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Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, PA

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Ambush for Flamingoes painting reproduction, George Catlin
Anne in White painting reproduction, George Bellows
Farallon Island painting reproduction, Albert Bierstadt
Ambush for Flamingoes
George Catlin
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Anne in White
George Bellows
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Farallon Island
Albert Bierstadt
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Girl painting reproduction, William A. Bouguereau
Landscape on the Banks of the Oise, Area of Chaponval painting reproduction, Henri Rousseau
The Garden in the Rue Cortot, Montmartre painting reproduction, Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Girl
William A. Bouguereau
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Landscape on the Banks of the Oise, Area of Chaponval
Henri Rousseau
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The Garden in the Rue Cortot, Montmartre
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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The Haymaker (Faneuse) painting reproduction, William A. Bouguereau
The Old King painting reproduction, Georges Rouault
Venetian Interior painting reproduction, John Singer Sargent
The Haymaker (Faneuse)
William A. Bouguereau
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The Old King
Georges Rouault
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Venetian Interior
John Singer Sargent
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Venus Lamenting the Death of Adonis painting reproduction, Benjamin West
Waterloo Bridge, Sunlight Effect painting reproduction, Claude Monet
Young Woman Picking Fruit painting reproduction, Mary Cassatt
Venus Lamenting the Death of Adonis
Benjamin West
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Waterloo Bridge, Sunlight Effect
Claude Monet
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Young Woman Picking Fruit
Mary Cassatt
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Carnegie Institute Museum of Art Paintings

When Andrew Carnegie envisioned a museum collection consisting of the "Old Masters of tomorrow", the Carnegie Museum of Art became, arguably, the first museum of modern art in the United States. Founded in 1895, today it continues Carnegie's love of contemporary art by staging the Carnegie International every few years. Numerous significant works from the Internationals have been acquired for museum's permanent collection. The museum's permanent collection includes European and American decorative arts from the late seventeenth century to the present, works on paper, paintings, Japanese prints, sculptures and installations.