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A

 

Josef Albers
Allan d’Arcangelo
Arman
Hans Arp
Richard Artschwager
Eduardo Arroyo
Bernard Aubertin

B

 

Joost Baljeu
Vanessa Beecroft
Werner Berges
Joseph Beuys
Peter Blake
Alighiero E.  Boetti
Daniel Buren
Jean-Marc Bustamante

C

 

Enrico Castellani
Christo

John Chamberlain
Jan Cremer

D

 

Gene Davis
Sonia Delaunay
Jan Dibbets
Jim Dine
Marcel Duchamp
Marlene Dumas

E

 

Ronald Edens
Max Ernst
Erró

F

 

Eric Fischl
Lucio Fontana

G

 

Nan Goldin

H

 

Richard Hamilton
Jan Henderikse
Jeroen Henneman
Tanimura Hiromi
David Hockney

I

 

Robert Indiana

J

 

Jasper Johns
Allen Jones
Donald Judd

K

 

Ferdinand Kriwet
Howard Kanovitz
Elsworth Kelly
Yves Klein
Milan Knizak
Jiri Kolár
Jeff Koons
Willem de Kooning
Joseph Kosuth
Jannis Kounellis

L

 

Marie-Jo Lafontaine
Sol Lewitt
Roy Lichtenstein
Richard Long<br>Dieter Lott
Wolfgang Ludwig

M

 

Heinz Mack
Robert Mangold
Agnes Martin
Robert Mapplethorpe
Mario Merz
Robert Morris

N

 

Kenneth Noland

O

 

Claes Oldenburg
Josef Ongenae
Dennis Oppenheim

P

 

Julio Le Parc
Eduardo Paolozzi
Ott Piene

R

 

Mel Ramos
Robert Rauschenberg
Man Ray
Martial Raysse
Larry Rivers
James Rosenquist
Ed Ruscha

S

 

Rob Scholte
Jan Schoonhoven
Han Schuil
Richard Serra
Cindy Sherman
Robert Smithson
Daniel Spoerri
Jesús Rafael Soto
Klaus Staudt
Saul Steinberg
Frank Stella

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Luc Tuymans

V

 

Ben Vautier
Helen Vergouwen

W

 

Andy Warhol
Tom Wesselmann

Mel Ramos

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The Rounder, 1999
24 color serigraph,
plate 92 x 49 cm,
sheet 109,5 x 63 cm

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Mel Ramos (born July 24, 1935) is an American figurative painter, specializing most often in paintings of female nudes, whose work incorporates elements of realist and abstract art. Born in Sacramento, California, to a first generation Portuguese-Azorean immigrant family, he gained his popularity as part of the Pop Art movement of the 1960s. Ramos is "best known for his paintings of superheroes and voluptuous female nudes emerging from cornstalks or Chiquita bananas, popping up from candy wrappers or lounging in martini glasses". He is also a retired university art professor.