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|1.||Theodore Roszak (1907–1981) artist page|
|2.||Pierre Huyghe, A Journey That Wasn’t, 2005 2006.349<|
|3.||George Tooker (1920–2011) artist page|
|4.||Edward Hopper, Light at Two Lights, 1927 70.1094<|
|5.||Pat Steir, September Evening Waterfall, 1991 2001.322<|
|6.||John Steuart Curry, Baptism in Kansas, 1928 31.159<|
|7.||Berenice Abbott, Untitled (Foyer of the Whitney Museum of American Art on 8th Street, NYC), 1938 99.4<|
|8.||Alex Katz, Eli, 1963 64.37<|
|9.||Romare Bearden, Eastern Barn, 1968 69.14<|
|10.||Elie Nadelman (1882–1946) artist page|
|11.||Diana Thater, Six-Color Video Wall, 2000 2000.193<|
|12.||Robert Arneson, Whistling in the Dark, 1976 77.37a-b<|
|13.||Edward Ruscha, Beeline Gas, Holbrook, Arizona, 1962 2004.487<|
|14.||Andy Warhol, Nine Jackies, 1964 2002.273<|
|15.||William Wegman, Frog Pond, 1982 91.113<|
|16.||Paul Sharits, Shutter Interface, 1972 2000.263<|
|17.||Earl Horter, The Chrysler Building Under Construction, 1931 78.17<|
|18.||Liza Lou, Kitchen, 1990–95 2008.339a-x<|
|19.||John Sloan, The Picnic Grounds, 1906–07 41.34<|
|20.||John Coplans, Self-Portrait (Interlocking Fingers, No. 18), 2000 2000.98<|
|21.||Paul Cadmus, Sailors and Floosies, 1938 64.42a-b<|
|22.||Alexander Calder, Wooden Bottle with Hairs, 1943 80.28.2a-l<|
|23.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918 91.90<|
|24.||Jasper Johns, Savarin, 1982 2002.228<|
|25.||Man Ray, La Fortune, 1938 72.129<|
Whitney Biennial 2006:
Day for Night (Mar 2–May 28, 2006) exhibition page
|27.||Andy Warhol Film Project other web page|
|28.||Behind the Scenes: Georgia O’Keeffe (Thurs, Oct 22, 2009 4:30–6 PM) event page|
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