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A group of women can be seen in a field raking hay.  The central woman faces the viewer in the foreground; she wears a hat that shades her face.  Behind her are two other women, also raking hay, shown from behind.
Camille Pissarro
Faneuses (Haymakers)
1890
Museum Purchase
1953/2.48
Two women dressed in dark clothing sit in an interior setting. The nearer woman leans far back in an armchair, head resting on her left hand, legs crossed. The other woman is sitting more upright at the center of the composition. The women look at one another in an attitude of quiet conversation. To the left of the composition is a round table.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American (North American))
The Sisters
1894 – 1895
Museum Purchase in honor of Nesta R. Spink, made possible by the Oakriver Foundation
2011/1.75
A group of laborers, wearing hats and jackets, walks from viewer's right to left along a street littered with garbage. The two in the front carry shovels. In the background is an industrial landscape, dirty and in disrepair.
George Grosz (German (culture or style))
Ants (Ameisen), from "In the Shadows" ("Im Schatten")
1920
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1948/1.22
This sparely executed lithograph depicts, from left to right, a young boy, an aged man in a hat, and an aged woman in a shawl looking at the food on display in a shop window, bananas, cheese, sausage, and wine, among other items.
George Grosz (German (culture or style))
Hunger
1924
Museum Purchase
1957/1.105
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