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This abstract composition is composed within an X-shaped structure. There is a dark circle near the top and a redish-brown, vertically oriented rectangle below it. Behind the circle and near rectangle is an inverted triangle and another triangle below it with a concave bottom.
El Lissitzky (Russian (culture or style))
From Proun
1923
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.58
This vertically-oriented etching shows an abstracted body made up of different parts. Behind the torso of the figure is dark black shading. The print is titled, numbered, signed, and dated in pencil at the base of the print.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.20
This etching shows a head in profile as if an x-ray is showing what is inside. The insides of the head are made up of various shapes and objects. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom of the page.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Head I
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.24
This etching depicts an abstracted head in profile, made up of various objects. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom of the page.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.30
This piece consists of several long, thin clear plexiglass panels with red, black and blue vertical stripes, which have slots in them so they fit together with similar panels to form cross-shaped columnar structures.
Ilya Bolotowsky (American (North American))
Untitled
1970
Gift of the Estate of Maxine W. Kunstadter in memory of Sigmund Kunstadter, Class of 1922
1983/1.407.9A
This etching shows two abstracted figures sitting at a table. The table has a variety of objects sitting on it. Above the table, like a thought-bubble, is a vignette of a landscape. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the base of the page.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.18
This etching depicts a non-naturalistic face that is sparsely made out of different designs. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the base of the print.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.22
This print depicts an abstract representation of a face in profile, created with a series of biomorphic shapes and objects. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom of the page. 
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.6
This etching has a series of rectilinear vignettes surrounded by a mass of text. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom of the print.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.9
This is a horizontal drawing of curtains for a stage with green swags. Red curtains are at left and right. The center is light blue with clouds floating over both the blue and the red curtain to the right. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Curtain for 'Coppelia' by Delibes
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.216
This print shows a bust of a figure against a barren landscape. The figure is looking to the right of the page and a mask hovers in the air in front of his face. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the bottom of the page.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.12
This print has an image of an abstracted nude woman, framed by a thin line. The print is titled, numbered, signed and dated in pencil at the base of the print.
Vladimir Yankilevsky (Russian (culture or style))
Anatomy of Feelings
1972
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Proffer
1980/2.243.13
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