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Émile Bernard | “Iron Bridges at Asnières”

Émile Bernard

“Iron Bridges at Asnières” (French, 1868-1941) oil on canvas, 1887

J. Alden Weir | "Portrait Of A Young Woman

Julian Alden Weir

“Portrait of A Young Woman” (American, 1852-1919) oil on canvas, 1912

prudhon_female-nude-raising-arm

Pierre-Paul Prud’hon

“Female Nude Raising Her Arm” (French, 1758-1823) drawing, black & white chalk, stumped on blue paper, c. 1810-20

Matisse_resting_woman_tiara

Henri Matisse

“Resting Woman Wearing Tiara” (French,1869–1954) drawing, pen & ink, 1936

bargue_torso

Charles Bargue

“Torso, Plate 1, No. 56 from ‘Cours de Dessin’ (Drawing Course)” (French, 1826-1883) drawing, charcoal on wove paper, c. 1860’s

holbein_dghter_jacob_meyer

Hans Holbein the Younger

“The Daughter of Jacob Meyer” (German, 1497-1543) drawing,  black & colored chalks w/light green wash background on paper, 1525

degas_nudewom_crouch

Edgar Degas

“Nude Woman Crouching, study for Semiramis” (French, 1834-1917) drawing, black chalk heightened w/white on off-white wove paper, c. 1860-62

picasso_4_balletdancers

Pablo Picasso

“Four Ballet Dancers” (Spanish, 1881-1973) drawing, pen & ink, 1925

Frank Lloyd Wright | "Living room from the Little House, Wayzata, Minnesota"

Frank Lloyd Wright

“Living room from the Little House, Wayzata, Minnesota” (American, 1867–1959) interior of Little House, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, at Met …

William F. Lamb | "Empire State Building"

William F. Lamb

“Empire State Building” (American, 1883-1952) principal architect of the Empire State Building in New York City, 1929–31

Walter Dorwin Teague | "Sparton Table Radio"

Walter Dorwin Teague

“Sparton Table Radio” (American, 1883-1960) industrial designer, radio for Sparks-Withington Co., ca.1936

Hugh Ferriss | "Cityscape"

Hugh Ferriss

“Cityscape” (American, 1889-1962) architectural rendering, black crayon & mixed media on illustration board. ca.1920-30’s

The Budd Company | "The ‪Pioneer Zephyr‬"

The Budd Company

“The ‪Pioneer Zephyr‬” (American, manufacturing company) stainless steel Zephyr train built for Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, 1934