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    November 10, ‘51, Ben Nicholson, 1951, pencil and tempera on paper, Walker Art Center, MN.
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    3 PM, November.
    Alex Katz.
    Oil paint on board.
    1997.
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    Cats on a Red Cloth, Franz Marc, c. 1909-1910, oil on canvas, private collection.
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    The Man of the Woods and the Cat of the Mountains.
    R.B. Kitaj.
    Oil paint on canvas.
    1973.
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    The King o’ the Cats, John D. Batten, illustration for Joseph Jacobs (ed.), More English Fairy Tales (G. P. Putnams Sons, 1894).
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    The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke.
    Richard Dadd.
    Oil paint on canvas.
    1855–64.
    This work, although unfinished, is generally considered to be Dadd's masterpiece. It was painted for H.G. Haydon, an official at Bethlem Hospital, where Dadd was sent after he became insane and murdered his father in 1843. He was transferred to Broadmoor in July 1864, before being able to complete the painting, but he later wrote a long and rambling poem entitled 'Elimination of a Picture & its subject - called The Feller's Master Stroke', which attempts to explain some of the imagery.
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    Caravanserai at Mylasa in Asia Minor, Richard Dadd, 1845, oil on canvas, Yale Cantre for British Art.
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    Palm Tree and Camel (Queen of Sheba)
    Rose Wylie.
    Oil on canvas.
    2012.
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    Lords and Ladies, Rose Wylie, 2006, oil on canvas, National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington, DC.
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    Lord Goodman.
    Graham Sutherland OM.
    Oil paint on canvas.
    1973–4.
    At his death, Arnold Goodman was described as 'for many years... Britain's most distinguished citizen outside government'. As a lawyer, his work on high-profile libel cases drew him into the affairs of state. In 1965 he was appointed chairman of the Arts Council and made a life peer. This portrait was painted over at least two series of sittings, at Sutherland's house in the South of France. At this late stage in his career, Sutherland was applying paint with great fluency, but extremely thinly, over his characteristic grid of pencil lines.
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    Elkins Park View, Sidney Goodman, 1971, charcoal and conte crayon on paper, Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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    You Snooze You Lose.
    Audrey Bunchkowski.
    Watercolour.
    2018.
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    Lady Macbeth Sleepwalking, Eugène Delacroix, c. 1849-1850, oil on canvas, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB.
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    The Somnambulist.
    Robin Ironside.
    Gouache on paper.
    c.1943

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    The Somnanulist, John Everett Millais, 1871, oil on canvas, Delaware Art Museum.
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    Sleepwalker.
    Tony Matelli.
    Fiberglass, steel, paint.
    1998.
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    Josh, Tony Matelli, 2010, silicone, steel, hair, and clothing, Davis Museum at Wellesley College.
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    Der Schwebende (The Floating One)
    Ernst Barlach.
    Bronze cast.
    1927.
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    Floating, Gaston Lachaise, 1927, cast after 1935, bronze, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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