• Vincent van Gogh, Pollard Willows at Sunset (Saules au coucher du soleil) [détail], 1888

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  • Nathan Stolow, at right, in front of Abraham and the Three Angels (detail), (c. 1670–74)

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  • Andy Warhol, Perrier (detail), 1983. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / SODRAC (2014)

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  • Jock Macdonald, Etheric Form (detail), 1934

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  • Photography: Kryn Taconis, 1963 (detail). Collection of the Library and Archives, NGC

    Jack Bush: Q&A with Marc Mayer

  • Emily Carr, Untitled (Seascape) detail, 1935

    From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia at Dulwich Picture Gallery

  • Liubov Popova, The Pianist (detail), 1914–15

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  • Vincent van Gogh, Pollard Willows at Sunset (Saules au coucher du soleil) [détail], 1888
  • Nathan Stolow, at right, in front of Abraham and the Three Angels (detail), (c. 1670–74)
  • Andy Warhol, Perrier (detail), 1983. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / SODRAC (2014)
  • Bharti Kher
  • Jock Macdonald, Etheric Form (detail), 1934
  • Photography: Kryn Taconis, 1963 (detail). Collection of the Library and Archives, NGC
  • Emily Carr, Untitled (Seascape) detail, 1935
  • Liubov Popova, The Pianist (detail), 1914–15

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