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Princeton University Art Museum Teaching Materials, Spring 2024

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Held at: Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division [Contact Us]

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in their reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Overview and metadata sections

Consists of approximately 692 flat works from the collections of the Princeton University Art Museum, temporarily transferred to the Princeton University Library for use in Princeton University courses during the Spring 2024 semester.

Collection stored at Princeton University Library during Princeton University Art Museum renovation.

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Finding aid written by Will Clements in January 2024.

Publisher
Manuscripts Division
Finding Aid Author
Will Clements
Finding Aid Date
January 2024
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Collection Inventory

Editor Noël Marie Paymal Lerebours (French, 1807–1873), Published by Goupil et Cie (French, active 1827–1879), Published by Hector Bossange (French, 1795–1884), Printed by Bougeard (French, active mid-19th century), Printed by Imprimerie Lemercier et cie. (Paris, established 1837), Engraver Friedrich Salathé (Swiss, 1793–1858), Engraver Paul Le Grand (French, active 19th century), Engraver Friedrich von Martens (French, 1809–1875), Engraver Sigismond Himely (French, 1801–1872), Engraver John Callow (British, 1822–1878), Engraver Johann Hürlimann (Swiss, 1793–1850), Engraver Auguste-Victor Deroy (French, 1823–1906), Engraver A. Appert (French, active 1846–1870), Engraver Louis Jules Arnout (French, 1814–1868), Excursions daguerriennes, vues et monuments les plus remarquables du globe, 1842. (x1982-346.1-.28), 1842. 1 item.
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Hans Bellmer (German, 1902–1975), The Mouth, 1936. (x1983-120), 1936. 1 item.
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Ed Ruscha (American, born 1937), Printed by Dick de Ruscha, Published by Ed Ruscha (American, born 1937), Every Building on the Sunset Strip, 1966. (1997-90), 1966. 1 item.
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Japanese, Meiji period (1868–1912), Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (Utagawa Toyokuni III 三代歌川豊国) (1786–1865), and Hashimoto Sadahide 橋本貞秀 (1807–1873), Interior of the Gankirō Tea House (Butterfly Opera), 1861. (2006-61 a-c), 1861. 1 item.
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Daniel Heyman (American, born 1963), From Here the Tragedy Started (Two Soldiers took him Inside), 2006. (2007-104.8), 2006. 1 item.
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Robert Venturi (1925–2018; born Philadelphia, PA; died Philadelphia; active Philadelphia and Princeton, NJ), Gordon Wu Hall, Princeton University, 1981. (2021-260), 1981. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Temptation of St. Anthony, first version, ca. 1616–17. (x1934-323), ca. 1616–17. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Descent from the Cross, 1633. (x1937-267 bis), 1633. 1 item.
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José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883–1949), Printed by George Charles Miller (American, 1894–1965), Published by Weyhe Gallery, New York, Retaguardia (Rear Guard), 1929. (x1946-311), 1929. 1 item.
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Luis Quintanilla (Spanish, 1893–1978), Soldiers Gathering Orphans, 1937. (x1948-1819), 1937. 1 item.
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Luis Quintanilla (Spanish, 1893–1978), Madrid, Plaza de la Cebada, 1937. (x1948-1821), 1937. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Death of the Virgin, 1639. (x1959-25), 1639. 1 item.
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1 item

Roberto Matta (Chilean, active United States and France, 1911–2002), Vote Watchers, 1955. (x1970-133), 1955. 1 item.
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1 item

Roberto Matta (Chilean, active United States and France, 1911–2002), Au son du sang, plate 4 from the series Hom'mere I: Chaosmos, 1970–73. (1995-69), 1970–73. 1 item.
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Julio Alpuy (Uruguayan, 1919–2009), Taller Torres García (Uruguayan, active 1944 - 1963), Composición (Composition), 1946. (2001-45), 1946. 1 item.
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Leonora Carrington (1917–2011; born Clayton Green, UK; died Mexico City, Mexico), Two dogs howling at the moon, 1961. (2001-53), 1961. 1 item.
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1 item

Jean Charlot (1898–1979; born Paris, France; died Honolulu, HI; active Mexico and United States), The Sunday Dress, 1947. (2021-204), 1947. 1 item.
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1 item

Tom Huck (born 1971, Farmington, MO; active Park Hills, MO), The Great War-Madillo (for A.D.), 2017. (2022-251), 2017. 1 item.
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1 item

Lygia Pape (1927–2004; born Nova Friburgo, Brazil, active and died, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Untitled, from the series Tecelares, 1957. (2023-130), 1957. 1 item.
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Lygia Pape (1927–2004; born Nova Friburgo, Brazil, active and died, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Untitled, from the series Tecelares, 1957. (2023-131), 1957. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Goldsmith, 1655. (x1949-238), 1655. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Circumcision, ca. 1630. (x1949-261), ca. 1630. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Goldsmith (Hind 285, state I), 1655. (x1969-314), 1655. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Sheet with Two Studies: A Tree, and Upper Part of a Self-Portrait wearing a Velvet Cap, ca. 1644. (x1971-29), ca. 1644. 1 item.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Published by Calcografía Nacional for the Real Academia, Los Caprichos, 1799, fifth edition 1881–86. (2004-377.1-.80), 1799. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Pancake Woman, 1635. (2021-102), 1635. 1 item.
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1 item

Antoine Trouvain (French, 1656–1708), Francois d'Aix la Chaise, late 17th–early 18th century. (x1960-11), late 17th–early 18th century. 1 item.
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Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Man lifting basket, 1930s. (x1952-11), 1930s. 1 item.
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Leopoldo Méndez (Mexican, 1902–1969), Engraved at the Taller de Gráfica Popular, Published by The Art Institute of Chicago, Mexico, 1945, 1945. (x1953-56), 1945. 1 item.
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Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Kneeling woman, 1930s. (x1979-53), 1930s. 1 item.
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Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Three women seated on ground, 1935. (x1979-54), 1935. 1 item.
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Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Three women under an umbrella, 1935. (x1979-55), 1935. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), El alumno de Siqueiros (The Student of Siqueiros), 1974. (2001-132), 1974. 1 item.
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Elizabeth Catlett (1915–2012; born Washington, D.C., died Cuernavaca, Mexico), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, In Harriet Tubman I Helped Hundreds to Freedom, 1946, printed 1989. (2002-299), 1946. 1 item.
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Miguel Covarrubias (Mexican, 1904–1957), Sketch of Pre-Columbian objects attributed to Tlatilco, ca. 1940s. (2010-250), ca. 1940s. 1 item.
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José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Calavera Criminal (Criminal Skeleton), 1907. (2021-195), 1907. 1 item.
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José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Separation of Body and Soul, ca. 1890–95. (2021-197), ca. 1890–95. 1 item.
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Jean Charlot (1898–1979; born Paris, France; died Honolulu, HI; active Mexico and United States), Mexican Kitchen, 1946. (2021-205), 1946. 1 item.
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Magdalena de Passe (Dutch, ca. 1596–1638), after Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Summer, from The Four Seasons, ca. 1614-34. (x1934-1142.66), ca. 1614-34. 1 item.
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Magdalena de Passe (Dutch, ca. 1596–1638), after Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Spring from The Four Seasons, ca. 1614-34. (x1934-1142.67), ca. 1614-34. 1 item.
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Magdalena de Passe (Dutch, ca. 1596–1638), after Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Autumn from The Four Seasons, ca. 1614-34. (x1934-1142.68), ca. 1614-34. 1 item.
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Magdalena de Passe (Dutch, ca. 1596–1638), after Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Published by Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Winter, from The Four Seasons , ca. 1614–34. (x1934-1142.69), ca. 1614–34. 1 item.
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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Vous avez perdu votre procès c'est vrai..., number 35 from the series Les Gens de Justice, 1848. (x1946-188), 1848. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Abraham's Sacrifice, 1655. (x1946-331), 1655. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Old Man Shading Eyes with His Hand, ca. 1639. (x1949-231), ca. 1639. 1 item.
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Martin Schongauer (German, ca. 1430–1491), Virgin Seated on a Grassy Bank. (x1949-253), undated. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Nude Man seated before a Curtain (BB.46-Bi), 1646. (x1949-260), 1646. 1 item.
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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Printed by Bertauts (French, active 1830–1880), Published by Etienne Carjat (French, 1828–1906), A travers les Ateliers - Fichtre! . . . Epatant! . . . Sapristi! . . . Superbe! . . . ca parle! . . . (Through the studios - The Deuce! . . . Amazing! . . . Good God! . . . Superb! . . . it speaks! . . . ), 1862. (x1952-132), 1862. 1 item.
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British, List of Prints Published by Hogarth, 1765. (x1954-83), 1765. 1 item.
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Lucas van Leyden (ca. 1494–1533; born Leiden, The Netherlands; died Leiden), Mohammed and the Monk Sergius, 1508. (x1960-2), 1508. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Christ bearing the Cross (Engraved Passion series), 1512. (x1969-331), 1512. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), A Blind Hurdy-Gurdy Player and Family Receiving Alms, 1648. (x1970-67), 1648. 1 item.
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German, Prints after Heinrich Quentell (German, died 1501), Published by Anton Koberger (German, 1472–1513), Leaf CXIII from the Koberger German Bible of 1483, 1478, published 1483. (x1970-74), 1478. 1 item.
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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Published by Bauger et Cie (French, active 1830–1842), Printed and published by Aubert (French, active 1829–1847), Oh!... absolument! comme si on y était ... (Oh! Absolutely, as if one were there), 1841. (2005-75), 1841. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), The Beggar with Crutches and Wallet, 1622–23. (x1934-208), 1622–23. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), The Beggar with the Rosary, 1622–23. (x1934-209), 1622–23. 1 item.
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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Présentation d'Ulysse à Nausica (Presentation of Ulysses at Nausicaa), published in Le Charivari, October 30, 1842. (x1935-1628 c), published in Le Charivari, October 30, 1842. 1 item.
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Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863; born Clarenton-Saint Maurice, France; died Paris, France), Cheval sauvage terrassé par un tigre (Wild Horse Felled by a Tiger), 1828. (x1946-200), 1828. 1 item.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Pintor (Self Portrait), 1799. (x1946-239), 1799. 1 item.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Que se la Llevaron! (They carried her off!), 1799. (x1946-241), 1799. 1 item.
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Juste de Juste (French, 1505–1559), Standing Male Nude with Long Stick. (x1947-161), undated. 1 item.
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Eugène Carrière (French, 1849–1906), Studies of a crawling baby. (x1948-311), undated. 1 item.
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Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, ca. 1480–ca. 1534), after Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Virgin Adored by Saints, plate 17 from the Life of the Virgin, printed 18th century. (x1966-12), printed 18th century. 1 item.
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Jean Restout (French, 1692–1768), formerly attributed to Nicolas Largilliere (French, 1656–1746), Studies for the portrait of Pierre De Vigny, ca. 1720. (x1977-69), ca. 1720. 1 item.
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Henry Moore (1898–1986; born Castleford, UK; died Perry Green, UK), Eight Reclining Figures, 1962. (x1983-215), 1962. 1 item.
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Attributed to Sir Peter Lely (Dutch, active in England, 1618–1680), after Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1566–1651), Studies of hands, plate 22 of Abraham Bloemaert's Tekenboek. (1997-577), undated. 1 item.
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Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863; born Clarenton-Saint Maurice, France; died Paris, France), Lion Devouring a Horse, 1844. (2001-38), 1844. 1 item.
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William Baillie (Irish, 1723–1793), after Gerrit Dou (1613–1675; born and died Leiden, Netherlands), Dutch Interior by Candlelight, 1774. (2005-109), 1774. 1 item.
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Unknown artist, after Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish, 1591–1652), Drawing manual, late 17th–18th century. (2017-165 a-j), late 17th–18th century. 1 item.
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James Edward Davis (1901–1974, born Clarksburg, WV; died Princeton, NJ; active New York and Princeton), Ballet Rehearsal, 1935. (x1952-12), 1935. 1 item.
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Tobias Stimmer (Swiss, 1539 - 1584), Moses and the Brazen Serpent, ca. 1560. (x1952-88), ca. 1560. 1 item.
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Ferdinand Kobell (German, 1740–1799), Landscape, 1740–99. (x1952-94), 1740–99. 1 item.
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Workshop of Georg Wechter I (German, 1526–1586), formerly attributed to Bernhard Zan (German, Nurnberg, act. c. 1598), Covered goblet, ca. 1598. (x1952-107), ca. 1598. 1 item.
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Attributed to Josef Anton Koch (German, 1768–1839), View of Tivoli. (x1966-50), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Franz Theobold Horny (German, 1798 –1824), Two Figures in a Landscape, ca. 1820. (x1966-57), ca. 1820. 1 item.
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Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), Sketches. (x1976-210), undated. 1 item.
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Circle of Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), Sketches, 17th century – 18th century. (x1976-211), 17th century – 18th century. 1 item.
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Circle of Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), Overthrow of the Titans. (x1976-212), undated. 1 item.
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Circle of Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), John the Baptist, 17th century. (x1976-213), 17th century. 1 item.
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Circle of Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), River God and Nymphs, 17th century – 18th century. (x1976-214), 17th century – 18th century. 1 item.
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Circle of Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), Abundance, 17th century – 18th century. (x1976-215), 17th century – 18th century. 1 item.
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Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, ca. 1602. (x1978-17), ca. 1602. 1 item.
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Paul Decker the Elder (German, 1677–1713), Design for a Grotto, ca. 1711. (2008-341), ca. 1711. 1 item.
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Caspar Freisinger (German, ca. 1550–1599), The Storm on the Sea of Galilee, 1591. (2009-84), 1591. 1 item.
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Johann Matthias Kager (German, 1575–1634), The Martyrdom of Saint Kolomann, ca. 1627. (2014-46), ca. 1627. 1 item.
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Georg Wilhelm Neunhertz (German, 1689–1749), Saint Elizabeth of Portugal feeding the poor. (2017-118), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Vittore Carpaccio (Italian, 1460/66–1525/26), Two Standing Women, One in Mamluk Dress, 1501–08. (x1944-274), 1501–08. 1 item.
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Moretto da Brescia (Italian, 1498 - 1554), School of Raphael (1483–1520; born Rome, Italy; died Urbino, Italy), Cherub's Head, ca. 1530. (x1947-169), ca. 1530. 1 item.
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Andrea Boscoli (Italian, 1550–1607), after Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Joachim and the Angels, after woodcut in Life of the Virgin series, 16th century. (x1947-170), 16th century. 1 item.
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School of Giulio Romano (Italian, 1499–1546), Design for an Ornamental Vase. (x1948-699), undated. 1 item.
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Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Cosmographer, ca. 1660. (x1948-709), ca. 1660. 1 item.
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Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), The Visitation: Elizabeth Aids the Virgin to Dismount; Verso: Elizabeth Embracing the Virgin, ca. 1632. (x1948-745), ca. 1632. 1 item.
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Salvator Rosa (Italian, 1615–1673), Six Studies of Figures for the Angel Raphael Leaving the House of Tobit. (x1948-800), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Head of a Bald Old Man with a Moustache, Seen from Above. (x1948-829), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Seated Figure with Arms Raised, Seen from Below. (x1948-835), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Seated female in contrapposto, seen from below, ca. 1760. (x1948-839), ca. 1760. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Farm Buildings with Open Doors, Bridge and Gate. (x1948-893), undated. 1 item.
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Filippo Juvarra (Italian, 1678–1736), Sketch for a Freestanding Funerary. (x1948-1921), undated. 1 item.
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School of Ferdinando Bibiena (Italian, 1657–1745), formerly attributed to Antonio Bibiena, Gateway and forecourt of a royal palace seen through a proscenium arch. (x1953-64), undated. 1 item.
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Gherardo Cibo (active 1532; active Arcevia, Italy), Landscape with a Winding Stream and a Mill, 1569–70. (x1966-53), 1569–70. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Joachim and the Angel. (x1968-80), undated. 1 item.
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Ignaz Günther (German, 1725–1775), Design for an Epitaph, ca. 1757. (2009-85), ca. 1757. 1 item.
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Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine. (x1948-615), undated. 1 item.
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After Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine. (x1948-621), undated. 1 item.
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Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Circumcision of Abraham. (x1948-653), undated. 1 item.
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Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Cephalus and Procris, 1630s. (x1948-733), 1630s. 1 item.
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Pier Francesco Mola (Italian, 1612–1666), Caricature of a man in profile. (x1948-759), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Head of a Bearded Soldier for the Kaisersaal at Wurzburg. (x1948-864), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Head of a Bearded Man in Left Profile. (x1948-865), undated. 1 item.
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Standing Bearded Man in a Cloak and Hat, Facing Left. (x1948-866), undated. 1 item.
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Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, 1727–1804), Saracen Cavalryman. (x1948-895), undated. 1 item.
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Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, 1727–1804), Studies of Seated Figures Seen From Below. (x1948-896), undated. 1 item.
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School of Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, 1727–1804), Mercury and Aeneas. (x1948-911), undated. 1 item.
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After Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Circumcision of Abraham. (x1948-1259), undated. 1 item.
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After Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Two Putti Holding the Sudarium above the Head of St. John the Baptist. (x1949-29), undated. 1 item.
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Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Two putti holding the sudarium above the head of St. John the Baptist. (x1949-30), undated. 1 item.
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School of Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Bearded Man in Three-Quarter View, Holding a Book. (x1949-57), undated. 1 item.
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Anonymous Italian Venetian 18th century, school of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Martyrdom of St. Agatha. (x1953-80), undated. 1 item.
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School of Pier Francesco Mola (Italian, 1612–1666), Head and shoulders of elderly man. (x1953-97), undated. 1 item.
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Johann Evangelist Holzer (German, 1709–1740), Reclining Nude Youth. (x1976-149), undated. 1 item.
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Martin Johann Schmidt (German, 1718–1801), Christ and the Apostles. (2011-20), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Salomon Gessner (Swiss, 1730–1788), Wooded landscape with a shepherd seated by a stream, 1776. (2016-91), 1776. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756/57–1827), Thirteen heads. (x1948-1664), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756/57–1827), Caricature heads. (x1948-1666), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Gerard Terborch, the elder (Dutch, 1584–1662), Gerard Terborch, the younger (Dutch, 1617–1681), Seated Man. (x1952-101), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Daniel Vertangen (Dutch, ca. 1598–1681/4), after Cornelis van Poelenburch (Dutch, 1586/94–1667), Diana and Acteon. (x1952-106), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Emil Nolde (German, 1867–1956), Sunflowers. (x1955-52), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944; born Moscow, Russia; died Neuilly-sur-Seine, France; active Germany, Russia, and France), Published by Propyläen Verlag, Kleine Welten (Small Worlds), plate 4, 1922. (x1970-124), 1922. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), Sketch for a Dedicatory Composition, 17th century. (x1976-209), 17th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jackson Pollock (1912–1956; born Cody, WY; died East Hampton, NY), Untitled, ca. 1939 – 1940. (x1986-107), ca. 1939 – 1940. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Sandro Chia (born Florence 1946), A Marianna, 1973. (x1991-218), 1973. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Karel Škréta (Czech, 1610–1674), formerly attributed to Spanish,17th century, Saint Francis Borja before an altar, ca. 1671. (2002-112), ca. 1671. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901–1966), Male Saint and Two Figures (after Byzantine mosaic?), 1955–57. (2005-44), 1955–57. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Adrian Zingg (Swiss, 1734–1816), View of Dresden. (2008-342), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Simon Okeke (Nigerian, 1937–1969), Nigeria, Western Africa, Off to battle, 1963. (2013-43), 1963. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Romare Bearden (1911–1988; born Charlotte, NC; died New York, NY), Printed by Sirocco Screenprinters, Salome, 1974. (ui.2012.1309), 1974. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), The Hanging, from the series Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre (The Miseries of War), 1633. (x1934-302), 1633. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Pieta, 1596. (x1936-17), 1596. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Profile of an unshaven Pope. (x1948-716), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Unshaven man in a cap, with his hands crossed on his chest, 1630s–40s. (x1948-1309), 1630s–40s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574; born Heemskerck, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Susanna, ca. 1560. (x1962-53), ca. 1560. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

After Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574; born Heemskerck, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Philip Galle (1537–1612; born Haarlem, Netherlands; died Antwerp, Belgium), Susanna and the Elders, ca. 1560. (x1963-20), ca. 1560. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Joseph Mallord William Turner (English, 1775–1851), Falls at Schaffhausen, ca. 1841. (x1982-48), ca. 1841. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Louis-Jacques Mandé Daguerre (French, 1787–1851), Thiers, Auvergne, ca. 1827. (x1988-141), ca. 1827. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Abraham Bosse (French, 1602–1676), The Printing of Copper Plates (L'Imprimateur en Taille-douce), 1642. (x1992-101), 1642. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Abraham Bosse (French, 1602–1676), Copper Plate Engravers and Etchers (Graveurs en taille douce au burin et à l'eau forte), 1643. (x1992-102), 1643. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Trost Richards (1833–1905; born Philadelphia, PA; died Newport, RI), Near the Inlet, Atlantic City, 1873. (x1994-38), 1873. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

John White Abbott (British, 1764–1851), Loch Long from hills near Arrochar, Scotland at 5 in the morning, 1791. (2017-216), 1791. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), after Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564), La Pieta, 1607–11. (x1934-8), 1607–11. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), afer Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564), La Pieta, 1607–11. (x1934-9), 1607–11. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Act 5, from the series Soliman, 1620. (x1934-131 e), 1620. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Designer of the Lute. (x1935-1470), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Cole (1801–1848; born Lancashire, United Kingdom; died Catskill, NY), Tree and Rock, 1823. (x1940-84), 1823. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Léonard Gaultier (French, 1561–ca. 1635), after Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564), Last Judgement. (x1941-84), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

School of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680; born Naples, Italy; died Rome, Italy), Flying Angel. (x1944-544), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Augustin Pajou (French, 1730–1809), after Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680; born Naples, Italy; died Rome, Italy), Tomb of Urban VIII, St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, 1752–56. (x1948-449), 1752–56. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Augustin Pajou (French, 1730–1809), after Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680; born Naples, Italy; died Rome, Italy), Tomb of Cardinal Domenico Pimentel, Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, 1756. (x1948-450), 1756. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Saint Jerome in his Study, 1514. (x1949-208), 1514. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

School of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680; born Naples, Italy; died Rome, Italy), Two Studies for Fountains in Grotto Niches: a Scene of Rape and Neptune in His Chariot. (x1953-65), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Saint Jerome in Penitence, ca. 1496. (x1959-7), ca. 1496. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, ca. 1480–ca. 1534), after Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Jesus Disputing with the Doctors, plate 15 from the Life of the Virgin, printed 18th century. (x1966-11), printed 18th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553; born Kronach, Germany; died Weimar, Germany), Venus and Cupid, 1506. (x1976-291), 1506. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

John Sloan (1871–1951; born Lock Haven, PA; died Hanover, NH; active Philadelphia and New York, NY), McSorley's Back Room, 1916. (x1993-200), 1916. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Antoine Coypel (French, 1661–1722), formerly attributed to Carle van Loo (French, 1705–1765), Draped Figure: Study for the Figure of Ignorance in Time Pursuing Error and Discovering Truth. (x1944-285), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown Central Italian artist, Iris Binding Aeolus, early 16th century. (x1945-49), early 16th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Pier Leone Ghezzi (Italian, 1674–1755), Man Leaving a Funeral, 1730s. (x1950-18), 1730s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Europa and the Bull. (x1952-99), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Jan Lievens (Dutch, 1607–1674), Man at Table. (x1952-111), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gerrit Pietersz. Sweelink (Dutch, 1566 - before ca. 1612), formerly attributed to Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1566–1651), Two Shepherds, ca. 1600. (x1961-7), ca. 1600. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Italian, Putto, 18th century. (x1976-216), 18th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hinrich Degener (German, Hamburg, active ca. 1615-1616), Justice, ca. 1615-1616. (x1982-23), ca. 1615-1616. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Pieter van Laer (Dutch, 1599–1642), formerly attributed to Jan Asselyn (Dutch, 1610–1652), Standing Man, ca. 1628 – 1630. (x1992-114), ca. 1628 – 1630. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Wifredo Lam (Cuban, active Cuba and France, 1902–1982), Untitled, 1972. (2001-80), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859–1937; born Pittsburgh, PA; died Paris, France), The Disciples See Christ Walking on the Water, ca. 1907. (2003-30), ca. 1907. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Georg Anton Urlaub (German, 1713 - 1759), Saint Matthew and the Angel, ca. 1753–54. (2007-111), ca. 1753–54. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Nicolas Beatrizet (French, 1507 or 1515–ca. 1565), The Statue of Pasquino, ca. 1550. (2017-67), ca. 1550. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Oceanus, ca. 1588–90. (x1934-691), ca. 1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Aether, ca. 1588–90. (x1934-693), ca. 1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Tethys, ca. 1588–90. (x1934-694), ca. 1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Proserpine, ca. 1588–90. (x1934-695), ca. 1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Nox, ca.1588–90. (x1934-696), ca.1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Martin Schongauer (German, ca. 1430–1491), Bearing of the Cross, ca. 1475–80. (x1951-120), ca. 1475–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938; born Aschaffenburg, Germany; died Frauenkirch, Switzerland), Two Bathing Girls, 1925. (x1957-130), 1925. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Demogorgon in the Cave of Eternity, c.1588–90. (x1982-5), c.1588–90. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Boy and Dog (Niño y perro), 1932. (x1970-127), 1932. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

François Boucher (1703–1770; born and died Paris, France), Seated man with ankles crossed. (x1977-32), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Cornelis Cort (1533–1578; born Hoorn, The Netherlands; died Rome, Italy), after Jan van der Straet (Flemish, 1523–1605), The Practice of the Visual Arts, 1578. (x1987-36), 1578. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Reclining female figure (mural study for Tehuantepec panels, Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City), 1923. (1999-175), 1923. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883–1949), Last Scream. (2001-90), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883–1949), Kneeling man with shroud. (2001-91), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Diego Rivera (1886–1957; born Guanajuato, Mexico; died Mexico City), Mujer con canasta (Woman with basket), 1948. (2001-94), 1948. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Remedios Varo (1908–1963; born Anglés, Spain; died Mexico City, Mexico; active Mexico City), Winter (Invierno), 1947–49. (2001-139), 1947–49. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Margaret Taylor Goss Burroughs (1917–2010; born Saint Rose, LA; died Chicago, IL), Black Venus, 1957. (2009-28), 1957. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), attributed to Torii Kiyonobu I 鳥居清信 (1664–1729), Couple with Pillow and Padded Kimono (Kaimaki futon to makura ni danjo かいまきふとんと枕に男女), from an untitled erotic series (Shunga shirīzu 春画シリーズ), 1710s. (2009-35), 1710s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (Utagawa Toyokuni III 三代歌川豊国) (1786–1865), Published by Kinshōdō 錦昇堂, Nakamura Utaemon IV as Matsuomaru (「舎人松王丸」四代目中村歌右衛門), from an untitled series of actor portraits, 1863. (2015-6733), 1863. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (Utagawa Toyokuni III 三代歌川豊国) (1786–1865), Nakamura Utaemon IV as Matsuomaru (「舎人松王丸」四代目中村歌右衛門), from an untitled series of actor portraits, ca. 1863. (2015-6734), ca. 1863. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), The Skeleton of Don Juan Tenorio, ca. 1900–10. (2021-196), ca. 1900–10. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Carlos Mérida (1891–1984; born Guatemala City, Guatemala; died Mexico City, Mexico; active Guatemala, Mexico, and France), Dance of the Chinelos, from Dances of Mexico, 1939. (2021-201), 1939. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Temptation of St. Anthony, first plate, ca. 1616–17. (x1934-324), ca. 1616–17. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728–1779), Apollo and Marsyas. (x1951-99), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Max Beckmann (1884–1950; born Leipzig, Germany; died New York, NY), Große Operation (The Large Operation), 1914, published 1919. (2005-53), 1914. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Daniel Gran (Austrian, 1694–1757), Allegory Glorifying an Unknown Patron, before 1743. (2010-128), before 1743. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, African Headdress, 1931–46. (2012-2.1), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Old Church, 1931–46. (2012-2.2), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Coming Home, 1931–46. (2012-2.3), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Relics, 1931–46. (2012-2.4), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, By Parties Unknown, 1931–46, printed 1996. (2012-2.5), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Giddap, 1931–46, printed 1996. (2012-2.6), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Trusty on a Mule, 1931–46. (2012-2.7), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jean Rabel (French, 1545–1603), Henri II. (x1934-962), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Marshall (British, active ca. 1617–1650), King Charles I Seated at a Globe. (x1934-979), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Cesare Gennari (Cento 1637–1688 Bologna), Caricature of a cook in a tall hat, holding a pestle. (x1948-690), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Caricature of a man in a map, facing left. (x1948-871), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Caricature of a standing fat man in a cap, facing left. (x1948-879), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756/57–1827), Man's head and sheep's head. (x1948-1669), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Possibly Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780–1867; born Montauban, France; died Paris; active Rome, Florence, and Paris), Study of the Laocoon. (x1958-40), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

School of Hans, the elder Burgkmair (German, 1473–1531), Adam and Eve. (x1970-56), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Five Figure Studies, ca. 1514 – 1515. (x1990-101), ca. 1514 – 1515. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Anton Maria Zanetti (Italian, 1680–1767), after Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), Saint James the Greater, 1723. (2004-63), 1723. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Untitled, 1896. (2008-22), 1896. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Joseph Mallord William Turner (English, 1775–1851), Shields Lighthouse, ca. 1826. (2010-168), ca. 1826. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

A. R. Penck (1939–2017; born Dresden, Germany; active Germany, Ireland, and the United States), Standart, 1970. (2020-44), 1970. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Funeral procession, ca. 1890–95. (2021-198), ca. 1890–95. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas van Leyden (ca. 1494–1533; born Leiden, The Netherlands; died Leiden), The Dentist, 1523. (2021-281), 1523. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas van Leyden (ca. 1494–1533; born Leiden, The Netherlands; died Leiden), The Dentist, 1523. (2021-282), 1523. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Cornelis Dusart (1660–1704; born and died Haarlem, Netherlands), Village Fair, 1685. (x1934-454), 1685. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

John James Audubon (American, 1785–1851), Engraver Robert Havell Jr. (American, born England, 1793–1878), Black and Yellow Warbler, from first edition elephand folio of Audubon's Birds of America, plate 50. (x1946-110), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jacques Villon (1875–1963; born Damville, France; died Puteaux), Portrait of an Actor (Felix Barre), 1913. (x1946-366), 1913. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Mark Catesby (British, ca. 1682 - 1749), The Blue Heron. (x1946-390), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Mark Catesby (British, ca. 1682 - 1749), The Red Bird. (x1946-391), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Mark Catesby (British, ca. 1682 - 1749), The Blew-Bird (sic). (x1946-392), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Claude Mellan (French, 1598–1688), The Sudarium of Saint Veronica, 1649. (x1960-16), 1649. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Blake (British, 1757–1827), The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini (Dante, Inferno, Canto V). (x1969-4), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Blake (British, 1757–1827), The Circle of Thieves: Agnolo Brunelleschi Attacked by a Serpent, 1827, printed 1968. (x1969-7), 1827. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Stuart Davis (American, 1894–1964), Study #2 for "Famous Firsts", 1958. (x1982-45), 1958. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Théodore Géricault (French, 1791–1824), Flayed Cadavers: Study for Raft of the Medusa, 1818. (x1986-9), 1818. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jean-Baptiste Wicar (1762–1834; born Lille, France; died Rome, Italy), Drapery study for the Raising of the Son of the Widow of Nain, 1816. (1995-62), 1816. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Robert Motherwell (1915–1991; born Aberdeen, WA; died Provincetown, MA; active New York, NY, Greenwich, CT, and Provincetown), Hen, 1950. (2001-206), 1950. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Govaert Flinck (Dutch, 1615–1660), Seated Youth. (x1957-136), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Lamentation, ca. 1497–1500. (x1957-144), ca. 1497–1500. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas Vorsterman the Elder (Flemish, 1595–1675), after Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640; born Siegen, Germany; died Antwerp, Belgium), Susannah and the Elders, 1620. (x1959-65), 1620. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Blake (British, 1757–1827), The Pit of Disease: The Falsifiers (Dante, Inferno, Canto XXIX and XXX). (x1969-9), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Hundred Guilder Print, ca. 1649. (x1969-309), ca. 1649. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jean Decourt (French, active 1541–1564, died before 1583), formerly attributed to French artist, Portrait of Marie Eleonore of Cleves, Duchess of Prussia (1550-1608), mid-1570s. (x1971-542), mid-1570s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jackson Pollock (1912–1956; born Cody, WY; died East Hampton, NY), Untitled (recto and verso), ca. 1939–40. (x1986-108), ca. 1939–40. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Abraham Jansz. van Diepenbeeck (Flemish, 1596–1675), Crucifixion of Three Jesuits in Nagasaki, ca. 1650. (2005-58), ca. 1650. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900–1980; born Cairo, IL; died New York, NY), Printed at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, Sunday Promenade, 1931–46, printed 1996. (2012-2.8), 1931–46. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Gabriel Le Duc (French, 1623/25–1696), Architecture studies, ca. 1647–48. (2017-17), ca. 1647–48. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Workshop of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (Italian, 1484–1546), Study Sheet with Churches and Palaces, ca. 1530. (2020-315), ca. 1530. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680), Man with Feather in Cap, 1642. (x1934-585), 1642. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Arnout van Beresteyn, 1579. (x1934-639 a), 1579. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Coat of Arms of Arnout van Beresteyn, 1579. (x1934-710 c), 1579. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Bust of a Woman Holding a Flute, ca. 1583–1617. (x1934-721.5), ca. 1583–1617. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Musical Instruments, ca. 1583–1617. (x1934-721.6), ca. 1583–1617. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas van Leyden (ca. 1494–1533; born Leiden, The Netherlands; died Leiden), Saint Jerome, 1513. (x1935-1484), 1513. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, 1607–1677), after Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519), Heads, ca. 1645. (x1937-286), ca. 1645. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553; born Kronach, Germany; died Weimar, Germany), Martin Luther as an Augustinian Monk, 1520. (x1946-175), 1520. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Supper at Emmaus (small plate), 1634. (x1949-221), 1634. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Virgin and Child seated by a Tree, 1513. (x1956-16), 1513. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Virgin and Child seated on a Grassy Bank, 1503. (x1960-19), 1503. 1 item.
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Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, 1607–1677), after Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519), Old Man in Cap. (x1960-81), undated. 1 item.
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Pablo Picasso (1881–1973; born Malaga, Spain; died Mougins, France; active Paris), Published by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler (German, 1884–1979), Nature morte: compotier (Still Life: Fruit Dish), 1909, published 1911. (x1976-19), 1909. 1 item.
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Jakob Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1573/75–1630), after Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1542–1601), Published by Jakob Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1573/75–1630), Sheet with Toad and Adder, part 4 of folio 10 from Archetypa Studiaque patris Georgii Hoefnagelii, 1592. (2007-107), 1592. 1 item.
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Jakob Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1573/75–1630), after Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1542–1601), Published by Jakob Hoefnagel (Flemish, 1573/75–1630), Sheet with Tomato and Carnation, part 4 of folio 9 from Archetypa Studiaque patris Georgii Hoefnagelii, 1592. (2007-108), 1592. 1 item.
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Unknown Italian artist, Three Monks' Heads, 16th century. (2009-49), 16th century. 1 item.
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Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Bust of an Old Man, Looking Down, Three-Quarters Right, 1631. (2010-161), 1631. 1 item.
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Pablo Picasso (1881–1973; born Malaga, Spain; died Mougins, France; active Paris), Two Studies of Female Nudes (Le Bain), 1905–06. (x1948-1808), 1905–06. 1 item.
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After Giambologna (Flemish, active in Italy, 1529–1608), Rape of the Sabine. (x1976-65), undated. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Pensando, Autorretrato (Thinking, Self Portrait), 1985. (1998-154), 1985. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Madre (Mother), 1985. (2001-108), 1985. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Untitled, 1964. (2001-109), 1964. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), El beso (The Kiss), 1985. (2001-127), 1985. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Man Slaughtering Cow, 1970s. (2001-128), 1970s. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Jalada de pelos (Pulling One's Hairs), 1987. (2001-130), 1987. 1 item.
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Francisco Toledo (1940–2019, born Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico; died Oaxaca City, Mexico; active Oaxaca City), Cangrejo (Crab), 1990s. (2001-135), 1990s. 1 item.
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Rosemarie Trockel (German, born 1952), Untitled, 2000. (2005-11), 2000. 1 item.
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Isaac Becket (British, 1653–1719), after Gerard Soest (Dutch, ca. 1600–1681), The Lady Brownlow, ca. 1681. (x1937-288), ca. 1681. 1 item.
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Martin Schongauer (German, ca. 1430–1491), Christ Carrying the Cross. (x1942-262), undated. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Four Angels Restraining the Winds (The Apocalypse), 1497 – 1498. (x1946-219), 1497 – 1498. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Christ Bearing the Cross, ca. 1498–99. (x1946-222), ca. 1498–99. 1 item.
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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Men's Bathhouse, ca. 1496. (x1956-17), ca. 1496. 1 item.
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Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431–1506), Bacchanal with a Wine Press, ca. 1475. (x1957-128), ca. 1475. 1 item.
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Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431–1506), Battle of the Sea Gods, ca. 1470–75. (x1957-129), ca. 1470–75. 1 item.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Bravo Toro, plate 2 from the series Les Taureaux de Bordeaux (The Bulls of Bordeaux), 1824–25. (x1978-14), 1824–25. 1 item.
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Walter Fryer Stocks (British, 1842–1915), Mrs. Fanny Eaton, ca. 1859. (2016-1), ca. 1859. 1 item.
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Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863; born Clarenton-Saint Maurice, France; died Paris, France), Printed by Frédéric Villot (1809–1875; born Liège, Belgium; died Paris, France), Arabes d'Oran (Arabs of Oran), 1833. (2022-86), 1833. 1 item.
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Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863; born Clarenton-Saint Maurice, France; died Paris, France), Printed by Auguste Delâtre (1822–1907, born Paris, France; died Paris), Published by Alfred Cadart (1828–1875, born St. Omer, France; died Paris, France; active Paris), Arabes d'Oran (Arabs of Oran), 1833, printed 1865. (2022-87), 1833. 1 item.
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William Blake (British, 1757–1827), Published by Joseph Johnson (British, 1738–1809), A Coromantyn Free Negro, or Ranger, armed, plate 1 from the book Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam in Guina ... from the year 1772 to 1777 by Captain J.G. Stedman, printed December 2, 1793. (x1938-59 d I), printed December 2, 1793. 1 item.
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William Blake (British, 1757–1827), Published by Joseph Johnson (British, 1738–1809), A Negro hung alive by the Ribs to a Gallows, plate 2 from the book Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam in Guina ... from the year 1772 to 1777 by Captain J.G. Stedman, printed December 1, 1792. (x1938-59 d II), printed December 1, 1792. 1 item.
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William Blake (British, 1757–1827), Published by Joseph Johnson (British, 1738–1809), A Surinam Planter in his Morning Dress, plate 10 from the book Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam in Guina ... from the year 1772 to 1777 by Captain J.G. Stedman, printed December 2, 1793. (x1938-59 d X), printed December 2, 1793. 1 item.
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William Blake (British, 1757–1827), Published by Joseph Johnson (British, 1738–1809), The Execution of Breaking on the Rack, printed December 2, 1793. (x1938-59 d XIII), printed December 2, 1793. 1 item.
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James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903; born Lowell, MA; died London, UK; active England and Paris, France), The Little Venice, 1880. (x1952-8), 1880. 1 item.
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Antoine Trouvain (French, 1656–1708), Francois d'Aix de laChaise, late 17th century – early 18th century. (x1960-12), late 17th century – early 18th century. 1 item.
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Yves Tanguy (French, 1900–1955), Ombres Ameres, 1951. (x1963-11), 1951. 1 item.
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Victor de Vasarely (Hungarian, active in France, 1908-1997), SIKRA-MC. (x1975-84), undated. 1 item.
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Victor de Vasarely (Hungarian, active in France, 1908-1997), G-FF. (x1975-85), undated. 1 item.
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James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903; born Lowell, MA; died London, UK; active England and Paris, France), The Little Venice, 1880. (x1976-103), 1880. 1 item.
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James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903; born Lowell, MA; died London, UK; active England and Paris, France), Little Venice. (x1976-104), undated. 1 item.
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Carl André (American, born 1935), Printed by Andrea Feldman, Stephen Feldman, and Karen Feldman at Parasol Press, Ltd., Untitled, 1976. (2006-137.1), 1976. 1 item.
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Richard Artschwager (American, 1924– 2013), Printed by Catherine Kord at Parasol Press, Ltd., Untitled, 1976. (2006-137.2), 1976. 1 item.
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Daniel Buren (French, born 1938), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., 1000 Placements, 1977. (2006-137.3), 1977. 1 item.
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Chuck Close (American, born 1940), Printed at A. Colish Press, Inc., Phil, 1976. (2006-137.4), 1976. 1 item.
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Barry Le Va (American, born 1941), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., Installation Floor Plan for Any Space Surrounded by Four Walls (1974), 1976. (2006-137.5 a-b), 1976. 1 item.
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Sol LeWitt (1928–2007; born Hartford, CT; died New York, NY), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., Lines in Four Directions, 1976. (2006-137.6), 1976. 1 item.
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Robert Mangold (American, born 1937), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., A Square with Four Squares Cut Away, 1976. (2006-137.7), 1976. 1 item.
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Sylvia Plimack Mangold (American, born 1938), Printed at A. Colish Press, Inc., Six Inches Four Ways, 1976. (2006-137.8), 1976. 1 item.
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Agnes Martin (American, 1912–2004), Printed at Triton Press, Praise, 1976. (2006-137.9), 1976. 1 item.
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Don Nice (American, born 1932), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., Bear with Predella, 1976. (2006-137.10), 1976. 1 item.
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Myron Stedman Stout (American, 1908–1987), Printed at A. Colish Press, Inc., Untitled, 1976. (2006-137.11), 1976. 1 item.
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Tom Wesselmann (American, 1931–2004), Printed at A. Colish Press, Inc., Shiny Nude, 1977. (2006-137.12), 1977. 1 item.
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Joe Zucker (American, born 1941), Printed by Aaron Arnow at Parasol Press, Ltd., The Relocation of Property by Natural Forces, 1976. (2006-137.13), 1976. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Iyo Province: Saijō (Iyo, Saijō 伊予 西条), from the series "Famous Places in the Sixty-odd Provinces [of Japan]" ([Dai Nihon] Rokujūyoshū meisho zue 六十余州名所図絵), 1855 [Ansei 2], 9th month. (x1966-62), 1855 [Ansei 2]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信 (1725–1770), Young Man Selling Fans (Uchiwa uri 団扇売り), ca. 1766–67 [Meiwa 3–4]. (x1983-27), ca. 1766–67 [Meiwa 3–4]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Published by Takenouchi Magohachi 竹内孫八, Akasaka: Inn with Serving Maids (Akasaka, ryosha shōfu no zu 赤坂 旅舎招婦ノ図), from the series "Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi no uchi 東海道五十三次之内), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. (x1983-34), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Kakegawa: View of Akiba Mountain (Kakegawa Akiba-san enbō 掛川 秋葉山遠望), from the series "Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi no uchi 東海道五十三次之内), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. (x1983-36), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Fukagawa Lumberyards (Fukagawa Kiba 深川木場), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo" (Meisho Edo hyakkei 名所江戸百景), 1856 [Ansei 3], 8th month. (x1983-40), 1856 [Ansei 3]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), New Year's Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ōji (Ōji Shōzoku enoki Ōmisoka no kitsunebi 王子装束ゑの木大晦日の狐火), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo" (Meisho Edo hyakkei 名所江戸百景), 1857 [Ansei 4], 9th month. (x1983-41), 1857 [Ansei 4]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Published by Tsutaya Kichizō 蔦屋吉蔵 (Japanese), Ōtsuki Plain in Kai Province (Kai Ōtsuki no hara 甲斐大月の原), from the series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" (Fugaku sanjūrokkei 富嶽三十六景), 1858 [Ansei 5], 4th month. (x1983-42), 1858 [Ansei 5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Toyokuni I 初代歌川豊国 (1769–1825; born and died Tokyo, Japan), Published by Izumiya Ichibei 和泉屋市兵衛 (Japanese, active 1792–1802), Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom at Naka-no-chō in the Yoshiwara (Sakuradoki no Yoshiwara Naka no chō 桜時の吉原仲之町), ca. 1791–93 [Kansei 3–5]. (x1983-73), ca. 1791–93 [Kansei 3–5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hirosada 歌川広貞 (1819–1865), Published by Tenmaya Kihei 天満屋喜兵衛, Nagori no Tachibana III (名残りの橘 三), ca. 1852. (x1991-272), ca. 1852. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信 (1725–1770), The Kōya Jewel River (Kōya no Tamagawa 高野の玉川) , ca. 1765. (1996-206), ca. 1765. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Komagata Hall and Azuma Bridge (Komagata-dō Azuma-bashi), ca. 1857. (1996-215), ca. 1857. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川国芳 (1797–1861), Preaching to the Cormorant Fishermen on the Isawagawa in Kai Province (Kai Isawagawa ugai bokon 甲斐 石和川鵜飼亡魂 道), from the series "Abridged Illustrated Biography of the Founder [Nichiren]" (Koso go-ichidai ryakuzu 高祖御一代略圖), ca. 1835. (1996-216), ca. 1835. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信 (1725–1770), Lighting a Lamp-Sunset Glow (Andōn no sekishō あんたうの夕照), from the series "Eight Parlor Scenes" (Zashiki hakkei 坐鋪八景), ca. 1766 [Meiwa 3]. (2007-162), ca. 1766 [Meiwa 3]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Okumura Toshinobu 奥村利信 (active ca. 1717–1750), Courtesans of the Three Cities, ca. 1731. (2009-34), ca. 1731. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Published by Iseya Sanjirō 伊勢屋三次郎, Poem by Fujiwara no Michinobu Ason (藤原道信朝臣), from the series "One Hundred Poems Explained by the Nurse" (Hyakunin isshu uba ga etoki 百人一首宇波か縁説), ca. 1839. (2009-36), ca. 1839. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Gochōtei Sadamasu I 五蝶亭貞升 (active 1830–1854), Nakamura Utaemon IV as Ishikawa Goemon and Mimasu Daigoro IV as Mashiba Hisayoshi (「石川五衛門」四代目中村歌右衛門、「真柴久吉」四代目三枡大五郎). (2011-40), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信 (1725–1770), Lovers' Parting Embrace through a Mosquito Net (Kinuginu no wakare kaya no naigai きぬぎぬの別れ(蚊帳の内外)), ca. 1767–69 [Meiwa 4–5]. (2013-5), ca. 1767–69 [Meiwa 4–5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Meiji period (1868–1912), after Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), "Little Crow," Sword of the Minamoto (Kogarasumaru no hitokoshi 小鳥丸の一腰 源) (or Crow, Sword, and Plum Blossoms), from the series "Four Great Clans of Japan" (Shisei no uchi 四性ノ内), reprinted 1890s. (2014-28), reprinted 1890s. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Published by Uoya Eikichi 魚屋栄吉 (Kinshōdō 金松堂), Moon Pine at Ueno, from the series One Hundred Views of Famous Places in Edo, 1857. (2018-102), 1857. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Hishikawa Moronobu 菱川師宣 (1618–1694), Old man telling story at a charcoal fire. (x1942-287), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), copy after Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木春信 (1725–1770), Scene from Michiyuki tabiji no yomeiri (Tonase and Konami 道行旅路の嫁入(戸名瀬と小浪). (x1942-308), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川歌麿 (1753–1806), The Habit of Criticizing Others (Ta o soshiru kuse 他を誹る癖), from the series "Seven Bad Habits" (Nakute nana kuse なくて七癖), ca. 1797 [Kansei 9]. (x1946-388), ca. 1797 [Kansei 9]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Torii Kiyonaga 鳥居清長 (1752–1815), The Fourth Month (四月), from the series "Twelve Months in the South" (Minami jūni kō 美南見十二候), ca. 1783–84. (x1949-110 a-b), ca. 1783–84. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Toyokuni I 初代歌川豊国 (1769–1825; born and died Tokyo, Japan), Courtesans and Attendants Making a Giant Snowball (Yukikokashi 雪こかし), ca. 1796 [Kansei 8]. (x1968-111 a-b), ca. 1796 [Kansei 8]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsukawa Shun'ei 勝川春英 (1762–1819), Standing Actor in Female Role, ca. 1800. (x1991-259), ca. 1800. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsukawa Shunshō 勝川春章 (1726–1792), Actor Dancing, ca. 1790. (x1991-260), ca. 1790. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Toyokuni I 初代歌川豊国 (1769–1825; born and died Tokyo, Japan), Actor Iwai Hanshirō (岩井半四郎) in Female Role, ca. 1810. (x1991-269), ca. 1810. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Yoshimine 歌川芳峯 (active ca. 1855–1877), Bust Portrait of an Actor, ca. 1875. (x1991-279), ca. 1875. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Published by Takenouchi Magohachi 竹内孫八, Shōno: Driving Rain (Shōno, hakuu 庄野 白雨), from the series "Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi no uchi 東海道五十三次之内), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. (1997-550), ca. 1833–34 [Tenpō 4–5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Isoda Koryūsai 礒田湖龍斎 (1735–1790), Published by Nishimuraya Yohachi 西村屋与八 (Eijudō 永寿堂), Suminoto of the Ōkanaya, from the series Models for Fashion: New Year Designs as Fresh as Young Leaves (Hinagata wakana no hatsu moyō 雛形若菜の初模様 大かなや内 住の戸), ca. 1777–78 [An'ei 6–7]. (2009-14), ca. 1777–78 [An'ei 6–7]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Shunkōsai Hokushū 春好齋北洲 (active 1810–1832, Osaka, Japan), Published by Honsei (Shōhonya Seishichi 正本屋清七), Actor Nakamura Utaemon III (Shikan) as the Farmer Gosaku, actually Ishikawa Goemon (百姓五作実は石川五右衛門 中村歌右衛門), 1830 [Bunsei 13/Tenpō 1], 1st month. (2011-39), 1830 [Bunsei 13/Tenpō 1]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (Utagawa Toyokuni III 三代歌川豊国) (1786–1865), Published by Hiranoya Shinzō 平野屋新蔵, Iwai Kumesaburō III as Princess Wakana Raising a Large Spider through Incantation (Wakana-hime 若菜姫), from the series "Contest of Magic Scenes by Toyokuni" (Toyokuni kigō gijutsu kioi 豊国揮毫奇術競), 1861. (2011-57), 1861. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), attributed to Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Preparatory study for illustration in An Illustrated New Edition of 'The Water Margin' (Shinpen suiko gaden), late 1820s. (2017-70), late 1820s. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), The Peasants' Revenge, 1632. (x1934-290), 1632. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), The Peasants' Revenge, 1632. (x1934-290 a), 1632. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), The Hospital, 1632. (x1934-291), 1632. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), The Hospital, 1632. (x1934-291 a), 1632. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), The Peasants' Revenge, from the series Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre (The Miseries of War), 1633. (x1934-308), 1633. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), The Peasants' Revenge, from the series Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre (The Miseries of War), 1633. (x1934-308 a), 1633. 1 item.
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Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Hans Felbier, 1582. (x1934-717), 1582. 1 item.
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Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Nicolaus Petri van Deventer, 1595. (x1934-718), 1595. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Tachibana Armor with Chrysanthemum-Stream Motif and Sutra Scroll of Universal Gate Chapter (Fumonbon, Kikusui yoroi, Tachibana), from the series "Four Great Clans of Japan" (Shisei no uchi 四性ノ内), with poem by Sōkaen Takemaru. (x1942-296), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), Dawn at Kanda Myōjin Shrine (Kanda Myōjin akebono no kei 神田明神曙之景), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo" (Meisho Edo hyakkei 名所江戸百景), 1857 [Ansei 4], 9th month. (x1942-305), 1857 [Ansei 4]. 1 item.
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1 item

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Astrologer measuring an astrological globe with a compass. (x1949-48), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and the Dragon. (x1950-51), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and Atlas, 1550. (x1950-52), 1550. 1 item.
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1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and Hippodamia. (x1950-53), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and Deianeira. (x1950-54), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and the Pillars. (x1950-55), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, 1502–1558), Hercules and the Stag. (x1950-56), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Fine Wind, Clear Weather (Gaifū kaisei 凱風快晴), also known as Red Fuji, from the series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" (Fugaku sanjūrokkei 富嶽三十六景), ca. 1830–31. (x1955-45), ca. 1830–31. 1 item.
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1 item

James Ensor (Belgian, 1860–1949), The Vengeance of Hop-Frog. (x1961-39), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797–1858), No. 60, Imasu (今須), from the series "Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaidō Road" (Kisokaidō rokujūkyū tsugi no uchi 木曾街道六拾九次之内), ca. 1835–38 [Tenpō 6–9]. (x1965-46), ca. 1835–38 [Tenpō 6–9]. 1 item.
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Printmaker: Gaulhard (dates unknown), Edited by: Leo de Colange LL.D., Published by: Estes & Lauriat, American, Meiji period (1868–1912), Butterfly Ballet in a Theatre in Yeddo, from the illustrated book "Picturesque World or Scenes in Many Lands", 1878. (2006-63), 1878. 1 item.
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1 item

Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Edo period (1615–1868), Japanese, Published by Iseya Sanjirō 伊勢屋三次郎, Sazai Hall of the Temple of the Five Hundred Arhats (Gohyaku Rakan-ji Sazaidō 五百らかん寺ささゐどう), from the series "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" (Fugaku sanjūrokkei 富嶽三十六景), ca. 1830–31 [Tenpō 1–2]. (2011-56), ca. 1830–31 [Tenpō 1–2]. 1 item.
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1 item

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Published by Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Spanish, founded 1744), Y no hai remedio (And there's no help for it), 1808/09–12, printed 1863. (2011-86), 1808/09–12. 1 item.
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1 item

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Published by Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Spanish, founded 1744), No se puede mirar (One can't look), 1808/09–12, printed 1863. (2011-88), 1808/09–12. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), "Little Crow," Sword of the Minamoto (Kogarasumaru no hitokoshi 小鳥丸の一腰 源) (or Crow, Sword, and Plum Blossoms), from the series "Four Great Clans of Japan" (Shisei no uchi 四性ノ内), early to mid 19th century. (2014-27), early to mid 19th century. 1 item.
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1 item

Johann Friedrich Waldeck (French, 1766–1875), Mexican General in the Time of Montezuma, 1508, ca. 1835. (2021-13), ca. 1835. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Jacques de la Faille, 1580. (x1934-654), 1580. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Josina Hamels, 1580. (x1934-655), 1580. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), The Crucifixion, ca. 1590. (x1934-663), ca. 1590. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Adoration of the Shepherds, ca. 1599. (x1934-713), ca. 1599. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, ca. 1480–ca. 1534), after Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564), after Lucas van Leyden (ca. 1494–1533; born Leiden, The Netherlands; died Leiden), The Climbers, 1510. (x1941-62), 1510. 1 item.
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1 item

Jacopo Palma (Italian, 1548–1628), The Madonna in Glory Appearing to Five Saints. (x1944-268), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Claude Ferdinand Gaillard (French, 1834–1887), "Dusk" after Michelangelo's Medici Tomb. (x1946-19), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Taddeo Zuccaro (Italian, 1529 - 1566), The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine. (x1947-15), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Federico Zuccaro (1540–1609; born Sant'Angelo in Vado, Italy; died Ancona, Italy), formerly attributed to Jacopo Bassano (Italian, ca. 1515–1592), Three Studies of the Head of a Bald Bearded Man from Three Viewpoints. (x1947-122), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Studies of Six Standing Figures. (x1948-628), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Flemish, formerly attributed to Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574; born Heemskerck, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), formerly attributed to Lambert van Noort (Flemish, ca. 1520–1571), Judgment of Solomon, ca. 1570. (x1948-930), ca. 1570. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg, 1523. (x1949-209), 1523. 1 item.
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1 item

Italian, Portrait head of Pope Paul III Farnese, 16th century. (x1953-91), 16th century. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Sudarium held by two angels, 1513. (x1956-30), 1513. 1 item.
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1 item

After Federico Zuccaro (1540–1609; born Sant'Angelo in Vado, Italy; died Ancona, Italy), A Prophet and a Sibyl and Their Genii, 1559. (x1959-29), 1559. 1 item.
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1 item

Italian, Studies of a Partly Nude Male Figure and Four Putti; verso: Standing, Gesturing Girl, late 16th century. (x1966-48), late 16th century. 1 item.
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1 item

Erhard Schön (German, ca. 1491–1542), Portrait of Dürer. (x1968-54), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641; born Antwerp, Belgium; died London, England), Justus Sustermans, ca. 1630–33. (x1976-130), ca. 1630–33. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jan van Vliet (Dutch, ca. 1610–ca. 1635), The Ratkiller, ca. 1610 – 1635. (x1934-573), ca. 1610 – 1635. 1 item.
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1 item

Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680), La femme a la poire. (x1934-586), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Johannes Lutma, the Younger (Dutch, 1624–1689), Jan Lutma, Goldsmith, 1656. (x1934-1259), 1656. 1 item.
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1 item

Georg Friedrich Schmidt (German, 1712–1775), after Govaert Flinck (Dutch, 1615–1660), Young Man with Feather in His Hat. (x1934-1263), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Head of a Youth Wearing a Hat. (x1941-128), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770; born Venice, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Head of a Bearded Man, Seen from Below and Looking Up. (x1944-16), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alphonse Legros (French, 1837–1911), Profile of J. E. Thompson?, 1886. (x1948-350), 1886. 1 item.
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1 item

Ottavio Mario Leoni (Italian, 1578–1630), Portrait of a man with a moustache and goatee. (x1948-750), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jan van Vliet (Dutch, ca. 1610–ca. 1635), after Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Old Woman Reading, 1631. (x1958-2), 1631. 1 item.
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1 item

Jan Lievens (Dutch, 1607–1674), Old Man Looking down to Right. (x1960-79), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Jan Lievens (Dutch, 1607–1674), The Hermit (Bartsch 6; Hollstein 17. BetweenVII and VIII, unrecorded). (x1970-9), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Bridget Riley (British, born 1931), Untitled (Circular Movement), 1962. (x1976-346), 1962. 1 item.
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1 item

Cavin Jones (American, born 1957), M.L.K. Jr., 2005. (2005-76), 2005. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Dox Thrash (1893–1965; born Griffin, GA; died Philadelphia, PA), Saturday Night, ca. 1944–45. (2017-148), ca. 1944–45. 1 item.
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1 item

Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), Burning a Village, from the series Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre (The Miseries of War), 1633. (x1934-298), 1633. 1 item.
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Jacques Callot (French, 1592–1635), Published by Israël Henriet (French, ca. 1590–1661), Burning a Village, from the series Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre (The Miseries of War), 1633. (x1934-298 a), 1633. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Standing Young Man with a Cane, ca. 1598. (x1934-698), ca. 1598. 1 item.
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Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Standing Young Man with a Cane, ca. 1598. (x1934-698 a), ca. 1598. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Landscape with a Waterfall, ca. 1597–98. (x1934-700 a), ca. 1597–98. 1 item.
Physical Description

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Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Landscape with a Shepherd Couple, ca. 1597–98. (x1934-700 b), ca. 1597–98. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Landscape with a Farmhouse, ca. 1597–98. (x1934-700 c), ca. 1597–98. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Cliff on a Seashore, ca. 1597–98. (x1934-700 d), ca. 1597–98. 1 item.
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1 item

Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Aer (one of a series of four elements). (x1934-1142.87), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Aqua (one of a series of four elements). (x1934-1142.88), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Ignis (one of a series of four elements). (x1934-1142.89), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Crispin van de Passe I, the Elder (Dutch, 1564–1637), Terra (one of a series of four elements). (x1934-1142.90), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

C. Vrorik, after Hans Holbein (German, ca. 1465–1524), Erasmus. (x1937-305), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

After Pieter Bruegel the Elder (ca. 1525–1569; born Breda, Netherlands; died Brussels, Belgium), Jesus and the Woman taken in Adultery. (x1938-62), undated. 1 item.
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After Pieter Bruegel the Elder (ca. 1525–1569; born Breda, Netherlands; died Brussels, Belgium), Justice (one of a series of seven virtues). (x1938-140), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Mariano Fortuny y Carbo (Spanish, 1838–1874), Famille Marocaine, 1862. (x1939-74), 1862. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Elizabeth Olds (American, 1896–1991), Harlem W.P.A. Street Dance, 1937. (x1941-41), 1937. 1 item.
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1 item

After Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), L'Astronomie. (x1942-266), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

After Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), L'Astronomie. (x1942-266 a), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Dios la perdone: Y era su madre (For Heaven's sake: it was her mother), plate 16 from Los Caprichos, 1799. (x1946-242), 1799. 1 item.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Asta su Abuelo (And so was his grandfather), 1799. (x1946-245), 1799. 1 item.
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1 item

Hans Lützelburger (German, 1495–1526), after Hans Holbein (German, ca. 1465–1524), The Nobelwoman (from The Dance of Death), ca. 1526. (x1946-261), ca. 1526. 1 item.
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1 item

Martin Schongauer (German, ca. 1430–1491), Ecco Homo (Christ Presented to the People), ca. 1475. (x1956-41), ca. 1475. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

George Ivers (American, 1992–2001), Bread for Eight, Stalag 5D, 1941. (x1969-378), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828; born Fuendetodos, Spain; died Bordeaux, France), Published by Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Spanish, founded 1744), Tampoco (Nor this time), 1808/09–12, printed 1863. (2011-90), 1808/09–12. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Francisco de Herrera the Younger, called "El Mozo" (Spanish, 1627–1685), Charles II of Spain, 1671. (2017-134), 1671. 1 item.
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1 item

Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish, 1591–1652), Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew, 1624. (2017-137), 1624. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Édouard Manet (1832–1883; born and died Paris, France), Published by Imprimerie Lemercier et cie. (Paris, established 1837), Guerre civile (Civil War), 1871. (x1962-54), 1871. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), Hercules Killing Cacus, 1588. (x1978-4), 1588. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Printed by Nicolas Louis Delaunois (French, active early to mid-19th century), Published by Aubert (French, active 1829–1847), Rue Transnonain, le 15 avril 1834, published in L'Association mensuelle, July 1834, 1834. (x1979-91), 1834. 1 item.
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1 item

Marguerite Gérard (French, 1761–1837), after Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806; born Grasse, France; died Paris, France), To the Genius of Franklin (Au Genie de Franklin), 1778. (x1981-54), 1778. 1 item.
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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Printed by Nicolas Louis Delaunois (French, active early to mid-19th century), Published by Aubert (French, active 1829–1847), Ne vous y frottez pas! (Do not meddle with it!), 1834. (x1982-4), 1834. 1 item.
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1 item

William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), A Harlot's Progress, Plate 3, 1732. (x1988-23), 1732. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), A Harlot's Progress, Plate 5, 1732. (x1988-25), 1732. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Valentine Green (British, 1739–1813), after Joseph Wright of Derby (1734–1797; born and died Derby, England), Published by John Boydell (British, 1719–1804), Miravan Breaking Open the Tomb of His Ancestors, 1772. (2004-115), 1772. 1 item.
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Édouard Manet (1832–1883; born and died Paris, France), Printed by Imprimerie Lemercier et cie. (Paris, established 1837), The Execution of Maximilian, 1868, printed 1884. (2014-56), 1868. 1 item.
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1 item

Thomas Frye (Irish, ca. 1710–1762), Man Wearing a Turban, 1760. (2015-10), 1760. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666, born Cento, Italy; died Bologna, Italy), Drapery study for man facing right, 1640s. (2022-197), 1640s. 1 item.
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1 item

Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945; born Kaliningrad [Konigsberg], Russia, died Moritzburg Castle, Germany), Battlefield (Plate #6 of the series "Bauernkrieg"). (x1959-16), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Christ Crucified between the Two Thieves (The Three Crosses), 1653–55. (x1969-310), 1653–55. 1 item.
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938; born Aschaffenburg, Germany; died Frauenkirch, Switzerland), Old Peasant (Florian Sprecher), 1918. (x1969-376), 1918. 1 item.
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1 item

William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), Analysis of Beauty, Plate 1, 1753. (x1988-73), 1753. 1 item.
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William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), Tailpiece or The Bathos, 1764. (x1988-88), 1764. 1 item.
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1 item

Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), after Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Title Page, from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-177), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), The Sun (Sol), plate 1 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-178), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), The Moon (Luna), plate 2 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-179), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Jupiter, plate 3 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-180), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Saturnus, plate 4 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-181), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Venus, plate 5 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-182), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Mercurius, plate 6 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiaci super Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-183), 1585. 1 item.
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Jan Sadeler, the Elder (Flemish, 1550–1600), Martin de Vos (Flemish, ca. 1531–1603), Mars, plate 7 from Planetarum effectus et eorum in signis zodiacisuper Provincias Regiones et Ciutates dominia, 1585. (1995-184), 1585. 1 item.
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Ugo da Carpi (Italian, active 1502–1532), after Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), Diogenes, ca. 1524–27. (1999-150), ca. 1524–27. 1 item.
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1 item

Emma Amos (1938–2020; born Atlanta, GA; died Bedford, NH; active New York, NY, and New Brunswick, NJ), Crown, 2002. (2005-17), 2002. 1 item.
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1 item

Brice Marden (American, 1938-2023), Untitled, 1996. (2006-138.2), 1996. 1 item.
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1 item

Adrian Piper (American, born 1948), Printed at Campbell Photo and Printing Service, Inc., Published by Brody's Gallery, Forget It, 1991. (2006-321), 1991. 1 item.
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1 item

Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945; born Kaliningrad [Konigsberg], Russia, died Moritzburg Castle, Germany), Gedenkblatt für Karl Liebknecht (Memorial for Karl Liebknecht), ca. 1919–20. (2007-2), ca. 1919–20. 1 item.
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1 item

LessLIE (Cowichan/Penelakut/Esquimalt, born 1973, British Columbia, Canada), Printed by Eric Bourquin at Seacoast Screen Printing, Protecting Posterity, 2005. (2019-159), 2005. 1 item.
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George Matsusaburo Hibi (1886–1947; born Iimura, Japan; died New York, NY; active California and New York), Topaz in Winter, 1973 (reprint of 1945 woodcut). (2019-387), 1973 (reprint of 1945 woodcut). 1 item.
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1 item

Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Conversion of St. Paul. (x1948-617), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

After Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), The Conversion of St. Paul. (x1948-636), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

After Luca Cambiaso (1527–1585; born Genoa, Italy; died Madrid, Spain), Conversion of St. Paul. (x1953-129), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Hans Rottenhammer, the elder (German, 1564–1625), The Ascension, 1564 – 1625. (x1968-56), 1564 – 1625. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Francois Verdier (1651–1730; born Paris, France; died Paris), The Marriage at Cana. (x1976-41), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Chinese, Qing dynasty (1644–1912), Gao Fenghan 高鳳翰 (1683–1748/49), Flowers and Calligraphy (Hua niao za hua ce 花鳥雜畫冊), 1737. (y1977-15 a), 1737. 1 item.
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Chinese, Qing dynasty (1644–1912), Gao Fenghan 高鳳翰 (1683–1748/49), Flowers and Calligraphy (Hua niao za hua ce 花鳥雜畫冊), 1737. (y1977-15 i), 1737. 1 item.
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Giorgio Morandi (1890–1964; born and died Bologna, Italy), Still Life with Five Objects (Natura Morta con cinque oggetti), 1956. (x1986-93), 1956. 1 item.
Physical Description

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Hans Rottenhammer, the elder (German, 1564–1625), The Visitation, ca. 1610. (2008-59), ca. 1610. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hans Jakob Plepp (Swiss, ca. 1557–ca. 1597), Stained-glass design: The Gebhart and Rechburger Arms with four allegorical figures and Horatius Cocles at the bridge, ca. 1579. (2009-31), ca. 1579. 1 item.
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1 item

Peter Schmidt von Lichtenberg (German, 1585– after 1620), Saint Jerome in the Wilderness, 1618. (2015-1), 1618. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Max Beckmann (1884–1950; born Leipzig, Germany; died New York, NY), Published by I.B. Neumann, Adam and Eve, 1917. (2020-325), 1917. 1 item.
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After Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Apollo and Daphne. (x1948-2042), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

After Wolf Huber (German, ca. 1485–1553), House in woods, 1519. (x1952-85), 1519. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Adam and Eve, ca. 1509–11. (x1958-4), ca. 1509–11. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Christ Bearing the Cross, 1509. (x1958-24), 1509. 1 item.
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1 item

Kara Walker (born1969, Stockton, CA), Freedom, a Fable: A Curious Interpretation of the Wit of a Negress in Troubled Times, with Illustrations, 1997. (1998-8), 1997. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Miguel Covarrubias (Mexican, 1904–1957), Drawing of an incised pre-Columbian axe, ca. 1940s. (2008-23), ca. 1940s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Swiss, Banquet Scene with Musicians, early 17th century. (2008-343), early 17th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

George Stubbs (British, 1724–1806), A Tyger (Sleeping Leopard), 1788. (2010-165), 1788. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Johann Friedrich Overbeck (German, 1789–1869), Madonna and Child in a landscape, ca. 1820. (2016-9), ca. 1820. 1 item.
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1 item

Miguel Covarrubias (Mexican, 1904–1957), Three heads in profile, 20th century. (2016-788), 20th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gottfried Libalt (German, 1610–1673), A Cavalier with a Monkey, ca. 1646. (2017-20), ca. 1646. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Attributed to Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640; born Siegen, Germany; died Antwerp, Belgium), Saint Catherine, ca. 1620. (x1934-531), ca. 1620. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Claude Lorrain (French, 1604–1682), View of Porta San Paolo, Rome, ca. 1665. (x1946-398), ca. 1665. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Landscape with Cottages and a Hay Barn, 1641. (x1960-74), 1641. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Self-portrait with Raised Sabre, 1634. (x1970-66), 1634. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641; born Antwerp, Belgium; died London, England), Lucas Vorsterman the Elder (Flemish, 1595–1675), The Mocking of Christ, ca. 1630. (x1975-239), ca. 1630. 1 item.
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1 item

After Giambologna (Flemish, active in Italy, 1529–1608), Sleeping Nymph. (x1976-45), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Jan Lutma, Goldsmith, 1656. (x1976-128), 1656. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch, 1620–1691), View of the Town and Castle of Hardinxveld. (x1984-332), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Giorgio Ghisi (Italian, 1520–1582), The Farnese Hercules, late 1570s. (1995-174), late 1570s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Woman at the Bath with a Hat Beside Her, 1658. (2002-374), 1658. 1 item.
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1 item

Attributed to Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680), Vertumnus and Pomona, ca. 1636–41. (2007-19), ca. 1636–41. 1 item.
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1 item

Workshop of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680; born Naples, Italy; died Rome, Italy), Design for the tomb monument of a military officer, early 1670s. (2016-85), early 1670s. 1 item.
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1 item

Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680), The Holy Family in a Dark Room, 1643. (x1934-584), 1643. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Star of the Kings, c.1651. (x1935-1487), c.1651. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Raising of Lazarus, 1642. (x1946-330), 1642. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Christ Preaching, ca. 1657. (x1949-3), ca. 1657. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Bilibald Pirkheimer. (x1949-211), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Beggar Man and Beggar Woman, 1630. (x1949-213), 1630. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Strolling Musicians, ca. 1635. (x1949-225), ca. 1635. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Samuel Manasseh Ben Israel, 1636. (x1949-226), 1636. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Abraham Casting Out Hagar and Ishmael, 1637. (x1949-227), 1637. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Cannon, 1518. (x1950-15), 1518. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Melencolia I, 1514. (x1952-1), 1514. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Great Horse. (x1954-180), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Adam and Eve. (x1954-181), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Little Horse. (x1960-26), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Frederick, Elector of Saxony (B.104; M.102). (x1960-45), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

After Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), Anatomical Studies, 16th century. (x1966-47), 16th century. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Christ seated disputing with the Doctors, 1654. (x1969-312), 1654. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), The Ship of Fortune, 1633. (x1969-379), 1633. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Rhinoceros, 1515. (2010-149), 1515. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Christ Disputing with the Doctors: A Sketch, 1652. (2010-160), 1652. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Nicolaes Maes (Dutch, 1634–1693), Isaac blessing Jacob, ca. 1653–55. (2014-50), ca. 1653–55. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Agostino Carracci (Italian, 1557–1602), St. Jerome. (x1934-595 a), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528; born and died Nuremberg, Germany), The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 1498. (x1946-218), 1498. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Cornelis von Kittensteyn (Dutch, ca. 1598–ca. 1652), Battle of the Amazons, ca. 1625. (x1947-155), ca. 1625. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown Italian artist, Girl Drawing a Profile, and Four Heads of Youths, ca. 1600–10. (x1948-592), ca. 1600–10. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Federico Barocci (1535–1612; born and died Urbino, Italy), Studies for the Body of Christ in the Senigallia Entombment. (x1948-595), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Bartolomeo Passarotti (1529–1592; born and died Bologna, Italy), Anatomical Study of an Arm and a Shoulder, ca. 1570. (x1948-684), ca. 1570. 1 item.
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1 item

After Johann Elias Ridinger (German, 1698–1767), Rhinoceros, 1698 – 1767. (x1948-948), 1698 – 1767. 1 item.
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1 item

After Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728–1779), Nativity. (x1952-189), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

School of Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431–1506), Flagellation of Christ with the Pavement, ca. 1475. (x1986-15), ca. 1475. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Charles Louis Clérisseau (French, 1721–1820), Classical Landscape, ca. 1760 – 1770. (x1991-71), ca. 1760 – 1770. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown Italian artist, After the Antique: Sarcophagus Fragments, ca. 1554. (1996-45), ca. 1554. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Paul Gauguin (1848–1903; born Paris, France; died Atuona, Marquesas Islands), L'Univers est créé (The Universe is Created), 1893–94. (2005-116), 1893–94. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Claude Randon (French, ca. 1674–1704), Printed by Domenico de' Rossi (Italian, active 17th–18th century), Laocoön, from Raccolta di statue antiche e moderne, 1704. (2014-126), 1704. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Blake (British, 1757–1827), The Whirlwind of Lovers, 1827. (x1944-282), 1827. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Paul Klee (1879–1940; born Münchenbuchsee, Germany; died Muralto, Switzerland), Licht über Ehedem (Light over former times), 1933. (x1948-1812), 1933. 1 item.
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1 item

Luis Quintanilla (Spanish, 1893–1978), Death from the Air, 1937. (x1948-1820), 1937. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Luis Quintanilla (Spanish, 1893–1978), Village Theatre. (x1948-1822), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Blake (British, 1757–1827), The Circle of the Corrupt Officials: The Devils Tormenting Ciampolo, 1827, printed 1968. (x1969-5), 1827. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944; born Moscow, Russia; died Neuilly-sur-Seine, France; active Germany, Russia, and France), Published by Propyläen Verlag, Kleine Welten (Small Worlds), 1922. (x1970-125), 1922. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Paul Klee (1879–1940; born Münchenbuchsee, Germany; died Muralto, Switzerland), The Witch with Comb, 1922. (x1974-12), 1922. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893–1983), Human Figure, Animal, Three Stars, 1959. (x1979-94), 1959. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Pierre Alechinsky (Belgian, born 1927), The eighteenth arrondissement of Paris, 1983. (2006-122.19), 1983. 1 item.
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1 item

Pierre Alechinsky (Belgian, born 1927), The nineteenth arrondissement of Paris, 1983. (2006-122.20), 1983. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Paula Modersohn-Becker (German, 1876–1907), Published by Verlag Gustav Kiepenheuer (German, founded 1909), Sitzende Alte (Seated Old Woman), 1899, published 1919. (2007-120), 1899. 1 item.
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1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), after Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem (1562–1638; born and died Haarlem, Netherlands), Tantalus, 1588. (x1934-679), 1588. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617; born Mülbracht, Netherlands; died Haarlem, Netherlands), After Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem (1562–1638; born and died Haarlem, Netherlands), Phaeton, 1588. (x1934-681), 1588. 1 item.
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1 item

Arman (French, 1928–2005), Accumulation of Shoes. (x1986-203), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Chinese, Ming dynasty (1368–1644), Xia Heng 夏衡 (ca. 1392 - 1464), Two Poems in Clerical Script. (1998-75 i), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Chinese, Qing dynasty (1644–1912), Jin Nong 金農 (1687–1764), Letter. (1998-85 gg-hh), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Fu Shen 傅申 (born 1937, Shanghai, China; active Taiwan and United States), Calligraphy from Zhuangzi, "Autumn Flood", 1974. (1998-788), 1974. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913; born Aguascalientes, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Rebumbio de calaveras, ca. 1890s. (2008-26), ca. 1890s. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Yves Klein (French, 1928–1962), Dimanche, 1960. (2010-134), 1960. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

French, House of Madame Viluisan in Moncontour: Plan of the ground floor, 1790. (2019-44.1), 1790. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

French, House of Madame Viluisan in Moncontour: Plan of the second floor, 1790. (2019-44.2), 1790. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

French, House of Madame Viluisan in Moncontour: Plan of the mansard floor, 1790. (2019-44.3), 1790. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

French, House of Madame Viluisan in Moncontour: Elevation and section, 1790. (2019-44.4), 1790. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Laylah Ali (born 1968, Buffalo, NY; active Williamstown, MA), Untitled, from the Typology series, 2005. (2020-361), 2005. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Laylah Ali (born 1968, Buffalo, NY; active Williamstown, MA), Untitled, from the Typology series, 2005. (2020-362), 2005. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Andreas Bodan, the Younger (German, 1656–1696), Death and a Scholar, ca. 1680. (2021-103), ca. 1680. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Samuel Bottschild (1641–1706; born Sangerhausen, Germany; died Dresden, Germany), Ulysses and Epeus Debating the Construction of the Trojan Horse, ca. 1693. (2021-123), ca. 1693. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Beggar Seated on a Bank, 1630. (x1946-326), 1630. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Descent from the Cross by Torchlight, 1654. (x1946-333), 1654. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Jan Lutma, Goldsmith, 1656. (x1949-240), 1656. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Study from the Nude (Man sitting on Ground) (Bartsch 196, second of two states; H. 221; Muntz 137 II), 1646. (x1957-120), 1646. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Saint Jerome in an Italian Landscape, ca. 1653. (x1959-26), ca. 1653. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Jan Cornelis Sylvius, 1633. (x1959-58), 1633. 1 item.
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1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Descent from the Cross by Torchlight, 1654. (x1969-313), 1654. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Abraham entertaining the Angels, 1656. (x1969-315), 1656. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669; born Leiden, Netherlands; died Amsterdam, Netherlands), Jan Uytenbogaert (The Goldweigher), 1639. (x1971-17), 1639. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879; born Valmondois, France; died Marseille, France), Les Gens de Justice, 1845–48. (x1975-129-167), 1845–48. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川国芳 (1797–1861), Poem by Minamoto no Shigeyuki (Hyakunin isshu no uchi Minamoto no Shigeyuki 百人一首之内源重之), from the series "One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets" (Hyakunin isshu no uchi 百人一首之内). (x1942-286), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Okumura Masanobu 奥村 政信 (1686–1764), Warriors on horseback. (x1942-289), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Okumura Masanobu 奥村 政信 (1686–1764), Samurai and Courtesan, from an untitled series of "Yoshiwara scenes" (Yoshiwara no fūzoku 吉原の風俗). (x1942-290), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Okumura Masanobu 奥村 政信 (1686–1764), General Masashige instructing his son. (x1942-301), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Kubo Shunman 窪俊満 (1757–1820), Horned Owl on Flowering Branch. (x1942-304), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Tosa Mitsuyoshi 土佐光吉, attributed to (1539–1613), Momoyama period (1568–1600), Japanese, Chapter Eight "Festival of the Cherry Blossoms" from The Tale of Genji. (y1951-49), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Tosa Mitsuyoshi 土佐光吉, attributed to (1539–1613), Momoyama period (1568–1600), Japanese, Chapter Twenty-Five "Fireflies" from The Tale of Genji. (y1951-50), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Momoyama period (1568–1600), Tosa Mitsuyoshi 土佐光吉, attributed to (1539–1613), Chapter "Writing Practice" from the Tale of Genji (chapter 53 Tenarai 手習い). (y1951-51), undated. 1 item.
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Tosa Mitsuyoshi 土佐光吉, attributed to (1539–1613), Momoyama period (1568–1600), Japanese, Chapter Forty-Four "Bamboo River" from The Tale of Genji. (y1951-52), undated. 1 item.
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1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川歌麿 (1753–1806), The Merchant's Wife (Okami-san おかみさん), from the series "Variegations of Bloooms According to their Speech" (Saki-wake kotoba no hana 咲分ヶ言葉の花), 1802 [Kyōwa 2]. (x1954-157), 1802 [Kyōwa 2]. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾北斎 (1760–1849), Published by Nishimuraya Yohachi 西村屋与八 (Eijudō 永寿堂), The Suspension Bridge on the Border of Hida and Etchū Provinces (Hietsu no sakai tsuribashi 飛越の堺つりはし), from the series "Remarkable Views of Bridges in Various Provinces" (Shokoku meikyō kiran 諸国名橋奇覧), ca. 1834 [Tenpō 5]. (x1983-57), ca. 1834 [Tenpō 5]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsukawa Shunshō 勝川春章 (1726–1792), The Syllable Re: The Parting Cup of Sake (Re wakare no hai 「れ」別れの杯), from the series "Tales of Ise in Fashionable Brocade Prints" (Fūryū nishikie Ise monogatari 風流錦絵伊勢物語), ca. 1770–73 [Meiwa 7–An'ei 2]. (1996-208), ca. 1770–73 [Meiwa 7–An'ei 2]. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Attributed to Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞 (Utagawa Toyokuni III 三代歌川豊国) (1786–1865), Standing Up (Tachitori 立取), 19th century. (2007-163), 19th century. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Toyoharu 歌川豊春 (ca. 1735–1814), Published by Iseya Sanjirō 伊勢屋三次郎, Perspective Picture of Whale Hunting in Kumano Bay (Uki-e Kumano ura kujira tsuki no zu 浮絵 熊野浦鯨突之図), ca. 1770–75. (2018-103), ca. 1770–75. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Katsukawa Shunshō 勝川春章 (1726–1792), Ichikawa Danjirō V as Watanabe Kiō Takeguchi, ca. 1770. (2018-104), ca. 1770. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Torii Kiyonaga 鳥居清長 (1752–1815), Traveling by Mt. Fuji in a Dream, ca. 1785. (1996-209), ca. 1785. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Ryūsai Shigeharu 柳窗重春 (1803–1853), Arashi Rikan II as the Shogun Taro, Nakamura Karoku I as Takiyosa, and Ichikawa Sukejiro in an unidentified role in a scene from the Play Soma Tarō Hyōbundan performed at the Naka Theater in 11/1832. (2011-59 a-b), undated. 1 item.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川国芳 (1797–1861), Published by Joshūya Kinzō 上州屋金蔵 (active mid-late19th century), The Monster's Chūshingura (Bakemono Chūshingura 化物忠臣蔵), ca. 1863. (2015-6735 a-c), ca. 1863. 1 item.
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1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.1), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.2), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.5), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.6), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.7), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.8), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.9), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.10), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.11), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.12), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ana Mendieta (1948–1985; born Havana, Cuba; died New York, NY), Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints – Face), 1972. (2007-41.13), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 55th Fulton Street at the northwest corner of Fulton and Cliff Streets, 1967. (2009-150.7), 1967. 1 item.
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1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 18 Spruce Street, 1967. (2009-150.10), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 100 Gold Street seen from the remains of the Tribune building, 1967. (2009-150.11), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Washington Street, looking north from Chambers Street, 1967. (2009-150.13), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), View west from Washington Street rooftop, 1967. (2009-150.14), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), The northwest corner of Washington at Harrison Street, 1967. (2009-150.15), 1967. 1 item.
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1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), East side of Washington Street between Reade and Chambers Streets, 1967. (2009-150.19), 1967. 1 item.
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1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), West Street at Beach, 1967. (2009-150.20), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 187th West Street, between Duane and Reade Streets, 1967. (2009-150.22), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), The north side of Jay Street at West and Caroline Streets, 1967. (2009-150.26), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), A Reade Street entrance to 187th West Street, 1967. (2009-150.27), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 87-95 North Moore Street, 1967. (2009-150.28), 1967. 1 item.
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1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Beekman Street, Sunday morning. Ginco, Tonto, Frankie, John Jr., and Nelson, after exploring the buildings, 1967. (2009-150.29), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Eddie Grant and Cleveland Sims, Washington Street maintenance men for the New York City Department of Urban Renewal, 1967. (2009-150.30), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Rachel Homer, 1967. (2009-150.31), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Steelworker, Beekman Street, 1967. (2009-150.32), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Dominick, foreman of the demolition workers, 1967. (2009-150.33), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Woman in a phone booth, 1967. (2009-150.34), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 55 Fulton Street, 1967. (2009-150.35), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 88 Gold Street, 1967. (2009-150.36), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), 174 Chambers Street, 1967. (2009-150.37), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Children's room with broken balloons, 18 Spruce Street, 1967. (2009-150.38), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Abandoned artist's loft, 48 Ferry Street, 1967. (2009-150.39), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Top floor, Reilly's Market, 193 Washington Street, 1967. (2009-150.41), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Exploring 187th West Street, 1967. (2009-150.42), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Portrait of a young man in an abandoned room, 1967. (2009-150.44), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Top floor, 52 Ferry Street, 1967. (2009-150.46), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), View south from 88 Gold Street, 1967. (2009-150.47), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Room in a barrel maker's shop, 50 Ferry Street, 1967. (2009-150.48), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Chair, 1967. (2009-150.49), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Wall in the St. George Building, 1967. (2009-150.51), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Room in Washington Market, 1967. (2009-150.52), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Self-portrait in an abandoned West Street hotel room, 1967. (2009-150.53), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Radiator, the St. George Building, 1967. (2009-150.54), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Ben Alton, housewrecker, 1967. (2009-150.57), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Dominick and a payloader inside 82 Beekman Street, 1967. (2009-150.58), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Ben and his brother Junior on the walls, 1967. (2009-150.59), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Huey and his crew inside 81 Beekman Street. An elevator is demolished., 1967. (2009-150.61), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Housewrecker, 1967. (2009-150.62), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), It took over six months to bring down the fourteen stories of 100 Gold Street., 1967. (2009-150.66), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Housewreckers at lunch on the west side, 1967. (2009-150.68), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Wall of the St. George Building, 1967. (2009-150.69), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Brick crew on the west side. Bricks are salvaged and sold as antique brick for use in new homes., 1967. (2009-150.71), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Paisaje de siembras (Growing Landscape), 1972–74, printed 1977. (x1979-131), 1972–74. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Señor de Papantla (The Man from Papantla), 1934–35, printed 1977. (x1979-137), 1934–35. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Carrizo y tele (Reed and Antenna), 1976, printed 1979. (x1980-27), 1976. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Margarita de Bonampak (Margarita of Bonampak), 1949, printed 1979. (x1980-33), 1949. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Dos pares de piernas (Two Pairs of Legs), 1928–29, printed 1977. (x1981-78), 1928–29. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Acorn Editions Limited, Un pez que Ilaman sierra (A Fish Called Saw), 1942, printed 1977. (x1981-79), 1942. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971; born Bronx, NY; died Stamford, CT), LIFE Magazine, 1936. (x1993-127.1), 1936. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Cotton pickers, Ferguson Unit, Texas, 1967–69, printed 1979. (x1994-148.12), 1967–69. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Lower Manhattan, 1967. (2009-150.1), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), West Street and the West Side Highway, just north of the Trade Center site, 1967. (2009-150.12), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), West Street between Jay and Duane Streets, 1967. (2009-150.21), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), A burner is lifted to cut the bolts in the cast-iron front of 82 Beekman Street. The cast iron is then smashed to pieces with a sledgehammer, 1967. (2009-150.63), 1967. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Cover of Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, April 29, 1934. (Life-011), 29-Apr-34. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Edward Weston (1886–1958; born Highland Park, IL; died Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA), Untitled (Mexican Wooden Figure folkcarving of Death with Scythe), 1942. (x1971-497), 1942. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hiroshi Yamazaki 山崎 博 (Japanese, born 1946), Untitled. (x1986-132), undated. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Double Elephant Press, Obrero en huelga, asesinado (Striking Worker, Assassinated), 1934, printed 1974. (x1991-257.10), 1934. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865–1932), Acanthus mollis (bear's breech), ca. 1900–1928. (x1992-235 b), ca. 1900–1928. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865–1932), Dipsacus laciniatus (cutleaf teasel), ca. 1900–1928. (x1992-235 c), ca. 1900–1928. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Edward Weston (1886–1958; born Highland Park, IL; died Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA), Casa de Vecindad, 1926. (1995-22), 1926. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Soapbox Orator, Harlem, New York, 1952. (2001-9), 1952. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

John Hall-Edwards (British, 1858–1926), Midland Tyre (as photographed by the Röntgen Rays), 1897. (2006-90), 1897. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Josef Maria Eder (Austrian, 1855–1944), Eduard Valenta (Austrian, 1857–1937), Frogs in Belly and Back Views (Frösche im Bauch und Rückenlage), 1896. (2016-24), 1896. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Susan Meiselas (born 1948, Baltimore, MD; active New York, NY), Final assault on the National Guard Headquarters, Estelí, Nicaragua, July 16th, 1979, 1979. (2016-41.2), 1979. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Susan Meiselas (born 1948, Baltimore, MD; active New York, NY), Tear sheet, Sweden, 1979, 1979. (2016-41.5), 1979. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Susan Meiselas (born 1948, Baltimore, MD; active New York, NY), Catholic church magazine, Nicaragua, 1980, 1980. (2016-41.6), 1980. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Susan Meiselas (born 1948, Baltimore, MD; active New York, NY), Sandinista poster to raise a popular militia, Nicaragua, 1982, 1982. (2016-41.8), 1982. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Susan Meiselas (born 1948, Baltimore, MD; active New York, NY), Flyer soliciting funds for Contra revolution, USA, 1983, 1983. (2016-41.10), 1983. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Neighbors, Harlem, New York, 1952. (2017-185), 1952. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kenji Nakahashi (1947–2017; born Sakauchi, Japan; died New York, NY; active New York), Autopsy, 1984, printed 1994. (2019-167), 1984. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946; born Bácsborsód, Hungary; died Chicago, IL), Belle Isle, 1926. (x1973-103), 1926. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Carrillo (Mexican, 1906–1989), Mother and Child, 1961. (x1979-10), 1961. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Carrillo (Mexican, 1906–1989), Street Vendor and Child, 1963. (x1979-11), 1963. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Minor White (1908–1976; born Minneapolis, MN; died Boston, MA; active Portland, OR, Rochester, NY), Huaraz, Peru, September 2, 1973. (x1980-4646), 2-Sep-73. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Double Elephant Press, Parábola óptica (Optical Parable), 1921, printed 1974. (x1991-257.1), 1921. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), Published by Double Elephant Press, El ensueño (Daydreaming), 1931, printed 1974. (x1991-257.4), 1931. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Graciela Iturbide (born 1942, Mexico City, Mexico; active Mexico City), Jano (Janus), Ocumicho, Michoacán, 1981. (1999-185), 1981. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Elsa Medina (Mexican, born 1952), El migrante (The migrant), Cañon Zapata, Tijuana, Baja California, México, 1987, printed 2011. (2012-97), 1987. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kati Horna (1912–2000; born Budapest, Hungary; died Mexico City, Mexico), Untitled, from Oda a la Necrofilia (Ode to Necrophilia), 1962. (2018-43), 1962. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kati Horna (1912–2000; born Budapest, Hungary; died Mexico City, Mexico), Untitled, from Oda a la Necrofilia (Ode to Necrophilia), 1962. (2018-44), 1962. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kati Horna (1912–2000; born Budapest, Hungary; died Mexico City, Mexico), Untitled, from Oda a la Necrofilia (Ode to Necrophilia), 1962. (2018-45), 1962. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kati Horna (1912–2000; born Budapest, Hungary; died Mexico City, Mexico), El botellón (The Large Bottle), 1962. (2019-31), 1962. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902–2002; born Mexico City, Mexico; died Mexico City; active Mexico City), The Labyrinth Deciphered, Veracruz, Mexico (The Vice), 1932. (2022-12), 1932. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Kati Horna (1912–2000; born Budapest, Hungary; died Mexico City, Mexico), Carnaval de Huejotzingo, Puebla, 1941, printed ca. 1960. (2022-100), 1941. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Graciela Iturbide (born 1942, Mexico City, Mexico; active Mexico City), Cristo, Ecuador, 1982. (2022-101), 1982. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), The Steerage, 1907, printed 1911 or later. (x1949-154), 1907. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Walker Evans (1903–1975; born St. Louis, MO; died New Haven,CT), Country Church near Beaufort, South Carolina, March 1936, printed 1971. (x1975-12), March 1936. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Walker Evans (1903–1975; born St. Louis, MO; died New Haven,CT), Penny Picture Display, Savannah, 1936, printed 1974. (x1978-38.7), 1936. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Walker Evans (1903–1975; born St. Louis, MO; died New Haven,CT), Lunchroom Buddies, New York City, 1931, printed 1974. (x1978-38.11), 1931. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Joe Deal (American, 1947–2010), Hemet, California, 1979, 1979. (x1981-61), 1979. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Winter on Fifth Avenue, 1897. (x1982-22 a), 1897. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Harry Callahan (1912–1999; born Detroit, MI; active Chicago, IL), Chicago, ca. 1948. (x1983-137), ca. 1948. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Emmet Gowin (born 1941, Danville, VA; active Princeton, NJ), Bear Cove, Spirit Lake, Mount St. Helens, 1980, printed 1984. (x1984-24), 1980. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Aaron Siskind (American, 1903–1991), Pleasures and Terrors of Levitation 37, 1953. (x1984-133), 1953. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Emmet Gowin (born 1941, Danville, VA; active Princeton, NJ), Old Hanford City Site and the Columbia River, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Near Richland, Washington, 1986, printed 1996. (1998-168), 1986. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Henry Wessel (American, born 1942), Nevada, 1975. (1999-187), 1975. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868–1952; born Whitewater, WI; died Los Angeles, CA), The Land of the Atsina, from The North American Indian, 1907–30. (2015-6741), 1907–30. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868–1952; born Whitewater, WI; died Los Angeles, CA), Otter Robe - Atsina, from The North American Indian, 1907–30. (2015-6742), 1907–30. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868–1952; born Whitewater, WI; died Los Angeles, CA), Agichide - Assiniboin, from The North American Indian, 1907–30. (2015-6743), 1907–30. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Emerging Man, Harlem, New York, 1952. (2017-187), 1952. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Dorothea Lange (1895–1965; born Hoboken, NJ; died San Francisco, CA), Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, 1936, printed ca. 1950. (2019-1), 1936. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908–2004; born Chanteloup, France; died Cereste, France), Mexico City, 1934. (x1977-94), 1934. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Astrid Klein (German, born 1951), The Possibilities of Order [M"glichkeiten der Ordnung] from Fotobilder Portfolio (Essen, 1989), 1989. (x1989-39.8), 1989. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

David Wojnarowicz (American, 1954–1992), Untitled, from the Sex Series, 1989. (x1990-74), 1989. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

David Wojnarowicz (American, 1954–1992), Untitled, from the Sex Series, 1989. (x1990-75), 1989. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Struth (German, born 1954), Park AV / 59 Street South, New York City, 1978. (2001-167), 1978. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Marcus Leatherdale (American, born Canada, born 1952), AIDS, 1988. (2006-423), 1988. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Pedro Meyer (Mexican, born Spain, 1935), Sandino, Estelí, Nicaragua, 1984, printed 2013. (2013-40), 1984. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Sanlé Sory (born 1943, Nianiagara, Burkina Faso; active Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso), Autoportrait au miroir, 1966, printed 2018. (2022-192), 1966. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Sanlé Sory (born 1943, Nianiagara, Burkina Faso; active Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso), Les Deux Amies au pagne, 1972, printed 2018. (2022-195), 1972. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Equivalent – 1926, 1926. (x1977-62), 1926. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Equivalent – 1927, 1927. (x1977-63), 1927. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Larry Clark (American, born 1943), Same girl in bed, with black eye, looking at person sitting on bed, back to camera, 1980. (x1982-2.37), 1980. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Larry Clark (American, born 1943), Pregnant woman seated at right, injecting right arm, 1980. (x1982-2.41), 1980. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

British photographer, Woman, ca. 1865–70. (x1982-271), ca. 1865–70. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, 1800–1877), Fernleaf, ca. 1858. (x1982-339), ca. 1858. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ansel Adams (1902–1984; born San Francisco, CA; died Monterey, CA), From Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park, 1927. (x1988-16), 1927. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Heinrich Kühn (Austrian, 1866–1944), Edited and Published by Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Printed by F. Bruckmann Verlag (German, 1814–1898), Arranged and printed at Rogers & Company (American, active early 20th century), Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, No. 33, published January 1911. (2010-102.31), published January 1911. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Man sitting on a stool, ca. 1855–80. (2017-100), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

James R. Applegate Studio (American, active 1860s–1890s), Gorge J. Gress[?], New Jersey, ca. 1860–80. (2017-101), ca. 1860–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Man in suit and tie, ca. 1855–80. (2017-102), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Man holding infant in lap with blanket, ca. 1855–80. (2017-103), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Standing woman leaning arm on chair with curtain, ca. 1855–80. (2017-104), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Seated woman in apron, ca. 1855–80. (2017-105), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown American photographer, Standing woman in dress, ca. 1855–80. (2017-106), ca. 1855–80. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), The City of Ambition, 1910, printed 1920s. (2018-29), 1910. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Z.J.S. Ndimande & Son (active 1940s–1983, South Africa), Man wearing sunglasses and bracelet, October 10, 1973. (2022-3), 10-Oct-73. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Z.J.S. Ndimande & Son (active 1940s–1983, South Africa), Woman standing next to seated woman holding child on lap, October 21, 1975. (2022-9), 21-Oct-75. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lewis Wickes Hine (1874–1940; born Oshkosh, WI; died Hastings-on-Hudson, NY), Laying a Great Beam on the Empire State Building, 1930. (x1973-41), 1930. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Weegee (American, 1899–1968), New York City, ca. 1945. (x1975-98), ca. 1945. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Gertrude Käsebier (American, 1852–1934), The Road to Rome, 1903. (x1976-335), 1903. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Reflections – Venice, 1894, printed 1897. (x1982-22 l), 1894. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

David Maisel (American, born 1961), Quarry, Solebury, Pennsylvania, 1983, printed 1984. (x1984-33), 1983. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Eliot Furness Porter (1901–1990; born Winnetka, IL; died Santa Fe, NM), Remnants of Wright Lower Glacier, 1975, printed 1984. (x1984-280), 1975. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Eliot Furness Porter (1901–1990; born Winnetka, IL; died Santa Fe, NM), Labyrinth, Wright Valley, 1975, printed 1984. (x1984-286), 1975. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Andreas Gursky (German, born 1955), Untitled from Fotobilder Portfolio (Essen, 1989), 1988. (x1989-39.3), 1988. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Thomas Ruff (born 1958, Zell am Harmersbach, Germany; active Düsseldorf), Portrait, from Fotobilder Portfolio, 1988, printed Essen, 1989. (x1989-39.4), 1988. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Jean-Pierre Sudre (French, 1921–1997), Apocalypse II, 1969. (1997-3), 1969. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Charles Moore (1931–2010; born Hackleburg, AL; died Palm Beach Gardens, FL), for LIFE magazine, Young demonstrator evading policeman, Birmingham, May 7, 1963. (2017-149), 7-May-63. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Charles Moore (1931–2010; born Hackleburg, AL; died Palm Beach Gardens, FL), for LIFE magazine, Demonstrators deing dragged into custody by police, Birmingham, May 7, 1963. (2017-150), 7-May-63. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Ed Clark (1911–2000; born Nashville, TN; died Sarasota, FL), Federal Troops escorting African American students to Little Rock High School for integration, September 1957. (2019-131), Sep-57. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucia Moholy (British, 1894–1989), Hans Curjel's Feet, ca. 1929. (x1989-48), ca. 1929. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Umbo (German, 1902–1980), Werner Rohde (German, 1890–1963), Untitled (model in Herbert Bayer costume design, Bauhaus), 1925. (1999-293), 1925. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucy Ashjian (American, 1907–1993), Flags, May Day Parade, New York, ca. 1937–41. (2005-79), ca. 1937–41. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Lucy Ashjian (American, 1907–1993), Dancers Stepping, ca. 1937–41. (2005-84), ca. 1937–41. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hugo Brehme (Mexican, born Germany, 1882–1954), Cooking corn tortillas, ca. 1920. (2006-441), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hugo Brehme (Mexican, born Germany, 1882–1954), El desierto, patio del convento (The desert, courtyard of the convent), ca. 1920. (2006-442), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hugo Brehme (Mexican, born Germany, 1882–1954), Chapala, Pescador (Chapala, Fisherman), ca. 1920. (2006-446), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown photographer, Indigenous man and boy, Panama, ca. 1920. (2007-71), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Unknown photographer, Indigenous man, Panama, ca. 1920. (2007-72), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Science Service (American, 1910–1963), The Discovery of the White Indians of Panama, 1924. (2007-73), 1924. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Hugo Brehme (Mexican, born Germany, 1882–1954), Guitarristas típicos, México (Typical guitarists, Mexico), ca. 1920. (2007-77), ca. 1920. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

W. Eugene Smith (1918–1978; born Wichita, KS; died Tucson, AZ), Untitled (Minamata Bay), 1971. (2019-116), 1971. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Flip Schulke (1930–2008; born New Ulm, MN; died West Palm Beach, FL), Martin Luther King gives his now famous "I have a Dream", 1963. (2019-146), 1963. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Flip Schulke (1930–2008; born New Ulm, MN; died West Palm Beach, FL), Line of marchers with U.S. Capitol in background, March on Washington, August 28, 1963. (2019-162), 28-Aug-63. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Flip Schulke (1930–2008; born New Ulm, MN; died West Palm Beach, FL), Military police holding back demonstrators, March on Washington, August 28, 1963. (2019-163), 28-Aug-63. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946; born Bácsborsód, Hungary; died Chicago, IL), Untitled, 1926. (x1979-65), 1926. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946; born Bácsborsód, Hungary; died Chicago, IL), Untitled, 1926. (x1979-66), 1926. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Man Ray (American, 1890–1976), Self-Portrait, 1932, printed later. (x1983-151), 1932. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), Old Law Tenements: from Forsyth and East Houston Streets, New York, February 11, 1937. (x1986-30), 11-Feb-37. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Germaine Krull (French, born Poland, 1897–1985), Paris, 1929. (x1993-165), 1929. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971; born Bronx, NY; died Stamford, CT), Italy, Operating Tent, 38th Evacuation Hospital, 1944. (1995-74), 1944. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Printed by Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), La Villette, fille publique faisant le quart, 19e, 1921, printed 1930s. (2004-345), 1921. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Printed by Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), Marché des Carmes, Place Maubert, Paris, ca. 1904, printed 1930s. (2004-359), ca. 1904. 1 item.
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Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Printed by Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), Coin du Marché des Carmes, Place Maubert, 1911, printed 1930s. (2004-361), 1911. 1 item.
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Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), House of the Modern Age, Park Avenue & 39th Street, October 1936, October 13, 1936. (2007-53), 13-Oct-36. 1 item.
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David Goldblatt (1930–2018; born Gauteng, South Africa; died Johannesburg), Selling milk, ca. 1972. (2014-2), ca. 1972. 1 item.
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David Goldblatt (1930–2018; born Gauteng, South Africa; died Johannesburg), In the office of the Peopleʼs Funeral Parlour, Orlando West, Soweto, August 1972, 1972. (2014-3), 1972. 1 item.
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Ilse Bing (1899–1998; born Frankfurt, Germany; died New York, NY; active France and United States), Julienne of Paris (striped shoe), 1934. (2015-6751), 1934. 1 item.
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Ilse Bing (1899–1998; born Frankfurt, Germany; died New York, NY; active France and United States), Modèle – Schiaparelli (model in ballgown), 1934. (2015-6776), 1934. 1 item.
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Ilse Bing (1899–1998; born Frankfurt, Germany; died New York, NY; active France and United States), Modèle – Schiaparelli (model with suit, hat and gloves), 1934. (2016-513), 1934. 1 item.
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Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971; born Bronx, NY; died Stamford, CT), for LIFE magazine, Life photographer Margaret Bourke-White prepares to photograph an air battle on the Italian front during World War II, 1943. (2018-37), 1943. 1 item.
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Joiri Minaya (born 1990, New York, NY; active Dominican Republic and New York), Ayoowiri or Girl with Poinciana Flowers, 2020. (2021-106), 2020. 1 item.
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Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976), Boy, Hidalgo, 1933. (x1971-335 n), 1933. 1 item.
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Lewis Wickes Hine (1874–1940; born Oshkosh, WI; died Hastings-on-Hudson, NY), Lower East Side, New York, ca. 1910. (x1973-19), ca. 1910. 1 item.
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Francesca Woodman (American, 1958–1981), Eel Series, Rome, 1977–78, printed 1997. (2001-143), 1977–78. 1 item.
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Francesca Woodman (American, 1958–1981), House #3, Providence, Rhode Island, 1975–76, printed 1997. (2001-144), 1975–76. 1 item.
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Thomas Ruff (born 1958, Zell am Harmersbach, Germany; active Düsseldorf), Portrait (Josef Strau), 1991. (2001-164), 1991. 1 item.
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Attributed to either John A. Darnell Jr. or Howard Ruffner, American, active 1970s (active 1970s, Kent, OH), Ohio National Guardsmen fire on students at Kent State University, May 4, 1970. (2018-68), 4-May-70. 1 item.
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W. Eugene Smith (1918–1978; born Wichita, KS; died Tucson, AZ), Iwazo Funaba's Crippled Hand, Victim of Disease, 1971. (2019-115), 1971. 1 item.
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Francis Miller (1905–1973; born Texas; died Washington, D.C.), African Americans carry signs protesting discrimination during demonstration at rally, Detroit, 1963. (2019-132), 1963. 1 item.
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Flip Schulke (1930–2008; born New Ulm, MN; died West Palm Beach, FL), March on Washington MLK, Jr., August 28, 1963. (2019-145), 28-Aug-63. 1 item.
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Ivan Shagin (1904–1982; born Ivanovo region, Russia; died, Russia), On Guard, 1933. (2020-3), 1933. 1 item.
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Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), 4-6 Minetta Street, New York, November 21, 1935. (2007-42), 21-Nov-35. 1 item.
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John Filo (born 1948, Natrona Heights, PA), Anguish: Clasping her head in anguish, coed reacts with horror upon seeing body of student who was shot and killed by National Guardsmen during war protest rally at Kent State University here May 4. The slain girl [sic] is one of two girls and two boys killed during the disorders, May 4, 1970. (2008-40), 4-May-70. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), The north side of Beekman Street between William and Nassau Streets, 1967. (2009-150.4), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), The northwest corner of Washington and Chambers Streets, 1967. (2009-150.17), 1967. 1 item.
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Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), View through the rear wall, 89 Beekman Street, 1967. (2009-150.70), 1967. 1 item.
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Ernest Cole (1940–1990; born Pretoria, South Africa; died New York, NY), Shebeens & Bantu Beer, ca. 1960–66. (2020-10), ca. 1960–66. 1 item.
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Ernest Cole (1940–1990; born Pretoria, South Africa; died New York, NY), African Middle Classes, ca. 1960–66. (2020-11), ca. 1960–66. 1 item.
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Ernest Cole (1940–1990; born Pretoria, South Africa; died New York, NY), South Africa, ca. 1960–66. (2020-12), ca. 1960–66. 1 item.
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Ernest Cole (1940–1990; born Pretoria, South Africa; died New York, NY), After working all week in modern kitchen, servant returns to her own, with no hope of making it any better, ca. 1960–66. (2020-13), ca. 1960–66. 1 item.
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John Thomson (British, 1837–1921), A Convict's Home, 1877. (x1975-227), 1877. 1 item.
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Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Equivalent – 1924, 1924. (x1977-59), 1924. 1 item.
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Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Equivalent – 1925, 1925. (x1977-60), 1925. 1 item.
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Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946; born Hoboken, NJ; died New York, NY; active New York), Equivalent – 1926, 1926. (x1977-61), 1926. 1 item.
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Lucy Ashjian (American, 1907–1993), Student Still Life with Apples, 1936–42. (2005-89), 1936–42. 1 item.
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Unknown photographer, Hand with bone deformations, ca. 1920. (2008-323), ca. 1920. 1 item.
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Unknown photographer, Newborn or fetal infant's arm, ca. 1920. (2008-324), ca. 1920. 1 item.
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James Nasmyth (British, 1808–1890), James Carpenter (British, 1840–1899), Tycho and Surroundings, 1874. (2009-72), 1874. 1 item.
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Mike Disfarmer (American, 1884–1959), Girl standing on table, ca. 1940. (2016-504), ca. 1940. 1 item.
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Sungmi Naylor (born South Korea; active Chicago, IL), Untitled 2. (2019-357), undated. 1 item.
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Unknown photographer, Woman driving horse and buggy, ca. 1900–1920. (ui.2012.58), ca. 1900–1920. 1 item.
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Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908–2004; born Chanteloup, France; died Cereste, France). (x1977-83), undated. 1 item.
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Ansel Adams (1902–1984; born San Francisco, CA; died Monterey, CA), Mount Williamson, Sierra Nevada, from Manzanar, California, 1944, printed 1980. (x1983-167), 1944. 1 item.
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Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Red Jackson, Harlem, New York, 1948. (2001-10), 1948. 1 item.
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Frédéric Brenner (French, born 1959), Brenda's Jewish Cooking Class, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2001, printed 2005. (2016-33), 2001. 1 item.
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Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Harlem Rooftops, Harlem, New York, 1948. (2017-184), 1948. 1 item.
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Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), American Gothic, Washington, D.C., 1942. (2017-195), 1942. 1 item.
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Dorothea Lange (1895–1965; born Hoboken, NJ; died San Francisco, CA), Ten cars of evacuees of Japanese ancestry are now aboard and the doors are closed. Evacuees are bound for Merced Assembly Center [Temporary Detention Center], California, 1942, printed ca. 1955–65. (2018-28), 1942. 1 item.
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Dorothea Lange (1895–1965; born Hoboken, NJ; died San Francisco, CA), White Angel Breadline, 1933, printed ca. 1950s. (2019-2), 1933. 1 item.
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W. Eugene Smith (1918–1978; born Wichita, KS; died Tucson, AZ), Nurse Midwife Maude Callen Delivers a Baby, Pineville, South Carolina, 1951. (2019-113), 1951. 1 item.
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Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971; born Bronx, NY; died Stamford, CT), South African Gold Miners, Kimberley Mines, Johannesburg, 1950. (2019-133), 1950. 1 item.
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Margaret Bourke-White (1904–1971; born Bronx, NY; died Stamford, CT), Flame Burner Ann Zarik, 1943, printed ca. 2000. (2020-2), 1943. 1 item.
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Zanele Muholi (born 1972, Umlazi, South Africa; active Johannesburg, South Africa), Massa and Minah II, from the series Massa and Minnah, 2008. (2021-221), 2008. 1 item.
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Zanele Muholi (born 1972, Umlazi, South Africa; active Johannesburg, South Africa), Massa and Minah VI, Brazil, from the series Massa and Minnah, 2010. (2021-222), 2010. 1 item.
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Harold Eugene Edgerton (American, 1903–1990), Death of a Light Bulb, 1936, printed 1980s. (x1989-12), 1936. 1 item.
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Seydou Keïta (Malian, ca. 1921– 2001), Untitled #19, 1956–57, printed later. (2002-123), 1956–57. 1 item.
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Seydou Keïta (Malian, ca. 1921– 2001), Untitled #413, 1956–57. (2002-124), 1956–57. 1 item.
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Samuel Fosso (born 1962, Kumba, Cameroon; active Bangui, Central African Republic; Aba, Nigeria; and Paris, France), Self Portrait (Maillot, Life is Freedom), 1977. (2003-244), 1977. 1 item.
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Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Men's Fashions, 1925, printed 1956. (x1971-208.3), 1925. 1 item.
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Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Eclipse, April 17, 1912. (x1971-208.4), 17-Apr-12. 1 item.
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Published by Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976), Church – Coapiaxtla, 1933. (x1971-335 b), 1933. 1 item.
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Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976), Virgin, San Felipe, Oaxaca, 1933. (x1971-335 c), 1933. 1 item.
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Paul Strand (American, 1890–1976), Cristo, Tlacochoaya, Oaxaca, 1933. (x1971-335 m), 1933. 1 item.
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Robert Adams (born 1937, Orange, NJ; active California, Colorado, and Astoria, OR), Newly Completed Tract Houses, Colorado Springs, 1968. (x1975-64), 1968. 1 item.
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Alvin Langdon Coburn (British, born United States, 1882–1966), The Coal Cart, ca. 1911. (x1983-1443), ca. 1911. 1 item.
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Ansel Adams (1902–1984; born San Francisco, CA; died Monterey, CA), Monolith, the Face of Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, 1927. (x1988-15), 1927. 1 item.
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Laurie Simmons (American, born 1949), Walking John Hancock (Chicago), 1992. (x1992-221), 1992. 1 item.
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James Van Der Zee (1886–1983; born Lenox, MA; died Washington, D.C.; active New York, NY), untitled (interior), 1931. (1999-294), 1931. 1 item.
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Robert Adams (born 1937, Orange, NJ; active California, Colorado, and Astoria, OR), "Arkansas River Canyon, Colorado", from the Missouri West 1980, 1978. (2002-318), 1978. 1 item.
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Eugène Atget (French, 1857–1927), Printed by Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), La Villette, rue Asselin, fille publique faisant le quart devant sa porte, 19e, 1921, printed 1930s. (2004-346), 1921. 1 item.
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Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991), Zinc Crystals, ca. 1958. (2004-401), ca. 1958. 1 item.
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Gordon Parks (1912–2006; born Fort Scott, KS; died New York, NY), Gang Member with Brick, Harlem, New York, 1948. (2017-189), 1948. 1 item.
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Edward Weston (1886–1958; born Highland Park, IL; died Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA), Untitled (Diego Rivera), 1924. (2019-271), 1924. 1 item.
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