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Studio Arts vocab

  1. 1. Gradational: a smooth transition between black and white, one colour and another, or colour and the lack of it.BrassaïStaircase, Montmartre, Paris1935-36gelatin-silver print
  2. 2. delineated edges:object or imagewith the outlines shownMan RayFingers1930gelatin-silver print11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in.
  3. 3. colour scheme: The colours an artist uses and the way they are combined in an artworkPiet MondrianComposition A1920oil on canvas36 x 36 1/4 in.
  4. 4. Kurt KranzEye Series Crop/cropping/cropped : To trim one or more1930-31 of a picture’s edges, or to place one or more of16 Gelatin-silver prints mounted on board the edges of an image so that only part of a13 7/8 x 19 3/4 in. overall subject can be seen within the image.
  5. 5. The use of text... Text can be used explicitly or conceptually to enhance your image, or give it another dimension or messageBarbara KrugerUntitled1981
  6. 6. André KertészDistortion No. 40 Distorted /contorted: twist and manipulate out of shape1933gelatin-silver print
  7. 7. geometric shapesdescribing shapesand forms suchas squares,circles, cubes,and spheres.Ellsworth KellyRed Blue Green1963oil on canvas83 5/8 x 135 7/8 in.
  8. 8. Carefully arranged composition Composition : The plan, placement or arrangement of the elements of art in a work, usually according to the principles of design.Piet MondrianBroadway Boogie Woogie1943oil on canvas50 x 50 in.
  9. 9. Hue : The name of any colour as found in its pure state in the spectrum, or that aspect of any colour.Jean-Michel BasquiatHollywood Africans1983synthetic polymer and mixed media on canvas84 x 84 in.
  10. 10. There is a sense ofbalance in the image,created by…James RosenquistI Love You with My Ford1961oil on canvas6 ft. 10 3/4 in. x 7 ft. 9 1/2 in.
  11. 11. flat blocks of colourRoy LichtensteinWhaam!1963oil and magna on canvas5 ft. 8 in. x 13 ft. 4 in.
  12. 12. Robert SmithsonSpiral Jetty (Great Salt Lake, Utah) carefully arranged1970black basalt and limestone rocks and earth1,500 ft.
  13. 13. alludes to: To refer to something indirectly or by suggestionRoy LichtensteinLittle Big Painting1965oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas68 x 80 in.
  14. 14. Construction : A term referring to a sculpture made by joining together various components of various materials or of the same substance.El LissitskyProuenraum (Proun Room)1923wood, metal, paint
  15. 15. Vivid: Intensity of colour; having the highest saturation; "vivid green"; "intense blue"Laurie SimmonsPink Bathroom1984Cibachrome print20 x 16 in.
  16. 16. Elongated: extensive in length; stretchedAlberto GiacomettiMan Pointing1947bronze70 1/2 in. high
  17. 17. Tactile: A texture you can feel with your handsAlberto GiacomettiFigure from Venice II1956painted bronze47 1/2 in. high
  18. 18. Monumentality: an artwork or object which is larger than life, an exaggerated form ... this can give everyday objects a status they do not enjoy in realityClaes OldenburgClothes PinPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania1976Cor-ten steel45 ft. x 12 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
  19. 19. Collaboration : Two or more artists working together in a joint effort to produce an artwork or artworks.Man Ray, Yves Tanguy, Joan Miró, Max MoriseExquisite Corpse1928ink on paper
  20. 20. The artist has … to imbue the image with... Francis Bacon Study After Valasquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X 1953 oil on canvas
  21. 21. tactileRobert DoisneauHell1948gelatin-silver print
  22. 22. … is dominated by…Robert DoisneauHell1948gelatin-silver print
  23. 23. Morris LouisSaraband contemplative1959acrylic on unprimed canvas257 x 378 cm
  24. 24. directional linesHenry MooreTube Shelter Perspective1941chalk, pen and watercolor8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in.
  25. 25. reductive / stylisedHenry MooreKing and Queen1952bronze
  26. 26. punctured surfaceLucio FontanaSpatial Concept: The End of God1963oil on canvas70 x 48 1/2 in.
  27. 27. intensityAlberto GiacomettiAnnette1961oil on canvas21 5/8 x 18 1/8 in.
  28. 28. delineated edgesHenri Cartier-BressonSeville1933gelatin-silver print
  29. 29. delineated edges:object or imagewith the outlines shownRoy LichtensteinHopeless1963oil on canvas3 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 8 in.
  30. 30. sequence:arrangement in whichthings follow in logicalorder or a recurrent patternEadweard MuybridgeWalking and Throwing a Handkerchief1884-85gelatin-silver print
  31. 31. Non-objective Art / Non- representational Art : Art works having no recognisable subject matter such as houses, trees or people.Kenneth NolandMagus1967acrylic on canvas225 x 686 cm
  32. 32. tonal contrastHenri Cartier-BressonBehind the Gare Saint-Lazare1932gelatin-silver print
  33. 33. Organic / organic shapes - A word describing shapes and forms similar to those in nature and the opposite of geometric.Yves KleinAnthropometry1960
  34. 34. Deep shadowsGiorgio De ChiricoThe Melancholy and Mysteryof a Street1914oil on canvas34 1/4 x 28 1/4 in.
  35. 35. Exaggerated form Form : Form refers to an element of art that is three- dimensional (height, width and depth) and encloses volume.Claes OldenburgFloor Cake1962synthetic polymer paint and latex on canvas filled withfoam rubber and cardboard boxes58 3/8 in. x 9 ft. 6 1/4 in. x 58 3/8 in.
  36. 36. mutedAntoni TàpiesOchre Relief with Rose1965mixed media on plywood5 ft. 3 1/8 x 3 ft. 8 1/2 in.
  37. 37. A palette of… is employed to…David HockneyIan Washing His Hair1983collage of chromogenic-developmentprints30 x 33 in.
  38. 38. Mark Tansey Monochrome/Monochromatic : A painting,A Short History of Modernist Painting drawing or print in one colour, including that colour’s shades and tints.1982oil on canvasthree panels, each 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 4 in.
  39. 39. Carl Andre Earth Art / Documentation / Environmental sculptureStone Field Sculpture1977thirty-six glacial bouldersHartford, Connecticut
  40. 40. fragmentationDavid HockneyIan Washing His Hair1983collage of chromogenic-developmentprints30 x 33 in.
  41. 41. unsettling: puts the viewer in an uncomfortable spaceFrancis BaconThree Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixionc. 1944oil and pastel on hardboardeach panel 145 x 128 cm.
  42. 42. Highlights – Areas of direct light (or implied light) on an object.Francis BaconStudy from the Human Body1949oil on canvas57 7/8 x 51 1/2 in.
  43. 43. Asymmetry/ Asymmetrical :The parts of an image organisedso that one side differs from theother without destroying theoverall harmony in thecomposition.BalthusTherese1938oil on canvas
  44. 44. Converging linesAndy WarholAmbulance Disaster1963silkscreen inkand synthetic polymer paint on canvas9 ft.11 1/4 in. x 6 ft. 8 in.
  45. 45. Background : The part of a picture or scenethat appears to be farthest away from theviewer, usually nearest the horizon.Henri Cartier-BressonRue Mouffetard, Paris1954gelatin-silver print
  46. 46. The use of repetition produces the effect of...Richard PrinceUntitled(Three Women Looking in the SameDirection)19803 Ektacolor prints40 x 60 in. each
  47. 47. Warm colours- The family of colours that includes reds, yellows, and oranges.Karel AppelExploded Head1958oil on canvas
  48. 48. Foreground : The area of apicture or field of vision, oftenat the bottom, that appears tobe closest to the viewer.Robert DoisneauFrom the seriesThe Sideway Glance1949gelatin-silver print
  49. 49. meandering lineRoy LichtensteinDrowning Girl1963oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas67 5/8 x 66 3/4 in.
  50. 50. A theme that emerges...Richard HamiltonJust what is it that makes today’shomes so different, so appealing?1956collage on paper10 1/4 x 9 3/4 in.
  51. 51. BalthusThe Mountain Figurative : Describes artwork representing the1937oil on canvas form of a human, an animal or a thing.98 x 144 in.
  52. 52. The low vantage point...Cindy ShermanUntitled #351979gelatin-silver print10 x 8 in.
  53. 53. Karel AppelAngry Landscape1967 ...use of brilliant colours...oil on canvas51 1/4 x 76 3/4 in.
  54. 54. Words to include• Luminous• Linear Perspective : A system of drawing or painting in which the artist attempts to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface.
  55. 55. Barbara KrugerWe Won’t Play Natureto Your Culture1983gelatin-silver print73 x 49 in.
  56. 56. Barbara KrugerYou Rule By Pathetic Display1982gelatin-silver print73 x 49 in.
  57. 57. John BaldessariSome Rooms1986gelatin-silver prints and gouache96 1/2 x 109 1/2 in.
  58. 58. Christian BoltanskiLes Suisses morts(The Dead Swiss)1990mixed media installation
  59. 59. Mike and Doug StarnBlue Hands1987toned silver prints and tape64 x 76 in.
  60. 60. Andy WarholGrace Jones1984-869 gelatin-silver prints and thread40 x 33 in.
  61. 61. William WegmanFamily Combinations1972six gelatin silver printsedition of 10each 12 3/8 x 10 3/16 in.
  62. 62. Jean DubuffetGroup of Four Trees1972epoxy paint on polyurethane over metal structure38 x 40 x 34 ft.
  63. 63. Henri Cartier-BressonAlberto Giacometti1954gelatin-silver print
  64. 64. Robert DoisneauThe Accordianist1949gelatin-silver print
  65. 65. Robert DoisneauPicasso1952gelatin-silver print
  66. 66. Henry MooreReclining Figure1945bronze
  67. 67. Barbara HepworthGroup III1952marble9 in. high
  68. 68. Alberto BurriComposition1953oil, gold paint and glue on canvas and burlap34 x 39 3/8 in.
  69. 69. Lucio FontanaSpatial Concept1962watercolor on canvas9 x 13 3/4 in.
  70. 70. Yves KleinUntitled Blue Monochrome1960IKB pigment on canvas199 x 153 cm
  71. 71. Yves KleinAnthropometry1960pigment in synthetic resin on paper on canvas145 x 248 cm
  72. 72. ArmanLe Pleinat galerie Iris ClertOctober 1960
  73. 73. Eduardo PaolozziIt’s a Psychological FactPleasure Helps Your Disposition1948collage on paper14 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.
  74. 74. Jasper JohnsFlag1954-55encaustic, oil and collage on fabric mounted on plywood3 ft. 6 1/4 in. x 5 ft. 5/8 in.
  75. 75. Jasper JohnsThree Flags1958encaustic on canvas78.4 x 115.6 x 12.7 cm
  76. 76. Jasper JohnsPainted Bronze1960painted bronze5 1/2 x 8 x 4 3/4 in.
  77. 77. Robert RauschenbergBed1955oil and pencil on pillow, quilt, and sheet on wood6 ft. 3 1/4 in. x 31 1/2 in. x 8 in.
  78. 78. Robert RauschenbergEstate1963oil and silkscreen ink on canvas8 ft. x 70 in.
  79. 79. Andy WarholWater Heater1960synthetic polymer paint on canvas44 3/4 x 40 in.
  80. 80. Andy WarholTurquoise Marilyn1962silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas40 x 40 in.
  81. 81. Andy WarholMarilyns1965nine silkscreen prints on paper from a portfolio of ten36 x 36 in. each
  82. 82. Andy WarholMarilyn Diptych1962silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas6 ft. 10 in. x 6 ft. 9 ft..
  83. 83. Andy WarholDouble Elvis1963silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas7 x 7 ft.
  84. 84. Andy Warhol210 Coca-Cola Bottles1962silkscreen ink, synthetic polymer paintand pencil on linen6 ft. 10 1/2 x 8 ft. 9 in.
  85. 85. Andy WarholGreen Coca-Cola Bottles1962silkscreen ink, synthetic polymer paintand pencil on linen6 ft. 10 1/2 x 4 ft. 9 in.
  86. 86. Andy WarholBrillo Box1968silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on wood17 1/8 x 17 x 14 in.
  87. 87. Andy WarholWhite Burning Car III1963silkscreen inkand synthetic polymer paint on canvas8 ft.4 1/2 in. x 6 ft. 6 3/4 in.
  88. 88. Andy WarholLavender Disaster1963silkscreen ink andsynthetic polymer paint on canvas8 ft. 10 in. x 6 ft. 9 7/8 in.
  89. 89. Andy WarholEmpire196416mm film, silentshot at 24 fps, projected at 16 fps8 hours, 5 minutes
  90. 90. Andy WarholShadows1979silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas102 canvases, each 6 ft. 4 in. x 52 in.
  91. 91. James RosenquistPresident Elect1960-61oil on masonite63 3/4 x 51 1/8 in.
  92. 92. James RosenquistF-1111964-65oil on canvas and aluminum10 x 86 ft.
  93. 93. Roy LichtensteinGirl with Ball1961oil on canvas153.7 x 92.7 cm
  94. 94. Roy LichtensteinMirror #11969oil and magna on canvas63 x 48 in.
  95. 95. Tom WesselmannStill Life No. 121962mixed media and collage on board48 x 48 in.
  96. 96. Claes OldenburgPastry Case1961-62enamel paint on nine plaster sculptures in glassshowcase20 3/4 x 30 1/8 x 14 3/4 in.
  97. 97. Claes OldenburgInstallation at Greene Gallery1962
  98. 98. Claes OldenburgGiant Soft Fan1966-67construction of vinyl filled with foam rubber, wood,metal, and plastic tubing10 ft. x 58 7/8 in. x 61 7/8 in.
  99. 99. Claes OldenburgLipstick (Ascending)on Caterpillar TracksYale University, Beinecke PlazaNew Haven, Connecticut1969Cor-ten steel, aluminum,cast resin, polyurethane enamel23 ft. 6 in. x 24 ft. 11 in. x 10 ft. 11 in.
  100. 100. Claes Oldenburg andCoosje van BruggenSpoonbridge and CherryMinneapolis, Minnesota1985-88Aluminum, stainless steel and paint29 ft. 6 in. x 51 ft. 6 in. x 13 ft. 6 in.
  101. 101. Claes Oldenburg andCoosje van BruggenSpoonbridge and CherryMinneapolis, Minnesota1985-88Aluminum, stainless steel and paint29 ft. 6 in. x 51 ft. 6 in. x 13 ft. 6 in.
  102. 102. George SegalThe Diner1964-66plaster, wood, chrome, masonite and formica8 ft. 6 in. x 9 ft. x 7 ft. 3 in.
  103. 103. George SegalParking Garage1968installation
  104. 104. Helen FrankenthalerMountains and Sea1952oil on unprimed canvas7 ft. 2 7/8 in. x 9 ft. 9 1/4 in.
  105. 105. Helen FrankenthalerSun Shapes1963acrylic on unprimed canvas81 1/2 x 56 1/2 in.
  106. 106. Helen FrankenthalerBayside1967acrylic on unprimed canvas6 ft. 2 in x 6 ft. 9 in.
  107. 107. Morris LouisKaf1959-60acrylic on canvas8 ft. 4 in. x 12 ft.
  108. 108. Morris LouisMoving In1961acrylic on unprimed canvas7 ft. 3 1/2 in. x 41 1/2 in.
  109. 109. Frank StellaDie Fahne Hoch1959oil on canvas
  110. 110. Bridget RileyLoss1964oil on canvas
  111. 111. Bridget RileyCataract1967oil on canvas
  112. 112. Carl AndreLever1966137 firebricks4 1/2 in. x 8 7/8 in. x 29 ft. 5 in. overall
  113. 113. Donald JuddUntitled1966galvanized iron and blue lacquer on aluminum40 in. x 190 in. x 40 in. overall
  114. 114. Donald JuddStack1969laminated plastic and stainless steel
  115. 115. Robert MorrisInstallation at Green Gallery1964painted plywood
  116. 116. Dan FlavinUntitled1963green fluorescent light8 ft. high
  117. 117. Dan FlavinMonument for V Tatlin1968cool white fluorescent light8 ft. high
  118. 118. Dan FlavinUntitled1971yellow, blue and rose colored fluorescent lights290 x 240 cm
  119. 119. Tony SmithDie1971steel6 x 6 x 6 ft.
  120. 120. Richard SerraTitled Arc1981Cor-ten steel12 ft. x 120 ft. x 2 1/2 ft.
  121. 121. Richard SerraTitled Arc1981Cor-ten steel12 ft. x 120 ft. x 2 1/2 ft.
  122. 122. Sol LeWittSerial Project No. 1 (ABCD)1966-67baked enamel on aluminum51 x 39 x 399 cm
  123. 123. Sol LeWittWall Drawing #8111996acrylic paint on gallery wall
  124. 124. Douglas HueblerSite Sculpture Project—Air Marker Piece, The Contrails from Three Jet Airplanes (Flying Simultaneously) Will Mark the Spacebetween Vancouver, B.C. and St. Johns, Newfoundland, Portland Ore., and Halifax, N.S., Eureka, Calif., andNew York City. (All Planes Will Leave at the Same Time from the West Coast)1968felt tip pen and colored pencil on photocopy on paper8 1/2 x 11 in.
  125. 125. Lawrence WeinerA 36” x 36” removal of the lathing or support wall of plasteror wallboard from a wall1969
  126. 126. Lawrence Weinerfrom Statements1968
  127. 127. Robert BarryClosed Gallery1969announcement card13 3/4 x 13 3/4
  128. 128. Robert Barry88 mc Carrier Wave (FM)and 1600 kc Carrier Wave (AM)1968
  129. 129. Robert BarryRadiation Piece, Cesium 1371969
  130. 130. Robert BarryInert Gas Series (Krypton)March 5, 19693 color photographs and typewritten text11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. overall
  131. 131. Joseph KosuthOne and Three Chairs1965folding chair, photograph of chair and photostat of the definition of a chair
  132. 132. Joseph KosuthOne and Three Hammers1965hammer, photograph of hammer and photostat of the definition of a hammer24 x 53 3/8 in. overall
  133. 133. Joseph KosuthArt as Idea as Idea (water)1967photostat on paper mounted on wood47 x 47 in.
  134. 134. Vito AcconciStep Piece19705 black and white photographs type on 4 sheets of bond paper, mounted on paperboardwith felt-tip annotations30 x 40 in.
  135. 135. Vito AcconciFollowing Piece1969black and white photographs with text and chalk, text on index cards, mounted on cardboard30 1/4 x 40 1/4 in.
  136. 136. Gordon Matta-ClarkSplitting Exterior1974six black and white photographs
  137. 137. Gordon Matta-ClarkSplitting1974black and white photo collage40 x 30 in.
  138. 138. Gordon Matta-ClarkSplitting: Four Corners1974four building fragments
  139. 139. Richard LongA Line Made by WalkingDecember 1967
  140. 140. Michael HeizerDisplaced-Replaced Mass #3/3 (Silver Springs, Nevada)1969granite and concrete in playa surface100 x 800 x 9 ft. 6 in.
  141. 141. Robert SmithsonSpiral Jetty (Great Salt Lake, Utah)1970black basalt and limestone rocks and earth1,500 ft.
  142. 142. Robert SmithsonSpiral Jetty (Great Salt Lake, Utah)1970black basalt and limestone rocks and earth1,500 ft.
  143. 143. Walter De MariaLightening Field (Quemado, New Mexico)1977stainless steel polesoverall 5,280 x 3,300 ft.
  144. 144. Walter De MariaLightening Field (Quemado, New Mexico)1977stainless steel polesoverall 5,280 x 3,300 ft.
  145. 145. Christo andJeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York2004pencil, charcoal, pastel, way crayon, fabric sample, aerial photograph, tapeand hand-drawn technical dataIn two parts: 15x96 in. and 42x96 in.
  146. 146. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  147. 147. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  148. 148. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  149. 149. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  150. 150. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  151. 151. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeThe GatesCentral Park, New York, New York1979-2005 (on view February 12-28, 2005)steel, aluminum, vinyl, nylon
  152. 152. TitianVenus of Urbino1538oil on canvas4 ft. x 5 ft. 6 in.
  153. 153. Édouard ManetOlympia1863oil on canvas51 x 74 3/4 in.
  154. 154. Claude MonetGare St. Lazare1877oil on canvas30 x 40 in.
  155. 155. Camille PissarroSnow Effect at Eragny, Road to Gisors1885oil on canvas33 x 41cm
  156. 156. Edgar DegasL’absinthe1876oil on canvas36 1/4 x 26 3/4 in.
  157. 157. Félix NadarSarah Barnhardt1865gelatin-silver print
  158. 158. Etienne Jules MareyChronophotograph1883gelatin-silver print
  159. 159. Gertrude KäsebierBlessed Art Thou among Womenca. 1900platinum print on Japanese tissue9 3/8 x 5 1/2 in.
  160. 160. Paul GauguinThe Visionafter the Sermon1888oil on canvas2 ft. 4 3/4 in. x 3 ft. 1/2 in.
  161. 161. Vincent van GoghThe Night Café1888oil on canvas2 ft. 4 1/2 in. x 3 ft.
  162. 162. Paul CézanneMount Sainte Victoire1885oil on canvas
  163. 163. Paul CézanneMount Sainte Victoire1897oil on canvas
  164. 164. Paul CézanneMount Sainte-Victoire1902-1904oil on canvas2 ft. 3 1/2 in. x 2 ft. 11 1/4 in.
  165. 165. Georges BraqueHouses of L’Estaque1908oil on canvas28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in.
  166. 166. Pablo PicassoLes Demoiselles d’Avignon1907oil on canvas96 x 92 in.
  167. 167. Pablo PicassoStill Life with Chair Caning1912oil and oilcloth on canvas with rope frame10 5/8 x 13 3/4 in.
  168. 168. Arnold BöcklinSelf-Portrait with Death Playing the Violin1872oil on canvas
  169. 169. Edvard MunchThe Scream1893oil, pastel and casein on cardboard2 ft. 11 3/4 in. x 2 ft. 5 in.
  170. 170. Gustav KlimtDeath and Life1908-11oil on canvas70 1/8 x 78 in.
  171. 171. André DerainTurning Road, L’Estaque1906oil on canvas51 x 76 3/4 in.
  172. 172. Henri MatisseHarmony in Red1908oil on canvas70 7/8 x 86 5/8 in.
  173. 173. Henri MatisseDance II1909-10oil on canvas8 ft. 5 5/8 in. x 12 ft. 9 1/2 in.
  174. 174. Ernst Ludwig KirchnerNudes in the Forest1908oil on canvas
  175. 175. Vassily KandinskySketch for Composition Number 21910oil on canvas38 x 52 in.
  176. 176. Pablo PicassoMa Jolie1911oil on canvas39 3/8 x 25 3/4 in.
  177. 177. Pablo Picassomaquette for Guitar1912cardboard, string and wire2 ft. 1 1/4 in. x 1 ft. 7 1/2 in.
  178. 178. Aleksandr ArchipenkoWoman Combing Her Hair1915bronzeapproximately 1 ft. 1 3/4 in. high
  179. 179. Giacomo BallaDynamism of a Dog on a Leash1912oil on canvas2 ft. 11 3/8 in. x 3 ft. 7 1/4 in.
  180. 180. Umberto BoccioniUnique Forms ofContinuity in Space1913bronze3 ft. 7 7/8 in. x 2 ft. 10 7/8 in. x 1 ft. 3 3/4 in.
  181. 181. Kasimir MalevichTea Service1923porcelain
  182. 182. Vladimir TatlinCounter Relief1915wood, metal, paint
  183. 183. Vladimir TatlinCorner-Counter Reliefs1915wood, metal, paint
  184. 184. Vladimir TatlinMonument to the 3rd International1919-20wood, iron and glass
  185. 185. El LissitskyBeat the Whites with the Red Wedge1919oil on canvas
  186. 186. El LissitskyThe Constructor (Self-Portrait)1924gelatin-silver print4 1/2 x 4 7/8 in.
  187. 187. Alexander RodchenkoLili Brik1924gelatin-silver print
  188. 188. Alexander RodchenkoPoster for Leningrad Publishing House1924gouache and photomontage on paper27 1/2 x 33 7/8
  189. 189. Alexander RodchenkoPoster for Leningrad Publishing House1924ink on paper
  190. 190. Dziga VertovThe Man with the Movie Camera192968 minute black and white film
  191. 191. Alexander RodchenkoAssembling for a Demonstration1928gelatin-silver print19 1/2 x 13 7/8 in.
  192. 192. Alexander RodchenkoPioneer Girl1930gelatin-silver print
  193. 193. Alexander RodchenkoMarching Column of the Dynamo Sporting Club1935gelatin-silver print
  194. 194. László Moholy-NagyUntitledca. 1940photogram, silver-bromide print20 x 16 in.
  195. 195. László Moholy-NagyUntitled(looking down from the Radio Tower, Berlin)ca. 1928gelatin-silver print14 1/4 x 10 in.
  196. 196. Paul KleeIn the Current Six Thresholds1929oil and tempera on canvas17 1/8 x 17 1/8 in.
  197. 197. Paul KleeAd Parnassum1932oil and casein on canvas39 3/8 x 49 5/8 in.
  198. 198. Piet MondrianOcean 51915charcoal and gouache on paper34 1/2 x 47 3/8 in.
  199. 199. Piet MondrianComposition No. 2: Composition in Line and Color1913oil on canvas34 5/8 x 45 1/4 in.
  200. 200. Piet MondrianComposition with Gray & Light Brown1918oil on canvas31 9/16 x 19 5/8 in.
  201. 201. Piet MondrianRhythm of Black Linesca. 1935oil on canvas72.2 x 69.5 cm
  202. 202. Piet MondrianNew York City1941-42oil on canvas46 7/8 x 44 7/8 in.
  203. 203. Kasimir MalevichSupresmus No. 561916oil on canvas31 3/4 x 28 in.
  204. 204. Giorgio De ChiricoThe Great Metaphysician1917oil on canvas41 1/8 x 27 1/2 in.
  205. 205. André BretonPerforming Far-Sighted ManifestoTranslation of sign: “In order for you to likesomething it is necessary for you to have seen andunderstood it a long time ago, you bunch of idiots.”1920
  206. 206. André BretonSelf-portrait1925photomontage
  207. 207. Max ErnstThe Robing of the Bride1940oil on canvas129.6 x 96.3 cm
  208. 208. Max ErnstEurope After the Rain1940-42oil on canvas21 1/2 x 58 1/8 in.
  209. 209. Salvador DaliThe Persistence of Memory1931oil on canvas9 1/2 x 13 in.
  210. 210. Salvador DaliThe Metamorphosis of Narcissus1937oil on canvas51.2 x 78.5 cm
  211. 211. Salvador Dali and Louis BuñuelUn Chien Andalou1929motion picture
  212. 212. Salvador Dali, Joan Miró,Max Ernst, Oscar DomenguezInternational Surrealist ExhibitionMannequins1938installation
  213. 213. René MagritteThe False Mirror1928oil on canvas21 1/4 x 21 7/8 in.
  214. 214. Frida KahloThe Broken Column1944oil on canvas
  215. 215. Frida KahloHenry Ford Hospital1932oil on metal12 1/4 x 15 1/2 in.
  216. 216. BrassaïBijou1933gelatin-silver print
  217. 217. BrassaïLesbian Couple at Le Monocle, Paris1932gelatin-silver print
  218. 218. Man RayLe Violin d’Ingres1924gelatin-silver print
  219. 219. Man RayLarmes (Tears)1932-33gelatin-silver print
  220. 220. Man RayYves Tanguy1936gelatin-silver print
  221. 221. Joan MiróCiphers and Constellations in Love with a Woman1941oil on canvas
  222. 222. Oscar DominguezUntitled1936gouache transfer on paper14 1/8 x 11 1/2 in.
  223. 223. Meret OppenheimObject1936fur-Covered cup, saucer and spoon2 7/8 in. high
  224. 224. Feminist CalArts ProgramWomanhouse (Womanhouse (Bridal Staircase, Nurturant Kitchen, Sheet Closet)Los Angeles, California1971installation
  225. 225. Eleanor AntinCarving: A Traditional Sculpture1972148 gelatin-silver photographs and text paneleach photograph 7 x 5 in.
  226. 226. Ana MendietaFlowers on Body1973earth/body work with flowers,executed at El Yaagul, Oaxaca, Mexico
  227. 227. Barbara KrugerUntitled1981
  228. 228. Barbara KrugerUntitled1983photostat and red painted frame6 ft. 1 in x 4 ft. 1 in.
  229. 229. Annegret Soltautransgenerativ 791998photo collage with thread52 x 98.5 cm
  230. 230. Guerrilla GirlsThe Advantages of Being a Woman Artist1988poster
  231. 231. Romare BeardenThe Block1971mixed-media48 x 216 in.
  232. 232. Romare BeardenJazz II1980serigraph31 x 41 1.2 in.
  233. 233. David HammonsHigher Goals1982wooden poles, basketball hoops,bottle caps40 ft. high
  234. 234. Lorna SimpsonStereo Styles198810 black-and-white Polaroid prints and 10 engraved plastic plaques5 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 8 in. overall
  235. 235. Lorna SimpsonGuarded Conditions198918 color Polaroid prints, 21 engraved plastic plaques, 17 plastic letters91 x 131 in.
  236. 236. Lorna SimpsonUntitled (Two Necklines)19892 gelatin-silver prints and 11 engraved plastic plaques
  237. 237. Renee CoxThe Yo Mama andYo Mama at Home1993gelatin-silver printseach 82 x 47 in.
  238. 238. Renee CoxTaxi1998Cibachrome print152.4 x 101.6 cm
  239. 239. Anselm KieferOccupations1969silver-gelatin prints
  240. 240. Anselm KieferNigredo1984oil paint on photosensitized fabric, acrylic emulsion, straw, shellac, relief paint on paper pulled frompainted wood11 x 18 ft.
  241. 241. David Wojnarowicz“When I Put My Hands on Your Body”1990gelatin-silver print and silkscreened text in museum board2 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft. 2 in.
  242. 242. Jean-Michel BasquiatGrillo1984oil on wood with nails8 ft. x 17 ft. 6 1/2 in.
  243. 243. Jean-Michel BasquiatCharles the First1982synthetic polymer and oilstick on canvas6 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft. 2 1/4 in.
  244. 244. Chuck CloseLinda1975-76acrylic on linen9 x 7 ft.
  245. 245. Chuck CloseStudy for Self-portrait1968silver-gelatin print, ink, pencil,and pressure-sensitive tape on board18 5/8 x 13 3/8 in.
  246. 246. Chuck CloseBig Self-portrait1968acrylic on canvas107 1/2 x 83 1/2 in.
  247. 247. Chuck ClosePhil III1982cast handmade paper68 7/8 x 52 5/8 in.
  248. 248. Duane HansonTourists1970polychromed fiberglass and polyesterapproximately life-sized
  249. 249. Duane HansonSupermarket Shopper1970 polyester resin and fiberglasspolychromed in oil with clothing,steel cart and groceriesapproximately life-sized
  250. 250. Sherrie LevineUntitled(After Walker Evans)1981gelatin-silver print10 x 8 in.
  251. 251. William WegmanFay Ray1988gelatin silver print6 x 6 in.
  252. 252. William WegmanFront Faade1993color Polaroid24 x 20 in.
  253. 253. Jeff KoonsRabbit1986stainless steel41 x 19 x 12 in.
  254. 254. Jeff KoonsVacuum Cleaners:New Hoover Deluxe Shampoo Polishers1980polishers in Plexiglas boxes with fluorescent lights56 x 22 x 14 in.

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