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ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

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Bridgeman Images is delighted to represent The Art Institute of Chicago, one of the largest museums in the United States and one of the most visited in the world. Best known for its Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and American paintings, The Art Institute of Chicago houses some of the most iconic paintings worldwide: Georges Seurat's A Sunday on La Grande Jatte (1884), Grant Wood's American Gothic (1930), Edward Hopper's Nighthawks (1942). Bridgeman hold thousands of the highest quality image files for licensing. Bridgeman Images is delighted to represent The Art Institute of Chicago, one of the largest museums in the United States and one of the most visited in the world. Best known for its Impressionist, Pos ...

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American Gothic, 1930 (oil on beaver board)
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, autumn 1910 (oil on canvas)
Time Transfixed, 1938 (oil on canvas)
Nighthawks, 1942 (oil on canvas)
The Old Guitarist, 1903-04 (oil on panel)
The Red Armchair, 1931 (oil on canvas)
Excavation, 1950 (oil on canvas)
Picture of Dorian Gray, 1943-44 (oil on canvas)
Mae West's Face which May be Used as a Surrealist Apartment, 1934-35 (gouache with graphite, on commercially printed magazine page)
Bathers by a River, March 1909-10, May-November 1913, and early spring 1916-October (?) 1917 (oil on canvas)
Black Cross, New Mexico, 1929 (oil on canvas)
Many Mansions, 1994 (acrylic on paper mounted on canvas)