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|1.||Real/Surreal (Oct 6, 2011–Feb 12, 2012) exhibition page|
|2.||Edward Hopper, Night Shadows, 1921 70.1048|
|3.||Joseph Stella, Luna Park, c. 1913 72.147|
|4.||Peggy Bacon, The Whitney Studio Club, 1925 31.596|
|5.||David Park, Four Men, 1958 59.27|
|6.||John Steuart Curry, Baptism in Kansas, 1928 31.159|
|7.||Charles Burchfield, Ice Glare, 1933 33.64|
|8.||John Sloan, Sixth Avenue Elevated at Third Street, 1928 36.154|
|9.||Arshile Gorky, The Artist and His Mother, c. 1926–36 50.17|
|10.||Jared French (1905–1988) artist page|
|11.||Charles Burchfield, An April Mood, 1946–55 55.39|
|12.||Larry Rivers, Berdie in a Red Shawl, 1953 77.1.44|
|13.||Thomas Hart Benton, The Lord is My Shepherd, 1926 31.100|
|14.||Eric Fischl, A Visit To / A Visit From / The Island, 1983 83.17a-b|
|15.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918 91.90|
|16.||George Segal, Walk, Don’t Walk, 1976 79.4a-f|
|17.||Maurice Prendergast, Madison Square, 1901 76.14|
|18.||Arthur Dove, Ferry Boat Wreck, 1931 56.21|
|19.||Thomas Hart Benton, Poker Night (from “A Streetcar Named Desire”), 1948 85.49.2|
|20.||George Bellows (1882–1925) artist page|
|21.||Robert Henri (1865–1929) artist page|
|22.||Philip Pearlstein, Female Model on Oriental Rug with Mirror, 1968 84.69|
|23.||Reginald Marsh, Twenty Cent Movie, 1936 37.43|
|24.||Reginald Marsh, Why Not Use the “L”?, 1930 31.293|
|25.||Raphael Soyer, Office Girls, 1936 36.149|
|26.||John Sloan, The Picnic Grounds, 1906–07 41.34|
|27.||Edward Hopper, Railroad Sunset, 1929 70.1170|
|28.||Man Ray, La Fortune, 1938 72.129|
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