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|1.||Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time other web page|
|2.||Samuel Durant, Legality is not Morality, 2003 2004.635<|
|3.||Charles Burchfield, Noontide in Late May, 1917 31.408<|
|4.||Yves Tanguy (1900–1955) artist page|
|5.||Charles Burchfield, An April Mood, 1946–55 55.39<|
|6.||George Grosz, Peace, II, 1946 47.2<|
|7.||Morris Louis (1912–1962) artist page|
|8.||Ana Mendieta, Untitled (Fetish series, Iowa), 1977 92.112<|
|9.||Martin Puryear (b. 1941) artist page|
|10.||Los Carpinteros, Transportable City, 1999 2007.182<|
|11.||Liza Lou, Kitchen, 1990–95 2008.339a-x<|
|12.||Walton Ford, Visitation, 2004 99.40.6<|
|13.||Huma Bhabha, Untitled, 2008 2008.31<|
|14.||Man Ray, La Fortune, 1938 72.129<|
|15.||Joe Jones, American Farm, 1936 36.144<|
|16.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Summer Days, 1936 94.171<|
|17.||Agnes Pelton, Untitled, 1931 96.175<|
|18.||Oscar Bluemner, Last Evening of the Year, c. 1929 31.115<|
|19.||Edward Hopper, A Woman in the Sun, 1961 84.31<|
|20.||Kalup Linzy other web page|
|21.||Martin Wong (1946–1999) artist page|
|22.||Marsden Hartley, Robin Hood Cove, Georgetown, Maine, 1938 87.63<|
|23.||Mabel Dwight, In the Crowd, 1931 98.8.1<|
|24.||Edward Ruscha, Blue Collar Tool & Die, 1992 2006.8<|
|25.||Kiki Smith, Pieta, 1999 2001.151<|
|26.||Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #35, 1979 88.50.4<|
|27.||Catherine Opie, Self-Portrait, 1993 94.64<|
|28.||William Wegman, Crow, 1970 92.15<|
|29.||William Eggleston, Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973 (printed 1980) 94.111<|
|30.||Jim Nutt, She’s Hit, 1967 69.101<|
|31.||Jay DeFeo, The Eyes, 1958 96.242.3<|
|32.||Vija Celmins, Ocean Surface Woodcut, 1992 92.34<|
|33.||Louise Bourgeois, Spider Woman, 2005 2006.76<|
|34.||Guy Pène Du Bois, Opera Box, 1926 31.184<|
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