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The good doctor Featured Cleveland Print

The good doctor

The good doctor. Illustration shows former president Grover Cleveland as a doctor at bedside attending to a donkey labeled Dem. Party suffering from an undisclosed illness (Bryanism or the failure of the Democratic Party in the presidential election). On a table is a spoon and bowl labeled First principles of Democracy.. Date 1901 January 16. The good doctor. Illustration shows former president Grover Cleveland as a doctor at bedside attending to a donkey labeled Dem. Party suffering from an undisclosed illness (Bryanism or the failure of the Democratic Party in the presidential election). On a table is a spoon and bowl labeled First principles of Democracy.. Date 1901 January 16

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Leaf Excised from a Psalter: Flight Into Egypt, c. 1260. Creator: Unknown Featured Cleveland Print

Leaf Excised from a Psalter: Flight Into Egypt, c. 1260. Creator: Unknown

Leaf Excised from a Psalter: Flight Into Egypt, c. 1260. Traditional locations within manuscript psalters were designated by decorated initials or, as is the case here, full-page miniatures. These locations marked the major divisions of the psalms as used in the daily office. The extraordinary quality of these miniatures suggests they once decorated a deluxe psalter made for a wealthy or aristocratic patron, possibly a cleric

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The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Creator: Jules Breton (French, 1827-1906) Featured Cleveland Print

The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Creator: Jules Breton (French, 1827-1906)

The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Gleaning--or picking up what little grain remains after a wheat field has been harvested--was usually the job of the poor, especially women and children. Breton shows a single gleaner stretching against a backdrop of the setting sun, while behind her others still labor in the field. Her bare feet and worn, simple clothing immediately identify her as a peasant. At the same time, however, her expansive gesture and the subdued tones of her skin and clothes link her to the surrounding landscape, both visually and symbolically. This painting not only suggests the hardships of peasant life, but also the grand link between humanity and the land. Like many of his successful contemporaries, Breton met demand for his paintings by copying and making variations of his own works. This picture is similar to a larger, more famous painting that was exhibited in the Paris Salon of 1880. The Cleveland collector Hinman H. Hurlbut, who bought this canvas from the artist, probably commissioned Breton to make this smaller variation of the larger painting

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