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    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery process. Painting no. 1: Emma grinds a pigment rock with a little water, a cake of cuaco is ground into pigment as a binder, consistency is tested with a yucca brush
    • Pottery
    • Gnaw

    • Antoni, Janine (1964- )
    • Installation view of three part installation: 600 pound cubes of chocolate and lard gnawed by the artist. Not visible: The 27 heart shaped trays made for the gnawed-off chocolate and the 130 lipsticks made from the gnawed-off lard plus pigment and...
    • Chocolate, lard, beeswax, pigment
    • Gnaw (installation detail)

    • Antoni, Janine (1964- )
    • One of the heart shaped trays for the chocolate gnawed off the 600 pound cube and three of the lipsticks made from the lard gnawed off the 600 pound cube (beeswax and pigment added); from the second and third parts of installation
    • Chocolate, lard, beeswax, pigment
    • Death of Holofernes

    • Twombly, Cy (1929-2011)
    • Text reading ""Death of Holofernes"" above red pigment
    • Collage
    • Riding the Written

    • Sikander, Shahzia (1969- );
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    • Vegetable color, dry pigment, watercolor, tea on hand prepared wasli paper
    • To E. M. Forster

    • Cadmus, Paul (1904-1999);
    • Foreshortening. Toned paper on back with pigment. Young woman lying on blanket in grass with book (E. M. Forster), next to her lies a nude man
    • Black and white egg tempera; Tracing paper;
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992)
    • Acoma Pueblo. Painting no. 3: potter applies hematite pigment to form fine line star pattern.
    • Pottery
    • Costume: Ghost Dance Dress

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    • Plains; Arapaho (Inuana - Ina). Costume for Ghost Dance, dress with dots and feathers
    • Hide with pigment and eagle feathers
    • Nkisi

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    • Referenced by Renee Stout; Kongo people, Congo, Zaire and Angola
    • Wood; Glass; Shells; Stones; Pigment
    • Oskar Kokoschka

    • Erfurth, Hugo (1874-1948)
    • Three-quarters portrait of man's head and shoulders
    • Oil pigment print
    • Sly Offering

    • Sikander, Shahzia (1969-)
    • Many humanistic figures with wings surrounding two larger people, one presenting the other with a flower
    • Vegetable color; dry pigment; watercolor; tea; ink on hand-prepared wasli paper
    • Subtractive Color Theory: Pigment

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    • Image depicting blue, yellow, and red paint pigments, straight from tube, slightly mixed, and completely mixed to illustrate subtractive color theory
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