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|1.||Philip Pearlstein, Portrait of Andy, Warhola, 1950 74.115<|
|2.||Charles Demuth, My Egypt, 1927 31.172<|
|3.||Adam McEwen, Untitled (Bill), 2004 2006.94.1<|
|4.||John Marin, Region of Brooklyn Bridge Fantasy, 1932 49.8<|
|5.||Earl Horter, The Chrysler Building Under Construction, 1931 78.17<|
|6.||Joseph Stella, The Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme, 1939 42.15<|
|7.||Stephen Vitiello, World Trade Center Recordings: Winds After Hurricane Floyd, 1999 and 2002 2003.89<|
|8.||Jacob Lawrence, War Series: Alert, 1947 51.9<|
|9.||Edward Hopper, Seven A.M., 1948 50.8<|
|10.||Edward Hopper, Early Sunday Morning, 1930 31.426<|
|11.||Edward Hopper, Railroad Sunset, 1929 70.1170<|
|12.||Oscar Bluemner, A Situation in Yellow, 1933 67.66<|
|13.||Ben Shahn (1898–1969) artist page|
|14.||Max Weber (1881–1961) artist page|
|15.||Mark Rothko, Untitled (Blue, Yellow, Green on Red), 1954 2002.261<|
|16.||Charles Burchfield, Ice Glare, 1933 33.64<|
|17.||Steven Parrino, Untitled, 1986 2008.16<|
|18.||Keith Haring, Untitled, 1981 97.89.2<|
|19.||Andy Warhol, Tomato, 1968 69.13.9<|
|20.||Andrew Wyeth, Winter Fields, 1942 77.91<|
|21.||Romare Bearden, Eastern Barn, 1968 69.14<|
|22.||Reginald Marsh, Why Not Use the “L”?, 1930 31.293<|
|23.||Andy Warhol, Nine Jackies, 1964 2002.273<|
|24.||Marsden Hartley, Forms Abstracted, 1913 52.37<|
|25.||Robert Motherwell, Afternoon in Barcelona, 1958 79.35<|
|26.||Franz Kline, Mahoning, 1956 57.10<|
|27.||Edward Hopper, Light at Two Lights, 1927 70.1094<|
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