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Art Appreciation

Baine- EMCC Midterm

Under the Wave off Kanagawa Katsushika Hokusa c. 1830-32. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Maya Lin. c. 1982.
Jahangir Receives a Cup from Khusrau. Manohar. c. 1605-1606
The Starry Night Vincent van Gogh 1889.
Vanitas. Juan de Valdés Leal. c. 1660
Every Touch. Jim Hodges. c. 1997
Thirty Are Better than One Andy Warhol. c. 1963
Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci. c. 1503-05.
Fisherman's Cottage on the Cliffs at Varengeville Claude Monet c. 1882.
David Andrea del Verrocchio. . c. 1465.
Isenheim Altarpiece (exterior). Matthias Grünewald. c. 1515.
Pietà. Giovanni Bellini. c. 1500-1505
Saturn Devouring One of His Children Francisco de Goya. . c. 1820-22.
Pietà Michelangelo. c. 1499.
First Communion Pablo Picasso c. 1895–96.
Seated Woman Holding a Fan Pablo Picasso c. 1908
Woman with Packages Louise Bourgeois. c. 1949.
Housepainter III Duane Hanson. c. 1984/1988.
Composition IX Vasily Kandinsky. c. 1936.
Electric Prisms Sonia Delaunay c. 1913
One: Number 31, 1950 Jackson Pollock. c. 1950.
Arnolfini Double Portrait Jan van Eyck. c. 1434.
Assumption Titian. c. 1518.
mantle. Ann Hamilton. c. 1998..
A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby, an Homage..... Kara Walker May 10-July 6, 2014
Madonna Enthroned Cimabue. c. 1280-90
Liberty Leading the People, 1830 Eugène Delacroix. c. 1830.
Guernica Pablo Picasso. c. 193
St. Francis Giving His Mantle to a Poor Man and the Vision of the Heavenly City Sassetta. . c. 1437-44.
Nighthawks Edward Hopper. c. 1942
Self-Portrait with Monkeys Frida Kahlo c.1943.
Woman Holding a Balance Johannes Vermeer c. 1664
The Garden of Earthly Delights, center section Hieronymus Bosch c. 1505-10.
The Dream Henri Rousseau c. 1910.
The Oxbow (View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, After a Thunderstorm). Thomas Cole c.1836
Spiral Jetty, Great Salt Lake, Utah, Robert Smithson c. 1970
Aquila, Abruzzi, Italy, 1951. Henri Cartier-Bresson. c.1951 [implied lines, linear analysis, direction and movement]
The Biglin Brothers Racing Thomas Eakins. c. 1873-74 [implied lines, linear analysis, direction and movement]
The Raft of the Medusa Théodore Géricault. c. 1818-19. [implied lines, linear analysis]
The Madonna of the Meadows Raphael c. 1505. [Italian Renaissance, implied triangle, his death in 1520 ends the Italian Renaissance]
The Virgin and Saint Anne with the Christ Child and John the Baptist Leonardo da Vinci. Italian Renaissance, sketch]
Madonna and Child with Saint Anne Leonardo da Vinci. c. 1503-06 [original sin, Italian Renaissance, sfumato]
A Sunday on La Grande Jatte George Seurat c.1884-86 [Pointillism, optical color mixing, open color palette]
Hendrix Devorah Sperber c. 2009.
Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1, also called Portrait of the Artist’s Mother James Abbott McNeill Whistler c. 1871. [restricted palette, asymmetrical/informal balance, Japanese influence]
The Scream Edvard Munch c. 1893 .[visual texture]
Bird in Space. Constantin Brancusi c. 1925. [actual texture, nonobjective/nonrepresentational]
Place de l'Europe on a Rainy Day, Paris Street Gustave Caillebotte. c. 1877. [two-point perspective]
Entombment of Christ Caravaggio c. 1604 [two-point perspective, chiaroscuro, Italian Baroque]
Draftsman Drawing a Reclining Nude, from The Art of Measurement Albrecht Dürer. c. 1527. Woodcut [woodcut, foreshortening]
The Dead Christ Andrea Mantegn . c. 1480 [foreshortening, procession]
The Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak Albert Bierstadt c. 1863. [atmospheric perspective]
Southern Cross Alexander Calder c. 1963. [kinetic, assemblage]
Deer’s Skull with Pedernal Georgia O’Keeffe c. 1936. [symmetrical/formal balance, oil on canvas, New Mexico]
Two Fridas (Las dos Fridas Frida Kahlo. c). 1939. [symmetrical/formal balance]
American Gothic Grant Wood. c. 1930. [symmetrical/formal balance
Death and Life Gustav Klimt. c. Before 1911, finished 1915. [asymmetrical/informal balance]
The Burning of the Houses of Parliament Joseph Mallord William Turner. c. 1835. [asymmetrical/informal balance, oil on canvas]
A Bar at the Folies-Bergère Edouard Manet c. 1881-82
The Banjo Lesson Henry Ossawa Tanner c.1893. [Emphasis and Subordination]
Still Life with Compotier, Pitcher, and Fruit Paul Cézanne c. 1892-94 [Emphasis and Subordination]
Executions of the Third of May, 1808 Francisco de Goya. c. 1814–15. [Emphasis and Subordination]
Plantoir Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. c. 2001. [Scale and Proportion]
Delusions of Grandeur II René Magritte c. 1948. [Scale and Proportion]
Study of Human Proportions according to Vitruvius Leonardo da \ c. 1485-90. [Scale and Proportion, mirror writing]
Storm King Wavefield Maya Lin c. 2007–08. . [Rhythm, earthwork]
Girl Before a Mirror Pablo Picasso c. 1932.
Venus with a Mirror Titian c. 1555
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