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Thomas Eakins
Selected Works



"Should men make only the statues of men to be looked at by men, while the statues of women should be made by women to be looked at by women only? Should the he-painters draw the horses and bulls, and the she-painters…the mares and cows?"

Selected Works

Swimming
Taking the Count
Taking up the Net
The Actress
The Agnew Clinic
The Art Student
The Artist's Wife and his Setter Dog
The Biglin Brothers Racing
The Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake
The Cello Player
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