T. Michael Redmond | Museum of Modern Art
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The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Midtown Manhattan is one of the major galleries of modern and contemporary art in the world and the preeminent one of its kind in the US. Its collection is dominated by works that are mostly subsequent to Impressionism, through the 2Oth Century, and down to the present day. It has major collections of Van Gogh, Picasso and Matisse, among other European artists, including many marquee works (Rousseau's The Dream, Van Gogh's The Starry Night, Picasso's Les Demoiselles de l'Avignon, Matisse's The Plum Blossoms, Dali"s The Persistence of Time). It also has many truly iconic works of American artists such as Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans, Lichtenstein's Drowning Girl, Wyeth's Christina's World, Johns' The Flag, and Rauschenberg's Canyon, among many others.
MoMA, NYCMatisse Cut-outs Exhibition, MoMAThe Starry Night (Van Gogh), MoMA, NYCThe Dream (Rousseau), MoMA, NYCPortrait of Joseph Roulin (Van Gogh), MoMA, NYCEvening, Honfleur (Seurat), MoMA, NYCStill Life with Apples (Cezanne), MoMA, NYCGirl with a Mandolin (Picasso), MoMA, NYCTwo Nudes (Picasso), MoMA, NYCLes Demoiselles d'Avignon (Picasso), MoMA, NYCThe Persistence of Memory (Dali), MoMA, NYCPortrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II (Klimt), MoMA, NYCGirl putting on Shoe (Schiele), MoMA, NYCA Nude with Back Turned (Kokoschka), MoMA, NYCWoman with Slipper (Schiele), MoMA, NYCDance (I) (Matisse), MoMA, NYCComposition (Matisse), MoMA, NYCThe Red Studio (Matisse), MoMA, NYCThe Piano Lesson (Matisse), MoMA, NYCThe Moroccans (Matisse), MoMA, NYC

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