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  • Chris Cran, Z (detail), 1989
  • Geoffrey Farmer, Leaves of Grass (detail), 2012
  • Picasso
  • Laurent Amiot, Regency Teapot (c. 1815)
  • Unidentified Photographer, Paper rolls in The Globe and Mail press room (detail), 1956
  • Sobey Art Award
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