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"Rape of Europa" & "Blue Geisha"

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by Jacques Lipchitz, 1969 (Marble) & Jerry Peart, 1985 (Aluminum with Paint).

The University of Arizona Museum of Art notes how "Blue Geisha" is a "perfect representation of the University of Arizona colors." And chooses to juxtapose it with "Rape of Europa".