Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: The Museum Year 2009

The Year

Art of the Americas: July 2008–June 2009

Man's pouch about 1890–1910, Silver, leather, 2008.2005

Squash-blossom necklace about 1890–1910, Silver, 2008.2006

Concha belt (1st phase or Classic Period) about 1875–1900, Silver, leather, 2008.2004

Cylinder vase A.D. 740–775, Earthenware with polychrome slip paint on white slip ground, 2009.318

William Harvey Wells, Jr. 1855, Photograph, daguerreotype, 2008.662

Horse's headstall about 1875–1900, Silver, leather, 2008.2003

Carrying basket (or coiled pack basket) about 1890, Coiled cedar and spruce, completely imbricated with bear grass, wild cherry bark, and horsetail or dyed cedar bark, 2008.1503

Ketoh (wrist guard) About 1900–25, Silver, turquoise, leather, 2008.2007

Fireplace surround from the Elizabeth E. Spooner house, Boston, Massachusetts about 1880, Painted and gilt wood, porcelain tiles, 2008.1501

Ketoh (wrist guard - for a child) about 1900–20, Silver, leather, 2008.2009

Ketoh (wrist guard) about 1900–20, Silver, turquoise, leather, with old tag, 2008.2008

In the Valley of the Seine John Leslie Breck, about 1889, Oil on canvas, 2009.338

"Kent" sugar bowl and creamer Manufactured by Chase Brass & Copper Co., 1938–1942, Polished chromium, plastic, 2009.2217-2218

Table lamp Designed by Donald Deskey, designed 1927-28; made 1927-1931, Silverplated brass, glass, electrical fittings, 2008.1416

Ashtray Designed by Donald Deskey, about 1927, Chrome-plated metal, 2008.1417

Dining chair Designed by Donald Deskey, 1932–1933, Macasser ebony, replaced upholstery, 2009.2541

Weather cock Attributed to Thomas Drowne, about 1772, Gilt sheet copper, iron, lead, glass eyes, 2008.1401

Lounge chair and ottoman, No. 670 and 671 Designed by Charles Eames, designed 1956, made 1956–62, Molded plywood (walnut or rosewood veneers), cast aluminum, black leather-covered latex foam and down upholstery, rubber, 2008.1505.1-2

Leg splint Designed by Charles Eames, 1943–1945, Molded plywood, 2009.2785

Desk clock Designed by Paul Theodore Frankl, about 1928, Chrome, glass, plastic, 2008.1038