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  1. Pablo Picasso
    Spanish, 1881–1973
    La Plainte des Femmes (The Complaints of Women)

    1933, printed 1966
    Drypoint and etching with incisions on cream laid paper, state IV/IV.C.b.
    2018.117

    Gift of Grace Phillips and Eugene Nosal

  2. Joan Miró
    Spanish, 1893–1983
    Figure IV

    1964
    Drypoint on wove paper, edition 54/75
    2017.132

    Gift of Renée and Stanford Wallace

  3. Antoni Clavé
    Spanish (Catalan), 1913–2005
    El Circo (Cirque, Circus) or La Parade (The Parade)

    1949
    Lithograph in colors on wove paper
    2014.908

    Gift of an anonymous donor in memory of Patricia Adams Swasey

  4. José Clemente Orozco
    Mexican, 1883–1949
    Borrachos en la cama quebrada (Wild Party)

    1935
    Lithograph on wove paper, edition 73/120
    2014.195

    Gift of Bart J. Truxillo

  5. José Guadalupe Posada
    Mexican, 1852–1913
    En la fiesta de alegres calaveras (On the Feast of Happy Skeletons)

    c. 1908–1910
    Photo-relief etching with engraving on orange newsprint
    2013.329

    Museum purchase funded by Joe Walker in loving memory of Marianne and Graham Gray

  6. José Guadalupe Posada
    Mexican, 1852–1913
    La Calavera Amorosa (The Skeleton of Love)

    1907, printed 1911
    Photo-relief etching with engraving on newsprint
    2013.328

    Museum purchase funded by Joe Walker in loving memory of Marianne and Graham Gray

  7. Pablo Picasso
    Spanish, 1881–1973
    Portrait de Dora Maar au Chignon (Portrait of Dora Maar in a Chignon)

    1936, printed 1961
    Drypoint on laid paper, edition 21/50
    2007.1166

    Museum purchase funded by Isabel B. and Wallace S. Wilson in honor of Nancy B. Negley

  8. Pablo Picasso
    Spanish, 1881–1973
    Buste de jeune femme de trois quarts (Head of a Young Woman in Three Quarter View)

    1906, printed 1933
    Woodcut
    2007.459

    Museum purchase funded by the Marjorie G. and Evan C. Horning Print Fund; the Alvin S. Romansky Prints and Drawings Accessions Endowment Fund; the Scurlock Foundation; Wynne Phelan; Inez Winston Reymond; Katherine S. Howe, James Susman, and various donors in memory of Marion Susman; Kelty and Rogers Crain; Renée Danziger and Jackie Wolens Mazow in honor of Barry Walker; Virginia and Ira Jackson; Theodore J. Lee and Marc A. Sekula; and Clinton T. Willour

  9. Alfredo Zalce
    Mexican, 1908–2003
    El herido (The Wounded)

    1947
    Etching
    2007.87

    Gift of Frank Ribelin

  10. Alfredo Zalce
    Mexican, 1908–2003
    Untitled

    1947
    Etching in colors with roulette inked à la poupée on wove paper
    2007.86

    Gift of Frank Ribelin

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