Visual Arts Checklist

This checklist contains every work of visual art (excluding most films) on any of my lists: it includes painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, drawings, installations, performance art, video art and some decorative art. If the work is highlighted in Royal Blue, that means I have seen it. Abbreviations as follows: (A) architecture; (P) painting; (D) drawing; (S) sculpture; (Ph) photograph; (E/P) engraving/print; (DA) decorative art; (I) installation; (V) video or film; (PA) performance art; (C) collage; (M) mosaic; (MM) mixed media; (F) fountain; (BI) book illustration or illumination; (CA) conceptual art; (O) other.

38,000 BCE – 3000 BCE
c. 38,000 BCE: Lion Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel. Artist: Unknown. Location: Ulmer Museum, Ulm, Germany. (S)
c. 30,000-28,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Chauvet Cave. Artists: Unknown. Location: Ardèche, France. (P)
c. 28,000-25,000 BCE: Venus of Willendorf. Artist: Unknown. Location: Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna. (S)
c. 25,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Pech-Merle. Artists: Unknown. Location: Cabarets, France.
c. 24,000-22,000 BCE: Venus of Brassempouy. Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée d’Archéologie Nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. (S)
c. 23,000 BCE: Venus of Laussel. Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée d’Aquitaine, Bordeaux, France. (S)
c. 23,000-21,000 BCE: Venus of Kostenki. Artist: Unknown. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (S)
c. 18,000-10,000 BCE: Bison Licking Insect Bite (Bison with Turned Head). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Museum of Prehistory, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, France. (S)
c. 15,000-13,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Lascaux Caves. Artists: Unknown. Location: Montignac, France. (P)
c. 15,000-10,000 BCE: Bison Reliefs, Le Tuc d’Audoubert Cave. Artist: Unknown. Location: Ariège, France. (S)
c. 13,000-11,000 BCE: Cave Paintings, Altamira Cave. Artists: Unknown. Location: Cantabria, Spain. (P)
c. 11,000 BCE: Ritual Scene, Addaura Cave. Artists: Unknown. Location: Monte Pelligrino, Sicily, Italy.
c. 7000-6000 BCE: Plastered Human Skulls. Artists: Unknown. Location: Jordan Archaeological Museum, Amman, Jordan. (S)
c. 6000 BCE: Seated Woman of Çatal Hüyük. Artist: Unknown. Location: Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara, Turkey. (S)
c. 5000 BCE: Thinker of Cernavoda (Ganditorul) (Hamangia Culture). Artist: Unknown. Location: National History and Archaeology Museum, Constanța, Romania. (S)
c. 3300-2300 BCE: Cycladic Figurines. Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 3100-3000 BCE: Palette of Narmer. Artist: Unknown. Location: Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt. (S)

3000 BCE-1000 BCE
c. 3000-1500 BCE: Flame-Style Vessels (Jomon Culture). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio; Nagaoka Municipal Science Museum, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. (DA)
c. 2900-2550 BCE: Tell Asmar Hoard. Artists: Unknown. Locations: National Museum of Iraq, Bagdad; Oriental Institute, Chicago, Illinois; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (S)
c. 2700-1900 BCE: Mohenjo-Daro Seals (Indus Valley/Harappan). Artists: Unknown. Location: Various locations, including British Museum, London. (DA) (S)
c.  2600-2400 BCE: Ram in a Thicket (Sumerian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Pair of artifacts: (1) British Museum, London; (2) University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia. (DA)
c. 2600-2400 BCE: Standard of Ur (Sumerian). Artist: Unknown.  Location: British Museum, London. (DA)
c. 2600-2400 BCE: Stonehenge. Artists/Architects: Unknown. Location: Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, UK. (A) (S)
c.  2570-2550 BCE: Statue of Chephren (Khafre Enthroned) (Egyptian). Artist: Unknown Location: Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt. (S)
2560-2540 BCE: Great Pyramid of Giza (Egyptian). Architect: Unknown. Location: Giza, Egypt. (A)
2558-2532 BCE: Great Sphinx of Giza (Egyptian). Architect: Unknown: Location: Giza, Egypt. (A) (S)
c. 2400-2200 BCE: Head of Sargon, King of Akkad (Akkadian). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad. (S)
c. 2350-2200 BCE: Victory Stele of Naram-Sin (Akkadian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 2100-1900 BCE: Shaft-Hole Axe-Head (Bactrian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (DA)
c. 2000-1600 BCE: Frescoes, Akrotiri, Thera (Minoan). Artists: Unknown. Locations: National Archaeological Museum, Athens; Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santorini, Greece. (P)
c. 1792-1750 BCE: Stele of Hammurabi. Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S) 
c. 1650-1600 BCE: Snake Goddess. Artist: Unknown. Location: Heraklion Archeological Museum, Heraklion, Crete, Greece. (S) 
c. 1550–1500 BCE: Mask of Agamemnon (Mycenean). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 1550-1450 BCE: Harvester Vase. Artist: Unknown. Location: Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Heraklion, Crete, Greece. (S)
c. 1500-1400: Vaphio Cups. Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archeological Museum, Athens. (DA)
c. 1500-1000 BCE: Colossal Heads (Olmec Culture). Artists: Unknown. Locations: The 17 heads are located as follows: Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City (2); Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Xalapa, Mexico (7); Museo Comunitario de San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan, Texistepec, Mexico (1); Parque-Museo La Venta, Villahaermosa, Mexico (3); Museo del Estado de Tabasco, Villahermosa, Mexico (1); Santiago Tuxtla Plaza, Santiago Tuxtla, Mexico (2); Museo Comunitario de Tres Zapotes, Santiago Tuxtla, Mexico (1). (S)
c. 1493-1213 BCE: Precinct of Amun-Re, Karnak Temple Complex (Ancient Egyptian). Architects: Unknown.  Location: Near Luxor, Egypt. A small temple to Amun-Re was present on the site as early as 2112-2063 BCE, and construction continued until approximately 30 BCE. (A)
c. 1450 BCE: Toreador Fresco (Bull-Leaping Fresco). Artist: Unknown. Location: Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Heraklion, Crete, Greece. (F)
c. 1400 BCE: Lion Gate, Hattusa. Artist: Unknown. Location: Boğazkale, Turkey. (S)
c. 1390-1350 BCE: Nebamun Hunting Fowl in the Marshes (Egyptian). Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (P)
c. 1353-1334 BCE: Akhenaten and His Family (Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their Children) (Egyptian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt. (S)
c. 1345 BCE: Bust of Queen Nefertiti (Egyptian). Artist: Thutmose (attrib.). Location: Egyptian Museum, Berlin. (S)
1333-1323 BCE: Funerary Mask of Tutankhamun (Egyptian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt. (S) (DA)
c. 1300-1200 BCE: Lion Gate, Mycenae. Artist: Unknown. Location: Mycenae, Argolid, Greece. (S)
c. 1150-1050 BCE: You Vessel in the Shape of a Feline (La Tigresse) (Shang Dynasty). Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée Cernuschi, Paris. (DA)

999 BCE-1 BCE
c. 900-700 BCE: Lioness Devouring a Boy (Assyrian/Phoenician). Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (S) (DA)
c. 710-705 BCE: Human-Headed Winged Bulls (Lamassu) (Assyrian). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Lamassu from Sargon II’s palace are located at the Musée du Louvre, Paris (3); Oriental Institute, Chicago (1). (S)
c. 645-635 BCE: Ashurbanipal Hunting Lions (Lion Hunt Frieze) (Assyrian). Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (S)
c. 600-580 BCE: New York Kouros (Metropolitan Kouros) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (S)
c. 575 BCE: Ishtar Gate (Babylonian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Pergamon Museum, Berlin. (S)
570-560 BCE: Kore (Hera of Samos) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 530 BCE: Peplos Kore (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Acropolis Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 530-500 BCE: Sarcophagus of the Spouses (Etruscan). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia in Rome. (S)
c. 515 BCE: Euphronios Krater (Sarpedon Krater) (Ancient Greek). Artists: Euphronios (painter) & Euxitheos (potter). Location: National Etruscan Museum, Villa Giulia, Rome. (DA)
c. 550-500 BCE: Temples of Paestum (Ancient Greek). Architect: Unknown. Location: Near Naples, Italy. (A)
c. 518-465 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Persepolis (Persian). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including the ruins of Persepolis in Fars Province, Iran, British Museum, London; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK; Oriental Institute, Chicago; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, France; Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 500 BCE-200 CE: Seated Figures (Nok Culture). Artists: Unknown. Location: Examples at Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Musée du Louvre/Musée du Quai Branly, Paris; Barakat Gallery, Beverly Hills, California; Muzeion Dallas, Texas. (S)
c. 490-480 BCE: Fallen Warrior (Dying Warrior), Temple of Aphaia (Ancient Greek). Location: Glyptothek, Munich, Germany. (S)   
c. 480 BCE: Kritios Boy (Ancient Greek). Artist: Kritios (attrib.). Location: Acropolis Museum, Athens. (S).
c. 480-450 BCE: Wall Paintings, Tomb of the Leopards (Etruscan). Location: Tarquinia, Lazio, Italy. (P)
c. 478 or 474 BCE: Charioteer of Delphi (Ancient Greek). Location: Delphi Archaeological Museum, Delphi, Greece.
c. 470-460 BCE: Ludovisi Throne (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome. (S)
c. 460 BCE: Artemision Bronze (Zeus/Poseidon of Artemision) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 460-450 BCE: The Discus Thrower (Ancient Greek). Artist: Myron. Location: Greek bronze original is lost; best Roman marble copy is Palombra Discobolus, at National Museum of Rome. (S)
c. 460-420 BCE: Riace Bronzes (Riace Warriors) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia, Reggio Calabria, Italy. (S)
c. 450-440 BCE: Doryphoros (Spear-Bearer) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Polykleitos. Location: Museo Archaeologico Nazionale, Naples.
c. 450-400 BCE: Basse-Yutz Flagons (Celtic/La Tène). Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (DA)
c. 447-440 BCE: Athena Parthenos (Statue of Athena; Athena the Virgin) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Phidias. Location: Greek bronze original is lost. Best marble copy (much reduced) is at National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 443-438 BCE: Parthenon Frieze (Ancient Greek). Artist: Phidias (attrib.). Locations: Parthenon, Athens (portion); British Museum, London (portion); Musée du Louvre, Paris (small portion). (S)
c. 438-432: Three Goddesses [Ancient Greek]. Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (S)
c. 477-432 BCE: Parthenon (Ancient Greek). Architects: Ictinus & Callicrates. Location: Acropolis, Athens. (A)
c. 421–405 BCE: Erechtheion (Temple of Erechtheum) (Ancient Greek). Architect: Mnesicles. Location: Acropolis, Athens. (A)
c. 500-400 BCE: Acropolis (includes numerous temples and other buildings) (Ancient Greek). Architects: Unknown. Location: Athens. (A)
c. 400 BCE–900 CE: Tikal (numerous buildings) (Mayan). Architects: Unknown. Location: Tikal National Park, GuaItemala. (A)
c. 400 BCE-900 CE: Relief Sculptures and Murals, Tikal (Mayan). Artists: Unknown. Location: Tikal National Park, Guatemala. (S) (P)
c. 370-310 BCE: Farnese Hercules (Farnese Herakles) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Lysippos. Location: Bronze Greek original is lost.  Best Roman marble copy (by Glykon, c. 218 CE) is at Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples. (S)
c. 357-350 BCE: Amazon Frieze, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus (Ancient Greek/Persian). Artists: Leochares, Bryaxis, Scopas of Paros & Timotheus. Location: British Museum, London. (S)
c. 350-330 BCE: Aphrodite of Knidos (Aphrodite of Cnidus; Venus Pudica) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles. Location: Original Greek bronze is lost. Roman marble copies are located at Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican City (Colonna Venus); Musée du Louvre, Paris (Kaufmann Head); Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli, Italy. (S)
c. 350-330 BCE: Hermes and the Infant Dionysus (Ancient Greek). Artist: Praxiteles (attrib.). Location: Archaeological Museum of Olympia, Olympia, Greece. (S)
c. 350-320 BCE: Apollo Belvedere (Apollo of the Belvedere; Pythian Apollo) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Leochares. Location: Bronze Greek original is lost.  Best Roman marble copy (120-140 CE) is at Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican City. (S)
c. 350-50 BCE: Battersea Shield (Celtic). Artist: Unknown. Location: British Museum, London. (DA) (S)
c. 340 BCE: Antikythera Ephebe (Youth of Antikythera) [Ancient Greek]. Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)

c. 340-330 BCE: Marathon Boy (Ephebe of Marathon) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 250 BCE: Lion Capital of Ashoka (Mauryan). Artist: Unknown. Location: Archaeological Museum, Sarnath, India. (S)
c. 230-220 BCE: Dying Gaul (The Dying Galatian) (Ancient Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Bronze Greek original is lost. Best Roman marble copy is at Museo Capitolini, Vatican City. (S)
c. 220 BCE: The Barberini Faun (Drunken Satyr) [Hellenist Greek]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Glyptothek, Munich, Germany.
c. 246-208 BCE: Terracotta Army (Qin Dynasty). Artists: Unknown. Location: Tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, Xi’an, China. (S)
700-200 BCE: The Great Wall. Architects: Unknown. Location: Northern China. Additional work: 1400-1600. (A)
c. 200-190 BCE: Winged Victory of Samothrace (Nike of Samothrace) (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 200-100 BCE: The Three Graces (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Bronze Greek original is lost. Best Roman marble copies are at: Piccolomini Library, Cathedral of Siena, Italy; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (S)
200 BCE-500 CE: Nazca Lines. Artists: Unknown. Location: Nazca Desert; Peru. (S)
c. 200 BCE-650 CE: Murals, Ajanta Caves [Indian]. Artists: Unknown. Location: Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. (P)
c. 180 BCE: Pergamon Altar Frieze (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Unknown. Location: Pergamon Museum, Berlin. (S)
c. 130-100 BCE: Venus de Milo (Aphrodite of Milos) (Hellenist Greek). Artist: Alexandros of Antioch. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 100 BCE: The Battle of Issus (Alexander Mosaic) [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown: Location: National Archaeological Museum in Naples. (M)
c. 100-75 BCE: Bronze Portrait Head, Delos [Hellenist Greek]. Artist: Unknown. Location: National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (S)
c. 75-50 BCE: Head of a Roman Patrician [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Palazzo Torlonia, Rome. (S)
c. 60-40 BCE: Frescoes, Villa of the Mysteries (Ancient Roman). Artist: Unknown.  Location: Near the ruins of Pompeii, southern Italy. (P)
c. 237-57 BCE: Temple of Horus (Temple of Edfu) (Ptolemaic Egyptian). Architect: Unknown. Location: Edfu, Egypt. (A)
c. 42-19 BCE: Laocoön and His Sons (Laocoön) (Greek/Roman). Arists: Agesander, Athenodoros & Polydorus. Location: Museo Pio-Clementino, Vatican City. (S)
c. 20 BCE: Augustus of Prima Porta [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Vatican Museums, Vatican City.
19 BCE: Basilica di Fano. Architect: Vitruvius. Location: Fano, Italy. Destroyed.
13-9 BCE: Relief Sculptures, Ara Pacis Augustae (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Location: Ara Pacis Museum, Rome. (S)
c. 150-1 BCE: Gundestrup Cauldron (Celtic/Thracian). Artist: Unknown. Location: National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen. (DA) (S)
c. 11-1 BCE: Frescoes, Villa of Agrippa Postumus, Boscotrecase (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Locations: Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)

1 CE-1199
c. 25-220 CE: Flying Horse (Galloping Horse; Flying Horse of Gansu) (East Han Dynasty). Artist: Unknown. Location: Gansu Provincial Museum, Lanzhou City, China. (S)
c. 69-96 CE: Portrait of a Flavian Woman (Fonseca Bust) [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Musei Capitolini, Rome. (S)
70-80 CE: Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre) (Roman). Architect: Unknown. Location: Rome. Additional work: 217-508 CE. (A)
82 CE: Arch of Titus [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Rome (S/A) 

c. 90-192 CE: Commodus as Hercules (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Location: Palazzo dei Conservatori, Musei Capitolini, Vatican City. (S)
c. 100-800 CE: Portrait Vessels (Moche Culture, Peru). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Museo Nacional Antropologia, Lima, Peru; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. (DA)
c. 100-800 CE: Ear Ornaments (Moche Culture; Peru). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Examples at Bruning Archaeological Museum, Lambayeque, Peru; Museo Larco, Lima, Peru; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (DA)

113 CE: Trajan’s Column (Roman). Artist: Apollodorus of Damascus (attrib.). Location: Rome. (S)

118-126 CE: Pantheon (Roman). Architect: Unknown. Location: Rome. (A) (S)
c. 173-176 CE: Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Locations: Musei Capitolini, Rome (original); Piazza di Campidiglio, Rome (replica) (S). 
100 BCE–250 CE: Teotihuacan (numerous buildings) (Mesoamerican). Architect: Unknown. Location: Near Mexico City. (A)
250-260 CE: Ludovisi Sarcophagus (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Location: Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome. (S)
200 BCE–300 CE: Petra (numerous buildings) (Greek/Roman). Architect: Unknown. Location: Ma’an Governorate, Jordan. (A)
c. 200 BCE-300 CE: Relief Sculptures, Great Stupa of Amaravati (Mauryan). Artist: Unknown. Locations: Government Museum, Chennai, India; British Museum, London. (S)
700 BCE–312 CE: Roman Forum (numerous temples and other buildings) (Roman). Architects: Unknown. Location: Rome. (A)
c. 315 CE: Arch of Constantine (Roman). Artist: Unknown. Location: Rome. (A)
c. 315: Constantine the Great (Colossus of Constantine) [Ancient Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Palazzo dei Conservatori, Musei Capitolini, Rome. (S)  
c. 300-400 CE: Obelisk of Axum (Axum Stele) (Kingdom of Axum). Artist: Unknown. Location: Axum, Ethiopia. (A) (S)
c. 359 CE: Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus [Early Christian Roman]. Artist: Unknown. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (S)  
c. 465-485 CE: Buddha Preaching the Law (Preaching Buddha). Artist: Unknown. Location: Archaeological Museum, Sarnath, India. (S)
c. 500 CE: Relief Sculptures, Vishnu Temple (Dashavatara Temple; Gupta Temple) (Guptan). Artists: Unknown. Location: Deogarh, India. (S)
c. 500-550 CE: Vienna Genesis [Byzantine]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna. (BI)
c. 525-550 CE: The Barberini Ivory (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
532-537 CE: Hagia Sophia. Architects: Isidore of Miletus & Anthemius of Tralles; Trdat. Location: Istanbul, Turkey. Additional work: 989-994 CE. (A)
526-547 CE: Basilica of San Vitale (San Vitale). Architect: Unknown. Location: Ravenna, Italy. (A)
c. 527-548 CE: Mosaics, Basilica of San Vitale (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown. Location: Ravenna, Italy. (M)
c. 550-599 CE: Rossano Gospels (Codex Purpureus Rossanensis) (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown. Location: Diocesan Museum of the Archepiscopal Palace, Rossano, Italy. (BI)
c. 550-600 CE: Virgin and Child with Saints and Angels (Virgin (Theotokos) and Child between Sts. Theodore and George) (Byzantine). Artist: Unknown. Location: St. Catherine’s Monastery, Sinai, Egypt. (P)
c. 650 CE: Descent of the Ganges (Arjuna’s Penance) (Pallavan). Artist: Unknown. Location: Mahabalipuram, India. (S)
c. 650-673 CE: The Thirteen Emperors Scroll (Tang Dynasty). Artist: Yan Liben. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
c. 650-673 CE: Portraits of Emperor Taizong’s Six Favorite War Steeds (Tang Dynasty). Artist: Yan Liben. Locations: Shaanxi Provincial Museum, Xi’an, China (portion); University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia (portion). (P)
685-691 CE: Dome of the Rock (Islamic). Architect: Unknown. Location: Jerusalem. (A)
685-691 CE: Mosaics, Dome of the Rock. Artist: Unknown. Location: Jerusalem. Exterior mosaics added 1520-1566. Renovations in 16th Century, 1817, 1917, 1965, 1993. (M)
c. 700-715 CE: Lindisfarne Gospels. Artist: Eadfrith of Lindisfarne (attrib.). Location: British Library, London. (BI)
705-715 CE: Mosaics, Great Mosque of Damascus (Umayyad Mosque). Artist: Unknown. Location: Damascus, Syria. (M)
711 CE: Hōryū-ji Temple (Learning Temple of the Flourishing Law). Architect: Unknown. Location: Ikaruga, Nara, Japan. Original 607 CE temple destroyed.  Additional work: early 12th Century; 1374; 1603. (A)
c. 800 CE: The Book of Kells. Artist: Unknown. Location: Trinity College Library, Dublin. (BI)
c. 800-820 CE: The Aachen Gospels (Carolingian). Artist: Unknown. Location: Aachen Cathedral, Aachen, Germany. (BI)
792-814 CE: Aachen Cathedral, including Palatine Chapel (Imperial Cathedral). Architect: Unknown. Location: Aachen, Germany. Additional work: 983 CE; 14th–15th centuries; 1881. (A)
c. 815-825 CE: Animal Head Post, Oseberg Viking Ship Burial. Artist: Unknown. Location: Viking Ship Museum, University of Oslo, Bygdoy, Norway. (DA) (S)
c. 816-835 CE: Ebbo Gospels. Artist: Unknown. Location: Bibliothèque Municipale, Épernay, France. (BI)
750-825 CE: Borobudur Temple. Architect: Gunadharma (attrib.) Location: Magelang, Java, Indonesia. (A)
c. 800-825 CE: Relief Sculptures, Borobudur Temple. Artist: Unknown. Location: Magelang, Java, Indonesia. (S)
847-851 CE: Great Mosque of Samarra, including Malwiya Tower (Mosque of al-Mutawakkil). Architect: Unknown. Location: Samarra, Iraq. Majority of mosque was destroyed, but Malwiya Tower remains. (A)
c. 875-925 CE: High Cross of Muiredach (Muiredach’s High Cross). Artist: Unknown. Location: Monasterboice, County Louth, Ireland. (S)
784-987 CE: Great Mosque of Córdoba (Mezquita; Cathedral of Córdoba). Architect: Unknown. Location: Córdoba, Spain. (A)
c. 950-960 CE: Paris Psalter [Byzantine]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris. (BI)
c. 950-1200: Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance. Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. (S)
c. 960-970 CE: Gero Crucifix (Gero Cross) [Carolingian]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany. (S) 
c. 990-1020: Travellers among Mountains and Streams (Travelers By Streams and Mountains). Artist: Fan Kuan. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 990-1020: Cold Woods in Snow. Artist: Fan Kuan (attribution in question). Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 997-1000 CE: Gospel Book of Otto III [Ottonian] Artists: Workshop of Liuthar. Location: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich. (BI)
c. 1000-1001: Illustrated Qur’an. Artist: Ibn al-Bawwab (Ali ibn Hilal). Location: Chester Beatty Library, Dublin. (BI)
c. 1021-1153: Capitoline Wolf (Capitoline She-Wolf) (Roman). Artists: Unknown. Location: Musei Capitolini, Vatican City. Romulus and Remus added c. 1471. (S)
c. 1060-1090: Snow Mountain. Artist: Guo Xi. Location: Shanghai Museum, Shanghai, China. (P)
c. 1060-1090: Autumn in the River Valley (Clearing Autumn Skies over Mountains and Valleys). Artist: Guo Xi. Location: Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
c. 1072: Early Spring. Artist: Guo Xi. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 1075: Bayeux Tapestry. Artist: Unknown. Location: Centre Guillaume le Conquerant, Bayeux, France. (O)
1078: Tower of London (Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress). Architects: Unknown. Location: London. White Tower built in 1078. Additional work: 1190s; 1285; 1377-1399. (A)
978-1094: St. Mark’s Basilica (Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of St. Mark). Architect: Unknown. Location: Venice, Italy.  Additional work: early 18th Century. (A)
c. 1100-1130: Our Lady of Vladimir. Artist: Unknown. Location: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. (P)
c. 1103-1117:  Relief Sculptures, South Façade (Das Pratarías), Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela [Romanesque]. Artist: Master of Estaban. Location: Galicia, Spain. (S)
c. 1115-1130: Relief Sculptures, South Portal Tympanum, St. Pierre (Moissac Abbey) [Romanesque]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France. (S)
c. 1120-1132: Mission of the Apostles (or Pentecost) Tympanum, Vézelay Abbey [Romanesque]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Vézelay, Burgundy, France. (S)
1120-1140: The Tale of Genji Scroll (Genji Monogatari Emaki). Artist: Fujiwara no Takayoshi (attrib.). Locations: Tokugawa Art Museum, Nagoya, Japan (portion); Gotoh Museum, Tokyo (portion). (P)
c. 1135: The Bury Bible. Artist: Master Hugo. Location: Parker Library, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, UK. (BI)
950-1150: Khajuraho Temples, including Kandariya Temple. Architects: Unknown. Location: Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India. (A)
1113-1150: Angkor Wat (temple complex). Architect: Unknown. Location: Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. (A)
c. 1153-1186: Reclining Buddha, Gal Vihara Temple. Artist: Unknown. Location: Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. (S)
1142-1170: Krak des Chevaliers. Architects: Unknown. Near Homs, Syria. Original Kurdish castle built 1030. Additional work: early 13th Century. (A)
c. 1180-1189: Mosaics, Cathedral of Monreale [Norman/Byzantine]. Artist: Unknown. Location: Monreale, Sicily, Italy (M)
1181: Verdun Altar (Klosterneuburg Altarpiece). Artist: Nicholas of Verdun. Location: Chapel of St. Leopold, Klosterneuburg Monastery, Klosterneuberg, Austria. (P) (O)
c. 1184: Bugaku Mask (Sanju). Artist: Jōkei. Location: Kasuga Shrine, Nara, Japan. (S)
c. 1185-1206: Kuya Preaching (The Sage Kuya, Saint Kuya). Artist: Kosho. Location: Rokuharamitsu-ji, Kyoto, Japan. (S)
c. 1185-1215: Head of Jayavarman VII (Khmer). Artist: Unknown. Location: Guimet Museum, Paris. (S)
c. 1190-1199: Nio Guardians (Kongo Rikishi). Artist: Jōkei. Location: Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Japan. (S)
c. 1190-1200: Bare Willows and Distant Mountains (Bare Willows and Distant Hills). Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
c. 1190-1210: Face Towers, Bayon [Khmer] Artist: Unknown. Location: Bayon, Cambodia.
c. 1190-1224: Walking on a Mountain Path in Spring . Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 1190-1224: Banquet by Lantern Light. Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 1190-1224: Dancing and Singing (Peasants Returning from Work). Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: Palace Museum, Beijing. (P)
c. 1190-1224: Viewing Plum Blossoms by Moonlight. Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
c. 1190-1224: Angler on a Wintry Lake (Solitary Fisherman on the River in Cold Weather). Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo. (P)
c. 1190-1224: The Four Sages of Shangshan. Artist: Ma Yuan. Location: Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. (P)
c. 1196: Statue of Yuima. Artist: Jōkei. Location: Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Japan. (S)
c. 1196: Seated Monju Bosatsu. Artist: Jōkei. Location: Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Japan. (S)

1200-1299
c. 1202: Bonten (Brahma). Artist:  Jōkei. Location: Kofuku-ji Temple, Nara, Japan. (S)
1220-1240:  Relief Sculptures, Amiens Cathedral. Artist: Unknown. Location: Amiens, France. (S)
c. 1017-1228: Mont Saint-Michel Abbey (and associated buildings). Architect: William de Volpiano (Romanesque church). Location: Le Mont St. Michel, Brittany, France. Original abbey founded 708 CE; Benedictines installed 966 CE; significant building begins 1017; Romanesque church designed 1060; additional work: 1154-1186, 1204-1228, 1421-1520. (A)
1238-1248: Sainte-Chapelle. Architects: Pierre de Montreuil;  Félix Duban. Location: Paris. Additional work: 1855. (A)
1240-1250: Castel del Monte. Architect: Unknown. Location: Apulia, Italy. (A)
c. 1145-1260: Chartres Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres). Architect: Unknown. Location: Chartres, France. Relief Sculptures, c. 1145-1220. Stained Glass, c. 1145-1235. Artist: Unknown. Additional work: 15th Century, 16th Century, 18th Century, 19th Century. (A) (S) (SG)
1255-1260: Pulpit, Pisa Baptistery. Artist: Nicola Pisano. Location: Pisa, Italy. (S)
1268-1271: Crucifix. Artist: Cimabue. Location: San Domenico Church, Arezzo, Italy. (P)
1093-1280 Durham Cathedral (Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin; St. Cuthbert of Durham). Architects: George Scott; Anthony Salvin. Location: Durham, UK. Additional work: 15th Century; 18th Century; 1854-1859. (A)
1278-1280: Madonna Enthroned with the Child, St. Francis and Four Angels. Artist: Cimabue. Location: Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi, Italy. (P)
1280-1283: The Four Evangelists Artist: Cimabue. Location: Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi, Italy. (P)
c. 1280-1290: Santa Trinita Maestà (Madonna Enthroned; Madonna and Child Enthroned with Eight Angels, Santa Trinita Madonna). Artist: Cimabue. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1283-1284: Madonna with Child and Two Angels (Crevole Madonna). Artist: Duccio. Location: Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Siena, Italy. (P)
1285: Rucellai Madonna. Artist: Duccio. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1287-1288: Assumption, Burial and Crowning of the Virgin (stained glass window). Artist: Duccio. Location: Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy. (SG)
1287-1288:  Crucifixion. Artist: Cimabue. Location: Church of Santa Croce, Florence. (P)
c. 1293: The Last Judgment [Byzantine/Gothic/Roman]. Artist: Pietro Cavallini. Location: Santa Cecilia in Trastevere, Rome. (P)

1300-1399

1300: Madonna of the Franciscans. Artist: Duccio. Location: Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, Italy. (P)
1300: Stroganoff Madonna (Stoclet Madonna). Artist: Duccio. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1300-1305: Madonna with Child and Six Angels. Artist: Duccio. Location: Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, Perugia, Italy. (P)
1301-1302: Christ in Glory between the Virgin and St. John the Evangelist. Artist: Cimabue. Location: Pisa Cathedral, Pisa, Italy. (M)
c. 1211-1305: Relief Sculptures, Reims Cathedral. Artists: Unknown. Location: Reims, France. (S)
c. 1305: Frescoes, Scrovegni Chapel (Arena Chapel). Artist: Giotto. Location: Padua, Italy. (P)
1308-1311: Maestà (Madonna with Child Enthroned and Twenty Angels and Nineteen Saints; Siena Duomo Altarpiece). Artist: Duccio. Location: Museo dell’Opera Metropolitana del Duomo, Siena, Italy. (P)
c. 1310: Madonna Enthroned (Ognissanti Madonna) [Proto-Renaissance]. Artist: Giotto. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1312-1315: The Virgin and Child with Sts. Dominic and Aurea. Artist: Duccio. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1315: Maestà. Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy. (P)
c. 1317: St. Louis of Toulouse Crowning Robert of Anjou (Altar of St. Louis of Toulouse). Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy. (P)
1313-1319: Frescoes, St. Martin Chapel. Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi, Italy. (P)
1319: Madonna and Child. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Church of San Casciano, Val di Pesa, Italy. (P)
1315-1320: Frescoes, Peruzzi Chapel. Artist: Giotto. Location: Church of Santa Croce, Florence. (P)
1320: Stefaneschi Triptych. Artist: Giotto. Location: Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City. (P)
1324: Blessed Agostino Novello Altarpiece. Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, Italy. (P)
1320-1325: Frescoes, Bardi Chapel. Artist: Giotto. Location: Church of Santa Croce, Florence. (P)
1324-1327: The Oath of St. Louis of Toulouse. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Private Collection. (P)
1328-1330: Equestrian Portrait of Guidoriccio da Fogliano. Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy. (P)
c. 1330: Suckling Madonna. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Palazzo Arcivescovile, Siena, Italy. (P)
1332: Four Stories from the Life of St. Nicholas of Bari. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1329-1333: The Kremlin (includes five palaces, four cathedrals, walls & towers). Architects: Aristotele Fioravanti; Pietro Antonio Solari; Marco Ruffo; Matvey Kazakov; Osip Bove; Konstantin Thon. Location: Moscow. Additional work: 1366-1368; 1462; 1476; 1485-1495; 1505-1508; 1596-1676; 1776; 1816-1819; 1839-1849. (A)
1333: Himeji Castle. Architects: Unknown. Location: Himeji, Japan.  Additional work: 1346; 1581; 1601-1609; 1617-1618. (A)
1333-1335: St. Ansanus Altarpiece (The Annunciation with St. Margaret and St. Ansanus). Artists: Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1335: Maestà. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Museo di Sacra Arta, Massa Marittima, Italy. (P)
c. 1336: Frontispiece, Petrarch’s Virgil. Artist: Simone Martini. Location: Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan. (BI)
1334-1337: Campanile, Florence Cathedral. Architect: Giotto. Location: Florence. (A)
c. 1330, 1338: Maestà. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Piccolomini Chapel, Sant’Agostino Church, Siena, Italy. (P)
1338-1339: The Allegory and Effects of Good and Bad Government (Good and Bad Government). Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy. (P)
1341: Stone Cliff at Heavenly Pond. Artist: Huang Gongwang. Location: Palace Museum, Beijing. (P)
1342: Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1344: The Annunciation. Artist: Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Location: Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, Italy. (P)
1163-1345: Notre Dame Cathedral (Notre Dame de Paris). Architect: Bishop Maurice de Sully (attrib.). Location: Paris. (A)
c. 1340-1349: Nine Pearl Peaks in Green. Artist: Huang Gongwang. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 1340-1349: Nine Peaks Clearing After Snow. Artist: Huang Gongwang. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
c. 1340-1349: Great Mountains at Fuchun (Fuchun Range). Artist: Huang Gongwang. Location: Nanjing Museum, Nanjing, China. (P)
1348-1350: Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains. Artist: Huang Gongwang. Locations: Zhejiang Provincial Museum, Hangzhou, China (portion); National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (portion). (P)
1173-1372: Leaning Tower of Pisa (Campanile, Pisa Cathedral). Architects: Guglielmo & Bonnano Pisano (attrib.); Diotisalvi (?). Location: Pisa, Italy. (A)
1372: The Rongxi Studio. Artist: Ni Zan. Location: National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. (P)
1377-1382: Apocalypse Tapestry. Artists: Jean Bondol (Hennequin of Bruges), Nicolas Bataille, & Robert Poinçon. Location: Musée de la Tapisserie, Château d’Angers, Angers, France. (O)
1238-1391: The Alhambra. Architects: Unknown. Location: Granada, Spain. Additional work: 1527 (Palace of Charles V). (A)
c. 1393-1399: Altar of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy [Early Netherlandish; International Gothic]. Artist: Melchior Broederlam. Location: Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, Dijon, France. (P)
c. 1395-1399: The Wilton Diptych. Artist: Unknown. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)

1400-1499
1395-1405: The Well of Moses. Artist: Claus Sluter. Location: Hospital de la Chartreuse, Dijon, France. (S)
1395-1410: Mourners, Tomb of Philip the Bold. Artists: Claus Sluter & Claus de Werve. Locations: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Dijon, France (76 mourners); Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio (4 mourners). (S)
1411-1413: St. Mark. Artist: Donatello. Location: Orsanmichele Church, Florence. (S)
1411-1416: Les Très Riches Heurs du Duc de Berry. Artists: Herman, Paul & Johan Limbourg. Location: Musée Condé, Chantilly, France. (BI)
1415-1417: St. George. Artist: Donatello. Location: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. (S)
1414-1419: Fonte Gaia. Artist: Jacopo della Quercia. Locations: Piazza del Campo, Siena, Italy (fountain with replacement statues); Loggia, Palazzo Communale, Siena, Italy (original statues). (F)
1406-1420: The Forbidden City. Architects: Unknown. Location: Beijing, China. (A)
1420: The Bohemian Madonna. Artist: Unknown Bohemian Master. Location: Convent of St. Agnes, Národní Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic. (P)
1422: San Giovenale Triptych. Artist: Masaccio. Location: Church of Cascia di Reggello, San Pietro di Cascia, Italy. (P)
1403-1424: North Doors, Florence Baptistery. Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti. Location: Florence. (S)
1424: Virgin and Child with St. Anne. Artists: Masaccio & Masolino da Panicale. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1408-1425: Holy Trinity Icon. Artist: Andrei Rublev. Location: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. (P)
1423-1425: Portrait of a Young Man. Artist: Masaccio. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1426: Madonna and Child with Angels. Artist: Masaccio. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1426: Crucifixion. Artist: Masaccio. Location: Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy. (P)
1426: St. Paul. Artist: Masaccio. Location: Museo Nazionale di Pisa, Pisa, Italy. (P)
1423-1427: The Feast of Herod. Artist: Donatello. Location: Baptistery, Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy. (S)
1425-1428: The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
1425-1428: The Tribute Money (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
1425-1428: Baptism of the Neophytes (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
1425-1428: Raising of the Son of Theophilus and St. Peter Enthroned (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
1425-1428: The Distribution of Alms and Death of Ananias (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
1425-1428: St. Peter Healing the Sick with His Shadow (Brancacci Chapel Frescoes). Artist: Masaccio. Location: Santa Maria del Carmine Church, Florence. (P)
c. 1425-1428: The Mérode Altarpiece (The Annunciation Triptych). Artist: Robert Campin (attribution questioned). Location: The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1427-1428: The Holy Trinity. Artist: Masaccio. Location: Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. (P)
1430-1432: The Ghent Altarpiece (Adoration of the Mystic Lamb). Artists: Jan van Eyck & Hubert van Eyck. Location: St. Bavo Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium. (P)
1432: St. Luke Drawing the Virgin. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1432-1436: Creation and Fall. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Green Cloister, Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. (P)
1433: Portrait of a Man in a Red Turban. Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1433-1434: The Annunciation of Cortona. Artist: Fra Angelico. Location: San Marco Museum, Florence. (P)
1425-1434: Porta Magna, San Petronio Church. Artist: Jacopo della Quercia. Location: Bologna, Italy. (S)
1434: Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife (The Arnolfini Portrait) (The Arnolfini Wedding). Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1432-1435: The Last Judgment Artist: Fra Angelico. Location: San Marco Museum, Florence. (P)
1434-1435: Madonna of Chancellor Rolin. Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1435: The Annunciation. Artist: Donatello. Location: Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. (S)
c. 1435: Funeral Monument of Antipope John XXIII. Artist: Donatello. Location: Baptistery, Florence. (A) (S)
1296-1436: Florence Cathedral (Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, the Duomo). Architects: Arnolfo di Cambio; Giotto; Andrea Pisano; Francesco Talenti; Giovanni di Lapo Ghini; Alberto Arnoldi; Giovanni d’Ambrogio; Neri di Fioravante; Andrea Orcagna; Filippo Brunelleschi; Emilio de Fabris. Location: Florence. Additional work: 1876-1887. (A)
1434-1436: Virgin and Child with Canon van der Paele. Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: Groeningemuseum, Bruges, Belgium. (P)
1434-1436: The Annunciation. Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
c. 1436: Monument to Sir John Hawkwood. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Florence Cathedral, Florence. (P)
1434-1437: Church of San Lorenzo. Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi. Location: Florence. (A)
1438: The Werl Altarpiece (The Werl Triptych). Artist: Robert Campin (attribution in question). Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1439: Madonna and Child at the Fountain. Artist: Jan van Eyck. Location: Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium. (P)
c. 1430-1440: David. Artist: Donatello. Location: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. (S)
1433-1440: Deposition of Christ. Artist: Fra Angelico. Location: Strozzi Chapel, Santa Trinità Church, Florence. (P)
1435-1440: Descent from the Cross (Deposition). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1435-1440: The Annunciation Triptych. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Locations: Musée du Louvre, Paris (center panel); Galleria Sabauda, Turin, Italy (wings). (P)
c. 1438–1440: The Battle of San Romano I: Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1440-1442: Madonna of the Rose Bower [International Gothic/Northern Renaissance]. Artist: Stefan Lochner. Location: Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne (P)
1309-1442: Doge’s Palace. Architect: Unknown. Location: Venice. (A)
1438-1443: San Marco Altarpiece (Madonna and Saints). Artist: Fra Angelico. Location: San Marco Museum, Florence. (P)
1443: Clock Face with Four Prophets. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Florence Cathedral, Florence. (P)
1444: The Miraculous Draught of Fishes. Artist: Konrad Witz. Location: Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva, Switzerland. (P)
c. 1445-1447: Santa Lucia de’ Magnoli Altarpiece (St. Lucy Altarpiece) [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Domenico Veneziano. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1424-1445: Ospedale degli Innocenti (Hospital of the Innocents). Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi. Location: Florence. (A)
c. 1445-1450: The Last Supper [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Andrea del Castagno. Location: Museo di Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia, Florence.
1437-1447: The Annunciation. Artist: Fra Angelico. Location: San Marco Museum (top of dormitory stairs), Florence. (P)
c. 1447-1448: The Deluge (The Flood). Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Green Cloister, Church of Santa Maria Novella, Florence. (P)
1447-1449: The Life of St. Stephen. Artists: Fra Angelico (with Benozzo Gozzoli & Gentile da Fabriano). Location: Niccoline Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1447-1449: The Life of St. Lawrence. Artist: Fra Angelico (with Benozzo Gozzoli & Gentile da Fabriano). Location: Niccoline Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1000-1450: Taos Pueblo. Architect: Unknown. Location: Near Taos, New Mexico. (A)
c. 1448–1450: The Baptism of Christ. Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1450: The Youthful David [Early Renaissance]: Artist: Andrea del Castagno. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (DA).
1450: Portrait of a Lady. Artist: Paolo Uccello (attribution in question). Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1450: The Entombment of Christ (Lamentation of Christ). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1450: The Last Judgment Altarpiece (Beaune Altarpiece). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Hospices de Beaune, Beaune, France. (P)
c. 1450: Machu Picchu (numerous buildings). Architect: Unknown. Location: Cusco Region, Peru. (A)
1445–1451: Façade, Palazzo Rucellai. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti. Location: Florence. (A)
c. 1451: Portrait of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta. Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1425-1452: The Gates of Paradise (East Doors, Florence Baptistery). Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti. Locations: Florence Baptistery, Florence (replicas); Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Florence (originals). (S)
c. 1450-1452: The Melun Diptych. Artist: Jean Fouquet. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 1443-1453: Gattamelata (Equestrian Statue of Gattamelata). Artist: Donatello. Location: Piazza del Santo, Padua, Italy. (S)
c. 1435–1455: The Battle of San Romano II: Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino unseats Bernardino della Ciarda. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1455: The Battle of San Romano III: The Counterattack of Michelotto da Cotignola. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1453-1457: Mary Magdalene (The Penitent Magdalene). Artist: Donatello. Location: Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Florence. (S)
c. 1457–1459: St. Sebastian. Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1456–1460: San Zeno Altarpiece. Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Church of San Zeno, Verona, Italy. (P)
1456-1460: The Crucifixion (from San Zeno Altarpiece) (Calvary). Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1460: Judith and Holofernes. Artist: Donatello. Location: Palazzo Vecchio, Florence. (S)
c. 1460: The Flagellation of Christ. Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, Italy. (P)
c. 1460: St. Columba Altarpiece (The Adoration of the Magi). Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
c. 1460: Portrait of Francesco d’Este. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
c. 1460: Dead Christ Supported by Two Angels. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Museo Correr, Venice. (P)
c. 1460: Portrait of a Lady [Early Netherlandish]. Artist: Rogier van der Weyden. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P) 
1445–1462: Madonna della Misericordia (Polyptych of the Misericordia). Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Pinacotea Comunale, Sansepolcro, Italy. (P)
c. 1459-1462: The Procession of the Magi (The Journey of the Magi to Bethlehem). Artist: Benozzo Gozzoli. Location: Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Florence. (P)
c. 1460-1463 (or 1485-1490): Lamentation over the Dead Christ. Artist: Niccolò dell’Arca. Location: Santa Maria della Vita, Bologna, Italy. (S)
c. 1463: The Resurrection. Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Museo Civico, Sansepolcro, Italy. (P)
1460-1464: Death of the Virgin (Dormition of the Virgin). Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1465: The Agony in the Garden. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1455–1466: The Legend of the True Cross (The History of the True Cross). Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Cappella Maggiore, Church of San Francesco, Arezzo, Italy. (P)
1464-1467: The Last Supper. Artist: Dieric Bouts. Location: St. Peter’s Church, Leuven, Belgium. (P)
1450-1468: Church of San Francesco (Tempio Malatestiano). Architect: Leon Battista Alberti. Location: Rimini, Italy. (A)
1465–1469: Corpus Domini Predella (Miracle of the Profaned Host). Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, Italy. (P)
1448–1470: Upper Façade, Church of Santa Maria Novella. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti. Location: Florence. (A)
1458-1470: Church of San Sebastiano. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti. Location: Mantua, Italy. (A)
c. 1470: The Hunt in the Forest. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK. (P)
c. 1470: St. George and the Dragon. Artist: Paolo Uccello. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1470-1475: Hercules and Antaeus [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Antonio Pollaiuolo. Location: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. (S)
1467-1471: The Last Judgment. Artist: Hans Memling. Location: National Museum, Gdańsk, Poland. (P)
1472: Portraits of Federico da Montefeltro and Battista Sforza, the Duke and Duchess of Urbino. Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1248-1473: Cologne Cathedral. Architect: Unknown. Location: Cologne, Germany. Additional work: 1842-1880, 1945-1956. (A)
c. 1473-1475: : David [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Andrea del Verrocchio. Location: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. (S)
1465-1474: Frescoes, Camera degli Sposi. Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Castle of St. George, Mantua, Italy. (P)
1472–1474: Madonna and Child with Saints (Brera Madonna; Montefeltro Altarpiece). Artist: Piero della Francesca. Location: Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy. (P)
c. 1475: The Portinari Altarpiece. Artist: Hugo van der Goes. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1475-1476: The Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1475-1476: Portrait of a Man. Artist: Antonello da Messina. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1476: Virgin Annunciate. Artist: Antonello da Messina. Location: Palazzo Abatellis, Palermo, Sicily. (P)
c. 1476-1479: Martyrdom of St. Sebastian [Early Renaissance; Venice/Sicily, Italy]. Artist: Antonello da Messina. Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1477-1478: Virgin and Child with Eight Angels (Madonna and Child with Eight Angels; Raczynski Tondo). Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin. (P)
1474-1479: St. John’s Altarpiece (Altarpiece of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist). Artist: Hans Memling. Location: Memling Museum, St. John’s Hospital, Bruges, Belgium. (P)
c, 1475-1480: St. Francis in Ecstasy (St. Francis in the Desert). Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Frick Collection, New York. (P)
1480: St. Sebastian. Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1480: St. Augustine in his Study. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Church of Ognissanti, Florence. (P)
1471-1481: St. Wolfgang Altarpiece Artist: Michael Pacher. Location: St. Wolfgang Church, Abersee, Austria. (S) (P)
1434-1482: Church of Santo Spirito. Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi. Location: Florence. (A)
1481-1482: Punishment of the Rebels (The Punishment of Korah and the Stoning of Moses and Aaron). Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Sistine Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1481-1482: Delivery of the Keys (Christ Handing the Keys to St. Peter). Artist: Pietro Perugino. Location: Sistine Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1476–1482: Church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro. Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Milan, Italy. (A)
c. 1476-1482: Ecce Homo Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany. (P)
1477-1482: Primavera (Allegory of Spring). Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1481-1482: The Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1482: St. Jerome at Prayer. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent, Belgium. (P)
1484: Altarpiece of the Church Fathers. Artist: Michael Pacher. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1481-1485: Madonna of the Magnificat. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1483-1485: Venus and Mars. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1482-1486: The Birth of Venus. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1483-1486: Virgin of the Rocks (I). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1486: Triumphs of Caesar (series of nine paintings). Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Royal Collection, UK. (P)
1487: San Giobbe Altarpiece. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1487: Madonna of the Pomegranate. Artist: Sandro Botticelli. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1487: Madonna degli Alberetti (Madonna of the Small Trees) [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1487-1488: Illuminated Bustan of Saadi. Artist: Kamal ud-Din Behzad. Location: National Library, Cairo, Egypt. (BI)
1480-1488: Equestrian Statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni [Early Renaissance]. Artist: Andrea del Verrocchio. Location: Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice, Italy. (S)
1477-1489: St. Mary’s Altarpiece (Altarpiece of Veit Stoss). Artist: Veit Stoss. Location: St. Mary’s Basilica, Kraków, Poland. (S)
1472-1490: Basilica of Sant’Andrea. Architect: Leon Battista Alberti. Location: Mantua, Italy. (A)
c. 1485-1490: John the Baptist in the Wilderness. Artist: Geertgen tot Sint Jans. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin. (P)
1490: An Old Man and His Grandson. Artist: Domenico Ghirlandaio. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1490: The Lamentation over the Dead Christ. Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy. (P)
c. 1490: Lady with an Ermine. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Czartoryski Museum, Kraków, Poland. (P)
1491-1492: Battle of the Centaurs. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Casa Buonarroti, Florence. (S)
c. 1483-1494: The Last Judgment. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. (P)
c. 1494: Cutting the Stone (The Cure of Folly). Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1495: Madonna della Vittoria (Madonna of Victory). Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1495-1496: Madonna of the Stairs. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Casa Buonarroti, Florence. (S)
1492–1497: Cloister and Apse, Santa Maria delle Grazie. Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Milan, Italy. (A)
1496-1497: Bacchus. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence. (S)
1495-1498: The Last Supper. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Santa Maria delle Grazie Church, Milan, Italy. (P)
1498: Apocalypse (series of woodcut prints) Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1498: Self-Portrait Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1450-1499: Zen Garden, Ryoan-ji Temple. Artists: Unknown. Location: Kyoto, Japan. (A)
1498-1499: Pietà. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (S)

1500-1599
1250-1500: Moai. Artists: Unknown. Location: Rapa Nui; Easter Island, Chile. (S) (A)
c. 1300-1500: Statue of Coatlicue. Artist: Unknown. Location: National Museum of Archaeology, Mexico City. (S)
1490-1500: Ship of Fools. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1490-1500: Sacred Allegory (Holy Allegory). Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1500: Self-Portrait at Age Twenty-Eight. Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
c. 1500: Paumgartner Altarpiece. Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1500–1501: The Trial of Moses (The Test of Fire of Moses). Artist: Giorgione. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1500–1501: The Judgment of Salomon. Artist: Giorgione. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1500-1501: The Temptation of St. Anthony (Triptych of the Temptation of St. Anthony). Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon. (P)
1501: Portrait of Doge Leonardo Loredan. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1502: The Conjurer. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch (and his workshop). Location: Musée Municipal, St.-Germain-en-Laye, France. (P)
c. 1502: Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio. Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Rome. (A)
c. 1502: Minerva Chases the Vices from the Garden of Virtue (Triumph of Virtue). Artist: Andrea Mantegna. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1503: The Mocking of Christ. Artist: Matthias Grünewald. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1500-1504: Cloister, Church of Santa Maria della Pace. Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Rome. (A)
1501-1504: David. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence. (S)
1504: Adam and Eve (engraving). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1504: Adoration of the Magi. Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1504: Judith. Artist: Giorgione. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
1499-1505: Altar of the Holy Blood (Holy Blood Altarpiece). Artist: Tilman Riemenschneider. Location: St. Jakob Church, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany. (S)
1503-1505: Mona Lisa. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1505: San Zaccaria Altarpiece (Madonna and Child Enthroned with Sts. Peter, Catherine, Lucia and Jerome). Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Church of San Zaccaria, Venice. (P)
1505: Madonna of the Meadow (Madonna del Prato). Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1505: The Castelfranco Madonna (Madonna and Child Enthroned between St. Francis and St. Nicasius). Artist: Giorgione. Location: Cathedral of Castelfranco Veneto, Veneto, Italy. (P)
1505-1506: Madonna of the Meadow Artist: Raphael. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1505-1506: Madonna del Cardellino (Madonna of the Goldfinch) Artist: Raphael. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1506:  Young Man with an Arrow. Artist: Giorgione. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
c. 1506: Laura (Portrait of a Young Bride). Artist: Giorgione. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1507: Adam und Eve. Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1495-1508: Virgin of the Rocks (II). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1504-1508: The Last Judgment. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. (P)
1505-1508: Hergottskirche Altarpiece (St. Mary Altar; Creglingen Altarpiece). Artist: Tilman Riemenschneider. Location: Church of Our Lord, Creglingen, Germany. (S)
1508: Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
c. 1508: The Tempest. Artist: Giorgione. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1509: The Three Philosophers. Artist: Giorgione (possibly completed by Sebastiano del Piombo). Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1490-1510: The Garden of Earthly Delights Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
c. 1497-1510: The Large Passion (series of woodcut prints). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
c. 1504-1510: Palazzo Caprini (House of Raphael). Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Rome. Demolished in 17th Century. (A)
c. 1505-1510: Adoration of the Shepherds. Artist: Giorgione (or possibly Titian). Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
c. 1508-1510: The Virgin and Child with St. Anne. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1508-1510: The Pastoral Concert. Artist: Titian. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1510: Sleeping Venus. Artist: Giorgione (completed by Titian). Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1510-1511: The School of Athens. Artist: Raphael. Location: Stanza della Segnatura, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1511 (or 1520): The Small Crucifixion. Artist: Matthias Grünewald. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (P)
1511: Adoration of the Trinity (Landauer Altarpiece). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1508-1512: Frescoes, Sistine Chapel Ceiling. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1513: Knight, Death and the Devil (engraving). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1505-1514: Cortile del Belvedere (Belvedere Court). Architect: Donato Bramante. Location: Vatican City. (Courtyard bisected in 17th Century.)
1510-1513: The Fetus in the Womb. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Location: Royal Collection, UK. (D)
1512-1514: The Sistine Madonna. Artist: Raphael. Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1514: Saint Jerome in His Study (engraving). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1514: Melencolia I (engraving). Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1514: The Feast of the Gods. Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1513-1515: Moses (for Tomb of Pope Julius II). Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome. (S)
1514-1515: Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione. Artist: Raphael. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1515: The Isenheim Altarpiece. Artist: Matthias Grünewald. Location: Unterlinden Museum, Colmar, Alsace, France. (P)
1515: Young Woman Holding a Mirror (Young Woman at her Toilette). Artist: Giovanni Bellini. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1500-1516: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1513-1516: The Rebellious Slave. Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
c. 1516: The Haywain Triptych. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1245-1517: Westminster Abbey (Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster). Architects: Henry Yevele; Nicholas Hawksmoor. Location: London. Previous abbey built 1042-1090. Additional work: 1722-1745. (A)
1515-1517: Madonna of the Harpies. Artist: Andrea del Sarto. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1400-1518: Codex Borgia (Codex Yoalli Ehēcatl). Artist: Unknown. Location: Vatican Library, Vatican City. (BI)
1516-1520: The Transfiguration. Artist: Raphael. Location: Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City. (P)
1521: The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
c. 1521: Descent from the Cross. Artist: Rosso Fiorentino. Location: Pinacoteca Communale, Volterra, Italy. (P)
c. 1519-1522: Man with a Glove. Artist: Titian. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1520-1523: Bacchus and Ariadne. Artist: Titian. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1523: Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1523: The Meeting of Sts. Erasmus and Maurice (The Disputation of Sts. Erasmus and Maurice). Artist: Matthias Grünewald. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1524: Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror. Artist: Parmigianino. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1523-1525: The Large Crucifixion (from the Tauberbischofsheim Altarpiece). Artist: Matthias Grünewald. Location: Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe, Germany. (P)
1519-1526: Pesaro Madonna. Artist: Titian. Location: Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice. (P)
1523-1526: The Bacchanal of the Andrians. Artist: Titian. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1526: The Four Apostles. Artist: Albrecht Dürer. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1527: Portrait of Sir Thomas More. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: The Frick Collection, New York. (P)
1525-1528: The Deposition of Christ (The Deposition from the Cross). Artist: Jacopo Pontormo. Location: Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicità Church, Florence. (P)
1526-1528: Madonna of Jakob Meyer zum Hasen (Darmstadt Madonna). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Johanniterkirche, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. (P)
1526-1528: Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1527-1528: The Conversion of St. Paul. Artist: Parmigianino. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1528: The Artist’s Family. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
1529: The Battle of Alexander at Issus (Alexander’s Victory). Artist: Albrecht Altdorfer. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
c. 1526-1530: The Assumption of the Virgin. Artist: Correggio. Location: Parma Cathedral, Parma, Italy. (P)
c. 1527-1530: Portrait of François I, King of France (Francis I). Artist: Jean Clouet (with François Clouet?). Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P) 
c. 1530-1532: Jupiter and Io. Artist: Correggio. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
c. 1530-1532: The Fall of the Giants. Artist: Giulio Romano. Location: Palazzo del Te, Mantua, Italy. (P)
1533: The Ambassadors. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1520-1534: Medici Chapel & Tombs (Sagrestia Nuova), Basilica of San Lorenzo. Architect: Michelangelo. Location: Florence. (A)
1510-1535: Christ Carrying the Cross. Artist: Hieronymus Bosch (?). Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium.
1535: Madonna of the Long Neck. Artist: Parmigianino. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1536-1537: King Henry VIII. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Original lost. The Royal Collection, Hampton Court Palace (copy of Whitehall Mural, 1667, Remigius van Leemput); Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK (copy of King Henry VIII portrait from Whitehall Mural); National Portrait Gallery, London (Holbein’s cartoon of left half of Whitehall Mural); Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid (small preparatory portrait of Henry VIII by Holbein). (P)
1537: Portrait of Jane Seymour. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1538: Venus of Urbino. Artist: Titian. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1539: Portrait of Anne of Cleves. Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1539-1540: Ardabil Carpets. Artist: Maqsud of Kashan. Locations: (1) Victoria & Albert Museum, London; (2) Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles. (DA)
1534-1541: The Last Judgment (Frescoes, Sistine Chapel Altar Wall). Artist: Michelangelo. Location: Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. (P)
1539-1544: The Three Ages of Man and Death. Artist: Hans Baldung Grien. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1544: Danaë (Danaë with Eros). Artist: Titian. Location: National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples, Italy. (P)
c. 1545: Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time. Artist: Agnolo Bronzino. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1536-1546: Piazza del Campidoglio. Architect: Michelangelo. Location: Rome. (A)
1545-1546: Pope Paul III and His Grandsons. Artist: Titian. Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy.(P)
1546: The Louvre (Musée de Louvre). Architects: Pierre Lescot & J.A. du Cerceau, Visconti & Jector Lefuel; I.M. Pei. Location: Paris. Original structure dates to late 12th Century. Additional work: 1546; 1876; 1988. (A)
1519-1547: Château de Chambord. Architects: Domenico da Cortona (?); Philibert Delorme (?). Location: Chambord, France. (A)
1547-1548: Miracle of the Slave (St. Mark Freeing the Slave). Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
c. 1548: Christ Washing the Disciples’ Feet. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1551: Butcher’s Stall (Butcher’s Stall with the Flight Into Egypt). Artist: Pieter Aertsen. Location: Museum Gustavianum, University Art Collections, Uppsala, Sweden. (P)
1553: Red Square (plaza and surrounding buildings): 14th-18th Centuries (Kremlin); 1561 (St. Basil’s Cathedral); 1612-1625 (Kazan Cathedral); c. 1700 (Zemsky prikaz); 1881 (State Historical Museum) 1893 (GUM Department Store); 1924 (Lenin’s Mausoleum). Architects: Various. Location: Moscow, Russia. (A)
1552-1553: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Caen, France. (P)
1545-1554: Perseus with the Head of Medusa (Perseus). Artist: Benvenuto Cellini. Location: Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, Florence. (S)
1553-1554: Danaë with Nursemaid (Danaë Receiving the Golden Rain). Artist: Titian. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1553-1554: Danaë. Artist: Titian. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
1550-1555: Venus, Vulcan and Mars (Venus and Mars Surprised by Vulcan). Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
c. 1553-1556: Jupiter Striking down the Vices. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Sala del Collegio, Doge’s Palace, Venice. (P)
1555-1556: The Rescue of Arsinoe (The Deliverance of Arsenoe). Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. (P)
1556-1557: Scenes from the Book of Esther. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Church of San Sebastiano, Venice. (P)
1555-1558: St. George and the Dragon. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1555-1558: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (probable copy). Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels. (P)
c. 1555–1559: Villa Barbaro. Architect: Andrea Palladio. Location: Maser, Italy. (A)
1559: Netherlandish Proverbs (The Blue Cloak). Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. (P)
1559-1560: Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1554-1561: St. Basil’s Cathedral (Cathedral of the Protection of Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat; Pokrovsky Cathedral). Architects: Barma & Postnik Yakovlev (attrib.). Location: Moscow. (A)
1560-1561: Frescoes, Villa Barbaro. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Maser, Italy. (P)
1559-1562: The Rape of Europa. Artist: Titian. Location: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston. (P)
1562: The Triumph of Death. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1562-1563: The Wedding at Cana (Wedding Feast at Cana). Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1563: The Tower of Babel. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1564: Danaë. Artist: Titian (and his workshop). Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1565: The Crucifixion. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice. (P)
1565: The Hunters in the Snow. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1562-1566: Finding of the Body of St. Mark. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy. (P)
1562-1566: Removal of St. Mark’s Body (St. Mark’s Body Brought to Venice). Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1566: The Census at Bethlehem. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels. (P)
1565-1567: The Massacre of the Innocents. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Royal Collection, UK. (P)
1567: The Peasant Wedding. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1568: The Parable of the Blind Leading the Blind. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Location: Museo di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy. (P)
1565-1570: The Family of Darius before Alexander. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1525-1571: Laurentian Library. Architect: Michelangelo. Location: Florence. (A)
1571: Madonna of the Cuccina Family (The Adoration of the Virgin by the Cuccina Family). Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1560-1572: Feast in the House of Simon (three versions). Artist: Paolo Veronese. Locations: (1) 1560, Galleria Saubada, Turin, Italy; (2) 1567-1570, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy; (3) 1570-1572, Palace of Versailles, France. (P)
1573: The Feast in the House of Levi. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1568-1574: Selimiye Mosque. Architect: Minar Sinan. Location: Edirne, Turkey. (A)
c. 1525-1575: Itsukushima Shrine (Torii of Itsukushima; Gateway of Itsukushima). Architect(s): Unknown. Location: Miyajima, Japan. Additional work: 1875. (A)
1575: The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice. (P)
1576-1577: Bacchus, Venus and Ariadne. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Doge’s Palace, Venice. (P)
1578: The Rape of Europa. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1570-1579: Mars and Venus United by Love. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1577-1579: The Disrobing of Christ. Artist: El Greco. Location: Toledo Cathedral, Toledo, Spain. (P)
1577-1579: The Holy Trinity. Artist: El Greco. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
c. 1575-1580: The Origin of the Milky Way. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1575-1580: Christ at the Sea of Galilee. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1579–1580: Teatro Olimpico (Olympic Theater). Architect: Andrea Palladio. Location: Vicenza, Italy. (A)
c. 1580: Allegory of Wisdom and Strength. Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: The Frick Collection, New York. (P)
c. 1580: Pine Trees (Pine Forest). Artist: Hasegawa Tohaku. Location: Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, Japan.
1581-1583: The Rape of the Sabine Women (Rape of a Sabine). Artist: Giambologna. Location: Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, Florence. (P)
1562-1584: El Escorial (Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial). Architects: Juan Bautista de Toledo, Juan de Herrera. Location: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain. (A)
1571-1585: Fatehpur Sikri (numerous buildings). Architect: Tuhir Das. Location: Uttar Pradesh, India. (A)
1585: The Triumph of Venice (The Apotheosis of Venice). Artist: Paolo Veronese. Location: Sala del Maggior Consiglio, Doge’s Palace, Venice. (P)
1586-1588: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz. Artist: El Greco. Location: Santo Tomé Church, Toledo, Spain. (P)
1588: Self Portrait. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1585-1590: Young Man among Roses. Artist: Nicholas Hilliard. Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (P)
1566-1591: Villa Capra ‘La Rotonda’ (Villa Almerico Capra). Architect: Andrea Palladio. Location: Near Vicenza, Italy. (A)
1577-1592: Il Redentore (Church of the Most Holy Redeemer). Architect: Andrea Palladio. Location: Venice. (A)
c. 1563-1593: The Four Seasons: Winter (four versions). Artist: Giuseppe Arcimboldo. Locations: (1) Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna (1563); (2) The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas (1572); (3) Musée du Louvre, Paris (1573); (4) Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Munich (c. 1550-1593). (P)
1590-1594: The Last Supper. Artist: Tintoretto. Location: San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. (P)
1590-1595: The Agony in the Garden. Artist: El Greco. Location: Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio. (P)
c. 1595-1597: Bacchus. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
c. 1500-1599: Château de Fontainebleau (Palace of Fontainebleau). Architects: Gilles le Breton; Sebastiano Serlio; Philibert Delorme; Jean Bullant. Location: Fontainebleau, France. (A)

1600-1699
1596-1600: View of Toledo Artist: El Greco. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1599-1600: The Calling of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi Church, Rome. (P)
1599-1600: The Martyrdom of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi Church, Rome. (P)
c. 1600: Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple. Artist: El Greco. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1601: Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1601: Conversion of St. Paul on the Way to Damascus. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Cerasi Chapel, Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome. (P)
1602: The Inspiration of St. Matthew. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Contarelli Chapel, San Luigi dei Francesi Church, Rome. (P)
1602-1604: The Entombment of Christ. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Pinacoteca Vaticana, Vatican City. (P)
1604-1606: Death of the Virgin. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1597-1608: Frescoes, Farnese Gallery Ceiling and Walls (The Loves of the Gods). Artist: Annibale Carracci. Location: Palazzo Farnese (French Embassy), Rome.
1608: The Burial of St. Lucy. Artist: Caravaggio. Location: Museo Regionale di Arte Medioevale e Moderna (Palazzo Bellomo), Syracuse, Sicily. (P)
1609: The Honeysuckle Bower. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1609: The Flight into Egypt. Artist: Adam Elsheimer. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1609: Fray Hortensio Félix Paravicino. Artist: El Greco. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1566-1610: Church of San Giorgio Maggiore. Architect: Andrea Palladio. Location: Venice. (A)
1609-1610: Samson and Delilah. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1610: Susanna and the Elders. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Schönborn Collection, Pommersfelden, Germany. (P)
1610-1611: Raising of the Cross (The Elevation of the Cross). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp, Belgium. (P)
1611: Portrait of Jacobus Zaffius. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. (P)
1611-1612: Massacre of the Innocents. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. (P)
1612-1613: Judith Slaying Holofernes Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: National Museum of Capodimonte, Naples, Italy. (P)
1608-1614: The Opening of the Fifth Seal. Artist: El Greco. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1610-1614: Laocoön. Artist: El Greco. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (P)
1612-1614: Descent from the Cross. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp, Belgium. (P)
1612-1614: The Adoration of the Shepherds. Artist: El Greco. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1613-1614: Judith and Her Maidservant. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Pitti Palace, Florence. (P)
1609-1615: The Goat Amalthea with the Infant Jupiter and a Faun. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome. (S)
1609-1616: Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque). Architect: Sedefkâr Mehmed Ağa. Location: Istanbul, Turkey. (A)
1615-1616: Allegory of Inclination (The Angel). Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Casa Buonarroti, Florence. (P)
1616: Banquet of the Officers of the St. George Civic Guard. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. (P)
1616: Immaculate Conception. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Cerralbo Museum, Madrid. (P)
c. 1615-1617: Shrovetide Revellers (Merrymakers at Shrovetide). Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1617: The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (S)
c. 1617: Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1615-1618: The Battle of the Amazons. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1618-1619: Aeneas, Anchises and Ascanus Fleeing Troy. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome. (S)
1618-1620:  Judith Slaying Holofernes. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Uffizi Gallery, Florence. (P)
1621: Lucretia. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Palazzo Cattaneo-Adorno, Genoa, Italy. (P)
1621: Aurora. Artist: Guercino. Location: Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi, Rome.
1618-1622: The Waterseller of Seville (three versions). Artist: Diego Velázquez. Locations: (1) Uffizi Gallery, Florence (1618); (2) Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland (1620); (3) Apsley House, London (1618-1622). (P)
1619-1622: The Banqueting House. Architect: Inigo Jones. Location: Whitehall, London. (A)
1621-1622: The Rape of Proserpina (Pluto and Persephone). Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome. (S)
1622: Portrait of Don Luis de Góngora. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1622-1623: David. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome. (S)
1624: The Laughing Cavalier. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: The Wallace Collection, London. (P)
1620-1625: Disembarkation of Marie de’ Medici at Marseilles. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Louvre, Paris. (P)
1622-1625: Apollo and Daphne. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome. (S)
1624-1625: Baldacchino, St. Peter’s Basilica. Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Vatican City. (A)
c. 1625: Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan. (S)
1506-1626: St. Peter’s Basilica. Architects: Donato Bramante, Antonio da Sangallo, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Giacomo della Porta, Carlo Maderno, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Vatican City. (A)
1626: Assumption of the Virgin. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp, Belgium. (P)
1623-1627: The Queen’s Chapel. Architect: Inigo Jones. Location: London. (A)
1624–1627: Portrait of Philip IV. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1627: The Death of Germanicus Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (P)
1627: Christ on the Cross. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1628: The Martyrdom of St. Serapion. Artist: Francisco de Zurbaran. Location: St. Wadsworth Athaneum, Hartford, Connecticut. (P)
1611-1629: Imam Mosque (Masjed-e Imam; formerly Shah Mosque). Architect: Shaykh Bahai. Location: Isfahan, Iran. (A)
1611-1629: Mosaics, Imam Mosque. Artists: Unknown. Location: Isfahan, Iran. (M)
1628–1629: The Triumph of Bacchus (Los Borrachos). Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1629: The Martyrdom of St. Erasmus. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Pinacoteca, Vatican City. (P)
1629: The Death of St. Bonaventure (St. Bonaventure’s Body Lying in State). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1625-1630: The Musicians’ Brawl. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (P)
1625-1630: Sleeping Venus. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia. (P)
1628-1630:  Gypsy Girl. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1628-1630: The Merry Drinker (The Merry Toper). Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1630: Joseph’s Bloody Coat brought to Jacob. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Monasterio de San Lorenzo, El Escorial, Spain. (P)
1631: The Apotheosis of St. Thomas Aquinas. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes, Seville, Spain. (P)
1632: The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
1627-1633: The Shepherds of Arcadia. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Chatsworth House, near Bakewell, Derbyshire, UK. (P)
1629-1633: Rinaldo and Armida. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. (P)
1629-1633: Statue of St. Andrew. Artist: François Duquesnoy. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (S)
1633: Portrait of Pieter van den Broecke. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood House, London. (P)
1633: Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California. (P)
1633: The Labors of Hercules (series of ten paintings). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1634: The Garden of Love. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1634: The Defense of Cadiz against the English. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1634: Equestrian Portrait of the Count-Duke of Olivares. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1616-1635: The Queen’s House. Architect: Inigo Jones. Location: Greenwich, UK. Additional work: 1807. A)
c. 1630-1635: The Three Graces. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1633-1635: Malle Babbe. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. (P)
1634–1635: The Surrender of Breda. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1635: The Cheat with the Ace of Diamonds. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1635: Charles I at the Hunt. Artist: Anthony van Dyck. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1636: Landscape with a Rainbow. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: The Wallace Collection, London. (P)
c. 1636. A View of Het Steen in the Early Morning. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: National Gallery, London. (P).
1636-1637: Interior of Grote Kerk in Haarlem. Artist: Pieter Jansz. Saenredam. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
c. 1635-1638: The Bitter Draught (The Bitter Tonic). Artist: Adriaen Brouwer. Location: Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany. (P)
1637-1638: The Rape of the Sabine Women. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1637-1638: The Arcadian Shepherds (Et in Arcadia Ego). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1638: Dance to the Music of Time. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: The Wallace Collection, London. (P)
c. 1630-1639: The Fortune Teller. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1633-1639: Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power (The Triumph of Divine Providence). Artist: Pietro da Cortona. Location: Palazzo Barberini, Rome. (P)
1635-1639: St. Francis in Meditation (erect posture). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1636-1639: The Judgment of Paris. Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1638-1639: Consequences of War (Horrors of War). Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. Location: Pitti Palace, Florence. (P)
1638-1639: Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting. Artist: Artemisia Gentileschi. Location: Royal Collection, UK. (P)
1639: St. Francis in Meditation (leaning forward). Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1635-1640: The Repentent Magdalen. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1637-1640: The Seven Sacraments (first series of seven paintings, six extant). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Locations: (1) Baptism, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; (2) Ordination, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; (3) Confirmation, Private Collection (Duke of Rutland); (4) Eucharist, Private Collection (Duke of Rutland); (5) Marriage, Private Collection (Duke of Rutland); (6) Extreme Unction, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK. (P)
c. 1640: The Penitent Magdalen. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1641: The Regents of St. Elizabeth Hospital of Haarlem. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. (P)
1641: Port Scene with the Embarkation of St. Ursula. Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1640-1642: Peasant Family in an An Interior. Artist(s): Louis and/or Antoine Le Nain. Location:  Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1642: The Disembarkation of Cleopatra at Tarsus. Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1642: Marine with the Trojans Burning their Boats (The Trojan Women Setting Fire to their Fleet). Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1642: St. Joseph the Carpenter (The Young Christ with St. Joseph). Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1642: The Night Watch. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1642: The Club-Footed Boy. Artist: Jusepe de Ribera. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1624-1643: Fountain of the Tritons (Fontana dei Tritone). Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Piazza Barberini, Rome. (F)
1644-1648: The Seven Sacraments (second series of seven paintings). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Private Collection (Duke of Sutherland), on loan to National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. (P)
c. 1645-1648: The Newborn (The Newborn Christ). Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes, France. (P)
1648: The Funeral of Phocion (Landscape with the Body of Phocion). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Locations: Musée du Louvre, Paris (original?); National Museum, Cardiff, Wales, UK; Glass House, Connecticut. (P)
1648: Landscape with the Ashes of Phocion (The Widow of Phocion Collects His Ashes). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK. (P)
1648: Seaport with the Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba. Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1648: The Supper at Emmaus. Artist: Rembrandt. Location:  Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1648: The Holy Family on the Steps. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (P)
1648: Landscape with Dancing Figures (The Mill). Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: Doria Pamphilj Gallery, Rome. (P)
1647-1649: The Hundred Guilder Print (Christ Preaching). Artist: Rembrandt. Locations: Various, including Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; British Museum, London; Frick Collection, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. (E/P)
1649: Portrait of René Descartes (possibly a copy). Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1649: St. Sebastian Tended by St. Irene. Artist: Georges de la Tour. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1642-1650: Potala Palace. Architect: Unknown. Location: Lhasa, Tibet. (A)
1649–1650: Portrait of Juan de Pareja. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1650: Self-Portrait. Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1650:  Portrait of Innocent X. Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Doria Pamphilj Gallery, Rome. (P)
1648-1651: Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers). Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Piazza Navone, Rome. (F)
1651: The Ecstasy of St. Teresa. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome. (S) (A)
c. 1653: The Three Crosses. Artist: Rembrandt. Locations: Various, including National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (first state); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (second state); Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (third state); Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts (fourth state); Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (fourth state); and the Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri (fourth state).
1630-1653: Taj Mahal. Architect: Ustad Ahmad Lahauri (?). Location: Agra, India. (A)
1646-1653: Pope Leo Driving Attila from Rome. Artist: Alessandro Algardi. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (A)
1653-1654: Aristotle with a Bust of Homer. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1654-1655: Christ in the House of Martha and Mary. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. (P)
1654-1656: Diana and her Companions. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
1656: Las Meninas (The Maids of Honor). Artist: Diego Velázquez. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1656: Jacob Blessing the Children of Joseph. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel, Kassel, Germany. (P)
1656: The Procuress Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1657-1658: The Little Street. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1657-1658: The Milkmaid. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
c. 1654-1660: The Jewish Cemetery (two versions). Artist: Jacob van Ruisdael. Locations: (1) Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan (1654-1655); (2) Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, Germany (1655-1660). (P)
1658-1660: St. Francis in Meditation. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1658-1660: A Dutch Courtyard. Artist: Pieter de Hooch. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1660: St. Luke as a Painter before Christ on the Cross. Artist: Francisco de Zurbarán. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1660: The Betrayal of Peter (The Denial of St. Peter). Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1660-1661:  View of Delft. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
1660-1662: Young Woman with a Water Pitcher (Woman with a Water Jug). Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1662: The Syndics of the Cloth-Makers Guild (The Staalmeesters). Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1662-1663: Woman Holding a Balance. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1660-1664: The Four Seasons: I. Spring (The Earthly Paradise); II. Summer (Ruth and Boaz); III. Autumn (The Spies with the Grapes of the Promised Land); IV. Winter (The Deluge). Artist: Nicolas Poussin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1663-1664: Woman in Blue Reading a Letter. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1664: Regents of the Old Men’s Almshouse. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. (P)
1664: Regentesses of the Old Men’s Almshouse. Artist: Frans Hals. Location: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. (P)
1665: Girl with a Pearl Earring. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
1657-1666: Cathedra Petri (Throne of St. Peter). Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (A)
1656-1667: St. Peter’s Square (Piazza San Pietro). Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Vatican City. (A)
c. 1662-1667: The Jewish Bride. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1665-1667: Girl with a Red Hat. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1664-1668: Palace of Versailles (Château de Versailles). Architects: Louis Le Vau; Jules Hardouin-Mansart; Robert de Cotte. Location: Versailles, France. Additional work: 1669-1672; 1678-1684; 1699-1710; 1722; 1738-1741. (A)
1664-1668: Sheldonian Theatre. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Oxford, UK. (A)
c. 1665-1668: The Feast of St. Nicholas. Artist: Jan Steen. Location: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. (P)
1661-1669: The Return of the Prodigal Son. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
c. 1665-1669: Self-Portrait with Two Circles. Artist: Rembrandt. Location: Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood House, London. (P)
1668-1669: The Geographer. Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany. (P)
1658-1670: Church of Sant’Andrea al Quirinale. Architect: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: Rome. (A)
c. 1666-1670: The Art of Painting (The Artist in his Studio). Artist: Johannes Vermeer. Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. (P)
1674: A Seaport at Sunrise. Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1671-1675: Tomb of Pope Alexander VII. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Location: St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City. (S) (A)
1675-1676: Royal Observatory. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Greenwich, UK. (A)
1671-1677: Monument to the Great Fire of London. Architects: Christopher Wren & Robert Hooke. Location: London. (S) (A)
1671-1682: Milo of Croton Attacked by a Lion. Artist: Pierre Puget. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
1682: Ascanius Shooting the Stag of Sylvia. Artist: Claude Lorrain. Location: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK. (P)
1676-1684: Trinity College Library. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Cambridge, UK. (A)
1682-1692: Royal Hospital. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Chelsea, London. (A)
1685-1694: The Apotheosis of St. Ignatius. Artist: Andrea Pozzo. Location: Church of Sant’Ignazio, Rome, Italy. (P)

1700-1799
1689-1700: Façade, Hampton Court Palace. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Richmond upon Thames, Greater London. (A)
1701: Portrait of Louis XIV. Artist: Hyacinthe Rigaud. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1673-1711: St. Paul’s Cathedral (Cathedral Church of St. Paul the Apostle). Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: London. (A)
1696-1715: Royal Naval Hospital. Architect: Christopher Wren. Location: Greenwich, UK. (A)
1717: Embarkation for Cythera. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1719:  Pierrot, formerly known as Gilles. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1720: The Italian Comedians. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1720: Mezzetin. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1720-1721: L’Enseigne de Gersaint. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin. (P)
1721: Pilgrimage to Cythera. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau. Location: Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin. (P)
c. 1721: Emblematical Print on the South Sea Scheme (print). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1724: The Bad Taste of the Town (Masquerades and Operas) (print). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1728: The Ray (The Skate) Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1728: The Buffet Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1725-1730: The Stonemason’s Yard (Venice: Campo Santa Vidal and Santa Maria Della Carita). Artist: Canaletto. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1730: The Bucintoro Returning to the Molo on Ascension Day. Artist: Canaletto. Location: Private Collection. (P)
1731: A Harlot’s Progress (series of six paintings, now lost, and prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (P) (E/P)
1732: Venus Demanding Arms from Vulcan for Aeneas. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1733: Woman Sealing a Letter. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin. (P)
1732-1734: The Rape of Europa. Artist: François Boucher. Location: The Wallace Collection, London. (P)
1734: Rinaldo and Armida. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1726-1735: Jantar Mantar. Architect: Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Locations: Jaipur, Delhi, Ujjain, Mathura and Varanasi, India. (A)
1735: A Rake’s Progress (series of eight paintings and prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Location (paintings): Sir John Soane’s Museum, London. (P) (E/P)
c. 1735: Boy with a Top (Child with Top). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1735-1736: The Young Schoolmistress. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1736: Four Times of the Day (series of four paintings and prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations (paintings): Morning and Night, National Trust Bearsted Collection, Upton House, Warwickshire, UK; Noon and Evening, Ancaster Collection, Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire, UK. (P) (E/P)
1737: The Young Draughtsman. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1739: Return from the Market. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musee du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1739: The Governess. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (P)
1739: The Soap Bubble (Blowing Bubbles). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1738-1740: The Kitchen Maid (Woman Cleaning Turnips). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1740: Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram. Artist: William Hogarth. Location: Foundling Museum, London. (P)
1740: Saying Grace (The Prayer Before Meal; Le Bénédicité). Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1742: Diana Leaving Her Bath. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1720-1744: Würzburg Residenz. Architect: Balthasar Neumann. Location: Würzburg, Germany. (A)
1744: Mercury Attaching His Wings (Mercury Tying His Sandals) (two versions). Artist: Jean Baptiste Pigalle. Locations: (1) Musée du Louvre, Paris; (2) Sans-Souci Castle, Berlin. (S)
1739-1745: Horses Restrained by Grooms (The Marly Horses). Artist: Guillaume Coustou the Elder. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
1743-1745: Marriage à-la-mode (series of six paintings and prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Location (paintings): National Gallery, London. (P) (E/P)
1745: Conversation in a Park. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1747: Industry and Idleness (series of twelve engravings and prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1749: The Gate of Calais (The Roast Beef of Old England). Artist: William Hogarth. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1728–1750: Schloss Bruchsal (Bruchsal Palace). Architect: Balthasar Neumann. Location: Bruchsal, Germany.
1748-1750: Mr. and Mrs. Andrews. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1750: The Interrupted Sleep. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1751: Beer Street and Gin Lane (series of two prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1751: The Four Stages of Cruelty (series of four prints). Artist: William Hogarth. Locations: Various. (E/P)
1751: The Toilet of Venus. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1752: Nude Lying on a Sofa (Girl Reclining; Louise O’Murphy). Artist: François Boucher. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1750-1753: Frescoes, Würzburg Residence. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Location: Würzburg, Germany. (P)
1756: Portrait of Madame Pompadour. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1756: The Painter’s Daughters Chasing a Butterfly. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1734-1757: Interior, St. Paulinus’ Church. Architect: Balthasar Neumann. Location: Trier, Germany.
1757: Vulcan Presenting Venus with Arms for Aeneas. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1758: Madame de Pompadour. Artist: François Boucher. Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (P)
1760: Still Life with Jar of Olives. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1760: Portrait of Ann Ford (later Mrs. Thicknesse). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. (P)
1760-1764: Portrait of Mary, Countess Howe. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood House, London. (P)
1765: The Grey Lagoon (Gondolas on the Lagoon). Artist: Francesco Guardi. Location: Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan, Italy. (P)
1767: The Swing. Artist: Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Location: The Wallace Collection, London. (P)
1767–1768: An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Artist: Joseph Wright of Derby. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1769: The Silver Goblet. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1768-1770: River Landscape. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
1770: The Blue Boy (Portrait of Jonathan Buttall). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: Huntington Library, San Marino, California. (P)
1770: The Death of General Wolfe. Artist: Benjamin West. Location: National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (P)
c. 1770: Abraham and the Three Angels. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
c. 1770: A Lion Attacking A Horse (Horse Attacked by a Lion). Artist: George Stubbs. Locations: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut; Tate, London.
1743-1772: Basilika Vierzehnheiligen (Basilica of the Fourteen Holy Helpers). Architect: Balthasar Neumann. Location: Bad Staffelstein, Germany.
1773-1774: Thomas William Coke. Artist: Pompeo Batoni. Location: Holkham Hall, Norfolk, UK. (P)
1775: Self-Portrait with an Eyeshade. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1776: Voltaire. Artist: Jean Baptiste Pigalle. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
1775-1777: Portrait of Mrs. Graham. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1777: The Watering Place. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1778-1780: The Cottage Door (two versions). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Locations: (1) Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio (1778); (2) Huntington Library, San Marino, California (1780). (P)
1780: Portrait of a Lady in Blue. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
1781: Belisarius Begging for Alms. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France. (P)
1781: Portrait of Voltaire, Seated (two versions). Artist: Jean-Antoine Houdon. Locations: (1) Comédie-Française, Paris; (2) State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (S)
1781: The Nightmare. Artist: Henry Fuseli. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan. (P)
1770-1782: Monument to Peter the Great (The Bronze Horseman). Artist: Étienne-Maurice Falconet. Location: St. Petersburg. (S)
1778-1782: Watson and the Shark. Artist: John Singleton Copley. Locations: (1) National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (original, 1778); (2) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (copy, 1778); (3) Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan (reduced size, vertical composition, 1782). (P)
1783: Andromache Mourning Hector. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1784: The Mall in St. James Park. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: The Frick Collection, New York. (P)
1785: Mr. and Mrs. William Hallett (The Morning Walk). Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1785: Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Siddons. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1785: The Oath of the Horatii. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1786: Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing. Artist: William Blake. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1785-1787: Portrait of Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1785-1787: Her Grace Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Artist: Thomas Gainsborough. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1787: The Death of Socrates. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1785-1788: Virginia State Capitol. Architects: Thomas Jefferson & Charles-Louis Clérisseau. Location: Richmond, Virginia. (A)
1788: Poem of the Pillow (woodblock prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums, including Victoria and Albert, London; British Museum, London. (E/P)
1789: The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1789: Songs of Innocence (book illustrations). Artist: William Blake. Locations: Various museums. (BI)
1747–1792: Neresheim Abbey (Abbey of Sts. Ulrich and Afra). Architect: Balthasar Neumann. Location: Neresheim, Germany. (A)
1787-1793: Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss (Psyche Awakened by Eros; Psyche and Cupid) (several versions). Artist: Antonio Canova. Locations: (1) Musée du Louvre, Paris (marble, 1787-1793); (2) State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (marble, 1794-1797); (3) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (plaster model, 1794). (S)
1792–1793: Ten Types in the Physiognomic Study of Women (series of prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1793: Death of Marat. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels. (P)
1793: Portrait of the Waitress Okita from the Naniwaya Teahouse (print). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
c. 1793: Three Beauties of the Present Day (print). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1790-1794: The Tennis Court Oath. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Palace of Versailles, Versailles, France. (P)
1793–1794: Great Themes in Classical Love Poetry (Women in Love) (series of prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1794: Array of Supreme Beauties of the Present Day (series of prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1794: The Ancient of Days (frontispiece for Europe: A Prophecy) (multiple versions). Artist: William Blake. Locations: Various, including Glasgow University Library, Glasgow, UK (Copy B); British Museum, London (Copy D); Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (Copy E); Houghton Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Copy H); Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK (Copy K). (BI)
1794-1795: The Chushingura Drama Parodied by Famous Beauties (series of 12 prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1794–1795: Twelve Hours in the Pleasure Quarters of Yoshiwara (Twelve Hours of the Green Houses) (series of prints). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1798: Woman Wiping Away Sweat (print). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
c. 1795-1799: The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch (The Skating Minister). Artist: Henry Raeburn (attribution in question; some believe the artist is Henri-Pierre Danloux). Location: National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh. (P)
1797-1799: Los Caprichos (prints). Artist: Francisco Goya. Locations: First editions at various museums, including: Museo del Prado, Madrid;  National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Pomona College Museum of Art, Pomona, California; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and Berlin State Museums. (E/P)  
1799: The Intervention of the Sabine Women. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)

1800-1899
1797-1800: The Naked Maja (La maja desnuda) . Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1800: Portrait of Madame Recamier. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1792-1801: The White House. Architects: James Hoban & Benjamin Latrobe. Location: Washington, D.C. Additional work: 1814-1817; 1824-1829; 1901. (A)
1800-1801: Charles IV of Spain and His Family. Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1801: Napoleon Crossing the Alps (Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass) (five versions). Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Locations: (1) Château de Malmaison, Rueil-Malmaison, France (original, 1801); (2) Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin (1801); (3) 1802 and (4) 1805, Palace of Versailles, Versailles, France (two versions, 1802 and 1805); (5) Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna (1803). (P)
1802-1803: George Divers House Addition (now ‘Jefferson Room’, Farmington Country Club). Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Charlottesville, Virginia. (A)
1800-1805: The Clothed Maja (La maja vestida). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1805–1806: The Hülsenbeck Children. Artist: Philipp Otto Runge. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
1806: Napoleon I on his Imperial Throne. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée de l’Armée, Hôtel des Invalides, Paris. (P)
1806: Portrait of Madame Rivière. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
c. 1804-1807: Crambe Beck Bridge (formerly Chirk Aqueduct). Artist: John Sell Cotman. Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (P)
1807: The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804 (The Coronation of Napoleon). Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location:  Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1807: The Cross in the Mountains (Tetschen Altar). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1808: Oedipus and the Sphinx. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1808: The Valpinçon Bather. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1768–1809: Monticello. Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Near Charlottesville, Virginia. (A)
1808-1810: The Abbey in the Oakwood. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
1810: The Colossus. Artist: Francisco Goya (attribution in question). Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1793-1811: U.S. Capitol. Architects: William Thornton; Benjamin Latrobe; Charles Bulfinch; Thomas Walter & August Schoenborn. Location: Washington, D.C. Additional work: 1814-1826; 1851-1865. (A)
1810-1811: Morning in the Riesengebirge. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
1811: Winter Landscape (three versions). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Locations: (1) Staatliches Museum, Schwerin, Germany; (2) National Gallery, London; (3) Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Dortmund, Germany. (P)
1812: The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1812: The Cross on the Mountain. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Germany. (P)
1812: The Charging Chasseur (An Officer of the Imperial Horse Guards Charging). Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1814: The Third of May, 1808. Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1814-1878: Hokusai Manga (15 volumes). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1814: La Grand Odalisque. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1814: Wounded Cuirassier Leaving the Field of Battle (two versions). Artist: Théodore Gericault. Locations: (1) Musée du Louvre, Paris; (2) Brooklyn Museum, New York. (P)
1815: The Cross Beside the Baltic. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin. (P)
1815: Boatbuilding near Flatford Mill. Artist: John Constable. Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (P)
1816-1817: Weymouth Bay: Bowleaze Cove and Jordon Hill. Artist: John Constable. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1817: Riderless Races at Rome (The Race of the Riderless Horses). Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1818: Chalk Cliffs on Rugen. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Stiftung Oskar Reinhart, Winterhur, Switzerland. (P)
1818: Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (The Wanderer above the Mists). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
1819: The White Horse. Artist: John Constable. Location: The Frick Collection, New York. A full-scale oil sketch is at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1819: The Raft of the Medusa. Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Musee du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1804-1820: Jerusalem The Emanation of the Giant Albion (illustrated book). Artist: William Blake. Location: Various museums. (BI)
1810-1820: Disasters of War (series of 82 prints). Artist: Francisco Goya. Locations: Various museums. (E/P)
1819-1820: Two Men Contemplating the Moon. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany. (P)
1821: The Hay Wain. Artist: John Constable. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1821: The 1821 Derby of Epsom (The Epsom Derby). Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1822: Barboursville (House of James Barbour). Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Barboursville, Virginia. Burned 1884, leaving ruins. (A)
1822: Moonrise over the Sea. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
1822: Portrait of a Kleptomaniac. Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium. (P)
1822: The Insane Woman. Artist: Théodore Gericault. Location: Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Lyon, France. (P)
1819-1823: Saturn Devouring His Son (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1819-1823: The Dog (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1819-1823: Witches’ Sabbath (The Great He-Goat) (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1819-1823: Fantastic Vision (Asmodea) (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1819-1823: A Pilgrimage to San Isidro (from The Black Paintings). Artist: Francisco Goya. Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid. (P)
1822-1823: Charlotte County Courthouse. Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Charlotte Courthouse, Virginia. (A)
1824: Mars Being Disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces. Artist: Jacques-Louis David. Location: Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels. (P)
1823: Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop’s Grounds. Artist: John Constable. Location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. (P)
1823-1824: The Sea of Ice (The Wreck of Hope). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
1823-1824: Orphan Girl at the Cemetery (Girl Seated in a Cemetery). Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1824: The Massacre at Chios. Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1825: The Leaping Horse. Artist: John Constable. Location: Royal Academy of Arts, London. (P)
1806–1826: Poplar Forest. Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Near Lynchburg, Virginia. (A)
1817-1826: Academical Village, University of Virginia (including The Lawn and the Rotunda). Architect: Thomas Jefferson. Location: Charlottesville, Virginia. Rotunda burned 1895, rebuilt 1898-1899. (A)
c. 1825-1826: The Body of Abel found by Adam and Eve. Artist: William Blake. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1826: The Book of Job (illustrations). Artist: William Blake. Location: Various museums. (BI)
1826: Graveyard under the Snow. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig, Germany. (P)
1826: The Cornfield. Artist: John Constable. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1826: The Bridge at Narni. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1826: View from the Window at Le Gras. Photographer: Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. Location: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (Ph)
1826-1827: The Circle of the Lustful: Francesca da Rimini (The Lovers’ Whirlwind) (illustration for The Divine Comedy: Inferno). Artist: William Blake. Location: Various museums. (BI)
1827: The Apotheosis of Homer. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1827: View at Narni. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (P)
1827: The Death of Sardanapalus. Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1829: Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus. Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1829: Hadleigh Castle. Artist: John Constable. Location: Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. (P)
1830: Liberty Leading the People. Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1831: Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows. Artist: John Constable. Location: Private Collection (on loan to National Gallery, London). (P)
1832: Portrait of Louis-François Bertin. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1826-1833: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (from Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji) (print). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1826-1833: South Wind, Clear Sky (Red Fuji) (from Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji) (print). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1826-1833: A Storm Below the Summit (from Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji) (print). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1833-1834: The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaido (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1834: One Hundred Views of Mt. Fuji (series of prints). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1834: Peonies and Butterfly (print). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1834: Famous Places in Kyōto (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1834: Women of Algiers in their Apartment. Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1834: Forest of Fontainebleau. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1834: Rue Transnonain, le 15 de Avril 1834. Artist: Honoré Daumier. Locations: Various museums and libraries, including: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Austrailia; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. (E/P)
1830-1835: Man and Woman Contemplating the Moon. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
1830-1835: The Giant Mountains (The Riesengebirge). Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
1834–1835: The Burning of the Houses of Parliament (two versions). Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Locations: (1) Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; (2) Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (P)
1835: Venise, La Piazetta. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1835: Hagar in the Wilderness. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1835: Eight Views of Lake Biwa (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1835: Latticed Window at Lacock Abbey (negative, 1835; positive print, 1839). Photographer: William Henry Fox Talbot. (Ph)
1833-1836: La Marseillaise (The Departure of the Volunteers of 1792). Artist: François Rude. Location: Arc de Triomphe, Paris. (S)
1835-1836: Seashore by Moonlight. Artist: Caspar David Friedrich. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
1762-1837: Buckingham Palace. Architects: John Nash; Edmund Blore; Sir Aston Webb. Location: London. Original structure built in 1705; additional work: 1847-1850; 1913. (A)
1837: The Artist’s Studio (daguerreotype). Photographer: Louis Daguerre. (Ph)
c. 1837: The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaidō (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1838: Boulevard du Temple, Paris (daguerreotype). Photographer: Louis Daguerre. (Ph)
1839: The Fighting Temeraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to be Broken up, 1838 (The Fighting Temeraire). Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1839: Self-Portrait (daguerreotype). Photographer: Robert Cornelius. (Ph)
1840: The Slave Ship. Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1840: The Entry of the Crusaders into Constantinople. Artist: Eugène Delacroix. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1840: Self Portrait as a Drowned Man. Photographer: Hippolyte Bayard. (Ph)
1842: Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour’s Mouth. Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
c. 1843: The Open Door (from The Pencil of Nature). Photographer: William Henry Fox Talbot. (Ph)
1844: Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway. Artist: J.M.W. Turner. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1844: Portrait of Louis Daguerre (daguerreotype). Photographer: Jean Baptiste Sabatier-Blot. Location: International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. (Ph)
c. 1844: Portrait of William Henry Fox Talbot (daguerreotype). Photographer: Antoine Claudet. (Ph)
1845: Fur Traders Descending the Missouri. Artist: George Caleb Bingham. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1845: A Newhaven Fisherman and Three Boys. Photographers: David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson. (Ph)
1845: The Misses Binny and Miss Monroe. Photographers: David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson. (Ph)
c. 1845: Mother Albers, The Family Vegetable Woman. Photographer: Carl Ferdinand Stelzner. (Ph)
1847: Living Room with the Artist’s Sister. Artist: Adolph Menzel. Location: Neue Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1847: Portrait of Alexander von Humboldt. Photographer: Hermann Biow. (Ph)
1849: The Dragon of Smoke Escaping from Mt. Fuji (print). Artist: Katsushika Hokusai. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1849: Isabella (Lorenzo and Isabella). Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK. (P)
1849-1850: The Stone Breakers. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Destroyed during World War II. (P)
1850: Christ in the House of his Parents. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
c. 1850: Morning, the Dance of the Nymphs. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1849-1851: A Burial at Ornans. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1851: The Return of the Dove to the Ark. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK. (P)
1852: Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji (First Series) (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1852: A Huguenot on St. Bartholomew’s Day. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Private Collection. (P)
1852-1853: Ophelia. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1853: The Stryge (Henri Le Secq and the Stryge). Photographer: Charles Nègre. (Ph)
1853: Fire at Ames Mill, Oswego, New York. Photographer: George N. Barnard. (Ph)
1844-1854: The Wounded Man. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1848-1854: Washington Monument. Architect: Robert Mills. Location: Washington, D.C. Additional work: 1877-1884. (A)
1854: The Meeting, or Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet! Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Musée Fabre, Montpellier, France. (P)
1854: Portrait of Gustave Doré. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1852-1855: The Last of England. Artist: Ford Madox Brown. Location: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK. (P)
1852-1855: The Horse Fair. Artist: Rosa Bonheur. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1854-1855: Pierrot the Photographer. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1855: The Painter’s Studio: A Real Allegory. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1855: Self-Portrait. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1855: Roger Fenton’s Photographic Van, Crimea. Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Ph)
1855: The Valley of the Shadow of Death. Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Ph)
1855-1856: Autumn Leaves. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester, UK. (P)
1856: The Blind Girl. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK. (P)
1823-1857: British Museum. Architect: Sir Robert Smirke. Location: London. (A)
1850-1857: Self-Portrait. Artist: Ren Xiong. Location: Palace Museum, Beijing. (P)
1857: The Gleaners. Artist: Jean-François Millet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1857: Le Concert Champêtre. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée Condé, Chantilly, France. (P)
1857: Two Ways of Life. Photographer: Oscar Gustav Rejlander. (Ph)
1855-1858. Portrait of Charles Baudelaire. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1856-1858: One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1856-1858: Plum Estate, Kameido (from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1856-1858: Sudden Shower at Ohashi Bridge (from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1858: Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji (Second Series) (series of prints). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1858: View from Satta Point in the Suruga Bay (from Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji). Artist: Ando Hiroshige. Location: Various museums. (E/P)
1858: Fading Away. Photographer: Henry Peach Robinson. (Ph)
1858-1859: At the Piano. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati, Ohio. (P)
c. 1859: Young Woman in Profile. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1859-1860: The Bellilli Family. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1860: The Spanish Singer. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1860: The Ascent of Mont Blanc (series of photographs). Photographers: Louis-August & Auguste Rosalie Bisson. (Ph)
1861: Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas. (P)
1861: Tartan Ribbon. Photographers: James Clerk Maxwell & Thomas Sutton. (Ph)
1861. Civil War Battlefield, Antietam. Photographer: Alexander Gardner. (Ph)
1861-1862. The Catacombs of Paris (series of photographs). Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1862: The Turkish Bath. Artist: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1862: Music in the Tuileries Gardens. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1862: Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1862: Cotopaxi. Artist: Frederic Edwin Church. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan. (P)
1862: President Lincoln on the Battlefield at Antietam. Photographer: Alexander Gardner. (Ph)
1863: Le Dejeuner sur l’Herbe (Luncheon on the Grass). Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1863: Olympia. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1863: A Harvest of Death, Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Photographer: Timothy O’Sullivan. (Ph)
1862-1864: The Third-Class Carriage. Artist: Honoré Daumier. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (larger, unfinished version); National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (smaller, finished version). (P)
1864: Souvenir de Mortefontaine. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1864: Symphony in White, No. 2: The Little White Girl. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1864: The Dead Toreador. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
c. 1864: Paul and Virginia. Photographer: Julia Margaret Cameron. (Ph)
1852-1865: Work. Artist: Ford Madox Brown. Location: Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK. (P)
1865: Orpheus (Thracian Girl Carrying the Head of Orpheus). Artist: Gustave Moreau. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1865: Portrait of Sarah Bernhardt. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1865-1866: Jo, La Belle Irlandaise. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1865-1866: Yosemite Valley from the Best General View. Photographer: Carleton E. Watkins. (Ph)
1866: The Origin of the World. Artist: Gustave Courbet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1866: Prisoners from the Front. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1866: Louis-Auguste Cezanne, the Artist’s Father, Reading ‘L’Evenement.’ Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1866-1867: Women in the Garden. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1867: Ville d’Avray. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1867: Garden at Sainte-Adresse (The Terrace at Sainte-Adresse). Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1867: Portrait of Sir John Herschel. Photographer: Julia Margaret Cameron. (Ph)
1867: Cape Horn, Columbia River, Oregon. Photographer: Carleton E. Watkins. (Ph)
1866-1868: St. Pancras Railway Station. Architect: William Henry Barlow. Location: London, England, UK. (A)
1868: The Balcony. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1868: Luncheon in the Studio. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Neue Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
1865-1869: The Dance (La Danse). Artist: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (S)
1869: The Harbor at Lorient. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1836-1870: Houses of Parliament (Palace of Westminster). Architects: Charles Barry & Augustus Pugin. Location: London. (A)
1868-1870: Woman with a Pearl. Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
1869-1870: A Modern Olympia. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1869-1870: The Mother and Sister of the Artist. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1870: Chill October. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Private Collection (Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber). (P)
1871: The Boyhood of Raleigh. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1871: Arrangement in Grey and Black: Portrait of the Painter’s Mother (‘Whistler’s Mother’). Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1871: Max Schmitt in a Single Scull (The Champion Single Sculls). Artist: Thomas Eakins. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1871: Communards in their Coffins. Photographer: Andre Adolphe Eugene Disderi. (Ph)
1871: Hot Springs on the Gardiner River, Upper Basin (stereograph). Photographer: William Henry Jackson. (Ph)
1871-1872: Nocturne in Blue and Silver: Chelsea. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1872: Entrance to the Village of Voisins. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1872: Le Foyer de la Danse (Dance Class at the Opera House). Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1872: Snap the Whip (two versions). Artist: Winslow Homer. Locations: (1) Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; (2) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1872: The Cradle. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1870-1873: Barge Haulers on the Volga. Artist: Ilya Repin. Location: State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
1872-1873: Impression, Sunrise. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris. (P)
1872-1873: Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2: Portrait of Thomas Carlyle. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Scotland. (P)
1873: Self-Portrait. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1873: Hoar Frost (The Old Road to Ennery). Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1873: Portrait in a New Orleans Cotton Exchange. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musee des Beaux-Arts, Pau, France. (P)
1873: Boulevard des Capucines (two versions). Artist: Claude Monet. Locations: (1) Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri; (2) Pushkin Museum, Moscow. (P)
1873: Wild Poppies Near Argenteuil (Poppy Field Near Argenteuil). Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1873: Reading. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (P)
1873: Hide and Seek (Cache-Cache). Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas, Nevada (?). (P)
1873: Spanish Dancer Wearing a Lace Mantilla. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1873: Ancient Ruins in the Canyon de Chelly. Photographer: Timothy O’Sullivan. (Ph)
1873: Mount of the Holy Cross. Photographer: William Henry Jackson. (Ph)
1874: Boating. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1874: The Dance Class (two versions). Artist: Edgar Degas. Locations: (1) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; (2) Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1874: Chasing Butterflies (The Butterfly Hunt). Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1874: In a Park (On the Grass; On the Lawn). Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Musée du Petit Palais, Paris. (P)
1861-1875: Paris Opera House (Palais Garnier). Architect: Charles Garnier. Location: Paris. (A)
1875: Place de la Concorde. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
1875: Red Boats, Argenteuil. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (P)
1875: Woman with a Parasol. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1875: Hanging the Laundry out to Dry (Peasant Hanging out the Washing). Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1875: Eugene Manet on the Isle of Wight. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Musée Marmottan, Paris. (P)
1875: Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michican. (P)
1875: The Gross Clinic.  Artist: Thomas Eakins. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
c. 1875: No. 27, Once a little vagrant; No. 28, Now a little workman (pair of photographs). Photographers: Thomas John Barnardo & Thomas John Barnes. (Ph)
1875 (or 1886): In the Dining Room. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1873-1876: Breezing Up (A Fair Wind). Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1874-1876: The Apparition (two versions). Artist: Gustave Moreau. Locations: (1) Musée National Gustave Moreau, Paris (oil painting); (2) Musée du Louvre, Paris (watercolor). (P)
1875-1876: L’Absinthe (In a Cafe). Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1876: The Psyche Mirror (Psyche; The Cheval-Glass). Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid. (P)
1876: Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1872-1877: Nocturne: Blue and Gold – Old Battersea Bridge. Artist: James McNeill Whistler. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1877: Red Roofs, Pontoise. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1877: Dancers Practicing at the Barre. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1877: The Age of Bronze. Artist: Auguste Rodin. Locations: Various, including Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Schlossmuseum, Weimar, Germany; Chiado Museum, Lisbon; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio; Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii; Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, UK; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Musée d’Orsay, Paris; Museo Soumaya, Mexico City; Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary; Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana; Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey; Rodin Museum, Philadelphia; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; Burrell Collection, Glasgow, Scotland. (S)
1877: Paris Street, Rainy Day (Paris Street-Rainy Weather). Artist: Gustave Caillebotte. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1877: Portrait of Georges Sand. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1877: The Crawlers (from Street Life in London). Photographer: John Thomson. (Ph)
1877-1878: Prima Ballerina (The Star – Dancer on the Stage). Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1878: The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Royal Holloway, University of London, London. (P)
1878: Portrait of the Artist. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1878: Reading ‘Le Figaro.’ Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Private Collection (Mrs. Eric de Spoelberch, Haverford, Pennsylvania). (P)
1878: Little Girl in a Blue Armchair. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1878: Sallie Gardner at a Gallop (series of photographs). Photographer: Eadweard Muybridge. (Ph)
1878-1879: Madame Charpentier and Her Children. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1879: Cherry Ripe. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Private Collection. (P)
1879: Miss La La at the Cirque Fernando. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1879: Summer’s Day. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1879: Lilacs in a Window. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1879: At the Theater (Lydia Leaning on her Arms, Seated in Loge). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. (P)
1879: Birds (color). Photographer: Louis Ducos du Hauron. (Ph)
1873-1880: Natural History Museum. Architect: Alfred Waterhouse. Location: London, England, UK. (A)
1875-1880: Woman at her Toilette. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1876-1880: The Golden Stairs. Artist: Edward Burne-Jones. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
1880: Self-Portrait. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. (P)
1880: The Tea (Five O’Clock Tea). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1880-1881: The Thinker (28 bronze and plaster casts). Artist: Auguste Rodin. Locations: The 19 casts made before Rodin’s death are at: National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (bronze, 1884); Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva, Switzerland (bronze, 1896); National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (bronze, 1901); University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky (bronze, 1903); Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan (bronze, 1903); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (plaster, 1904); Musée Rodin, Paris (bronze, 1904); Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen (bronze, 1904); Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Germany (plaster, 1904); National Museum, Poznań, Poland (plaster, 1904); Legion of Honor, San Francisco (bronze, 1904); Private collection (bronze, 1906); Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Strasbourg, France (plaster, 1907); Ca’ Pesaro, Venice (plaster, 1907); Waldemarsudde, Stockholm, Sweden (bronze, 1908); Private collection (bronze, 1916); Rodin’s tomb, Meudon, France (bronze, 1916); Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio (bronze, 1916); Musée Rodin, Meudon, France (plaster, 1916). (Ph)
1880-1881: Luncheon of the Boating Party. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C. (P)
1881: Young Peasant Having her Coffee (Young Peasant Woman Drinking Her Café au Lait). Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1881: Little Dancer of Fourteen Years (multiple versions). Artist: Edgar Degas. Locations: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; M.T. Abraham Foundation, Paris and Geneva. (S)
1869-1882: Neuschwanstein Castle. Architect: Eduard Riedel. Location: Schwangau, Germany. (A)
1878-1882: Three Women in Church. Artist: Wilhelm Leibl. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
1880-1882: Young Woman Sewing in a Garden (Girl in the Garden). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1881-1882: A Bar at the Folies-Bergere. Artist: Édouard Manet. Location: Courtauld Institute of Art, London. (P)
1882: The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit. Artist: John Singer Sargent. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1882-Present: La Sagrada Familia (Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família). Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. Under construction. (A)
1869-1883: Brooklyn Bridge. Architect: John Augustus Roebling. Location: New York. (A)
1880-1883: Religious Procession in Kursk Province. Artist: Ilya Repin. Location: Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. (P)
1882-1883: Montauk Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham & John Wellborn Root. Location: Chicago. Demolished in 1902. (A)
1883: Dance in the Country. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1884: The Life Line. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
1884: Children Playing on the Beach (Children on the Beach). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1884: Bathers at Asnieres. Artist: Georges Seurat. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1884: Portrait of Madame X. Artist: John Singer Sargent. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1884: King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid. Artist: Edward Burne-Jones. Locations: Tate Britain, London; Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England, UK (full-size cartoon). (P)
1884: Storks (series of photographs). Photographer: Ottomar Anschütz. (Ph)
1885: The Fog Warning. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1885: Portrait of Alexander J. Cassatt and His Son, Robert Kelso Cassatt. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
1885: Lady at the Tea Table. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1885: The Potato Eaters. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
1880-1886: The Isle of the Dead (four versions extant). Artist: Arnold Böcklin. Locations: (1) Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland (1880); (2) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1880); (3) Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin (1883); (4) Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig, Germany (1886). (P)
1884-1886: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte. Artist: Georges Seurat. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1885-1886: The Sick Child. Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: National Gallery, Oslo, Norway. (P)
1886: Rookery Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham & John Wellborn Root. Location: Chicago. (A)
1886: Statue of Liberty. Artists: Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (exterior); Gustav Eiffel (interior); Richard Morris Hunt (pedestal). Location: Liberty Island, New York. (S) (A)
1886: Bubbles. Artist: John Everett Millais. Location: Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, UK. (P)
1886: Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma (ownership in dispute). (P)
1886: The Tub. Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1886: Woman in the Bath (The Tub). Artist: Edgar Degas. Location: Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington, Connecticut. (P)
1886: Eight Bells. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. (P)
1886: Self-Portrait with a Beret. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Private Collection. (P)
1886: Child in a Straw Hat. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1886: Girl Arranging her Hair. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1886: The Art of Living a Hundred Years (series of photographs). Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1884-1887: The Large Bathers. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
1886-1888: Palau Güell (Güell Palace). Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
1887-1888: Circus Sideshow (Parade de Cirque). Artist: Georges Seurat. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1888: The Vision after the Sermon (Jacob Wrestles with the Angel). Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. (P)
1888: Café Terrace at Night. Artist: Vincent van Gogh. Location: Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands. (P)
1888: Still Life: Vase with Twelve Sunflowers (series of four, three extant). Artist: Vincent van Gogh. Locations: (1) Private collection; (2) Neue Pinakothek, Munich (also copy by Van Gogh at Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia); (3) National Gallery, London (also copies by Van Gogh at Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam; Sompo Japan Museum of Art, Tokyo). (P)
1888: The Night Café. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.
1888: Starry Night over the Rhone. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris (on loan from Private Collection).
1888: Bedroom in Arles (October 1888). Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
1888: The Models (two versions). Artist: Georges Seurat. Locations: (1) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia; (2) Private Collection (Paul G. Allen). (P)
1888: Christ’s Entry into Brussels in 1889 (The Entry of Christ into Brussels). Artist: James Ensor. Location: J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (P)
1888: The Lady of Shalott. Artist: John William Waterhouse. Location: Tate Britain, London.
1883-1889: Casa Vicens. Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
1887-1889: Eiffel Tower. Architects: Gustave Eiffel; Maurice Koechlin, Émile Nouguier; Stephen Sauvestre. Location: Paris. (A)
1888-1889: Wright Home and Studio. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Oak Park, Chicago. (A)
1889: The Kiss (multiple marble and bronze casts). Artist: Auguste Rodin. Locations: Some of the existing casts are as follows: (1) Musée Rodin, Paris (marble, 1888-1889); (2) Tate Modern, London (marble, 1900); (3) Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen (marble, 1903); (4) Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina (plaster). (S)
1889: The Burghers of Calais (12 original bronze casts). Artist: Auguste Rodin. Locations (and casting dates): Calais, France (1895); Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket, Copenhagen, (1903), Royal Museum, Mariemont, Belgium (1905); Victoria Tower Gardens, London (1908); Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1925); Musée Rodin, Paris (1926); Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland (1943); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. (1943); National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo (1953); Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California (1968); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1985); PLATEAU, Seoul, Korea (1995). (S)
1889: The Yellow Christ. Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: Albright–Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P) 
1889: The Starry Night. Artist: Vincent van Gogh. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
1889: Self-Portrait. Artist: Vincent van Gogh. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1889: Bedroom in Arles (Sept. 1889, two versions). Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Locations: Musee d’Orsay, Paris; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago.
1889: Irises. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: John Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
1889: The Olive Trees (several versions). Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (June-July 1889, also known as Olive Trees with the Alpilles in the Background, Saint-Remy); Private Collection (September 1889); National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh (November 1889).
1886-1890: Auditorium Building. Architects: Louis Sullivan & Denkmar Adler. Location: Chicago. (A)
1888–1890: The Boy in the Red Vest. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Foundation E.G. Bührle Collection, Zürich, Switzerland. (P)
1888-1890: Jeune Femme se Poudrant (Young Woman Powdering Herself). Artist: Georges Seurat. Location: Courtauld Institute of Art, London (P)
c. 1888-1890. An Ancient Lodger and the Plank on Which She Slept, at Eldridge Police Station. Photographer: Jacob A. Riis. (Ph)
1889: The Onion Field. Photographer: George Davison. (Ph)
1889-1890: The Night. Artist: Ferdinand Hodler. Location: Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland. (P)
1890: Myself, Portrait-Landscape. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic. (P)
1890: Wheat Field with Crows. Artist: Vincent van Gogh. Location: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. (P)
1890: Sorrowing Old Man (after ‘At Eternity’s Gate’). Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands.
1890: Portrait of Dr. Gachet (two versions). Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: I, Private Collection; II, Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
1890: The Church at Auvers. Artist: Vincent Van Gogh. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
1890: At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location:  Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
1890: The Photographer’s Wife. Photographer: Nadar. (Ph)
1889-1891: Monadnock Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham & John Wellborn Root. Location: Chicago. (A)
1890-1891: Wainwright Building. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan & Dankmar Adler. Location: St. Louis, Missouri. (A)
1890-1891: In the Omnibus (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Various, including National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (E/P)
1890-1891: Chronophotographic Study of Man Pole Vaulting. Photographer: Etienne-Jules Marey. (Ph)
1891: Woman Bathing (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Locations: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (E/P)
1891: The Coiffure (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of  Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (E/P)
1891: The Lamp (print). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (E/P)
1891: Surprised! (Tiger in a Tropical Storm). Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1891: La Orana Maria (Hail Mary). Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1891: The Circus. Artist: Georges Seurat. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1891: Moulin Rouge: La Goulue (poster). Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Various. (O)
1892: Masonic Temple. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham & John Wellborn Root. Location: Chicago. (A)
1892: Two Young Girls at the Piano. Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1892: Manao Tupapau (The Spirit of the Dead Keeps Watch). Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: Albright–Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
1892: At the Moulin Rouge. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1892: La Goulue Arriving at the Moulin Rouge. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
1892: At the Moulin Rouge: Two Women Waltzing. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic. (P)
1892: Ambassadeurs – Aristede Bruant (poster). Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Locations: Various. (O)
1892: The Terminal, New York. Photographer: Alfred Stieglitz. (Ph)
1893: William H. Winslow House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: River Forest, Illinois. (A)
1893: The Fox Hunt. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. (P)
1893: Julie Manet and her Greyhound Laertes. Artist: Berthe Morisot. Location: Musée Marmottan, Paris. (P)
1893: The Child’s Bath (The Bath). Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1893: The Scream (multiple versions): Artist: Edvard Munch. Locations: (1) National Gallery, Oslo, Norway (1893): (2) Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway (1893); (3) Private collection (1895); (4) 48 black and white lithographic prints (1895), various locations; (5) Munch Museum, Oslo (1910). (P) (E/P)
1893: Summer Night’s Dream (The Voice). Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1893: Jane Avril (poster). Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Various. (O)
1886-1894: Tower Bridge. Architect: Horace Jones. Location: London. (A)
1892-1894: Rouen Cathedral (series). Artist: Claude Monet. Locations: Various museums, including: Musee d’Orsay, Paris, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston;  Pola Museum of Art, Hakone, Japan.
1893-1894: Chicago Stock Exchange. Architects: Louis Sullivan & Denkmar Adler. Location: Chicago. (A)
1893-1894: Hôtel Tassel. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
1893-1894: The Boating Party. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1894: Mahana No Atua (Day of the God). Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1894: Ashes. Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: National Gallery, Oslo, Norway. (P)
1894: In the Salon of the Rue des Moulins. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France. (P)
1894: Rue des Moulins: The Medical Inspection. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
1894: Venetian Canal. Photographer: Alfred Stieglitz. (Ph)
1890-1895: Reliance Building. Architects: Daniel Hudson Burnham & John Wellborn Root. Location: Chicago. (A)
1890-1895: The Card Players (series of five paintings): Artist: Paul Cézanne. Locations: (1) Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia (1890-1892); (2) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1890-1892); (3) Private collection (1892-1893); (4) Courtauld Institute of Art, London (1892-1895); (5) Musée d’Orsay, Paris (1894-1895). (P)
1892-1895: Madonna (multiple versions). Artist: Edvard Munch. Locations: (1) National Gallery of Norway, Oslo, Norway (1894-1895); (2) Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway (1894); (3) Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany (1895); (4) and (5), Private Collections. (P)
1893-1895: Autrique House. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
1893-1895: Death in the Sickroom. Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway. (P)
1894-1895: Guaranty Building (Prudential Building). Architects: Louis Sullivan & Denkmar Adler. Location: Buffalo, New York. (A)
1894-1895: Puberty. Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: National Gallery, Oslo, Norway. (P)
1895: The Basket of Apples. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
1895: Love and Pain (‘Vampire’). Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway. (P)
1896: La Toilette. Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1897: Mont Sainte-Victoire seen from the Bibemus Quarry. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland. (P)
1897: The Sleeping Gypsy. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1897: Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? Artist: Paul Gauguin. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
1895-1898: Hôtel Solvay. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
1896-1898: Maison du Peuple. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium (demolished). (A)
1898: La Place du Theatre Francais. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. (P)
1898: Boulevard Montmarte at Night. Artist: Camille Pissarro. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
1898: Kneeling Youth (Boy Kneeling at the Spring). Artist: George Minne. Locations: Musee d’Orsay, Paris (bronze); Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands (bronze); Neue Galerie, New York (marble), Museum of Modern Art, New York (plaster); National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (plaster), Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent (plaster).
1898: The Fountain of Kneeling Youth. Artist: George Minne: Locations: Folkwang Museum, Hage, Germany (marble) Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent (bronze) Brussels, Belgium (garden of Parliament building) (bronze).
1898: Denver, Colorado (panoramic view). Photographer: William Henry Jackson. (Ph)
1899: The Gulf Stream. Artist: Winslow Homer. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
1899: The Water Lily Pond (The Japanese Bridge). Artist: Claude Monet. Locations: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne; Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
1899: Blessed Art Thou Among Women. Photographer: Gertrude Käsebier. (Ph)

  • 1900-1999
    1898-1900: Casa Calvet. Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
    1899-1900: The Dance of Life. Artist: Edvard Munch. Location: National Gallery, Oslo, Norway. (P)
    1899-1900: Lampshade Peddler. Photographer: Eugène Atget. (Ph)
    1897-1901: Hôtel van Eetvelde. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1898-1901: Maison & Atelier Horta (now Horta Museum). Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1901: Pyramid of Skulls. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1901: Judith and the Head of Holofernes (Judith I). Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1901: Versailles Parc. Photographer: Eugène Atget. (Ph)
    1902: Beethoven Frieze. Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Secession Building, Vienna. (P)
    1902: Blue Nude. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Picasso Museum, Barcelona, Spain. (P)
    1902: Rodin and The Thinker. Photographer: Edward Steichen. (Ph)
    1902: Portrait of Miss N (Evelyn Nesbit). Photographer: Gertrude Käsebier. (Ph)
    1894-1903: Hôtel Winssigner. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1902-1903: Flatiron Building. Architect: Daniel Burnham. Location: New York. (A)
    1902-1903: Margot in Blue. Artist: Mary Cassatt. Location: Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. (P)
    1903: The Blue Rider. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1903: The Old Guitarist. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1903: La Vie. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (P)
    1903: The Red Man. Photographer: Gertrude Käsebier. (Ph)
    1903: The Wright Brothers’ First Flight, North Carolina. Photographer: John T. Daniels, Jr. Location: National Air & Space Museum, Washington, D.C. (Ph)
    1903: The Flatiron Building, New York. Photographer: Alfred Stieglitz. (Ph)
    1899-1904: Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. Building (now Sullivan Center). Architect: Louis H. Sullivan. Location: Chicago. (A)
    1904: Unity Temple. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Chicago. (A)
    c. 1890-1905: Fang Ngil Masks (Cameroon). Artists: Unknown. Locations: Various, including  Musée du Louvre, Paris. (S)
    1903-1905: Waucquez Department Store (now Comic Strip Museum). Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium.
    1904-1905: Luxe, Calme, et Volupte. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
    1905: The Hungry Lion Throws itself on the Antelope. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland. (P)
    1905: Water Lilies. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
    1905: Woman with a Hat. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1905: The Open Window, Collioure. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1905: Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Stripe). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. (P)
    1905: Self-Portrait. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1905: The Flatiron Building, New York. Photographer: Edward Steichen. (Ph)
    1905: Portrait of Matisse. Artist: André Derain. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1898-1906: The Large Bathers. Artist: Paul Cézanne. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1904-1906: Casa Batlló. Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
    1904-1906: Mont Sainte-Victoire from Les Lauves (multiple versions). Artist: Paul Cézanne. Locations: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow. (P)
    1905-1906: Joy of Life (Le Bonheur de Vivre). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia. (P)
    1906: Portrait of Fritza Riedler. Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Österreichische Gallerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1906: Looking Down Sacramento Street, San Francisco. Photographer: Arnold Genthe. (Ph)
    1907: The Snake Charmer. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: Musée d’Orsay, Paris. (P)
    1907: Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Neue Galerie, New York. (P)
    1907: Danaë. Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Galerie Würthle, Vienna. (P)
    1907: Blue Nude (Souvenir de Biskra). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland. (P)
    1907: Les Demoiselles d’Avignon. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1907: Landscape at La Ciotat. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1907: The Steerage. Photographer: Alfred Stieglitz. (Ph)
    1907: Mornington Crescent Nudes (series). Artist: Walter Richard Sickert. Locations: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia. (P)
    1907: Union Station. Architect: Daniel Hudson Burnham. Location: Washington, D.C. (A)
    1907-1908: National Farmers’ Bank. Architect: Louis Sullivan. Location: Owatonna, Minnesota. (A)
    1907-1908: The Kiss. Artist: Gustav Klimt. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1907-1908: Trees by the Gein at Moonrise. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1907-1908: The Kiss (multiple versions). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations: Various, including Muzeul de Arta, Craiova, Romania (1907); Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas (1907-1908); Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris (1909); Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (1916). (S)
    1908: The Dessert – Harmony in Red (The Red Room). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1908: Road Near L’Estaque. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1908: Large Nude. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Private Collection (Alex Maguy, Paris). (P)
    1908: The Jewess. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Galerie Schmit, Paris. (P)
    1908: Sadie Pfeiffer. 48 inches tall. Has worked half a year. Lancaster Cotton Mills, South Carolina. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1908: Spinner in Cotton Mill. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1908: Child Laborer in Newberry, South Carolina Cotton Mill. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1908-1909: In the Tropical Forest, Combat between a Tiger and a Buffalo. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1909: View from the Dunes with Beach and Piers, Domburg. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1909: One a.m. but young pin boys are working, Brooklyn, New York. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1909: Playground in Mill Village, Boston. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1909: Nude on a Sofa. Artist: Erich Heckel. Location: Moderne Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
    1908-1910: AEG Turbine Factory. Architect: Peter Behrens. Location: Berlin. (A)
    1908-1910: Robie House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Chicago. (A)
    1908-1910: Evening: The Red Tree. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1909-1910: Sleeping Muse I (multiple versions)Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations:  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. (marble, 1909-1910); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (bronze, 1910); Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (bronze, 1910); Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris (bronze, 1910; marble, 1912). (S)
    1909-1910: Enigma of an Autumn Afternoon. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Private collection (Peggy Guggenheim?). (P)
    1909-1910: Enigma of the Oracle. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1909-1910: The Dance (two versions). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: (1) Museum of Modern Art, New York (preliminary study, 1909); (2) State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (1910). (P)
    1910: Music. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1910: The Dream. Artist: Henri Rousseau. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1910: The City Rises. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1910: Nature Morte (Violon et Compotier) (Still Life (Violin and Candlestick)). Artist: Georges Braque. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1910: Self-Portrait (Self-Portrait with Striped Shirt). Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Sammlung Leopold, Vienna. (P)
    1910: Landscape near Figueras. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Private collection (Albert Field, Astoria, Queens). (P)
    1910: Church in Murnau. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich. (P)
    1910: Self-Portrait with a Model. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
    c. 1910: Newsies at Skeeters Branch, St. Louis, Missouri. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1905-1911: Palais Stoclet (Stoclet House; Stoclet Palace). Architect: Josef Hoffmann. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1911: L’Atelier Rouge (The Red Studio). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911: The Gray Tree. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1911: The Street Enters the House (The Noise of the Street). Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Sprengel Museum, Hanover, Germany. (P)
    1911: States of Mind I: The Farewells. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911: States of Mind II: Those Who Go. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911: States of Mind III: Those Who Stay. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911: Half Past Three (The Poet). Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1911: I and the Village. Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911: Self-Portrait with Black Vase. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Historiches Museum der Stadt, Vienna. (P)
    1911: Breaker Boys in Coal Chute, South Pittston, Pennsylvania. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1906-1912: Casa Milà (La Pedrera). Architect: Antoni Gaudì. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
    1908-1912: San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk (Twilight in Venice). Artist: Claude Monet. Location: National Museum Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales. (P)
    1910-1912: The Wedding. Artist: Fernand Léger. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1911-1912: Man with a Guitar. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1911-1912: The Portuguese. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
    1911-1912: Still Life with Ginger Pot I. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1911-1912: Still Life with Ginger Pot II. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1912: Portrait of Mademoiselle Pogany (I). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (marble, 1912); Museum of Modern Art, New York (bronze, 1913). (S)
    1912: Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1912: The Fiddler. Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. (P)
    1912: Agony. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Neue Pinakothek, Munich. (P)
    1912: The Octopus. Photographer: Alvin Langdon Coburn. (Ph)
    1912: Tiger. Artist: Franz Marc. Location: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich. (P)
    1912: Apple Tree in Bloom. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1912: The Prophet (print). Artist: Emil Nolde. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; British Museum, London. (E/P)
    1903-1913: Grand Central Station (Grand Central Terminal). Architects: Reed & Stem, Warren & Wetmore. Location: New York. (A)
    1911-1913: Fagus Factory. Architects: Walter Gropius & Adolf Meyer. Location: Alfeld an der Leine, Germany. Additional work: 1925. (A)
    1911-1913: Head (series of sculptures). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Locations: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (1910-1911); Tate Modern, London (1911-1912); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1912); Museum of Modern Art, New York (1915?). (S)
    1912-1913: Reaper on Red Background (The Reaper). Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: The Fine Arts Museum, Nizhnij Novgorod, Russia. (P)
    1912-1913: Development of a Bottle in Space (multiple casts). Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (cast 1913); Museum of Modern Art, New York (cast, 1931). (S)
    1913: Composition VI. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1913: Composition VII. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. (P)
    1913: Synthesis of Human Dynamism. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Sculpture destroyed. (S)
    1913: Dynamism of a Cyclist. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. (Long term loan from the Gianni Mattioli Collection.) (P)
    1913: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (multiple casts). Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Locations: Museu de Arte Contemporânea, São Paulo, Brazil (original plaster cast, 1913 and bronze cast, 1960); Private collection (Gianni Mattioli, Milan) (bronze cast, c. 1925-1926); Museum of Modern Art, New York (bronze cast, 1931) (without the base); Museo del Novecento, Milan, Italy (bronze cast, 1931) (without the base); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (bronze cast, 1949); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (bronze cast, 1949); Private collection (Paolo Marinotti, Milan) (bronze cast, 1972); Tate Modern, London (bronze cast, 1972). (S)
    1913: Dynamism of a Soccer Player. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1913: Woman with a Guitar. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1913: Bicycle Wheel. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. Original was lost; Duchamp recreated piece in 1951.
    1913: The Soothsayer’s Recompense. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1913: The Red Tower. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1913: The Uncertainty of the Poet. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1913: Setting Sun. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Leopold Museum, Vienna. (P)
    1913: Five Women on the Street. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1900-1914: Parc Güell. Architect: Antoni Gaudí. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
    1912-1914: The Windows (Simultaneous Windows) (series of 22). Artist: Robert Delaunay. Locations: Various, including (1) Windows Open Simultaneously (First Part, Third Motif), Tate Modern, London; (2) Simultaneous Windows on the City, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany; (3) Windows Open Simultaneously (First Part, Third Motif), (4) Simultaneous Windows (2nd Motif, 1st Part) and (5) The Three Windows, the Tower and the Wheel, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; (6) Windows, Museum of Modern Art, New York; (7) The Window, Musée de Grenoble, Grenoble, France; (8) A Window, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1913-1914: The Rock Drill. Artist: Jacob Epstein. Location: Sculpture dismantled by artist in 1915, reworked into Torso in Metal from Rock Drill (1916), at Tate Britain, London.  A 1974 reconstruction of Rock Drill by Ken Cook and Ann Christopher is at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK. (S)
    1913-1914: The Bride of the Wind (The Tempest). Artist: Oskar Kokoschka. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
    1914: Merchants’ National Bank. Architect: Louis Sullivan. Location: Grinnell, Iowa. (A)
    1914: Werkbund Exhibition Buildings. Architect: Walter Gropius. Location: Cologne, Germany. (A)
    1914: An Englishman in Moscow. Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (P)
    1914: Soldier of the First Division (Reservist of the First Division). Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (C)
    1914: The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk) (three versions). Artist: Marc Chagall. Locations: Kunstmuseum, Basel, Basel, Switzerland (original, 1914); Ca’ Pesaro, Venice (1923 copy by Chagall); Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (1923 copy by Chagall). (P)
    1914: Song of Love. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1914: Gare Montparnasse: The Melancholy of Departure. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1914: The Child’s Brain. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. (P)
    1914: Mystery and Melancholy of a Street. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1914: Three Young Farmers in Sunday Dress, Westerwald, Germany. Photographer: August Sander. (Ph)
    c. 1914: The Cyclops. Artist: Odilon Redon. Location: Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands. (P)
    1914-1915: Death and the Maiden. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    c. 1914-1915: Lovers: Self Portrait with Wally. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1915: Pier and Ocean (Composition No. 10 in Black and White). Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands. (P)
    1915: Black Square (Black Suprematic Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Locations: State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (original, 1915); State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg; State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1915: Black Circle. Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1915: Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions (Red Square). Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1915: Suprematist Painting: Aeroplane Flying. Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1915: The Charge of the Lancers. Artist: Umberto Boccioni. Location: Private collection (Riccardo and Magda Jucker, Milan, Italy). (P)
    1915: Portrait of Paul Guillaume, Novo Pilota. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1915: Portrait of Moise Kisling. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy.
    1915: Madame Pompadour. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1915: The Seer. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1915: House with Shingles. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Leopold Museum, Vienna. (P)
    1915: Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Standing (Edith Schiele in Striped Dress). Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1915: Wall Street. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1915: Lovers, Budapest. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1915: Making Human Junk (poster). Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1915: The Breakfast Table (Breakfast). Artist: Juan Gris. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P) (C)
    1915: Self-Portrait as a Soldier. Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Location: Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. (P)
    1915: Birthday. Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1916: The Piano Lesson. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1916: Composition. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1916: Princess X. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (bronze); Musée National d‘Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (bronze); Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (marble). (S)
    1916: The Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz and His Wife Berthe Lipchitz (Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1916: Portrait of Beatrice Hastings. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1916: Portrait of Leopold Zborowski. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Private collection. (P)
    1916: Seated Nude. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Courtauld Institute of Art, London. (P)
    1916: Metaphysical Interior with Biscuits. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas. (P)
    1916: Blind Woman, New York. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1916: White Fence, Port Kent. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1916: Porch Shadows. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1916: Suicide. Artist: George Grosz. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1915-1917: Mother with Two Children. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1917: The Gates of Hell. Artist: Auguste Rodin. Locations: Musée d’Orsay (plaster original); Rodin Museum, Philadelphia (bronze cast, 1926-1928); Musée Rodin, Paris (bronze cast, 1926-1928); Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich Switzerland (bronze cast, 1949). (S)
    1917: Fountain. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Locations: The original is lost. Replicas are located at Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (1950); Moderna Museet, Stockholm (1963); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1 of 8 replicas made, 1964): Tate Modern, London (2/8, 1964); National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (3/8, 1964); Private collection (4/8, 1964); Private collection (Dimitri Daskalopoulos) (5/8, 1964); National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan (5/8, 1964); Dina Vierny Foundation-Maillol Museum, Paris (6/8, 1964); Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana (8/8, 1964); Musée National d‘Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (artist’s proof, 1964); Private Collection (artist’s proof, 1964); The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1964); National Gallery of Modern Art, Rome (1964); The Dakis Joannou Collection (prototype, 1964). (O)
    1917: Great Metaphysical Interior. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1917: Sitting Woman with Legs Drawn Up (Seated Woman with Bent Knee). Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic. (P)
    1917: Four Trees. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1917: The Embrace. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. (P)
    1917: Wire Wheel. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1917: Underwater Swimmer, Hungary. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1917: Vortograph No. 1. Photographer: Alvin Langdon Coburn. (Ph)
    1916-1918: The Disquieting Muses. Artist: Giorgio de Chirico. Location: Gianni Mattioli Collection, Milan, Italy. (P)
    1918: The Endless Column (several versions). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (Version I, 1918); Sculptural Ensemble of Constantin Brâncuși at Târgu Jiu, Târgu Jiu, Romania (1938). (S)
    1918: Suprematist Composition: White on White. Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1918: Flower Myth. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Sprengel Museum, Hanover, Germany. (P)
    1918: Girl with Braids. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya, Japan. (P)
    1918: Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne (Portrait of the Artist’s Wife). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California. (P)
    1918: The Family. Artist: Egon Schiele. Location: National Gallery, London. (P)
    1919: Self-Portrait. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, São Paulo, Brazil. (P)
    1919: Gypsy Woman with Baby. Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1919: L.H.O.O.Q. (multiple versions). Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Locations: (1) Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (on loan from private collection) (1919); (2) Private Collection, Paris (1930); (3) Private Collection (Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona) (1958); (4) Private Collection (Dorothea Tanning, New York) (1960); (5) Private Collection (Arturo Schwarz, Milan) (1964). (P) (O)
    c. 1919: Reclining Nude (Le Grand Nu). Artist: Amedeo Modigliani. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    c. 1875-1920: Nkisi Nkondi Nail Figures. Artists: Unknown. Locations: (1) Ethnological Museum, Berlin; (2) Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama; (3) Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York; (4) Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;
    (5) Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; (6) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; (7) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (S)
    1920: Reflection of Clouds on the Water Lily Pond. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1920: Powerhouse Mechanic Working on Steam Pump. Photographer: Lewis Hine. (Ph)
    1920: Circus, Budapest. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1920: The Skat Players (formerly Card-Playing War Invalids). Artist: Otto Dix. Location: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
    1919-1921: Blue and Green Music. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1921: Tableau I. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1921: Three Musicians. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1921: The Elephant Celebes. Artist: Max Ernst. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1921-1922; The Farm. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1922: The Twittering Machine. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1922: Senecio (Head of a Man Going Senile). Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
    1922: Red Balloon. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1922: Lake George (formerly Reflection Seascape). Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    c. 1922: Echeveria. Photographer: Albert Renger-Patzsch. (Ph)
    1915-1923: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass). Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (S) (O)
    1915-1923: Imperial Hotel. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Destroyed in 1968, but portion reconstructed at Meiji Mura Museum, Inuyama, Japan.
    1921-1923: Hollyhock House. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Los Angeles. (A)
    1923: Bird in Space (multiple casts). Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Locations: (1) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (white marble, 1923); (2) & (3) Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (white marble, 1923-1924); bronze, 1924); (4) & (5) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (bronze casts, 1925-1926 and 1927); (6) Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington (bronze, 1926); (7) & (8) Museum of Modern Art, New York (bronze casts, 1928 and c. 1941); (9) Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, California (bronze, 1931); (10) & (11) National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (white marble and black marble, c. 1931-1936); (12) Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice (bronze, no date). (S)
    1923: On White II. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1923: Gray Line with Black, Blue and Yellow. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas. (P)
    1923: Lathe No. 3, Akeley Shop, New York. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1923: Illustrations for ‘About This’, by Vladimir Mayakovsky. Artist: Alexander Rodchenko.  Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (Ph) (BI)
    1919-1924: Einstein Tower. Architect: Erich Mendelsohn. Location: Potsdam, Germany. (A)
    1923-1924: The Tilled Field. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1923-1924: The Hunter (Catalan Landscape). Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1924: Schröder House (Rietvelt Schröder House). Architect: Gerrit Rietveld. Location: Utrecht, Netherlands. (A)
    1924: Le Violon d’Ingres. Photographer: Man Ray. (Ph)
    1924: Portrait of My Mother. Photographer: Alexander Rodchenko. (Ph)
    1924: The Critic, Osip Brik. Photographer: Alexander Rodchenko. (Ph)
    1924: Gloria Swanson. Photographer: Edward Steichen. (Ph)
    1924-1925: The Harlequin’s Carnival. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1925: Taliesin (third version). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Spring Green, Wisconsin. (A)
    1925: The Birth of the World. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1925: Yellow, Red, Blue. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1925: Fish Magic. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1925: The Golden Fish. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
    1925: House by the Railroad. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1925: Avenue des Gobelins, Paris. Photographer: Eugène Atget. (Ph)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Morning. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Clouds. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Green Reflections. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Setting Sun. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Tree Reflections. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Clear Morning with Willows. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: Morning with Willows. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1918-1926: The Water Lilies: The Two Willows. Artist: Claude Monet. Location: Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris. (P)
    1925-1926: Bauhaus Dessau. Architect: Walter Gropius.  Location: Dessau, Germany. (A)
    1926: Black Iris III. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1926: Dog Barking at the Moon. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1926: Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection (Mexico City). (P)
    1926: Noire et blanche. Photographer: Man Ray. (Ph)
    1926: Satiric Dancer, Paris. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1926: Several Circles. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1926: Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden. Artist: Otto Dix. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1926: Pillars of Society. Artist: George Grosz. Location: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
    1926-1927: The Spoon Woman (multiple casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (bronze cast, 1926-1927); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (plaster cast, 1953); Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (bronze cast, 1954). (S)
    1927: Radiator Building – Night, New York. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, co-owners. (P)
    1927: The Menaced Assassin (multiple versions). Artist: René Magritte. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. (P)
    1927: Two Shells. Photographer: Edward Weston. (Ph)
    1927: Ford Plant, River Rouge, Criss-Crossed Conveyors. Photographer: Charles Sheeler. (Ph)
    1927: Self-Portrait in Tuxedo (Self-Portrait Smoking). Artist: Max Beckmann. Location: Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (P)
    1920-1928: Palais des Beaux-Arts. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1927-1928: The Forest (Forest and Sun) (series). Artist: Max Ernst. Locations: (1) Forest and Dove, Tate Modern, London; (2) The Great Forest, Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland; (3) Forest and Sun, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; (4) The Wood, National Museum of Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales; (5) The Forest, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice; (6) Petrified Forest, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo. (P)
    1928: Oriental Poppies. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (P)
    1928: The Lovers. Artist: René Magritte. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1928: Upper Deck. Photographer: Charles Sheeler. (Ph)
    1928: The Execution of Ruth Snyder. Photographer: Tom Howard. (Ph)
    1928: On the Telephone. Photographer: Alexander Rodchenko. (Ph)
    1928: James Joyce. Photographer: Berenice Abbott. (Ph)
    1928: Baker, Cologne. Photographer: August Sander. (Ph)
    1928: Handyman, Cologne. Photographer: August Sander. (Ph)
    1928: The Fork, Paris. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1928: Dutch Interior I. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)

    1922-1929: Large Seated Nude (multiple bronze casts). Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (S)
    1928-1929: Barcelona Pavilion (German Pavilion, 1929 International Exposition). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Barcelona, Spain.  Destroyed 1930; reconstructed 1983-1986. (A)
    1929: Chop Suey. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Private collection (Barney A. Ebsworth). (P)
    1929: Black Cross, New Mexico. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1929: Dutch Interior II. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1929: The Treachery of Images. Artist: René Magritte. Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.  (P)
    1929: The Great Masturbator. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. (P)
    1929: Steps. Photographer: Alexander Rodchenko. (Ph)
    1929: Equivalent. Photographer: Alfred Stieglitz. (Ph)
    1928-1930. Chrysler Building. Architect: William Van Alen. Location: New York. (A)
    1928-1930: Turun Sanomat Newspaper Offices. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Turku, Finland. (A)
    1930: Tugendhat House. Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Brno, Czech Republic. (A)
    1930: Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1930: Early Sunday Morning. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1930: Carrefour, Blois. Photographer: André Kertész. (Ph)
    1930: The Lynching of Young Blacks, Indiana. Photographer: Lawrence Beitler. (Ph)
    1930: Pepper No. 30. Photographer: Edward Weston. (Ph)
    1930: Pioneer Girl. Photographer: Alexander Rodchenko. (Ph)
    1930: Bathing Suits by Izod. Photographer: George Hoyningen-Huene.
    1930: American Gothic. Artist: Grant Wood. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1926-1931: Cirque Calder (Calder’s Circus). Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (S)
    1928-1931: Villa Savoye. Architects: Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret.  Location: Poissy, France. (A)
    1930-1931. Empire State Building. Architect: William F. Lamb. Location: New York. (A)
    1930-1931: The Back (IV) (multiple bronze casts). Artist: Henri Matisse. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (cast 1931); Tate Modern, London (cast 1955-1956); Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; Franklin D Murphy Sculpture Garden, University of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles; Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.; Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (S)
    1930-1931: Suspended Ball (multiple casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Locations: Tate Modern, London; Kunsthaus Zürich,  Zürich, Switzerland; Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (S)
    1930-1931: Frieda and Diego Rivera. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1931: Cow’s Skull: Red, White and Blue. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1931: Cow’s Skull with Calico Roses. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago.
    1931: The Persistence of Memory. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1931: Self-Portrait with Camera. Photographer: Man Ray. (Ph)
    1928-1932: Paimio Sanatorium. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Paimio, Finland. (A)
    1929-1932: PSFS Building (Loews Philadelphia Hotel). Architects: George Howe & William Lescaze. Location: Philadelphia. (A)
    1930-1932: Glass Tears. Photographer: Man Ray. (Ph)
    1932: Ad Parnassum. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland. (P)
    1932: Girl Before A Mirror. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1932: Woman with her Throat Cut (multiple bronze casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Locations: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (cast 1940); Museum of Modern Art, New York (cast 1949); Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (cast 1949). (S)
    1932: The Palace at 4 a.m. Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1932: Henry Ford Hospital. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection (Dolores Olmedo Mexico City, Mexico). (P)
    1932: Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare, Place de l’Europe. Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Ph)
    1932: Lunch atop a Skyscraper. Photographer: Charles C. Ebbets (attrib.). (Ph)
    1932: Harlem Couple in Raccoon Coats. Photographer: James Van Der Zee. (Ph)
    1932-1933: Departure. Artist: Max Beckmann. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1933: Lozenge Composition with Four Yellow Lines. Artist: Piet Mondrian. (P) Location: Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands.
    1933: Self-Portrait. Artist: Kazimir Malevich. Location: State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (P)
    1933: The Human Condition (I). Artist: René Magritte. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1933: Crucifixion. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Private Collection (Damien Hirst (Murderme), London). (P)
    1933: Madrid. Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Ph)
    1934: A Universe. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1934: Hands Holding the Void (Invisible Object) (multiple casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (bronze cast); St. Louis Art. Museum, St. Louis, Missouri (cast c. 1946-1947); National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (bronze cast); Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut (plaster cast); Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York (bronze cast). (S)
    1934: Loch Ness Monster (hoax). Photographer: Ian Wetherell. (Ph)
    1927-1935: Viipuri Municipal Library (Vyborg Library). Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Vyborg, Russia (formerly Viipuri, Finland). (A)
    1935: The Gueridon (Still Life with Glass and Newspaper). Artist: Georges Braque. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P) (C)
    1935: Interior Detail, West Virginia Coal Miner’s House. Photographer: Walker Evans. (Ph)
    1935: The Human Condition (II). Artist: René Magritte. Location: Simon Spierer Collection, Geneva, Switzerland. (P)
    1935: The Two Sisters. Artist: Fernand Léger. Location: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin. (P)
    1916-1936: The Old King. Artist: Georges Rouault. Location: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (P)
    1936: Composition IX. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1936: Deer’s Skull with Pedernal. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (P)
    1936: Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War). Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1936: Lobster Telephone (multiple versions). Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Dalí Universe, London (black telephone); Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt, Germany (black); Edward James Foundation, UK (black); National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (black); Tate Modern, London (black); Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota (white telephone); Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida (white); Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon (white); Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa (white).  (S)
    1936: Migrant Mother – Nipomo, California. Photographer: Dorothea Lange. (Ph)
    1936: Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death (Death of a Loyalist Soldier). Photographer: Robert Capa. (Ph)
    1933-1937: Golden Gate Bridge. Architects: Joseph B. Strauss, Irving Morrow & Charles Ellis. Location: San Francisco. (A)
    1937: Taliesin West. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Scottsdale, Arizona. (A)
    1937: Gropius House. Architect: Walter Gropius. Location: Lincoln, Massachusetts. (A)
    1937: Revolution of the Viaducts. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany. (P)
    1937: The Weeping Woman. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1937: Guernica. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. (P)
    1937: Woman with a Mandolin. Artist: Georges Braque. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1937: Still Life with Old Shoe. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1937: Devil Fish. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Calder Foundation, New York. (S)
    1937: Mercury Fountain. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain. (S)
    1937: Mae West Lips Sofa. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Private Collection, on long-term loan to San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (S).
    1937: The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1937: At the Time of the Louisville Flood. Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White. (Ph)
    1937: Explosion of the Hindenburg. Photographer: Sam Shere. (Ph)
    1935-1938: Sculptural Ensemble at Târgu Jiu. Artist: Constantin Brâncusi. Location: Târgu Jiu, Romania. (S)
    1938: The White Crucifixion. Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1938: Time Transfixed. Artist: René Magritte. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1938: Entrance to Subway (Subway Scene). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1938: Self-Portrait with Monkey. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1938: Sunday on the Banks of the River Marne. Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Ph)
    1936-1939: Fallingwater (Kaufmann Residence). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Mill Run, Pennsylvania. (A)
    1936-1939: Johnson Wax Building (Johnson Wax Headquarters). Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Racine, Wisconsin. (A)
    1937-1939: Villa Mairea. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Noormarkku, Finland. (A)
    1939: Finnish Pavilion, 1939 World’s Fair. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: New York. Temporary structure. (A)
    1939: Composition X. Artist: Wassily Kandinsky. Location: Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany. (P)
    1939: New York Movie. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1939: Lobster Trap and Fish Tail. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1939: The Suicide of Dorothy Hale. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. (P)
    1939: The Two Fridas. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. (P)
    1939: Mainbocher Corset, Paris. Photographer: Horst P. Horst. (Ph)
    1940: Death and Fire. Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland. (P)
    1940: Untitled (Last Still Life). Artist: Paul Klee. Location: Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland. (P)
    1940: Office at Night. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (P)
    1940: Gas. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1940: Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (P)
    1940: Martha Graham – Letters to the World: Kick. Photographer: Barbara Morgan. (Ph)
    1940: Hitler in Paris. Photographer: Heinrich Hoffmann. (Ph)
    1940 (or 1941): Pure Energy and Neurotic Man. Photographer: Barbara Morgan. (Ph)
    1939-1941: Constellations (series of 23 paintings). Artist: Joan Miró. Locations: The Morning Star, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain; Toward the Rainbow and Women on the Beach, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Escape Ladder and The Beautiful Bird Revealing the Unknown to a Pair of Lovers, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Ciphers and Constellations in Love with a Woman, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Awakening in the Early Morning, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; People at Night, Guided by the Phosphorescent Tracks of Snails, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1940-1941: Shelter Drawings (series of drawings). Artist: Henry Moore. Locations: Tate Collection, UK (Grey Tube Shelter; Shelter Scene: Bunks and Sleepers; Tube Shelter Perspective; Shelterers in the Tube; Woman Seated in the Underground; A Tilbury Shelter Scene); Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid (Three Seated Figures; Two Mothers Holding Children); Imperial War Museum, UK (Women and Children in the Tube). (D)
    1941: Portrait of Winston Churchill (The Roaring Lion). Photographer: Yousuf Karsh. (Ph)
    1941: Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico. Photographer: Ansel Adams. (Ph)
    1941: The Last Jew in Vinnitsa (Ukraine). Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    1926-1942: The Artist and His Mother (two versions). Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (c. 1926-1936); National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (c. 1926-1942). (P)
    1942: New York City I. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1942: Nighthawks. Artist: Edward Hopper. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1942: The Tetons and the Snake River. Photographer: Ansel Adams. (Ph)
    1938-1943: Place de la Concorde. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas. (P)
    1938-1943: Garden in Sochi (multiple versions). Artist: Arshile Gorky. Locations: Tate Modern, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; Private Collection. (P)
    1942-1943: Broadway Boogie-Woogie. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1943: Church of Saint Francis of Assisi (Igreja de Sao Francisco de Assis). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Belo Horizonte, Pampulha, Brazil.
    1943: Waterfall (multiple versions). Artist: Arshile Gorky. Locations: Tate Modern, London; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Private Collection. (P)
    1943: Self-Portrait as a Tehuana (Diego on my Mind). Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection (ownership in dispute). (P)
    1943: Roots. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1943: The She-Wolf. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1943: The Critic (Opening Night at the Opera). Photographer: Weegee. (Ph)
    1943: Marines Under Fire, Saipan. Photographer: W. Eugene Smith. (Ph)
    1942–1944: Victory Boogie-Woogie. Artist: Piet Mondrian. Location: Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands. (P)
    1944: Black Place No. 1. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1944: The Liver is the Cock’s Comb. Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1944: One Year the Milkweed. Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1944: Water of the Flowery Mill. Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1944: Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second before Awakening. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid. (P)
    1944: The Broken Column. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection (Dolores Olmedo Mexico City, Mexico). (P)
    1944: Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
    1944: Gothic. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1944: Omaha Beach, Normandy. Photographer: Robert Capa. (Ph)
    1944: Into the Jaws of Death (Omaha Beach). Photographer: Robert F. Sargent. (Ph)
    1944-1945: Slow Swirl at the Edge of the Sea. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1945: Pink Angels. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Frederick R. Weisman Foundation, Los Angeles. (P)
    1945: Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima. Photographer: Joe Rosenthal. (Ph)
    1945: Soviet Soldiers Raise USSR Flag over Reichstag in Berlin. Photographer: Yevgeny Khaldei. (Ph)
    1945: Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin at Yalta (color). Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    1945: Atomic Bomb over Hiroshima. Photographer: George R. Caron. (Ph)
    1945: Atomic Bomb over Nagasaki. Photographer: Charles Levy. (Ph)
    1945: V-J in Times Square (The Kiss). Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt. (Ph)
    1945: Buchenwald Victims. Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White. (Ph)
    1935-1946: Nude in the Bath (series). Artist: Pierre Bonnard. Locations: (1) The Bather, Private Collection (1935); (2) Nude in the Bathtub, Private Collection (1935); (3) Nude in the Bath, Private Collection (1936); (4) Nude in the Bath, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (1936); (5) The Large Bath (Nude), Private Collection (1937-1939); (6) Nude in Bathtub (Nude in the Bath and Small Dog), Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1941-1946). (P)
    1946: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium. (P)
    1946: Painting. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1946: Gandhi at his Spinning Wheel. Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White. (Ph)
    1946: Portrait of Igor Stravinsky. Photographer: Arnold Newman. (Ph)
    1946-1947: Femme Maison (Housewife) (series of paintings and drawings). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (drawing). (D) (P)
    1947: Gateway Arch. Architect: Eero Saarinen & Hannskarl Bandel. Location: St. Louis, Missouri. Additional work: 1963-1965; 1967. (A)
    1947: Head of a Man on a Rod. Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1947: Man Pointing (multiple versions). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Collection, UK. (S)
    1947: The Betrothal II. Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1947: Agony. Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1947: The Plough and the Song (three versions extant). Artist: Arshile Gorky. Location: (1) Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; (2) Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; (3) Private Collection (Milton A. Gordon, New York). (P)
    1947: Spider (drawing). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Private Collection. (D)
    1947: Full Fathom Five. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1947: Girl with a Kitten. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
    1947: Lella, Bretagne, France. Photographer: Edouard Boubat. (Ph)
    1947-1948: Baker House, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts. (A)
    1948: City Square (Piazza) (multiple casts). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (S)
    1948: Painting. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1948: Number 5, 1948. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Private Collection, New York. (P)
    1948: Dali Atomicus. Photographer: Philippe Halsman. (Ph)
    1948: Weed Against Sky, Detroit. Photographer: Harry Callahan. (Ph)
    1948: Christina’s World. Artist: Andrew Wyeth. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1948: Srinagar, Kashmir. Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Ph)
    1947–1949: Persistent Antagonism. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S)
    1947–1949: The Blind Leading the Blind (multiple versions). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Locations: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (S)
    1949: Glass House (Johnson House). Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: New Canaan, Connecticut. (A)
    1949: No. 3/No. 13 (Magenta, Black, Green on Orange). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1949: The Love Embrace of the Universe. Artist: Frida Kahlo. Location: Private Collection (Jacques & Natasha Gelman Mexico City, Mexico). (P)
    1949: Head VI. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Hayward Gallery, London. (P)
    1949: Study for Portrait. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
    1949: Window, Museum of Modern Art, Paris. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1949: Last Days of the Kuomintang, Shanghai. Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Ph)
    1949: Korongo Nuba Wrestlers of Kordofan, South Sudan. Photographer: George Rodger. (Ph)
    1946-1950: Farnsworth House. Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Plano, Illinois. (A)
    1949-1950: Harvard University Graduate Center. Architects: Walter Gropius & The Architects’ Collaborative. Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts. (A)
    1949-1950: Rockefeller Guest House. Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: New York.
    1950: Segregated Water Fountains. Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    1950: The Forest (Composition with Seven Figures and a Head). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (S)
    1950: Number 10. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1950: White Center (Yellow, Pink and Lavender on Rose). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1950: Excavation. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1950: Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist). Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1950: Autumn Rhythm (Number 30, 1950). Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1950: One: Number 31, 1950. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1950: Mine Workers, South Africa. Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White. (Ph)
    1950: Pedestrian’s Foot, Paris. Photographer: Otto Steinert. (Ph)
    1950: Woman with Roses on her Arm. Photographer: Irving Penn. (Ph)
    1950: Portrait of Audrey Hepburn. Photographer: Angus McBean. (Ph)
    1950: Kiss by the Hotel de Ville. Photographer: Robert Doisneau. (Ph)
    1950: Sleeping Figure (from Personages series). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1948-1951: Lake Shore Drive Apartments (860-880 Lake Shore Drive). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Chicago. (A)
    1951: Christ of St. John of the Cross. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Scotland. (P)
    1951: Interior at Paddington. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK. (P)
    1951: Colors for a Large Wall. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1951: The Meschers. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1951: Einstein Sticks Out His Tongue. Photographer: Arthur Sasse. (Ph)
    1951: Death Watch (from Spanish Village series). Photographer: W. Eugene Smith. (Ph)
    1951: Portrait of Salvador Dalí. Photographer: Arnold Newman. (Ph)
    1914-1952: Central Railway Station. Architect: Victor Horta. Location: Brussels, Belgium. (A)
    1946-1952: Unité d’Habitation. Architect: Le Corbusier. Location: Marseilles, France. (A)
    1949-1952: Säynätsalo Town Hall (multiple buildings). Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Säynätsalo, Finland. (A)
    1950-1952: Woman I. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1951-1952: Girl with a White Dog. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Tate Collection, UK. (P)
    1952: Lever House. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: New York. (A)
    1952: Blue Nude II. Artist: Henri Matisse. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (C) (MM)
    1952: King and Queen (multiple casts). Artist: Henry Moore. Locations: Middelheim Museum, Antwerp, Netherlands; Glenkiln Sculpture Park, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland (no longer on view); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Hertfordshire, UK; Tate Britain, London. (S)
    1952: Woman II. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1952: Woman III. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Private Collection (Steven A. Cohen). (P)
    1952: Woman IV. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. (P)
    1952: Number 11, 1952 (Blue Poles). Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (P)
    1952: Convergence. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1952: East Lake, Kings Canyon, California. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1947–1953: Quarantania I. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1947-1953: United Nations Headquarters. Architects: Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Harrison & Abramovitz. Location: New York. (A)
    1950-1953: UNAM Central Library. Architects: Juan O’Gorman, Gustavo Saavedra & Juan Martinez de Velasco. Location: Mexico City. (A)
    1951–1953: Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance I-VIII (series of eight collages). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Locations: I, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; II & VI, Museum of Modern Art, New York; IV, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; V, Private Collection (Ellsworth Kelly). (C) (P)
    1951-1953: The White Paintings (series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (three-panels).  (P)
    1951-1953: The Destroyed City. Artist: Ossip Zadkine. Location: Leuvehaven, Rotterdam, Netherlands. (S)
    1952-1953: Draped Reclining Figure (five bronze casts). Artist: Henry Moore. Locations: Bronze casts: Tate Collection, UK; Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK; Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Munich; Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany; Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, California. Plaster model: Henry Moore Sculpture Center, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. (S)
    1952-1953: Woman V. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (P)
    1952-1953: Woman VI. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (P)
    1952-1953: Woman and Bicycle. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1952-1953: Seville. Photographer: Brassaï. (Ph)
    1953: Golconda. Artist: René Magritte. Location: The Menil Collection, Houston Texas. (P)
    1953: No. 61 (Rust and Blue). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. (P)
    1953: Untitled (Purple White and Red). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1953: Green and Maroon. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: The Philips Collection, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1953: Study after Velázquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa. (P)
    1953: Man with Dog. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1953: The Deep. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1953: Red Yellow Blue White and Black. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1953: Erased de Kooning Drawing. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (D) (O)
    1953: Automobile Tire Print. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P) (O)
    1953: Tiznit. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1953: The Family, Luzzara, Italy. Photographer: Paul Strand. (Ph)
    1953: Pool in a Brook, near Whiteface, New Hampshire. Photographer: Eliot Porter. (Ph)
    1952-1954: The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida. (P)
    1954: Beth Sholom Synagogue. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. (A)
    1954: Ochre and Red on Red. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1954: Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus). Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1954: White Light. Artist: Jackson Pollock. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1954: Untitled (Funerary Box for a Lime Green Python). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1954: Figure with Meat (Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef). Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1954: Roger Bannister Breaks the Four-Minute Mile, Oxford, UK. Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    1954: Willie Mays’ Big Catch. Photographer: Frank Hurley. (Ph)
    1954: Bar Girl in a Brothel, Havana, Cuba. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1954: Pablo Picasso, Vallauris, France. Photographer: Arnold Newman. (Ph)
    1949-1955: L’Atelier (series). Artist: Georges Braque. Locations: I, Private Collection (J-P. Guerlain, Paris) (1949); II, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany (1949); III, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1949); IV, Private Collection (Paul Sacher, Basel, Switzerland) (1950); V, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1949); VI, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul–de-Vence, France (1950-1951); VIII, Collection Masaveu, Oviedo, Spain (1954-1955); IX (formerly VII), Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (1952-1953). (P)
    1949-1955: Empire of Light (series). Artist: René Magritte. Locations: (1) The Empire of Light II, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1950); (2) The Dominion of Light, Galeria Alexandre lolas, París (1953); (3) The Empire of Light, Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium (1954); (4) The Empire of Light, Private Collection (1955); Empire of Light, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (1953-1954). (P)
    1953-1955: Notre Dame du Haut. Architect: Le Corbusier. Location: Ronchamp, France. (A)
    1954–1955: Flag. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1955: Police Gazette. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1955: Bed. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM)(O)
    1955: Panorama. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (on loan from Private Collection). (P)
    1955: White Flag. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1955: Target with Four Faces. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM) (O)
    1955: Marilyn Monroe on the Set of ‘The Seven Year Itch.’ Photographer: Sam Shaw. (Ph)
    1955: James Dean in Times Square. Photographer: Dennis Stock. (Ph)
    1955: Marilyn Monroe Resting, Bement, Illinois. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1955: Marilyn Monroe Reading James Joyce’s Ulysses. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1955: Remi Listening to the Sea. Photographer: Edouard Boubat. (Ph)
    1955: El Morocco. Photographer: Garry Winogrand. (Ph)
    1955: Provence, France. Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    1955: Dovima with Elephants. Photographer: Richard Avedon. (Ph)
    1955: Parade, Hoboken, New Jersey (from The Americans). Photographer: Robert Frank. (Ph)
    1950-1956: S.R.Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology. Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Chicago, Illinois. (A)
    1956: Old Testament (series of 105 illustrations). Artist: Marc Chagall. Locations: Various. (BI)
    1956: First Personage. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York. (S)
    1956: Orange and Yellow. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1956: Green and Tangerine on Red. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1956: Lebensfreude (Joy of life). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: German Hygiene Museum, Dresden, Germany (painted over). (P)
    1956: Political Rally, Chicago (from The Americans). Photographer: Robert Frank. (Ph)
    1956: Marilyn Monroe (lying on bed with rose). Photographer: Cecil Beaton. (Ph)
    1956: Marilyn Monroe (with daisy in teeth). Photographer: Cecil Beaton. (Ph)
    1956: Suzy Parker and Robin Tattersall, Place de la Concorde, Paris. Photographer: Richard Avedon. (Ph)
    1956: Maple Leaves and Pine Needles, Tamworth, New Hampshire. Photographer: Eliot Porter. (Ph)
    1956: German WWII POW is reunited with his daughter. Photographer: Helmuth Pirath. (Ph)
    1956: Portrait of Vivien Leigh. Photographer: Angus McBean. (Ph)
    1954-1957: Portrait of Jean Genet (three versions). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Locations: (1) Tate Britain, London (1954 or 1955); (2) Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (1955); (3) Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland (1957). (P)
    1957: Las Meninas, after Velázquez (series of 58 paintings). Artist: Pablo Picasso. Location: Museu Picasso, Barcelona, Spain. (P)
    1957: Sculpture for a Large Wall. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1957: Factum I and Factum II. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Locations: (1) Private Collection (Robert Rauschenberg); (2) Museum of Modern Art, New York. (C)
    1957: Picasso at La Californie, Cannes, France. Photographer: Irving Penn. (Ph)
    1957: Portrait of Ernest Hemingway. Photographer: Yousuf Karsh. (Ph)
    1957. Portrait of Walden Kirsch. Photographer: Russell Kirsch. (Ph)
    1957: Seaford, East Sussex Coast. Photographer: Bill Brandt. (Ph)
    1957: Milk Drop Coronet. Photographer: Harold E. Edgerton. (Ph)
    1952-1958: House of Culture. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Helsinki, Finland. (A)
    1954-1958: Seagram Building. Architects: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe & Philip Johnson. Location: New York. (A)
    1957-1958: Palácio da Alvorada (Presidential Palace). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Brasília, Brazil.
    1957-1958: Reclining Figure. Artist: Henry Moore. Location: UNESCO, Paris. (S)
    1957-1958: Draped Seated Woman (six casts). Artist: Henry Moore. Locations: (1) Wuppertaler Swimming Pool, Wuppertal, Germany; (2) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; (3)  Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem; (4) Musée d’Art Moderne, Brussels, Belgium; (5) Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; (6) Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, UK. (S)
    1958: La Spirale. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: UNESCO, Paris. (S)
    1958: Moon Garden Plus One. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1958: Sky Cathedral. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1958: Four Darks in Red. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1958: Concorde Relief I. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1958: Three Flags. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1958: Flashlight III. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (O)
    1956-1959: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. Location: New York. (A)
    1958–1959: Numbers in Color. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (P)
    1959: Dawn’s Wedding Feast (installation). Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Dawn’s Wedding Chapel II, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; White Column, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.; White Columns, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York; Hanging Column, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Hanging Column, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut. (I) (S)
    1959: The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. Artist: Salvador Dalí. Location: Salvador Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida. (P)
    1959: Canyon. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM) (O)
    1959: Monogram. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: Moderna Museet, Stockholm. (MM) (O)
    1959: False Start. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection (Anne and Kenneth Griffin). (P)
    1959: The Critic Smiles. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1959: Young Couple. Photographer: Bruce Davidson. (Ph)
    1959: Joan Crawford, Los Angeles. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1956–1960: Kingo Houses. Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Helsingør, Denmark.
    1957-1960: Convent of La Tourette (Sainte Marie del La Tourette). Architect: Le Corbusier. Location: Eveux-sur-Arbresle, France. (A)
    1960: Royal Tide I. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, New York. (S)
    1960: Number 14. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1960: Door to the River. Artist: Willem de Kooning. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1960: Painted Bronze (Ale Cans). Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany. (MM) (O)
    1960: Painted Bronze (Savarin). Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM) (O)
    1960: Guerrillero Heroico (Che Guevara). Photographer: Alberto Korda. (Ph)
    1960: Assassination of Inejiro Asunama in Japan. Photographer: Yasushi Nagao. (Ph)
    1960: Marilyn Monroe on the Set of The Misfits (biting nail). Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1960: Moon and Half Dome, Yosemite, California. Photographer: Ansel Adams. (Ph)
    1953-1961: Palace of Assembly. Architect: Le Corbusier. Location: Chandigarh, India. (A)
    1959-1961: United States Embassy. Architects: Walter Gropius with The Architects’ Collaborative and Pericles A. Sakellarios. Location: Athens, Greece. (A)
    1960-1961: 0 through 9 (11 versions). Artist: Jasper Johns. Locations: Tate Modern, London; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P)
    1960-1961: Walking Man I (several versions). Artist: Alberto Giacometti. Location: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul, Alpes-Maritimes, France; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (S)
    1961: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: Fort Worth, Texas. (A)
    1961: One Chase Manhattan Plaza. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: New York. (A)
    1961: Triptych: Blue I, II, III. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris. (P)
    1961: Orange, Red, Yellow. Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Private Collection (David Pincus). (P)
    1961: Look Mickey. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1961: White Disk III. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1961: The Italians. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1961: Ferragosto V. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1961: Map. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1961: The Critic Sees. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1961: We Two Boys Together Clinging.  Artist: David Hockney. Location: Hayward Gallery, London. (P)
    1961: Portrait of Malcolm X. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1956-1962: TWA Terminal (TWA Flight Center), John F. Kennedy Airport. Architect: Eero Saarinen. Location: New York. (A)
    1962: Space Needle. Architects: John Graham & Edward E. Carlson. Location: Seattle, Washington. (A)
    1962: Stained Glass Windows (Abbell Synagogue, Hadassah University Medical Center). Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Jerusalem. (SG)
    1962: Teodelapio. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Spoleto, Italy. (S)
    1962: Takka Takka.  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1962: Campbell’s Soup Cans (series of 32). Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P) (E/P) (O)
    1962: Marilyn Diptych. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Tate Modern, London. (E/P) (MM)
    1962: 100 Soup Cans. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. (MM) (E/P)
    1962: Gold Marilyn Monroe. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM) (E/P)*
    1962: 210 Coca-Cola Bottles. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Private Collection (Daros Collection, Switzerland). (MM) (E/P)
    1962: Liz No. 2. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (E/P)
    1962: Wall Structure, Blue. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S) (O)
    1962: Leda and the Swan. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1962: Large Trademark with Eight Spotlights. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1962: Child with Toy Hand Grenade in Central Park. Photographer: Diane Arbus. (Ph)
    1962: Navy Chaplain Luis Padillo Gives Last Rites to Soldier in Venezuela. Photographer: Héctor Rondón Lovera. (Ph)
    1962: Floor Burger (Giant Hamburger). Artist: Claes Oldenburg. Location: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. (MM).
    1962-Present: Atlas. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Private Collection of the Artist. (MM) (O)
    1958-1963: Pan Am Building (now the Metlife Building). Architects: Walter Gropius with Pietro Belluschi and project architects Emery Roth & Sons. Location: New York. (A)
    1959–1963: Fredensborg Houses. Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Fredensborg, Denmark. (A)
    1962-1963: Periscope (Hart Crane). Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection of the Artist. (P)
    1962-1963: OOF. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1962-1963: The Big Night Down The Drain (Die große Nacht im Eimer). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1963: Drowning Girl. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1963: Whaam! Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1963: In the Car (two versions). Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Locations: (1) Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; (2) Private Collection. (P)
    1963: Hopeless. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
    1963: Red Blue Green. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California. (P)
    1963: Retroactive I. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut. (P) (MM)
    1963: Double Elvis (Ferus Type). Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (E/P)
    1963: Nine Discourses on Commodus (series of nine panels). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain. (P)
    1963: Aggregation: One Thousand Boats Show (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Stedilijk Museum, Amsterdam. (I) (MM)
    1963: Twentysix Gasoline Stations (book with 26 photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Tate Modern, London, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (Ph) (BI) (O)
    1963: Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas (two versions). Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: (1) No spotlights, Private Collection of the Artist; Museum of Modern Art, New York (print); Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (print); (2) Three spotlights, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover. (P) (E/P)
    1963: Raster Drawing (Portrait of Lee Harvey Oswald). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (D) (P)
    1963: Self-Immolaton of a Vietnamese Monk, Saigon (two versions). Photographer: Malcolm Browne. (Ph)
    1963: Ruby Shoots Oswald. Photographer: Bob Jackson. (Ph)
    1963: JFK, Jr. Salutes His Father’s Coffin. Photographer: Stan Stearns. (Ph)
    1963: Fall. Artist: Bridget Riley. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1963: New York (one in, one out). Photographer: Lee Friedlander. (Ph)
    1963: Father Gregory Wilkins, Nottingham, UK. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1963: Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor at Local Pub, Shepperton, UK. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1963: Martin Luther King, Jr. at the March on Washington (waving). Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    1963: Lyndon Johnson takes oath of office on Air Force One, Dallas, Texas. Photographer: Cecil W. Stoughton. (Ph)
    1955-1964: Sets & Costumes, Merce Cunningham Dance Co. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: New York. (D) (O)
    1957-1964: National Congress of Brazil. Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Brasília, Brazil. (A)
    1961-1964: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. Architect: Le Corbusier. Location: Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (A)
    1964: New York State Theater (now David H. Koch Theater). Architects: Philip Johnson & Richard Foster. Location: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York. (A)
    1964: Peace (stained glass). Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: United Nations Headquarters, New York. (SG)
    1964: The Son of Man. Artist: René Magritte. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1964: Homage to 6,000,000 I. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Osaka City Museum of Modern Art, Osaka, Japan. (S)
    1964: Ohhh…Alright…  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1964: Lemon Branch (drawing). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Various, including Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (D)
    1964: Brillo Boxes. Artist: Andy Warhol. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (S)
    1964: Standing Open Structure, Black. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S) (O)
    1964: Muybridge II. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (MM) (Ph)
    1964: According to What. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: Private Collection. (C)
    1964: Cathedral in the Desert, Glen Canyon, Utah (color and B&W versions). Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1965: Bullet through King of Diamonds. Photographer: Harold E. Edgerton. (Ph)
    1964: Congolese soldiers torment suspected pro-Lumumba fighters before execution, Stanleyville, Congo. Photographer: Don McCullin. (Ph)
    1964: Portrait of Michael Caine. Photographer: Brian Duffy. (Ph)
    1964: Escalante River near Willow Canyon, Glen Canyon, Utah. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1964: Los Angeles (man with bandaged nose in convertible). Photographer: Garry Winogrand. (Ph)
    1964: Portrait of John Lennon (eyes closed). Photographer: David Bailey. (Ph)
    1386-1965: Milan Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of St. Mary). Architects: Simone da Orsenigo; Nicolas de Bonaventure; Jean Mignot; Giuseppe Meda; Federico Borromeo; Pellegrino Pellegrini; Francesco Brambilla; Francesco Maria Richini; Fabio Mangone; Carlo Pellicani; Giuseppe Perego; Carlo Pellicani Jr. Location: Milan, Italy. (A)
    1951-1965 (also 1990-Present): Infinity Nets (series of paintings). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York – Infinity Nets (1951); Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah – Infinity Nets (1959); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York – No. 2, J.B. (1960); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York – Pacific Ocean (1960); National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. – Infinity Nets Yellow (1960); Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland – No. Green. No. I. (1961). (P)
    1962-1965: Knife Edge Two Piece (four casts). Artist: Henry Moore. Locations: (1) College Green, Westminster, London; (2) Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, Canada; (3) Rockefeller Estate, Tarrytown, New York; (4) Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Hertfordshire, UK. (S)
    1964–1965: Suite of Twenty-Seven Color Lithographs. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (complete set); Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. (complete set); Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles – Orange over Green; Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California: Blue and Orange and Green; Orange over Green. (P)
    1965: Sky above Clouds IV. Artist: Georgia O’Keeffe. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (P)
    1965: How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare (performance). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Galerie Schmela, Düsseldorf, Germany (November 26, 1965). (PA)
    1965: Reflection with Two Children (Self-Portrait). Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. (P)
    1965: 34 Drawings for Dante’s Inferno. Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (D) (BI)
    1965: Infinity Mirror Room – Phalli’s Field (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands. (I) (MM)
    1965: The Great Friends (from Heroes). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Museum of Modern Art, Vienna. (P)
    1965: The Kray Twins. Photographer: David Bailey. (Ph)
    1965: Muhammad Ali Defeats Sonny Liston. Photographer: Neil Leifer. (Ph)
    1946–1966: Étant donnés: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (MM) (O)
    1952-1966: Edifício Copan. Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: São Paulo, Brazil. (A)
    1961-1966: Fox Plaza. Architect: Norma Merrick Sklarek. Location: San Francisco.
    1964-1966: War. Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. (P)
    1965-1966: Burning Gas Station. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1965-1966: Heroes (series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (Green One at the Tree (etching); The Shepherd (etching) Waldarbeiter (etching), The Green-Red One (etching); Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin (The Shepherd, 1965); Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany (The Shepherd, 1966). (P) (D) (E/P)
    1965-1966: The Rebel (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1965-1966: Girlfriends I (print). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Locations: Various, including Tate Britain, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (E/P)
    1966: Homogenous Infiltration for Piano (performance). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (S) (PA) (O)
    1966: Eurasia Siberian Symphony 1963. Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (PA) (MM)
    1966: Serial Project #1 (ABCD). Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM) (O)
    1966: Standard Station. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1966: Every Building on the Sunset Strip (photographs). Artist: Ed Ruscha. Locations: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. (Ph) (BI) (O)
    1966: Self Portrait as a Fountain (photograph). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Locations: Various, including Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. (Ph) (PA)
    1966: Frostbitten Apples, Tesque, New Mexico. Photographer: Eilot Porter. (Ph)
    1966: A New Type (from the Heroes series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Moderne Pinakothek, Munich.
    1966-Present: Narcissus Garden (series of installations). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Inhotim, Brazil (2009, permanent installation). (I) (MM)
    1961-1967: Mesa Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Boulder, Colorado. (A)
    1964-1967: Rothko Chapel (series of 14 paintings). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Houston, Texas. (P)
    1966-1967: Beverly Hills Housewife. Artist: David Hockney. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1966-1967: Afrum I (White). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Afrum (White) is at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. (MM) (O)
    1967: The Gold of the Azure. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain. (P)
    1967: Man. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (S)
    1967: Nuclear Energy. Artist: Henry Moore. Location: University of Chicago, Chicago. (S)
    1967: Marilyn Monroe (10 Marilyns) (series of 10 prints). Artist: Andy Warhol. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P) (E/P)
    1967: Horse Play (performance/happening). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Woodstock, New York. (PA)
    1967: A Bigger Splash. Artist: David Hockney. Location: Tate Britain, London. (P)
    1967: Art Make-Up (series of four videos). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Smithsonian America Art Museum, Washington, D.C.; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (V) (PA)
    1967: The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths (Window or Wall Sign) (neon) (multiple versions). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Locations: Various, including Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands; Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (MM)
    1967: Bolivian Army with the Corpse of Che Guevara. Photographer: Freddy Alborta. (Ph)
    1967: Mother Holding Her Child, New Jersey. Photographer: Diane Arbus. (Ph)
    1967: Boy with Straw Hat, Buttons and Flag, Waiting to March in a Pro-War Parade. Photographer: Diane Arbus. (Ph)
    1967: White and Orange. Artist: Antoni Tàpies. Location: Private Collection. (MM)
    1967: Glyndebourne. Photographer: Tony Ray-Jones. (Ph)
    1967: Portrait of Audrey Hepburn (multiple heads). Photographer: Richard Avedon. (Ph)
    1967: Central Park, Zoo, New York City. Photographer: Garry Winogrand. (Ph)
    1967: Bratsk, Siberia. Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    c. 1967: Mother and Child. Photographer: Bruce Davidson. (Ph)
    1960-1968: Aalto Center (six buildings). Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Seinjoki, Finland. (A)
    1962-1968: Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery). Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Location: Berlin. (A)
    1965-1968: Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Fire. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1966-1968: What is Painting. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1966-1968: Pure Beauty. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1966–1968: Quality Material. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1967–1968: Painting for Kubler. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1967-1968: Big Self Portrait. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (P)
    1968: Fillette. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1968: Janus Fleuri (Janus in Bloom). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Locations: Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Private Collection. (S)
    1968: Buried Cube Containing an Object of Importance but Little Value (9 photographs of event). Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (PA)
    1968: Domplatz, Mailand (Cathedral Square, Milan). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1968: Moderne Kunst (Modern Art). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Collection Froehlich, Stuttgart, Germany. (P)
    1968: Ronin. Artist: James Turrell. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (MM) (O)
    1968: Juke Green (Corner Projection). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (O)
    1968: General Nguyen Ngoc Loan Executing a Viet Cong Prisoner in Saigon. Photographer: Eddie Adams. (Ph)
    1968: Earthrise. Photographer: William Anders. (Ph)
    1968: New York (woman laughing with ice cream cone). Photographer: Garry Winogrand. (Ph)
    1968: Black Power Salute at Olympics. Photographer: John Dominis. (Ph)
    1968: Bob Beamon’s Long Jump at the Mexico City Olympics. Photographer: Tony Duffy. (Ph)
    1968: A Shellshocked Marine, Vietnam. Photographer: Don McCullin. (Ph)
    1968: Georgia O’Keeffe, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. Photographer: Arnold Newman. (Ph)
    1969: La Grande Vitesse. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan. (S)
    1969: Three Studies of Lucian Freud. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1969: Sled (multiple versions). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Broad Art Museum, Los Angeles. (S) (MM)
    1969: The Pack. Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Staaliche Museen Kassel, Neue Galerie, Kassel, Germany. (S) (MM)
    1969: Grand Orgy to Awaken the Dead (performance/happening). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (August 25, 1969). (PA)
    1969: Six Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm (illustrations).  Artist: David Hockney. Locations: Various. (BI)
    1969: Cutting Device: Base Plate Measure. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1969: One Ton Prop (House of Cards). Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1969: Phil. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (P)
    1969: Apparatus Whereby One Potato Can Orbit Another (multiple versions). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Tate Modern, London; Walker Art Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (S) (MM)
    1969: Higher Beings Commanded: Paint the Upper-Right Corner Black! Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (P) (O)
    1969: Wall-Floor Positions (video). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Locations: Various, including Museum of Modern Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (V) (PA)
    1969: Besetzungen (Occupations) (series of photographs). Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Locations: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Ph) (PA)
    1969: Footprint on the Moon. Photographer: Buzz Aldrin. (Ph)
    1969: Buzz Aldrin on the Moon. Photographer: Neil Armstrong. (Ph)
    1969: The Beatles, Abbey Road (cover photo). Photographer: Iain Macmillan. (Ph)
    1969: Jane Birkin. Photographer: David Bailey. (Ph)
    1958-1970: Cathedral of Brasília (Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Aparecida). Architect: Oscar Neimeyer. Location: Brasília, Brazil. (A)
    1965-1970: John Hancock Center. Architect: Bruce Graham/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: Chicago, Illinois. (A)
    1968-1970: Oval with Points (multiple casts). Artist: Henry Moore. Location: Exchange Square, Hong Kong; Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey; Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK; Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Hertfordshire, UK; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio. (S)
    1969-1970: The Wood on its Head. Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1970: John F. Kennedy Memorial. Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: Dallas, Texas. (A)
    1970: Untitled (Black on Grey). Artist: Mark Rothko. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1970: Felt Suit (multiple versions). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Locations: Various, including Tate Modern, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (MM)
    1970: The Cremation Project. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. (Ph) (MM) (O)
    1970: Grau (Grey). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany. (MM)
    1970: Equal (Corner Prop Piece). Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1970: Stuck Red/Stuck Blue. Artist: James Turrell. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California. (MM)
    1970: Winter Landscape. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1970: Kent State Massacre. Photographer: John Filo. (Ph)
    1970: Spiral Jetty. Artist: Robert Smithson. Location: Great Salt Lake, Utah. (S) (MM)
    1970: Nars Makeup Collection, Vogue Paris. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1970: Pelé and Bobby Moore at World Cup, Mexico. Photographer: John Varley. (Ph)
    1970: Untitled (woman in green dress at side of road). Photographer: William Eggleston. (Ph)
    1970: A Homeless Irishman, Spitalfields, London. Photographer: Don McCullin. (Ph)
    1970: Bobby Orr Scores Winning Goal in Stanley Cup, Boston. Photographer: Ray Lussier. (Ph)
    1948-1971: Elegies for the Spanish Republic (series of over 150 paintings). Artist: Robert Motherwell. Locations: Various, including (1) Elegy to the Spanish Republic XXXIV (1953-1954), Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; (2) Elegy to the Spanish Republic (1958), National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; (3) Elegy to the Spanish Republic (1958-1961), Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia; (4) Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 70 (1961), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; (5) Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 108 (1965-1967); (6) Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 110. Easter Day 1971 (1971), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; (7) Elegy to the Spanish Republic #132 (1975-1985), Tate Collection, UK. (P)
    1962-1971: Finlandia Hall. Architect: Alvar Aalto. Location: Helsinki, Finland. (A)
    1966-1971: Vietnam, Inc. (series of photographs). Photographer: Philip Jones Griffiths. (Ph)
    1967-1971: ‘Blackboard’ Paintings (Gray Paintings) (series). Artist: Cy Twombly. Locations: Various, including Untitled I (1/19) and Untitled II (1/23) (1967); Untitled (1970), Museum of Modern Art, New York; Untitled, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1967); Untitled, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut (1967); Untitled, Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, Rhode Island (1968); Untitled, Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland (1969); Untitled, Private Collection, (1970). (P)
    1970–1971: Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Percy.  Artist: David Hockney. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1971: Wall Drawing #65. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.(P) (CA)
    1971: Nini’s Paintings (series of five). Artist: Cy Twombly. Locations: (1) Broad Museum, Los Angeles (1971); (2) Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. (P)
    1971: I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art (print; video). Artist: John Baldessari. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (video); Museum of Modern Art, New York (print); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna (video). (V) (E/P) (PA)
    1971: I Am Making Art (video). Artist: John Baldessari. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York;  Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna. (V) (PA)
    1971: Premium (film). Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (V)
    1971: Guedras in the Wind, Morocco. Photographer: Irving Penn. (Ph)
    1971: Stray Dog. Photographer: Daido Moriyama. (Ph)
    1971: Three Little White Children. Photographer: Robert Doisneau. (Ph)
    1963-1972: San Bernardino City Hall. Architects: César Pelli & Norma Merrick Sklarek. Location: San Bernardino, California.
    1971–1972: Forty-eight Portraits. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Tate Collection, UK & National Galleries of Scotland, co-owners (1 of 4 1998 reproductions); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1 of 4 1998 reproductions) (P)
    1972: Boston Public Library Extension (Johnson Building). Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: Boston. (A)
    1972: Hajj Terminal, King Abdul Aziz International Airport. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (A)
    1972: La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi (We Are the Revolution) (photoprint). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Locations: Tate Collection, UK; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Galleries of Scotland, UK; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Kemper Art Museum, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri; Madre, Naples, Italy. (E/P)
    1972: Baldessari Sings LeWitt (video). Artist: John Baldessari. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Kemper Art Museum, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri; Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain; Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, Netherlands. (V) (PA)
    1972: Circuit II. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1972: Keith/Mezzotint. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1972: Run From Fear – Fun From Rear (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Private Collection. (MM)
    1972: Vietnamese Children after Napalm Attack. Photographer: Huynh Cong “Nick” Ut. (Ph)
    1972: Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath, Minimata, Japan. Photographer: W. Eugene Smith. (Ph)
    1956-1973: Sydney Opera House. Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Sydney, Australia. (A)
    1971–1973: Can Lis (The Utzon House). Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Majorca, Spain.
    1972-1973: The Artist Hitting Various Objects with a Golf Club (series of 30 photographs). Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (PA)
    1973: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. (A)
    1973: Triptych, May–June 1973. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Private Collection (Esther Grether). (P)
    1973: Mao (silkscreen prints). Artist: Andy Warhol. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (MM) (E/P)
    1973: Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of 36 Attempts) (series of 12 photographs). Artist: John Baldessari. Locations: Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago; National Academy Museum, New York; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. (PA) (Ph)
    1973: Now Then, As I Was About To Say. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: UBS Art Collection (promised gift to MOMA). (P)
    1973: Resurrexit. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. (P)
    1973: The Red Ceiling, Greenwood, Mississippi. Photographer: William Eggleston. (Ph)
    1973: Salvador Allende during military coup at Moneda presidential palace, Chile. Photographer: Orlando Lagos. (Ph)
    1973: David Bowie as Alladin Sane. Photographer: Brian Duffy. (Ph)
    1965-1974: Untitled (back of woman’s head in booth, smoking). Photographer: William Eggleston. (Ph)
    1965-1974: Untitled (back of blue car, chain around pole). Photographer: William Eggleston. (Ph)
    1969-1974: Mendota Stoppages. Artist: James Turrell. Locations: Ocean Park, California (original performances); Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (photograph). (PA) (MM) (Ph)
    1970-1974: Willis Faber and Dumas Headquarters. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Ipswich, UK. (A)
    1973-1974: Sears Tower (now Willis Tower). Architect: Bruce Graham/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: Chicago, Illinois. (A)
    1974: Cheval Rouge (Red Horse). Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (S)
    1974: Flamingo. Artist: Alexander Calder. Location: Chicago. (S)
    1974: The Destruction of the Father. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    1974: I Like America and America Likes Me (performance). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Kennedy Airport & René Block Gallery, New York (May 1974). (PA) (MM)
    1974: Variations of Incomplete Open Cubes (installation). Artist: Sol LeWitt. Locations: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (complete set, reduced size); Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (Cube 4/5); (CA) (S)
    1974: Pollen, Shadows, Lake Tenaya, California. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1974: New York City (small dog with hat, big dog’s legs). Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    1972-1975: Pacific Design Center (‘The Blue Whale’). Architects: César Pelli & Norma Merrick Sklarek. Location: Los Angeles. (A)
    1975: Transparent Horizon. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (S)
    1975: Wall Drawing #260. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Visual Arts Museum, New York; reinstalled Museum of Modern Art, New York; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, Massachusetts. (P) (CA)
    1975: Sets and Costumes, The Rake’s Progress.  Artist: David Hockney. Location: Glyndebourne, UK (production); Portland Art Museum, Portland, Maine (drop curtain). (DA) (P)
    1975: Untitled (photo of man leaning toward curtain). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Ph) (MM)
    1975: Stack. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Tate Britain, London. (S)
    1975: Fire Escape Collapse (Fire on Marlborough Street). Photographer: Stanley J. Forman. (Ph)
    1975: Le Smoking, by Yves St. Laurent. Photographer: Helmut Newton. (Ph)
    1975: Catching the Breeze, Hathod village, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Photographer: Raghubir Singh. (Ph)
    1968–1976: Bagsværd Church. Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Bagsværd, Denmark. (A)
    1973-1976: CN Tower. Architect: John Andrews/WZMH Architects. Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (A)
    1974-1976: U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. Architect: César Pelli & Norma Merrick Sklarek. Location: Tokyo.
    1974-1976: Hoarfrosts (series). Artist: Robert Rauschenberg. Locations: Preview, Mint and Scent, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1974); Coastal Draft (Hoarfrost), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1974); Sand (Hoarfrost), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1974); Glaze (Hoarfrost), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (1975). (MM)
    1976: Pennzoil Place. Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: Houston, Texas. (A)
    1976: Bicentennial Dawn. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: Byrne Federal Courthouse, Philadelphia. (S)
    1976: Triptych. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Private Collection (Roman Abramovich). (P)
    1976: Nine Squares. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Tate Collection, UK (print); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (print); National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (print). (P) (E/P)
    1976: Colored Paper Image III (Blue Black Curves). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (original); National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (print); St. Louis University Museum of Art, St. Louis, Missouri (print). (P) (E/P)
    1976: Colored Paper Image XII (Blue Curve with Brown and Gray). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (original); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P) (E/P)
    1976: Supermarkets. Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection (Hamburg, Germany). (C)
    1976: Acton (from the Space Division Constructions series). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (MM) (O)
    1976: Polar Bear (from Diorama series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. Location: (Ph)
    1976: Laurie, Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon. Photographer: Mary Ellen Mark. (Ph)
    1976: Untitled (roofless room, small man climbs map). Photographer: Jerry Uelsmann. (Ph)
    1966-1977: World Trade Center. Architect: Minoru Yamasaki. Location: New York. Destroyed September 11, 2001. (A)
    1971-1977: Centre Georges Pompidou. Architects: Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers. Location: Paris. (A)
    1976-1977: The Blue Guitar (set of etchings).  Artist: David Hockney. Locations: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Frost Art Museum, Miami, Florida. (E/P)
    1977: Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. (A)
    1977: The America Windows (stained glass). Artist: Marc Chagall. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (SG)
    1977: Untitled Journal Drawing (red). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection (Keith Haring Foundation). (D)
    1977-1982: Savarin (print). Artist: Jasper Johns. Locations: Museum of Modern Art, New York (1977 & 1981); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1982); Tate Collection, UK (1982);  National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (E/P)
    1977: Virginia Creeper, California. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1977: Dog on Wheels. Photographer: Robert Doisneau. (Ph)
    1977: Untitled Film Still #6. Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1977-Present: Roden Crater (work in progress). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Near Flagstaff, Arizona. (MM) (O)
    1974-1978: East Building, National Gallery of Art. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Washington, D.C. (A)
    1974-1978: Untitled (Quetta, Pakistan) (manipulated photo). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (Ph)
    1977-1978: Gehry Residence. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Santa Monica, California. (A)
    1977-1978: Naked Man with Rat. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia. (P)
    1978: Personnage Oiseaux. Artist: Joan Miró. Location: Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, Kansas. (M)
    1978: Lamp. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Gilman Paper Company, St. Mary’s, Georgia. (S)
    1978: Fifty Days at Iliam (series of ten panels). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P)
    1978: Cycnus (sculpture). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (S)
    1978: Sets and Costumes, The Magic Flute.  Artist: David Hockney. Location: Glyndebourne, UK, temporary performances. (O)
    1978: The Gleaner. Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (P)
    1978: U.A. Walker, New York (from Theaters series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1978: Untitled Film Still #21. Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1978-1990: Radiant Baby. Artist: Keith Haring. Locations: Various. (D) (P) (E/P)
    1978-1990: Barking Dog. Artist: Keith Haring. Locations: Various. (D) (P) (E/P)
    1978-1979: Italian Landscape (triangles). Photographer: Franco Fontana. (Ph)
    1979: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Boston. (A)
    1979: Louise Nevelson Plaza. Artist: Louise Nevelson. Location: New York. (S)
    1979: Pow Wow. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany. (P)
    1979: I Dont Want No Retro Spective. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Private Collection (Bud Cort). (P)
    1979: Horse Training for the Militia, Inner Mongolia. Photographer: Eve Arnold. (Ph)
    1979: Charles Jourdan, Spring 1979. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1979: Vogue Paris, June 1979. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1979: Man in Bus, Bucharest, Romania. Photographer: Jay Maisel. (Ph)
    1979: Painting Myself Into a Corner (video). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection (Keith Haring Foundation). (PA) (V)
    1977-1980: Crystal Cathedral. Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: Garden Grove, California. (A)
    1979-1980: 1000 Names. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Tate Collection, London.
    1980: Dr. Waldmann (from Expressionist Woodcuts series).  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (E/P).
    1980: Model for a Sculpture. Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (S)
    1980: Akron Civic, Ohio (from Theaters series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1980: Ohio Theater, Ohio (from Theaters series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1980: Untitled (three women looking in the same direction).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (CA)
    1980: Untitled #66 (from the Rear Screen Projection series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. Location: Various. (Ph)
    1980: The Hug, NYC (from The Ballad of Sexual Dependency). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1980: John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Photographer: Annie Leibowitz. (Ph)
    1980: Missionary Holding Hand of Starving Child in Uganda. Photographer: Mike Wells. (Ph)
    1980: SAMO Graffiti (w. Al Diaz). Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Locations:  Various. Temporary street art.
    1980: Exhibit A: Red Cosmetics. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1980: Untitled (b&w, dog on pedestal with cheering crowd). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection (Keith Haring Foundation). (D)
    1980: Your Golden Hair, Margarethe. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1967-1981: French Communist Party Headquarters. Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Paris. (A)
    c. 1970-1981: Charles Jourdan (legs under table). Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1981: Lines in Four Directions in Flowers. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Fairmount Park, Philadelphia (temporary: 2015-2017). (MM) (S) (CA)
    1981: Tilted Arc. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Foley Federal Plaza, New York. Removed in 1989. (S)
    1981: Margarethe. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Saatchi Collection, London. (P) (C) (MM)
    1981: Interior. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Royal Academy of the Arts, London. (P) (C)
    1981: Three Ways: Mould Hole and Passage. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Tate Collection, London. (S)
    1981: Britain Seen from the North. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Tate Collection, London. (S) (MM)
    1981: Lieber Maler, Male mir… (Dear Painter, Paint for Me) (series of 12 paintings). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Locations: Untitled, The Saatchi Gallery, London; Untitled, Tate Collection, London; Untitled, Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P) (CA)
    1981: Dialogue with the Youth of Today. Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1981: Untitled #92 (from the Centerfolds series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1981: Untitled #96 (from the Centerfolds series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1981: They’re Coming! (diptych). Photographer: Helmut Newton. (Ph)
    1981: Cirios, Boulder, Baja. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1981: Untitled (Skull). Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Broad Museum, Los Angeles. (P)
    1981: Irony of Negro Policeman. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1981: Flyer for Des Refusés at Westbeth Painters Space, New York City, February 10, 1981. Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection (Keith Haring Foundation). (E/P)
    1961-1982: National Assembly Building (Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban; National Parliament House) Architect: Louis I. Kahn. Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh. (A)
    1979-1982: 18 Colors (Cincinnati) (print). Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    1982: Vietnam Veterans Memorial (“The Wall”). Architect: Maya Lin. Location: Washington, D.C. (S) (A)
    1982: Perilous Night. Artist: Jasper Johns. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1982: Kerze (Candle). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany. (P)
    1982: Clouds. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1982: Negative Value II (Mizar). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1982: Nuremberg. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Broad Museum, Los Angeles. (P) (MM)
    1982: Red-Yellow-Black Double Ellipsoid “Twin.” Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1982: Axehead. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Tate Collection, London. (S) (MM)
    1982: Cabeza. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1982: Charles the First. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1982: Diego Maradona Confronts Six Defenders. Photographer: Steve Powell. (Ph)
    1982: The Catch. Photographer: Walter Iooss, Jr. (Ph)
    1982: Lady Lisa Lyon. Photographer: Robert Mapplethorpe. (Ph)
    1982: Untitled (house with tree roots). Photographer: Jerry Uelsmann. (Ph)
    1982: Untitled (b&w, many branched tree/dragon, with figure holding up a figure in center). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection (Keith Haring Foundation). (D)
    1982: Mural, Houston and Bowery streets. Artist: Keith Haring. Location: New York (temporary: summer 1982). (P)
    1983: Dinner in Dresden. Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. (P)
    1983: Human/Need/Desire (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM)
    1983: Dem Unbekannten Maler (To the Unknown Painter). Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (P)
    1983: Spiritual America.  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various. (Ph) (CA)
    1983: Untitled #119. Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1983: Untitled #131. Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1983: Sympathische Kommunistin (Likeable Communist Woman). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1983: Nan and Brian in Bed, NYC (from The Ballad of Sexual Dependency). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1983: Untitled (History of the Black People). Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Private Collection.
    1983: Hollywood Africans. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
    1983: Tiny in her Halloween Costume, Seattle. Photographer: Mary Ellen Mark. (Ph)
    1983: Crocodile Eating Ballerina. Photographer: Helmut Newton. (Ph)
    1983: Cookie at Tin Pan Alley, NYC. Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1972–1984: National Assembly of Kuwait. Architects: Jørn Utzon and Jan Utzon. Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait. (A)
    1980-1984: AT&T Building (now Sony). Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee. Location: New York. (A)
    1981-1984: PPG Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee. Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (A)
    1982-1984: Terminal One, Los Angeles International Airport. Architect: Norma Merrick Sklarek. Location: Los Angeles. (A)
    1982-1984: Untitled (sunglasses girl sips soda through straw) (from Fashion series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various. (Ph) (CA)
    1984: Brushstrokes in Flight.  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Port Columbus International Airport, Columbus, Ohio. (S)
    1984: One Hundred Live and Die (neon). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Kagawa, Japan. (S) (MM)
    1984: Nigredo. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. (P) (MM)
    1984: Damaged Child (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1984: Try as I Might, I Cannot Find a Swastika. Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1984: Untitled #137 (from the Fashion series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1984: Gold Griot. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Broad Museum, Los Angeles. (P)
    1984: Nan, One Month After Being Battered (from The Ballad of Sexual Dependency). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1984: Ken Moody and Robert Sherman. Photographer: Robert Mapplethorpe. (Ph)
    1984: Milk (photograph). Artist: Jeff Wall. (Ph)
    1984: Korem Camp Refugees, Ethiopia. Photographer: Sebastião Salgado.
    1984-Present: Gangs (series). Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various. (Ph.)
    1984-2002: Nature Study (series). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Locations: Nature Study (Pink Eyes), Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York (1984); Nature Study, Tate Collection, London (1986). (S)
    1958-1985: Lightning with Stag in its Glare (installation). Artist: Joseph Beuys. Locations: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Tate Modern, London; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (on loan to MassMoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts). (S)
    1964-1985: Fat Chair. Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Tate Modern, London. (S) (CA)
    1983-1985: Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank (HSBC Main Building). Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Hong Kong, China. (A)
    1983-1985: England, New Brighton. Photographer: Martin Parr. (Ph)
    1984-1985: Mural with Blue Brushstroke. Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Location: Equitable Tower (now AXA Center), New York. (P)
    1985: Wilder Shores of Love, Bassano in Teverina. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1985: Tulips, Rome (photograph). Artist: Cy Twombly. Locations: Various. (Ph)
    1985: Fanny/Fingerpainting. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (P)
    1985: Good Boy Bad Boy (video installation). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Locations: Various.
    1985: Untitled #153 (from the Fairy Tales and Disasters series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1985: Afghan Girl. Photographer: Steve McCurry. (Ph)
    1985: Omayra Sanchez after Columbia Volcano. Photographer: Frank Fournier. (Ph)
    1985: Anvil Cloud over Badlands. Photographer: Philip Hyde. (Ph)
    1985: Trichur, Kerala (red car). Photographer: Raghubir Singh. (Ph)
    1985: Free South Africa (poster). Artist: Keith Haring. Locations: Various. (E/P)
    1978-1986: Lloyd’s Building. Architect: Richard Rogers. Location: London. (A)
    1979-1986: Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank (HSBC Tower). Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Hong Kong. (A)
    1982-1986: Untitled (installation of 100 mill-aluminum boxes). Artist: Donald Judd. Location: The Chiniti Foundation, Marfa, Texas. (S)
    1985-1986: Study for a Self Portrait –Triptych. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Marlborough Fine Art, London. (P)
    1985-1986: Creative Evolution 2.  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various. (Ph) (CA)
    1986: 53rd and Third (‘Lipstick Building’). Architect: Philip Johnson. Location: New York. (A)
    1986: Articulated Lair. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S) (MM)
    1986: Three Panels: Orange, Dark Gray, Green. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1986: Pearblossom Highway, 11-18th April 1986 #2. Artist: David Hockney. Location: J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (P)
    1986: Meeting (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell. Location: P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Queens, New York. (CA) (MM)
    1986: Jerusalem. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location:  Private Collection (Susan and Lewis Manilow, Chicago). (P) (MM)
    1986: The Martin Bormann Gas Station. Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. (CA)
    1986: Rabbit. Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. (S)
    1986: Challenger Explosion. Photographer: NASA. (Ph)
    1986: Ball Rolls Through Bill Buckner’s Legs, World Series, Game 6, Boston Red Sox vs. NY Mets. Photographer: Stan Grossfeld. (Ph)
    1986: Sea Lions, Little Hopkins Island, Australia. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    1986: Rootwads and Slash/Ode to Woodie. Photographer: Robert Glenn Ketchum. (Ph)
    1986: Yohiji Red. Photographer: Nick Knight. (Ph)
    1986: Tights. Photographer: Daido Moriyama. (Ph)
    1986: Serra Pelada Goldmine, Para, Brazil. Photographer: Sebastião Salgado. (Ph)
    1986: Crack Is Wack (mural). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: New York (temporary). (P)
    1986: Berlin Wall Mural. Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Berlin (temporary). (P)
    1986: Portrait (Stoya) (from the Portraits series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    1986-2006: Jokes (series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various, including Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (D) (P) (CA)
    c. 1970-1987: Choucroute. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    c. 1970-1987: Cat Burglar. Photographer: Guy Bourdin. (Ph)
    1982-1987: 7,000 Oaks – City Forestation Instead of City Administration. Artist: Joseph Beuys. Location: Kassel, Germany. (S) (MM) (PA) (CA)
    1985–1987: Paustian Furniture Store. Architect: Jørn Utzon. Location: Copenhagen, Denmark. (A)
    1985-1987: Nemausus Housing. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Nimes, France. (A)
    1985-1987: Fulcrum. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Broadgate, London. (S)
    1985–1987: Osiris and Isis. Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P) (MM)
    1987: One International Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee. Location: Boston. (A)
    1987: The Menil Collection. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: Houston, Texas. (A)
    1987: Arab World Institute. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Paris. (A)
    1987: Black Form – Dedicated to the Missing Jews. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: Altona City Hall, Hamburg, Germany.
    1987: Clown Torture (video installation). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (PA) (V)
    1987: Blowing Bubbles (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1987: The Last Time Emmett Modeled Nude (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1987: The Peter Sculptures (installation). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Tate Collection, London (poster); Private Collection.  (S) (MM)
    1987: Model Interconti (from The Peter Sculptures). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Private Collection.
    1987: Ratingen. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1987: The Damm Family in their Car, Los Angeles. Photographer: Mary Ellen Mark. (Ph)
    1987: Portrait (A. Kachold) (from the Portraits series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    1984-1988: Watchtower (series). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Watchtower, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1984); Watchtower II, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1984-1985); Watchtower with Geese, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (1987-1988). (P)
    1988: Netherlands Dance Theater. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: The Hague, Netherlands. (A)
    1988: The Fallen Easel. Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Victoria & Albert Museum, London (print). (MM)
    1988: October 18, 1977 (series of 15 paintings). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (Dead [I], Dead [II]; Dead [III]; Hanged; Man Shot Down 1; Man Shot Down 2; Cell; Confrontation 1; Confrontation 2; Confrontation 3; Youth Portrait; Record Player; Funeral; Arrest 1; Arrest 2. ) (P)
    1988: Betty. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri.
    1988: Learned Helplessness in Rats (Rock and Roll Drummer) (installation). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (V) (I) (MM)
    1988: Six Bottles (Large), State 1 (print). Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Tate Britain, London; de Young Museum, San Francisco. (E/P)
    1988: Untitled (self-portrait in red underwear, painting). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1988: Untitled (self-portrait in white underwear, with blue head). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Germany. (P)
    1988: Street Lamp for Drunks. Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Germany. (S)
    1988: Ushering In Banality (from Banality series) (several versions). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Stedilijk Museum, Amsterdam. (S)
    1988: Michael Jackson and Bubbles (from Banality series) (four versions). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (on loan from the Broad Collection); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S)
    1988: Pink Panther (from Banality series) (several versions). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. (S)
    1988: Riding with Death. Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat. Location: Private Collection.
    1988: Susie Smoking (Yohiji Yamamoto). Photographer: Nick Knight. (Ph)
    1988: Untitled #183 (from the History Portraits series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1988: The Bulldog Lady. Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    1988: Silence = Death. Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    1988-1989: IRCAM Extension. Architects: Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers. Location: Paris. (A)
    1988-1989: Second Version, Triptych 1944. Artist: Francis Bacon. Location: Tate Collection, London. (P)
    1989: Pyramide du Louvre. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Paris. (A)
    1989: November (diptych). Artist. Gerhard Richter. Location: St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri. (P)
    1989: 45 (series of 20). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. (P)
    1989: Painting (sculpture). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York.
    1989: Untitled (cowboy on horse, right) (from Cowboy series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various, including Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (CA) (Ph)
    1989: Virginia at Four (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1989: Emmet, Jessie and Virginia (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1989: Jessie in the Wind (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1989: Untitled (Martin, into the Corner, You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself) (six versions). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (1992). (S)
    1989: Untitled #193 (from the History Portraits series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    1989: Tank Man (Tiananmen Square). Photographers: Jeff Widener, Charlie Cole and Stuart Franklin. (Ph)
    1989: Paris (jumping with umbrella). Photographer: Elliott Erwitt. (Ph)
    1989: The Supermodels. Photographer: Herb Ritts. (Ph)
    1989: Wilson Arch, Utah. Photographer: David Muench. (Ph)
    1989: Johannesburg, 2nd Greatest City After Paris (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge. Locations: Various, including Tate Collection, London; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C.
    1989: Once Upon A Time (mural). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Second Floor Men’s Room, LGBT Community Center, New York.
    1989-Present: Hoods (series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various, including Untitled (Hood) (1989), Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mad Magazine (1992); Children (2002); Climax (2002); My Pocketbook (2003); My Way (2004), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
    1907-1990: Washington National Cathedral (Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul). Architects: George Frederick Bodley, Henry Vaughan, Philip Hubert Frohman. Location: Washington, D.C.
    1982-1990: Bank of China. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Hong Kong. (A)
    1989-1990: Women of Dresden (series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Private Collections.
    1990: Karla (from Women of Dresden series). Artist: Georg Baselitz. Location: Froehlich Collection, Stuttgart, Germany.
    1990: Candy Cigarette (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1990: The Perfect Tomato (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1990: First the Feet (‘Crucified Frog’) (from Fred the Frog series). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S) (CA)
    1990: White Canoe. Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Saatchi Gallery, London. (P)
    1990: A Thousand Years. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Saatchi Gallery, London. (MM) (CA)
    1990. Siemens, Karlsruhe. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1990: Face-off during the Oka Crisis. Photographer: Shaney Komulainen. (Ph)
    1990: Leaning Tower of Pisa. Photographer: Martin Parr. (Ph)
    1990: Stingray with Sailboat, Grand Cayman. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    1990: Madonna, San Pedro. Photographer: Herb Ritts. (Ph)
    1990: Christy Turlington (giant rose). Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier. (Ph)
    1990: Tuttomundo (mural). Artist: Keith Haring. Location: Pisa, Italy. (A)
    1990–1991: Made in Heaven (installation). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Tate Collection, London (poster). (MM) (I) (PA)
    1991: Nexus Housing. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Fukuoka, Japan. (A)
    1991: Mamelles. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Tate Collection, London (latex, cast 2001). (S)
    1991: Mirror Room (Pumpkin) (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Temporary exhibitions. (I) (MM)
    1991: The End. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P) (MM)
    1991: Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters. Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (P)
    1991: Time Exposed #345: Ionian Sea, Santa Cesarea 1990 (from Seascapes series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1991: Amazonian Field (from Field) (installation). Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Brazil. Temporary.
    1991: At Warm Springs (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1991: Black Eye (from Immediate Family). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1991: Oil Well, Burhan, Kuwait. Photographer: Sebastião Salgado. (Ph)
    1991: Misty and Jimmy Paulette in a Taxi, NYC (from The Other Side). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1991: Acropolis. Photographer: Martin Parr. (Ph)
    1991: The Collector. Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Mexico City (performance). Private Collection (video). (PA) (V)
    1991: The Architect’s Home in the Ravine. Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1991: In and Out of Love (Butterfly Paintings and Ashtrays) (installation). Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. (I) (MM) (P)
    1991: The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Private Collection (Steven Cohen). (CA) (MM)
    1991: The Girl with the Knife in Her Hand. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo; Johnen Galerie, Berlin. (P) (E/P)
    1991-1992: Naked Man, Back View. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P)
    1992: Two International Place. Architects: Philip Johnson & John Burgee. Location: Boston. (A)
    1992: Five Pointed Star with Color Bands (silkscreen print). Artist: Sol LeWitt. Locations: Various, including Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston; Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland. (CA) (P)
    1992: Painting Detail and ‘By the Ionian Sea’ Sculpture (photograph). Artist: Cy Twombly. (Ph)
    1992: MLR (More Light Research) (series) (installation). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Various temporary exhibitions. (P)
    1992: Puppy. Artist: Jeff Koons. Locations: Guggenheim Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain; Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, Connecticut. (S) (MM) (CA)
    1992: Criminali (series of drawings). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Unknown. (D)
    1992: Pharmacy. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Tate Collection, London. (I) (MM) (CA)
    1992: Hilton Head, S.C., US (June 24, 1992). Photographer: Rineke Dijkstra. (Ph)
    1992: Naomi Campbell. Photographer: Steven Meisel. (Ph)
    1992-1999: Girlfriends (series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Various, including Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (CA) (Ph)
    1993: Kunsthal Rotterdam. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands. (A)
    1993: Weisman Art Museum. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota. (A)
    1993: Opera House. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Lyon, France. (A)
    1993: Arch of Hysteria. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Locations: Various, including National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Private Collection. (S)
    1993: Rose. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Leipziger Messe, Leipzig, Germany. Rose II: Museum of Modern Art, Newt York. (S)
    1993: Alex/Reduction Print. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine. (P)
    1993: Hi Way 39 Drive-In, Orange (from Theaters series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1993: Untitled (Girlfriend) (three blonde girls on motorcycle) (from Girlfriends series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (CA)
    1993: Field for the British Isles (from Field). Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London. (S) (I)
    1993: A Sudden Gust of Wind (after Hokusai). Artist: Jeff Wall. (Ph)
    1993: Paris, Montparnasse. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1993: Blotter (from Ten Etchings). Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Tate Collection, London. (E/P)
    1993: Mother and Child Divided. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Astrup Fernley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway (1993, original); Tate Collection, London (2007, reproduction). (S) (MM) (CA)
    1993: Tiananmen Square (yellow). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1993: Beauty (installation). Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. (MM) (CA) (I)
    1991-1994: Kansai International Airport. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: Osaka, Japan. (A)
    1993-1994: United Enemies (A Play in Ten Scenes). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Tate Collection, London (three sculptures); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (one sculpture); Van Abbemuseum, Bilderdijklaan, Netherlands (one sculpture); Museum of Modern Art, New York (prints and two statues). (S) (CA) (E/P).
    1994: Vitra Fire Station. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Weil am Rhein, Germany. (A)
    1994: Fondation Cartier. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Paris. (A)
    1994: The Nest. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S)
    1994: Wall Drawing #766. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Mass. MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts. (P) (CA)
    1994: Untitled (Say Goodbye Catullus, to the Shores of Asia Minor). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas. (P)
    1994: Pumpkin (sculpture). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Naoshima, Japan. (S)
    1994: Lesende (Reader). Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (p)
    1994: The Three Lies of Painting. Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1994: Earliest Human Relatives (from Diorama series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1994: The Happy End of Franz Kafka’s ‘Amerika’ (installation). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Germany. (I) (MM)
    1994: Vulture Stalking a Child – Sudan Famine. Photographer: Kevin Carter. (Ph)
    1994: Hutu Man Mutilated by Hutu Interahamwe Militia for Suspected Tutsi Sympathies. Photographer: James Nachtwey. (Ph)
    1994: Io in camouflage, NYC (from Eden and After). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    1994: Hong Kong Island. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1994: Felix in Exile (video) (from 9 Drawings for Projection). Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Tate Collection, London; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C. (V)
    1994: Innocenti (series of photographs). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (S) (Ph)
    1994: Mary Magdalene. Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1994: Lilith (multiple casts). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S)
    1994: Away from the Flock. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Tate Collection, London. (S) (MM) (CA)
    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. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (MM)
    1994: Three Comrades (three women) (from Bloodlines: The Big Family series). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia. (P)
    1994-2006: Hanging Heart (series of five) (from Celebration series). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas (gold heart with magenta bow); Private Collections (magenta heart with gold bow; violet heart with gold bow).
    1993-1995: The Four Seasons (two versions). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: I: Museum of Modern Art, New York (1993-1994); II: Tate Modern, London (1993-1995). (P)
    1993-1995: Spring (from The Four Seasons, second version). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Tate Modern, London. (P)
    1994-1995: My Blue Lake (print). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Wake Forest University Art Collection, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Williams College Museum of Art, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts. (Ph) (E/P)
    1995: Benefits Supervisor Sleeping. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1995: Lake Superior, Cascade River (from Seascapes series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1995: Oklahoma City Firefighter Holds Infant. Photographer: Charles Porter. (Ph)
    1995: Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963–1995 (installation). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Destroyed in fire (2004). (MM)
    1995: Ripped Up (drawing). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collection. (D)
    1995: Sad Shower in New York (drawing). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Tate Collection, London. (D)
    1995: The Battle of Atlanta: Being the Narrative of a Negress in the Flames of Desire—A Reconstruction (installation). Artist: Kara Walker. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (O)
    1995: The End of Uncle Tom and the Grand Allegorical Tableau of Eva in Heaven (installation). Artist: Kara Walker. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (O)
    1995: The Eagle Nebula from the Hubble Space Telescope. Photographer: NASA. (Ph)
    1995: Hubble Deep Field. Photographer: NASA. (Ph)
    1991-1996: Concrete Cabin (series). Artist: Peter Doig. Location: I: Leicester Arts and Museums Service, Leicester, UK (painting, 1991-1992); II, Saatchi Gallery, London (painting, 1994); III, Tate Britain, London (print, 1996); IV, British Council Collection, London (print, 1996).
    1995–1996: I Love New York, Crazy City (scrapbook). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Generali Foundation, Vienna. (C) (BI) (O)
    1996: Nationale-Nederlanden Building (‘Dancing House’, ‘Fred and Ginger’). Architects: Frank Gehry and Valdo Milunic. Location: Prague, Czech Republic. (A)
    1996: Niterói Contemporary Art Museum (Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (A)
    1996: Spider (multiple casts). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location:  National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri. (S)
    1996: Landscapes in the Chinese Style (series).  Artist: Roy Lichtenstein. Locations: Private Collections. (P)
    1996: Infinity Mirrored Room – Love Forever (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona (You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies, 2005). (I) (MM)
    1996: The Raft of the Medusa (installation). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Untitled (oil painting), Museum of Modern Art, New York; 14 lithographic prints, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P) (E/P)
    1996: Jacqueline: The Paintings Pablo Couldn’t Paint Anymore (series of eight paintings). Artist: Martin Kippenberger. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. (P)
    1996: Prada I. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1996: 727. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    1996: Luise (series of watercolors). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: De Pont Museum, Tilburg, Netherlands (six watercolors). (P) (D)
    1996: Exorcism of the Last Painting I Ever Made (series of paintings). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collections. (P)
    1996: Valentine, The Fastest (from The Sugar Children) (series of photographs). Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (P) (MM)
    1996-Present: Dots Obsession (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Various temporary installations. (I) (MM)
    1996-Present: Le Temps du Sommeil (series). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Locations: Private Collections. (P)
    1991-1997: Commerzbank Headquarters. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Frankfurt, Germany. (A)
    1993-1997: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Bilbao, Spain. (A)
    1993–1997: Educatorium, University of Utrecht. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Utrecht, Netherlands. (A)
    1997: Rose II. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: New Museum, New York (temporary installation, 2010). (S)
    1994-1997: Snake. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain. (S)
    1996-1997: Ubu Tells the Truth (video). Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Tate Collection, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. (V)
    1997: Miho Museum. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Shiga, Japan. (A)
    1997: Science Center NEMO. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: Amsterdam. (A)
    1997: Bay of Sagami, Atami (from Seascapes series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1997: Another Place. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Crosby Beach, Sefton, UK. (S)
    1997: Early Forms (St. Gallen). Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Waldfrieden Sculpture Park, Germany. (S)
    1997: Devon Aoki for Alexander McQueen, Visionaire. Photographer: Nick Knight. (Ph)
    1997: Paradox of Praxis I (Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing) (performance). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Locations: Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (video and photographic documentation); No Show Museum, Johannesburg, South Africa; five-minute video available at http://www.francisalys.com/public/hielo.html. (PA) (V)
    1997: Cuentos Patrioticos (performance). Artists: Francis Alÿs with Rafael Ortega. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (video); The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (video). (PA) (V)
    1997: Miss Ko2 (series of three and two artists proofs). Artist: Takashi Murakami. Locations: Private Collections. (S)
    1997: Hiropon. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1997-2004: Grosser Geist (Big Spirits) (series of 17). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Neues Museum, Weimar, Germany (outside entrance). (S)
    1997: Tracey Emin C.V. Cunt Vernacular (video). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Tate Collection, London. (V)
    1997: Slavery! Slavery! (installation). Artist: Kara Walker. Location: Private Collection. (MM)
    1997: Do You Like Crème in Your Coffee and Chocolate in your Milk? (series of 80 watercolors). Artist: Kara Walker. Location: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (64 items). (P)
    1997: Action Photo I, After Hans Namuth (from Pictures of Chocolate). Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; (Ph)
    1997: Medusa Marinara. Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Ph)
    1997: Getty Center (J. Paul Getty Museum). Architect: Richard Meier. Location: Los Angeles. (A)
    1997-2002: Architecture (series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1991-1998: Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport). Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Hong Kong. (A)
    1995-1998: Balloon Dog (Magenta) (from Celebration series). Artist: Jeff Koons. Location: Private Collection (Francois Pinault Foundation). (S)
    1997-1998: Room For One Color. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Various temporary installations. (I) (MM) (CA)
    1998: Jin Mao Tower. Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: Shanghai, China. (A)
    1998: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Cleveland, Ohio. (A)
    1998: Maison à Bordeaux (House in Bordeaux). Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Bordeaux, France. (A)
    1998: Cabbages, Gaeta (photograph). Artist: Cy Twombly. (Ph)
    1998: A Bigger Grand Canyon. Artist: David Hockney. Location: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (P)
    1998: Torqued Ellipse IV. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S)
    1998: Angel of the North. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Gateshead, UK. (S)
    1998: Endless Meanders, Alaska. Photographer: Robert Glenn Ketchum. (Ph)
    1998: Bundestag. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1998: Untitled (#1, “Scarred Tree”) (from Deep South). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1998: Untitled (#30, “Swamp Bones”) (from Deep South). Photographer: Sally Mann. (Ph)
    1998: Reversed Waterfall. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Various temporary installations. (S) (MM) (CA) (I)
    1998: My Lonesome Cowboy. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    1998: The Castle of Tin Tin. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1998: My Bed (installation). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collection. (I) (MM)
    1998: Berlin The Last Week in April 1998 (series of watercolors). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1998-1999: Mirror Drawings (series). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: 2 Mirror Drawings 14-2-99 (1999), Museum of Modern Art, New York. (D) (P)
    1998–2006: Frauen (Women) (series). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Frau No. 13, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (S)
    1992-1999: New Wing, Jewish Museum, Berlin. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Berlin. (A)
    1992-1999: Reichstag (renovation). Architect: Norman Foster. Location: Berlin. (A)
    1993-1999: Petronas Towers. Architect: César Pelli. Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (A)
    1994-1999: Burj Al Arab (Tower of the Arabs). Architect: Tom Wright/Atkins. Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (A)
    1995-1999: Felix Nussbaum Haus. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Osnabrück, Germany. (A)
    1998-1999: Drawing for Stereoscope (figure standing in blue water). Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (D) (P)
    1998-1999: Untitled (man in Picasso costume with enlarged Picasso head). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Various temporary installations. (PA) (CA)
    1999: Maman (multiple casts). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Locations: Tate Modern, UK (steel); National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (bronze)Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain (bronze); Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (bronze); Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea (bronze). (S)
    1999: Four-Sided Pyramid. Artist: Sol LeWitt. Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (S) (CA)
    1999: Untitled (Rorschach). Artist: Sigmar Polke. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1999: The Light Inside (installation). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Houston, Texas. (I) (MM) (CA)
    1999: Anne Boleyn (from Portraits series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    1999: Quantum Cloud. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: London. (S)
    1999: Chicago Board of Trade II. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1999: Rhine II. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1999: 99 Cent. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    1999: Brandi Chastain Celebrates Winning Penalty Kick During U.S. Womens World Cup Victory. Photographer: Roberto Schmidt. (Ph)
    1999: Kosovo Refugees send boy through fence. Photographer: Carol Guzy. (Ph)
    1999: Fetus’s hand clutches finger. Photographer: Michael Clancy. (Ph)
    1999: Sea Lion Chase. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    1999: La Nona Ora (The Ninth Hour). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM) (CA)
    1999: A Perfect Day (art gallery owner duct-taped to wall). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM) (CA)
    1999: Double Mona Lisa (Peanut Butter + Jelly) (After Warhol). Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (CA)
    1999: Pyromaniac Day & Pyromaniac Dead of Night (diptych). Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    1999-2001: The Rehearsal I (video). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (V) (PA)
    1999-2005: Check Paintings (series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collections. (P)
    1999-2000: Experience Music Project. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Seattle, Washington. (A)
    1999-2000: After Cezanne. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (P)
    1999-2000: After ‘Invisible Man’ by Ralph Ellison, The Prologue (photograph). Artist: Jeff Wall. (Ph)
    2000: Cultural and Conference Centre. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Lucerne, Switzerland. (A)
    2000: Foundry, Rome (photograph). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Private Collection. (Ph)
    2000: Self-Portrait. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. (P)
    2000: Self-Portrait/Scribble/Etching Portfolio (set of 25 prints). Artist: Chuck Close. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (P) (E/P)
    2000: One Accord (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Houston, Texas. (I) (MM) (CA) (O)
    2000: Shanghai. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2000: Not Afraid of Love. Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2000: I’ve Got It All (photograph). Artist: Tracey Emin. (Ph)
    2000: Sometimes I Feel Beautiful (photograph). Artist: Tracey Emin. (Ph)
    2000: The Last Thing I Said To You Is Don’t Leave Me Here II (photograph). Artist: Tracey Emin. (Ph)
    2000-2001: Queen Elizabeth II. Artist: Lucian Freud. Location: Royal Collection, UK. (P)
    2001: Great Court, British Museum renovation. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: London. (A)
    2001: Imperial War Museum North. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Manchester, UK.
    2001: Rejection. Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Private Collection.
    2001: Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage) (installation). Artist: Bruce Nauman. Location: Various temporary installations.
    2001: 99 Cent II Diptychon. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2001: Madonna I. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2001: Sky Mirror (multiple versions). Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Nottingham, UK; State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg; AT&T Stadium, Dallas, Texas. (S) (CA)
    2001: The Falling Man (9/11/01). Photographer: Richard Drew. (Ph)
    2001: Olivier, French Foreign Legion, Camp Raffalli, Calvi, Corsica (June 18, 2001). Photographer: Rineke Dijkstra. (Ph)
    2001: Reenactments (performances). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (video, documentation). (PA) (V)
    2001: 100 years ago (series). Artist: Peter Doig. Locations: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (P) (E/P)
    2001: HIM. Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2001: Rapture (three casts). Artist: Kiki Smith. Locations: Private Collections. (S)
    2001: Lying with the Wolf (drawing). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. (D).
    2001: Light My Fire (sculpture). Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2001: Princess of Snooze. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2001-2002: Jellyfish Eyes (series). Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2002); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (2002). (P)
    1987-2002: Yokohama International Passenger Terminal (Ōsanbashi Pier).  Architect: Foreign Office Architects. Location: Yokohama, Japan. (A)
    1989-2002: Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Library of Alexandria). Architect: Snøhetta. Location: Alexandria, Egypt. (A)
    2001-2002: Oscar Niemeyer Museum (Museu Oscar Niemeyer; ‘Museum of the Eye’). Architect: Oscar Niemeyer. Location: Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil. (A)
    2002: Auditorium Parco della Musica. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: Rome. (A)
    2002: Master PlanWorld Trade Center. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: New York. (A)
    2002: Fireflies on the Water (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Various temporary installations. (I) (MM)
    2002: The Visionary Flowers (sculptures). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Matsumoto City Museum of Art, Nagano, Japan.
    2002: Tulsa Slut. Artist: Ed Ruscha. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    2002: Emma/Woodcut (print). Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Private Collections.
    2002: Untitled (Dude Ranch Nurse) (from Nurses series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (CA)
    2002: Planets. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: British Library, London. (S)
    2002: Filter. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK. (S)
    2002: Marsyas. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Temporary installation, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London. (S)
    2002: Coal Miner Smoking a Cigarette, Afghanistan. Photographer: Steve McCurry. (Ph)
    2002: Man with Balloons near Destroyed Building, Afghanistan. Photographer: Simon Norfolk. (Ph)
    2002: Bullet-scarred apartment building and shops, Karte Char, Kabul, Afghanistan. Photographer: Simon Norfolk. (Ph)
    2002: Peaches, Rouilly, Le Bas. Photographer: Ellen von Unwerth. (Ph)
    2002: Death by Cheeseburger. Artist: David LaChapelle. (Ph)
    2002: Amanda as Andy Warhol’s Marilyn. Artist: David LaChapelle. (Ph)
    2002: Copan. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2002: When Faith Moves Mountains (performance). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (video); Museum of Modern Art, New York (video). (PA) (V)
    2002: Tan Tan Bo Puking – a.k.a. Gero Tan. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2002: Louis Vuitton Handbags. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Locations: Retail outlets.
    2002: Born (sculpture). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. (S)
    2002: Born (painting). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Brooklyn Museum, New York (print); Museum of Modern Art, New York (print); High Art Museum, Atlanta, Georgia (print). (P) (E/P)
    2002: Knowing My Enemy (installation). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collection. (I) (MM)
    2002: Death Mask (sculpture). Artist: Tracey Emin. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2002: Lullaby, the Season Spring. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM) (CA)
    2002: 360 Degrees Room For All Colors. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Various temporary installations. (MM) (CA)
    2002: Balloon Girl. Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art).
    2002-2006: Nurses (series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Locations: Various.
    1996-2003: Danish Jewish Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Copenhagen, Denmark. (A)
    1997–2003: McCormick Tribune Campus Center, Illinois Institute of Technology.  Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Chicago. (A)
    2003: Walt Disney Concert Hall. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Los Angeles. (A)
    2003: London City Hall. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: London. (A)
    2003: Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Cincinnati, Ohio. (A)
    2003: Netherlands Embassy. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Berlin.
    2003: Lake Superior, Eagle River (from Seascapes series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    2003: Asian Field (China) (from Field). Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Temporary installation, Guangdong Province, China.
    2003: Domain Field. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Various temporary installations. (S)
    2003: Ancient Trade, Morocco. Photographer: Art Wolfe. (Ph)
    2003: The Last Supper (from Jesus is my Homeboy). Artist: David LaChapelle. (Ph)
    2003: Bjork. Artist: David LaChapelle. (Ph)
    2003: Y K Delta from 1500 (embroidered photograph). Artists: Robert Glenn Ketchum and Suzhou Embroidery Research Institute. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (O)
    2003: Pelican (Stag). Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2003: Stephanie (“Trophy Wife”). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collections.
    2003: Details of Depression (book of photographs). Artist: Tracey Emin. (Ph)
    2003: Self-Portrait (from Pictures of Magazines series). Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collection. (Ph)
    2003: Woman in Sun Dress. Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    2003: The Weather Project. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London (temporary installation).
    2003: Flower Thrower. Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art).
    2000-2004: 30 St Mary Axe (“The Gherkin”) (formerly Swiss Re Building). Architect: Norman Foster. Location: London. (A)
    2000-2004: Wohl Centre, Bar-Ilan University. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Ramat-Gan, Israel. (A)
    2001-2004: Millau Viaduct. Architects: Norman Foster & Michel Virlogeux. Location: Millau, France. (A)
    2003-2004: Taipei 101 (formerly Taipei World Financial Center). Architect: C.Y. Lee & Partners. Location: Taipei, Taiwan. (A)
    2004: Seattle Central Library. Architects: Rem Koolhaas & Joshua Prince-Ramus. Location: Seattle, Washington. (A)
    2004: Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts. (A)
    2004: Geschwister (Siblings). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2004: Mother and Child. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2004: New Buildings for Berlin (series). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (S) (MM)
    2004: Holiday. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2004: Bouquet. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2004: The American Room (installation). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Various temporary installations.
    2004: Conceptual Forms (Hypotrochoid). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    2004: Untitled (Debutante Nurse) (from Nurses series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collections. (Ph) (CA).
    2004: Untitled #425 (from the Clowns series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    2004: Nha Trang, Vietnam. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2004: Giant Tortoises at Dawn, Galapagos Islands. Photographer: Frans Lanting. (Ph)
    2004: Marc Jacobs (Charlotte Rampling and Juergen Teller in bed). Photographer: Juergen Teller. (Ph)
    2004: Tail of Southern right whale, Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia, Argentina. Photographer: Sebastião Salgado. (Ph)
    2004: Russia, Moscow, Fashion Week (man with dog). Photographer: Martin Parr. (Ph)
    2004: Abu Grahib Prisoners. Photographers: US Military Personnel. (Ph)
    2004: Sisters, Saints and Sibyls (multimedia). Artist: Nan Goldin. Location: Co-owned by Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (V) (MM) (Ph)
    2004: The Green Line (Sometimes doing something poetic can become political
    and sometimes doing something political can become poetic) (performance). Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (video). (PA) (V)
    2004: Red Boat (Imaginary Boys). Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2004: Untitled (sculpture of three boys hanging, with nooses around their necks). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S) (CA)
    1998-2005: Contemporary Jewish Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: San Francisco. (A)
    1999-2005. Hymn.  Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2000-2005: Frederick C. Hamilton Building, Denver Art Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Denver, Colorado. (A)
    2001–2005: Casa da Música. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Porto, Portugal. (A)
    2005: Phaeno Science Center. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Wolfsburg, Germany. (A)
    2005: BMW Central Building. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Leipzig, Germany. (A)
    2005: Torre Agbar (Agbar Tower). Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Barcelona, Spain. (A)
    2005: September. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (P)
    2005: The Matter of Time (installation). Artist: Richard Serra. Location: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain. (S)
    2005: Children Filming I. Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (MM) (C) (P)
    2005: Bahrain I. Photographer: Andreas Gursky. (Ph)
    2005: Untitled (b&w photo of woman chained around neck). Photographer: Nobuyoshi Araki. (Ph)
    2005: Tanisha Blevin, 5, Holds Hand of Nita LaGarde, 89, During Evacuation of New Orleans Convention Center after Katrina. Photographer: Eric Gay. (Ph)
    2005: Pearl Harbor Survivor Hugs Iraq War Veteran, Dallas, Texas. Photographer: Jim Mahoney. (Ph)
    2005: Smiling Ed. Photographer: Juergen Teller. (Ph)
    2005: Homespun Tales (installation). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Various temporary installations. (I)
    2005: Alice II (feet uncrossed). Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2005: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) (series of 15 prints). Artist: Kara Walker. Locations: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Middlebury Museum of Art, Middlebury, Vermont; Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts; Twenty-first Century Museum Hotel, Kentucky; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; Cincinnati Museum of Art, Cincinnati, Ohio; Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina; Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey; Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Northampton, Massachusetts; St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, Missouri.
    2005: 8 Possible Beginnings, or, The Creation of African-America (film). Artist: Kara Walker. Locations: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (V)
    2005: My Dream: Little General. Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2005: Comrade (diptych; woman, man with glasses). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2005: Saturn Devouring One of His Sons (from Pictures of Garbage). Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (MM)
    2005-2008: Bacchus (series of eight paintings). Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Untitled (Bacchus VIII) (2005), Museum Brandhorst, Munich; Tate Modern, London (3 paintings, 2008) (P)
    1952-2006: Spiral Woman (series of drawings and sculptures). Artist: Louise Bourgeois. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (wood sculpture, 1951-1952; 10 prints, 2001); Private Collection (bronze sculpture, 1984); Private Collection (fabric sculpture, 2003); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (two watercolor etchings, 2006). (S) (P) (D) (MM)
    1971-2006: Saint-Pierre. Architects: Le Corbusier & José Oubrerie. Location: Firminy, France. Work stalled from 1975 to 2003. (A)
    2000-2006: Lava River, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Photographer: Frans Lanting. (Ph)
    2001-2006: Flower Matango (series). Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collections. (S)
    2004-2006: Kaori (dressed, untied, w/ dinosaur toys). Photographer: Nobuyoshi Araki. (Ph)
    2006: Hearst Tower. Architect: Norman Foster. Location: New York. (A)
    2006: Guthrie Theater. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota. (A)
    2006: Musée du quai Branly. Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: Paris. (A)
    2006: Sequence. Artist: Richard Serra. Location: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (S)
    2006: Untitled (wrapped wheelchair). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2006: Cloud Gate. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Millenium Park, Chicago.
    2006: Kate Moss, London. Photographer: Mario Testino. (Ph)
    2006: Water Lilies, Botswana. Photographer: Frans Lanting. (Ph)
    2006: Wichte (Imps) (series of 12 bronze sculptures). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Madrid. (S)
    2006: Big Family: Girl (glasses, carrying book) (from Bloodlines series). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2006: Big Family: Boy (hands behind back, striped shirt) (from Bloodlines series). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2006: Eye See You (Louis Vuitton lamp). Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Retail outlets. (S) (DA)
    2006: London Phone Box (with axe). Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art).
    2006: Sweep It Under the Carpet. Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art).
    2006: Painted Elephant. Artist: Banksy. Location: Los Angeles (temporary installation).
    2005-2007: Figures in Red Boat. Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2006-2007: Noses & Ears, Etc. (series). Artist: John Baldessari. Locations: The Gemini Series: Face with Nose and (Green) Ear (2006), Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California; Profile with Ear and Nose (Color) (2007), Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (C) (E/P)
    2007: New York Times Building. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: New York. (A)
    2007: Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, Royal Ontario Museum. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Location: Toronto. (A)
    2007: Beethoven’s Trumpet (with Ear) (series). Artist: John Baldessari. Location: Opus #132 Reverse, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. (S) (MM)
    2007: Stained Glass Window, Cologne Cathedral. Artist: Gerhard Richter. Location: Cologne, Germany. (SG)
    2007: Self-Portrait. Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2007: Oil XI (installation). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Various temporary installations.
    2007: Pure Thoughts (refitted 1970 Dodge Challenger).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM) (CA)
    2007: Oz (from Hoods series).  Artist: Richard Prince. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2007: Blind Light. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Temporary installation, Hayward Gallery, London. (CA)
    2007: Event Horizon. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location: Temporary installations (London 2007; New York 2010; Rio de Jainero & Sao Paolo 2012). (S)
    2007: The Power of One (Israel). Photographer: Oded Baility. (Ph)
    2007: Patterns – Vogue Italia. Photographer: Steven Meisel. (Ph)
    2007: Maine Forest Mist. Photographer: Jay Maisel. (Ph)
    2007: Eight-year-old Christian Golczynski Takes Flag of Father Killed in Iraq. Photographer: Aaron Thompson. (Ph)
    2007: Boy in Mid-Flight, Jodhpur, India. Photographer: Steve McCurry. (Ph)
    2007: Ava Twirling, NYC (from Eden and After). Photographer: Nan Goldin. (Ph)
    2007: Sets and Costumes, The Magic Flute. Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Temporary performances. (DA)
    2007: Man Dressed as Bat. Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2007: Second Mission Project Ko2 (installation). Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Various temporary installations. (I)
    2007: Oval Buddha. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2007: Model for a Hotel. Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Temporary installation, Trafalgar Square, London. (S) (A)
    2007: Sirens. Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2007: For the Love of God. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Private Collection. On display at White Cube Gallery, London. (S)
    2007: Substrat 33 I (from the Substratum series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2007: jpeg ib02 (from the JPEGs series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2007: Life is Only One. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2007: Cosmic Eyes. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2007: Girl Frisking Soldier. Artist: Banksy. Location: Bethlehem, West Bank (temporary street art).
    2007-Present: 53 West 53rd Street (MoMA Tower; formerly Tour de Verre). Architect: Jean Nouvel. Location: New York. Under construction. (A)
    2003-2008: Beijing National Stadium (“Bird’s Nest”). Architects: Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron; Stefan Marbach, Ai Weiwei. Location: Beijing. (A)
    2004–2008: CCTV Headquarters. Architect: Rem Koolhaas. Location: Beijing. (A)
    2006-2008: Ping Pong. Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection, promised gift to the Tate Collection, London. (P)
    2008: Museum of Islamic Art. Architect: I.M. Pei. Location: Doha, Qatar. (A)
    2008: Art Gallery of Ontario (expansion). Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: Toronto. (A)
    2008: California Academy of Sciences. Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: San Francisco. (A)
    2008: Disco Soon (from Ground Zero). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2008: Hospital (from Ground Zero). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2008: Untitled #466 (from the Society Portraits series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    2008: Untitled #474 (from the Society Portraits series). Artist: Cindy Sherman. (Ph)
    2008: Memory. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Temporary installations. (S)
    2008: Michael Phelps Wins 100 Meter Butterfly at Beijing Olympics. Photographer: Heinz Kluetmeier. (Ph)
    2008: Amy, The Krazyhouse, Liverpool, UK. Photographer: Rineke Dijkstra. (Ph)
    2008: Naughty Christmas (series). Photographer: Ellen von Unwerth. (Ph)
    2008: Miley Cyrus. Photographer: Annie Leibowitz. (Ph)
    2008: Victoria Beckham (in Marc Jacobs bag). Photographer: Juergen Teller. (Ph)
    2008: Russian Vet Kneels by his Former Tank, Now Monument. Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    2008: Koyasan Winter, Japan. Photographer: Art Wolfe. (Ph)
    2008: Beautiful Inside my Head Forever (auction of 218 works). Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Sotheby’s, London (temporary two-day auction).
    2008: Cassini 01 (from the Cassini series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2008: Cassini 02 (from the Cassini series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2008: Big Family (mother, father, baby with red head, red pants) (from Bloodlines series). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2008: Green Wall – Two Single Beds. Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2008: Businessman, Student, Soldier, Farmer, Worker (copper figures). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2008: Sleeping Boy on the Crate (sculpture). Artist: Zhang Xiaogang. Location: Private Collections. (S)
    2008: Woman Ironing (Isis) (from Pictures of Garbage series). Artist: Vik Muniz. (Ph) (MM)
    2008: Marat (Sebastião) (from Pictures of Garbage series). Artist: Vik Muniz. (Ph) (MM)
    2008: The New York City Waterfalls. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: New York (temporary installation).
    2008: One Nation Under CCTV. Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art).
    c. 2008: Baby Green Sea Turtle, French Polynesia. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    1982-2009: Mann im Matsch (Man in Mud) (series). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Locations:
    Oldenburg, Germany; Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris. (S)
    1996-2009: Wreck of the Keith Tibbetts, Cayman Brac. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    2008-2009: Bridget’s Bardo (installation). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Various temporary installations. (I) (MM) (CA)
    2009: Painting Detail (Roses) (photograph). Artist: Cy Twombly. (Ph)
    2009: An Encounter with a Flowering Season (painting). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2009: Late Night Chat is Filled with Dreams (painting). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2009: Sets, Am Anfang (In the Beginning) (opera). Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Temporary performances.
    2009: Lightning Fields 225 (from Lightning Fields series). Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    2009: One & Other. Artist: Antony Gormley. Location:  Temporary installation, Trafalgar Square, London (July 6–Oct. 14, 2009). (CA)
    2009: Southern Stingrays, Grand Cayman Island. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    2009: Indonesian Fisherman. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    2009: Return of Journalists from North Korea. Photographer: Robyn Beck. (Ph)
    2009: Firefighter Gives Koala Water, Victoria, Australia. Photographer: Mark Pardew. (Ph)
    2009: Untitled (taxidermied horse with post inscribed “INRI”). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM) (CA) (O)
    2009: Cassini 16 (from the Cassini series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2009: Cassini 23 (from the Cassini series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2009: Zycles 3080 (from the Zycles series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2009: I Don’t Believe in Global Warming. Artist: Banksy. Location: London (temporary street art). (P) (D)
    c. 2009: Pompano Fish and Feet, U.S. Virgin Islands. Photographer: David Doubilet. (Ph)
    2000-2010: Tornado. Artist: Francis Alÿs. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. (PA) (V)
    2004-2010: Burj Khalifa (Burj Dubai; Dubai Tower). Architect: Adrian Smith/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (A)
    2009-2010: Fragment of a Letter. Artist: Jasper Johns. Locations: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (print); Private Collection (bronze sculpture). (E/P) (S)
    2010: MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Art. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Rome. (A)
    2010: Ceiling, Salle des Bronzes. Artist: Cy Twombly. Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris. (P)
    2010: Bindu Shards (from Perceptual Cell series). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Multiple temporary installations. (CA) (MM) (O)
    2010: La berceuse (for Van Gogh). Artist: Anselm Kiefer. Location: Private Collection. (S) (MM)
    2010: It is, It isn’t. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2010: Abby Lee Kershaw. Photographer: David Bailey. (Ph)
    2010: Aline Weber. Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier. (Ph)
    2010: Sets and Costumes, The Nose. Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York (four preparatory sketches). (DA)
    2010: Helen Fisher at the Hearse of Her Cousin, Douglas Halliday, UK. Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    2010: Vater Staat (Father State). Artist: Thomas Schütte. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2010: Ma.r.s. 05 III (from the Ma.r.s. series). Artist: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2010-Present: Toilet Paper (magazine). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Various. (O)
    1989-2011: 9 Drawings for Projection (series of videos). Artist: William Kentridge. Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York. (V)
    2011: Beekman Tower (now 8 Spruce Street). Architect: Frank Gehry. Location: New York. (A)
    2011: London Aquatics Centre. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: London. (A)
    2011: Louis Vuitton products (collaboration with Marc Jacobs). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Retail outlets.
    2011: Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life (installation). Artist: Yayoi Kusama. Location: Various temporary installations.
    2011: Mixed Feelings. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2011: Lost in Thought. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2011: Chamonix Needles, France. Photographer: Art Wolfe. (Ph)
    2011: Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia. Photographer: Frans Lanting. (Ph)
    2011: Terri Gurrola Is Reunited with her Daughter after Seven Months in Iraq. Photographer: Louie Favorite. (Ph)
    2011: Soldier Holds Four-Month-Old Found Four Days after Japanese Tsunami. Photographer: Hiroto Sekiguchi. (Ph)
    2011: Monk in China Prays for Dead Man in Train Station. Photographer: Unknown. (Ph)
    2011: Aftermath of Alabama Tornado (series). Photographer: Jeff Roberts. (Ph)
    2011: Dog Sits by Owner’s Grave after Floods, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photographer: Vanderlei Almeida. (Ph)
    2011: Bjork (black pasta). Photographer: Juergen Teller. (Ph)
    2011: All (installation). Artist: Maurizio Cattelan. Location: Various temporary installations. (P) (D) (S) (MM) (I)
    2011: Doggy Radio (sculpture). Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collections. (S) (DA)
    2011: Large Paper Crane. Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collections. (Ph) (MM)
    2011: Your Rainbow Panorama. Artist: Olafur Eliasson. Location: Aarhus, Denmark. (A) (MM)
    2011: Cardinal Sin. Artist: Banksy. Location: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK. (S)
    2003-2012: Verity. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Ilfracombe, UK. (S)
    2006-2012: Cricket Painting (Paragrand). Artist: Peter Doig. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2007-2012: Hejdar Aliyev Center. Architect: Zaha Hadid. Location: Baku, Azerbaijan. (A)
    2009-2012: Shard London Bridge (The Shard). Architect: Renzo Piano. Location: London. (A)
    2012: ArcelorMittal Orbit. Artist: Anish Kapoor. Location: Olympic Park, London. (A) (S)
    2012: Twilight Epiphany (skyspace). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Houston, Texas. (MM) (CA) (O)
    2012: The Refusal of Time (installation). Artist: William Kentridge. Locations: Co-owned by Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco. (I) (V) (MM) (S)
    2012: Mickey. Artist: Damien Hirst. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2012: phg.10 I (from the Photograms series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2012: Scrap Metal: Seahorse. Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collections. (Ph) (E/P) (MM) (S)
    2013: Self-Portrait (Yellow Raincoat) (Jacquard tapestry). Artist: Chuck Close. Location: Private Collection. (P) (DA)
    2013: Aten Reign (installation). Artist: James Turrell. Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (temporary site-specific installation). (I) (CA) (MM)
    2013: Actors (installation). Artist: Isa Genzken. Location: Temporary installations. (S) (I)
    2013: The Glass House. Photographer: Hiroshi Sugimoto. (Ph)
    2013: Hardliner. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2013: Ma.r.s. 09 II (from the Ma.r.s. series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2013: 3D Ma.r.s. 10 (from the Ma.r.s. series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2013: phg.05 III (from the Photograms series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2013: r.phg.06 I (from the Photograms series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2013: em.phg.01 (from the Photograms series). Photographer: Thomas Ruff. (Ph)
    2014: One World Trade Center (‘Freedom Tower’). Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Location: New York. (A)
    2014: Parts of Life. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2014: Tommy. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2014: Stroke. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    2014: Isle of the Dead. Artist: Takashi Murakami. Location: Private Collection. (P)
    2014: Girl. Artist: Kiki Smith. Location: Private Collection. (S)
    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 (installation). Artist: Kara Walker. Location: Temporary installation (May 10-July 6, 2014), Brooklyn, New York. (S) (I)
    2014: Mushroom House. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2014: Tell Me. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2014: Stay Good. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2014: Wounded. Artist: Yoshitomo Nara. Location: Private Collection. (P) (E/P)
    2014: Album: New Car. Artist: Vik Muniz. Location: Private Collection. (Ph) (C) (MM)
    2014: Spy Booth. Artist: Banksy. Location: Cheltenham, UK (temporary street art). (P)
    2015: Willow II. Artist: Tony Cragg. Location: Private Collection. (S)

 

 

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