Mexican and Peruvian fighters take aim at the American eagle that sits above Siqueiros' crucified peasant in America Tropical. Courtesy of Luis C. Garz hide caption

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Revolutionary Mural To Return To L.A. After 80 Years
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During his six-decade career, Monet created more than 2,000 paintings. Two hundred of them -- including his renderings of London's Houses of Parliament in sun (left) and fog -- are on display at the Grand Palais museum in Paris. Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet
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A contemporary of Pablo Picasso, Spanish-Uruguayan artist Joaquin Torres Garcia moved to New York in 1920 and painted New York Docks that same year. Yale University Art Gallery hide caption

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'Nueva York' Exhibit Tells A South-North Story
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Brandenburg Gate by Reinhard Stangl, 2006 Breakthrough Art Organization hide caption

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'Breakthrough': East German Artists, 20 Years On
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Jason Middlebrook's Traveling Seeds can be found on the walls of Mount Sinai Hospital's Bone Marrow Transplant Unit in New York. Courtesy of Rx Art hide caption

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Rx Art For Hospitals: Just What The Curator Ordered
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This Qing Dynasty porcelain incense burner dates back to the late 17th century. Freer Gallery of Art hide caption

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Blue And White And Mad All Over: 'Chinamania'
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The Piano Lesson, 1916 The Museum of Modern Art hide caption

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At MoMA, A Look At A Pivotal Moment For Matisse
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Nancy Astor, pictured here in a John Singer Sargent portrait from 1909, represents the 19th-century American feminine ideal: soft, delicate, and clad in European-made clothes. As the 20th century developed, that ideal shifted. National Trust / Art Resource hide caption

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The Feminine Mystique, Expressed In Silks And Satins
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A Dark View Of Dostoevsky On The Moscow Subway
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Audubon's First Print Is Found, Ending Long Search
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One of the negatives discovered by Rick Norsigian. Courtesy Rick Norsigian hide caption

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Ansel Adams Or Not? The Answer's Worth Millions
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The restored version of "The Gross Clinic," above, is characterized by darker hues that bring the image closer to what Thomas Eakins originally painted in 1875. The Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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Eakins' Classic 'Gross Clinic' Gets Another Look
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