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The 672 Artworks created around 1950 and containing the word norman rockwell, regionalism, animals, men, dogs, children, 1950

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Pablo Picasso - Portrait of Maya with her dollPortrait of Maya with her dollPablo Picasso

Maya with Doll (Maya a la Poupee) is an oil painting by Pablo Picasso. Created in 1938, the New York Times described it as 'a colorful Cubist portrait of Picasso’s daughter as a child clutching a doll.'

Musée Picasso (Paris, France)
 
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Pablo Picasso - Mother and child (Marie-Therese and Maya)Mother and child (Marie-Therese and Maya)Pablo Picasso

Mother and Child was also inspired by Picasso’s own life. Three years earlier, he had married Olga Koklova, a Russian dancer, with whom he had a son in 1921. For the next few years, Picasso produced at least 12 images of mothers with children, returning to a theme that he had explored during his Blu...

 
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Frida Kahlo - Self-Portrait with MonkeysSelf-Portrait with MonkeysFrida Kahlo

This is the self-portrait in which Frida includes her pet monkeys. This painting was produced during her most prolific period, the early 1940s, in which she created several self-portraits. The background is one of tropical plants which is a common background theme used in many of her paintings. In t...

Collection of Jacques - Natasha Gelman (Mexico City, Mexico)
 
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Arshile Gorky - The Liver is the Cock-s CombThe Liver is the Cock's CombArshile Gorky

This painting contains many veiled references to Gorky's life and history, while it simultaneously creates visual puns and double meanings that function on many levels. The liver is often referred to in ancient texts as the center for passion, instead of the heart. The 'cock's comb' is both the head...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, United States)