Learning Team 3 Week 1 project

AH100 - Sarah McEnnan & Amanda Nelms

Animal Locomotion, Eadweard Muybridge, 1887, From the collection of: Bonnefantenmuseum
Photography - The invention of the camera has allowed every person to become an artist by being able to find artistic expression through a viewfinder
The Death of Chatterton, Henry Wallis, 1830–1916, British, ca. 1856, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
Death - Society seems to have a fascination with death so it only seems normal to see it depicted in artwork.
Bounds of Sense, Richard Deacon, 1987, From the collection of: Bonnefantenmuseum
Sculptures - Sculptures can be made of almost any medium and can depict actual busts of people or be artistic representations of the artists concepts.
Pottery Vendor, Eanger Irving Couse, 1916, From the collection of: Philbrook Museum of Art
Pottery - Pottery has been in use from 29,000 B.C.to use in today's society. It has been painted and adorned to beautify the individual pieces and has become something that is collected and cherished
Saint Andrew, Workshop of Jan Provoost, around 1515-1520, From the collection of: Bonnefantenmuseum
Religion - Religion is a common theme in art and in life even though one religion may be vastly different from another
Portrait of Madame de R., Ferdinand Hodler, 1893, From the collection of: New Masters Gallery, Dresden State Art Collections
Portrait - Portraits were often painted for the express use of the person depicted. Often commissioned art would give a snapshot of that person and their interests
Studies of nudes (two men, seated, looking in a mirror, and a seated boy), Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci), ca. 1515 - ca 1520, From the collection of: Städel Museum
Nudes - Paintings and sculptures often have nude as a theme - it has been said that the best test of an artist is to draw or sculpt the naked body.
Secretary with lacca povera decoration, 2nd half of the 18th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Slovenia
Furniture - Functional yet artistic, furniture can be adorned, painted and carved in any style and is often given as gifts due to their beauty.
Hurry to the band, Kurchatova Zinaida Kapitonovna, 1983/1983, From the collection of: The National Art Museum of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Landscapes - Being able to walk outside and have a model for painting / sketching is one of the main reasons that landscapes are so abundant.
Formas Hacia la Luz, Miguel Ángel Vidal, 1975/1975, From the collection of: Art Museum of the Americas
Abstract - With no rhyme or reason, the artist often leaves the viewer to decide what the artist is portraying.
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