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Full List of Works Announced for Upcoming DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein Exhibition

Master Impressionists Meet Contemporary Masters in Landmark Exhibition at Seattle’s EMP Opening April 8

SEATTLE – March 21, 2006 – The wait is over for art critics and art lovers alike. Ahead of its April 8 grand opening, renowned Impressionist expert, art historian and curator Paul Hayes Tucker has released the final list of works to be included in the upcoming DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein exhibition.

DoubleTake will feature 28 works on loan from collector and philanthropist Paul G. Allen, some of which have not been seen publicly in nearly 50 years. Until today, only a few of the works were disclosed, but in anticipation for the upcoming grand opening, following is the full list of works to be included in the exhibition.

The DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein collection:
  • Bayer, Herbert: Metamorphosis (1936, reprinted 1968)
  • Brueghel the Younger, Jan: The Five Senses: Sight (ca. 1625)
  • Canaletto: The Grand Canal, Venice, Looking South-East from Saint Eustace to New Rialto Buildings (ca. 1738)
  • Cézanne, Paul: Mt. Saint Victoire (1888-90)
  • de Kooning, Willem: Untitled XII (1975)
  • Degas, Edgar: Woman Seated in Front of a Piano (1882-85)
  • Ernst, Max: Lanscape with Lake and Chimeras (ca. 1940)
  • Fischl, Eric: Krefeld Project, Bedroom, #6 (Surviving the Fall Meant Using You for Handholds) (2004)
  • Gauguin, Paul: Autumn at Pont-Aven (1888)
  • Gauguin, Paul: Maternity (II) (1899)
  • Goldin, Nan: Stromboli at Dawn, Italy, 1996 (1996)
  • Johns, Jasper: Numbers (1963-78)
  • Lichtenstein, Roy: The Kiss (1962)
  • Manet, Edouard: View in Venice - The Grand Canal (1874)
  • Monet, Claude: The Grand Canal, Venice (1908)
  • Monet, Claude: Rouen Cathedral. Facade. (Afternoon Effect) (1894)
  • Monet, Claude: Water Lilies (1919)
  • Monet, Claude: The Mula Palace (1908)
  • Picasso, Pablo: Four Bathers (1921)
  • Renoir, Pierre-Auguste: The Reader (1877)
  • Richter, Gerhard: Candle (1982)
  • Rothko, Mark: Yellow over Purple (1956)
  • Seurat, Georges: The Models (1888)
  • Signac, Paul: Concarneau. Morning Calm. Opus 219 (Larghetto) (1891)
  • Struth, Thomas: Paradise 14 Yakushima/Japan (1999)
  • Turner, Joseph Mallord: Depositing of John Bellini's Three Pictures in the Church of the Redeemer, Venice (1841)
  • van Gogh, Vincent: Orchard with Peach Trees in Blossom (1888)
  • Yanobe, Kenji: Atom Suit Project: Desert (1998)
DoubleTake will be a one-of-a-kind exhibition at Experience Music Project (EMP), pairing side-by-side important works from Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masters such as Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas and Vincent van Gogh, with modern and contemporary works from such artists as Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Jasper Johns and Roy Lichtenstein.

Advance tickets for DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein are now available online at the DoubleTake web site at http://doubletake.emplive.org. Adult admission prices are only $8 per person (FREE for EMP and SFM members). Or make a day of it and enjoy three unique cultural attractions at one low price: DoubleTake, Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame for only $33. Please note that tickets are date and time specific, so please be aware of precise entry time.

In addition, a DoubleTake ticket is your passport to special discounts and/or free admission at some of the region’s foremost cultural institutions, including the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum and The Frye Museum. Complete pricing details, group tickets and combo specials are available online at http://doubletake.emplive.org/visit/index.asp#tx.

For more information, press only:

Emily Killoren, Edelman
206-223-1606, emily.killoren@edelman.com

Bill Hayes, EMP
206-770-2700, pressinfo@emplive.org