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Artist Index of Collection E-Cards

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Cai Guo-Qiang
(Chinese, born 1957)
Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows. 1998

Alexander Calder
(American, 1898–1976)
Sow. 1928
Cow. c. 1926
A Universe. 1934
Gibraltar. 1936
Lobster Trap and Fish Tail. Roxbury, Connecticut, 1939
Spider. 1939
Morning Star. 1943
Constellation with Red Object. Roxbury, Connecticut, 1943
Necklace. c. 1940
Brooch. c. 1940
Snow Flurry, I. 1948
Black Widow. Waterbury, Connecticut, 1959

Julia Margaret Cameron
(British, 1815–1879)
Venus Chiding Cupid and Removing His Wings. 1872

Frank Capra
(American, born Italy. 1897–1991)
It Happened One Night. 1934

Janet Cardiff
(Canadian, born 1957)
The Forty Part Motet. 2001

Carolina Nitsch Editions, New York
30 Colors (30 Farben). 2005
Mother and Child II. 2007

Paul Cézanne
(French, 1839–1906)
Still Life with Fruit Dish. 1879-80
L'Estaque. 1879-83
The Bather. c. 1885
Pines and Rocks (Fontainebleau?). c. 1897
Turning Road at Montgeroult. 1898
Still Life with Apples. 1895-98
Château Noir. 1903-04

Marc Chagall
(French, born Belarus. 1887–1985)
I and the Village. 1911
Birthday. 1915

Paul Chan
(Chinese, born Hong Kong 1973)
My birds...trash...the future. 2004

Ivan Chermayeff
(American, born England 1932)
Pan Am France. 1972

Giorgio de Chirico
(Italian, born Greece. 1888–1978)
The Song of Love. Paris, June-July 1914
The Serenity of the Scholar. Paris, April-May 1914

Seymour Chwast
(American, born 1931)
With a Song in my Art: The Musical Image. 1976

Lygia Clark
(Brazilian, 1920–1988)
Planes in Modulated Surface 4. 1957

Chuck Close
(American, born 1940)
Robert/104,072. 1973-74
Elizabeth. 1989
Self-Portrait. 1997

Auguste Clot
Title page from the portfolio Love (Amour). (1899)

Charles Coiner
(Nationality unknown, 1898–1989)
Give It Your Best!. 1942

Willie Cole
(American, born 1955)
Domestic I.D. IV. 1992
Domestic I.D. IV. 1992

Tom Consilvio
Los Angeles Airport. 1978-83

Horacio Coppola
(Argentine, 1906–2012)
London. 1934

Joseph Cornell
(American, 1903–1972)
Taglioni's Jewel Casket. 1940
Central Park Carrousel, in Memoriam. 1950

John Covert
(American, 1882–1960)
"Ex Act". 1919

Crown Point Press, San Francisco
No Parking Anytime. 2001
No Parking Anytime. 2001

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Salvador Dalí
(Spanish, 1904–1989)
The Persistence of Memory. 1931

Bruce Davidson
(American, born 1933)
Father and Son, South Wales. 1965

Stuart Davis
(American, 1892–1964)
Odol. 1924
Egg Beater, V. 1930

Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas
(French, 1834–1917)
At the Milliner's. (c. 1882)

Willem de Kooning
(American, born the Netherlands. 1904–1997)
Valentine. (1947)
Painting. 1948
Woman, I. 1950-52
Woman, II. 1952
A Tree in Naples. 1960
Untitled V. 1982

Robert Delaunay
(French, 1885–1941)
Simultaneous Contrasts: Sun and Moon. Paris 1913 (dated on painting 1912)

Walter De Maria
(American, 1935–2013)
Cage II. 1965

Maurice Denis
(French, 1870–1943)
Title page from the portfolio Love (Amour). (1899)
Title page from the portfolio Love (Amour). (1899)

André Derain
(French, 1880–1954)
Fishing Boats, Collioure. 1905
Bridge over the Riou. 1906

Maya Deren
(American, 1917–1961)
At Land. 1944

Philip-Lorca diCorcia
(American, born 1951)
Igor. 1987

Richard Diebenkorn
(American, 1922–1993)
Ocean Park 115. 1979

Eugenio Dittborn
(Chilean, born 1943)
8 Sobrevivientes (8 Survivors). 1986

Otto Dix
(German, 1891–1969)
Dr. Mayer-Hermann. Berlin 1926

Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper)
(Dutch, 1883–1931)
Contra-Construction Project, Axonometric. 1923

Peter Doig
(British, born 1959)
Lapeyrouse Wall. 2004

Katherine S. Dreier
(American, 1877–1952)
Abstract Portrait of Marcel Duchamp. 1918

Christopher Dresser
(British, 1834–1904)
Claret Pitcher. c. 1880

Druckhaus Steinmeier, Nördlingen, Germany
30 Colors (30 Farben). 2005

Jean Dubuffet
(French, 1901–1985)
Joë Bousquet in Bed. January 1947

Marcel Duchamp
(American, born France. 1887–1968)
3 Standard Stoppages. Paris 1913-14
Bicycle Wheel. New York, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913)

Marlene Dumas
(South African, born 1953)
The Painter. 1994

Dunn & Brown Contemporary, Dallas
The Ossified Theosophied. 2005

Dyenamix, New York
Mother and Child II. 2007

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