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Robert Indiana

The Figure from the portfolio Decade by Robert Indiana / American Art

“Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?” by Richard Hamilton, 1956.

Comic collages in context

Pop art collage called 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? 1956 by Richard Hamilton is one of the earliest pieces labeled Pop Art. Hamilton died in

Pictorialist Photography Techniques

Pictorialist Photography Techniques

1904 photo of the Flatiron Building--Edward Steichen . ironing the rain

T.C. Cannon

T.C. Cannon

The Jewish Museum - Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television

Get Smart’s Barbara Feldon by Andy Warhol on the cover of TV Guide, March 1966 ( pop art / retro magazine cover )

[History of the Political Parties Giant Size]

History of the Political Parties Giant Size

Recently Updated with Election 2016 Results Our classic History of the Political Prints are combined into a special large format edition, over 6 feet long. If you have a large space to fill at your ho

"Carl Zigrosser, in his role as manager of the Weyhe Bookstore and Gallery, was an important resource for Esherick.  The Weyhe Gallery, which opened in 1919, became a center for modernist art under Zigrosser's management." -Birth of the American Modern    Photograph:  Mabel Dwight (1876-1955), Greetings from the House of Weyhe, 1928. Lithograph. Graphic Arts GA 2007.01212. Interior of Weyhe gallery in New York City with its director Carl Zigrosser.

Greetings from the House of by Mabel Dwightlithograph on paper sheet: 8 x 9 in. x cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of E. Weyhe, Inc.

"Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television"

This show's intriguing premise is that the early television industry from the to the was deeply influenced by Modern Art, borrowing many of