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Klinger, Max
Simplicius am Grabe des Einsiedlers (Simplicius at Hermit's Grave), from the portfolio "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.8
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Klinger, Max
Simplicius unter den Soldaten (Simplicius among the Soldiers), from the portfolio "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.9
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Klinger, Max
Simplicius in der Waldeinöde (Simplicius in the Wilderness), from the portfolio "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.10
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Klinger, Max
Gefallener Reiter (Fallen Rider), from the porftolio "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.11
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Klinger, Max
Amor, Tod und Jenseits (Cupid, Death and the Beyond), from the portfolio "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.12
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Klinger, Max
Portfolio cover for "Intermezzi (Radierung Opus IV)"
1881
2018.7.13
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Lawrence, Jacob
The Legend of John Brown
1977
2015.62.23.1-.2
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown, a man who had a fanatical belief that he was chosen by God to overthrow black slavery in America, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.1
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Lawrence, Jacob
For forty years John brown reflected on the hopeless and miserable condition of the slaves, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.2
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Lawrence, Jacob
For twelves years John Brown engaged in land speculations and wool merchandising. All this to make some money for his greater work which was the abolishment of slavery., from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.3
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Lawrence, Jacob
His ventures failing him, he accepted poverty, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.4
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown, while tending his flock in Ohio, first communicated with his sons and daughters his plans of attacking slavery by force, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.5
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown formed an organization among the colored people of the Adirondack woods to resist the capture of any fugitive slaves, from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.6
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Lawrence, Jacob
To the people he found worthy of trust, he communicated his plans, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.7
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown's first thought of the place where he would make his attack came to him while surveying land for Oberlin College in West Virginia, 1840, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.8
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Lawrence, Jacob
Kansas was now the skirmish ground of the Civil War, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.9
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Lawrence, Jacob
Those pro-slavery were murdered by those anti-slavery, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.10
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown took to guerrilla warfare, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.11
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown's victory at Black Jack drove those pro-slavery to new fury, and those who were anti-slavery to new efforts, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.12
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown, after long meditation, planned to fortify himself somewhere in the mountains of Virginia or Tennessee and there make raids on surrounding plantations, freeing slaves, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.13
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown collected money from sympathizers and friends to carry out his plans, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.14
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown made many trips to Canada organizing for his assault on Harper's Ferry, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.15
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Lawrence, Jacob
In spite of a price on his head, John Brown in 1859 liberated twelve negroes from a Missouri plantation, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.16
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown remained a full winter in Canada, drilling negroes for his coming raid on Harper's Ferry, from the porfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.17
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Lawrence, Jacob
July 3, 1859 John Brown stocked an old barn with guns and ammunition. He was ready to strike his first blow at slavery, from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.18
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Lawrence, Jacob
Sunday, October 16, 1859. John Brown with a company of 21 men, white and black, marched on Harper's Ferry, from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.19
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown held Harper's Ferry for twelve hours. His defeat was a few hours off, from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.20
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Lawrence, Jacob
After John Brown's capture, he was put on trial for his life in Charles Town, Virginia (now West Virginia), from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.21
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Lawrence, Jacob
John Brown was found "guilty of treason and murder in the first degree" and was hanged in Charles Town, Virginia, on December 2, 1859, from the portfolio "The Legend of John Brown"
1977
2015.62.22
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Leslie, Alfred
Untitled, from the book "1¢ Life"
1964
2018.221
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Carlson, Andrea
Anti-Retro
2018
2019.30
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Picasso, Pablo
Plate 2 from the portfolio "Sueño y mentira de Franco" (Dream and Lie of Franco)
1937
2005.42.3
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Picasso, Pablo
Plate I from the portfolio "Sueño y mentira de Franco" (Dream and Lie of Franco)
1937
2005.42.4
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Picasso, Pablo
Text pages (recto and verso), from "Sueño y mentira de Franco (Dream and Lie of Franco)"
1937
2005.42.2
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Picasso, Pablo
Portfolio cover for "Sueño y mentira de Franco (Dream and Lie of Franco)"
1937
2005.42.1
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Birk, Sandow
The Horrible & Terrible Deeds & Words of the Very Renowned Trumpagruel
2017
2019.21.1-.12
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Gillray, James
Evacuation before Resignation, plate 1 / The Injured Count, S., plate 2, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.1
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Gillray, James
Sawney in the Bog-House, plate 3 / Junction of Parties, plate 4, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.2
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Gillray, James
Wouski, plate 5 / The Castle in the Moon, plate 6, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.3
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Gillray, James
The Balance of Power, plate 8 / Sir Richard Worse-than-sly, Exposing his Wife's Bottom; O fye!, from the portfolio "Gilray", plate 7, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.4
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Gillray, James
The Minister, plate 10 / Westminster School, plate 9, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.5
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Gillray, James
The Royal Joke, or BlackJacks Delight, plate 11 / The Fall of Phaeton, from the portfolio "Gilray", plate 12, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.6
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Gillray, James
Bologna Sausages, or Opposition Flux'd, plate 13 / The Seige of Blenheim, plate 14, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.7
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Gillray, James
The Monster going to take his Afternoons Luncheon, plate 15 / Swearing to the Cutting Monster, plate 16, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.8
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Gillray, James
Lubber's Hole, alias The Crack'd Jordan, plate 17 / Patience on a Monument, plate 18, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.9
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Gillray, James
The Devil to Pay; The Wife Metamorphos'd, plate 19 / Fashionable Contrasts, plate 20, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.10
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Gillray, James
The coming on of the Monsoons, plate 21 / Taking Physick, plate 22, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.11
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Gillray, James
Wha Wants Me?, plate 23 / Going to London: through "Epping Forest.", plate 24, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.12
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Gillray, James
National Conveniences, plate 25 / Brisk Cathartic, plate 26, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.13
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Gillray, James
Nature Display'd, plate 27 / Ladies Dress, as it soon will be, plate 28, from the book "The Works of James Gillray, from the Original Plates"
18th century
1980.7.b.14
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