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Madame Picasso

Madame Picasso

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Date: 1923~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: Painting of a seated woman with head turned three-quarters view in a red-brown chair. She is wearing a blue-gray coat with a red-brown fur trimmed collar.
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Minotauromachy

Minotauromachy

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Date: 1935
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: None
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Seated Bather

Seated Bather

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Date: 1930~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: Painting of a seated nude female. Blue and grayish-blue background. Cubist style rendering.
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She Goat

She Goat

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Date: 1950~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: None
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Three Musicians

Three Musicians

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Date: 1921~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: Painting of cubist style rendering with three male subjects (musicians). The subject further-est to the left: playing a flute instrument, middle subject: a guitar and far right subject: reading sheet music and/or conducting the performance.
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The Tragedy

The Tragedy

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Date: 1903~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: Painting of three subjects (woman, man and small child) standing on land beside the ocean. Variations of blue are used throughout in combination with black and beige hues. This piece was produced during Picasso's "Blue Period".
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Two Youths

Two Youths

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Date: 1905~
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: Painting of two male subjects rendered in light and darker flesh tones. The subject of the left is sitting on a large block and the other subject is standing. Two vases on a structure in the background.
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Woman in an Armchair

Woman in an Armchair

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Date: 1941
Creator: Picasso, Pablo
Description: None
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Boy Leading a Horse

Boy Leading a Horse

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Date: 1905/1906
Creator: Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973
Description: This painting depicts a nude young boy leading a gray horse in a barren landscape.
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Milo of Cortona Devoured by a Lion

Milo of Cortona Devoured by a Lion

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Date: 1682
Creator: Pierre Puget
Description: Total front center of the sculpture of Milo of Cortona Devoured by a Lion, from the Baroque Period.
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Battle Between Carnival and Lent

Battle Between Carnival and Lent

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Date: 1559
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: Center detail of painting depicting battle between Carnival and Lent.
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Battle Between Carnival and Lent

Battle Between Carnival and Lent

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Date: 1559
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: Painting of the battle between Carnival and Lent.
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Children's Games

Children's Games

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Date: 1560
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: View of upper left of painting depicting children's games.
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Children's Games

Children's Games

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Date: 1560
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: Full view of painting depicting children's games.
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Children's Games

Children's Games

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Date: 1560
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: View of upper right of painting depicting children's games.
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The Peasant Dance

The Peasant Dance

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Date: 1568
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Description: Painting depicting the peasant dance.
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Couples in the Castle Park

Couples in the Castle Park

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Date: 1632/1635
Creator: Pieter Paul Rubens
Description: Painting depicting couples in the Castle Park.
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Cape

Cape

Date: 1939
Creator: Pietro
Description: Cape of purple silk velvet; Full length; Silk lining. Copy of Charles James tulip cape.
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Coat Dress

Coat Dress

Date: 1969
Creator: Pietro
Description: Coat dress of white on pink brocade. Knee length, with short sleeves and notched collar. Double breasted, with 10 pink plastic buttons studded with rhinestones and 5 bound buttonholes. Side slit pockets. Lined in pink synthetic. Combined designer/retailer label at center back neckline: "Neiman-Marcus / Pietro" Union label at right side seam under arm.
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Trench Coat

Trench Coat

Date: Autumn 1954
Creator: Pietro
Description: Trench coat of brown and white tweed wool. Street length, double breasted, with bracelet-length sleeves with wide turned-back cuffs. Secured at front with four large brown faux-tortoiseshell buttons in two pairs, and a fifth inner upper left collar point to secure label/placket. Slit pockets at hips. Lined in brown silk(?) Combined Designer's / Retailer's label at center back inside collar: "Pietro / Neiman-Marcus" [on same line, Pietro in tall thin letters at center, Neiman-Marcus in shorter thick letters extending across. Fabric maker's label at inside right side "Anglo Fabrics / 100%Wool" embroidered "over" a coat of arms design in damask with legend reading "Webster Dudley / Quality and Style". With accompanying belt covered in matching wool tweed, with rectangular buckle covered in same fabric. Backed in dark brown leather. Stamped on reverse: "10"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1975/1980
Creator: Pietro Last
Description: Pair of pumps of pale gray/green satin. Plain uppers with applied oval panel of multicolored floral brocade simulating embroidery at vamp, within a metal twist/rope frame, as a decorative buckle. Low modified Louis heel covered in same fabric. Brand stamp: "Pietro / Last" Retailer's label: "Neiman Marcus" Handwritten inside: "7B 4872 / 699320A"
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1986
Creator: Pietro Last
Description: Dress shoe of mint green satin. 2" heel. 'King Louis' style pumps. Pointed toe. Ornament on vamp with embroidery of a pink rose and green foliage on yellow background. Markings: Left- "Pietro / Last / Neiman Marcus" Right- "Neiman Marcus"
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1986
Creator: Pietro Last
Description: Dress shoe of yellow satin. 2" heel. 'King Louis' style pumps. Pointed toe. Ornament on vamp with embroidery of a pink rose and green foliage on yellow background. Markings: Left- "Pietro / Last / Neiman Marcus" Right- "Neiman Marcus"
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General William Smallwood

General William Smallwood

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Date: 1785-1788
Creator: Pine, Robert Edge
Description: None
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