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Part of Modern and Contemporary Art
George Grosz (American (born Germany), Berlin 1893–1959 Berlin)
Date: 1931Accession Number: 63.220
Paul Chenavard (French, Paris 1808–1895 Paris)
Date: ca. 1840–80Accession Number: 2013.941
Thomas Hart Benton (American, Neosho, Missouri 1889–1975 Kansas City, Missouri)
Date: 1930–31Accession Number: 2012.478a–j
John Singer Sargent (American, Florence 1856–1925 London)
Date: ca. 1921–25Accession Number: 50.130.2
Stanton Macdonald-Wright (American, Charlottesville, Virginia 1890–1973 Los Angeles, California)
Date: 1920Accession Number: 49.70.52
Date: ca. 1921–25Accession Number: 50.130.1
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This gallery is dedicated to a rotating display of works from the permanent collection of modern design and architecture, which consists of more than four thousand objects from 1900 to the present in all media, including wood, glass, ceramics, textiles, metals, lacquer, plastic, and paper.
The collection represents a broad range of formal expressions, including furniture, utilitarian and decorative objects, lighting, jewelry, industrial design, design drawings and architectural models, and even period rooms. There are one-of-a-kind works and mass-produced ones. Although the geographical focus of the collection is on Europe and America, the collection also includes works from Asia, Africa, and South America.
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