

#2: Paulus Bor (Dutch, 1601 – 1669), Allegory of Avarice (The Miserly Woman), 17th century, oil on canvas, 48 x 39 3/8 in., Bequest of Ninah M. H. Cummer, C.0.128.1.

#3: Art Connections Interactive Center, 2010.  Photograph courtesy of Ingrid Damiani

#4: Master of the Stötteritz Altar (German, active late 15th century), Mother of Sorrows, c. 1480, oil on panel, 8 ¾ x 6 ½ in., Gift of Mrs. Clifford G. Schultz in memory of Mr. Clifford G. Schultz, AG.1984.1.1.

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