Best Works of Art & Architecture By Geographic Location II: North & South America

This is the second of three “Best Works of Art and Architecture By Geographic Location” lists. To create these lists, I combined all the items listed in the ‘Best Works of Visual Art’ ‘Art Hisstory 101’, ‘Best Architecture’, ‘Best Photography’ and ‘Best Contemporary Artists’ lists and arranged them by geographical location, including the museums or other specific locations of the artworks or architecture. With the exception of Antarctica, there are items on every continent, in 54 different countries and in 39 of the 50 United States (despite this diversity, more than half of the most highly-regarded artworks can be found in just six cities: New York, London, Paris, Rome, Florence and Madrid).

Note that, while most of the items on the list can be seen today at the listed location, some are not available for viewing because: (1) the artwork or building has been destroyed or dismantled; (2) the artwork was only visible temporarily; (3) the item can only be seen when installed as part of a museum or gallery exhibition; or (4) the item is in the collection of a museum or gallery but not currently on display.  This last explanation holds true for the vast majority of photographs in the collections of the world’s museums.  To give one example, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York owns over 30,000 photographs, but as of this writing, only 34 are on display in the museum.

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NORTH AMERICA

CANADA

Montreal
1967: L’Homme (Man). Artist: Alexander Calder.L'Homme (Man) by Alexander Calder, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
L’Homme (Man) by Alexander Calder, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Ottawa
National Gallery of Canada
1739: The Governess. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1770: The Death of General Wolfe. Artist: Benjamin West.
1827: View at Narni. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1862-1864: The Third-Class Carriage (smaller version). Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1891: The Coiffure (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1917: Fountain (1964 replica). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1993: Arch of Hysteria. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1999: Maman (bronze cast). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
2001: 100 years ago (series). Artist: Peter Doig.
2002: Born (sculpture). Artist: Kiki Smith.

Toronto
1973-1976: CN Tower. Architect: John Andrews/WZMH Architects.
2007: Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, Royal Ontario Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
2008: Art Gallery of Ontario (expansion). Architect: Frank Gehry.The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, an addition to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, an addition to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

Art Gallery of Ontario
1611-1612: Massacre of the Innocents. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens.
1962: Floor Burger (Giant Hamburger). Artist: Claes Oldenburg.

Henry Moore Sculpture Center, Art Gallery of Ontario
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (plaster model). Artist: Henry Moore.

Vancouver
Queen Elizabeth Park
1962-1965: Knife Edge Two Piece. Artist: Henry Moore.Knife Edge (Two Piece) by Henry Moore in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver.
Knife Edge Two Piece by Henry Moore in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver.

MEXICO

Mexico City
1950-1953. UNAM Central Library. Architects: Juan O’Gorman, Gustavo Saavedra & Juan Martinez de Velasco.
The Central Library of the National University in Mexico City.
The UNAM Central Library in Mexico City. Photo by visitmexico.com.

Museo Nacional de Antropología
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (2). Artists: Unknown.
c. 1300-1500: Statue of Coatlicue. Artist: Unknown.

Museum of Modern Art
1939: The Two Fridas. Artist: Frida Kahlo.

Museo Soumaya
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Near Mexico City
100 BCE–250 CE: Teotihuacan (numerous buildings) (Mesoamerican). Architect: Unknown.
The ruins of Teotihuacan, near Mexico City.
The ruins of Teotihuacan, near Mexico City.

Santiago Tuxtla
Santiago Tuxtla Plaza
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (2). Artists: Unknown.
Olmec colossal head in Santiago Tuxla Plaza, Mexico.
Olmec colossal head in Santiago Tuxla Plaza, Mexico.

Museo Comunitario de Tres Zapotes
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (1). Artists: Unknown.

Texistepec
Museo Comunitario de San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (1). Artists: Unknown.

Xalapa
Museo de Antropología de Xalapa
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (7). Artists: Unknown.

Villahermosa
Parque-Museo La Venta
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (3). Artists: Unknown.

Museo del Estado de Tabasco
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture) (1). Artists: Unknown.

GUATEMALA

Tikal National Park
c. 400 BCE–900 CE: Tikal (numerous buildings) (Mayan). Architects: Unknown.The ruins of Tikal in Guatemala.
The ruins of Tikal in Guatemala.

Tikal
c. 400 BCE-900 CE: Relief Sculptures and Murals (Mayan). Artists: Unknown.

UNITED STATES

Alabama

Birmingham
Birmingham Museum of Art
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.

Arizona

Near Flagstaff
1977-Present: Roden Crater (work in progress). Artist: James Turrell.One of the interior light spaces at Roden Crater.
One of the interior light spaces at Roden Crater.

Phoenix
Phoenix Art Museum
1939: The Suicide of Dorothy Hale. Artist: Frida Kahlo.
2005: You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies. Artist: Yayoi Kusama.

Scottsdale
1937: Taliesin West. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, shown in a 2010 photo.
Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, in a 2010 photo.

Arkansas

Bentonville
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
1927: Radiator Building – Night, New York. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Co-owned with Fisk University.
1994-2006: Hanging Heart (gold heart with magenta bow) (from Celebration series). Artist: Jeff Koons.
2007: Beethoven’s Trumpet (with Ear), Opus #132 Reverse. Artist: John Baldessari.

California

Beverly Hills
Barakat Gallery
c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown.

Garden Grove
1977-1980: Crystal Cathedral. Architect: Philip Johnson.A wedding inside the Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California.
A wedding inside the Philip Johnson-designed Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California.

Laguna Beach
Laguna Art Museum
1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.

Los Angeles
1921-1923: Hollyhock House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
1972-1975: Pacific Design Center (‘The Blue Whale’). Architects: César Pelli & Norma Merrick Sklarek.
1982-1984: Terminal One, Los Angeles International Airport. Architect: Norma Merrick Sklarek.
1997: Getty Center (J. Paul Getty Museum). Architect: Richard Meier
2003: Walt Disney Concert Hall. Architect: Frank Gehry.Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California.
Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
c. 950-1200: Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance. Artists: Unknown.
1539-1540: Ardabil Carpet. Artist: Maqsud of Kashan.
1898: La Place du Theatre Francais. Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde.
1923: Bird in Space (two casts: (1) bronze, 1925-1926; (2) bronze, 1927). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1929: The Treachery of Images. Artist: René Magritte.
1963: Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1964–1965: Orange over Green (from Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1966: Afrum (White). Artist: James Turrell.
1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1969-1974: Mendota Stoppages (photograph). Artist: James Turrell.
1988: Michael Jackson and Bubbles (from Banality series). On loan from the Broad Collection. Artist: Jeff Koons.
2004: The Green Line (Sometimes doing something poetic can become political and sometimes doing something political can become poetic) (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2000-2010: Tornado (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.

J. Paul Getty Museum
1625-1630: The Musicians’ Brawl. Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1888: Christ’s Entry into Brussels in 1889 (The Entry of Christ into Brussels). Artist: James Ensor.
1986: Pearblossom Highway, 11-18th April 1986 #2. Artist: David Hockney.
The entrance to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
The entrance to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

Museum of Contemporary Art
1953: No. 61 (Rust and Blue). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1967: Untitled (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1993: Beauty (installation). Artist: Olafur Eliasson.
1996: Jacqueline: The Paintings Pablo Couldn’t Paint Anymore (series of eight paintings). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.

Franklin D Murphy Sculpture Garden, University of California-Los Angeles
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
Back IV by Henri Matisse.
Back IV by Henri Matisse.

Frederick R. Weisman Foundation
1945: Pink Angels. Artist: Willem de Kooning

Broad Museum
1969: Sled. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1971: Nini’s Painting (one of five). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1981: Untitled (Skull). Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat.
1982: Nuremberg. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1984: Gold Griot. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Hammer Museum
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.

Ocean Park
1969-1974: Mendota Stoppages. Artist: James Turrell. Performances ended in 1974.

Pasadena
Norton Simon Museum
1633: Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1968). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1918: Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne (Portrait of the Artist’s Wife). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1923: Bird in Space (bronze cast, 1931). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (bronze cast). Artist: Henry Moore.
1964-1965: Blue and Orange and Green (from Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1964-1965: Orange over Green (from Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.

Pomona
Pomona College Museum of Art
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (1st edition, prints). Artist: Francisco Goya.

San Bernardino
1963-1972: San Bernardino City Hall. Architects: César Pelli & Norma Merrick Sklarek.
San Bernardino City Hall in San Bernardino, California.
San Bernardino City Hall in San Bernardino, California.

San Diego
Museum of Contemporary Art
1963: Red Blue Green. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1970: Stuck Red/Stuck Blue. Artist: James Turrell.
2006: Noses & Ears, Etc.: Face with Nose and (Green) Ear. Artist: John Baldessari.

San Francisco
1933-1937: Golden Gate Bridge. Architects: Joseph B. Strauss, Irving Morrow & Charles Ellis.
1961-1966: Fox Plaza. Architect: Norma Merrick Sklarek.
1998-2005: Contemporary Jewish Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
2008: California Academy of Sciences. Architect: Renzo Piano.
California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
The California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco was designed by Renzo Piano.

Legion of Honor
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
The Thinker at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.
Rodin’s The Thinker at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
1905: Woman with a Hat. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1910: Nature Morte (Violon et Compotier) (Still Life (Violin and Candlestick)). Artist: Georges Braque.
1917: Fountain (replica, 1964). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1922: Lake George (formerly Reflection Seascape). Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1930-1931: Frieda and Diego Rivera. Artist: Frida Kahlo.
1935: The Gueridon (Still Life with Glass and Newspaper). Artist: Georges Braque.
1937: Mae West Lips Sofa. Artist: Salvador Dalí. On long-term loan from Private Collection.
1944: Black Place No. 1. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1947–1949: Persistent Antagonism. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1951-1953: The White Paintings: Three Panels. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1953: Erased de Kooning Drawing. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1953: Automobile Tire Print. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1958: Concorde Relief I. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1960: Number 14. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1960-1961: 0 through 9. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1962: Wall Structure, Blue. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1964: Muybridge II. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1969: Wall-Floor Positions (video). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1971–1972: Forty-eight Portraits (1 of four 1998 reproductions). Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1974: Variations of Incomplete Open Cubes (complete set, reduced size). Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1974: Sand (Hoarfrost) (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1985–1987: Osiris and Isis. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1988: Michael Jackson and Bubbles (from Banality series). Artist: Jeff Koons.
1991: The Girl with the Knife in Her Hand. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara.
1994: The Nest. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1994: Wall Drawing #766. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1994: Lesende (Reader). Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1994: Lilith. Artist: Kiki Smith.
1996: The Raft of the Medusa (14 prints). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
2000: Self-Portrait/Scribble/Etching Portfolio (set of 25 prints). Artist: Chuck Close.
2006: Sequence. Artist: Richard Serra.
2012: The Refusal of Time (installation). Artist: William Kentridge. Co-owned by Metropolitan Museum of Art.

de Young Museum
1988: Six Bottles (Large), State 1 (print). Artist: Tony Cragg.

San Marino
Huntington Library
1770: The Blue Boy (Portrait of Jonathan Buttall). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1778-1780: The Cottage Door. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.

Colorado

Boulder
1961-1967: Mesa Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research. Architect: I.M. Pei.

Denver
2000-2005: Frederick C. Hamilton Building, Denver Art Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
The Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum in Denver, Colorado.
The Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum was designed by Daniel Libeskind.

Denver Art Museum
1996: Spider. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
Spider by Louise Bourgeois outside the Denver Art Museum.
Spider by Louise Bourgeois outside the Denver Art Museum.

Connecticut

Farmington
Hill-Stead Museum
1886: Woman in the Bath (The Tub). Artist: Edgar Degas.

Greenwich
Brant Foundation Art Study Center
1992: Puppy. Artist: Jeff Koons.
Puppy by Jeff Koons at the Brant Estate in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Puppy by Jeff Koons at the Brant Foundation in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Hartford
Wadsworth Atheneum
1628: The Martyrdom of St. Serapion. Artist: Francisco de Zurbaran.
1963: Retroactive I. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.

New Canaan
1949: Glass House (Johnson House). Architect: Philip Johnson.
The Glass House by Philip Johnson, in New Canaan, Connecticut.
The Glass House by Philip Johnson, in New Canaan, Connecticut.

Glass House Collection
1648: The Funeral of Phocion. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.

New Haven
Yale University Art Gallery
1770: A Lion Attacking a Horse. Artist: George Stubbs.
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (plaster casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1957-1958: Draped Seated Woman (six casts). Artist: Henry Moore.
1959: Hanging Column (from Dawn’s Wedding Feast). Artist: Louise Nevelson.
1967: Untitled (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1888: The Night Café. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh.
1991: In and Out of Love (Butterfly Paintings and Ashtrays) (installation). Artist: Damien Hirst.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Yale Center for British Art
1770: A Lion Attacking a Horse. Artist: George Stubbs.
1829: Hadleigh Castle. Artist: John Constable.

Florida

Miami
Frost Art Museum
1976-1977: The Blue Guitar (set of etchings).  Artist: David Hockney.

St. Petersburg
Salvador Dalí Museum
1936: Lobster Telephone (white version). Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1952-1954: The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1959: The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Georgia

Atlanta
High Museum of Art
1938-1943: Garden in Sochi. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
2002: Born (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.

St. Mary’s
Gilman Paper Company
1978: Lamp. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
Lamp by Roy Lichtenstein, at the Gilman Paper Company in St. Mary's, Georgia.
Lamp by Roy Lichtenstein, at the Gilman Paper Company in St. Mary’s, Georgia.

Hawaii

Honolulu
Honolulu Museum of Art 
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Illinois

Chicago
1882-1883: Montauk Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham and John Wellborn Root. Demolished in 1902.
1886: Rookery Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham and John Wellborn Root.
1886-1890: Auditorium Building. Architects: Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler.
1889-1891: Monadnock Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham and John Wellborn Root.
1892: Masonic Temple. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham and John Wellborn Root.
1893-1894: Chicago Stock Exchange. Architects: Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler.
1890-1895: Reliance Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham and John Wellborn Root.
1899-1904: Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. Building (now Sullivan Center). Architect: Louis H. Sullivan.
1904: Unity Temple. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
1908-1910: Robie House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
1948-1951: Lake Shore Drive Apartments (860-880 Lake Shore Drive). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
1965-1970: John Hancock Center. Architect: Bruce Graham/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
1973-1974: Sears Tower (now Willis Tower). Architect: Bruce Graham/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
The Auditorium Building in Chicago. Photo by Brule Laker.
The Auditorium Building in Chicago. Photo by Brule Laker.

Federal Plaza
1974: Flamingo. Artist: Alexander Calder.
Flamingo by Alexander Calder, in Chicago's Federal Plaza.
Flamingo by Alexander Calder, in Chicago’s Federal Plaza.

Millenium Park
2006: Cloud Gate. Artist: Anish Kapoor.
Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor, in Chicago's Millenium Park.
Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor, in Chicago’s Millenium Park.

Illinois Institute of Technology
1997–2003: McCormick Tribune Campus Center. Architect: Rem Koolhaas.
The McCormick Tribune Campus Center at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.
The McCormick Tribune Campus Center at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

Art Institute of Chicago
c. 100-800 CE: Portrait Vessels (Moche Culture, Peru). Artists: Unknown.
1627: Christ on the Cross. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán.
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1877: Paris Street, Rainy Day (Paris Street-Rainy Weather). Artist: Gustave Caillebotte.
1875-1880: Woman at her Toilette. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1881: Young Peasant Having her Coffee (Young Peasant Woman Drinking Her Café au Lait). Artist: Camille Pissarro.
1884-1886: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte. Artist: Georges Seurat.
1891: Woman Bathing (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: The Lamp (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1892: At the Moulin Rouge. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1893: The Child’s Bath (The Bath). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1894: Mahana No Atua (Day of the God). Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1895: The Basket of Apples. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1903: The Old Guitarist. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1909-1910: Sleeping Muse I (bronze cast, 1910)Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1915: Madame Pompadour. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1916: The Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz and His Wife Berthe Lipchitz (Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1919-1921: Blue and Green Music. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1923: The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk) (copy by Chagall of 1914 original). Artist: Marc Chagall.
1926-1927: The Spoon Woman (bronze cast, 1954). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1927-1928: Forest and Sun. Artist: Max Ernst.
1929: Black Cross, New Mexico. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1930: American Gothic. Artist: Grant Wood.
1931: Cow’s Skull with Calico Roses. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1938: The White Crucifixion. Artist: Marc Chagall.
1938: Time Transfixed. Artist: René Magritte.
1939-1941: Ciphers and Constellations in Love with a Woman (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1942: Nighthawks. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1947: The Plough and the Song. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1950: Excavation. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1951–1953: Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance IV. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1953: Untitled (Purple White and Red). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1953: Red Yellow Blue White and Black. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1954: Figure with Meat (Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef). Artist: Francis Bacon.
1961: White Disk III. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1965: Sky above Clouds IV. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1967: Art Make-Up (series of four videos). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1970: Felt Suit. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1971: Premium (film). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1973: Mao (silkscreen print). Artist: Andy Warhol.
1977: The America Windows (stained glass). Artist: Marc Chagall.
1987: Clown Torture (video installation). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1987-1988: Watchtower with Geese. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1989: Johannesburg, 2nd Greatest City After Paris (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.
1996-1997: Ubu Tells the Truth (video). Artist: William Kentridge.
1997: Medusa Marinara. Artist: Vik Muniz.
An interior view of the Art Institute of Chicago, showing Gustave Caillebotte's Paris Street, Rainy Day.
An interior view of the Art Institute of Chicago, showing Gustave Caillebotte’s Paris Street, Rainy Day.

Museum of Contemporary Art
1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1966: Self Portrait as a Fountain (photograph). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1986: Rabbit. Artist: Jeff Koons.
1988: Pink Panther (from Banality series). Artist: Jeff Koons.
2002: Jellyfish Eyes. Artist: Takashi Murakami.

University of Chicago
1967: Nuclear Energy. Artist: Henry Moore.
Nuclear Energy by Henry Moore, on the campus of the University of Chicago.
Nuclear Energy, a sculpture by Henry Moore, on the campus of the University of Chicago.

Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
c. 2900-2550 BCE: Tell Asmar Hoard (portion). Artists: Unknown.
c. 710-705 BCE: Human-Headed Winged Bulls (Lamassu) (Assyrian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.

Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College
1973: Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of 36 Attempts) (series of 12 photographs). Artist: John Baldessari.

Evanston
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University
1993: Alex/Reduction Print. Artist: Chuck Close.

Plano
1946-1951: Farnsworth House. Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Farnsworth House, by Mies van der Rohe, in Plano, Illinois.
Farnsworth House, by Mies van der Rohe, in Plano, Illinois.

River Forest
1893: William H. Winslow House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Winslow House by Frank Lloyd Wright, in River Forest, Illinois.
The Winslow House by Frank Lloyd Wright, in River Forest, Illinois. Photo by Jim Tschetter.

Indiana

Bloomington
Indiana University Art Museum
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1917: Fountain (1964 replica). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.

Indianapolis
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1976: Acton (from the Space Division Constructions series). Artist: James Turrell.

Iowa

Des Moines
Des Moines Art Center
1953: Study after Velázquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X. Artist: Francis Bacon.

Grinnell
1914: Merchants’ National Bank. Architect: Louis Sullivan.
Merchants Savings Bank by Louis Sullivan, in Grinnell, Iowa.
Merchants Savings Bank by Louis Sullivan, in Grinnell, Iowa.

Kansas

Wichita
Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art
1978: Personnage Oiseaux. Artist: Joan Miró.

Kentucky

Louisville
University of Louisville
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze, 1903). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

21st Century Museum Hotel
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Louisiana

New Orleans
New Orleans Museum of Art
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Maine

Portland
Portland Art Museum
1975: Drop Curtain from The Rake’s Progress Set. Artist: David Hockney.

Waterville
Colby College Museum of Art
1993: Alex/Reduction Print. Artist: Chuck Close.

Maryland

Baltimore
Walters Art Museum
c. 100-800 CE: Portrait Vessels (Moche Culture, Peru). Artists: Unknown.
1620: The Waterseller of Seville. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1902-1903: Margot in Blue. Artist: Mary Cassatt.

Baltimore Museum of Art
1897: Mont Sainte-Victoire seen from the Bibemus Quarry. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1907: Blue Nude (Souvenir de Biskra). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1961: No. Green. No. I (from the Infinity Nets series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.

Massachusetts

Andover
Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy
1886: Eight Bells. Artist: Winslow Homer.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Boston
1972: Boston Public Library Extension (Johnson Building). Architect: Philip Johnson.
1979: John F. Kennedy Memorial Library. Architect: I.M. Pei.
1987: One International Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee.
1992: Two International Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee.
One and Two International Place, by Philip Johnson, in Boston.
One and Two International Place in Boston were designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee.

Museum of Fine Arts
c. 650-673 CE: The Thirteen Emperors Scroll (Tang Dynasty). Artist: Yan Liben.
c. 1190-1200: Bare Willows and Distant Mountains (Bare Willows and Distant Hills). Artist: Ma Yuan.
1432: St. Luke Drawing the Virgin. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
1609: Fray Hortensio Félix Paravicino. Artist: El Greco.
1622: Portrait of Don Luis de Góngora. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
c. 1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching). Artist: Rembrandt.
1778: Watson and the Shark. Artist: John Singleton Copley.
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (1st edition, prints). Artist: Francisco Goya.
1840: The Slave Ship. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1880: The Tea (Five O’Clock Tea). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1882: The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit. Artist: John Singer Sargent.
1885: The Fog Warning. Artist: Winslow Homer.
1893: Summer Night’s Dream (The Voice). Artist: Edvard Munch.
1892-1894: Rouen Cathedral, Façade and Tour d’Albane, Morning Effect. Artist: Claude Monet.
1897: Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1905: Water Lilies. Artist: Claude Monet.
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.
1936: Deer’s Skull with Pedernal. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1994: Lilith. Artist: Kiki Smith.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
1559-1562: The Rape of Europa. Artist: Titian.

Barbara Krakow Gallery
1992: Five Pointed Star with Color Bands (silkscreen print). Artist: Sol LeWitt.

Cambridge
Harvard University
1949-1950: Graduate Center. Architects: Walter Gropius with The Architects’ Collaborative.
1961-1964: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. Architect: Le Corbusier.
The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, by Le Corbusier, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, by Le Corbusier, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Houghton Library
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece illustration for Europe: A Prophecy) (Copy H). Artist: William Blake.

Fogg Art Museum
1875: Red Boats, Argenteuil. Artist: Claude Monet.

Busch-Reisinger Museum
1927: Self-Portrait in Tuxedo (Self-Portrait Smoking). Artist: Max Beckmann. 1969: Besetzungen (Occupations) (series of photographs). Artist: Anselm Kiefer.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1947-1948: Baker House. Architect: Alvar Aalto.
1975: Transparent Horizon. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
2004: Stata Center. Architect: Frank Gehry.
An aerial view of Baker House, by Alvar Aalto, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
An aerial view of Baker House, by Alvar Aalto, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Lincoln
1937: Gropius House. Architect: Walter Gropius.
Gropius House, by Walter Gropius, in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Gropius House, by Walter Gropius, in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

North Adams
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
1975: Wall Drawing #260. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1994: Wall Drawing #766. Artist: Sol LeWitt.

Northampton
Smith College Museum of Art
c. 1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.

South Hadley
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Williamstown
Williams College Museum of Art
1994-1995: My Blue Lake (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.

Worcester
Worcester Art Museum
c. 100-800 CE: Portrait Vessels (Moche Culture, Peru). Artists: Unknown.

Michigan

Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Museum of Art
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (1st edition, prints). Artist: Francisco Goya.

Detroit
Detroit Institute of Arts
c. 1625: Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.
1654-1655: The Jewish Cemetery. Artist: Jacob van Ruisdael.
1781: The Nightmare. Artist: Henry Fuseli.
1782: Watson and the Shark. Artist: John Singleton Copley.
1862: Cotopaxi. Artist: Frederic Edwin Church.
1875: Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1903). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Grand Rapids
1969: La Grande Vitesse. Artist: Alexander Calder.
La Grande Vitesse, by Alexander Calder, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
La Grande Vitesse, by Alexander Calder, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Minnesota

Minneapolis
1993: Weisman Art Museum. Architect: Frank Gehry.
2006: Guthrie Theater. Architect: Jean Nouvel.
Guthrie Theater, by Jean Nouvel, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Guthrie Theater, by Jean Nouvel, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Minneapolis Institute of the Arts
c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown.
1627: The Death of Germanicus. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.
1922-1929: Large Seated Nude (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1936: Lobster Telephone (white). Artist: Salvador Dalí.

Walker Art Center
1940: Office at Night. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1947–1949: The Blind Leading the Blind. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1967-1968: Big Self Portrait. Artist: Chuck Close.
1969: Sled. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1969: Wall-Floor Positions (video). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1969: Apparatus Whereby One Potato Can Orbit Another. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1970: Felt Suit. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1976: Nine Squares. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1976: Colored Paper Image XII (Blue Curve with Brown and Gray). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1986: Untitled (Joke) (from Jokes series). Artist: Richard Prince.
1989: Untitled (Hood) (from Hoods series), Artist: Richard Prince.
1991: Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1992: Cowboys and Girlfriends (14 prints). Artist: Richard Prince.
1993: Girlfriends (book). Artist: Richard Prince.
1993-1994: United Enemies (A Play in Ten Scenes) (one figure). Artist: Thomas Schütte.
1994: Innocenti (series of photographs). Artist: Thomas Schütte.
1997: Do You Like Crème in Your Coffee and Chocolate in your Milk? (series of 64 watercolors). Artist: Kara Walker.
2001-2002: Jellyfish Eyes. Artist: Takashi Murakami.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.
2005: 8 Possible Beginnings, or, The Creation of African-America (video). Artist: Kara Walker.
2009-2010: Fragment of a Letter (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum
1928: Oriental Poppies. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.

Owatonna
1907-1908: National Farmers’ Bank. Architect: Louis Sullivan.
The National Farmer's Bank, by Louis Sullivan, in Owatonna, Minnesota.
The National Farmers’ Bank, by Louis Sullivan, in Owatonna, Minnesota.

Missouri

Kansas City
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
1873: Boulevard des Capucines. Artist: Claude Monet.
1879: At the Theater (Lydia Leaning on her Arms, Seated in Loge). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1904-1906: Mont Sainte-Victoire from Les Lauves. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1952: Woman IV. Artist: Willem de Kooning.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
1996: Spider. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.

St. Louis
1890-1891: Wainwright Building. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan & Dankmar Adler.
1947: Gateway Arch. Architect: Eero Saarinen & Hannskarl Bandel. Additional work: 1963-1965, 1967.
The Wainwright Building, by Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler, in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Wainwright Building, by Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler, in St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis Art Museum
1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (cast c. 1946-1947). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1988: Betty. Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1989: November (diptych). Artist. Gerhard Richter.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

St. Louis University Museum of Art
1976: Colored Paper Image III (Blue Black Curves). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.

Kemper Art Museum, Washington University
c. 1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.

Nebraska

Lincoln
Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
1916: Princess X (marble). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.

Nevada

Las Vegas
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
1873: Hide and Seek (Cache-Cache). Artist: Berthe Morisot.

New Hampshire

Hanover
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
1963: Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas (Version II: three spotlights). Artist: Ed Ruscha.

New Jersey

Montclair
Montclair Art Museum
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Princeton
Princeton University Art Museum
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1968-1970: Oval with Points. Artist: Henry Moore.
Oval with Points, by Henry Moore, on the grounds of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.
Oval with Points, by Henry Moore, on the grounds of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.

New Mexico

Near Taos
1000-1450: Taos Pueblo. Architect: Unknown.
Taos Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico.
Taos Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico.

New York

Buffalo
1894-1895: Guaranty Building (Prudential Building). Architects: Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler.
The Prudential Building (formerly the Guaranty Building), by Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler, in Buffalo, New York.
The Prudential Building (formerly the Guaranty Building), by Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler, in Buffalo, New York.

Albright–Knox Art Gallery
1889: The Yellow Christ. Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1892: Manao Tupapau (The Spirit of the Dead Keeps Watch). Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1924-1925: The Harlequin’s Carnival. Artist: Joan Miró.
1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (bronze cast). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1938: Self-Portrait with Monkey. Artist: Frida Kahlo.
1944: The Liver is the Cock’s Comb. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1952: Convergence. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1953: Man with Dog. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1953-1954: Elegy to the Spanish Republic XXXIV. Artist: Robert Motherwell.
1956: Orange and Yellow. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1958–1959: Numbers in Color. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1960-1961: Walking Man I. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1962: 100 Soup Cans. Artist: Andy Warhol.
1984: Nature Study (Pink Eyes). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
2002: Born (sculpture). Artist: Kiki Smith.

Ithaca
Cornell University
1973: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Architect: I.M. Pei.
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University was designed by I.M. Pei.
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University was designed by I.M. Pei.

New Windsor
Storm King Art Center
1960: Royal Tide I. Artist: Louise Nevelson.

New York City
1869-1883: Brooklyn Bridge. Architect: John Augustus Roebling.
1902-1903: Flatiron Building. Architect: Daniel Burnham.
1903-1913: Grand Central Station (Grand Central Terminal). Architects: Reed & Stem, Warren & Wetmore.
1928-1930. Chrysler Building. Architect: William Van Alen.
1930-1931. Empire State Building. Architect: William F. Lamb.
1939: Finnish Pavilion, 1939 World’s Fair. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Temporary structure.
1949-1950: Rockefeller Guest House. Architect: Philip Johnson.
1952: Lever House. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
1947-1953: United Nations Headquarters. Architects: Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Harrison & Abramovitz.
1954-1958: Seagram Building. Architects: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe & Philip Johnson.
1956-1959: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
1961: One Chase Manhattan Plaza. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
1958-1963: Pan Am Building (now the Metlife Building). Architects: Walter Gropius with Pietro Belluschi and Emery Roth & Sons.
1966-1977: World Trade Center. Architect: Minoru Yamasaki. Destroyed September 11, 2001.
1980-1984: AT&T Building (now Sony Tower). Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee.
1982: Mural, Houston and Bowery streets. Artist: Keith Haring. Destroyed 1982.
1986: 53rd and Third (‘Lipstick Building’). Architect: Philip Johnson.
2002: Master Plan, World Trade Center. Architect: Daniel Libeskind.
2006: Hearst Tower. Architect: Norman Foster.
2007: New York Times Building. Architect: Renzo Piano.
2011: Beekman Tower (now 8 Spruce Street). Architect: Frank Gehry.
2014: One World Trade Center (‘Freedom Tower’). Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, with Daniel Libeskind.
2006-Present: World Trade Center Transportation Hub. Architect: Santiago Calatrava. Under construction.
2007-Present: 53 West 53rd Street (MoMA Tower; formerly Tour de Verre). Architect: Jean Nouvel. Under construction.
The New York Times building, by Renzo Piano, in New York City.
The New York Times building, by Renzo Piano, in New York City.

United Nations Headquarters
1964: Peace (stained glass). Artist: Marc Chagall.
Peace, a stained glass window by Marc Chagall, at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York City.
Peace, a stained glass window by Marc Chagall, at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York City.

John F. Kennedy International Airport
1956-1962: TWA Terminal (TWA Flight Center). Architect: Eero Saarinen.
The TWA Terminal, by Eero Saarinen, at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.
The TWA Terminal, by Eero Saarinen, at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
1964: New York State Theater (now David H. Koch Theater). Architects: Philip Johnson & Richard Foster.
The David Koch Theater (formerly the New York State Theater) at Lincoln Center in New York City, by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster.
The David Koch Theater (formerly the New York State Theater) at Lincoln Center in New York City, by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster.

Financial District
1979: Louise Nevelson Plaza. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
Louise Nevelson Plaza, with sculptures by Louise Nevelson, in New York City.
Louise Nevelson Plaza, with sculptures by Louise Nevelson, in New York City.

Foley Federal Plaza
1981: Tilted Arc. Artist: Richard Serra. Removed in 1989.
Tilted Arc, by Richard Serra.
Tilted Arc, a site-specific work by Richard Serra, was removed and placed in storage after public protests.

Equitable Tower (now AXA Center)
1984-1985: Mural with Blue Brushstroke.  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
Mural with Blue Brushstroke (1986) by Roy Lichtenstein at the AXA Center in New York City (formerly the Equitable Tower).
Mural with Blue Brushstroke by Roy Lichtenstein at the AXA Center in New York City (formerly the Equitable Tower).

East River
2008: The New York City Waterfalls. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Temporary installation.
One of Olafur Eliasson's New York City Waterfalls, under the Brooklyn Bridge, seen at night.
One of Olafur Eliasson’s New York City Waterfalls, under the Brooklyn Bridge, seen at night.

Domino Sugar Plant, Brooklyn
2014: A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby an Homage to the unpaid and overworked Artisans who have refined our Sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the Occasion of the demolition of the Domino Sugar Refining Plant. Artist: Kara Walker. Temporary installation.
Installation view of A Subtlety... by Kara Walker, in Brooklyn New York. Photo by Jason Wyche.
Installation view of A Subtlety… by Kara Walker, in Brooklyn New York. Photo by Jason Wyche.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
c. 3300-2300 BCE: Cycladic Figurine (Aegean Culture). Artist: Unknown. 
c. 2900-2550 BCE: Tell Asmar Hoard (Sumerian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 2100-1900 BCE: Shaft-Hole Axe-Head (Bactrian). Artist: Unknown.
c. 600-580 BCE: New York Kouros (Metropolitan Kouros) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown.
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 200-100 BCE: The Three Graces (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown. Bronze Greek original is lost. Roman marble copy.
c. 11-1 BCE: Frescoes, Villa of Agrippa Postumus, Boscotrecase (Roman). Artist: Unknown.
100-800 CE: Ear Ornaments (Moche Culture; Peru). Artists: Unknown.
c. 950-1200: Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance. Artists: Unknown.
c. 1190-1224: Viewing Plum Blossoms by Moonlight. Artist: Ma Yuan.
1300: Stroganoff Madonna (Stoclet Madonna). Artist: Duccio.
c. 1425-1428: The Mérode Altarpiece (The Annunciation Triptych). Artist: Robert Campin (attribution questioned) (The Cloisters).
1450: Portrait of a Lady. Artist: Paolo Uccello (attribution in question).
c. 1460: Portrait of Francesco d’Este. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
c. 1570-1579: Mars and Venus United by Love. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1596-1600: View of Toledo. Artist: El Greco.
1608-1614: The Opening of the Fifth Seal. Artist: El Greco.
c. 1615-1617: Shrovetide Revellers (Merrymakers at Shrovetide). Artist: Frans Hals.
1634: Equestrian Portrait of the Count-Duke of Olivares. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
c. 1630-1639: The Fortune Teller. Artist: Georges de la Tour.
c. 1640: The Penitent Magdalen. Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1642: Marine with the Trojans Burning their Boats (The Trojan Women Setting Fire to their Fleet). Artist: Claude Lorrain.
1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching) (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1649–1650: Portrait of Juan de Pareja. Artist: Diego Velázquez.
1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1653-1654: Aristotle with a Bust of Homer. Artist: Rembrandt.
1660-1662: Young Woman with a Water Pitcher (Woman with a Water Jug). Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1720: Mezzetin. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1739: The Soap Bubble (Blowing Bubbles). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin.
1750: The Interrupted Sleep. Artist: François Boucher.
1751: The Toilet of Venus. Artist: François Boucher.
1787: The Death of Socrates. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1794: Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss (Psyche Awakened by Eros; Psyche and Cupid). Artist: Antonio Canova. (plaster model).
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1835: Hagar in the Wilderness. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1845: Fur Traders Descending the Missouri. Artist: George Caleb Bingham.
1852-1855: The Horse Fair. Artist: Rosa Bonheur.
1860: The Spanish Singer. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1862-1864: The Third-Class Carriage. Artist: Honoré Daumier.
1865-1866: Jo, La Belle Irlandaise. Artist: Gustave Courbet.
1866: Prisoners from the Front. Artist: Winslow Homer.
1867: Garden at Sainte-Adresse (The Terrace at Sainte-Adresse). Artist: Claude Monet.
1871: Max Schmitt in a Single Scull (The Champion Single Sculls). Artist: Thomas Eakins.
1872: Snap the Whip. Artist: Winslow Homer.
1874: Boating. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1874: The Dance Class. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1877: Dancers Practicing at the Barre. Artist: Edgar Degas.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1878: Portrait of the Artist. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1878-1879: Madame Charpentier and Her Children. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1879: Lilacs in a Window. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1880-1881: The Thinker (plaster cast, 1904). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1884: Portrait of Madame X. Artist: John Singer Sargent.
1885: Lady at the Tea Table. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1880: The Isle of the Dead. Artist: Arnold Böcklin.
1887-1888: Circus Sideshow (Parade de Cirque). Artist: Georges Seurat.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (1985 cast). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1891: Woman Bathing (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: The Lamp (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: The Coiffure (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: La Orana Maria (Hail Mary). Artist: Paul Gauguin.
1892: Two Young Girls at the Piano. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1890-1892: The Card Players: Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1897: The Sleeping Gypsy. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1898: The Kneeling Youth (plaster cast). Artist: George Minne.
1899: The Gulf Stream. Artist: Winslow Homer.
1899: Bridge over a Pond of Waterlilies. Artist: Claude Monet.
1905: Self-Portrait. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1910: Sleeping Muse I (bronze cast). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1912: Head. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1912-1913: Development of a Bottle in Space (cast 1913). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (bronze cast, 1949). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.
1923: Bird in Space (white marble cast, 1923). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1926: Black Iris III. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1931: Cow’s Skull: Red, White and Blue. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1939-1941: Toward the Rainbow (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1939-1941:  Women on the Beach (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1949: L’Atelier: III. Artist: Georges Braque.
1950: The Forest (Composition with Seven Figures and a Head). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1950: Autumn Rhythm (Number 30, 1950). Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1954: Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus). Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1955: White Flag. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1961: Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 70. Artist: Robert Motherwell.
1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1969: Besetzungen (Occupations) (series of photographs). Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1970: Winter Landscape. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1971: I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1971: I Am Making Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1974: Coastal Draft (Hoarfrost) (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1976-1977: The Blue Guitar (set of etchings). Artist: David Hockney.
1980: Your Golden Hair, Margarethe. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1989: Untitled (cowboy on horse, right) (from Cowboy series).  Artist: Richard Prince.
An interior view of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
An interior view of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

The Frick Collection
c. 1475-1480: St. Francis in Ecstasy (St. Francis in the Desert). Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1527: Portrait of Sir Thomas More. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger.
c. 1580: Allegory of Wisdom and Strength. Artist: Paolo Veronese.
1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching). Artist: Rembrandt.
1784: The Mall in St. James Park. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.

Museum of Modern Art
1889: The Starry Night. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1892: La Goulue Arriving at the Moulin Rouge. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1907: Les Demoiselles d’Avignon. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1907: Landscape at La Ciotat. Artist: Georges Braque.
1908: Road Near L’Estaque. Artist: Georges Braque.
1909: View from the Dunes with Beach and Piers, Domburg. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1909: The Dance (preliminary study). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1910: The Dream. Artist: Henri Rousseau.
1910: The City Rises. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1911: L’Atelier Rouge (The Red Studio). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1911: States of Mind I: The Farewells. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1911: States of Mind II: Those Who Go. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1911: States of Mind III: Those Who Stay. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1911: I and the Village. Artist: Marc Chagall.
1911-1912: Man with a Guitar. Artist: Georges Braque.
1912: Portrait of Mademoiselle Pogany (I) (bronze cast, 1913). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde.
1911-1913: Head. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1912-1913: Development of a Bottle in Space (cast, 1931). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (bronze cast 1931, missing base). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: Dynamism of a Soccer Player. Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: Bicycle Wheel (lost, recreated 1951). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1912-1914: Windows. Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1914: Soldier of the First Division (Reservist of the First Division). Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1914: Song of Love. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1914: Gare Montparnasse: The Melancholy of Departure. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1915: Suprematist Painting: Aeroplane Flying. Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
1915: The Seer. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1915: Birthday. Artist: Marc Chagall.
1916: The Piano Lesson. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1917: Great Metaphysical Interior. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1918: The Endless Column (Version I). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1918: Suprematist Composition: White on White. Artist: Kazimir Malevich.
c. 1919: Reclining Nude (Le Grand Nu). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1920: Reflection of Clouds on the Water Lily Pond. Artist: Claude Monet.
1921: Three Musicians. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1922: The Twittering Machine. Artist: Paul Klee.
1923: Bird in Space (two bronze casts, 1928 and c. 1941). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1923: Illustrations for Mayakovsky’s ‘About This.’ Artist: Alexander Rodchenko.
1923-1924: The Hunter (Catalan Landscape). Artist: Joan Miró.
1925: The Birth of the World. Artist: Joan Miró.
1925: House by the Railroad. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1926-1927: The Spoon Woman (bronze cast, 1926-1927). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1927: The Menaced Assassin. Artist: René Magritte.
1928: The Lovers. Artist: René Magritte.
1928: Dutch Interior I. Artist: Joan Miró.
1922-1929: Large Seated Nude (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast, 1931). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1931: The Persistence of Memory. Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1932: Girl Before A Mirror. Artist: Pablo Picasso.
1932: Woman with her Throat Cut (bronze cast, 1949). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1932: The Palace at 4 a.m. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1932-1933: Departure. Artist: Max Beckmann.
1934: A Universe. Artist: Alexander Calder.
1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (bronze cast). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1937: Woman with a Mandolin. Artist: Georges Braque.
1937: Still Life with Old Shoe. Artist: Joan Miró.
1939: New York Movie. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1939: Lobster Trap and Fish Tail. Artist: Alexander Calder.
1940: Gas. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1939-1941: The Escape Ladder (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1939-1941: The Beautiful Bird Revealing the Unknown to a Pair of Lovers (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1938-1943: Garden in Sochi. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1943: The She-Wolf. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1942-1943: Broadway Boogie-Woogie. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1944: Water of the Flowery Mill. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1944: Gothic. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1944-1945: Slow Swirl at the Edge of the Sea. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1946: Painting. Artist: Francis Bacon.
1947: Head of a Man on a Rod. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1947: Man Pointing. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1947: Agony. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1947: Full Fathom Five. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1948: City Square (Piazza). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1948: Painting. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1948: Christina’s World. Artist: Andrew Wyeth.
1949: No. 3/No. 13 (Magenta, Black, Green on Orange). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1949: Window, Museum of Modern Art, Paris. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1950: One: Number 31, 1950. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1950: Sleeping Figure (from Personages series). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1950: Number 10. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1951: Colors for a Large Wall. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1951: The Meschers. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1951: Infinity Nets (from Infinity Nets series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
1950-1952: Woman I. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1952: Woman II. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1947–1953: Quarantania I. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1951–1953: Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance II. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1951–1953: Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance IV. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1953: Tiznit. Artist: Cy Twombly.
1954: White Light. Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1954: Untitled (Funerary Box for a Lime Green Python). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1949: L’Atelier: V. Artist: Georges Braque.
1950: The Empire of Light II. Artist: René Magritte.
1951-1952: Spiral Woman (sculpture). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1954-1955: Flag. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1955: Bed. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1955: Panorama. Artist: Cy Twombly. On loan from Private Collection.
1955: Target with Four Faces. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1957: Factum II. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1957: Sculpture for a Large Wall. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1958: Moon Garden Plus One. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
1958: Sky Cathedral. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
1959: Canyon. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1959: Hanging Column (from Dawn’s Wedding Feast). Artist: Louise Nevelson.
1960: Painted Bronze (Savarin). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1961: The Italians. Artist: Cy Twombly.
1961: Map. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1962: Campbell’s Soup Cans (series of 32). Artist: Andy Warhol.
1962: Gold Marilyn Monroe. Artist: Andy Warhol.
1962: Leda and the Swan. Artist: Cy Twombly.
1962-1963: OOF. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1963: Drowning Girl. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1963: Twentysix Gasoline Stations (book with 26 photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1963: Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas (Version I: no spotlights). Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1964: Standing Open Structure, Black. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1964–1965: Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs (complete set). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1965: 34 Drawings for Dante’s Inferno. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1966: Eurasia Siberian Symphony 1963. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1966: Serial Project #1 (ABCD). Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1966: Standard Station. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1965-1966 Girlfriends I (print). Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1965-1966: Green One at the Tree (etching) (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1965-1966: The Shepherd (etching) (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1965-1966:Waldarbeiter (etching) (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1965-1966: The Green-Red One (etching) (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. 1966: Self Portrait as a Fountain (photograph). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1965-1967:
Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 108. Artist: Robert Motherwell. 1967: Marilyn Monroe (10 Marilyns) (series of 10 prints). Artist: Andy Warhol.
1967: 
Art Make-Up (series of four videos). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1967: Untitled I (1/19) (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1967: Untitled II (1/23) (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1965-1968: 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Fire. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1966-1968: 
What is Painting (photo-text painting). Artist: John Baldessari.
1968: 
Fillette. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1969: 
Sled. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1969: 
Wall-Floor Positions (video). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1969: 
Cutting Device: Base Plate Measure. Artist: Richard Serra.
1969: 
One Ton Prop (House of Cards). Artist: Richard Serra.
1970: 
Felt Suit. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1970: 
Equal (Corner Prop Piece). Artist: Richard Serra.
1970:
Untitled (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1971: 
I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (print). Artist: John Baldessari.
1971: 
I Am Making Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari.
1972: 
La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1972: 
Circuit II. Artist: Richard Serra.
1972: 
Keith/Mezzotint. Artist: Chuck Close.
1973: 
Mao (silkscreen print). Artist: Andy Warhol.
1975: 
Wall Drawing #260. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1975: 
Untitled (photo of man leaning toward curtain). Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1974: Preview (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1974: Mint (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1974: Scent (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1976: Colored Paper Image XII (Blue Curve with Brown and Gray). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1976-1977: 
The Blue Guitar (set of etchings).  Artist: David Hockney.
1977: 
Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1981: 
Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1980: 
Dr. Waldmann (from Expressionist Woodcuts).  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1981: 
Untitled (Lieber Maler, Male mir… ) (Dear Painter, Paint for Me). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1982: 
Clouds. Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1983: 
Human/Need/Desire (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1984: 
Watchtower. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
1986: 
Articulated Lair. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1986: 
Three Panels: Orange, Dark Gray, Green. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1988: 
October 18, 1977 (series of 15 paintings: Dead [I], Dead [II]; Dead [III]; HangedMan Shot Down 1Man Shot Down 2CellConfrontation 1Confrontation 2Confrontation 3Youth PortraitRecord PlayerFuneralArrest 1Arrest 2. ). Artist: Gerhard Richter.
1988: 
Learned Helplessness in Rats (Rock and Roll Drummer). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1988: 
Pink Panther (from Banality series). Artist: Jeff Koons.
1989: 
Painting (sculpture). Artist: Isa Genzken.
1990: 
Feet First (‘Crucified Frog’) (from Fred the Frog series). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1992: 
Untitled (Martin, into the Corner, You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1991:
The End. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1993-1994:
United Enemies (A Play in Ten Scenes) (prints). Artist: Thomas Schütte.
1994:
Felix in Exile (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.
1994:
Gone: An Historical Romance of a Civil War as It Occurred b’tween the Dusky Thighs of One Young Negress and Her Heart (installation). Artist: Kara Walker.
1993-1994:
The Four Seasons (first version). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1994-1995:
My Blue Lake (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.
1995–1996:
I Love New York, Crazy City (scrapbook). Artist: Isa Genzken.
1996:
Untitled (oil painting) (from The Raft of the Medusa). Artist: Martin Kippenberger.
1996:
727. Artist: Takashi Murakami.
1996-1997:
Ubu Tells the Truth (video). Artist: William Kentridge.
1997:
Action Photo I, After Hans Namuth (from Pictures of Chocolate). Artist: Vik Muniz.
1998:
Torqued Ellipse IV. Artist: Richard Serra.
1999:
Two Mirror Drawings 14-2-99. Artist: Thomas Schütte.
1998-1999:
Drawing for Stereoscope (figure standing in blue water). Artist: William Kentridge.
1999-2001:
The Rehearsal I (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2001:
Reenactments (video, documentation). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2001:
Spiral Woman (10 prints). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
2002:
Tulsa Slut. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
2002:
When Faith Moves Mountains (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2002:
Born (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.
2004:
New Buildings for Berlin (series). Artist: Isa Genzken.
2005:
September. Artist: Gerhard Richter.
2005:
Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.
2000-2010:
Tornado (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2010:
Sets and Costumes, The Nose (four preparatory sketches). Artist: William Kentridge.
1989-2011:
9 Drawings for Projection (series of videos). Artist: William Kentridge.
An interior view of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
An interior view of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1911-1912: Still Life with Ginger Pot I. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1911-1912: 
Still Life with Ginger Pot II. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1913: 
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (bronze cast, 1949). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1913: 
The Red Tower. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1912-1914: 
Windows Open Simultaneously (First Part, Third Motif). Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1912-1914: 
Simultaneous Windows (2nd Motif, 1st Part). Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1912-1914: 
The Three Windows, the Tower and the Wheel. Artist: Robert Delaunay.
1916: Composition. Artist: Piet Mondrian.
1922: 
Red Balloon. Artist: Paul Klee.
1923-1924: 
The Tilled Field. Artist: Joan Miró.
1926: 
Several Circles. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky.
1926-1927: 
The Spoon Woman (plaster cast, 1953). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1929: 
Dutch Interior II. Artist: Joan Miró.
1932: 
Woman with her Throat Cut (bronze cast, 1940). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1946-1947: 
Femme Maison (Housewife) (drawing). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1948: 
City Square (Piazza). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1953-1954: 
Empire of Light. Artist: René Magritte.
1964: 
Lemon Branch (drawing). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1960: No. 2, J.B. (from
Infinity Nets series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
1966-1967: 
Afrum I (White). Artist: James Turrell.
1968: 
Ronin. Artist: James Turrell.
1970: 
Untitled (Black on Grey). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1971: 
Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 110. Easter Day 1971. Artist: Robert Motherwell. 1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys.
1975: Glaze (Hoarfrost) (from Hoarfrosts series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.
1978: The Gleaner. Artist: Georg Baselitz.
1958-1985: 
Lightning with Stag in its Glare. Artist: Joseph Beuys.
2002: Children (from Hoods series). Artist: Richard Prince.
1986-2006: Untitled (joke) (from J
okes series).  Artist: Richard Prince.
1994:
Felix in Exile (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.
2002:
When Faith Moves Mountains (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs.
2004:
Sisters, Saints and Sibyls (multimedia). Artist: Nan Goldin. Co-owned by Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
2013:
Aten Reign. Artist: James Turrell. Temporary installation.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, by Frank Lloyd Wright, in New York City.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, by Frank Lloyd Wright, in New York City.

Whitney Museum of American Art
1930: 
Early Sunday Morning. Artist: Edward Hopper.
1926-1931: 
Cirque Calder (Calder’s Circus). Artist: Alexander Calder.
1926-1936: 
The Artist and His Mother. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1947: 
The Betrothal II. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1952-1953: 
Woman and Bicycle. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1958: 
Four Darks in Red. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1958: 
Three Flags. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1959: 
Dawn’s Wedding Chapel II (from Dawn’s Wedding Feast). Artist: Louise Nevelson. 1960: Door to the River. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1960-1961:
 0 through 9. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1962: 
Large Trademark with Eight Spotlights. Artist: Ed Ruscha.
1960:
Pacific Ocean (from Infinity Nets Series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
1966: 
Self Portrait as a Fountain (photograph). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1967: 
Art Make-Up (series of four videos). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1969: 
Phil. Artist: Chuck Close.
1971: 
I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari. 1982: Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1983: 
Hollywood Africans. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat.
2005:
Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.
2006:
Spiral Woman (two watercolor etchings). Artist: Louise Bourgeois.

Brooklyn Museum
1814: Wounded Cuirassier Leaving the Field of Battle. Artist: Théodore Gericault.
c. 1875-1920: 
Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.
1956: 
First Personage. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
2002:
Born (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.

Neue Galerie
1898: Kneeling Youth (marble). Artist: George Minne.
1907: 
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. Artist: Gustav Klimt.

Calder Foundation
1937: Devil Fish. Artist: Alexander Calder.

National Academy Museum
1973: Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of 36 Attempts) (series of 12 photographs). Artist: John Baldessari.

Visual Arts Museum
1975: Wall Drawing #260. Artist: Sol LeWitt.

P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Queens
1986: Meeting (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell.
Meeting, a skyspace by James Turrell at PS1 Contemporary MOMA, in Brooklyn, New York.
Meeting, a skyspace by James Turrell at PS1 Contemporary Art Center in Queens, New York.

1955-1964: Sets & Costumes, Merce Cunningham Dance Co. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg.  Temporary performances.

Crack Is Wack Park
1986: Crack Is Wack (mural). Artist: Keith Haring.
A mural by Keith Haring in Crack Is Wack Park in New York City.
Keith Haring’s Crack Is Wack mural in Crack Is Wack Park in New York City.

Second Floor Men’s Room, LGBT Community Center
1989: Once Upon A Time (mural). Artist: Keith Haring.
A mural by Keith Haring entitled Once Upon A Time, is located in the 2nd floor bathroom of the LGBT Center in New York City.
Keith Haring’s mural Once Upon A Time is located in the 2nd floor bathroom of the LGBT Center in New York City.

Liberty Island
1886: Statue of Liberty. Artists Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (exterior); Gustav Eiffel (interior); Richard Morris Hunt (pedestal).
The Statue of Liberty, on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
The Statue of Liberty, on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.

Poughkeepsie
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College
1959: White Columns (from Dawn’s Wedding Feast). Artist: Louise Nevelson.

Rochester
International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House
1844: Portrait of Louis Daguerre (daguerreotype). Photographer: Jean Baptiste Sabatier-Blot.

Tarrytown
Rockefeller Estate
1962-1965: Knife Edge Two Piece. Artist: Henry Moore.
Knife Edge Two Piece by Henry Moore, at the Rockefeller Estate in Tarrytown, New York.
Knife Edge Two Piece by Henry Moore, at the Rockefeller Estate in Tarrytown, New York.

North Carolina

Durham
Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Winston-Salem
Wake Forest University Art Collection
1994-1995: My Blue Lake (print). Artist: Kiki Smith.

Ohio

Cincinnati
2003: Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art. Architect: Zaha Hadid.
The Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Zaha Hadid.
The Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Zaha Hadid.

Cincinnati Art Museum
c. 1190-1224: The Four Sages of Shangshan. Artist: Ma Yuan.
1760: Portrait of Ann Ford (later Mrs. Thicknesse). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1778: The Cottage Door. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Taft Museum of Art
1858-1859: At the Piano. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.

Cleveland
1998: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Architect: I.M. Pei.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, by I.M. Pei, in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, by I.M. Pei, in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland Museum of Art
c. 3000-1500 BCE: Flame-Style Vessels (Jomon Culture). Artists: Unknown.
1395-1410: Mourners, Tomb of Philip the Bold. Artists: Claus Sluter & Claus de Werve.
c. 1648: The Holy Family on the Steps. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1834–1835: The Burning of the Houses of Parliament. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1873: Reading. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze cast, 1916). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1903: La Vie. Artist: Pablo Picasso.

Columbus
Port Columbus International Airport
1984: Brushstrokes in Flight.  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
Brushstrokes in Flight, by Roy Lichtenstein, at the XXX Internataional Ariport, in XXX, XXX.
Brushstrokes in Flight, by Roy Lichtenstein, at Port Columbus International Airport, in Columbus, Ohio.

Columbus Museum of Art
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1968-1970: Oval with Points. Artist: Henry Moore.

Oberlin
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College
1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1915: Self-Portrait as a Soldier. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
1947: The Plough and the Song. Artist: Arshile Gorky.

Toledo
Toledo Museum of Art
1590-1595: The Agony in the Garden. Artist: El Greco.

Youngstown
Butler Institute of American Art
1872: Snap the Whip. Artist: Winslow Homer.

Oklahoma

Norman
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma.
1886: Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Ownership in dispute.

Oregon

Eugene
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon
1973: Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of 36 Attempts) (series of 12 photographs). Artist: John Baldessari.

Pennsylvania

Elkins Park
1954: Beth Sholom Synagogue. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
Beth Sholom Synagogue, by Frank Lloyd Wright, in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
Beth Sholom Synagogue, by Frank Lloyd Wright, in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.

Mill Run
1936-1939: Fallingwater (Kaufmann Residence). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
Fallingwater, by Frank Lloyd Wright, near Mill Run, Pennsylvania.
Fallingwater, by Frank Lloyd Wright, near Mill Run, Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia
1929-1932: PSFS Building (Loews Philadelphia Hotel). Architects: George Howe & William Lescaze.

Byrne Federal Courthouse
1976: Bicentennial Dawn. Artist: Louise Nevelson.
Bicentennial Dawn, by Louise Nevelson, at the Byrne Federal Courthouse in Philadelphia.
Bicentennial Dawn, by Louise Nevelson, at the Byrne Federal Courthouse in Philadelphia.

Fairmount Park
1981: Lines in Four Directions in Flowers. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Temporary installation (2015-2017).
Lines in Four Directions with Flowers by Sol LeWitt, installed in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Lines in Four Directions with Flowers by Sol LeWitt, installed in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
c.  2600-2400 BCE: Ram in a Thicket (Sumerian). Artist: Unknown.
518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown.
c. 650-673 CE: Portraits of Emperor Taizong’s Six Favorite War Steeds (Tang Dynasty). Artist: Yan Liben.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
c. 1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1768-1770: River Landscape. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1834–1835:The Burning of the Houses of Parliament. Artist: J.M.W. Turner.
1875: The Gross Clinic. Artist: Thomas Eakins.
1884: The Life Line. Artist: Winslow Homer.
1885: Portrait of Alexander J. Cassatt and His Son, Robert Kelso Cassatt. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1884-1887: The Large Bathers. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1888: Sunflowers. Artist: Vincent van Gogh.
1890: At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1898-1906: The Large Bathers. Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1916: The Kiss. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1911: Half Past Three (The Poet). Artist: Marc Chagall.
1912: Portrait of Mademoiselle Pogany (I) (marble cast, 1912). Artist: Constantin Brancusi.
1912: Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2. Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1913: The Soothsayer’s Recompense. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1916: Princess X (bronze). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1917: Fountain (replica, 1950). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1915-1923: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass). Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1923: Bird in Space (two casts: (1) white marble, 1923-1924; (2) bronze, 1924). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1925: Fish Magic. Artist: Paul Klee.
1926: Dog Barking at the Moon. Artist: Joan Miró.
1922-1929: Large Seated Nude. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1936: Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War). Artist: Salvador Dalí.
1939-1941: People at Night, Guided by the Phosphorescent Tracks of Snails (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.
1951–1953: Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance I. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1958-1961: Elegy to the Spanish Republic. Artist: Robert Motherwell.
1964: Brillo Boxes. Artist: Andy Warhol.
1946–1966: Étant donnés: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas. Artist: Marcel Duchamp.
1967: The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign) (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
1978: Fifty Days at Iliam (series of ten panels). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1984: Nigredo. Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1958-1985: Lightning with Stag in its Glare (installation). Artist: Joseph Beuys. On loan to MassMoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts.

Rodin Museum
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast, 1925). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1917: The Gates of Hell (bronze cast, 1926-1928). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

Barnes Foundation
1888: The Models. Artist: Georges Seurat.
1890-1892: The Card Players: Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1905-1906: Joy of Life (Le Bonheur de Vivre). Artist: Henri Matisse.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
1893: The Fox Hunt. Artist: Winslow Homer.

Pittsburgh
1981-1984: PPG Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee.
PPG Place, by ___, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
PPG Place, by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Carnegie Museum of Art
c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figure. Artist: Unknown.
1916-1936: The Old King. Artist: Georges Rouault.
1941-1946: Nude in Bathtub (Nude in the Bath and Small Dog). Artist: Pierre Bonnard.
1952-1953: Woman VI. Artist: Willem de Kooning.
1960-1961: Walking Man I. Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1983: Dem Unbekannten Maler (To the Unknown Painter). Artist: Anselm Kiefer.
1984-1985: Watchtower II. Artist: Sigmar Polke.
2007: Noses & Ears, Etc.: Profile with Ear and Nose (Color). Artist: John Baldessari.

Rhode Island

Providence
Rhode Island School of Design Museum
1968: Untitled (from the Blackboard Paintings, aka Gray Paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly.

Tennessee

Nashville
Fisk University
1927: Radiator Building – Night, New York. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.  Co-owned with Crystal Bridge Museum.

Texas

Austin
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
1826: View from the Window at Le Gras. Photographer: Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.
1940: Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird. Artist: Frida Kahlo.

Dallas
1970: John F. Kennedy Memorial. Architect: Philip Johnson.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial in Dallas, Texas, which was designed by Philip Johnson.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial in Dallas, Texas, was designed by Philip Johnson.

AT&T Stadium
2001: Sky Mirror. Artist: Anish Kapoor.
Anish Kapoor's Sky Mirror at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Photo by James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys.
Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Photo by James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys.

Muzeion Dallas
c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown.

Nasher Sculpture Center
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1907-1908: The Kiss. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.

Dallas Museum of Art
1938-1943: Place de la Concorde. Artist: Piet Mondrian.

Fort Worth
1961: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. Architect: Philip Johnson.
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, by Philip Johnson, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, by Philip Johnson, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Kimbell Art Museum
1637-1640: The Seven Sacraments (first series): Ordination. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1939-1941: Awakening in the Early Morning (from Constellations). Artist: Joan Miró.

Houston
1964-1967: Rothko Chapel (series of 14 paintings). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1976: Pennzoil Place. Architect: Philip Johnson.
1987: The Menil Collection. Architect: Renzo Piano.
The Menil Collection building, by Renzo Piano, in Houston, Texas.
The Menil Collection building, by Renzo Piano, in Houston, Texas.

Live Oak Friends Meeting House
2000: One Accord (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell.

Rice University
2012: Twilight Epiphany (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell.
Twilight Epiphany, a skyspace by James Turrell at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
Twilight Epiphany, a skyspace by James Turrell at Rice University in Houston, Texas.

The Menil Collection
1572: The Four Seasons: Winter. Artist: Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
1916: Metaphysical Interior with Biscuits. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico.
1953: Golconda. Artist: René Magritte.
1994: Untitled (Say Goodbye Catullus, to the Shores of Asia Minor). Artist: Cy Twombly.

Museum of Fine Arts
1861: Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde.
1923: Gray Line with Black, Blue and Yellow. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe.
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1999: The Light Inside (installation). Artist: James Turrell.
2004: Sisters, Saints and Sibyls (multimedia). Artist: Nan Goldin. Co-owned by Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Marfa
The Chiniti Foundation
1982-1986: Untitled (installation of 100 mill-aluminum boxes). Artist: Donald Judd.

Utah

Great Salt Lake
1970: Spiral Jetty. Artist: Robert Smithson.
Spiral Jetty.
Spiral Jetty, by Robert Smithson, at the Great Salt Lake in Utah.

Salt Lake City
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
1959: Infinity Nets (from the Infinity Nets series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.

Vermont

Middlebury
Middlebury Museum of Art
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.

Virginia

Barboursville
1822: Barboursville (House of James Barbour). Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Burned 1884, leaving ruins.

Charlotte Courthouse
1822-1823: Charlotte County Courthouse. Architect: Thomas Jefferson.
Charlotte County Courthouse in County Courthouse, Virginia, was built using a design by Thomas Jefferson.
Charlotte County Courthouse in Charlotte Courthouse, Virginia, was built using a design by Thomas Jefferson.

Charlottesville
1802-1803: George Divers House (addition) (now ‘Jefferson Room’, Farmington Country Club). Architect: Thomas Jefferson.
1817-1826: Academical Village, University of Virginia (including The Lawn and the Rotunda). Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Rotunda burned 1895, rebuilt 1898-1899.

Near Charlottesville
1768-1809: Monticello. Architect: Thomas Jefferson.
Thomas Jefferson designed Monticello, his Virginia estate.
Thomas Jefferson designed Monticello, his Virginia estate.

Near Lynchburg
1806–1826: Poplar Forest. Architect: Thomas Jefferson.
Poplar Forest, designed by Thomas Jefferson, is located in XXX, Virginia.
Poplar Forest, designed by Thomas Jefferson, is located near Lynchburg, Virginia.

Richmond
1785-1788: Virginia State Capitol. Architects: Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clérisseau.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
1625-1630: Sleeping Venus. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi.

Washington

Seattle
1962: Space Needle. Architects: John Graham & Edward E. Carlson.
1999-2000: Experience Music Project. Architect: Frank Gehry.
2004: Seattle Central Library. Architects: Rem Koolhaas & Joshua Prince-Ramus.
An aerial view of the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington, which was designed by Frank Gehry.
An aerial view of the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington, which was designed by Frank Gehry.

Seattle Art Museum
1923: Bird in Space (bronze cast, 1926). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.

Washington, D.C.

1792-1801: The White House. Architects: James Hoban; Benjamin Latrobe. Additional work: 1814-1817; 1824-1829; 1901.
1793-1811: United States Capitol. Architects: William Thornton; Benjamin Latrobe; Charles Bulfinch; Thomas Walter & August Schoenborn. Additional work: 1814-1826; 1851-1865.
1848-1854: Washington Monument. Architect: Robert Mills. Additional work: 1877-1884.
1907: Union Station. Architect: Daniel Hudson Burnham.
1974-1978: East Wing, National Gallery of Art. Architect: I.M. Pei.
1982: Vietnam Veterans Memorial (“The Wall”). Architect: Maya Lin.
1907-1990: Washington National Cathedral. Architects: George Frederick Bodley, Henry Vaughan, Philip Hubert Frohman.
The interior of Union Station located in Washington, D.C. and designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham.
The interior of Union Station in Washington, D.C., which was designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham.

National Gallery of Art
1423-1425: Portrait of a Young Man. Artist: Masaccio.
1434-1436: The Annunciation. Artist: Jan van Eyck.
1450: The Youthful David (decorative shield). Artist: Andrea del Castagno.
1460: Portrait of a Lady. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden.
c. 1505-1510: Adoration of the Shepherds. Artist: Giorgione (or possibly Titian).
1511 (or 1520): The Small Crucifixion. Artist: Matthias Grünewald.
1514: The Feast of the Gods. Artist: Giovanni Bellini.
1575-1580: Christ at the Sea of Galilee. Artist: Tintoretto.
1610-1614: Laocoön. Artist: El Greco.
1635-1640: The Repentent Magdalen Artist: Georges de la Tour.
1637-1640: The Seven Sacraments (first series): Baptism. Artist: Nicolas Poussin.
1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching) (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1653: The Three Crosses (print). Artist: Rembrandt.
1658-1660: A Dutch Courtyard. Artist: Pieter de Hooch.
1662-1663: Woman Holding a Balance. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1665-1667: Girl with a Red Hat. Artist: Johannes Vermeer.
1720: The Italian Comedians. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau.
1778: Watson and the Shark. Artist: John Singleton Copley. (original)
1785-1787: Portrait of Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1785-1787: Her Grace Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough.
1812: The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries. Artist: Jacques-Louis David.
1834: Forest of Fontainebleau. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1862: Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl. Artist: James McNeill Whistler.
1864: The Dead Toreador. Artist: Édouard Manet.
1866: Louis-Auguste Cezanne, the Artist’s Father, Reading ‘L’Evenement.’ Artist: Paul Cézanne.
1867: Ville d’Avray. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.
1869: The Harbor at Lorient. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1869-1870: The Mother and Sister of the Artist. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1875: Hanging the Laundry out to Dry (Peasant Hanging out the Washing). Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1875 (or 1886): In the Dining Room. Artist: Berthe Morisot.
1873-1876: Breezing Up (A Fair Wind). Artist: Winslow Homer.
1878: Little Girl in a Blue Armchair. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1880-1881: The Thinker (bronze, cast 1901). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1881: Little Dancer of Fourteen Years (original wax, plaster cast & nude study). Artist: Edgar Degas.
1884: Children Playing on the Beach (Children on the Beach). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1886: Child in a Straw Hat. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1886: Girl Arranging her Hair. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1890-1891: In the Omnibus (prints). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: Woman Bathing (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: The Coiffure (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1891: The Lamp (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1893-1894: The Boating Party. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1894: Rue des Moulins: The Medical Inspection. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
1899: The Water Lily Pond (The Japanese Bridge). Artist: Claude Monet.
1905: The Open Window, Collioure. Artist: Henri Matisse.
1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde.
1910-1911: Head. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1919: Gypsy Woman with Baby. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.
1921-1922; The Farm. Artist: Joan Miró.
1933: The Human Condition (I). Artist: René Magritte.
1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (bronze cast). Artist: Alberto Giacometti.
1938: Entrance to Subway (Subway Scene). Artist: Mark Rothko.
1926-1942: The Artist and His Mother. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1944: One Year the Milkweed. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1950: Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist). Artist: Jackson Pollock.
1961: Look Mickey.  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein.
1960: Infinity Nets Yellow (from Infinity Nets series). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
1971: Wall Drawing #65. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
1974: Cheval Rouge (Red Horse). Artist: Alexander Calder.
1976: Colored Paper Image III (Blue Black Curves) (original). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. 1976: Colored Paper Image XII (Blue Curve with Brown and Gray) (original). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly.
1977-1982: Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns.
1978: Cycnus (sculpture). Artist: Cy Twombly.
1982: Perilous Night. Artist: Jasper Johns.
1985: Fanny/Fingerpainting. Artist: Chuck Close.
1996: Spider. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1999: Four-Sided Pyramid. Artist: Sol LeWitt.
An interior view of the I.M. Pei-designed East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
An interior view of the I.M. Pei-designed East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Smithsonian American Art Museum
1873: Spanish Dancer Wearing a Lace Mantilla. Artist: Mary Cassatt.
1964–1965: Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs (complete set). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. 1967: Art Make-Up (series of four videos). Artist: Bruce Nauman.
2000: Self-Portrait. Artist: Chuck Close.
2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker.
An interior view of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.
An Interior view of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.

National Portrait Gallery
1880: Self-Portrait. Artist: Mary Cassatt.

The Phillips Collection
1880-1881: Luncheon of the Boating Party. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1953: Green and Maroon. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1954: Ochre and Red on Red. Artist: Mark Rothko.
1956: Green and Tangerine on Red. Artist: Mark Rothko.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
1889: The Burghers of Calais (bronze cast 1943). Artist: Auguste Rodin.
1909-1910: Sleeping Muse I (marble cast)Artist: Constantin Brâncusi.
1930-1931: The Back (IV) (bronze cast). Artist: Henri Matisse.
1943: Waterfall. Artist: Arshile Gorky.
1947–1949: The Blind Leading the Blind. Artist: Louise Bourgeois.
1952: King and Queen. Artist: Henry Moore.
1970: The Cremation Project. Artist: John Baldessari.
The Burghers of Calais, by Auguste Rodin, in the Hirshorn Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
The Burghers of Calais, by Auguste Rodin, in the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

Freer Gallery of Art
c. 1060-1090: Autumn in the River Valley (Clearing Autumn Skies over Mountains and Valleys). Artist: Guo Xi.

National Museum of Women in the Arts
1959: White Column (from Dawn’s Wedding Feast). Artist: Louise Nevelson.

National Museum of African Art
1994: Felix in Exile (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge.

Library of Congress
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece illustration for Europe: A Prophecy) (Copy E). Artist: William Blake.
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834 (print). Artist: Honoré Daumier.

Wisconsin

Milwaukee
1994-2001: Quadracci Pavilion, Milwaukee Art Museum. Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
The Quadrucci Pavilion, part of the Milwaukee Art Museum, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and designed by Santiago Calatrava.
The Quadracci Pavilion, part of the Milwaukee Art Museum, is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and was designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Racine
1936-1939: Johnson Wax Building (Johnson Wax Headquarters). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.

Spring Green
1925: Taliesin (third version). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.
Taliesin, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Taliesin, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

SOUTH AMERICA

ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
1889: The Kiss (plaster cast). Artist: Auguste Rodin.

BRAZIL

Belo Horizonte, Pampulha
1943: Church of Saint Francis of Assisi (Igreja de Sao Francisco de Assis). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Pampulha, Brazil, designed by Oscar Niemeyer.
The Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Pampulha, Brazil was designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

Brasília
1957-1958: Palácio da Alvorada (Presidential Palace). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
1957-1964: National Congress of Brazil. Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
1958-1970: Cathedral of Brasília (Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Aparecida). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
The National Congress of Brazil, in the capital city of Brasilia, designed by Oscar Niemeyer.
The National Congress of Brazil, in the capital city of Brasilia, was designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

Curitiba, Paraná
2001-2002: Oscar Niemeyer Museum (Museu Oscar Niemeyer; ‘Museum of the Eye’). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.

Inhotim
2009: Narcissus Garden (series of installations beginning 1966). Artist: Yayoi Kusama.
Narcissus Garden, an installation by Yayoi Kusama in Inhotim, Brazil.
Narcissus Garden, an installation by Yayoi Kusama in Inhotim, Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro
1996: Niterói Contemporary Art Museum (Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer.
Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Salvador de Bahia
1986: The Martin Bormann Gas Station. Artist: Martin Kippenberger.

São Paulo
Museu de Arte Contemporânea
1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (original plaster cast, 1913 and bronze cast, 1960). Artist: Umberto Boccioni.
1919: Self-Portrait. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani.

CHILE

Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
1250-1500: Moai. Artists: Unknown.
Moai statues facing inland on Rapa Nui.
Most of the Moai statues on Rapa Nui originally faced inland.

PERU

Cusco Region
c. 1450: Machu Picchu (numerous buildings). Architect: Unknown.
A view of Machu Picchu in the Andes of Peru.
A view of Machu Picchu in the Andes of Peru.

Lambayeque
Bruning Archaeological Museum
c. 100-800 CE: Ear Ornaments (Moche Culture; Peru). Artists: Unknown.

Lima
Museo Larco
c. 100-800 CE: Ear Ornaments (Moche Culture; Peru). Artists: Unknown.

Museo Nacional Antropologia
c. 100-800 CE: Portrait Vessels (Moche Culture, Peru). Artists: Unknown.

Nazca Desert
200 BCE-500 CE: Nazca Lines. Artists: Unknown.
A bird figure is one of the many designs made by ancient peoples in the Nazca Desert of Peru.
A bird figure is one of the many designs made by ancient peoples in the Nazca Desert of Peru.

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