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Double Elvis Andy Warhol (American, 1928–1987) 1963. Silkscreen ink on synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 6' 11" x 53" (210.8 x 134.6 cm). Gift of the Jerry and Emily Spiegel Family Foundation in honor of Kirk Varnedoe. © 2012 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Martin Puryear, Brunhilde, 1998-2000; cedar and rattan

Untitled, by Jasper Johns, 1978; acrylic on paper

Modern Painting with Small Bolt, Roy Lichtenstein, 1967, Oil and magna on canvas

Round Hill, Alex Katz, 1977; Oil on Canvas

Rudy, by Alex Katz, 1980; Oil on canvas

‘Summer Picnic,’ 1975, Alex Katz

Whitney Museum of American Art: Charles Demuth: My Egypt

Whitney Museum of American Art: Jean-Michel Basquiat: Hollywood Africans, 1983

Joan Mitchell (1926-1992), Hemlock, 1956. Oil on canvas, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; part of the first exhibition in the museum's new facility: America is Hard to See

Charles Sheeler (1883-1965), River Rouge Plant, 1932. Oil and pencil on canvas, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918. Oil on canvas; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Wrapped Reichstag, Berlin, 1971-95, by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude

"Swinging on the Gate" by John George Brown in The Angels and Tomboys exhibition at the Crystal Bridges Museum

Egon Schiele, Mother and Daughter, 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna

Pear Tree, 1903, Gustav Klimt

Portrait of Friederike Maria Beer, 1916, Gustav Klimt; this was one of his later works

Centennial Certificate, MMA; Robert Rauschenberg, 1969; Whitney Museum of American Art

Deep Within the Ravine, 1965, Hans Hofmann; Metropolitan Museum of Art

Veluti in Speculum, Hans Hofmann, 1962; Metropolitan Museum of Art

Taxi Pretzel, from No Gas, Red Grooms, 1971 | The Art Institute of Chicago

Noa-Noa, 1991, Red Grooms. Color woodcut on ivory japanese paper | The Art Institute of Chicago

(3 x 5) + 1, ALexander Calder, 1949 | The Art Institute of Chicago

Thomas Hirschhorn. Provide Ruins I. 2003, MoMA; Here he has paired images of war-torn buildings and victims of war with the faces of fashion models, all overlaid with blue ink that appears to stream and seep from the figures like tears or blood.'

Cai Guo-Qiang (Chinese, b. 1957). Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows. 1998; MoMA | Scenes for a New Heritage: Contemporary Art from the Collection. CLick through for the explanation of how this art piece hearkens back to an ancient Chinese myth.