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Concord

Concord

Barnett Newman  (American, New York 1905–1970 New York)

Date: 1949
Medium: Oil and masking tape on canvas
Dimensions: H. 89-3/4, W. 53-5/8 inches
(228 x 136.2 cm.)

Classification: Paintings
Credit Line: George A. Hearn Fund, 1968
Accession Number: 68.178
Rights and Reproduction: © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Wedding ensemble

Wedding ensemble

Herman Rossberg (American, active 1880s)

Date: 1887
Accession Number: C.I.68.53.5a–h

Harlequina

Harlequina

Franz Anton Bustelli (Swiss, Locarno ca. 1720–1763 Munich)

Date: ca. 1763
Accession Number: 1974.356.524

Gala Éluard

Gala Éluard

Max Ernst (French (born Germany), Brühl 1891–1976 Paris)

Date: 1924
Accession Number: 2006.32.15

Samson and Delilah

Samson and Delilah

Albrecht Altdorfer (German, (?) ca. 1480–1538 Regensburg)

Date: 1506
Accession Number: 06.1051.2

The Puritan

The Puritan

Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American, Dublin 1848–1907 Cornish, New Hampshire)

Date: 1883–86, cast 1899 or after
Accession Number: 39.65.53

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