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  1. annual-report-fy14.pdf
    ...Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Weisse Mutter Schwarzes Kind, 1985/printed 1986. Woodcut on Japanese paper, approx. 25 x 19 in. Gift of Judy Brody, 2014 (2014.012.0001) Georg Baselitz, Typ mit Fahne, 1966/editioned 1983....
    http://www.phillipscollection.org/sites/default/files/attachments/annual-report-fy14.pdf

  2. Website

    Postwar Germanic Expressions
    ...Enlarge Georg Baselitz La sedia di Paolo (1988) Gift of Michael Werner, 2015 Enlarge About the Exhibition With great excitement, The Phillips Collection’s announces the acquisition of 46 gifts of German and Danish art to the museum’s...
    http://www.phillipscollection.org/events/2015-09-12-werner-gifts

  3. Microsoft Word - Transcripts of Audio Tour for Markus Lupertz
    ...never about a style. A lot of people in the contemporary art world could say, “Aha!” that’s a Kiefer, “aha!” that’s a Baselitz, their works are wonderful, he was quick to point out, but they’re very recognizable. As you walk through our...
    http://www.phillipscollection.org/sites/default/files/attachments/lupertz-audio-tour-transcript.pdf

  4. annual-report-fy15.pdf
    ...Georg Baselitz, Ohne Title (Untitled) 7.VII.88, 1988. Charcoal, pastel, oil [on paper?], 72 3/4 x 59 1/2 in. Gift of Michael Werner, 2015 (2015.001.0044) Georg Baselitz, La sedia di Paolo, 1988. Gouache, India ink on paper, 13 3/4 x 9 1/4 in....
    http://www.phillipscollection.org/sites/default/files/attachments/annual-report-fy15.pdf

  5. Blog

    Posts by Experiment Station | The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection | Page 33 | {blog} | The Phillips Collection
    ...are a variety of reasons why Lüpertz has remained relatively unknown in the US to this day. Like his contemporaries, Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Jörg Immendorf, and A.R. Penck, Lüpertz’s importance in the German art world has been...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/author/experiment-station/page/33/

  6. Blog

    The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection | Page 34 | {blog} | The Phillips Collection
    ...are a variety of reasons why Lüpertz has remained relatively unknown in the US to this day. Like his contemporaries, Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Jörg Immendorf, and A.R. Penck, Lüpertz’s importance in the German art world has been...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/page/34/

  7. Blog

    The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection | Page 34 | {blog} | The Phillips Collection
    ...are a variety of reasons why Lüpertz has remained relatively unknown in the US to this day. Like his contemporaries, Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Jörg Immendorf, and A.R. Penck, Lüpertz’s importance in the German art world has been...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/page/34/?attachment_id

  8. Blog

    Seeing Red: Color, Form, and Sensory Experiences in the Music Room by | The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection
    ...its repeated subject looking over her shoulder not only at the viewer, but also across the room at selections from Georg Baselitz’s La sedia di Paolo, 1988. Again, the visitor will likely pick up on the vibrant reds in both groupings, but...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/2018/07/11/red-color-form-sensory-experiences-music-room/

  9. Blog

    Posts by Liza Strelka | The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection
    ...its repeated subject looking over her shoulder not only at the viewer, but also across the room at selections from Georg Baselitz’s La sedia di Paolo, 1988. Again, the visitor will likely pick up on the vibrant reds in both groupings, but...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/author/liza-strelka/

  10. Blog

    The Experiment Station | The Phillips Collection | Page 2 | {blog} | The Phillips Collection
    ...its repeated subject looking over her shoulder not only at the viewer, but also across the room at selections from Georg Baselitz’s La sedia di Paolo, 1988. Again, the visitor will likely pick up on the vibrant reds in both groupings, but...
    http://blog.phillipscollection.org/page/2/