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Bird with Seeds (Possessions)
Morris Graves
1943
2012.15.9
Firescreen: Cocks and Crows
William Hunt Diederich
ca. 1930
33.1883
Window: Peonies in the Wind
John La Farge
possibly 1889/reworked by 1908
87.143
Maria of Cochiti
Allan Clark
1929
33.882
Ships at Palma
John Singer Sargent
probably 1908
2005.164
Hemlock Pool (Autumn)
John Twachtman
ca. 1894
2005.166
Amor Caritas
Augustus Saint-Gaudens
modeled 1898; cast probably 1898
2006.4
Portrait of Mrs. Edgar Ames
Mark Tobey
1924
67.24
Indian Warrior
Alexander Phimister Proctor
modeled 1898; cast 1900-1909
2015.24
Narragansett Bay
John Frederick Kensett
1861
2001.1054
Bird in the Night
Morris Graves
1943
2005.169
Greyhounds Playing
William Hunt Diederich
ca. 1916
33.620
Roses
John La Farge
ca. 1880
2005.159
Electric Night
Mark Tobey
1944
44.78
E Pluribus Unum
Mark Tobey
1942
43.33
Street Corner
Abe Blashko
1939
40.63
Painting Number 49, Berlin
Marsden Hartley
1914-15
2001.1067
Northwest Salmon Fishermen
Rudolph Franz Zallinger
1941
43.34
Self-portrait
Morris Graves
1933
85.268
On the Canal
Theodore Robinson
1893
2005.161
Smoky Sunrise, Astoria Harbor
Cleveland Rockwell
1882
89.70
Moving Moments
Mark Tobey
1970
2009.52.78
Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast
Albert Bierstadt
1870
2000.70
The Cornish Hills
Willard Metcalf
1911
2005.160
Dr. Silvester Gardiner (1708-1786)
John Singleton Copley
probably 1772
2006.125
Parnassus
Mark Tobey
1963
74.41
Signs and Messengers
Mark Tobey
1967
67.119
Shang Ku Libation Cup
Morris Graves
1947
48.46
Two Figures
Emilio Amero
1946-47
47.135
Spring with Machine Age Noise No. 3
Morris Graves
1957
2005.172
Portrait of Alexander J. Cassatt
Mary Cassatt
1888
88.154
White Night
Mark Tobey
1942
62.78
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