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This is a vertically arranged abstract print that incorporates sets of facial features (and perhap legs) that stare out at the viewer. The colors in the print are predominately yellow on the right and black on the left; green, red, and white are also used.
Adja Yunkers (American (North American))
Succubae
1950
Museum Purchase
1950/2.22B

Edmond-François Aman-Jean
Portrait of Mlle. Moreno
1897
Donated by Ingrid Hendrickx
1981/2.81
This print shows a woman with black curly hair from the shoulders up; the woman, dressed in black, has a decorative flower in her hair on the left side. She covers her mouth and nose with both of her hands. Her right hand rests horizontally across her face with her palm facing outwards. Her left hand rests on top of her right hand, forming a T shape. 
Man Ray (American (North American))
Julie
1970
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.211
This print shows a close-up of the eyes of a human face with a bird perched on its head, both of which seem to be encased in a large, furry coat, hat, or tree.
Leonard Baskin (American (North American))
Merlin
1960
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Stone
1971/2.115
This composition shows a series of outlines of female torsos with heads, layered over one another. All of them appear to be upright except for one that is horizontal on the bottom left side. Some of the heads are in profile and others are arranged facing forward.
Oskar Schlemmer (German (culture or style))
Konzentrische Gruppe: Figurenplan K
1921
Museum Purchase
1953/2.4
This piece is a collage with metal strips, a crushed can, a profile painting of a face on top of stencilled letters, numbers, and dollar sign.
George Vargas
Michael
1988
Gift of the artist
2004/1.154

Lucebert
Untitled (portrait)
1964
Gift of Herbert Barrows
2000/2.171
This is a line drawing of a woman's head inscribed within a vertical rectangle. Simple horizontal and vertical lines depict the eyes, nose, and mouth while a few curved lines above each eye depict a hair line, and a large "U" forms the chin. 
Alexei Jawlensky (Russian (culture or style))
Kopf
1921 – 1922
Museum Purchase
1953/2.3
This abstracted drawing of a man's face shows a rounded but flattened surface, tilted back so that his nostrils are visible. The face droops, and has small beady eyes and dark closed lips.
Leonard Baskin (American (North American))
Haman
1955
Gift of The Stephen and Sybil Stone Foundation
1971/2.118
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