All day Sunday brunch: eggs, coffee, a sundae, and icecream….

 

 

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Tables for Ladies, 1930, oil on canvas.  Edward Hopper, 1882-1967, American.  Metropolitan Museum, NY

  The museum notes that the ‘ladies’ of the titles has to do with the new opportunities for work for women during this period.

 

 

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Woman Grinding Coffee, 1945, plaster, oil, and tar with sand on canvas.  Jean Dubuffet, 1900-1985.  Metropolitan Museum, NY

 

 

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Object, 1936, fur-covered cup, saucer and spoon.  Mehret Oppenheim, 1913-1985, Swiss.  MOMA, NY

 

 

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Night Life, oil on board.  Carolyn Prue, MFA 2017 submission at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

 

 

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Mound of Butter, oil on canvas, 1875-85.  Antoine Vollon, 1833-1900, French.  National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

 

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Egg Beater, before 1973, oil on canvas.  Louis de Mayo, American born 1926.  Woodmere Museum, Philadelphia

 

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Egg Beater V and detail, 1930, oil on canvas.  Stuart Davis, 1892-1964, American.  MOMA, NY

 

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Egg Beater No. 4, 1928, oil on canvas.  Stuart Davis, 1892-1964, American.   Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

 

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Woman Eating, 1971, polyester resin and fiberglass with oil and acrylic paints and found accessories.  Duane Hanson, 1925-1996. American.  Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC

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