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Chicago, The Art Institute2
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Chicago, The Art Institute2
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Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
Chicago, The Art Institute2
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The Art Institute of Chicago was founded as both a museum and school for the fine arts in 1879, a critical era in the history of Chicago as civic energies were devoted to rebuilding the metropolis that had been destroyed by the Great Fire of 1871.

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  • Ion (Nicu) Irimescu (n. 27 februarie 1903, Arghira, comuna Preutești - d. 28 octombrie 2005, Fălticeni) a fost un sculptor român, profesor și membru al Academiei Române.
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    • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2159516-chicago2/
    • 2. The Art Institute of Chicago was founded as both a museum and school for the fine arts in 1879, a critical era in the history of Chicago as civic energies were devoted to rebuilding the metropolis that had been destroyed by the Great Fire of 1871.
    • 3. Kutani-Style Arita-Ware Jar, 17th century, Japan
    • 4. Japan Nabeshima-ware Bowl, 18th century Porcelain with enamel decoration
    • 5. Arita-Ware Kakiemon Gourd-shaped Ewer, late 17th century. Japan. Porcelain with enamel decoration
    • 6. Arita-Ware Kakiemon Floral-shaped Bowl, late 17th century. Japan. Porcelain with enamel decoration
    • 7. Atsuita Karaori (No theater costume) late 18th century. Japan
    • 8. Hanging incense burner, 19th century Japanese, Artist unknown Silver, gold, and silk cords
    • 9. Quatrefoil Tray with a Courtyard Scene China, Ming dinasty (1368–1644), reign of Jiajing (1522-66)
    • 10. Covered Box with Butterflies, gourds, and Scrolling vines, 1700/1750 China Carved cinnabar lacquer on wood
    • 11. Peaces from pocelain collection in Art Institute of Chicago
    • 12. Double-spouted vessel depicting Masked felines Nazca. South coast, Peru 180 B.C./A.D.500 Ceramic and pigment
    • 13. PortraitVesselofaRuler,100BC-500AD, Moche,northcoastofPeru,ceramicandpigment Nazca South coast, Peru Vessel in the Form of an Achira Root, 180 B.C.-A.D. 500
    • 14. Dance skirt and Apron Yurok or Hupa 1850-60 Northern California coast
    • 15. Concho Belt Navajo Northern Arizona or New Mexico 1880-95 Silver and leather
    • 16. Royal Tunic and Coronet Yoruba. Odo-Ona Ilorin, Nigeria early 20th century
    • 17. Wedding Ensembles for a Bride (Umtsshakazi) and Groom (Umyeni) Thembu South Africa1950
    • 18. Wedding Ensembles for a Bride (Umtsshakazi) and Groom (Umyeni) Thembu South Africa1950
    • 19. Bamana.Baninko region, Mali. Pair of Headdresses (Ci Wara Kunw), Mid-19th-early 20th century Bamana Segou region, Mali Mask for Ntomo, Late 19th/early 20th century
    • 20. Triptich Icon with Central image of the Virgin and Child Central Ethiopia Late 17th century
    • 21. Gonder, Ethiopia The Miracles of Mary (Te'amire Maryam), Late 17th century
    • 22. Central Ethiopia Processional Cross, Mid-late 15th century Germany, Cologne Ivory Triptych with Scenes from the Life of Christ, 1350-75
    • 23. AncientGreekAmphoradepictsHerakleskillingtheNemeanLion,with IolausandNemeaontheleftandAthenaandHermesontheright 550-525BC AncientGreekAmphora
    • 24. Roman Fragments of Patella Cups, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Glass Etruscan Amphora (Storage Jar), about 530–520 B.C
    • 25. Egyptian Amulet of the Goddess Bastet, Third Intermediate Period (1070-664 B.C.) Egyptian Canopic Jar of Amunhotep, Overseer of Builders of Amun, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (1550–1292 B.C.) Greek, Faliscan, Italy Amphora (Storage Jar), 4th century B.C.
    • 26. Greek, probably Samos Pair of Protomes Depicting the Forepart of a Griffin, 625-575 B.C. Roman Statuette of an Enthroned Figure, 1st century
    • 27. Greek, Italy, Apulia Loutrophoros (Container for Bath Water), about 365 B.C. Greek, Italy, Campania Late 4th century B.C
    • 28. Greek Lekythos, 5th century BC Greek, Athens Amphora (Storage Jar), about 450 B.C. Greek, Athens Alabastron (Container for Oil), 520-500 B.C.
    • 29. China Dragon-Handled Amphora, Tang dynasty, (A.D. 618–907) An Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD), tomb sculpture of a pixiu (or chimera) creature
    • 30. Korean Bird Shaped Ewer with Crowned Rider Holding a Bowl, Goryeo dynasty (918–1392), 12th century Manufacturer - Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory. Cup and Saucer, 1766
    • 31. Roman Bottle, 1st century A.D. Late Roman or Byzantine, Eastern Mediterranean Jug, 4th century A.D.
    • 32. Tibet Portrait of the Great Fifth Dalai Lama, 18th century Tibet Vajrayogini, 18th century
    • 33. Tibet Vajradhara Seated Holding a Thunderbolt (Vajra) and Bell (Ghanta), 15th century Tibet Buddha Seated Holding a Thunderbolt (vajra) and Bell (ghanta), 15th century
    • 34. Tibet Yaksha King Holding a Mongoose from a 51 Deity Mandala of the Medicine Buddha (Bhaishajyaguru), 18th century Tibet Eleven-Headed Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara 17th-18th century
    • 35. Tibet Buddhist Deity Vajrasattva with Bell (Ghanta) and Thunderbolt (Vajra), 18th century Tibet Ewer with Crocodile (Makara) Spout, c. 1500.
    • 36. Tibet Buddha Triumphing over Mara (Maravijaya), 16th century Tibet Tibet Personified Ritual Dagger (Vajrakila) in Ritual Embrace (Yab-yum), 16th century
    • 37. Tibet Buddhist Manuscript Cover with the Bodhisattvas Avalokiteshvara and Manjushri, c. 1300 Manuscript Cover with Enshrined Sakyamuni Buddha with Hand in Earth Touching Mudra, 15th century
    • 38. Tibet Portable Shrine (Ga'u), 18th century Nepal Vasudhara Offering Mandala, 19th century
    • 39. Tibet teacup or Offering Bowl Container with Wheel of Joy Motif, 18th-19th century
    • 40. Tibet Bodhisattva Maitreya Surrounded by his Retinue, 16th century Tibet Bodhisattva Manjushri with Vajrapani (right) and Padmapani (left), 15th century
    • 41. Tibet Woman's Amulet Box (Ga'u), 18th century Nepal Kathmandu Valley Necklace Inscribed with the Name of King Pratapamalladeva, c. 1650
    • 42. NepalKathmanduValley VotivePlaquewithGodVishnu,19thcentury Nepal Kathmandu Valley Priest's Crown, dated by inscription to 1654
    • 43. Nepal GodVishnuRidingHisMount,Garuda,17th–18thcentury Tantric Deities Hevajra and Nairatmya in Ritual Embrace (yab-yum), c. 1600 NepalKathmanduValley
    • 44. Shiva and Uma seated with their son Skanda India Vijaynagar Period, 1400
    • 45. Italian(Siena) Illuminated Manuscript page from a Book of Hours, c. 1440-45
    • 46. A thrilling new acquisition was unveiled in 2013 holiday season: a mid- 18th-century Neapolitan crèche. One of the very few and finest examples of such a work outside of Naples, the crèche is an intricate Nativity scene that reflects the vitality and artisanship that the city is still known for. The Art Institute’s crèche features over 200 figures— including no less than 50 animals and 41 items of food and drink—all staged in a spectacular Baroque cabinet with a painted backdrop. Elaborate, complex, and wondrous, the Neapolitan crèche is a rare example of the genre and a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition for the Art Institute.
    • 47. David Smith (American, 1906- 1965) Cubi VII North garden Stainless steel, welded and ground
    • 48. In the foreground of the image, an artwork, "Cubi VII," 1963, by one of the most important American sculptors of the post-war era, David Smith (1906-1965), is shown in The Art Institute of Chicago's North Garden; in the background, "Flying Dragon," 1975, by Alexander Calder (1898-1976) is visible David Smith American, 1906-1965 Untitled (Study for Cubi VII), 1963 Black, blue and ochre spray enamel with black pastel and white oil paint on cream laid paper 408 x 297 mm (max.) Untitled (1963) is a study for the Art Institute’s stainless-steel sculpture Cubi VII (1963), which presently sits in the North Garden. The strength and weight of Cubi VII are counteracted by the awe-inspiring balance of its forms, leaving the viewer marveling at the dichotomy between material and form.
    • 49. Cubi VII (North garden) is a stainless steel work of art created in 1963. This is part of a Roman numeral series of stainless steel works housed around the world.
    • 50. In the Pritzker Garden Ellsworth Kelly's White Curve was conceived specifically for the Modern Wing's new Pritzker Garden. Made of painted aluminum and 54 feet in length, this monumental sculpture is the largest work of art Kelly has ever made.
    • 51. Ellsworth Kelly American, born 1923 White Curve, 2009 Painted aluminum 14 x 54 x 3 feet (4.3 x 16.5 x .08 m)
    • 52. Contemporary Art Pritzker Garden
    • 53. Contemporary Art Pritzker Garden Ellsworth Kelly is considered one of the most important yet idiosyncratic representatives of American art after 1945. The captivating effect of his works derives from the uncompromising simplicity of their visual idiom.
    • 54. Contemporary Art Pritzker Garden Ellsworth Kelly American, born 1923 White Curve, 2009 Painted aluminum
    • 55. Text: Internet Pictures: Florica Chira & Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound:Sound: Romanian Piano Trio (Alexandru Tomescu-R zvan Suma - Horia Mihail)ăRomanian Piano Trio (Alexandru Tomescu-R zvan Suma - Horia Mihail)ă Ludwigvan Beerhoven Op.1, Nr.3 ILudwigvan Beerhoven Op.1, Nr.3 III AAndante cantabile; III. Menuetto - Quasi Allegrondante cantabile; III. Menuetto - Quasi Allegro

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