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Contemporary American painting and sculpture - ideals

Contemporary American painting and sculpture - ideals

Contemporary American painting and sculpture -

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    Plate 23 NO. 5 Jackson Pollock

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    Plate 25 FAMILY TOTEM Leo Amino

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    Plate 27 SUMMER AFTERXOOX Sueo Seri

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    Plate 29 AMAZING JUGGLER Yasuo Kuni

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    Plate 39 WONDERFUL OBJECT Fletcher

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    Plate 41 THE AVOMENS DANCE Dorothy

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    Plate 43 ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI Nico

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    Plate 47 SERAPH Margarita Worth

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    Plate 49 HEAD OF MY FATHER Ivan LeL

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    Plate 51 BUST OF A WOMAN Saul Baize

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    199 chance effects in drawings and

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    207 at California dealers'. Neuman'

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    211 nature. He recognizes its two-d

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    225 In both 1939 and 1945 Spohn won

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    painting. The ivord is not his medi

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    of Wisconsin, nnd the United States

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