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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
“Red Blue Green” was a painting done by Ellsworth Kelly in 1963. Kelly was known for his style of painting called “hard edge painting” as well as how abstract his work...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Nov 09, 2017
Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp, better known as Marcel Duchamp, was a French-American painter known for his use of Cubism, conceptual art, and Dada. Duchamp was also a sculptor, chess player and a...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
This artwork comes from the old world - Europe, Asia, etc. The particular subjects in this sculpture are King Menkaure and a queen - who could very well be named Khamerernebty. King Menkaure is...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
It doesn’t matter whether the teacher has a specialty in music or not: they all face the same problems in teaching music to students. Most schools have compulsory arts classes, and music is...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
The building that was designed to be the Schlesinger and Mayer Department Store also had many other names such as the Carson Pirie Scott and Company Building, or the more well-known Sullivan...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
The saying “a photograph is the yardstick of reality” roughly translates to say that a photograph captures reality. Hundreds of years ago before cameras existed, paintings were the...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter born July 6, 1907 who was well known for her self-portraits. In her painting titled “Diego y yo”, Frida is shown with her husband Diego’s face...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Nov 09, 2017
I think the most famous "pop art" artist was Andy Warhol. Andy Warhol was an American artist who lived from 1928-1987 and was one of the most popular pop artist in the world. Warhol’s most...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
Leonardo da Vinci did everything on this list except for the final answer. He did not invent the cannon. “Canon”, in the answer, is usually something official. Therefore, Leonardo da...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
Neoclassicism paintings have quite a few of these mentioned characteristics. They are often rational, geometric, have an organized composition (IE everything in the piece has a purpose), and...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
Vincent Van Gogh used curvilinear lines in his famous painting “The Starry Night”. This basically means the lines curve. They’re not very straight, although the tower is...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
Jean Arp was both a painter and a sculptor. He was born on September 16, 1886 and died on June 7, 1966. He was known mainly for his painted sculptures - hence why he can be called both a painter...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 25, 2017
Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, was from Switzerland. He was born on October 6th 1887. He died, unfortunately, on August 27, 1965. He is in the group of architects that are...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
The Son of Man consists of a man in a bowler hat and overcoat with a green apple largely obscuring his face. Rene Magritte painted this as a self-portrait saying “everything we see hides...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 10, 2017
Tate Britain is an art museum in the City of Westminster in London which is part of the Tate network of galleries in Englad. The other parts of the Tate network are the Tate Modern, Tate...Read More

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