Subject Vs. Object

The word subject lends a connotation that the piece is a living entity. The word object lends a connotation that the piece is an inanimate entity. It the job of the audience of this gallery to make a decision about which category they believe each piece belongs.

Georgia O'Keeffe is a personal favorite of mine. Studying her life and work was both enlightening and entertaining . Her style of painting simply revolutionary
This painting holds a special importance to me because i owned a print of this painting.
I have been interested in Norman Rockwell ever since I found out we shared our last name. I would not name him as an inspiration for my interest in art, but he did help to spike my enthusiasm.
This is the first piece in the gallery to include a landscape. Could it possibly blur the line between "subject" and "object"? . . . .
This piece was made by Patrycja Orzechowska (Polish) for a screenplay that was the collaborative effort of Salvador Dali and Luis Bunuel.
Keeping with the Polish theme... this statuette is odd when trying to categorize it... Is it a "subject", or an "object"?
Growing up in Jacksonville and now attending college in Tampa, anything representing Florida will have a special place in my heart.
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