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  Modern Art Movements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Art Deco was a movement in decorative arts that also affected architecture, deriving its name from the World's fair held in Paris in 1925, formally titled the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, which showcased French luxury goods and reassured the world that Paris remained the international center of style.
Art Deco did not originate with the Exposition; it was a major style in Europe from the early 1920s, though it did not catch on in the U.S. until about 1928, when it quickly modulated into the Moderne during the 1930s, the decade with which the concept of Art Deco is most strongly associated today.
Art Deco was an opulent style and this opulence is attributed as a reaction to the forced austerity during the years of World War I. Art Deco was a popular style for interiors of cinema theatres and ocean liners such as the Ile de France and Normandie.
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 Delhi Art Gallery :Delhi Art Gallery : SHAMSHAD HUSAIN  (b. 1946) Contemporary Art Gallery India, Original ...
What Shamshad has imbibed from the art milieu at home is the pictorial significance of the human figure both as an artistic expression and a statement of faith in man’s social existence.
This was latter reinforced by the prevailing art ideas and ideals in the academic circles in Baroda during his sophomore years.
At Royal College of Art, his exposure to what was emergent in western art could have broadened the range of his imagery, but his concern in man as a social being has left a permanent impress on his art.
www.delhiartgallery.com /artist/profile.aspx?artistid=61   (448 words)

 Cleveland Art
The Cleveland Museum of Art is temporarily closed for renovation and expansion.
This exhibition is the first major museum survey of the evolution of the visual arts in Cleveland, an initiative inspired by the occasion of the city's 200th birthday.
The works of art, which we have borrowed from museums and private collections around the country, supply one surprise after another, from unexpected preindustrial views of familiar sites to unexpected expressions in a wide variety of artistic styles.
www.clemusart.com /archive/clevart/dirwel.html   (355 words)

 Russian Avant-Garde Art-Contents page
George Costakis was not new to art collecting in 1946, the year he stumbled accross his first work of Avant-garde art.
The Avant-garde in Russia was born and buried in a society that was trying to master the entire history of art and culture.
Art symbolized wealth and power, as well as culture, and had an advantage over money in that it was unique.
www.serve.com /mlazopoulou/html/contents_.shtml   (351 words)

 A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust: Looted Art Bibliography
The Russians consider the captured art to be legal acquisition as compensation for Russian losses during WWII inspite of claims from heirs of Holocaust victims.
Arkinsha and Kozlov have been researching the fate of WWII looted art for years; it was they who announced to the world in 1991, the existence in the USSR of secret storerooms filled with artwork looted from Germany after the war, including the Trojan gold treasures.
Note: An Art Institute of Chicago trustee is the owner of Degas' Landscape with smokestacks which is the object of a claim by the heirs of Nazi victims.
www.fcit.usf.edu /holocaust/resource/biblio/ARTBIBLT.HTM   (17721 words)

 Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In this show an art critic/curator selected a group of generally renown and historically recognized artists and required them to produce an artwork in a medium that the critic selected and that, almost to a single one: none of the artists had ever produced an actual work of art in before.
Many artists consider how image reproduction and circulation function constitutively in their art; some are keen to the fact that art today is produced not in the studio, but in the dynamic social relationalities among artist, viewer, dealer, institution, publication, and so on; some artists even make this the material of their art.
I think her effort at respecting all the main religions of the region, at operating with regard to all the converging cultures, should rather be a model for anyone voicing an opinion on the war than what Holzer did within one context generally recognized as being biased, or at least party to the conflict.
old.thing.net /html/art94.html   (18078 words)

 Discover Art: Art Schools
Royal Academy of Art, London - The Royal Academy of Art was founded as the national art academy of England, in 1768....
Royal College of Art, London - Founded in 1837 as the School of Design, the Royal College of Art (RCA), is considered as Britain’s leading school for artists and designers....
The Slade School of Art - Founded in 1871 as a part of the University College London, Slade School is named after Felix SLADE, a renowned art collector....
www.picassomio.com /discover/art_school/en   (332 words)

 The Wearable Art Movement Part I
Surrealist art was an attempt to give free rein to the subconscious as a source of creativity and to liberate pictorial ideas from traditional associations.
Ward Bennet was the art director for Hattie Carnegie, exhibited in Modern Jewelry Design at the Museum of Modern Art in 1946 He worked mostly in cut-out silver forms of abstract designs.
His jewelry designs were based on the art of Surrealism and his life "consciously imitated his art as he dressed eccentrically in bazaar outfits of his own design." In 1940 he married Carol Enners.
www.modernsilver.com /Walkerarticle.htm   (3431 words)

 Augustus John Art Collection
In 1901 John married Ida Nettleship, and he took a position as an art instructor at the University of Liverpool.
The Augustus John Art Collection consists of ten portraits on paper (5 drawings, 3 etchings, and 2 reproductive prints) of well known English contemporaries of John.
The Art Collection also has an additional sketch by John, a portrait of Nancy Cunard drawn on a piece of table cloth, that is part of the Nancy Cunard Art Collection.
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/john.augustus.html   (563 words)

 Saward Art Collection - George Johanson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
A Scholastic Magazine scholarship brought Johanson to Portland from Seattle in 1946 to attend the Museum Art School.
It was his first acquaintance with fine art, and it introduced him to printmaking.
He taught at the Museum Art School and served as head of the printmaking department until his retirement.
www.kpchr.org /public/sawardart/apps/Johanson.htm   (83 words)

 Joseph Stella (1877-1946) - Fine Art Dealers Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Joseph Stella was born in Italy in 1877.
From 1900-1909, Stella was earning a reputation for himself as a fine illustrator, specializing in social realist subjects, until a trip to Paris radically changed his focus to Modernism.
His primary Modernist influence was futurism, a theme he would work with until his death in 1946.
www.fada.com /browse_by_essay.html?essay=654   (108 words)

 Charles Sheeler Online
Charles Sheeler at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, New York
Charles Sheeler at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. Terra Foundation for the Arts, Chicago
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/sheeler_charles.html   (376 words)

 Léon Spilliaert: Self-Portrait (1980.208) | Object Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Behind the artist hangs a rectangular mirror, reflecting yet another mirror with an ornate frame, which we can assume holds the image that the artist is copying.
At this point in his career, at the age of twenty-six, Spilliaert had worked for the publisher Edmond Deman in Brussels and was on the verge of obtaining gallery representation in Paris.
Although he mingled with various literary and artistic circles in that cultural capital, showing his work in numerous group salon exhibitions, Spilliaert was never affiliated with any one group or movement, but maintained a certain individualistic, independent status throughout his career.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/ho/11/euwl/hod_1980.208.htm   (294 words)

 Modern Art - Related Items - MSN Encarta
Modern Art - Related Items - MSN Encarta
As time elapsed beyond the end of World War II, interest revived in the arts.
Art treasures hidden during the war were returned to their museums on both sides of the Atlantic, and interest in art activities took on new life.
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 Two Hundred Years of American Art: 1746-1946
She developed a painting style that combined direct observation of her subject with the simplification, even stylization, of form; the use of warm, saturated colors; linear outlines, and a highly developed facility for the depiction of complicated compositional space.
In the midst of this theater of nature, ships and boats, dwarfed by the sky and the sea, proceed in an orderly arrangement that suggests a serene, carefully measured world.
Painted as cool lavender silhouettes, the cliffs of the New Jersey palisades rise in the background.
www.tfaoi.com /aa/1aa/1aa138.htm   (1556 words)

 Art/Galleries on DoTucson.com
Enchanted Earthworks - This gallery of jewelry arts and fine crafts has earned the reputation for being a magical and exciting place to visit as well as a perfect gift source for all occasions.
Settlers West Fine Art Gallery - Western books, fine art prints, custom framing, and by some of the premier artists of the Southwest.
Venture Fine Arts Gallery - Located in Trail Dust Town on Tucson's Eastside, Venture Fine Arts Gallery is a model of what is finest in Western-American artwork.
www.dotucson.com /shopping.asp?qry=5   (599 words)

 Harvard University Art Museums - Current Exhibitions
Wertheim collected representational works of art made after 1870, when the first important Impressionist paintings were being exhibited, as well as works by artists who built on the heritage of Impressionism to make more personally expressive works of art.
The remarkable collection which Maurice Wertheim amassed in less than a decade and a half was first exhibited as a whole at the Fogg Art Museum in 1946 during his fortieth college reunion.
Wertheim's death in 1974, the collection remained in New York, but when she vacated the New York townhouse during the summer months it was either sent to Cambridge for temporary installation or was loaned to other museums for exhibition.
www.artmuseums.harvard.edu /exhibitions/fogg/wertheim.html   (311 words)

 William Wendt (1865-1946) - Fine Art Dealers Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
William Wendt, a native of Germany, is often referred to as “the dean of Southern California landscape painters.” Though he did study briefly at the Art Institute of Chicago, Wendt was largely self-taught.
Five years later he was the co-founder and first President of the California Art Club.
Wendt is remembered not only as one of the finest of the Early California Impressionists, but also as a teacher and mentor to a generation of early artists.
www.fada.com /browse_by_essay.html?essay=678   (121 words)

 Gary Snyder Fine Art: Past and future exhibitions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Her work has been acclaimed both in the “high” art world of Abstract Expressionism, and in the “outsider” or “Folk Art” world of self-taught artists.
Sobel was born in 1894 in the Ukraine, emigrated to New York in 1908, and married and raised a family of five children before becoming, “one of America’s most talked about surrealist painters…” Completely untrained, Sobel first painted in 1937 at the age of 43.
By 1943 her work had moved into a spontaneous expressionistic style of abstraction that gained her serious admiration among such art world luminaries as Peggy Guggenheim, the surrealists Max Ernst and Andre Breton, the philosopher and educator John Dewey and critic and collector Sidney Janis.
www.artnet.com /galleries/exhibitions.asp?gid=994&cid=20274   (459 words)

 Ben Nicholson Online
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina (in Spanish)
Text is clearly readable and art reproductions vary from so-so to excellent.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/nicholson_ben.html   (397 words)

 the everyday art gallery
The Walker Art Center became the first U.S. museum to devote permanent gallery space to modern design when it opened The Everyday Art Gallery in January 1946.
It was not a permanent design collection, but rather featured changing exhibitions of well-designed products and a reference library of books and information about manufacturers.
The Everyday Art Gallery had two objectives: to use design as a bridge for the public between the practical and more accessible products of modern design and the abstract, often unfamiliar, world of modern art; and to stimulate consumer demand for well-designed products.
www.walkerart.org /archive/E/A513695B5818D1AA6165.htm   (267 words)

 Colleen Browning Art: PicassoMio.com
Browning attended London's Slade School of Art from 1946 to 1948.
Her work was included in the National Academy of Design's yearly exhibitions, and she has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Kennedy Galleries in New York.
She was elected a National Academician in 1966, and has served as an officer at the Academy.
www.picassomio.com /colleenbrowning/en   (218 words)

 ART / 4 / 2DAY
However, Hesse wasn't an art martyr and her images are very much more than mere enactments of illness or oppression.
She never wanted to see her work smugly categorized as 'women's art.' Quite the contrary; Hesse wanted it to join the general discourse of modern images, uncramped by niches of gender or race.
He finished his training in Rome, and his study of the art of ancient Rome is evident in his early paintings, both in his use of Classical ruins and in the sculptural folds of his drapery.
www.safran-arts.com /42day/art/art4jan/art0111.html   (15830 words)

 TIME Magazine Archive Article -- Underground Art -- May 6, 1946
The small, dynamically sociable adornment of Brazil's U.S. Embassy was in Manhattan for the opening of her fourth U.S. sculpture show.
With a gay, glistening grin, Senhora Martins—who signs her work "Maria"—told a reporter that "art is the underground of the world, and we will win in the end."
As an up and coming member of that underground, fl-haired Maria is not unknown to the authorities.
www.time.com /time/archive/preview/0,10987,887023,00.html   (366 words)

After drifting alone in Cyberspace for years I feel blessed again to now belong to a family of artists with their own Web sites, all with the common philosophy to build global culture through the Web with our individual talents, and as we also promote understanding, tolerance, and peace among all men.
I still consider it one of my most successful works of art, wish someone had photographed the "shitty" art instead of give me spanking.
Note: as soon as I finally was big enough, I climbed over the top railing and crawled out the front door, which through daily observation, I knew was not locked.
www.lastplace.com /ArtPortrait/pygoya.htm   (576 words)

 Max Beerbohm Art Collection
The Ransom Center's Max Beerbohm Art Collection is organized in two series: I. Works by Max Beerbohm, and II.
The Ransom Center's Art Collection also has a group of 11 drawings by Max Beerbohm in its Alfred A. Knopf Collection, as well as a portrait painting of Beerbohm by Albert Rutherston in its Albert Rutherston Collection, and portrait drawings of Beerbohm and Florence Kahn Beerbohm by Sir William Rothenstein in its William Rothenstein Collection.
The Ransom Center also has Max Beerbohm materials in its Manuscripts Collection (including a portfolio of drawings and sketches drawn by Beerbohm while at Charterhouse, a caricature drawing of George Street and Beerbohm bound into a group of manuscripts, and sketches on manuscripts), its Library, and its Photography Collection.
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/beerbohm.html   (2898 words)

 Delhi Art Gallery :Delhi Art Gallery : PRAHLAD CHANDRA KARMAKAR  (1900 - 1946) Contemporary Art Gallery ...
He died of cancer, and within a few months after his death, during a communal riot, his studio was burnt down.
All India Exhb., Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta.
Received award in All India Exhb., Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta.
www.delhiartgallery.com /artist/profile.aspx?artistid=195   (122 words)

 PickupTruck.Com - Segment Four: 1941-1946 Art Deco Pickups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This 1946 3/4-ton pickup was powered by the famous Chevrolet 216.5 cubic inch OHV six.
This 1947 Chevrolet half-ton pickup is all dressed up.
Chevrolet brought to market a full line (100 models on 9 wheelbases) of light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks on May 1, 1946 complete with chrome trim.
www.pickuptruck.com /html/history/chev_segment4.html   (738 words)

 Mary Parks Washington
The college had enrolled its first fl students in the summer of 1944, and Washington remembered that althoughthe South was still segregated, she felt comfortable attending.
Woodruff encouraged her to attend the Art Students League in New York for one summer where she studied with Reginald Marsh.
They then moved to Campbell, California where she continued her art work while teaching, rearing her son and daughter, and working for her Master of Arts degree in painting from San José State University.
www.bmcproject.org /Biographies/ParksWashingtonMary/parkswashingtonmary.htm   (364 words)

 The Bomb - Bikini Island 1946 Poster at Art.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Bomb - Bikini Island 1946 Poster at Art.com
art prints, paintings, canvas prints, vintage original posters, fine art prints, inspirational posters,
giclee prints, art reproductions and original art and photography.
www.art.com /asp/sp-asp/_/pd--10038884/The_Bomb_Bikini_Island_1946.htm   (132 words)

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