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Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, c. 1939-1940 – crayon, ink, and graphite. From the exhibition "No Exit" (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

Louise Bourgeois: No Exit- National Gallery of Art, lunch/gelato

Louise Bourgeois. Famille (Family), state I. (c. 1948)  Engraving with pencil additions

Louise Bourgeois - Family, state I. 1948 - Engraving with pencil additions

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Louise Bourgeois, A Stretch of Time, 2007 – mixed media on paper and fabric, triptych, 59 x 71 ¼ in

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled (Tools), 1986  There is something quite exquisite about tools, especially when they are grouped.

Louise Bourgeois Untitled 1986 Watercolour, ink, oil, charcoal and pencil on paper Courtesy Cheim & Read, Galerie Karsten Greve and Galerie Hauser & Wirth © Louise Bourgeois Photo: Christopher Burke

Louise Bourgeois: No Exit

He Disappeared into Complete Silence, plate engraving with drypoint

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2000, Black ink, blue crayon, white-out, and touches of red ink on pink squared wove paper, 21.9 x 15.9 cm.

Louise Bourgeois: this work has all the naive charm and individuality of good Outsider Art yet it was created by a famous, established artist. That shows her genius, artistic freedom and abundant creativity.