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Studio of Alex Calder

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Picasso

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Sofonisba Anguissola’s smallest known self-portrait, which measures 3 ¼ by 2 ½ inches.

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julie dreaming, berthe morisot, 1894

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271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800 Page Book watercolor history color books

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Spanning nearly 800 completely handwritten pages, Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau, was probably the most comprehensive guide to paint and color of the 17th century.

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Julie and Eugene Manet - Berthe Morisot

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Berthe Morisot by Manet, 1872, Musee D'Orsay

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Eugene Manet and his Daughter by Berthe Morisot, Musee Marmottan

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Sargent, Simplon Pass: Reading, 1911, watercolor

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Edward Hopper, Study for Nighthawks, 1941 or 1942, fabricated chalk and charcoal on paper

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Léon-Augustin Lhermitte, Women and Children Bathing in a River, 1844–1925. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Peasants' War - Kathe Kollwitz

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Alexander Calder- wire sculpture- Acrobats

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Albrecht Dürer's "The Sea Monster," an engraving from around 1498

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John Singer Sargent's "The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit." Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir's "Dance at Bougival." Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Artist in his Studio, about 1628. Oil on panel.

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Cecilia Beaux, Ernesta (Child with Nurse), 1894. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Calder portrait at the Whitney - "wire was like three-dimensional ink; it was a means of combining drawing and sculpture in space."

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Two Studies of a Seated Nude with Long Hair (For Goldfish) / Klimt

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François Boucher (1703–1770) Standing Woman Seen from Behind c. 1742

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Van Gogh landscape drawing

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“Behind the head, instead of painting the ordinary wall of the mediocre room, I paint infinity, a plain background of the richest, most intense blue I can conceive, and by this single combination of the bright head against the rich blue background, I get a mysterious effect, like a star in the depths of an azure sky.”- Van Gogh

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