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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 bequeathed to her uncle's foundation upon her death in 1979, and which remains permanently housed in her former palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice.

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Man Ray, Mime (Revolving Doors), 1916–17
Man Ray, Orchestra (Revolving Doors), 1916–17
Man Ray, Shadows (Revolving Doors), 1916–17
Man Ray, The Meeting (Revolving Doors), 1916–17
Man Ray, Young Girl (Revolving Doors), 1916–17
Germaine Richier, Tauromachy (Tauromachie), 1953
Mark Rothko, Sacrifice, April 1946
Mark Rothko, Red, 1968
Giuseppe Santomaso, Secret Life (Vita Segreta), 1958
Kurt Schwitters, Maraak, Variation I (Merzbild), 1930
Frank Stella, Gray Scramble, 1968–69
Clyfford Still, Jamais, May 1944
Rufino Tamayo, Heavenly Bodies, 1946