Trivium Art History20th Century

Poem Object

André Breton, 1941

The Magic Flower Game

Dorothea Tanning, 1941

Woman in an Armchair

Pablo Picasso, 1941

Red Hill and Bones

Georgia O'Keeffe, 1941

Girl with a rose

Lê Phổ, 1941

Meeting Place

Norman Lewis, 1941


Zlatyu Boyadzhiev, 1941

African American and White Soldiers aboard A Ship

Gordon Parks, 1941

Photographers from the Negro press at Howard University Commencement Exercises

Gordon Parks, 1942

Young Arab

Irma Stern, 1942

Mining in the Basin

Théo Kerg, 1942

I Saluted at Six Paces Commandant Lefebvre des Noëttes

André Breton, 1942

For contemplation

Albert Gleizes, 1942

The Sea Chest

Adolph Gottlieb, 1942


Irma Stern, 1942

The Patience

Georges Braque, 1942

The Cathedrals of Art

Florine Stettheimer, 1942

After Xhorkum

Arshile Gorky, 1940-1942

American Gothic

Gordon Parks, 1942

Portrait of Mrs. Hasellter

Leonor Fini, 1942


Giorgio Morandi, 1942

Paul Robeson

Gordon Parks, 1942

The Antipope

Max Ernst, 1941-1942

Negro Women In Her Bedroom

Gordon Parks, 1942

On the Plains

Zlatyu Boyadzhiev, 1942

Mrs. Ella Watson

Gordon Parks, 1942

View of the Corniche Road in Luxembourg City

Théo Kerg, 1943

A Little Night Music

Dorothea Tanning, 1943

Oval Sculpture (No. 2)

Barbara Hepworth, 1943

Broadway Boogie Woogie

Piet Mondrian, 1942-1943

My Back Yard

Georgia O'Keeffe, 1943

Still life with three apples

Théo Kerg, 1943

The Eisenbatti of Remich are leaving

Théo Kerg, 1943

Portrait of Freda Feldman in Basuto Hat

Irma Stern, 1943

The Jungle

Wifredo Lam, 1943

Jefferson Memorial


Personage (Autoportrait)

Robert Motherwell, 1943

The Clown

Henri Matisse, 1943

The War

Marc Chagall, 1943

Between Darkness and Light

Marc Chagall, 1838-1943


Man Ray, 1944

1944-N No. 2

Clyfford Still, 1944

Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion

Francis Bacon, 1944


Dorothea Tanning, 1944


Clyfford Still, 1944

I Saw Three Cities

Kay Sage, 1944-1944

Stella, Lady Bailey

Irma Stern, 1944

It is often said of a picture: this picture is not extraordinary, it is nothing remarkable, but “it shows great sensitiveness”.


Giorgio de Chirico, 1944


Clyfford Still, 1944

Victory Boogie Woogie

Piet Mondrian, 1943-1944

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