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The museum has great collection strength beginning in the 19th century, with areas of concentration in earlier periods. Note: the “Search the Collection” box at top does not currently return results for dates as search terms. The ranges here will return records with overlapping dates (e.g., “1930–1940” will return “1937,” “c. 1936–1970”).


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Jacques Bellange

The Martyrdom of Saint Lucy

after 1613

Mary Cassatt

In the Omnibus


Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas

Mary Cassatt at the Louvre: The Paintings Gallery


Albrecht Dürer

Adam and Eve


Giorgio Ghisi

Allegory of Life (The Dream of Raphael)


Francisco Goya

El sueño de la razon produce monstruos. (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters.)


El Lissitzky

Ansager (Radio Announcer)


Henri Matisse

Grand Odalisque à la culotte bayadère [Large Odalisque with Bayadère Culottes]


Charles Meryon

La Morgue


Giovanni Piranesi

The Drawbridge. An Immense Interior, with Numerous Wooden Galleries, and a Drawbridge in the Center


Rembrandt Rijn

Christ Crucified between Two Thieves (The Three Crosses)

1653 (dated in the third state)

James Whistler


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