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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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Eduardo Paolozzi, Chinese Dog, May 1958
Antoine Pevsner, Anchored Cross, 1933
Pablo Picasso, The Studio (L'atelier), 1928
Pablo Picasso, On the Beach (La baignade), February 12, 1937
Jackson Pollock, The Moon Woman, 1942
Jackson Pollock, Two, 1943–45
Jackson Pollock, Circumcision, January 1946
Jackson Pollock, Eyes in the Heat, 1946
Jackson Pollock, Alchemy, 1947
Jackson Pollock, Enchanted Forest, 1947
Arnaldo Pomodoro, Sphere No. 4 (Sfera no. 4), 1963–64, cast 1964
Man Ray, Silhouette, 1916
Germaine Richier, Tauromachy (Tauromachie), 1953
Mark Rothko, Sacrifice, April 1946