From Pollock to Picasso, explore how some of the world's biggest artists started in one place and ended in another.
  1. Jackson Pollock, 'Vineyard Inlet with Tree, CR#932,' 1934-1938
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  2. Jackson Pollock, 'Untitled,' ca. 1949
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  3. Andy Warhol, 'Living Room,' 1948
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  4. Andy Warhol, 'MARILYN: ONE PLATE (F. & S. II.31), 1967
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  5. Vincent van Gogh, 'The Zandmennik House,' ca. 1879/1880
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  6. Vincent van Gogh, 'Starry Night,' 1889
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  7. Pablo Picasso, 'Mujer en azul (Woman in Blue),' 1901
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  8. Pablo Picasso, 'Jacqueline aux mains croisés (Jacqueline With Crossed Hands),' 1954
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  9. Edvard Munch, 'Evening,' 1888
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  10. Edvard Munch, 'The Scream,' 1893
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  11. Piet Mondrian, 'Little House in Sunlight,' 1909-1910
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  12. Piet Mondrian, 'Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Grey and Blue,' 1921
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  13. Wassily Kandinsky, 'The Blue Rider,' 1903
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  14. Wassily Kandinsky, 'Improvisation 35,' 1914
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  15. Mark Rothko, 'Heads,' 1941-1942
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  16. Mark Rothko, 'Untitled,' 1963
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  17. Roy Lichtenstein, 'Exhuming the Mastodon,' 1951
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  18. Roy Lichtenstein, 'Girl with Hair Ribbon,' 1982
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  19. Franz Kline, 'Franz Kline,' 1945
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  20. Franz Kline, 'New York, N.Y,' 1953
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