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  • adj. Not exhibited


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  • Smith's own photographs document exhibited works and their unexhibited cognates in the studio, in the fields surrounding his Bolton Landing, N.Y., home, and by Lake George, but even when he is behind the camera, his sculptures flatten.

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  • Interpretation, in any event, is irrelevant in the face of a previously unexhibited, huge, oddball, horizontal cobalt blue painting from 1951, with a vertical orange lightning bolt and a slash of black; or a lush 1954 "field" of mahogany brown framed by black and red, last seen at the Met in 1979.

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  • There will also be unexhibited shots of the wartime bomb damage to Buckingham Palace during the blitz – it was hit nine times.

    Unseen Cecil Beaton pictures of Queen to go on show at V&A

  • Alfred Hitchcock sits insecurely on a bundle of carpet in 1947; while in 1948, the same carpet seems to swallow up Edith Piaf (in a previously unexhibited picture).

    'The Gambler' Triumphs in London

  • While, in North America, Body Worlds is now touring in three versions, in Europe it has disappeared, having gone unexhibited since 2004.

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  • "The only thing that must for the present be unexhibited is the sea," he concluded.

    Punch Among the Planets

  • Both Jon and his mother had felt that if she took his portfolios, unexhibited drawings and unfinished matter, away with her, the work would encounter such icy blasts from Paul Post and other frequenters of her studio, that it would soon be frozen out even of her warm heart.

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  • The desirability of separating a large unexhibited portion from the well-chosen and well-shown exhibited portion of works of art, exclusive of pictures, is, I believe, generally admitted.

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  • In the case of pictures the opinion has been expressed that there would be great difficulty in managing a reserved unexhibited portion of our national collections so that the pictures could be properly cared for and yet readily brought into view when required.

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  • From time to time special groups of the reserved or unexhibited portraits might be put for six months in one of the public rooms -- thus providing a change and variety of interest for the general public.

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