Paris and the American avant-garde, 1900-1925

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Detroit Institute of Arts , [Detroit]
Art, Modern -- 20th century -- United States -- Exhibitions., Art, American -- French influe
ContributionsDetroit Institute of Arts., Kalamazoo Institute of Arts., University of Michigan. Museum Practice Program
The Physical Object
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