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Academic papers on Artists, Art Genre, & Famous Works Of Art

Marcel Duchamp: Fountain
(7 pp) One of the most outrageous artworks of the 20th century was Marcel Duchamp 's Fountain of 1917, a time-bomb waiting to blow the art world to smithereens. The concept of art, and the course of art history, was irreversibly changed as...
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Sophie Cheron: Early Feminist
7 pages in length. Elisabeth Sophie Ch
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The Expressive Nature of Art.
(5 pp) Man has always asked himself questions, as a way of deciphering what is important to him as an individual; what is important in the world; and when, and if those two correlate. The question posed is art as self expression, or art as...
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New Thoughts and Ideas of the Renaissance
(5 pp) Historically the Renaissance connects the middle ages and the modern times; it is that time period from about 1350 to 1650. The ideas and accomplishments of that period were amazing, and still remain astounding when we stop to...
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Pablo Picasso/Synthetic Cubism
A 10 page research paper that Picasso and Cubism. The writer argues that the invention of Cubism by Pablo Picasso and George Braque brought about a totally new artistic perspective and direction. Just as linear perspective shook the art world of the...
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Picasso, Braque and Auden.
(6 pp) In this discussion we will be comparing and contrasting two paintings (Picasso and Braque) and one poem (W H Auden), with a quote, "art is a lie that tells the truth." Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Tutankhamun's Treasures
(6 pp) The draw of ancient Egypt has held our fascination for centuries. One of the Egyptian tours that fueled the Valley of the Kings flame was the traveling exhibit of Tutankhamun, which stayed 'out' for three years. The collection was...
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Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944)
(8 pp) Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky , one of the most important innovators in modern art, played a pivotal role in the development of abstract art; some call him the father of abstract art. Consequently, Kadinsky also influenced...
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Verbal Elements in Painting
(7pp) Artists working in the early 20th century were swimming in a tide of uncertainty and change. The outbreak of World War 1 in 1914 resulted in political, economic and social upheaval. Technological advances like the advent of the car, ...
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Robert Rauschenburg and Lithography
(5 pp) As we begin to look at this artist it is necessary to point out, that hardly a more will-o-the-wisp person could have been chosen. Rauschenburg (1925 -)is known for his willingness and daring in exploration of painting and...
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Gaugin and the Brooding Woman
Gaugin and the Brooding Woman: This 10-page report examines one of Paul Gaugin
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Picasso and Goya
Picasso and Goya
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Fine Art 'Tools' for Scenic Design
(7 pp). In this discussion, one of the early works by da Vinci, will be used as a departure point, and the fine art qualities of line, color, composition, texture and light, will be examined within that painting, as well as through the...
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The Seventeenth Century Dutch Art Market
(8 pp) Previous to the seventeenth century, artists, and their work were supported by wealthy patrons: these would have been either the Church itself, royalty or the upper class of the country. After the Reformation and the...
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Art Which Represents the Achievements of America
(6 pp) Artwork, which represents the achievements, of America is bound to be a very individualistic choice. This selection will be part one of this discussion; part two is to determine how those selections that the author has made, might be...
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