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Voorstudie voor postzegels Nederland 1996 50 jaar Unicef

Voorstudie voor postzegels Nederland 1996 50 jaar Unicef

Hilla Becher and Bernd Becher: Watertowers (1980.1074.1-.16) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hilla Becher and Bernd Becher: Watertowers (1980.1074.1-.16) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Odessa, Ukraine Rineke Dijkstra (Dutch, born 1959)  August 4, 1993. Chromogenic color print, 46 3/8 x 37 (117.8 x 94 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Agnes Gund. © 2013 Rineke Dijkstra 613.1997

Odessa, Ukraine Rineke Dijkstra (Dutch, born 1959) August 4, 1993. Chromogenic color print, 46 3/8 x 37 (117.8 x 94 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Agnes Gund. © 2013 Rineke Dijkstra 613.1997

TEXTILE SAMPLE  Josef Hoffmann  (Austrian, Pirnitz 1870–1956 Vienna)    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

TEXTILE SAMPLE Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Pirnitz 1870–1956 Vienna) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Henri Matisse et Léonide Massine (Ballets russes, Opéra) Joseph Enrietti Photographie Henri Matisse et Léonide Massine et le Rossignol mécanique à Monte-Carlo 1920 Exposition Ballets russes Bibliothèque-musée de l'Opéra de Paris

Henri Matisse et Léonide Massine (Ballets russes, Opéra) Joseph Enrietti Photographie Henri Matisse et Léonide Massine et le Rossignol mécanique à Monte-Carlo 1920 Exposition Ballets russes Bibliothèque-musée de l'Opéra de Paris

Almerisa, Asylum Center Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, March 14, 1994    Rineke Dijkstra's ongoing Almerisa series began in 1994 with a single photograph of a young Bosnian girl at a Dutch refugee center for asylum-seekers, and has grown as Dijkstra continued to photograph her regularly for more than a decade, as she became a young woman with a child of her own.

Almerisa, Asylum Center Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, March 14, 1994 Rineke Dijkstra's ongoing Almerisa series began in 1994 with a single photograph of a young Bosnian girl at a Dutch refugee center for asylum-seekers, and has grown as Dijkstra continued to photograph her regularly for more than a decade, as she became a young woman with a child of her own.

Odilon Redon (French: 1840–1916), [Post-impressionism, Symbolism] Baroness Robert de Domecy.

Odilon Redon (French: 1840–1916), [Post-impressionism, Symbolism] Baroness Robert de Domecy.

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