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Arp, “ Collage Arranged According to the Laws of Chance, ” 1917 Piet Mondrian. “ Composition with Color Planes , ” 1916-17

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Hugo Ball reciting the sound poem “ Karawane, ” the Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich, 1916

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Jean Arp, “ Collage Arranged According to the Laws of Chance, ” 1917

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Andre Breton (1896-1966)

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André Masson, “ Automatic Drawing, ” 1924

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Surrealist “ Cadavre Exquis (Exquisite Corpse), ” c. 1934 With Victor Brauner, André Breton, Jacques Herold, Yves Tanguy

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“ Exquisite Corpse, ” date, origin unknown

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From Man Ray ’ s photograph, “ The Marquise Casati, ” 1922

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André Breton: French writer who founded the Surrealist movement in Paris (1924). Magritte, Je ne vois pas la [femme] cachée dans la forêt , Photomontage in La Révolution surréaliste , Paris, no.12,  December 15th , 1929

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Magritte, Je ne vois pas la [femme] cachée dans la forêt, 1929

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André Breton: French writer who founded the Surrealist movement in Paris (1924). Magritte, Je ne vois pas la [femme] cachée dans la forêt , Photomontage in La Révolution surréaliste , Paris, no.12,  December 15th , 1929

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Magritte, “ Le Viol (The Rape), ” 1934

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Title page of the catalogue for the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1938

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Dali with his dummy. Photo for the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1938

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The Rainy Taxi (Mannequin Rotting in a Taxi-Cab) For the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1938

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The Rainy Taxi (Mannequin Rotting in a Taxi-Cab) For the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1938

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Anonymous, Visitors with flashlights at the 1938 Exposition International du Surréalisme, Paris 1938.

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Installation view of the exhibition, First Papers of Surrealism, 1942 Whitelaw Reid mansion, New York

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Andre Masson, “ Meditation on an Oak Leaf, ” 1942

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Miro, “ Birth of the World, ” 1925

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Picasso, “ Girl with Mandolin, ” 1910

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Miro, “ Birth of the World, ” 1925

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Miro, “ Painting, ” 1933

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Salvador Dali (1904-1989)

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Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory , 1931

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Dali, “ Metamorphosis of Narcissus, ” 1937

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Dali, “ The Hallucinogenic Torreador, ” 1969

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Dali, “ Lobster Telephone, ” 1936

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Picasso, “ Bull Head, ” 1943

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Meret Oppenheim, Object (Le Dejeuner en fourrure) / Luncheon in Fur , 1936

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Meret Oppenheim, “ My Governess, ” c. 1940

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Nicholas Poussin, “ Et in Arcadia Ego, ” 1655

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William Harnett, “ After the Hunt ” 1885

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Georges Braque, “ The Clarinet, ” 1913

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Theo Van Doesburg, Sketches for “ Rhythm of a Russian Dance, ” 1918

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Theo Van Doesburg, “ Rhythm of a Russian Dance, ” 1918 (MoMA)

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Title : Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow Artist : Piet Mondrian Date : 1930 Source/ Museum: The Menil Collection, Houston Medium : Oil on canvas Size : 18 1/8" X 18 1/8" (46.038 X 46.038 cm)

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Picasso, “ Girl with Mandolin, ” 1910

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Mondrian, Chrysanthemum , 1908–09. Charcoal on paper

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Mondrian, “ Red Tree, ” 1908

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Mondrian, “ Gray Tree, ” 1911

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Mondrian, “ Composition 8, ” 1914

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Mondrian, “ Composition 10, ” 1915

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Mondrian, “ Composition in Color A, ” 1917

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Title : Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow Artist : Piet Mondrian Date : 1930 Source/ Museum: The Menil Collection, Houston Medium : Oil on canvas Size : 18 1/8" X 18 1/8" (46.038 X 46.038 cm)

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Title : Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow Artist : Piet Mondrian Date : 1930 Source/ Museum : Private Collection. Courtesy of the Mondrian Estate/Holtzman Trust/MBI NY Medium : oil on canvas Size : 20 x 20 ” (50.8 x 50.8 cm)

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Gerrit Rietveld, “ Schröder House, ” Utrecht, 1924

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Bauhaus Building, Dessau, Walter Gropius, 1925-26 ,

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, 1977 :

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, 1977

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Gerrit Rietveld, “ Red Blue Chair, ” c.1923 (MoMA)

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Mondrian, “ Broadway Boogie-Woogie, ” 1942-3

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Malevich, “ Suprematist Composition: White Square on White, ” 1918

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Kasimir Malevich, Self-Portrait, 1908 or 1910-11

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Malevich, “ On the Boulevard, ” 1903

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Malevich, “ The Laundress, ” c. 1904

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Malevich, “ Self-Portrait, ” c.1908-12

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Malevich, “ Morning in the Village after a Snowstorm, ” 1912

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Malevich, “ Black Square, ” 1913

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Installation photo of Malevich ’ s “ 0-10: The Last Futurist Exhibition in Petrograd, ” Dec 1915

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The Vladimir Mother of God, Russian Icon. 16 th century.

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Russian Icon of Saint Nicolas, 13th - early 14th century

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King Solomon, Russian icon from first quarter of 18th cen .

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Malevich, “ Self-Portrait, ” c.1908-12 Malevich, “ Self-Portrait, ” 1915

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Malevich, “ Suprematist Composition: White Square on White, ” 1918

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Malevich, “ Suprematist Composition: Aeroplane Flying,” 1915

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Malevich, “ Suprematist Composition: White Square on White, ” 1918

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Ilya Repin, “ Barge Haulers on the Volga, ” 1870-73

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Malevich, “ Mower, ” 1930

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Kasimir Malevich, Self-Portrait, 1933

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Rodchenko, “ Spatial Construction #12, ” c. 1920

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Rodchenko, “ Spatial Construction #12, ” c. 1920, installation shot at MoMA

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Klutsis, “ Maquette of Radio Announcer, ” 1922

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Klutsis, “ Let ’ s Fulfill the Plan of Great Works, ” 1930

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Klutsis, “ The USSR is the shock battalion of the world proletariat, ” 1931

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Barbara Kruger, “ Untitled (Battleground), ” 1989

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Columbus Ohio, 1990

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, “ Street, Dresden ” 1908

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Munch, “ The Scream, ” 1982

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Van Gogh, “ Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, ” 1889

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Andachtsbild, Germany, early 14 th century

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Title : Isenheim Altarpiece , closed from the Community of Saint Anthony, Isenheim, France. Crucifixion (center panel); Lamentation (predella); Saints Sebastian and Anthony Abbot (side panels.) Artist : Matthias Grünewald Date : c.1510-1515 Source/ Museum: Musée d'Unterlinden, Colmar France Medium : Oil on panel Size : center panels 9'9" X 10'9" (2.97 X 3.28 m); each wing 8'2" X 3' 1/2" (2.49 X 0.93m);predella 2' 5 1/2" X 11'2" (0.75 X 3.40m)

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Caspar David Friedrich, “ Abbey in an Oak Forest, ” 1809

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, “ Street, Dresden ” 1908

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Vasily Kandinsky, “ Composition II, ” 1910

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Vasily Kandinsky, “ Autumn Landscape, ” 1908

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Vasily Kandinsky, “ Der Blaue Reiter, ” 1903

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Vasily Kandinsky, “ Sketch for "Composition VII, ” 1913

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Kandinsky , Improvisation No. 30 (Cannons ), 1913

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