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Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Widely recognized as one of the most influential art patrons of the 20th century, Peggy Guggenheim, Solomon R. Guggenheim's niece, assembled an unrivaled collection of modern art which she gave to her uncle's foundation in 1976, and which remains permanently housed in her former palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice.

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Sam Francis, Untitled, 1964
Alberto Giacometti, Woman Walking (Femme qui marche), 1932
Alberto Giacometti, Woman with Her Throat Cut (Femme égorgée), 1932 (cast 1940)
Alberto Giacometti, Standing Woman ("Leoni") (Femme debout ["Leoni"]), 1947 (cast 1957)
Alberto Giacometti, Piazza, 1947–48 (cast 1948–49)
Julio González, "Monsieur " Cactus (Cactus Man I) ("Monsieur " Cactus [Homme Cactus I]), Iron original completed August 24, 1939, Arceuil; cast 1953–54
Arshile Gorky, Untitled, summer 1944
David Hare, Moon Cage, 1955
Grace Hartigan, Ireland, 1958
Jean Hélion, Equilibrium (Equilibre), 1933–34
Asger Jorn, Untitled, 1956–57
Vasily Kandinsky, White Cross (Weisses Kreuz), January–June 1922
Vasily Kandinsky, Upward (Empor), October 1929
Paul Klee, Magic Garden (Zaubergarten), March 1926