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    Hi! (Two Acrobats) by Alexander Calder, c. 1928, brass wire and wood, Honolulu Museum of Art accession 4595

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    18:24, 13 November 2016No thumbnail300 × 388 (13 KB)Wmpearl (talk | contribs)''Hi! (Two Acrobats)'' by Alexander Calder, c. 1928, brass wire and wood, Honolulu Museum of Art accession 4595 source = {{Alexander Calder}} === Fair use in XXX === Though this image is subject to copyright, its use is covered by the U....
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