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Mask of Anna Pavlova, 1924  Malvina Cornell Hoffman (American, 1885–1966)  Wax, tinted   This portrait of the Russian-born ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881–1931), made from a life mask, creates the sense of a living, breathing woman, an impression intensified by the colored features. The lowered eyes and closed mouth, however, hint at death—of the transcendence of this mortal life.

Mask of Anna Pavlova, 1924 Malvina Cornell Hoffman (American, 1885–1966) Wax, tinted This portrait of the Russian-born ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881–1931), made from a life mask, creates the sense of a living, breathing woman, an impression intensified by the colored features. The lowered eyes and closed mouth, however, hint at death—of the transcendence of this mortal life.

OMG! This is the most adorable thing ever! A lot of love for pugs!! ☺️

OMG! This is the most adorable thing ever! A lot of love for pugs!! ☺️

Anna Gaskell, untitled #8 (wonder), 1996. Chromogenic print, A.P. 2/2, edition of 5, 29 × 35 1/4 inches (73.6 × 89.5 cm). Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Purchased with funds contributed by the Young Collectors Council, 1997, 97.4583. © Anna Gaskell  More works by Anna Gaskell

Anna Gaskell, untitled #8 (wonder), 1996. Chromogenic print, A.P. 2/2, edition of 5, 29 × 35 1/4 inches (73.6 × 89.5 cm). Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Purchased with funds contributed by the Young Collectors Council, 1997, 97.4583. © Anna Gaskell More works by Anna Gaskell

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