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Underfoot V
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July 10, 2004 - November 28, 2004
Now in his seventh decade as a working photographer, Penn has recently turned his attention to patches of discarded chewing gum on the sidewalks of New York City.
One or Many
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April 17, 2004 - October 23, 2004
This installation, drawn from the Museum's collection, juxtaposes objects of modern design and craft in thought-provoking and occasionally whimsical ways.
Primary Colors
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May 13, 2004 - October 11, 2004
Featuring some thirty works from the Museums collection.
Guptoo Ladies, Calcutta
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June 12, 2004 - October 3, 2004
Seen for the first time in this comprehensive exhibition, the group of pictures was assembled in honor of legendary curator and publisher Michael E. Hoffman (1942-2001) with donations from artists with whom he worked during his active career.
Sailor with Guitar
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June 27, 2004 - August 22, 2004
This exhibition traces the development of Lipchitz’s art as represented in the Museum’s holdings and selected objects from local area private collections, as well as some related works by other artists.
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May 1, 2004 - August 1, 2004
The project aims to explore "nothing," a concept that has intrigued artists since the beginning of the twentieth century, when abstract art came to the fore.
Miss Henrietta Sprigg
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May 1, 2004 - July 11, 2004
The Whitebook collection contains works painted on ivory, parchment, porcelain and copper that span more than four centuries and includes important miniatures by Robert Field, Jean Baptiste Isabey, Edward Greene Malbone, James Peale, and Christian Friedrich Zincke.
Christ Crucified between Two Thieves (The Three Crosses)
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March 8, 2004 - July 1, 2004
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is proud to present two recently acquired masterpieces of printmaking by Rembrandt van Rijn, Christ Preaching and Christ Crucified between Two Thieves, more popularly known as The Three Crosses.
Industrial Accident Victim, Daytona Beach, Florida
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December 20, 2003 - June 27, 2004
In this exhibition of more than fifty photographs from the Museum's collection, artists purposely defy our expectations and the conventions of portraiture by taking pictures of people whose faces we can’t see.
The Ruins of Fast Castle, Berwickshire, Scotland: The Wolf's Crag of the Bride of Lammermoor
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February 15, 2004 - May 31, 2004
On view in the Dorrance corridor and American galleries are ship portraits, naval battle scenes, whaling pictures, and seascapes by a wide range of American artists, including Thomas Birch, Edward Moran, William Trost Richards, Winslow Homer, and Childe Hassam.
The Steamboat, Seascape with Porpoises
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February 15, 2004 - May 31, 2004
The exhibition includes approximately one hundred objects—paintings, watercolors, and drawings—from sixty public and private collections in the United States and abroad.
Handbag
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June 6, 2003 - May 16, 2004
Fashion in the 1950s and early 1960s reflected this resurgence of idealized femininity. In an era of American history that has often been called conformist, the taste of the time extolled circumspect feminine behavior and a ladylike appearance.
The Village Fair
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February 21, 2004 - May 16, 2004
The prints in this exhibition capture the ebullient spirit of the eighteenth century in France during the Age of Enlightenment.
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September 13, 2000 - May 9, 2004
This installation includes a focused selection of contemporary ceramics from the Museum's Japanese collections.
Richard Gluckman
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November 19, 2003 - April 4, 2004
This installation focuses on Gluckman’s work in progress for the Perelman Building.
Vase
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November 15, 2003 - March 21, 2004
This exhibiton illustrates the international artistic movements that inspired the designs of Rookwood artists—such as Art Nouveau, Art Moderne, and Art Deco—and includes splendid examples that reflect an interest in Persia, Japan, and American Indians.
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August 16, 2003 - February 29, 2004
India's Middle Ground: Art of the Deccan gathers together works from the Museum's collection to showcase the region's artistic, cultural, and religious diversity.
Damarupada, Avadhutipada, Gayadhara and La-chen Drog-mi with Sakya Lineage
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August 16, 2003 - February 29, 2004
Learned Lamas: The Teacher in Tibetan Art brings together a selection of expressive and powerful works to explore this unique portrait tradition, one that reveals the interplay between the flaws of being human and the vision of the ideal.
Untitled (Sandwich and Soda)
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October 11, 2003 - January 25, 2004
This exhibition surveys the development of the screenprint from its popular commercial origins, through its depression-era struggle for artistic legitimacy, to the peak of production in the Pop Art era and absorption into the multi-media orientation of printmaking today.
The Adoration of the Magi
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November 6, 2003 - January 11, 2004
Study of the painting has revealed, among other things, how the artist took the common triptych form (a central painting flanked by paintings on two shutters that close over it) and by dispensing with the frames that typically surrounded the shutters, achieved incomparable qualities of illusion.
Woman's Evening Coat
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September 28, 2003 - January 4, 2004
The first major retrospective exhibition and catalogue to examine the ways in which Elsa Schiaparelli's creations mirrored the social, political, and cultural climate of her times.
Message
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September 2, 2003 - January 4, 2004
This exhibition includes over 25 works drawn from various museum and private collections and marks the artist's first solo exhibition in an American museum.

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