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    • Orientation in Art
      Chapter 2
      What is Art?
      1
    • Melbourne Exhibition Building and Museum
      Hermitage Arches in Russia
      The Louvre in France
      2
    • Altes Museum Germany
      Lahore Museum Pakistan
      3
    • Above: Museum of Modern Art New York City
      4
    • Albuquerque Museum of Art
      Georgia O’keefe Museum, Santa Fe Fine Arts Museum, Santa Fe
      5
    • Jackson Pollock
      No. 5
      Date: 1948
      Medium: oil on canvas
      6
    • Vincent van Gogh, Wheat Field and Cypress Trees. 1889. Oil on canvas
      28” x 36”
      7
    • 8
    • Vincent van Gogh,
      Portrait of Dr.Gachet.
      1890. Oil on canvas
      26” x 22”
      9
    • Robert Watts
      Rembrandt Signature, 1965/1975
      Neon, glass tubing, Plexiglas, transformer
      13” x 44”x 5”
      10
    • Leonardo da Vinci
      Mona Lisa
      Date: 1503 -05
      Medium: Oil on panel
      Size: 30 ¼” x 21”
      Musee du Louvre, Paris
      11
    • Andy Warhol,
      Mona Lisadate: 1963
      medium: Serigraph,
      Size: 44 1/8 x 29 1/8 in
      12
    • Thirty are better than one
      Andy Warhol
      1963
      Silkscreen ink, acrylic paint on canvas
      9’2”x7’10½”
      13
    • Andy Warhol
      Cowboys and
      Indians:
      Northwest
      Coast Mask,
      1986
      14
    • Birth of Venus (Details of Renaissance Paintings)
      1984
      15
    • Claude Monet. Fisherman’s Cottage on the Cliffs at Varengeville. 1882.
      Oil on canvas, 23” x 31”
      16
    • Claude Monet (1840 -1926)
      “Main path through the Garden at Giverny”
      Date: 1901
      Location of Origin: FranceMedium: oil on canvas
      17
    • Poppy field in hollow near
      Giverny
      date: 1885
      medium: oil on canvas
      size: 46 x 81 cm
      18
    • Andrea del Verrocchio
      Daviddate: 1465
      location: Florence
      medium: bronze with gold details
      19
    • Andrea del Verrrochio
      Christ and St. Thomas, Orsanmichelle,
      Date: 1479
      Size: bronze
      Location: Florence
      20
    • Andrea del Verrocchio(Andrea di Michele di Francesco de’Cioni)
      Baptism of Christ
      Date: 1472-1475
      Medium:Oil on wood
      Size: 171 x 151 cm
      Uffizi, Florence
      21
    • Attributed to Dasavanta, Shravana,
      And Madhava Khurd
      Badi’usszman Fights Iraj to a Draw
      From the Hamzanama.
      c. 1567-72
      Opaque watercolor on cotton,
      26” x19”
      MAK– Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art
      Landhaur, a friend of Hamza is in the background on an elephant. In the foreground Prince Badi’uzzaman (in orange) fights Iraj, a warrior.
      Hamza is an uncle of the Prophet Muhammed.
      22
    • Attributed to Dasavanta and Mukhlis
      Hamza's Spies, Sent to Locate the Missing MalikBahman, Sneak Into the City of Qimar Where They Kill the Sleeping Guards
      Date:1575
      Medium: opaque watercolor and gold on cotton fabric
      23
    • James Hampton (1909-1964)
      The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly
      Date: 1950-64
      Location: Smithsonian Institute, Washington
      Medium: Gold and Silver aluminum foil, colored kraft paper and plastic sheets over wood
      24
    • James Hampton
      25
    • Gayleen Aiken
      26
    • Gayleen Aiken (1934 -2005)
      11 x 14, Crayon, china marker, and pen on paper 1992
      27
    • Gayleen Aiken
      Date: 1993
      Medium: mixed
      Size: h 37” w 28” x d 24”
      Medium: silk flowers
      Size:16’ x 14’
      28
    • 29
    • Edward Weston (1886-1958)
      White Sands, New Mexico Date: 1941
      Medium: photograph
      30
    • Cabbage Leaf
      1931
      Gelatin silver print
      7 ½ x 9 ½ “
      31
    • Edward Weston
      Pepper
      1930
      Medium: photo
      32
    • Edward Weston
      Shell
      Date: 1927
      Salisbury Plain, England
      Medium: Silver Gelatin Print
      33
    • Pieta, 1500-1505
      Oil on wood
      34
    • Giovanni Bellini
      Sl. Jerome Reading in the Countryside
      date: 1505
      medium: oil on panel
      location: National Gallery o f Art, Washington
      35
    • Michelangelo Buonarroti
      Pieta
      date: 1499-1500
      medium: sculpture
      location: National Gallery of Art, Washington
      36
    • Francisco de Goya
      Saturn Devouring One of His Children
      c. 1820-22
      Wall painting in oil on plaster
      57 x 32”
      37
    • Seated Woman Holding a Fan, 1908
      First Communion, 1895-96
      38
    • Louise Bourgeois
      Woman with Packages
      date: 1949
      Medium: bronze, polychromed
      Size: 65 x 18 x 12”
      Untitled
      date: 1996
      Medium: cloth, bone, rubber
      and steel
      Size: 300.3 x 208.2 x 195.5 cm
      39
    • Louise Bourgeois (b. 1911 -)
      Maman
      40
    • Duane Hanson (1925-1996)
      Self-Portrait with Model
      Date: 1979
      Medium: polyvinyl
      Trompe l’oeil – French for “fool the eye”
      41
    • Duane Hanson
      Housepainter III
      date: 1984-88.
      medium: autobody filler, polychromed, mixed media with accessories
      42
    • Portraits from the Heartland
      Man on Mower 1995
      Tourists II 1988
      43
    • 44
      Cylindrical head, from life
      Yoruba
      Head of a King, from life
      Yoruba, c. 13th century Brass, life-size
    • 45
    • Vasily Kandinsky
      Swinging
      1925
      Oil on canvas
      27” x 19”
      46
    • Vasily Kandinsky(1866 – 1944)
      Composition IX
      1936
      Oil on canvas
      44 5/8” x 76 ¼”
      47
    • Chin Up
      Rebecca Purdum
      1990. Oil on canvas
      9 x 6’.
      48
    • Rebecca Purdum
      “Hold On” 1984 oil on canvas
      49
    • Kitagawa Utamaro
      Okita of the Naniwaya Teahouse
      1790
      Polychrome woodblock
      print
      50
    • 51
    • 52
    • 53
    • 54
    • Susan Rothenberg
      Boodis and Kiggy
      2005-2006
      Oil on canvas
      Size: 58 x 61 inches
      55
      Maggie’s Ponytail
      1993-94
      Oil on canvas
      Size: 65 x 53 inches
    • Susan Rothenberg
      Three Masks
      2006
      Oil on canvas
      Size: 59 x 66 inches
      56
    • 57
      Henri Matisse
      Piano Lesson. 1916 Oil on canvas
      Size:8’ ½” x 6’ 11”
      Music Lesson. 1917 Oil on canvas
      Size:8’ ½” x 6’ 7”
    • Auguste Rodin(1840-1917)
      The Kiss (Le Baiser )
      1901-04 marble 5’ 11 ¼” height
      58
    • Janine Antoni( 1964 - )
      59
    • Gnaw
      1992
      Installation
      Chocolate
      lart
      60
    • Caryatid
      2003
      Ceramic
      C-print and
      broken vessel
      61
    • Jan van Eyck (1385/90 – 1441)
      Arnolfini Double Portrait
      1434
      Oil on wood
      Size: 33 x 22 1/2 inches
      62
    • 63
    • 64
    • Iconography
      65
    • Jocho. AmidaNyorai,
      In the Hoodo, Byodo-in Temple
      c. 1503
      Gilded wood,
      Height 9’2”
      66
    • Buddha
      67
    • 68
    • Wat Pho, Bankok
      69
    • 70
      Jain temples in India
    • Large Budha, Bamijan, Afganistan
      71
    • Taliban militia fighters stand at the site shortly after the statues’ destruction in March 2001.
      72
    • 73
      Pieces of the statutes that were wrapped and recovered by the UNESCO. They are to be reassembled at a later date.
    • Finial of a linguist’s staff
      From Ghana.
      Asante, 20th century
      Wood and gold
      Height 11 ¼”
      74
    • Akan (Fante) linguists at EnyanAbassa, Ghana, 1974.
      75
    • Titian (1488-1576)
      Assumption
      1518
      Oil on wood
      22’7” x 11’ 115/8”
      76
    • Frari, Basilica Venice, Italy
      77
    • Virgen de Guadalupe
      78
    • 79
    • 80
    • From Fausto's Art Gallery in Ojinaga, Chihuahua
      81
    • Theresea and Richard MontoyaSanta Cruz, NM
      82
    • 83
    • Tom Friedman
                          ‘Untitled', 1999nine total cereal boxes cut into small squares and combined to make one large boxcourtesy fondazioneprada
      84
    • Tom Friedman
      'there', 2001paper cube splat
      'untitled', 2001 selfportrait, out-of-focus mosaic of the original image
      85
    • Tom Friedman
      86
    • Tea bowl. Japan
                          Aestheticsis a term that was coined by the early 18th century German philosopher Alexander Baumgarten.
      The word was derived from the Greek word aisthanomani and was used to describe the field of knowledge gained by sensory experience combined with emotional response.
      Aesthetics –
      The branch of philosophy dealing with such notions  as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic, etc., as applicable to the fine arts, with a view to establishing the meaning and validity of critical judgments concerning 
      works of art, and the principles underlying or justifying such judgments.
      87
    • 88
      Hataali, spiritual singer
    • “Navajo Sandpainting,” Wyatt Davis (Photographer)
      89
    • Clock, Sand painting
      90
    • Standing figure holding
      Supernatural effigy.
      Olmec culture,
      800-500 B.C.E.
      Jade,
      Height 8 5/8”
      91
    • Joseph Beuys
      Performing How to Explain
      Pictures to a Dead Hare.
      1965
      92
    • Homage to Joseph Beuys
      93
    • Joseph BeuysOutput # 181978
      94
    • Bwa masquerader,
      Burkina Faso
      95
    • Ann Hamilton
      96
      Mantle, Installation at the Miami Art Museum, 1998.
      Eight tables, eleven shortwave radio receivers, voice, chair, figure
      Steel block, sewing implements, 33 wool coats, and approximately
      60,000 fresh cut flowers; 16’ x 24’ x 72’
    • Vermeer
      97
    • 98
    • Felix Gonzalez-Torres(1957-1996)
      99
    • Day of the Dead
      Mexico
      100
    • Damien Hirst
      For the Love of
      God
      2007
      Platinum skull
      encrusted with
      diamonds
      101
    • Orientation in ArtChapter 2What is Art?End of Slide Show
      102