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Feininger, LyonelAuf der Quaimauer (On the Seawall)19211994.70View
Johns, JasperLight Bulb19671994.71View
Serra, RichardSketch 319801993.49View
Holtzman, ChuckUntitled #619941995.10View
Prendergast, Maurice BrazilFishing Boatsca. 1900-021995.49View
Lichtenstein, RoyBlue Face19891995.94.1View
Lichtenstein, RoyThe Mask19891995.94.2View
Lichtenstein, RoyPortrait19891995.94.3View
Lichtenstein, RoyBlonde19891995.94.4View
Lichtenstein, RoyGrandpa19891995.94.5View
Lichtenstein, RoyGreen Face19891995.94.6View
Lichtenstein, RoyNude19891995.94.7View
bas-Cohain, RachelProject Peleus (for the Ossa Hills)19781995.24View
bas-Cohain, RachelCheshire Hill and Passageway19781995.25View
bas-Cohain, RachelThe Banana Leaf of Phillips and Sheridan, from the series "Distortions from the Rubber"19761995.26View
bas-Cohain, RachelShulamit and Solomon19661995.32View
Arms, John TaylorLa Colegiata, Toro19351995.50View
Arms, John TaylorDinton, Buckinghamshire (sketch)19471995.51View
Arms, John TaylorMont St. Michel19261995.52View
Bacon, PeggyAesthetic Pleasure1995.53View
Barnet, WillThe Story1995.54View
Bohrod, AaronUntitled (Country Road with Man Carrying Suitcase)1995.58View
Gwathmey, RobertSharecroppers19441995.68View
Marguilies, JosephUntitled [Harbor Scene]1995.71View
McVeigh, Blanche'Gwine to Heaven1995.72View
R B (?)Untitled [factory scene and tracks]1995.74View
Spruance, Benton MurdochA Wind is Rising and the Rivers Flow19451995.82View
Whistler, James McNeillBecquet (The Fiddler), from "A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames"1859-601995.84View
Hanna, BoydBluet19131995.97View
Swan, BarbaraEmily Dickinson1996.2View
Swan, BarbaraSelf Portrait, Reflected II1996.3View
Whistler, James McNeillReadingca. 1883 (published 1887)1996.6View
Homer, Winslow (after)St. Valentine's Day, the Old Story in All Lands18681995.98View
Homer, Winslow (after)The Morning Bell, published in "Harper's Weekly," December 13, 1873published 18731995.99View
Homer, Winslow (after)Art Students and Copyists in the Louvre Gallery, Paris18681995.100View
Homer, Winslow (after)Spring in the City, published in "Harper's Weekly," April 17, 1858published 18581995.101View
Friedman, TomUntitled19951996.12View
Lemieux, AnnetteCensor19941996.21.1View
Moran, Mary NimmoTween the Gloaming and the Mirk When the Kye Come Hame18831996.34View
Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after)Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Born in Kentucky, February 12, 1809 [Photographed by Brady], published in "Harper's Weekly," November 10, 1860, coverpublished 18601996.7.1View
Homer, Winslow (after)1) Expulsion of Negros and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts on December 3, 1860., published in "Harper's Weekly," 1860published 18601996.7.2View
Homer, Winslow (after?)General Thomas Swearing in the Volunteers Called into Service of the United States at Washington, D.C., published in "Harper's Weekly," April 27, 1861, coverpublished 18611996.7.4View
Homer, Winslow (after)The Great Meeting in Union Square, New York, to Support the Government, April 20, 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 4, 1861published 18611996.7.5View
Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after)Colonel Ellsworth, of the Fire Zouaves (unknown illustrator), and Colonel Wilson, of Wilson's Brigade [Photographed by Brady], published in "Harper's Weekly," May 11, 1861, coverpublished 18611996.7.6View
Homer, Winslow (after)The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 25, 1861, p. 239published 18611996.7.7View
Homer, Winslow (after?)The Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Ridge Over the Potomac, at 2 AM on May 24, 1861...18611996.7.8View
Homer, Winslow (after)The War-Making Havelocks for the Volunteers, published in "Harper's Weekly," June 29, 1861, coverpublished 18611996.7.9View
Homer, Winslow (after)Crew of the United States Steam Sloop "Colorado," Shipped at Boston, June 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly," July 13, 1861, p. 439published 18611996.7.10View
Homer, Winslow (after)Filling Cartridges at the United States Arsenal, at Watertown, Massachusetts, published in "Harper's Weekly," July 20, 1861, coverpublished 18611996.7.11View
Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after); Loomis, G. H. (after)Flag-Officer Stringham [photographed by Brady], Major-General Butler [photographed by Loomis, of Boston], and Bombardment of Forts Hatteras and Clark by the United States Fleet, under Flag-Officer Stringham, U.S.N., published in "Harper's Weekly," September 14, 1861, coverpublished 18611996.7.12View


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