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Sabbath

Description: View of the figures, table, and lamp of painting entitled Sabbath.
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Date: 1910
Creator: Marc Chagall

Shoes

Description: Pair of modified Oxford-style shoes of brown leather. Lace-up at front, with six holes per side, with brown laces. Stitched detail on vamp and sides. Low 1" stacked heel, modified Louis or cuban style. Maker's label stamped inside: "Pace & Levy / Terrell, Tex" Illegible marks written inside shoes.
Date: 1910?

Shoes

Description: Pair of lady's shoes of black silk. The shoes, designed as modified D'Orsay pumps with pointed toes, are of black silk with cut-away areas at sides. Toe-box with opening at vamp and "T"-strap extending from vamp to connect with strap across instep that extends from heel area. Instep strap secures on outer side of shoe with circular button. Tear-drop shaped cut-outs on either side near heel. Lined in black silk. Medium high heels styled as a modified boulevard or Louis heel, with rounded sides and back, flaring to base, and with very slightly curved front section. Heels covered with matching black silk on sides and back. Sole of tan leather. There are no marks or labels on the shoes.
Date: 1910/1920

Sunbonnet

Description: Sunbonnet of blue cotton with white lace trim. The brim is slightly square-shaped and heavily starched. The top of the crown is stitched to the brim in a flat seam, with fullness created in the lower crown through a set of 3 snaps on each side which fasten the crown to the brim, giving the lower crown a crenelated shape. The bonnet has no tail, and has self-fabric chin ties of blue ribbon. The left tie is formed from two pieces of fabric pieced together, while the right tie is of a single length of fabric. The ties are narrow hemmed, except for one side of a lower section of left tie, which is cut along the selvage and left unfinished. There are no labels or marks in the piece. The fact that this bonnet does not have a tail probably indicates that this was a visiting bonnet rather than a field bonnet. The TFC thanks Rebecca Jumper Matheson for her research on this object.
Date: 1910

[Vase]

Description: The vase is blue with the shoulder area decorated with yellow flowers and loosely drawn vertical stripes.
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Date: 1910~
Creator: Paul Revere Pottery Company

Wedding Slippers

Description: Wedding slippers of ivory silk. Shoes have somewhat pointed toes, and ivory silk rosette at top of vamp. 2" high heels, tapering slightly to base, rounded at sides and back, curved at front. Retailer's stamp inside: "Titche Goettinger Co. / Dallas Texas" Partly illegible handwritten numbers inside shoe.
Date: 1910

Boys Bathing

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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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max

Boys Bathing

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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Date: 1911
Creator: Slevogt, Max

Caixa Forum Barcelona

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

Description: The vertical painting is monochromatic and the abstracted figure is centered on the canvas. The figure is broken into small planes and many small brushstrokes are visible in the shading and rendering.
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Date: 1911/1912
Creator: Braque, Georges