The University of Arizona Museum of Art and Archive of Visual Arts

The Samuel H. Kress Collection

Head of a Bearded Man, attributed to Marietta Tintoretto, c. 1580
Madonna and Child with Angels, Niccoló di Ser Sozzo Tegliacci, c. 1360
The Incredulity of St. Thomas, Giuseppe Bazzani, c. 1730
Madonna and Child with Saints, Vittore Carpaccio, c. 1515
Virgin and Child, Studio of  Lucas Cranach the Elder, c. 1513
Pietà, Vittore Crivelli, c. 1481
The Crucifixion, Guidoccio Cozzarelli, c. 1483
Madonna and Child Enthroned, Jacopo del Casentino, c. 1340
Young Woman in a White Dress, Attributed to Jacopo da Pontormo, c. 1529
The Holy Family  (with Madonna Seated Near a Tree), by a follower of Andrea del Sarto, c. 1525
A Greek Sage, Jusepe de Ribera, c. 1630
Coronation of the Virgin, Taddeo di Bartolo, c. 1405
Cassone, unknown Italian artisan, 16th century
Ciborium, by a follower of  Pacino de Bonaguida, c. 1325
The Man of Sorrows with Saints and Donors, by an unknown French artist, c. 1525
Virgin and Child, by an unknown  French artist, second half of the 14th century
Madonna and Child Adored by Two Angels, by a follower of Agnolo Gaddi, c. 1350
Portrait of a Young Artist, Giuseppe Ghislandi, c. 1735
Venus Lamenting the Death of Adonis, Domenico Tintoretto, c. 1590
The Consecration of St. Eligius, Juan de Juanes, c. 1536
Madonna of Humility, Zanobi Strozzi, 1446-48
Madonna and Child, Studio of  Bartolommeo Bulgarini, c. 1350
The Visitation, by the Master of the Retablo of the Reyes Católicos, 1496-97
Portrait of a Magistrate, Giovanni Battista Moroni, c. 1570
Portrait of a Young Man in Oriental Costume, Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, c. 1740
The Sacrifice of Iphigenia, Studio of  Giovanni Battista de Tiepolo, c. 1735
The Circumcision of the Children of Israel, Studio of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, c. 1735
Portrait of the Marchesa Cunegonda Misciattelli  with Her Infant Son and His Nurse, Emile-Jean-Horace Vernet, 1830
The Countess von Schönfeld and Her Daughter, Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Lebrun, 1793
Saint Michael the Archangel, by an unknown Italian artist, mid 15th-century
Chaos, Maestro Bartolomé, after 1493
The Creation of Eve, Maestro Bartolomé, after 1493
The Circumcision, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
Christ Among the Doctors, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Temptation, Maestro Bartolomé, after 1493
Changing the Water into Wine, Workshop of Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
The Charge to Peter, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
Christ and the Samaritan Woman, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
The Healing of the Blind Bartimaeus, Workshop of Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
The Raising of Lazarus, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
The Supper in the House of Simon, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Transfiguration, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Entry into Jerusalem, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Last Supper, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Agony in the Garden, Fernando Gallego and Workshop, 1480-1488
The Betrayal of Christ, Fernando Gallego and Workshop, 1480-1488
Pilate Washing His Hands, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
Ecce Homo, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
The Way to Calvary, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Crucifixion, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Deposition, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Resurrection, Maestro Bartolomé, 1480-1488
The Last Judgment, Francisco Gallego  and Workshop, 1480-1488
St. Andrew and St. Peter, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
St. Bartholomew and St. John the Evangelist, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
St. Mark and St. Thomas, Fernando Gallego, 1480-1488
Madonna and Child, Workshop of  Luca della Robbia, 15th century
Madonna and Child, by a follower of  Michele Giambono, c. 1450
Madonna and Child with Angels, Studio of Giovanni di Paolo, c. 1475
Saint Dominic, by a follower of  Sano di Pietro, c. 1480
Saint Thomas Aquinas, by a follower of  Sano di Pietro, c. 1480
Two Olivetan Monks, Francesco Morone, c. 1505
Pietá, Francesco Di Bosio Zagenelli, c. 1514
The Visitation, Giuseppe Maria Crespi, c. 1710

The Samuel H. Kress Collection at the University of Arizona represents a culmination of a most pleasant and gratifying relationship between the University and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.

After making its rich gifts of thirteenth century to nineteenth century European art to the nation through the establishment of the Samuel H. Kress Collection at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in 1939, the Foundation entered into the further program of establishing collections at some twenty regional galleries throughout the South and West and in Honolulu. The vision which could initiate and carry through such an unprecedented and monumental program belongs to Rush Harrison Kress, brother of Samuel Henry Kress whose original collection and generosity to the country became the foundation upon which Rush Harrison Kress and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation have continued to build.

The establishment of this Collection gives not only to the University of Arizona, but also to the State of Arizona and to the Southwest, art treasures which will add immeasurably to the cultural development of this region. To the Samuel H. Kress Foundation will go the increasing gratitude of the nation as it fully realizes the immense impetus given to its artistic growth through the Foundation’s generosity, of which the establishment of this collection is a significant example.

Andreas S. Andersen, Head
Department of Art

adapted from the foreword to “The Samuel H. Kress Collection at The University of Arizona,” published in 1957