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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
  Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   Lithograph  20th Century 
  Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   Color Lithograph  20th Century 
  Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   [Lithograph]  1962 
  Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   Etching  20th Century 
"Ah, you've come at last, young man."   Luks, George Benjamin   Etching  1904 
"He passed his hand several times before my face and put his index…"   Sloan, John   Etching  1902 
"Here is our music, and I imagine it will be first-class."   Glackens, William   Etching  1904 
"Here is our music, and I imagine it will be first-class."   Glackens, William   Etching  1904 
"Poor Bidois, who had been drawn into the midst of the tumult,…"   Sloan, John   Etching  1902 
"The animal they were hunting passed quite near them."   Sloan, John   Etching  1904 
"Who is it who dares to sing thus?"   Sloan, John   Etching  1903 
"Yes, good mamma, yes-I'm going to lock up your silver spoon."   Glackens, William   Etching  1904 
"You like it, drink it."   Glackens, William   Etching  1904 
A Mourner   Bloch, Julius   Lithograph  1934 
Aerialist   Rumford, Ron   Engraving with chine collé  2000 
After the Passion (in memory of B.M.S.)   Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   intaglio  1968 
Alban Berg   Wells, Charles   Etching  1966 
All in Her Mind   Siegl, Helen   Color woodcut  20th Century 
Amy Clampitt, Poet   Maitin, Sam   lithograph  1990 
and the polar bear shall boggie with the penguin   McShane, David   Woodcut  1991 
Angel   Maitin, Sam   woodcut on tissue  1957 
Anteater and Flower   Siegl, Helen   Woodcut  20th Century 
Arabs   Kaplan, Jerome Eugene   Lithograph  1987 
Artists   Bloch, Julius   Lithograph  1930 
As Kids Go   Gilliam, Sam   Color screenprint with embossed relief, collage and acrylic paint on handmade paper  1996 

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