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|1.||Larry Rivers, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1960 80.27<|
|2.||Larry Clark, Untitled, 1968 92.111.2<|
|3.||Bruce Nauman, Self Portrait as a Fountain, 1966–67 70.50.9<|
|4.||Alfred Leslie, Alfred Leslie/1966-67, 1966–67 67.30<|
|5.||Gordon Parks, Bandaged Hands, Muhammad Ali, 1966 98.59<|
|6.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 (printed 1964) 95.8<|
|7.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 95.6<|
|8.||Edward Hopper, A Woman in the Sun, 1961 84.31<|
|9.||Jane Wilson, Andy and Lilacs, 1960 74.11<|
|10.||Franz Kline, Untitled (Study for Mahoning), c. 1951 2000.114<|
|11.||Philip Pearlstein, Portrait of Andy, Warhola, 1950 74.115<|
|12.||Jacob Lawrence, War Series: The Letter, 1946 51.11<|
|13.||Jared French, State Park, 1946 65.78<|
|14.||Paul Cadmus, Sailors and Floosies, 1938 64.42a-b<|
|15.||Reginald Marsh, Bread Line—No One Has Starved, 1932 82.43.1<|
|16.||Paul Cadmus, To the Lynching!, 1935 36.32<|
|17.||Ben Shahn, The Passion of Sacco and Vanzetti, 1931–32 49.22<|
|18.||Alexander Calder, Juggler with Dog, 1931 81.23.2<|
|19.||Isabel Bishop, Conversation, 1931 80.31.142<|
|20.||Philip Guston, Drawing for Conspirators, 1930 82.20<|
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