'Canto XIV [from XXXIV Drawings for Dante's Inferno (including KAR)]' by Robert Rauschenberg.
'Dancing Sailors' by Charles Demuth.
'Eight Bells Folly: Memorial to Hart Crane' by Marsden Hartley.
'Felix' by AA Bronson.
'Frank O'Hara' by Alice Neel.
'I Look Just Like My Daddy' by Cass Bird.
'James Baldwin' by Beauford Delaney.
'Janet Flanner' by Berenice Abbott.
'Marsden Hartley' by George Platt Lynes.
'Painting No. 47, Berlin' by Marsden Hartley.
'Portrait of Marcel Duchamp' by Florine Stettheimer.
'Riverfront No. 1' by George Wesley Bellows.
'Salutat' by Thomas Eakins.
'Self-Portrait' by Romaine Brooks.
'Susan Sontag' by Peter Hujar.
'Tom Murphy (San Francisco)' by Minor White.
'Unfinished Painting' by Keith Haring.
Whitman was a poet, essayist, and journalist in the 1800s, best known for his collection of poems, Leaves of Grass, which he continued adding to and revising throughout his life. His work glorified the male body and was widely regarded as obscene for its homosexual undertones.