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  1. Alvar Aalto
    Finnish, 1898–1976
    Siena

    1954
    Printed cotton
    2011.1001
  2. William Adams
    English, 1748–1831
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1830
    Lead-glazed earthenware (spatterware)
    B.71.31.2
  3. William Adams
    English, 1748–1831
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1830
    Lead-glazed earthenware (spatterware)
    B.71.31.1
  4. Probably William Adams
    English, 1746–1805
    Candlestick with Glass Shade (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1810
    Stoneware (jasperware), mercury gilt bronze, and lead glass
    B.61.63.2
  5. Probably William Adams
    English, 1746–1805
    Candlestick with Glass Shade (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1810
    Stoneware (jasperware), mercury gilt bronze, and lead glass
    B.61.63.1
  6. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  7. Jane Ford Aebersold
    American, born 1941
    "Bread and Butter" Vase

    1981
    Stoneware
    2013.663
  8. Ah Leon
    Taiwanese, born 1953
    Wood Mug

    1999
    Stoneware
    2007.938
  9. Ah Leon
    Taiwanese, born 1953
    Teapot

    1991
    Stoneware
    2007.937.A,.B
  10. Adela Akers
    American, born Spain, 1933
    Hanging Fence

    1981
    Linen, metallic thread, and Plexiglas
    2004.836
  11. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  12. Akiyama Yō
    Japanese, born 1953
    Untitled

    1987
    Ceramic
    92.195
  13. attributed to James Alexander
    American, born Ireland, 1770–1870
    Double-weave Coverlet

    c. 1821–1828
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.76.34
  14. James W. Allen
    American, 1825–1893, active c. 1855–1859
    Jar

    c. 1855–1859
    Alkaline-glazed stoneware
    B.2012.133
  15. American China Manufactory (Bonnin and Morris)
    American, 1770–1772
    Sauceboat

    c. 1770–1772
    Soft-paste porcelain
    B.83.4
  16. American Pottery Company
    American, 1833–c. 1850
    Cuspidor or Spitoon

    c. 1840–1850
    Lead-glazed earthenware (Rockingham ware)
    B.88.20
  17. Manufactured by Amphora Ceramic Factory
    Bohemian, 1892–1945
    Vase

    c. 1900–1915
    Earthenware, metallic luster
    85.473
  18. Giuseppe Mario Anselmo
    Italian, 1913–1989
    Statua calciatore

    Designed c. 1931
    Terra-cotta
    2007.750
  19. Attributed to the Antimenes Painter
    Greek (Attic), active c. 530–510 BC
    Black-Figure Amphora Depicting Theseus Slaying the Minotaur and the Gods Departing for Olympus

    530–510 BC
    Terracotta
    2010.1856
  20. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Predictive Dream

    2005
    Porcelain
    2010.1661
  21. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Read the Story (Over the Hill)

    2005
    Porcelain
    2007.1885.A-.F
  22. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Labyrinth

    2005
    Porcelain
    2007.1884.A-.J
  23. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Sin Forest

    2005
    Porcelain
    2007.1883.A-.C
  24. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Tell the Story

    2005
    Porcelain
    2007.1882.A-.D
  25. Aoki Katsuyo
    Japanese, born 1972
    Read the Story (Dark Grove)

    2005
    Porcelain
    2007.751.A-.F
  26. Araki Takako
    Japanese, 1921–2004
    The Gospel According to John

    1987
    Porcelain
    2007.752
  27. Arman
    American, born France, 1928–2005
    Four Stages of Conversation

    1994
    Earthenware and wood
    2007.753
  28. Robert Arneson
    American, 1930–1992
    Golden Triangle / Us Guys

    1991
    Earthenware
    2011.970
  29. Robert Arneson
    American, 1930–1992
    Trophy Bust

    c. 1971–1980
    Ceramic
    2010.2027
  30. Robert Arneson
    American, 1930–1992
    Plate

    1960
    Ceramic
    2010.2026

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