Neighbors’ Day: April 30
To mark the first anniversary of the Whitney’s new home, neighbors visit free on Saturday, April 30.Reserve tickets
|1.||Peter Blume, Light of the World, 1932 33.5<|
|2.||Andrew Wyeth, Winter Fields, 1942 77.91<|
|3.||Edward Hopper, Night Shadows, 1921 70.1048<|
|4.||Louis Guglielmi, Terror in Brooklyn, 1941 42.5<|
|5.||Ralston Crawford, Steel Foundry, Coatesville, Pa., 1936–37 37.10<|
|6.||Leon Golub, White Squad I, 1982 94.67<|
|7.||Jared French (1905–1988) artist page|
|8.||Joe Jones, American Farm, 1936 36.144<|
|9.||Mabel Dwight, In the Crowd, 1931 98.8.1<|
|10.||Charles Sheeler, River Rouge Plant, 1932 32.43<|
|11.||Paul Cadmus, Sailors and Floosies, 1938 64.42a-b<|
|12.||Sue de Beer, Hans und Grete, 2002 2004.47<|
|13.||Singular Visions other web page|
|14.||Real/Surreal other web page|
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