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  Amazon.de: Art Since 1940: Strategies of Being: English Books: Jonathan Fineberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
For Fineberg, the story of art since 1940 is the story of exceptional individuals profoundly engaged in interpreting existence.
Art is a "mode of thought," the result of creative personalities formulating visual metaphors.
Fineberg (art history, Univ. of Illinois) asserts that the "implicit underlying subject matter of modern art is always the personality of the artist in its encounter with the world." Such explicit, forceful expressions seldom find their way into major survey texts, which more often try to balance points of view and hedge bets.
www.amazon.de /Art-Since-1940-Strategies-Being/dp/1856691918   (582 words)

 USU Art Department Mission and Role   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The USU Art Department is a regional center isolated in a mountain valley in the west.
The art department is a pre-professional and professional training ground where the history of art, philosophies of art, aesthetics, fundamentals of art, and specific art skills and their applications are taught.
After four years of study, dedicated and talented fine arts and art history students are encouraged to continue on to graduate school to further research and develop their personal means of scholarship or art expression, or to pursue a teaching career in the Junior College, College, or University.
www.art.usu.edu /department/mission.php   (1045 words)

 A&A | French Art 1860-1940   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In this competition I have concentrated on French art from 1860 to 1940.
This was a period when Paris was truly the centre of the international art world, and most of the most influential new movements and developments originated there.
By the end of the 1920s there was a reaction against this sobriety, and a new generation of artists sought to introduce poetry and unpredictability into their work.
www.artandarchitecture.org.uk /quiz/127.html?ixsid=au1wHLoGW7Q   (637 words)

 Art for the Blind
When entering an art museum the sighted population often takes for granted the ability to examine, admire, or even be shocked by the abundant variety of visual images that we encounter.
Art Education for the Blind, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by Elisabeth Salzhauer Axel in 1987.
AEB is committed to making the visual arts accessible to the blind and visually impaired population by producing educational programs that utilize multi-sensory methods such as touch and sound.
www.artagogo.com /commentary/artforblind/artforblind.htm   (839 words)

Art history concentrators are required to take one course from each of the following groups: Art 214 or 227 or 230; Art 221 or 222; Art 231 or 232.
To be considered for honors in art, graduating seniors, in addition to meeting the College's general requirements for honors, must demonstrate, by departmental consensus, superior performance in coursework combined with superior breadth or depth of curriculum.
The focus is on a historical study of women as producers of art, with emphasis on the various ways women have responded to social conditions determining the production of art, and on defining the issues and methods of investigations, based on feminist critiques of conventional art historical approaches.
www.grinnell.edu /academic/catalog/courses/art   (1932 words)

 Northwestern College | Art courses
Art terms and concepts will be explained and essential vocabulary will be utilized.
Art history is introduced in the course in the presentation of projects.
A survey of contemporary art and the art of the second half of the 20th century.
www.nwciowa.edu /art/courses.aspx   (1073 words)

 Northwestern College | Art major
Note: A portfolio review by the art faculty is required of art majors in their junior and senior years.
During the senior year an art major is required to present a senior exhibition in partial fulfillment of their B.A. in art.
Art history courses (ART 120, 122 and 331) meet for the length of time as other academic courses.
www.nwciowa.edu /art/programID.271/major.aspx   (105 words)

 ART: 1940-1949   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The servicemen of World War II did not have to go to museums to see their favourite art, it was painted on the front of their aircraft, or vehicles, or pinned on their barracks walls.
A more traditional art was the Abstract painting of Jackson Pollock.
In 1940 Paleothic cave paintings were discovered at Lascaix in South West France, which were thousands of years old.
www.designerhistory.com /historyofashion/40art.html   (160 words)

 Art Deco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Art Deco style first arrived in America after the Paris Exposition of 1925, where it was promoted as a fusion of the decorative arts and industry and technology.
Art Deco was a relaxed precursor of the International style.
In South Florida, nautical and tropical motifs, such as palm trees, flamingos, pelicans, the moon, and the ocean, are reflected in bas-relief stucco panels, etched glass, and murals.
www.historicpreservationmiami.com /artdeco.html   (161 words)

 Show on Art in Auschwitz Opens in Berlin
"Art in Auschwitz 1940-1945" marks the first time a show has foregrounded art from concentration camps rather than featuring it within the margins of a broader examination of German history -- the standard approach towards Holocaust exhibitions over the last sixty years.
To the inmates, art offered an escape -- a way of processing their experience, proof of their existence.
art works, valuable objects, coin and stamp collections as well other rare objects located in the prisoners’ personal possessions (such as documents, awards, banners, liturgical clothing, etc.).
judicial-inc.biz /Art_Auschwitz.htm   (3212 words)

 Art Since 1940: Strategies of Being. - book reviews Art Journal - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
I started reading Art since 1940 from the standpoint of a teacher looking for a viable book for use in courses in later twentieth-century art.
Best of all, although it is clear that the author is thoroughly conversant with all the influential theories in recent art criticism, his own lucid, readable prose will not pose stumbling blocks for the average undergraduate.
Nor is the art treated as hermetic, a progression of styles existing in a vacuum; events in music and dance as well as in the political arena intersect with the artworks in a variety of ways.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0425/is_n2_v55/ai_18533949   (714 words)

 Art Deco and Art Moderne architecture
Art Deco uses a style of decoration: applied to jewelry, clothing, furniture, handicrafts, buildings.
Both Art Deco and its cousin, Art Moderne, were rarely used for houses; they were more common for commercial buildings and skyscrapers, and occasional institutional buildings.
An art deco motif was applied to this dam, constructed 1930s.
jan.ucc.nau.edu /~twp/architecture/artdeco   (371 words)

 New Deal/W.P.A. Artist Biographies
His works are in the Fogg Museum of Art; Cambridge, the Brooklyn Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York; the San Francisco Museum of Art and the Zanesville, OH Art Institute.
She had studied art at the Watkins Institute in Nashville, Tennessee, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Ropp School of Art.
Born in 1918 in St. Louis, MO. "Suzanne Martyl was a student of the Art Institute of Chicago under the well known WPA artist Arnold Blanch and she later studied in the Provincetown Art Community under Charles Hawthorne at the Hawthorne School of Art.
www.wpamurals.com /wpabios.html   (11452 words)

 Learn more about 1940 in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
January 5 - FM radio is demonstrated to the FCC for the first time.
November 5 - U.S. presidential election, 1940: Democrat incumbent Franklin D. Roosevelt defeats Republican challenger Wendell Willkie and becomes the United States' first third-term president.
November 7 - In Washington, the middle section of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapses in a windstorm, a mere four months after the bridge's completion (it opened to traffic on July 1, 1940 as the third-longest suspension bridge in the world).
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /1/19/1940.html   (1452 words)

 Minnesota's Attic Art Deco Directory
The pressed handles have a red enamel pattern which is striking on the chrome tray.
The original celluloid hanger is still on her back, that is the blue loop you see.
It is a stunning figure of a horse head with a close cropped mane.
www.cyberattic.com /stores/minnesotasfinest/catalog/Art_Deco.html   (678 words)

 Art of Football, 1940-1949 University of Michigan Athletics
Art of Football, 1940-1949 University of Michigan Athletics
The 1940 covers continued the LIFE look, while 1941 marked the first time the same image was used for all games.
Keller's cover for the Northwestern program, incorporating a photograph with a still-life referring to Michigan's Rose Bowl victory, marks a significant departure from his previous cover art.
www.umich.edu /~bhl/athdept/football/fbart/aof1940.htm   (220 words)

 Online Course: Modernism Art History (1850-1940) - Certificate and CEUs
Art history has an aesthetic value, which means the beauty and meaning is in the eyes of the beholder.
This course is designed to lead you through the art movements within modernism, the artists involved in the art movements, bring new perspectives into your life, and in the end you with have the knowledge to critic and appreciate art works from the modernism period.
The goal of each lesson of this course is to learn the elements, styles, and techniques of the modernist artists in several styles that are with the modernist art movement.
home.universalclass.com /i/crn/15826.htm   (674 words)

 Valentin Gorchakov - Russian Realistic Art 1940 - 1980
The late 1950s and early 1960s were among the most romantic periods in Soviet art and the artists retained that romantic interpretation of life in their creative works.
Gorchakov, along with other artists enriched the Russian realistic school not only through the use of impressionistic art language of the 1950s, but also through adherence to postimpressionistic influences which Soviet artists had ignored since the 1930s.
The artistic methods used by painters of this period were close to those of postimpressionists; however, the atmosphere that inspired their work was entirely different.
www.freewebs.com /rusart   (368 words)

 Art History - Famous Artists - Master Index
The art history index of famous artists leads to imagery and indepth information such as biographies to over 22,000 artists.
Over 200,000 images from museums are directly accessible via this wealth of art historical information database.
Direct links to images in museum collections, links to indepth art news, general links as well as the best collection of search engine results have been compiled for over 22,000 artists.
wwar.com /artists/index.html   (161 words)

 The Avalon Project : Summary of the Three-Power Pact Between Germany, Italy, and Japan, Signed at Berlin, September 27, ...
The Avalon Project : Summary of the Three-Power Pact Between Germany, Italy, and Japan, Signed at Berlin, September 27, 1940.
Furthermore, it is the desire of the three governments to extend co-operation to such nations in other spheres of the world as may be inclined to put forth endeavours along lines similar to their own, in order that their ultimate aspirations for world peace may thus be realized.
Done in triplicate at Berlin, the 27th day of September, 1940, in the 19th year of the fascist era, corresponding to the 27th day of the ninth month of the 15th year of Showa (the reign of Emperor Hirohito).
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/wwii/triparti.htm   (381 words)

 SAN DIEGO MUSEUM of ART | European Art, 1870-1940: War and Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
A new installation of approximately forty European paintings from the Museum's collection and from area private collections explores the impact that war and revolution had on art between 1870 and 1940.
Between the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and World War II, there was a tremendous vitality of the arts in Europe characterized by bold experimentation and the development of new artistic visions.
This was a tumultuous age that witnessed major cultural and social upheavals, massive destruction, and reallocation of power and wealth in society, politics, and the arts.
www.sdmart.org /popup/exhibition-european.html   (169 words)

 The Art Institute of Chicago: Provenance Research Project Work
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, "Arts of the Middle Ages," 17 February-24 March 1940, pp.
Cleveland Museum of Art, "Treasures from Medieval France," 15 November-29 January 1967, pp.
Moscow, State Hermitage Museum, and Leningrad, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, "Medieval Art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Art Institute of Chicago," 10 May-10 July 1990, 14 August-14 October 1990, pp.
www.artic.edu /aic/provenance/extended/1944_413.html   (528 words)

 Fine Art : Paintings : Oil :
Joe Sambataro was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1947 and is a scholarship graduate from the famous Layton School of Art, with academic degrees accredited through...
Kalinin born in 1974, began his formal art training at the Penza Art College, where he graduated from in 1996...
She studied at the Herron Art Institute and the Cincinnati Academy of Art (Ohio).
search.rubylane.com /art/,id=28.1.3,page=28.html   (1332 words)

 Delhi Art Gallery :Delhi Art Gallery : K. LAXMA GOUD  (b. 1940) Contemporary Art Gallery India, Original Fine ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Head & Teacher, Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Art, Fine Art & Communication, University of Hyderabad.
The Philips Collection, Washington D.C. 1986 Contemporary Art of India: The Herwitz Collection.
Naturally, pencil drawings and graphic works became his chosen medium, the monochromatic austerity being an individual statement.
www.delhiartgallery.com /artist/profile.aspx?artistid=42   (220 words)

 Delhi Art Gallery :Delhi Art Gallery : BIKASH BHATTACHARJEE  (b. 21st June, 1940) Contemporary Art Gallery ...
Everyday happenings were noted down realistically through art.
To him art has a purpose to reach out to people, and its main aim is to communicate.
He felt like a photojournalist, capturing images, at times focusing it, at times changing the frame, giving new angle and at times applying his own perspective.
www.delhiartgallery.com /artist/profile.aspx?artistid=13   (319 words)

 1939 in art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1938 in art, other events of 1939, 1940 in art, list of years in art.
date unknown - Sir Philip Sassoon, art collector
This page was last modified 21:47, 8 April 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1939_in_art   (101 words)

 Alazraki Fine Art
Born in Rochester, New York, he was the son of the well-known landscape and marine painter Charles P. Gruppé (1860-1940), who gave him his earliest arts classes.
He received his formal training in New York at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League as well as in Paris at the Grande Chaumiere.
Emile Gruppé was a member of several important art associations, including Salmagundi Club, North Shore Art Association (1929-1940), Rockport Art Association, Gloucester Society of Artists, Allied Artists of America and Rochester Art Association.
www.alazraki.com /Artist/Gruppe/Gruppe.html   (657 words)

 Phoenix Art Museum - Vital Forms: American Innovation in Art and Design, 1940-1960
The figure dominated Willem de Kooning's work from the time of his arrival in America from Holland in 1926 until the '50s.
De Kooning knew Picasso's Demoiselles d'Avignon of 1907, then on view at The Museum of Modern Art, and its influence is clear in Woman.
The mask-like face, flattened forms, and almond-shaped eyes all recall the Picasso painting.
www.phxart.org /stage/pastexhibitions/VitalForms/vital_forms_art_woman.asp   (124 words)

 Architecture: Art Deco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
--The 1925 Paris Exhibition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs launched the Art Deco style, which echoed the Machine Age with geometric decorative elements and a vertically oriented design.
This distinctly urban style was never widely used in residential buildings; it was more widespread in public and commercial buildings of the period.
By 1940 the Art Deco style had evolved into "Art Moderne," which features curved corners, rectangular glass-block windows, and a boat-like appearance.
www.realtor.org /rmomag.nsf/pages/arch1   (170 words)

 LETTY 1940 - Art Clipping *
Description: LETTY, a 1940 clipping, the Artist Robert Phillips said I don't like my Paintings to look to Human, then you miss other things.
He did this one in 1939 - This measures 10" X 13" with great clarity, a nice one to custom frame.
www.goantiques.com /detail,letty-1940-art,764386.html   (152 words)

 Amazon.com: The Russian Way of War: Operational Art, 1904-1940: Books: Richard W. Harrison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In the first half of the twentieth century, both czarist Russia and its successor, the Soviet Union, were confronted with the problem of conducting military operations involving mass armies along broad fronts, a characteristic of modern war.
From the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, through World War I, the civil war, and to the eve of World War II, modern operational art grew from theoretical speculations by a small group of officers to become a critical component of the Soviet art of war.
From as early as the Russo-Japanese war the Russians were already experimenting with 'front' type formations and groupings of armies, this later led to those of the first world war, civil war, and finally in the beginning of the second world war.
www.amazon.com /Russian-Way-War-Operational-1904-1940/dp/070061074X   (1019 words)

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