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    • Riverfront Break.

    • Riverfront Break.

    • Paintings; Acrylic paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works

    • “Johnson is a practitioner of a style sometimes labeled ‘abstract illusionism’, making paintings where apparently solid but abstract forms float in illusionary space. Riverfront Break may have been suggested by the industrial forms of the...
    • What Big Muscles You Have!

    • What Big Muscles You Have!

    • Language; Slogans; Inscriptions; Lettering (Layout features); Punctuation; Graphic design; Advertisements; Advertising; Feminism; Women; Social aspects; Social classes; Social life; Social justice; Social values; Political issues; Discrimination;...

    • "Barbara Kruger, rather than making her own photographs, has combined found media imagery involving the male gaze and its various hidden projections of personal power with brief texts of her own devising. Sometimes by reinforcement of the...
    • The Profanation of the Host.

    • The Profanation of the Host.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Fantasy; Symbols; Allusions; Disgrace; Anxiety; Distress; Sex; Lust; Relations between the sexes; Heads (Anatomy); Women; Men; Fathers; Nudes; Body parts; Lions; Animals; Ants; Locusts; Insects; Chalices; Drinking vessels;...

    • "Dali's variation on Paolo Uccello's work of the same title, this is probably his most sacrilegious painting." (Caption); The Profanation of the Host […] is one of Dali's most sacrilegious paintings (although later he tried to exonerate...
    • Untitled (We Won't Play Nature to Your Culture).

    • Untitled (We Won't Play Nature to Your Culture).

    • Photographs; Stats; Reproductions; Collages; Language; Slogans; Graphic design; Inscriptions; Lettering (Layout features); Advertisements; Advertising; Feminism; Women; Social aspects; Social classes; Social life; Social justice; Social values;...

    • "Given her interest in writing, it is not surprising that [Kruger] soon began to incorporate words into her art. Her new mode - large-scale black and white images reshot from scavenged photos and interpolated with a written message - debuted...
    • Untitled (We Have Received Orders Not to Move).

    • Untitled (We Have Received Orders Not to Move).

    • Photographs; Stats; Reproductions; Collages; Language; Slogans; Graphic design; Inscriptions; Lettering (Layout features); Advertisements; Advertising; Feminism; Women; Social aspects; Social classes; Social life; Social justice; Social values;...

    • "Given her interest in writing, it is not surprising that [Kruger] soon began to incorporate words into her art. Her new mode - large-scale black and white images reshot from scavenged photos and interpolated with a written message - debuted...
    • Untitled.

    • Untitled.

    • Sculpture; Abstract sculpture; Abstract works; Boxes; Geometry

    • "Judd's industrially manufactured, modular pieces, developed from 1966 onwards, were stubbornly empirical investigations of specific materials and visual effects. He shunned mystification and openly declared the nature of his structures. The...
    • Mercenaries II.

    • Mercenaries II.

    • Paintings; Acrylic paintings; Political issues; Politics & government; Corruption; Men; Mercenaries (Soldiers); Soldiers; Military personnel; People associated with military activities; Military life; Conversation; Smiling; Standing; Clothing...

    • "Set against huge fields of red oxide on mural-sized, unstretched canvases, Golub's figures' frozen poses fleetingly echo those on Greek pottery, but they travesty classical faith in the body." (Caption, p.205); "Another rediscovered...
    • Venus from Montagne, front view.

    • Venus from Montagne, front view.

    • Sculpture; Figurines; Women; Goddesses; Myths; Legends; Supernatural beings; Fictitious characters; Hairstyles; Headgear; Grooming; Gestures; Mirrors; Symbols; Cupids; Dolphins; Aquatic animals; Lifting & carrying

    • "Venus is represented rising out of the water in accord with the conventions of the Aphrodite Anadyomene type. The triton and dolphin, which recall the maritime setting, were sometimes depicted alternately with two cupids accompanying the...
    • Manuscript, blank leaf, 15th century, fragment.

    • Manuscript, blank leaf, 15th century, fragment.

    • Books and manuscripts, Medieval

    • A fifteenth century scribe prepared this blank leaf made of animal skin by marking 19 straight lines before writing a text. Animal skin was still being used for many books during this time, although paper was known in Europe by the fourteenth...
    • Psalter, England, early 15th century, fragment.

    • Psalter, England, early 15th century, fragment.

    • Psalters--England--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--England; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Psalter or Book of Psalms is a book of the Hebrew Bible with the text of 150 songs, traditionally believed to have been written by the Hebrew King David. The Psalter was used for both public worship and private prayers and, until Books of Hours...
    • McMurrey's baby.

    • McMurrey's baby.

    • Infants; Log cabins

    • A small child, probably Mary McMurray, who died of leukemia shortly after this picture was taken, stands in a wagon or wooden box. A log cabin home is in the background. The baby's father, H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of...
    • Viola Allen.

    • Viola Allen.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women

    • Autographed oval-shaped portrait of actress Viola Allen wearing a toque and sailor-style blouse, possibly her costume for the role of Glory Quayle in "The Christian," which was performed at Macauley's Theatre from March 7-10, 1900. (Her...
    • Maxine Elliott 1897.

    • Maxine Elliott 1897.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Autographed three-quarter length character portrait of Maxine Elliott with her hair down, wearing a white cotton tunic. Actress, producer, and theatre owner Maxine Elliott was born Jessie Dermot in Rockland, Maine on February 5, 1868. She debuted...
    • Viola Allen as "Glory Quayle".

    • Viola Allen as "Glory Quayle".

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes

    • Character portrait of actress Viola Allen in costume for the role of Glory Quayle in "The Christian," which was performed at Macauley's Theatre from March 7-10, 1900. She wears a crocheted toque and sailor shirt with tie. Viola Allen was...
    • Ben-Hur - Alphonz Ethier as Ben-Hur.

    • Ben-Hur - Alphonz Ethier as Ben-Hur.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing; Armor; Helmets

    • Character portrait of left profile of stage and screen actor Alphonse (sometimes spelled Alphonz) Ethier in costume as Ben Hur, a role he performed at Macauley's Theatre in March 1905. He wears a helmet, chain metal vest, short tunic, and Roman...
    • Maxine Elliott.

    • Maxine Elliott.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes

    • Character portrait of right profile of Maxine Elliott. Actress, producer, and theatre owner Maxine Elliott was born Jessie Dermot in Rockland, Maine on February 5, 1868. She debuted on stage in 1890, taking the stage name Maxine Elliott. She...
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