impressionist painting of waterloo bridge in pinks, yellows, browns and greens, image depicts a body of water with bridge in the background. Bridge is made of stone and composed of a series of arches

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 Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge (detail), 1903

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 Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge (detail), 1903

stone outdoor sculpture of a seated figure holding themselves in their arms forming almost a spherical shape with their entire body

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Jane Washburn, Genesis, 1958

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Jane Washburn, Genesis, 1958
photo graph of woman lying down showing back of her head. She has black hair draping down and bullet casings make up the complete background

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Lalla Essaydi, Bullets Revisited (detail), 2014 

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Lalla Essaydi, Bullets Revisited (detail), 2014 

wood carving detail from a totem pole from british columbia. Can only see eyes and nose painted in green and black

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Calvin Hunt and Tom Hunt, Kwagiuth Totem Pole (detail), 1993 

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Calvin Hunt and Tom Hunt, Kwagiuth Totem Pole (detail), 1993 

carved masks from africa made of wood, rope, clay, colored dark brown, abstracted faces with animal qualities

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(left) Mask of the Komo Society, Bamana people, Mali (detail), mid-20th century 
(right) Protective Figure, Fon people, Benin (detail), 20th century 

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(left) Mask of the Komo Society, Bamana people, Mali (detail), mid-20th century 
(right) Protective Figure, Fon people, Benin (detail), 20th century 

abstract large scale metal sculpture comprised of geometric shapes rust color

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Joel Perlman, Big Diamond, 1982

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Joel Perlman, Big Diamond, 1982

detail of classical painting of the madonna

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 Ambrogio Borgognone, Madonna and Child (detail), 1490

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 Ambrogio Borgognone, Madonna and Child (detail), 1490

intricately wood carbed doorway. Carvings make organic shapes such as leaves, flowers and lotus plants.

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Temple Front, Java (detail) Early 20th century 

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Temple Front, Java (detail) Early 20th century 

woven glass kimono

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Eric Marklow and Thom Norris, Summer Zenith Kimono (detail), 2013 

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Eric Marklow and Thom Norris, Summer Zenith Kimono (detail), 2013 
outdoor metal sculpture painted white consiting of triangular shapes leaning against one another

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Beverly Pepper, Acension/Descension, 1974-1975 

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Beverly Pepper, Acension/Descension, 1974-1975 
abstract painting in thick colors of black, brown, tan and red, impasto technique employed

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Peter Voulkos, Red Edge (detail), 1959 

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Peter Voulkos, Red Edge (detail), 1959 
painting of classical ruins with christ healing the lame at the pool of bethesda

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Giovanni Paolo Pannini, A Capriccio of Classical Ruins with Christ Healing the Lame at the Pool of Bethesda (detail), 18th century 

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Giovanni Paolo Pannini, A Capriccio of Classical Ruins with Christ Healing the Lame at the Pool of Bethesda (detail), 18th century 

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