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Alice Neel, Self‑Portrait, 1980 National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C/The Estate of Alice Neel hide caption

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National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C/The Estate of Alice Neel

Frida Kahlo, Diego and Frida 1929 – 1944, 1944, oil on masonite with original painted shell frame, private collection, courtesy Galería Arvi © 2021 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York hide caption

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© 2021 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Deborah Willis, I Made Space For a Good Man, 2009, Lithograph, gift from the collection of Winston and Carolyn Lowe in honor of Brandywine founder, Allan L. Edmunds, 2019.18.35 Deborah Willis/Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia hide caption

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Deborah Willis/Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

The Stoop Stare Down (Nia & Afiya, Two Generations in Harlem), Jan. 26, 2020, 3:30 p.m., 42 degrees Ruben Natal-San Miguel/Ruben Natal-San Miguel & Postmasters Gallery hide caption

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Ruben Natal-San Miguel/Ruben Natal-San Miguel & Postmasters Gallery

Frits Thaulow, Cottages in the Snow, 1891 Bequest of David P. Kimball in memory of his wife, Clara Bertram Kimball/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston hide caption

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Bequest of David P. Kimball in memory of his wife, Clara Bertram Kimball/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

José Clemente Orozco, Rear Guard, 1929, lithograph. Collection of the McNay Art Museum, Museum purchase with funds from the Cullen Foundation, the Friends of the McNay, Charles Butt, Margaret Pace Willson, and Jane and Arthur Stieren José Clemente Orozco / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOMAAP, Mexico hide caption

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José Clemente Orozco / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOMAAP, Mexico

Looks like your spice rack on steroids? Nope. Although the colors are a feast for the eyes. Caitlin Cunningham Photography/Forbes Pigment Collection at the Harvard Art Museums hide caption

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Caitlin Cunningham Photography/Forbes Pigment Collection at the Harvard Art Museums

French woman conductor for the Paris Trolley Company, 1917 Excelsior – L'Equipe/Roger – Violett/National WWI Museum and Memorial hide caption

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Excelsior – L'Equipe/Roger – Violett/National WWI Museum and Memorial

In Jennifer Steinkamp's digital animations, trees gradually change color, lose leaves, sprout new leaves, grow flowers, and drop petals to the ground. She's done a series of such trees in honor of teachers who've had a profound influence on her. Jennifer Steinkamp/Lehmann Maupin hide caption

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Jennifer Steinkamp/Lehmann Maupin

Alfredo Ramos Martínez was regarded as a Father of Mexican Modernism, but his name is not widely known in the U.S. Above is Flores Mexicanas, a painting he worked on for 15 years. Dallas Museum of Art hide caption

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Dallas Museum of Art

The name Rumors of War is from a biblical passage Matthew 24:6: "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come." Travis Fullerton/Virginia Museum of Fine Arts hide caption

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Travis Fullerton/Virginia Museum of Fine Arts