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Abe Lincoln the Great Emancipator
Painting of five male subjects in warm and cool hues of burnt-orange, dark blue, gray and black. Abraham Lincoln is depicted wearing his signature black top hat and black knee-length overcoat. The subject to the left of Abraham Lincoln appears to be in decorated military attire. The two subjects on the far right are also in military attire.
The Balcony
Painting of a man and a woman seated on a balcony overlooking the sea.
The Beautiful Bird Revealing the Unknown to a Pair of Lovers,
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Beech Trunks
Tree trunks begin at the front left edge of the composition and move at an angle to the right side. The trunks in the foreground are blue and the ones in the background are white. A small leafless sapling is also in the foreground.
Billiard Table
A still life painting of a billiard table.
Billiard Table No.1
A still life painting of a billiard table and a potted plant.
Black Fish
A still life of two fish and other foods on a table.
Circus, from ''Jazz''
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The City Square
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City Square
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The Cock
The cock is seen from a back view with scroll-like trellises seen to the right and left of the cock. There is a grouping of pink flowers to the left of the cock. The painting is in hues of red, yellow, blue, pink, and purple.
Collage 256
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Cottonwood III
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Crucifix
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Demonstration
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Dive Bomber and Tank
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The Divers II
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Family Group
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Figure in Rain
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First Theme,
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Garden at Sochi,
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Girl with Leaves
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Hanging Mobile: Snow Flurry I
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Head of a Woman: Dora Maar
Moderne, Total from front right
Head of the Monserrat II
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The High Sign
A linear figure raises her hands. A blue circle in the upper right corner is silhouetted against the white background. The flat figure stands on red ground and an extra large hand is in the upper left portion of the painting.
Horse and Rider
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Ile de la Cite: View of Notre Dame
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Ile de la Cite: View of Notre Dame
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Inspection of the Streets
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Interior with Etruscan Vase
Painting depicting interior with Etruscan vase.
Interior with Etruscan Vase
detail with woman
Joë Bosquet in Bed
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Landscape with Wild Horses
A landscape painting with trees, a river, and wild horses.
The Leaf of the Artichoke is an Owl
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Liquor Store Window
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Little Spanish Prison
This oil painting has twelve vertical stripes in alternating hues of yellow and grey with one red horizontal stripe crossing three horizontal stripes on the upper left area of the painting.
Man Pointing
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Men at War
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Movement: Sky and Grey Sea
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Musical Squash
The painting is an abstract of a cut open acorn squash in hues of green and gold against a brown background with a black, musical staff and two clef symbols in the upper right of the canvas. The lower right has abstract shapes in red, green, blue, and brown.
Nelikon
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The New Rich
Painting of red, yellow, blue, green, white and gray featuring ten figures performing various tasks such as cooking.
Number 02: The World War had caused a great shortage in Northern industry and also citizens of foreign countries were returning home.
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Number 04: The Negro was the largest source of labor to be found after all others had been exhausted.
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Number 06: And the migrants kept coming.
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Number 08: They did not always leave because they were promised work in the North. Many of them left because of Southern conditions, one of them being great floods that ruined the crops.
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Number 10: They were very poor.
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Number 12: The railroad stations were at times so overpacked with people leaving that special guards had to be called to keep order.
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Number 14: Among the social conditions that existed which was partly the cause of the migration was the injustice done to the Negroes in the courts.
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