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  Printmaking by Brigid Marlin of The Society for Art of Imagination
Art is not pleasure, but a means of union among men, joining them together in the same feelings, and indispensable for life and progress towards well-being of individuals and of humanity.
Art is the primary bond of mediation between the external world of the senses and the medium of pure thought and understanding.It could be objected that art was unworthy, being of the world of appearances and its deceptions.
Art originates in the human spirit,it has received the baptism of the hman mind and soul of man. The spiritual values are siezed in the work of art and emphasized with greater purity and clarity than is possible in ordinary reality, therefore the work of art is greater.
www.artofimagination.org /Pages/ArtEssays.html   (3329 words)

 Sam Houston State University Art Department - About the Art Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Prior to that (1880-81), art had been taught by Myra Irwin Allen who introduced drawing as part of the academic curriculum.With the establishment of an Art Department, this single drawing course was quickly expanded to include perspective drawing and art criticism and more art faculty were soon hired.
That same year a Division of Fine Arts was established, and a minor in art was added to the curriculum; it required eighteen to twenty-four hours of art including six to twelve advanced hours.
He was Chairman of the Art Department from 1962 to 1972, and Dean of the College of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1975.
www.shsu.edu /~art_www/Templates/about/history.html   (1668 words)

 Art 172 : University of Vermont
Art and its Institutions: the Académie, the École, the atelier and the Salon
Art III, VI, and XI (1770, 1774, 1782) from Art in Theory 1648-1815, pp.
Victor Fournel, "The Art of Flânerie," Art in Theory 1815-1900, pp.
www.uvm.edu /~art172?Page=schedule.html   (842 words)

 JOHN JONES - LoveToKnow Article on JOHN JONES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The rooms over his shop in which he at first lived were soon crowded, and even the bedrooms of his new house in Piccadilly were filled with art treasures.
Jones died in London on the 7th of January 1882, leaving his pictures, furniture and objects of art to the South Kensington Museum.
A Catalogue of the Jones Bequest was published by the Museum in f 882, and a Handbook, with memoir, in 1883.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /J/JO/JONES_JOHN.htm   (156 words)

 Beginnings of the Rochester Art Club
No elementary art instruction was provided, and courses were only offered to individuals advanced in drawing.
By 1882 the demand for art classes was such that outside instructors were engaged, such as Miss Ida Taylor of Leroy, who taught oil and charcoal.
The remainder of the art was auctioned off at the end of the exhibit.
www.rochesterartclub.org /history/beginnings.html   (356 words)

 Paul Gauguin Online
Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York
Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma
Fine art posters are a huge, huge bargain, so don't worry about spending more for the frame than the poster.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/gauguin_paul.html   (958 words)

 Review, Decorative Arts, Gallery, 1882
Art curtains likewise form a feature of the display, and some are of charming design or novel material.
The arts of house decoration and furnishing are, in short, illustrated from widely different sources; and for the agency in these matters which the Direction of the galleries undertakes, it should, from its extensive relations with designers, decorators, and manufacturers, be in the best position to carry out.
The contents of the exhibition are, we understand, to be changed at comparatively short intervals, but in detail, so as to allow of the galleries being kept open continuously.
www.londonancestor.com /newspaper/1882/0812/decorative-art-review.htm   (530 words)

 Wyndham Lewis Art Collection
Lewis was born November 18, 1882, near Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada, to Captain Charles Edward Lewis of New York and Anne Stuart of Great Britain.
In 1946 he became the art critic of the Listener.
The Art Collection holds an additional drawing by Lewis, a portrait of Nancy Cunard, which can be found in the Nancy Cunard Art Collection.
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/lewis.wyndham.html   (592 words)

 Decorative, Art Furnishers Alliance, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Less comprehensive than the preceding, the works and objects here shown, except the many examples of Oriental art, are mostly by English manufacturers, and present characteristics of design with which we have been made more or less familiar in recent years.
The so-called Early English is clung to; decorative art is dissociated from Fine Art, and the influence of the historic Continental is scarcely perceptible.
In these considerable ingenuity is shown in getting good effect, with simple stencilled patterns and painted dados, from the tones of ordinary brown paper, sugar paper, soap paper, and other cheap materials; but that such decoration and materials is "likely to effect a revolution in the internal decorations of our homes" is hardly probable.
www.londonancestor.com /newspaper/1882/0812/decorative-arts-furnishing.htm   (248 words)

 Science and Art in Education (1882)
That is where the province of art overlays and embraces the province of intellect.
And, if I may venture to express an opinion on such a subject, the great majority of forms of art are not in the sense what I just now defined them to be–pure art; but they derive much of their quality from simultaneous and even unconscious excitement of the intellect.
I mean, that the source of pleasure is exactly the same as in most of my problems in morphology–that you have the theme in one of the old master's works followed out in all its endless variations, always appearing and always reminding you of unity in variety.
aleph0.clarku.edu /huxley/CE3/ScRe.html   (3920 words)

 A History of Minneapolis: Museums, Galleries, and Institutions for the Arts
In the fall of 1882 an art study group was formed.
In a move to tie the Minneapolis Institute of Arts with the downtown area, the city is working to develop Third Avenue as the Avenue of the Arts.
Lumberman Thomas B. Walker, who was deeply committed to bringing arts and culture to the community, acquired a private art collection so extensive in the 1890s that he hired a curator and opened the doors of his home to the public.
www.mpls.lib.mn.us /history/ae3.asp   (735 words)

 The Kosciuszko Foundation
Axentowicz advanced the art of portraiture primarily through his pastel technique, as is most evident in his delicate portraits of women, with their symbolist and Secessionist elements.
The spectacle of secular and religious holidays there inspired in him desire to transfer the decorativeness of folk art – of costume and iconography, for example – t o “professional” easel painting.
A posthumous retrospective was held at the Society of Fine Arts in Krakow in 1938 and the Fallowing year in Lwow.
www.kosciuszkofoundation.org /ABGallery_Axentowicz.html   (500 words)

 Heath Wilson, Charles, 1809-1882, art teacher and author
Charles Heath Wilson, art teacher and author, eldest son of Andrew Wilson, the landscape-painter, was born in London in September 1809.
Shortly afterwards Dyce was made director and secretary of the recently established schools of art at Somerset House, but resigned in 1843, and Wilson, who had meanwhile been director of the Edinburgh school, was appointed his successor.
He was much interested in Italian art, on which he wrote occasionally, particularly Michael Angelo.
epona.lib.ed.ac.uk:1822 /isaar/P0168.html   (638 words)

 Jujutsu Book Review - Japan's Ultimate Martial Art, Jujitsu before 1882
All I knew was that the title "felt" appropriate because--as everyone knows--it was in 1882 that judo gained ascendancy and jujitsu began its decline.
It is true that martial arts work best when someone is attacking you; nevertheless, in many jujitsu techniques the technician becomes the aggressor and gives no quarter to his prey.
This may, at times, be frustrating to the reader, but as the international art of ballet uses French terminology, the international art of jujitsu currently relies upon Japanese.
www.bestjudo.com /brjapanultimate.shtml   (1330 words)

 Pierre-Auguste Renoir Online
Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina
Anderson Gallery at the VCU School for the Arts, Richmond, Virginia
Text is clearly readable and art reproductions vary from so-so to excellent.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/renoir_pierre-auguste.html   (889 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Japan's Ultimate Martial Art: Jujitsu Before 1882 the Classical Japanese Art of ...
Japan's Ultimate Martial Art: Jujitsu Before 1882 is interesting in that it utilizes a unique antidotal format in its presentation of the material.
The book in fact presents the art of taiho-jutsu (the art of police arresting techniques) and not jujutsu.
The author appears to have made an effort at researching the material pertaining to the history and evolution of Jujutsu and some of its associated elements, but seems to have missed the mark in several key places.
www.epinions.com /content_53919649412   (493 words)

 Amazon.ca: Books: Japan's Ultimate Martial Art: Jujitsu Before 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This book discusses classical Japanese jiu-jitsu, presenting the history of the art as it can best be reconstructed, along with many illustrations and discussions of the techniques.
Except for articles in various martial arts journals, there is no book accessible to the general reader that deals with this important topic.
The author outlines the relevant history and insight into Japan and the Samurai and its relationship with the martial art from 1100 A.D. There is alot of technical data, whichs serves as a guide to be used along with a qualified instructor to help any student become a master of Jujitsu.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0804830274   (442 words)

 AIM25: Whitechapel Art Gallery: Whitechapel Art Gallery
This fine art loan exhibition was held at St Jude's School House, Commercial Rd. The Barnetts believed that pictures 'would educate people so that they might realise the extent and meaning of the past, the beauty of nature, and the substance of hope'.
The Whitechapel Art Gallery Society was formed in February 1948, in order to support the gallery financially through private and business subscription and to serve as an opinion forming body on Gallery policy.
The American Friends of the Whitechapel Art Gallery Foundation Inc was incorporated in New York in 1987 to raise funds for the gallery in the USA.
www.aim25.ac.uk /cgi-bin/search2?coll_id=7210&inst_id=80   (1151 words)

 Edouard Cortès (1882-1969) Museum Art Exhibit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Indeed, placed under the high-patronage of the Renoir Foundation for the Arts and sponsored by the Simic New Renaissance Galleries in Carmel and La Jolla (California), it is an exhibit, which will gather more than 150 paintings of one of the most admired French postimpressionism representatives, the painter Édouard Cortès (1882-1969).
His paintings are accompanied by over 50 paintings of some of the finest French artists from before, during and after his era.
Édouard Cortès was born in 1882 in Lagny-sur-Marne, a small middle-class city that extends idly along the river.
www.renoirfoundation.org /news/cortes/article.htm   (1070 words)

 1882 - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
1879 1880 1881 - 1882 - 1883 1884 1885
May 20 - Sigrid Undset, Norwegian author (d.
August 14 - Gisela Richter, art historian (d.
open-encyclopedia.com /1882   (572 words)

 Archives, Decorative Art, Ceramics, French on Trocadero
This is a wonderfully colored set of seven Old Paris plates, floral polychrome center medallion on white ground with lilac rims and gilded edges, each plate varies in floral arrangement, overlapping gilt monogram "BRJ" on border of each plate with small crown, one plate has two crazing spots, small chips, measures 5 5/8 in diameter.
This beautiful wash stand set is decorated with a design of hydrangeas and leaves and is complete with the pitcher, wash bowl, sponge, soap and toothbrush dish.
The only damage on the set is one age crack in the sponge bowl and a TINY chip/rub on the rim of the tooth brush holder...
www.trocadero.com /directory/Archives:Decorative_Art:Ceramics:French120.html   (614 words)

 The Nation, 05/18/1882 - A Primer of Art
It includes a general definition of art and a brief account of its earlier beginnings.
It is hardly, however, a book from which either the special student or the general reader can derive much profit.
...In the course of some remarks on decoration the author says: '' As we hear a great deal about decorative art nowadays, it may be as well to inquire if there are any great principles of decoration...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v034i0881_18.htm   (394 words)

 Japanese Art and Japonisme Part I: Early English Writings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rutherford Alcock, the first British consul in Japan, was an early collector of Japanese Art and selected the works for display in the first major exhibition of Japanese artifacts in England during the World Exhibition in 1862.
The Art Journal played an important role in the popularization and awareness of Japanese art in the English-speaking world, as did this work by its long-serving editor and collector of Japanese art, Marcus B. Huish, in which special attention is paid to folk art motifs.
The significant collection of Chinese and Japanese art by this British anatomist, who also lectured in Japan from 1873 to 1880, was later acquired by the British Museum.
www.ganesha-publishing.com /japanart.htm   (489 words)

 FINA A445 1882 American Art to 1860: Life , Landscape, and National Identity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This course examines major issues and developments in American painting, graphic arts (caricature; Currier & Ives), and sculpture from the early colonial period to the time of the Civil War.
The material falls (somewhat roughly) into five subdivisions; portraits and social identities; inventing American history through art; landscape painting and the construction of national identity; the painting of ordinary life and the social order; and the art of Western expansion.
Among the themes to be addressed are: representations of race (African-Americans, Native Americans), class, and gender; patronage (in specific case histories); and cultural politics.
www.indiana.edu /~deanfac/blspr97/fina/fina_a445_1882.html   (180 words)

 Paintings of John Singer Sargent
Oyster Gatherers of Cancale (1878) Corcoran Gallery of Art: Washington, D.C. Portrait of Carolus-Duran (1879) Sterling and Francine Clark Institute: Williamstown, MA.
Miss Mathilde Townsend (1907) National Gallery of Art: Washington, D.C. The Fountain at Villa Torlonia in Frascati (1907) Art Institute of Chicago: Chicago, IL.
Valdemosa, Majorca: Thistles and Herbage on a Hillside (1908) National Gallery of Art: Washington, D.C. Courtyard of the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista, Venice (1913) Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University: Cambridge, MA.
mintaka.sdsu.edu /faculty/erics/web/art/sargent.html   (1466 words)

 1882 in art - TheBestLinks.com - July 22, Edward Hopper, 1881 in art, List of art events, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 Portland Museum of Art
Harmonies and Contrasts: The Art of Marguerite and William Zorach (8/16/01)
The Portland Museum of Art, founded in 1882, is Maine's largest public art institution.
Noyce, art collector and Maine philanthropist, bequeathed 66 works of American art, which is the most extensive and diverse gift of American art ever presented to the Museum.
www.tfaoi.com /newsmu/nmus12.htm   (780 words)

 Partridge, Charlotte Russell, 1882-1975
The Layton School of Art (1910-1980) files are extensive and include the institutional records which Partridge and Frink took with them upon their departure in 1954.
Layton Art Gallery trustees committed their gallery basement, Miriam Frink joined Charlotte as co-director, and the Layton School of Art was incorporated as a non-profit institution of higher learning in August 1920.
In 1940, she was asked by the Federal Works Agency to survey contemporary art and art institutions in the U.S. through Carnegie grant funding.
www.uwm.edu /Libraries/arch/findaids/mss167.htm   (5975 words)

 Bouguereau - Evening Mood, 1882 posters and prints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Click "back to shopping" to shop for more posters or art prints.
To custom frame your poster or art print, click frame me, then add the custom framed poster or art print to your basket.
When ready to checkout, your poster or art print purchase will be safe and secure.
www.urbanposters.com /item~nid~156~p~11600.htm   (82 words)

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