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 Decade: 1910-1919
The Poet

The Poet

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Date: 1912
Creator: PICASSO, Pablo
Description: None
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The Poisoned Well

The Poisoned Well

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Date: 1914
Creator: Malczewski, Jacek
Description: A woman dressed in a transparent white dress leans on a well.
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The Poisoned Well

The Poisoned Well

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Date: 1914
Creator: Malczewski, Jacek
Description: The woman's face is the subject of this painting detail.
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Portrait of Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) on the Neva Embankment

Portrait of Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) on the Neva Embankment

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Date: 1915
Creator: Kustodiyev, Boris
Description: The portrait of the man shows him in a hat and a large overcoat to the hips. He fills the foreground of the picture but other people milling about are seen in the background.
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Portrait of E.D.

Portrait of E.D.

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Date: 1913
Creator: Villon, Jacques
Description: None
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Portrait of Joan Salvat-Papasseit (1894-1924)

Portrait of Joan Salvat-Papasseit (1894-1924)

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Date: 1918
Creator: Barradas, Rafael
Description: The portrait consists of large, flat planes of varying values juxtaposed to create the shape of the head. Individualistic facials details have been excluded and the planes of the face blend with the planes of the surrounding space.
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The Procession, Seville

The Procession, Seville

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Date: 1912
Creator: Picabia, Francis
Description: None
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Protection

Protection

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Date: 1912/1934
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The detail view of the outdoor sculpture shows the woman and child up close. The younger figure appears to be holding an apple or some sort of fruit. Both figures eyes appear to be closed. The younger male figure is nude and rests his head on his right shoulder.
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Protection

Protection

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Date: 1912/1934
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The rear view of the bronze sculpture depicts the back side of a seated person with outstretched arms holding a draped fabric or piece of clothing. The woman's hair is braided and wrapped around her head.
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Protection

Protection

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Date: 1912/1934
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The detail view of the sculpture shows the figures' faces and torsos.
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Protection

Protection

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Date: 1912/1934
Creator: Jónsson, Einar
Description: The garden sculpture depicts a seated woman and a young child on her lap. The woman's arms are outstretched and appear to hold a garment or protective robe.
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Proun 1 D

Proun 1 D

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Date: 1919
Creator: LISSITZKY, El
Description: None
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1915
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of woman's white kid pumps. Designed as modified Oxford style shoes with slightly pointed toes, the white kid uppers are decorated with rows of circular holes along toe-cap, sides of vamp, sides of shoe, and heel. The shoes lace up at center front along instep, 3 holes high. The medium-high heels are curved around sides and back, covered with same leather. Front of heel cut straight across, covered with light tan leather. Stamped inside shoe: "Brooklyn Hand Turns / 'Aristocrat' / 51 - Last". Embroidered label inside shoe: "Paul's / Aristocrats / Hand Made / Turn-Sole".
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1919
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of pumps of black leather. The shoes are designed with pointed toe and plain leather upper. The 2" heel is of modified Louis style, covered with black leather and flaring at base. Retailer label: "Sanger Brothers / Dallas - Waco"
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Purse

Purse

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Purse. Ornate bell-shaped silver (plated?) frame with openwork latticework set with red and blue cabochons and with silver (plated?) chain. Body of purse is of crocheted gray with vertical stripes of horizontal rows of faceted blue beads. Bottom of bag with fringe formed of loops of matching beading. Lined in gray satin with roses and vine trim.
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Purse

Purse

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag of bronze, brass and aqua metal beads in floral pattern. Rectangular shape, Art Nouveau silver frame with white and green enamel with red, blue, and light green cabochons. Filigree snap closure has large, circular green cabochon. Fringe of self with ends finished in clusters of 3 brass beads. Double chain handle can be worn as single to extend handle longer.
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Purse

Purse

Date: 1910/1915
Creator: unknown
Description: Purse / Handbag for afternoon use. Rectangular plain polished gunmetal / steel frame with ball/snap closure and matching chain of elongated links. Body of purse formed of gunmetal / steel mesh, with linked chain latticework along bottom edge, terminating in small spheres. Purse of gunmetal mesh, suitable for afternoon use. Inside of frame is engraved "Bessie H. Brown" and "Dallas Texas 4205 Swiss Avenue"
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Purse

Purse

Date: 1910/1919
Creator: Whiting & Davis Co.
Description: Silver mesh purse with cathedral arch frame etched with scroll filigree. Ball and socket clasp. Ball finials at each corner of tri-corner bottom. Mesh band handle with slide adjustment stamped with a four petal flower. Interior of frame stamped: "Mesh / Whiting & Davis / Bags" and "Sterling"
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Rayonism: Blue-Green Forest

Rayonism: Blue-Green Forest

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Date: 1911
Creator: Goncharova, Natalia
Description: None
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Rayonist Composition: Domination of Reds

Rayonist Composition: Domination of Reds

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Date: 1911/1913
Creator: Larionov, Mikhail
Description: None
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Reclining Figure

Reclining Figure

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Date: 1913
Creator: Archipenko, Alexander
Description: None
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Reclining Nude with Cat

Reclining Nude with Cat

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Date: 1910~
Creator: Pechstein, Max
Description: None
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Red and Blue Disks

Red and Blue Disks

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Date: 1911
Creator: Kupka, Franti?ek
Description: None
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The Red Studio

The Red Studio

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Date: 1911
Creator: Matisse, Henri
Description: This painting has a main background of red with numerous paintings of various sizes both hanging on the wall and sitting on the floor, leaning against the wall of the studio. On the right side of the painting, two sculptures sit on stools. In the left foreground of the painting is a table with a ceramic plate, a glass, a glass container with a vine, and a set of drawing tools.
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