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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

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Date: 1931/1940
Creator: Hood, Raymond M. & Harrison, Wallace Kirkman
Description: The view is of a door with ten incised images, five on each side, depicting various industries and above the door an elaborate relief carving.
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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

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Date: 1931/1940
Creator: Hood, Raymond M.; Harrison, Wallace Kirkman & Lawrie, Lee Oskar
Description: The depiction is of one of the entryways and its plaza with a large sculpture of a standing figure, Atlas, holding several orbs on a common pivotal point.
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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

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Date: 1931/1940
Creator: Hood, Raymond M. & Harrison, Wallace Kirkman
Description: A facade is depicted with the plaza and the panels of Art Deco designs above an entryway.
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Rockefeller Center, Wall Relief, Dancers

Rockefeller Center, Wall Relief, Dancers

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Date: 1931/1940
Creator: Hood, Raymond M. & Harrison, Wallace Kirkman
Description: The wall relief depicts dancers and a guiding force or choreographer.
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Self Portrait

Self Portrait

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Date: 1931
Creator: DIX, Otto
Description: None
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Sleep

Sleep

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Date: 1931/1941
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The rear view of the sculpture shows the back of the seated nude man. His hands appear to be wrapped around his neck. The figure sits on a pedestal.
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Sleep

Sleep

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Date: 1931/1941
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The outdoor sculpture depicts two figures very different in scale. A seated male wraps his arms around his legs while a smaller figure stands in front with one outstretched arm holding the knee of the seated figure.
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Ball Players on the Shore

Ball Players on the Shore

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Date: 1932
Creator: PICASSO, Pablo
Description: None
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Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco

Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco

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Date: 1932~
Creator: Shahn, Ben
Description: Painting of black, peach, white and red color schema. Two male figures both dressed in black suits sit side by side handcuffed to one another.
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Bauhaus Stairway

Bauhaus Stairway

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Date: 1932~
Creator: Schlemmer, Oskar
Description: Bauhaus Stairway depicts the Bauhaus, a school founded in 1919 by architect Walter Gropius, famous for its visionary integration of technology, art, and design. Although Schlemmer made this painting three years after he left his teaching position at the Bauhaus, the works gridded structure, streamlined modular bodies and predominant palette of primary colors capture the schools vibrant design spirit. The carefully choreographed arrangement of the figures and the man en pointe at the top of the stairs reflects Schlemmers role as the creator of many important dance and theatrical productions at the Bauhaus. Schlemmer painted this work as Hitler assumed power, shortly before the Nazis closed the Bauhaus for good. He was among many artists persecuted by the Nazis, whose work they deemed "degenerate" and often destroyed.
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