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Designer Bucket Hat

Designer's Homes, Dior Coat with Bucket Hat, 1960
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Designer's Homes Bucket Hat -- Model Monique Chevalier in a Dior creation, photographed for 1960
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1960s Modern Color Photography

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Giclée

Designer's Homes, Dior Coat with Bucket Hat, 1960
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Designer's Homes Bucket Hat -- Model Monique Chevalier in a Dior creation, photographed for 1960
Category

1960s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Designer's Homes, Dior Coat with Bucket Hat, 1960
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Designer's Homes Bucket Hat -- Model Monique Chevalier in a Dior creation, photographed for 1960
Category

1960s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Designer's Homes, Dior Coat with Bucket Hat, 1960
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Designer's Homes Bucket Hat -- Model Monique Chevalier in a Dior creation, photographed for 1960
Category

1960s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Designer's Homes, Dior Coat with Bucket Hat, 1960
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Designer's Homes Bucket Hat -- Model Monique Chevalier in a Dior creation, photographed for 1960
Category

1960s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

The Temple, Large Nude Woman with Rainbow Ralph Steadman
By Ralph Steadman
Located in Surfside, FL
artwork revolves around Raoul Duke-style caricatures of Thompson: bucket hats, cigarette holder and
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20th Century Modern Figurative Prints

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Etching

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The Temple, Large Nude Woman with Rainbow Ralph Steadman
By Ralph Steadman
Located in Surfside, FL
artwork revolves around Raoul Duke-style caricatures of Thompson: bucket hats, cigarette holder and
Category

20th Century Modern Figurative Prints

Materials

Etching

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The first decades of the 20th century were a period of artistic upheaval, with modern art movements including Cubism, Surrealism, Futurism and Dadaism questioning centuries of traditional views of what art should be. Using abstraction, experimental forms and interdisciplinary techniques, painters, sculptors, photographers, printmakers and performance artists all pushed the boundaries of creative expression.

Major exhibitions, like the 1913 Armory Show in New York City — also known as the “International Exhibition of Modern Art,” in which works like the radically angular Nude Descending a Staircase by Marcel Duchamp caused a sensation — challenged the perspective of viewers and critics and heralded the arrival of modern art in the United States. But the movement’s revolutionary spirit took shape in the 19th century.

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