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Avant-Garde Art Of the 1950’s

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An examination of the modernist theory of Clement Greenberg and the art of Barnett Newman, Richard Hamilton (Pop Art) and Eduardo Paolozzi.

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Italian High Renaissance and North European Art

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Examines how artists such as Raphael Sanzio and Hieronymus Bosch came to represent the differing styles of 16th century European art.

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Art Education

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An examination of the ideas of John Dewey and Herbert Read on the goals and benefits of teaching art.

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Giorgio Vasari and the Woman Artist

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This paper discusses the Renaissance world of Italian art critic Giorgio Vasari, his concept of artistic genius, and its effect on the standing of female…

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Marcel Duchamp

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The life and career of the Dadaist artist, focusing on the critique of his masterpieces, “The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even,” and “Large…

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Lucian Freud

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The life, career, style, themes, technique and major works of 20th century German painter of the human form.

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Modern Art

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An overview of modernist theory, major artists (Pollock, de Kooning, Warhol), styles and works.

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Gender Roles in African Royal Art

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This paper discusses the feminist interpretation of art from the Yoruban African society.

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Photographers Man Ray and Cartier-Bresson

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This paper describes the influences of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Man Ray, two of the world’s best-known surrealist photographers.

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Kuroda Seiki and Claude Monet: New Methods in Composition

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Examination and comparison of Kuroda Seiki’s Withered Field (Grez) and Claude Monet’s “Waterloo Bridge, Grey Day”.

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