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    Ellsworth Kelly's sculpture "The Barnes Totem" stands in the garden of The Barnes Foundation after its installation in Philadelphia in 2012.

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    Ellsworth Kelly speaks during a show preview at the The Barnes Foundation in 2013 in Philadelphia. The show marked the return of "Sculpture for a Large Wall," which was created for a Philadelphia high-rise in 1957. The local arts community was shocked when it was removed and donated to the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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    Ellsworth Kelly takes part at a ceremony marking the installation of his sculpture "The Barnes Totem" in the garden of The Barnes Foundation. The art museum was opening a new campus in Philadelphia in this opened May 2012 photo. The Neubauer Family Foundation commissioned the sculpture.

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    Ellsworth Kelly's "Color Panels for a Large Wall" covers the atrium wall of the National Gallery of Art's East Building in Washington in this 2003 photo. Kelly agreed to loan his work to the gallery's East Building for its 25th anniversary. It replaced a tapestry called "Woman," woven from a design by Catalan painter Joan Miro.

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    "Red Curve," a 1986 Ellsworth Kelly sculpture, is on display at the The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia in 2013. The foundation presented its first contemporary art exhibition in 90 years and its first ever artist solo exhibition with a display of Kelly wall sculptures.

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    President Barack Obama welcomes Ellsworth Kelly to the stage to award him the 2012 National Medal of Arts for his contributions as a painter, sculptor, and printmaker in a ceremony in the East Room of the White House on July 10, 2013.

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