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This print depicts a solid gold square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square.
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.4

Dame Barbara Hepworth (British (modern))
Three Forms: from the set 'Opposing Forms'
1970
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Vanek
1972/2.379
This painting shows an abstract composition, created with thick, overlapping lines in semi-opague blue paint on paper.
Agnes Barley (American (North American))
Untitled (Monochromes Blue)
1999 – 2009
Gift of Pearson and Robert Macek
2015/2.18
This print depicts a solid green square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square. The bottom left vertical and horizontal sides of the square do not meet, but overlap slightly.  
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.7
This painting has a curved brown shape crossing the lower right corner on a tan background.
Mark Schlesinger (American (North American))
As
1990
Gift of Leonard Rosenberg
2015/2.95
This print depicts a grey square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square. The square is slightly offset to the right so the two corners on the right are cut off by the circle.
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.5
This print depicts a solid gold square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square. The square is slightly offset to the lower left so the bottom left corner is cut off by, and the top right corner does not touch, the circle.
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.1
This print depicts a solid grey-green square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square. The top of the square is slightly shorter than the bottom and there is a small gap between the left vertical side and the left bottom side.
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.6
A grid of thin black lines intersect the image, slightly off-center. In the background is an all-over, inconsistently-textured black rectangle. Each quadrant has a motif that transects the grid. In the upper right, there is an outline of a circle and a grey square, irregularly created in horizontal marks.  At the top left, there is a quadrilateral that transects the grid. It is colored yellow to the right of the line. In the lower left, there is a sketchy grey rectangle, similar to the one in the top right but created with vertical markings. In the lower right, there is another outline of a quadrilateral. This one also transects the grid and, to the left, is filled in with black.
Dame Barbara Hepworth (British (modern))
Three Forms Assembling
1969
Museum Purchase
1970/2.139
This abstract drawing includes a dotted line around the periphery, a wash of darker color extending almost to the dotted line, and a fat, gray, vertical zig-zag shape in the middle of the wash with gray blobs at the outside edge of each zig or zag.
Antoni Tàpies (Spanish (culture or style))
Composition
1959
Gift of Herbert Barrows
2000/2.200
This print depicts a solid orange square, the outline of which circumscribes a green circle which in turn circuscribes a white square. The square is slightly offset to the left so it's right side corners do not touch the circle. 
Robert Mangold (American (North American))
Seven Aquatints
1973
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1999/1.104.2
This abstract oil painting has a black background with textured grey and white areas that resemble organic textures such as tree bark, water or bones.  There are subtle touches of pink here and there.
Gerome Kamrowski (American (North American))
Puerto de Torilli
1957
Gift of the Honorable Jack Faxon
1984/1.254
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