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|2.||Glenn Ligon, Untitled (I Do Not Always Feel Colored), 1990 2001.275<|
|3.||Grant Wood, Dinner for Threshers (left section), 1933 33.79<|
|4.||Fritz Glarner, Relational Painting, 1949–51 52.3<|
|5.||R. H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance, Chapter 16, 2010 2010.50<|
|6.||Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, c. 1951 2002.260<|
|7.||Raphael Soyer, Office Girls, 1936 36.149<|
|8.||Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1969 69.29<|
|9.||Charles Demuth, My Egypt, 1927 31.172<|
|10.||R. H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance, Chapter 16, 2010 2010.54<|
|11.||Susan Rothenberg, For the Light, 1978–79 79.23<|
|12.||Franz Kline, Untitled (Study for Mahoning), c. 1951 2000.114<|
|13.||Franz Kline, Mahoning, 1956 57.10<|
|14.||Jackson Pollock, Number 18, 1951, 1951 2002.258<|
|15.||Hedda Sterne, New York, N.Y., 1955, 1955 56.20<|
|16.||Gary Simmons, Ghoster, 1997 97.100a-d<|
|17.||Sara VanDerBeek, Ellipsis, 2010 2011.15<|
|18.||Lyonel Feininger, Gelmeroda, VIII, 1921 53.38<|
|19.||Vik Muniz, Picture of Dust (Barry Le Va, Continuous and Related Activities; Discontinued by the Act of Dropping, 1967, Installed at the Whitney Museum in “New Sculpture 1965–75: Between Geometry and Gesture,” February 20–June 3, 1990), 2000 2001.158a-b<|
|20.||Willem de Kooning, Door to the River, 1960 60.63<|
|21.||Larry Rivers, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1960 80.27<|
|22.||Mark Rothko, Agitation of the Archaic, 1944 85.43.1<|
|23.||Mark Rothko, Four Darks in Red, 1958 68.9<|
|24.||Pat Steir, September Evening Waterfall, 1991 2001.322<|
|25.||Alice Trumbull Mason, Pale Column, 1956 74.1<|
|26.||Richard Serra, Out-of-Round IX, 1999 2000.10<|
|27.||Paul Strand, Wall Street, New York, 1915 (printed posthumously) 91.102.2<|
|28.||R. H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance, Chapter 16, 2010 2010.55<|
|29.||Mark Rothko, Untitled (Blue, Yellow, Green on Red), 1954 2002.261<|
|30.||Edward Hopper, South Carolina Morning, 1955 67.13<|
|31.||Jasper Johns, Catenary (Manet-Degas), 1999 2002.281<|
|32.||Jasper Johns, Savarin, 1982 2002.233<|
|33.||Jasper Johns, 0 through 9, 1961 2002.222<|
|34.||Agnes Martin, Milk River, 1963 64.10<|
|35.||Brice Marden, Bridge Study, 1991 92.27<|
|36.||Robert Motherwell, Afternoon in Barcelona, 1958 79.35<|
|37.||Sara VanDerBeek, Baltimore Departure, 2010 2011.14<|
|38.||Sol LeWitt, Scribbles (Whitney), 2007 2007.149<|
|39.||Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park #125, 1980 80.36<|
|40.||Lorna Simpson, The Car, 1995 96.171a-m<|
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