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|1.||Susan Rothenberg, For the Light, 1978–79 79.23<|
|2.||Andy Warhol, Tomato, 1968 69.13.9<|
|3.||Wayne Thiebaud, Pie Counter, 1963 64.11<|
|4.||Louis Lozowick, New York, 1925 77.12<|
|5.||Jasper Johns, Savarin, 1982 2002.238<|
|6.||Jasper Johns, Savarin, 1982 2002.233<|
|7.||Jasper Johns, Three Flags, 1958 80.32<|
|8.||Earl Horter, The Chrysler Building Under Construction, 1931 78.17<|
|9.||Edward Hopper, South Carolina Morning, 1955 67.13<|
|10.||Edward Hopper, Seven A.M., 1948 50.8<|
|11.||Edward Hopper, Night Shadows, 1921 70.1048<|
|12.||Edward Hopper, Early Sunday Morning, 1930 31.426<|
|13.||Edward Hopper, Railroad Sunset, 1929 70.1170<|
|14.||Edward Hopper, New York Interior, c. 1921 70.1200<|
|15.||Edward Hopper, Light at Two Lights, 1927 70.1094<|
|16.||Adolph Gottlieb, Vigil, 1948 49.2<|
|17.||Arshile Gorky, The Betrothal, II, 1947 50.3<|
|18.||Paul Strand, Wall Street, New York, 1915 (printed posthumously) 91.102.2<|
|19.||Alfred Stieglitz, The City of Ambition, 1910 (printed 1911) 2007.49<|
|20.||Clyfford Still, Untitled, 1956 2002.265<|
|21.||Franz Kline, Mahoning, 1956 57.10<|
|22.||Franz Kline, Untitled (Study for Mahoning), c. 1951 2000.114<|
|23.||Lee Krasner, The Seasons, 1957 87.7<|
|24.||Lee Krasner, White Squares, c. 1948 75.1<|
|25.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918 91.90<|
|26.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Flower Abstraction, 1924 85.47<|
|27.||Robert Rauschenberg, Satellite, 1955 91.85<|
|28.||Robert Rauschenberg, Yoicks, 1953 71.210<|
|29.||Mark Rothko, Four Darks in Red, 1958 68.9<|
|30.||Edward Ruscha, Large Trademark with Eight Spotlights, 1962 85.41<|
|31.||Jackson Pollock, Number 18, 1951, 1951 2002.258<|
|32.||Jackson Pollock, Number 27, 1950, 1950 53.12<|
|33.||Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907 77.106<|
|34.||Maurice Prendergast, Madison Square, 1901 76.14<|
|35.||William Glackens, Hammerstein’s Roof Garden, c. 1901 53.46<|
|36.||Jennifer Bartlett, Large Red Man Reading #5, 1989 2009.194a-j<|
|37.||Jasper Johns, 0 through 9, 1961 2002.222<|
|38.||Helen Frankenthaler, Flood, 1967 68.12<|
|39.||Willem de Kooning, Door to the River, 1960 60.63<|
|40.||Willem de Kooning, Woman and Bicycle, 1952–53 55.35<|
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