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 Decade: 1920-1929
[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: A building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The building was also formerly called the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: Detailed view of stonework and windows above the front doors of a multistory building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The address, "35 East Wacker Drive" is engraved in the stone above the doors, at the bottom of this image. The building was also formerly known as the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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Abstract Composition

Abstract Composition

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Date: 1927
Creator: Leck, Bart Antony van der
Description: None
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Acute Calm Pink

Acute Calm Pink

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Date: 1924
Creator: Wassily Kandinsky
Description: Painting entitled Acute Calm Pink.
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Acute Calm Pink

Acute Calm Pink

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Date: 1924
Creator: KANDINSKY, Wassily
Description: forms, brushwork
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Afternoon Dress

Afternoon Dress

Date: 1920/1925
Creator: unknown
Description: Afternoon dress of dark green silk satin, crepe and chiffon. The tunic-style dress of dark green silk satin is street-length, with a drop waist. It has a slight standing collar at back which extends out in front to become long ties with a backing of dark maroon. Below the bow formed by the ties is V-shaped neckline. The full-length sleeves are dark green silk satin from shoulders to elbows and are translucent green crepe from elbows to cuffs. The main part of the gauze sections are embroidered with floral motifs in red, pink, and green/gold. The sleeves have two snaps at each cuff, which are trimmed with bands of pink crepe, maroon crepe, and dark green satin. On the front of the skirt are three wide, slightly overlapping tiers of fabric, split at center front, which start below the hips and end slightly above the hem. The dress is unlined, and there are no tags or labels.
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Around the Fish

Around the Fish

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Date: 1926
Creator: Klee, Paul
Description: None
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Artists of 'Die Brcke'

Artists of 'Die Brcke'

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Date: 1925/1926
Creator: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Description: Painting depicting Artists of 'Die Brcke:' Heckel, Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff (left to right) and Otto Mller.
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Artists of 'Die Brücke:' Heckel, Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff (left to right) and Otto Müller

Artists of 'Die Brücke:' Heckel, Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff (left to right) and Otto Müller

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Date: 1925/1926
Creator: KIRCHNER, Ernst Ludwig
Description: None
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At the Samovar

At the Samovar

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Date: 1926
Creator: Petrov-Vodkin, Kuz'ma
Description: The woman faces the viewer and is in front of a large samovar situated in front of the man seated at the table on which are also a pitcher, coffee cup and saucer, and a glass with a spoon in it. The table is covered with a blue tablecloth.
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