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  • Orientation in Art
    Chapter 1
    Living with Art
    1
  • Three Musicians 1921
    oil on canvas
    Portrait of Gertrude Stein 1906 oil on canvas
    2
  • Brancusi’s studio.
    Reconstruction at the
    Musee National d’Art
    Moderne
    Colonnes sans Fin, wood or plaster; l'Oiseaudansl'Espace, polished bronze.
    3
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  • Brancusi’s studio
    Reconstruction at
    The Musee National
    d’art, Paris. 1992-96
    5
  • Constantin Brancusi
    The KissDate: 1908Location of Origin: FranceMedium:Sculpture
    6
  • Constantin Brancusi
    The KissDate: 1908Location of Origin: FranceMedium: Sculpture
    7
  • Constantin Brancusi
    Bird in Space
    (L’Oiseaudansl’espace),
    Date: 1932-1940.
    Medium: Polished brass, Height, including base: 59 7/16” maximum circumference
    13 15/16”
    8
  • Chauvet cave, Ardeche Valley
    9
  • Left section of the “Lion Panel,”Chauvet cave, Ardèche Valley,France. c. 32,000 B.C.E
    10
  • Chauvet cave, Ardeche Valley
    Cave LionsDate: 32,000 BCELocation: FranceMedium: painting, natural pigments
    11
  • Chauvet cave, Ardeche Valley
    RnningBision
    Date: 32,000 BCE
    Location: France
    Medium: painting,
    natural pigments
    12
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  • Petroglyphs in New Mexico
    14
  • Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, England
    Stonehenge
    Date: 2000-1500 B.C.E
    Salisbury Plain, England
    Medium: stone
    15
  • Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, England
    Stonehenge
    Date: 2000-1500 B.C.E
    Salisbury Plain, England
    Medium: stone
    16
  • 17
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    Maya Lin
    Date: 1982
    Medium: black granite
    Monument
    18
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  • Wave Field, 1995
    University of Michigan,
    Earthwork by Maya Lin
    21
  • Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery , Alabama 1986
    Maya Lin
    22
  • Maya Lin
    23
  • Kente Cloth, Ghana
    Symbol of INTERNAL CONFLICTS, WARNING AGAINST INTERNAL STRIFE, NEED FOR UNITY IN DIVERSITY, and RECONCILIATION 
    Symbol of EXPERIENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, CREATIVITY, NOVELTY, and INNOVATION 
    Symbol of FORGIVENESS,
    CONCILIATION, TOLERANCE,
    PATIENCE, and FAIRNESS 
    24
  • Mughal Dynasty India
    Jahangir Receives a
    Cup from Khusrau
    Date: 1605-06
    Medium: Opaque
    watercolor on paper
    Size: 8 3/16” x 6”
    25
  • Mughal Dynasty India
    Emperor Jahangir
    weighing his son in gold
    Date: 1615 approx.
    Medium: gouache on paper
    Size: on album paper
    26
  • Shiva Nataraja, India
    10th century c.e. Bronze
    Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
    27
  • In one hand, Shiva holds the small drum whose beat summons up creation. In another hand, he holds the flame of destruction. A third hand points at his raised foot, beneath which worshipers may seek refuge, while a fourth hand is raised with its palm toward the viewer; a gesture that means “fear not.”
    28
  • Vincent Van Gogh1853-1890
    The Starry Night
    Date: 1889
    Medium: oil on canvas
    Size: 29” x 36 ¼”
    The Museum of Modern Art,
    New York.
    29
  • The Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) is generally a flame - shaped, tapering, cone-like tree, with but a short stem below its branches, which rise erectly and close to the trunk, much as in the Lombardy Poplar. Even in its native country it seldom exceeds fifty or sixty feet in height; and in our climate its average rate of growth is from a foot to eighteen inches per annum for the first eight or ten years, and after that it lengthens more slowly, so that trees forty years of age are seldom as many feet in height. After reaching a height between thirty and forty feet its growth is often almost imperceptible.
    30
  • Vincent Van Gogh1853-1890
    The Potato Eaters
    Date: 1885 (180 Kb);
    Medium:Oil on canvas,
    Size: 81.5 x 114.5 cm; Rijksmuseum Vincent van Gogh, Amsterdam
    31
  • Vincent Van Gogh
    Self-Portrait with
    Bandaged Ear
    Date:1889
    Medium: Oil on canvas,
    Size: 60 x 49 cm; Courtauld Institute Galleries, London
    32
  • Paul Gauguin1848 - 1903
    Vision After the Sermon, Jacob Wrestling with the Angel
    Date:1888
    Medium: Oil on canvas
    Style :Impressionism
    33
  • Ernest Hass1921-1986
    Po Valley
    Date:
    Medium: C-Print
    34
  • Ernst Hass, Peeling Paint on Iron Bench, 1981, Kodachrome print
    35
  • A Picture is the expression of an impression.
    If the beautiful were not in us, how would we ever recognize it ?
    Ernst Haas (Photographer 1921- 1986)
    Montmartre, Paris
    36
  • Tim Hawkinson. Emoter.2002
    Installation (left) and detail (right). Altered ink-jet print on plastic and foam core on panel, monitor, stepladder, and mechanical components; print: 49 x 36 x 4 “; stepladder height 27”
    37
  • Vanitas
    Juan de Valdés Leal. 1660.
    Oil on canvas, 51 3/8” x 39 1/16”
    38
  • Juan de Valdes Leal(1622-1690)
    Allegory of Death, in IctuOculi
    1670-72Oil on canvas, 220 x 216 cmHospital de la Caridad, Seville
    39
  • Audrey Flackborn 1931 -
    Wheel Of Fortune (Vanitas)
    Date: 1977-1978
    Medium: oil over acrylic on
    canvas
    Size: 8”x8”
    40
  • Audrey Flackborn 1931 -
    Marilyn Vanitas,1977
    Acryllic on canvas
    41
  • Jim Hodgesb. 1957
    Every Touch
    Date: 1995
    Medium: silk flowers
    Size:16’ x 14’
    42
  • Jim Hodges
    look and see
    Date: 2005
    Medium: enamel on stainless steel
    Size:300 x 138 x 144 inches
    43
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    Orientation in Art
    Chapter 1
    Living with Art
    End of Slide Show