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    • The Liberation of Aunt Jemima.

    • The Liberation of Aunt Jemima.

    • Mixed media; Sculpture; Political issues; Discrimination; Race discrimination; Racism; Prejudice; Ethnic stereotypes; Stereotyping; Caricatures; Cultural relations; Civil rights; Social classes; Social aspects; Advertisements; Advertising;...

    • “The social, political, and spiritual terrain of Saar’s work incorporates found objects, personal family memorabilia, and other materials. In this work, using the familiar and derogatory image of Aunt Jemimah, Saar transforms the stereotype...
    • [Antonin Artaud], Self-Portrait.

    • [Antonin Artaud], Self-Portrait.

    • Drawings; Pencil works; Portrait drawings; Portraits; Self-portraits; Heads (Anatomy); Men; Authors; Poets; Actors; Theatrical producers & directors; Dramatists; Draftspersons; Hairstyles

    • "Artaud's late drawings have been a comparatively recent discovery. His poetry and writings on the theatre were better known previously. In the latter respect, his notions of catharsis had a decisive impact on the Body Art of the 1970s. After...
    • Humphrey Marshall.

    • Humphrey Marshall.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legislators; Portraits

    • Humphrey Marshall was born in Fauquier County, Virginia, in 1760. A soldier in the Virginia Revolutionary forces, he later moved to Kentucky in 1782 where he was admitted to the bar in Fayette County. He was a member of Kentucky House of...
    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Paintings; Allusions; Anti-Americanism; Politics & government; Political issues; Capitalism; Imperialism; Wealth; Corruption; Poverty; Emigration & immigration; Social classes; Economic & social conditions; Domestic life; Child labor;...

    • "This enormous, collage-like painting is crammed with anti-American allusions. An electric chair sits on the plinth at the top center (the Rosenbergs were electrocuted as Russian spies in 1953). A GI nonchalantly reads a pornographic magazine....
    • Antinous as Osiris, front view.

    • Antinous as Osiris, front view.

    • Sculpture; Portraits; Men; Rulers; People associated with politics & government; Upper class; Clothing & dress; Headdresses; Headgear; Snakes; Reptiles; Cobras; Power (Social sciences); Symbols; Gods; People associated with religion; Myths;...

    • Portrait bust. "Several statues portraying Antinous as Osiris share the same features. They represent the young Bithynian, who drowned in the Nile in 130 A.D., wearing a nemes, an Egyptian headdress made of starched cloth, decorated in front...
    • James Wilson : progressive constitutionalist.

    • James Wilson : progressive constitutionalist.

    • Wilson, James, 1742-1798; Statesmen--United States--Biography; Constitutional history--United States; United States--Politics and government--1775-1783; United States--Politics and government--1783-1809

    • This essay is a biography and ideological interpretation of James Wilson. Wilson was an important member of the Revolutionary generation whom historians and political theorists too often overlook. Moving from the rise of historical interest in...
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