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The composition has a wide path in the middle heading into the background, with buildings on eiher side and three telephone poles in the middle. The top of a tree can be seen over the buildings in the top left of the scene. The front center portion of the pathway has some darker horizontal marks, and a dark figure is on the pathway in the center right of the composition.
Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese (culture or style))
Biyakugoji, Nara
Gift of Dr. Lawrence Preuss
This photograph depicts a view of an urban scene with telephone poles and electrical wires strung up and down a winding street.<br />
Kristin Capp (American (North American))
Wires, Santa Tereza, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gift of Ms. Kathleen Lauster and Mr. Jarir Derouach
A frontal elevation view of a company store.
Walker Evans (American (North American))
Company Store, Hecla, West Virginia
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Lunn, Jr., in Honor of the Centennial of The Michigan Daily
Photograph of a girl standing on the curb, looking over her shoulder to meet the camera's gaze.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
1961 – 1971
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
This is a scene of a city with a road receding into the distance in the center and multi-level buildings and utility poles on either side of it. Dark colors are used throughout the painting.
Zoltan L. Sepeshy (American (North American))
Entrance to Scranton
1930 – 1940
Gift of Mr. Jean Paul Slusser
Two barns set perpendicular to one another in a grassy field with a long overcast shadow of a utility pole.
Minor White (American (North American))
Two Barns
1955 – 1975
Museum Purchase
This lithograph is a combination of approximately nine photographs including some of ducks, a train, train tracks, a utility pole, lace, and windows in green, yellow, black, and white.
Robert Rauschenberg (American (North American))
5:29 Bay Shore
Gift of Gertrude Kasle
Photograph of a man in a folding chair on the roof and woman on the hood of a sedan at night in a forest setting.
Joel Meyerowitz (American (North American))
Cape Canaveral, Moon Launch
Gift of Selma & Gerald Lotenberg