Johann Friedrich Leybold (German; 1755–1838) after Heinrich Füger (Austrian; 1751–1818)
Klopstock’s Messias. Fünfter Gesang = Klopstock’s Messiah. Canto Five
Engraving, 1780s
Published by: Johann Friedrich Frauenholz
The British Museum, London; © Trustees of the British Museum

André Gelpke (German; 1947– )
Three photographs from the series Fluchtgedanken (Thoughts of Escape), including (at bottom) “Sylt”
1972–79
Published in the book Fluchtgedanken, 1983

Each of these photos is an inner image based in reality that already hazily existed in my imagination. They are photos of a search, of unexpected sights and sudden recognitions, of holding on to, but also of not understanding. In particular, in their sequence, they convey the feeling to me of being on the trail of something in me, of approaching it and then losing it again.—André Gelpke 1982

Richard Rutledge (American; 1923–1985)
Fashion photographs, 1956
Model: Anne St. Marie

Tom Palumbo (American, born Italy; 1921–2008)
Fashion photographs, ca. mid–late 1950s.
Model: Anne St. Marie

Tom Palumbo (American, born Italy; 1921–2008)
Fashion photographs, ca. midlate 1950s.
Model: Anne St. Marie

William Glackens (American; 1870–1938)
Beach Scene
Oil on linen, before 1930
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.

Paul Gauguin (French; 1848–1903)
Landscape from Bretagne
Oil on canvas, 1889
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden

Dwight William Tryon (American; 1849–1925)
Winter
Oil on canvas, 1893
Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Paul Chenavard (French; 1808–1895)
Design for a Mural with the Battle between the Gods of Olympus and the Giants
Pen and black ink, brush and washes in green, grey, and brown tones, ca. 1840–80
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Lillian Bassman (American; 1917–2012)
Anne St. Marie, New York, Chanel Advertising Campaign
Fashion photograph, 1958
© The Estate of Lillian Bassman