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Woman from Brittany

María Blanchard, 1928-1930

Indian Dancer: From an Ethnographic Museum

Hannah Höch, 1930

Be Ready!

Varvara Stepanova, 1932

Spiral, tangent, curve

Théo Kerg, 1933

Landscape

André Breton, 1933

The Odyssey of Odysseus

Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl, 1933

Abstract Composition

Mainie Jellett, 1935

Woman with a blue bowl

Lê Phổ, 1940

Poem Object

André Breton, 1941

I Saluted at Six Paces Commandant Lefebvre des Noëttes

André Breton, 1942

Personage (Autoportrait)

Robert Motherwell, 1943

The Jungle

Wifredo Lam, 1943

Untitled

Barnett Newman, 1945

Dream Ride

Hannah Höch, 1947

Zulma

Henri Matisse, 1950

Study for "La Combe II"

Ellsworth Kelly, 1950

Untitled

Charmion von Wiegand, 1950

Triangle Form

Ellsworth Kelly, 1951

Sorrow of the King

Henri Matisse, 1952

Untitled

André Breton, 1957

Untitled

André Breton, 1957

Monogram

Robert Rauschenberg, 1955-1959

The Jade Necklace

Mai Trung Thứ, 1959

Winter Pool

Robert Rauschenberg, 1959

Abstract painting

Aubrey Williams, 1960

The Moment (Egg)

Agnes Martin, 1963

Starlight

Agnes Martin, 1963

Breakthrough I

Robert Rauschenberg, 1964

J’Accuse

Charles White, 1966

The Two Musicians

Baya Mahieddine, 1966

Table of Offerings

Charmion von Wiegand, 1965-1966

Four Hearts

Jim Dine, 1969

Little Sun

Hannah Höch, 1969

Women in Prayer

Chaïbia Talal, 1970

Angst

Hannah Höch, 1970

Woman and Peacock

Baya Mahieddine, 1973

Untitled, 1973

María Luisa Pacheco, 1973

Free Space I

Lee Krasner, 1975

The Fish

Baya Mahieddine, 1976

Future Indicative

Lee Krasner, 1977

The Musician

Baya Mahieddine, 1978

I Only Have Eyes For You

Richard Hambleton, 1980

The Metamorphosis of a Woman

Leonor Fini, 1987

Untitled

Baya Mahieddine, 1992

Bloodscape

Richard Hambleton, 1992-1994

Bloodscape

Richard Hambleton, 1992-1994

Bloodscape

Richard Hambleton, 1992-1994

Bashful

Chakrabhand Posayakrit, 1998
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