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|1.||Everett Shinn, Revue, 1908 31.346|
|2.||Kenny Scharf (b. 1958) artist page|
|3.||Ad Reinhardt, Museum Landscape, 1950 66.141|
|4.||Mark Rothko, Untitled (Blue, Yellow, Green on Red), 1954 2002.261|
|5.||Charles Ray, All My Clothes, 1973 96.66a-p|
|6.||James Rosenquist, Fahrenheit 1982 Degrees, 1982 82.35|
|7.||Maurice Prendergast, Madison Square, 1901 76.14|
|8.||Guy Pène Du Bois, Opera Box, 1926 31.184|
|9.||Jackson Pollock, Number 27, 1950, 1950 53.12|
|10.||Adrian Piper, Out of the Corner, 1990 94.38|
|11.||Alex Prager, Helen, 2008 (printed 2010) 2010.107|
|12.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Summer Days, 1936 94.171|
|13.||Claes Oldenburg, Braselette, 1961 91.34.5|
|14.||Man Ray, New York, 1917 and 1966 96.174|
|15.||Vera Lutter, Pepsi-Cola, Long Island City, IV: May 19, 1998, 1998 2000.219|
|16.||Robert Longo, Untitled, 1981 91.55|
|17.||Roy Lichtenstein, Little Big Painting, 1965 66.2|
|18.||Saul Leiter, The Village, 1947 97.98.5|
|19.||Joseph Kosuth (b. 1945) artist page|
|20.||William Klein, Selwyn, 42nd Street, New York, 1955 96.64|
|21.||Jeff Koons, Untitled (Girl with Dolphin and Monkey), 2006 2006.80.1.2|
|22.||Yayoi Kusama, Fireflies on the Water, 2002 2003.322a-tttttttt|
|23.||Barbara Kruger (b. 1945) artist page|
|24.||Ellsworth Kelly (b. 1923) artist page|
|25.||Donald Judd, Untitled, 1968 68.36|
|26.||Robert Henri (1865–1929) artist page|
|27.||Emmet Gowin, Aeration Pond, Toxic Water Treatment Facility, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 1989 (printed 1992) 99.5.3|
|28.||Arshile Gorky, The Artist and His Mother, c. 1926–36 50.17|
|29.||Simone Forti, Striding Crawling, 1977 2003.88|
|30.||Sue de Beer, Hans und Grete, 2002 2004.47|
|31.||E.V. Day, Bombshell, 1999 2002.318|
|32.||Christo, The Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City, 2003 2004.419a-b|
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