Bron’s art collection, then, was to reflect the “excessively excessive,” in Carson’s words. It includes Picasso’s Still Life With Stone (1924), Klimt’s Goldfish (1902), Degas’s L’Absinthe (1875–76), Hockney’s Nichols Canyon (1980), Basquiat’s In This Case (1983), Mondrian’s Composition No. II, with Red and Blue (1929), and da Vinci’s Mona Lisa (ca. 1503–06), amongst other notable works. Rothko’s Number 207 (Red over Dark Blue on Dark Gray) (1961), in particular, is featured hung upside-down.
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