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Felipe Benito Archuleta | American, 1910 – 1991 | Untitled (Lion) | 1977 | Carved and painted wood, epoxy, sawdust, marbles, hemp | 43 x 18 x 28 inches | Purchase through prior acquisitions from the Piedmont Garden Club, the Members Guild, Richard Feigen, Mrs. Elliot Haas, and with the Folk Art Acquisition Fund | Number: 2000.8

Jimmy Lee Sudduth | American, 1910-2007 | Snakes | 1986 | House paint and earth pigments and sugar or syrup on board | 15 x 23 1/2 inches | Purchase with High Museum of Art Enhancement Fund | Number: 2005.210.1-3

German Bisque Character with Sculpted Hat and Moustache 10" (25 cm.) Bisque head depicting adult man with sculpted gold helmet over brown painted hair,painted features,blue eyes,curvy brows,closed mouth,very wide moustache with curled tips,carton torso enclosing a bellows-type mechanism,wire upper arms and legs,wooden lower arms and legs,original flannel costume. Condition: bisque,body and costume excellent,mechanical system needs adjustment

Joe Brainard (American, 1942–1994). Posty's Pup, 1978. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Stanley Posthorn, in memory of the artist, 1997 (1997.404.17) #dogs

Bronze statuette of a dog, 2nd–3rd century A.D. Mid- or Late Imperial. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Edith Perry Chapman Fund, 1962 (62.10.3) #dogs

Lithographed and published by Nathaniel Currier (American, 1813–1888). The Favorite Cat, ca. 1840–50. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Adele S. Colgate, 1962 (63.550.159) #cats