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|1.||Jacob Lawrence, War Series: Victory, 1947 51.19<|
|2.||Maurice Prendergast, Madison Square, 1901 76.14<|
|3.||Reginald Marsh, Why Not Use the “L”?, 1930 31.293<|
|4.||Mabel Dwight, In the Crowd, 1931 98.8.1<|
|5.||Charles Burchfield, Ice Glare, 1933 33.64<|
|6.||George Bellows, Dempsey and Firpo, 1924 31.95<|
|7.||Jacob Lawrence, War Series: Beachhead, 1947 51.13<|
|8.||Edward Hopper, Night Shadows, 1921 70.1048<|
|9.||Alexander Calder, Tumbler on Swing, 1931 81.23.4<|
|10.||Charles Demuth, My Egypt, 1927 31.172<|
|11.||Alexander Calder, Object with Red Discs, 1931 86.49a-c<|
|12.||Jacob Lawrence, Tombstones, 1942 43.14<|
|13.||Thomas Hart Benton, Poker Night (from “A Streetcar Named Desire”), 1948 85.49.2<|
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