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Franz Trenk 1899 – 1960 Hochofen in Eisenerz 1936

"Greenwich, London" - christmas card illustration by Rowland Hilder, 1936/7 by mikeyashworth, via Flickr

Der Sozialist,Robert Koehler (1850-1917) 1885. Öl/Holz, 39,7 x 31 cm; bez. u. r.: Rob. Koehler. Berlin, Deutsches Historisches Museum (1989/1144).

Bernd und Hilla Becher. Water Towers. 1999

Maximilien Luce - The Iron Foundry,1899

“Thomas Hart Benton's ‘America Today’ Mural Rediscovered,” on view through April 19, 2015, celebrates the gift of Benton’s epic mural “America Today” from AXA Equitable Life Insurance. Benton painted this mural for New York's New School for Social Research to adorn the school's boardroom in its International Style modernist building on West 12th Street. | Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889–1975). Coal from America Today, 1930–31. #newyorkcity #bentonmural

“Thomas Hart Benton's ‘America Today’ Mural Rediscovered,” on view through April 19, 2015, celebrates the gift of Benton’s epic mural “America Today” from AXA Equitable Life Insurance. Benton painted this mural for New York's New School for Social Research to adorn the school's boardroom in its International Style modernist building on West 12th Street. | Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889–1975). Changing West from America Today, 1930–31. #newyorkcity #bentonmural

Samuel Halpert - East River

“Thomas Hart Benton's ‘America Today’ Mural Rediscovered,” on view through April 19, 2015, celebrates the gift of Benton’s epic mural “America Today” from AXA Equitable Life Insurance. Benton painted this mural for New York's New School for Social Research to adorn the school's boardroom in its International Style modernist building on West 12th Street. | Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889–1975). Steel from America Today, 1930–31. #newyorkcity #bentonmural