Toggle

20 North Main St (also enter on 224 Benefit Street) Providence, RI 02903

Open today
10:00am–5:00pm

Art & Design

Explore by

  • Type
  • Maker
  • Medium & Process
  • Place
  • Date
  • A (264)
  • B (367)
  • C (430)
  • D (266)
  • E (309)
  • F (179)
  • G (865)
  • H (926)
  • I (204)
  • J (215)
  • K (580)
  • L (193)
  • M (437)
  • N (161)
  • O (65)
  • P (202)
  • Q (4)
  • R (230)
  • S (612)
  • T (463)
  • U (972)
  • V (99)
  • W (353)
  • X (1)
  • Y (187)
  • Z (30)
  • A (147)
  • B (289)
  • C (1675)
  • D (38)
  • E (562)
  • F (47)
  • G (1047)
  • H (89)
  • I (1722)
  • J (26)
  • K (16)
  • L (321)
  • M (326)
  • N (26)
  • O (369)
  • P (2695)
  • Q (4)
  • R (88)
  • S (664)
  • T (248)
  • U (43)
  • V (28)
  • W (3063)
  • Y (4)
  • Z (2)
  • A (58)
  • B (24)
  • C (99)
  • D (18)
  • E (50)
  • F (103)
  • G (34)
  • H (40)
  • I (97)
  • J (701)
  • K (6)
  • L (14)
  • M (47)
  • N (52)
  • O (1)
  • P (84)
  • R (16)
  • S (40)
  • T (15)
  • U (20)
  • V (26)
  • W (56)

Painted wood

  • List view
  • Grid view
  • Objects

    Angel of the Annunciation

    Unknown artist, Italian; Sienese
    Angel of the Annunciation, ca. 1350
    Wood with polychromy
    Height: 152.4 cm (60 inches)
    Museum Appropriation Fund 37.114

  • Objects

    Model of a Funerary Boat

    Unknown artist, Egyptian, From Meir
    Model of a Funerary Boat, 2100-1900 BCE
    Wood (probably sycamore) linen, and paint
    Height: 57.2 cm (22 1/2 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 14.491

  • Objects

    Funerary Statuette of a Man

    Unknown artist, Egyptian
    Funerary Statuette of a Man, 1991-1783 BCE
    Wood (probably sycamore) and paint
    Height: 29.2 cm (11 1/2 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 11.033

  • Objects

    Inverted Six Towers

    Sol LeWitt
    American, 1928 - 2007
    Inverted Six Towers, 1987
    Painted wood
    219.7 x 219.7 x 219.7 cm (86 1/2 x 86 1/2 x 86 1/2 inches)
    Purchased in honor of Phillip M. Johnston, Director of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1998-2003; accessioned by the 2002-03 Fine Arts Committee; Helen M. Danforth Acquisition Fund 2003.24