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4. Painting. HORIZONTAL AT THE HALF MOON, by Peter Busa (1915 - ), American. Oil on canvas, 64 x 43 inches, 1951. Gift of Emil J. Arnold, New York, New York. 

5. Painting. LADY OF THE DUNES, by Peter Busa (1915 - ), American. Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches, undated. Gift of Emil J. Arnold, New York, New York. 

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Studied at the Carnegie Institute, at the Art Students League, and with Hans Hofmann. Has taught at Cooper Union, New York University, and at the Buffalo State Teachers College. Has exhibited in major museums throughout the country. 

6. Painting. SMALL'S PARADISE, by Helen Frankenthaler (1928 - ), American. Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 93 inches, 1964. Gift of George L. Erion, Washington, D.C. 

Born in New York City. Studied at Dalton School, New York City, with Rufino Tamayo; at Bennington College with Pail Feeley, 1945-1949; and with Hans Hofmann, 1950. Her first one-man exhibition was held at the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in 1951. She won First Prize at the First Paris Biennial in 1959, and exhibited at the Venice Biennial in 1966. 

7. Painting. STORM BIRDS, by Armin Carl Hansen (1886 - 1957, American. Oil on canvas, 40 x 50 inches, undated. Bequest of Henry Ward Ranger. 

Born in San Francisco. Studied with Arthur Mathews and at Royal Academy in Stuttgart. Awarded medals at Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915; by San Francisco Art Association, 1918, 1919; and National Academy of Design, 1920. Hansen is a noted painter and print maker of the West Coast. 

8. Painting, VILLAGE SCENE, by Pop Hart (1868 - 1933), American. Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches, undated. Gift of Emil J. Arnold, New York, New York. 

Born in Cairo, Illinois. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Cleveland Museum and Cincinnati Museum. 

9. Painting. BEACH, by Karl Knaths (1891 - ), American. Oil on canvas, 40 x 50 inches, 1949. Gift of Emil J. Arnold, New York, New York.  
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