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Angel of the Revelation

William Blake, 1803-1805

Side View of the Skull of Toxodon

Charles Darwin, 1838

Top View of the Skull of Toxodon

Charles Darwin, 1838

Babylon hath been a golden cup

Simeon Solomon, 1859

A Prelude by Bach

Simeon Solomon, 1868

Pastoral Lovers

Simeon Solomon, 1869

On the Edge of the Farm

Winslow Homer, 1875

Phaethon

Gustave Moreau, 1878

The Houses on Schenkweg where Van Gogh Lived

Vincent Van Gogh, 1882

Unemployed

Ferdinand Hodler, 1891

The Dangerous Cooks

James Ensor, 1896

The Wounded Standard Bearer Hans Baer

Ferdinand Hodler, 1896

Village Church

Piet Mondrian, 1898

Liftpower Harnessed

Charles Dellschau, 1899

Revolving Generator

Charles Dellschau, 1899

Sketches for Eisler Terramare High Chair

Koloman Moser, 1903

Figure Ashore

Wenzel Hablik, 1904-1907

Mental Asylum Band-Copse

Adolf Wölfli, 1910

Portrait of a Lady

Gwendolen Mary John, 1909-1910

Woman with Homunculus

Egon Schiele, 1910

Australia is without Doubt the Habitat of the Giant Strawberry

Adolf Wölfli, 1911

Giant City, Band-Wald-Hall

Adolf Wölfli, 1911

Gourmet Food Store: Feeding the Fishes

Adolf Wölfli, 1911

The Atlantic Ocean and the Harbor of Cradle-Beach

Adolf Wölfli, 1911

The Eyeglass-Butterfly in India

Adolf Wölfli, 1911

Moroccan Man

José Tapiro y Baro, 1913

Queen Of Shamakhan from 'Le Coq d'Or'

Natalia Goncharova, 1913

Wally in Red Blouse with Raised Knees

Egon Schiele, 1913

Crucifixion of the Holy St. Adolf

Adolf Wölfli, 1914

Designs for the stage wings of ‘Le Coq d'Or’

Natalia Goncharova, 1914

Lovers

Egon Schiele, 1914

Cleopatra — St. Adolf-Ring, Giant City in India

Adolf Wölfli, 1915

Portrait of Edith Schiele with Striped Dress

Egon Schiele, 1915

The Nativity, for Liturgy

Natalia Goncharova, 1915

Composition

Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1918

The St. Adolf-Ship in the Great Eastern Sea

Adolf Wölfli, 1918

The St. Adolf-Swiss-Tower

Adolf Wölfli, 1918

L.H.O.O.Q.

Marcel Duchamp, 1919

The Archer

Theo van Doesburg, 1919

Two Russian maidens

Natalia Goncharova, 1920

Study for Man and Machine

Hannah Höch, 1921

Stage Design for The Firebird, Act II

Natalia Goncharova, 1926

Christoph Columbus

Adolf Wölfli, 1930

Children

William H. Johnson, 1941

Homesteaders

William H. Johnson, 1942

Vase, Palette, and Mandolin

Georges Braque, 1944

Exquisite Corpse

André Breton, 1949

Study for "La Combe II"

Ellsworth Kelly, 1950

Harvest Talk

Charles White, 1953

Leda and the Swan

Cy Twombly, 1962
More Art Mediums

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Ink

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