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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1910-1919
Boots

Boots

Date: 1919
Creator: Wichert
Description: Pair of lady's boots of black leather. The "high button shoes" are designed with pointed toes, slightly rounded at tips. The boots lace up along the front with 18 holes. Lined at with black fabric. Modified Louis or boulevard heels, rounded at sides and back, flaring to base, and curved at front. Black leather soles. Embroidered logo inside: "[Part lion/part fish symbol] / Wichert / New York"
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Bottle, Glass, and Fork

Bottle, Glass, and Fork

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Date: 1912
Creator: Pablo Picasso
Description: Painting entitled Bottle, Glass, and Fork.
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Boys Bathing

Boys Bathing

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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: This detail of the painting shows one of the boys in the water, some plants at the edge of the water and boys on sideline.
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Boys Bathing

Boys Bathing

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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The painting depicts boys in a small body of water as well as boys on the sideline. The brushstrokes are loose and light in tone.
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Boy's Suit (Jacket and Pants)

Boy's Suit (Jacket and Pants)

Date: 1910~
Creator: unknown
Description: Boy's suit of olive green wool tweed with gold flecks and small blue and white vertical stripes. A) Jacket. Triangular, placket front is bordered with black twill tape and has a vertical, center insert of red wool bordered with black braid. Four gilded brass buttons on each side of placket with right side closure having tailored buttonholes. 1-1/2" belt of self attaches at bottom button. Long, set-in sleeves are trimmed with two, smaller, nonfunctional matching buttons. Turn down collar closes with 2 hook & eyes. Bow tie of black silk faille. Horizontal, double welt pockets at side. Body of jacket is lined with black polished cotton and sleeves are lined in cotton fabric in stripes of light gray with thin green stripes. B) Short pants of matching tweed. Closes with a single brown button on each side of waist above pockets. Single slit pocket on the back at right. Sides of legs trimmed with 3 matching, nonfunctional buttons. Interior cotton satin waistband has 8 vertical buttonholes and is stamped: "Aletor(?) Waist Band / Patented / June 29, 1896 / 3 / Brooklyn, N. Y." Front lined in brown polished cotton.
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Breakfast

Breakfast

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Date: 1914
Creator: Gris, Juan
Description: None
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Bride and Groom

Bride and Groom

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Date: 1915 - 1916
Creator: Modigliani, Amedeo
Description: The painting shows the frontal view of a black-haired female as the bride on the left side of the canvas and a male face with a moustache and upper torso dressed in a tuxedo, as the groom on the right side.
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Butterflies

Butterflies

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Date: 1914
Creator: Redon, Odilon
Description: None
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Butterflies

Butterflies

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Date: 1910
Creator: Redon, Odilon
Description: Oil painting of butterflies above flowers, rocks, and water, against a blue sky.
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Caixa Forum Barcelona

Caixa Forum Barcelona

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Date: 1911/2002
Creator: Isozaki, Arata & Puig y Cadafalch, José
Description: Caixa Forum is the former Casarramona textile factory. The canopy sheltering the main entrance was designed by Arata Isozaki.
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