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"These pictures, they tell you what they need to have happen so they can have dialogues and conversations with each other," said Mary Morton, curator and head of French paintings at the National Gallery of Art. "They push each other around." (Photograph courtesy National Gallery of Art)

"These pictures, they tell you what they need to have happen so they can have dialogues and conversations with each other," said Mary Morton, curator and head of French paintings at the National Gallery of Art. "They push each other around." (Photograph courtesy National Gallery of Art)

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