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Artworks from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
L'Hermitage à Pontoise, Camille Pissarro

L'Hermitage à Pontoise Camille Pissarro, 1867

In the Vanilla Grove, Man and Horse, Paul Gauguin

In the Vanilla Grove, Man and Horse Paul Gauguin, 1891

The Death of Orpheus, Jean Delville

The Death of Orpheus Jean Delville, 1893

Woman Ironing, Pablo Picasso

Woman Ironing Pablo Picasso, 1904

Landscape near Antwerp, Georges Braque

Landscape near Antwerp Georges Braque, 1906

Glass, Mikhail Larionov

Glass Mikhail Larionov, 1909

Eiffel Tower with Trees, Robert Delaunay

Eiffel Tower with Trees Robert Delaunay, 1910

Yellow Cow, Franz Marc

Yellow Cow Franz Marc, 1911

Blue Dancer, Gino Severini

Blue Dancer Gino Severini, 1912

Improvisation 28 (second version), Wassily Kandinsky

Improvisation 28 (second version) Wassily Kandinsky, 1912

The Smokers, Fernand Henri Léger

The Smokers Fernand Henri Léger, 1911 – 1912

Woman with a Fan, 1912, Jean Metzinger

Woman with a Fan, 1912 Jean Metzinger, 1912

Nude Model in the Studio, Fernand Henri Léger

Nude Model in the Studio Fernand Henri Léger, 1912 – 1913

Abstract Speed + Sound, Giacomo Balla

Abstract Speed + Sound Giacomo Balla, 1913 – 1914

Interventionist Demonstration, Carlo Carrà

Interventionist Demonstration Carlo Carrà, 1914

Sea = Dancer, Gino Severini

Sea = Dancer Gino Severini, 1914

Red Cross Train Passing a Village, Gino Severini

Red Cross Train Passing a Village Gino Severini, 1915

Untitled, Liubov Popova

Untitled Liubov Popova, 1915

Spring, Giacomo Balla

Spring Giacomo Balla, 1916

City With Animals, Max Ernst

City With Animals Max Ernst, 1919

Composition in Gray (Rag-time), Theo van Doesburg

Composition in Gray (Rag-time) Theo van Doesburg, 1919

Untitled, El Lissitzky

Untitled El Lissitzky, 1919 – 1920

Red Balloon, Paul Klee

Red Balloon Paul Klee, 1922

Composition 8, Wassily Kandinsky

Composition 8 Wassily Kandinsky, 1923

Study for Proun S.K., El Lissitzky

Study for Proun S.K. El Lissitzky, 1922 – 1923

Composition (Definitive State), Fernand Henri Léger

Composition (Definitive State) Fernand Henri Léger, 1925

Composition, Fernand Henri Léger

Composition Fernand Henri Léger, 1926

Several Circles, Wassily Kandinsky

Several Circles Wassily Kandinsky, 1926

Woman with Yellow Hair, Pablo Picasso

Woman with Yellow Hair Pablo Picasso, 1931

Composition with Aloes, No. 4, Fernand Henri Léger

Composition with Aloes, No. 4 Fernand Henri Léger, 1934 – 1935

Dining Room on the Garden, Pierre Bonnard

Dining Room on the Garden Pierre Bonnard, 1934 – 1935

Dominant Curve, Wassily Kandinsky

Dominant Curve Wassily Kandinsky, 1936

Violet-Orange, Wassily Kandinsky

Violet-Orange Wassily Kandinsky, 1936

Untitled, Hans Hofmann

Untitled Hans Hofmann, 1940

The Sea Chest, Adolph Gottlieb

The Sea Chest Adolph Gottlieb, 1942

Untitled, Mark Rothko

Untitled Mark Rothko, 1942

Personage (Autoportrait), Robert Motherwell

Personage (Autoportrait) Robert Motherwell, 1943

Sleep Mask, Adolph Gottlieb

Sleep Mask Adolph Gottlieb, 1945

Circumcision, Jackson Pollock

Circumcision Jackson Pollock, 1946

1948, Clyfford Still

1948 Clyfford Still, 1948

Yellow Painting, Ad Reinhardt

Yellow Painting Ad Reinhardt, 1949

Number 18, Jackson Pollock

Number 18 Jackson Pollock, 1950

Untitled, Mark Rothko

Untitled Mark Rothko, 1953

The Great Parade (definitive state), Fernand Henri Léger

The Great Parade (definitive state) Fernand Henri Léger, 1954

Juarez, Elaine de Kooning

Juarez Elaine de Kooning, 1958

Buds, Agnes Martin

Buds Agnes Martin, 1959

Orange Red Relief, Ellsworth Kelly

Orange Red Relief Ellsworth Kelly, 1959

The Gate, Hans Hofmann

The Gate Hans Hofmann, 1959 – 1960

Untitled (Rome, June 1960), Cy Twombly

Untitled (Rome, June 1960) Cy Twombly, 1960

Duo, Philip Guston

Duo Philip Guston, 1961

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Smithsonian American Art Museum

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