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We're celebrating color this week (September 30–October 4, 2013) in a series of Pinterest boards focusing on different hues found in our collections. Here we collect some notable yellow works. Explore color further in the Harvard Art Museums magazine, Index: harvardartmuseums.org/index
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John Singleton Copley, William Brattle (1706-1776), 1756, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections William Brattle (1706-1776)

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, The Seated Clowness, 1896, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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Rama's Brother Pulling a Thorn from His Foot, India, Pahari, c. 1700-10, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

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John Singer Sargent, Study for "History," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1916-21, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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William Ward II, Sky Subject, after Turner, 19th century, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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Sky Subject, after Turner | Harvard Art Museums

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Larry Zox, Glass Point, 1967-68, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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Hishikawa Morofusa, Courtesan Walking by Cherry Trees, Japanese, Edo period, 1700, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

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Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, After the Bath, Woman with a Towel, c. 1893-97, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

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From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections After the Bath, Woman with a Towel

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Septimius Severus, Aureus of Septimius Severus, Rome, 200 -201 AD, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

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Eishôsai Chôki, Courtesan Somenosuke of the Matsubaya (Matsubaya uchi Somenosuke), from the series "Beauties of the Yoshiwara" (Seirô bijin awase), Mid to Late Edo period, circa 1780-1805, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

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