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Fission
Painting of black and white contrasted polka-dots that appear to vibrate and form three-dimensional depression at the center of the piece. In this and other early works, Riley "wanted the space between the picture plane and the spectator to be active." She later explored color contrast.
Pullet
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Inner Core 2
This painting is a series of narrow, closely spaced, horizontal and vertical stripes.
Compact Object
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Mother and Child
Painting of blue, green, peach and black oil paint which depicts a female figure who appears to be holding a small child above her.
Christus
Mixed Media Painting of charcoal, watercolor, gouache, ink and oil slick on paper. Black erratic mark making throughout the plane.
Number 22: Another of the social causes of the migrants' leaving was that at times they did not feel safe, or it was not the best thing to be found on the streets late at night...
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Kitty Hawk
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Number 28: The labor agent who had been sent south by northern industry was a very familiar person in the Negro counties.
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Number 30: In every home people who had not gone North met and tried to decide if they should go North or not.
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Number 32: The railroad stations in the South were crowded with people leaving for the North.
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Number 36: In Chicago and other cities they labored in the steel mills
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Number 44: Living conditions in the North were better.
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Number 50: Race riots were very numerous all over the North because of the antagonism that was caused between the Negro and white workers.
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Number 54: One of the main forms of social and recreational activities in which migrants indulged occured in the church.
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Number 56: Among the last groups to leave the South was the Negro professional who was forced to follow his clientele to make a living.
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Joan Miró and His Daughter Dolores
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The Riot
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The Seine
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Over Vitebsk
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Chartres Cathedral, Plan
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The Seer
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Viaduct
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Portrait of a Merchant
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Joë Bosquet in Bed
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The False Mirror
This surrealistic painting is a close-up view of an eye with the iris composed of a blue sky and clouds.
Woman with Water Pails: Dynamic Arrangement
This painting is composed of abstract and geometric shapes in hues of orange, yellow, red, blue, green and gray.
Exit the Ballets Russes
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The Red Studio
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.
Dutch Interior I
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Dying Slave
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Reclining Figure
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Synchromy
The abstract oil painting includes hues of red, blue, yellow, orange, brown, green and black.
Still Life
The painting is a still life of various bottles, vases, and containers in hues of blue, red, and brown with white.
Allies Day, May 1917
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Green Leaves
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A Lady Writing
Portrait of a young lady seated in a chair at a table, visible from the waist up. She is wearing a yellow jacket with spotted fur trim and decorative headdress. There is a wooden box on the table and the woman is writing in a book.
Dome of the Rock
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Rouen Cathedral
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Greed's Trophy
Sculpture of rust colored thin steel and wire domed grid with a small solid shapes at the bottom of the piece.
Washington Crossing the Delaware
Drawing of dark gray, blue-gray, gold and white oil graphite on on line. Various gestural figures depicted throughout piece. Several figures are appear to be on horseback while other are standing in water. The scene is a loose rendering of the President George Washington Crossing the Delaware.
Butterflies
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Double Portrait of Frank O'Hara
Painting of dark and light brown, blue-gray and peach oil painting. Loose gestural double-portrait of a male figure (i.e. Frank O' Hara). The left figure is quarter view while the figure on the right is full-frontal.
Empress of India
Painting of burgundy, burnt sienna and brown irregular joined triangle shapes with parallel white lines across.
I See Again in Memory my Dear Udnie
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Armored Train in Action,
Cubist style painting of green, yellow, blue and white schema. Various abstract shapes layered upon another.
Pair of Stone Chairs
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Bauhaus Stairway
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.
Walking Man
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First Theme,
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