Clutter by Douglas Blau

BOMB 38 Winter 1992

Home of the Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company


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Jan Steen, The Drawing Lesson, c. 1665.

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Unknown photographer, untitled, c. 1890.

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Albrecht Dürer, Melancholia I, 1514.

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Joseph Wright of Derby, The Alchemist, 1771.

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Willem van Haecht, The Picture Gallery of Cornelis Van der Geest, 1628.

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Thomas Struth, Louvre 3, 1990.

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Vincenzo Feoli, Gallery of Busts at the Vatican, c. 1776.

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Gregg Toland, Still from Citizen Kane, 1941.

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Georgina Wingendorp, Ole Worm’s Museum, 1655.

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10. Enrique Lopez y Martinez, The Royal Armory, c. 1874.

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Daniel Faust, Zurich, 1990.

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Giovanni Paolo Pannini, Picture Gallery With Views of Modern Rome, 1742.

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Karla Plicky, Strahov Library, 1947.

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Léon Gimpel, Artist’s Studio, 1907.

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Antoine Watteau, Sign for Gallery Gersaint, 1721.

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Karen Knorr, The Analysis of Beauty, 1988.

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Giovanni Paolo Pannini, The Gallery of Valenti Gonzaga, 1749.

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Johann Zoffany, The Tribuna of the Uffizi, 1778.

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19. Jan Brueghel, Allegory of Sight, 1619.

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William Hogarth, The Analysis of Beauty, 1753.

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Gordon Fraser, Sir John Soane’s Museum, c. 1979.

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22. Hubert Robert, Imaginary View of the Grand Gallery of the Louvre, 1796.

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Jan Brueghel, Allegory of Sight, 1617.

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Jean-Erick Pasquier, Reading Room, 1990.

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