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Gustave Caillebotte The Floor Scrapers
Gustave Caillebotte, The Floor Scrapers, 1875. Part of the exhibition at the Kimbell Art Museum that opens November 8. Photo courtesy of Musée d'Orsay, Paris
Edward Ruscha at International Pop
Edward Ruscha, Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas, 1963. Part of "International Pop" at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of Hood Museum of Art
Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock, Echo: Number 25, 1951. "Blind Spots" opens November 20 at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of Museum of Modern Art, New York
Cornelis de Vos
Cornelis de Vos, Portrait of a Boy, 1635. From the House of Alba collection at Meadows Museum. Photo courtesy of Colección Duques de Alba
Giuseppe Penone
Giuseppe Penone, Continuerà a crescere tranne che in quel punto (It Will Continue to Grow Except at That Point), 1968. Part of the exhibition at the Nasher. Photo courtesy of Archivio Penone
Kehinde Wiley
Kehinde Wiley, Colonel Platoff On His Charger, 2007-08. Part of the exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Photo courtesy Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Ralph Fasanella
Ralph Fasanella, Subway Riders, 1950. Part of the exhibition at the Amon Carter. Photo courtesy of the American Folk Art Museum
Piero Golia at Chalet Dallas
An earlier staging of Piero Golia's Chalet Dallas at Nasher Sculpture Center. Photo courtesy of Nasher Sculpture Center