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This print by Emma Amos portrays a young woman in a red skirt and red shirt with green stripes. The girl is positioned in a dynamic pose, standing on one leg with her other bent at the knee. Her upper torso is curved forward and her arms are…

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In this watercolor by George Morrison, the artist painted a network of black vertical and horizontal lines against alternating strips of blue, green, and orange color. Producing what he called “little Cubistic sections” of varying rectangular and…

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This greatcoat made by Tim Harding is fashioned in the form of a traditional Japanese kimono. Through layers of quilted, slashed, and frayed Dupioni silk, the artist depicts a school of red and orange koi (Japanese ornamental carp) swimming beneath…

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This drawing by Ed Ruscha depicts the word "Business" in white lettering near the top of a solid background of burnt-orange. Using pastel and gunpowder, Ruscha rendered his letterforms to look three-dimensional, as though they were fashioned from…

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Joseph Meeker’s landscape of Lake Pepin, a riverine lake on the upper Mississippi, depicts the transitory moment when the setting sun and rising moon share the evening sky. The rippling lake, surrounding bluffs, and line of large cumulous clouds in…

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Jasper Francis Cropsey’s painting of New Hampshire’s White Mountains depicts several Native American hunters stalking deer. In the lower left corner of the work, Cropsey minimized his figures in contrast to the grand mountain vista, bright fall…

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Patrick DesJarlait's drawing of two Native American fishermen depicts a popular seasonal activity practiced by the Ojibwe people. The fishermen, placed in the center of the watercolor, are the main focus of the work. They are geometrically…