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zzzze:   Hideki Fujii, Untitled A,1980   Fujii Hideki 藤井 秀樹 (1934-2010)  Untitled A - (model : Yamaguchi Sayoko 山口 小夜子 (1949-2007) - Japan - 1980

zzzze: Hideki Fujii, Untitled A,1980 Fujii Hideki 藤井 秀樹 (1934-2010) Untitled A - (model : Yamaguchi Sayoko 山口 小夜子 (1949-2007) - Japan - 1980

Terence Koh ‘Untitled (A New World Order Lies in this Golden Age)’, 2006 © Terence Koh, courtesy Peres Projects, Los Angeles/Berlin

Terence Koh ‘Untitled (A New World Order Lies in this Golden Age)’, 2006 © Terence Koh, courtesy Peres Projects, Los Angeles/Berlin

Untitled (a fakir)    Title: Untitled (a fakir)  Artist: Robert Hotz  Artist Bio: Swiss, active India, late 19th - early 20th century  Creation Date: late 19th century  Process: albumen print  Credit Line: Gift of Stephen White  Accession Number: 1983.073.076

Untitled (a fakir) Title: Untitled (a fakir) Artist: Robert Hotz Artist Bio: Swiss, active India, late 19th - early 20th century Creation Date: late 19th century Process: albumen print Credit Line: Gift of Stephen White Accession Number: 1983.073.076

Saatchi Art Artist Majid Eskandari's figurative painting “Untitled - A/14” #art | See more new original art added this week http://www.saatchiart.com/art-collection/Painting-Sculpture-Printmaking/New-This-Week-12-7-2015/153961/121089/view

Untitled - A/14

Saatchi Art Artist Majid Eskandari's figurative painting “Untitled - A/14” #art | See more new original art added this week http://www.saatchiart.com/art-collection/Painting-Sculpture-Printmaking/New-This-Week-12-7-2015/153961/121089/view

Wilhelm Sasnal (polish, b.1972) | Untitled, 2004 | part of a series of works Sasnal made on the subject of America following a trip to Chicago. The painting together with the other paintings in the series suggest Sasnal's ambivalent attitude towards contemporary American culture. | Tate

Wilhelm Sasnal (polish, b.1972) | Untitled, 2004 | part of a series of works Sasnal made on the subject of America following a trip to Chicago. The painting together with the other paintings in the series suggest Sasnal's ambivalent attitude towards contemporary American culture. | Tate

Frida Kahlo, "Frida and the Miscarriage" ("El Aborto") (1932), lithograph (© ARS, NY; Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño; photo by Schalkwijk/Art Resource, NY)

Frida Kahlo, "Frida and the Miscarriage" ("El Aborto") (1932), lithograph (© ARS, NY; Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño; photo by Schalkwijk/Art Resource, NY)

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