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Flatiron Building

1902

Portrait of Evelyn Nesbit

Gertrude Käsebier, 1901-1902

The Fallen Demon

Mikhail Vrubel, 1902

The Caress

Mary Cassatt, 1902

Goldfish

Gustav Klimt, 1901-1902

Portrait of Emilie Flöge

Gustav Klimt, 1902

Portrait of Marie Henneberg

Gustav Klimt, 1901-1902

Beech Grove 1

Gustav Klimt, 1902

Self portrait in front of flowering trees

Paula Modersohn-Becker, 1902

Garden and Chapel at Blainville

Marcel Duchamp, 1902

'Surface Decoration' — Cover

Koloman Moser, 1902

Self-portrait

Gwendolen Mary John, 1902

Our Lady of Peace

Evelyn De Morgan, 1902

Hydrangeas, 紫陽花

Hishida Shunsō, 1902

Albert Bierstadt

Salesman for westward expansion

1830-1902

Four Girls in Åsgårdstrand

Edvard Munch, 1903

The Manger

Gertrude Käsebier, 1903

The Brooch / Eva Mudocci

Edvard Munch, 1903

Silver Favourites

Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1903

The Good Shepherd

Henry Ossawa Tanner, 1902-1903

Portrait of George W. Vanderbilt

James McNeill Whistler, 1897-1903

Purkersdorf Sanatorium Armchair

Koloman Moser, 1903

What freedom!

Ilya Repin, 1903

Camille Pissarro

Peaceful anarchist, advocate of the working man

1830-1903

Sketches for Eisler Terramare High Chair

Koloman Moser, 1903

Self-portrait of the Artist with a Lamp

Henri Rousseau, 1903

The Thinker

François Auguste René Rodin, 1903

Inlaid Eisler-Terramare Armoire

Koloman Moser, 1903

Peasant War print 5: Outbreak

Käthe Kollwitz, 1903

James McNeill Whistler

A lesson in making enemies

1834-1903

La Vie

Pablo Picasso, 1903

Paul Gauguin

In search of a lost paradise

1848-1903

Working Woman with Blue Shawl

Käthe Kollwitz, 1903

Hope 1

Gustav Klimt, 1903

Nkisi, called 'Chingunge N'

1882-1903

Nature has more depth than surface, hence the need to introduce in our vibrations of light, represented by reds and yellows, enough blue tints to give a feeling of air.

Letters from Paul Cézanne to Emile Bernard

Paul Cézanne, 1904

Art Forms in Nature, Plate 28: Discomedusae

Ernst Haeckel, 1904

Six-Winged Seraphim

Mikhail Vrubel, 1904

Art Forms in Nature, Plate 6: Tubulariae

Ernst Haeckel, 1904

Forest Brook at Leissingen

Ferdinand Hodler, 1904

Eadweard Muybridge

A brilliant murderer studies motion

1830-1904

The Stone with Three Sketches

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1904

Art Forms in Nature, Plate 83: Lichenes

Ernst Haeckel, 1904

La Marée Basse

Jean Metzinger, 1904

What a pitfall the practice of Antiquity can be. — It is an art that is too rich, too perfect, too general, of bygone idealism, and for which the conventions have become nearly incomprehensible

On Rome and the Wonders of Antiquity

Maurice Denis, 1904

Art Forms in Nature, Plate 79: Lacertilia

Ernst Haeckel, 1904

Naval Battle at the Entrance of Inchon

Kobayashi Kiyochika 清親, 1904

Paysage

Jean Metzinger, 1904

What makes a piece of artwork significant, is the fullness of the artist’s efforts, the powerfulness of his or her will.

On Raphael and the Power of Will

Maurice Denis, 1904

Art Forms in Nature, Plate 62: Nepenthaceae

Ernst Haeckel, 1904

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