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  • Daniel Heitshu 

    Read(American Painter b. 1803), James B. (2009-11-19)
    Classification: Communication Artifact, Art, Painting Materials and Techniques:Oil on Canvas Style, Period, Movement: Physical Description: Exhibition History: Collection or Donor:Gift of W.A. Heitshu, grandson of ...
  • Dark Green Composition 

    Daderian (French, Dikran 1929) (2009-09-15)
    Abstract painting of red shape with blues on a green field of color.
  • Decor Over Silver Bed 

    Herman (unknown), Leonora
    Painting showing various jungle animals by a river framed in an arc
  • The Descent into the Valley of Wyoming (Pennsylvania) 

    Richardson (Irish d. 1981), George
    Engraving of a path leading to a valley below.
  • Die Lorelei 

    Holton (unknown), Henrietta
    Sculpture depicts a female figure
  • Divination Tray 

    Unknown (African, Yoruba tribe, Nigeria) (2009-07-10)
    Classification: Communication Artifact, Cerimonial Artifact, Tray, Ceremonial Exhibition History:Was on permanent display at the North Museum.
  • Doll 

    Unknown (African, Mossi Tribe, Upper Volta) (2009-07-10)
    Classification:Recreational, Toy, Doll Exhibition History:The North Museum, "African Domestic and Ritual Arts," November 20-December 30, 1982. North Museum, "African Domestic and Ritual Arts," November 20-December 30, 1982.
  • Doll 

    Unknown (African, Mossi tribe, Upper Volta) (2009-07-16)
    Classification: Recreational Artifacts, Toy, Doll Exhibition History:African Domestic and Ritual Arts, November 20-December 30 1982.
  • Doll in a Purple Dress 

    Unknown
    Doll in a purple dress enclosed in a lacquer case against black felt.
  • Doll in Pink Dress (Lafaytte Doll) 

    Unknown (2009-10-06)
    Classification: Recreational Artifacts, Toy, Doll Materials and Technique: Wax doll on black felt Collection or donor: Collection: Hostetter Estate. In 1824 the Marquis de Lafayette was the guest of Pennsylvanianulls ...
  • Door Lintel 

    Unknown (African, Bamileke) (2009-07-16)
    Classification: Structures, Building Component, Lintel Exhibition History:
  • Door Post 

    Unknown (African, Bamum Tribe, Cameroon) (2009-07-10)
    Classification: Structures, Building Components, Door Post (Carved) Exhibition History: Exhibited in Booth Ferris Room, Steinman College Center, April 8-10, 1988. Black Cultural Arts Weekend.
  • Double Nine Patch Quilt 

    Unknown (American) (1860)
    Classification: Building Furnishings, Bedding, Quilt Materials and Techniques: Cotton, Appliqued. Style/Period/Movement: Physical Description: Red an white fabric. Alternating Double Nine Patch and white blocks pieced ...
  • Double Stool 

    Unknown (African, Bambara) (2009-07-10)
    Classification:Building Furnishings, Furniture, Stool Exhibition History: Was on permanent display at the North Museum
  • Double Wedding Ring 

    Unknown (American) (1930)
    Classification: Building Furnishings, Bedding, Quilt. Materials and Techniques: Pieced cotton. Style/Period/Movement: Physical Description: This quilt pattern first emerged in the 1920s, however, the motif of interlocking ...
  • Dower Chest 

    Anonymous (1780)
    Dower chest, Walnut with herringbone cartouche containing inlaid date and heart containing initials "MB." Heart is flanked by tulip and vine inlays. Pennsylvania.
  • Down in the Valley 

    Clymer (American painter 1907-1989), John (1924)
    Landscape oil painting.
  • A Dream of the Lower Susquehanna--Autumn 

    Mifflin (American 1846-1921), Lloyd
    Landscape showing the Susquehanna River in Autumn
  • Dresden Plate Pattern 

    Unknown (American) (1930)
    Classification: Building Furnishings, Bedding, Quilt. Materials and Techniques: Appliqued and pieced cotton. Style/Period/Movement: Physical Description: This pattern was first published in the 1920nulls, sometimes under ...
  • Drinking Horn 

    Unknown (African, Bamileke Tribe, Cameroon) (2009-07-10)
    Classification: T&E for Materials, Food Service T&E, Horn, Drinking Exhibition History: North Museum, "African Domestic and Ritual Arts," November 20-December 30 1982. Booth Ferris Room, Steinman College Center April 8-10, 1988.