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  • Description: Graphics
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    • Engineering Graphics Building, as Lugo's Pizza.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Restaurants;
    • Lugo's Pizza, a restaurant that formerly occupied the building that most recently housed Engineering Graphics. The Engineering Graphics building was demolished on February 19, 2013. Part of the parking lot is visible and there are signs advertising...
    • Engineering Graphics Building, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings;
    • Engineering Graphics building, which was formerly Lugo's Pizza. The building, which was demolished on February 19, 2013, sat in the middle of a parking lot (parts of which are visible). Location: Belknap Campus: 2531 South Third Street. Uses:...
    • Lutz Hall, 2012.

    • Lutz Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Classrooms; Office buildings; Laboratories; Research facilities;
    • Lutz Hall with parking lot and part of the Miller Information Technology Center in the foreground. Location: Belknap Campus: sites of former Student Union and Belknap Gymnasium; near MITC and Schneider Halls. Current uses: Houses A&S Anthropology,...
    • Lutz Hall.

    • Lutz Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Classrooms; Office buildings; Laboratories; Research facilities; Arches; Windows; Trees;
    • Lutz Hall from the front. The red brick building has an arched entranceway with multi-paned windows under the arch. There is a lawn with several large trees and in front of the building, as well as a red sign identifying the building. Location:...
    • Manhattan.

    • Tachiste; Art Informel; Abstract (fine arts style)
    • "Wols's painted surfaces register a variety of different activities. Paint was stenciled, smeared, trickled, or thrown onto his canvases. Markings were incised using the artist's fingers or sticks. In essence, though, these images were more...
    • Big Painting VI.

    • Pop (fine arts styles); Abstract (fine arts style)
    • "Whilst clearly representing a critique of free expression, Lichtenstein's 'brushstrokes', like most of his other Pop works, had an exact comic-book source. They initially derived from a strip entitled 'The Painting' published in Charlton Comics'...

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