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Ah 101 test two images

  1. 1. AH 101 Test Two Dr. Thomas Dewey
  2. 2. Albrecht Durër, The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, woodcut print, c.1497-98
  3. 3. Toshusai Sharaku, Otani Oniji III as Edohei, multi-color woodblock print,1794.
  4. 4. Emil Nolde, The Prophet, woodcut print, 1912.
  5. 5. Rockwell Kent, Workers of the World, Unite!, woodengraving,1937.
  6. 6. Chuck Close, S.P. II, linocut print, 1997
  7. 7. Marcantonio Raimondi, after Raphael The Judgment of Paris, reproductive engraving, c. 1514-18.
  8. 8. Rembrandt, Christ Preaching, etching, c. 1652.
  9. 9. Francisco de Goya, Hasta la Meurte (Until Death) from Los Caprichos, etching and aquatint, 1797-1798.
  10. 10. Mary Cassatt, Woman Bathing, drypoint and aquatint, 1891.
  11. 11. Kathe Kollwitz, Death and the Mother, lithograph, 1934.
  12. 12. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, The Seated Clowness, multi-color lithograph, 1896.
  13. 13. Elizabeth Catlett, Singing Their Songs, color linocut, 1992.
  14. 14. Rembrandt van Rijn, Clump of Trees With a Vista, 1652, drypoint
  15. 15. Robert Nanteuil (French, 1623-1678), Le Maréchal de Castelnau, metal engraving, 1658
  16. 16. Carl Fudge, Rhapsody Spray 2, digital silkscreen print, 2000.
  17. 17. Roger Cook, Don Shanosky Symbol System for the Dept. of Tran., color poster, 1974
  18. 18. Paul Rand, Eye, Bee, M, 1981, color poster, corporation logo
  19. 19. Albrecht Dürer: Letters, from Treatise on Measurement, pen and ink,1525
  20. 20. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Goulue at the Moulin Rouge, 1891 poster, four-color lithographic poster
  21. 21. Norman Rockwell, The Tom Boy, cover for The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, a cover illustration from an original oil painting, 1953.
  22. 22. Camera obscura, illustration from wood engraving
  23. 23. Loius-Jaques-Mande Daugerre, Boulevard du Temple, 1839, daguerreotype image
  24. 24. Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, Place de la Concorde, oil paint on canvas influenced by snapshot photography, 1875
  25. 25. Sequential Instantaneous Photographs, 1870’s
  26. 26. Edward Steichen, Rodin—The Thinker, 1902, photogravure
  27. 27. Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907, photogravure
  28. 28. Man Ray, Le Violon d’ Ingres, altered 1924, photograph, (g.s.p.)
  29. 29. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Bather of Valpincon, 1808, oil on canvas
  30. 30. Arthur Rothstein – Fleeing a Dust Storm, Cimarron County, Oklahoma, 1937, gelatin silver print, social realist/documentary photography
  31. 31. Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, 1936, social realist/documentary photography
  32. 32. Margaret Bourket-White Fort Peck Dam on the Missouri River, 1936, documentary photography
  33. 33. W. Eugene Smith, Smoky City, 1955- 56, social realist photography
  34. 34. Abraham Blooteling, St. Peter, by or before 1690, Mezzotint
  35. 35. Nam June Paik, TV Buddha, 1974, mixed media
  36. 36. Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #35, black and white photo frame still
  37. 37. Leonardo da Vinci, The Virgin of the Rocks, c. 1485, oil on wood transferred to canvas.
  38. 38. Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper, 1495-1498, fresco (oil and tempura on plaster.)
  39. 39. Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, 1503-05, oil on wood.
  40. 40. Leonardo da Vinci, Embryo in the Womb, 1510, pen and ink on paper.
  41. 41. Donatello, Feast of Herod, 1424-27, bronze cast, shallow relief.
  42. 42. Michelangelo Buonarroti, Awakening Slave, 1530- 34, marble, carved medium relief sculpture.
  43. 43. Elizabeth Catlett, Mother and Child #2, 1971, Walnut.
  44. 44. Duane Hanson, Museum Guard, 1975, Cast polyvinyl resin plus clothing.
  45. 45. Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1976, painted aluminum and tempered steel, fabricated and assembled
  46. 46. Rachel Whiteread, Watertower, 1998, Cast clear urethane.
  47. 47. Stonehenge, c. 2000 B.C., Salisbury Plain, England, Rock, post and lintel system.
  48. 48. Pont du Gard, aquaduct, stone arch principle, 1st century A.D., near Nîmes, France.
  49. 49. Pantheon, 118-125 A.D., Rome, Italy, dome on a drum
  50. 50. Giovanni Panini, The Interior of the Patheon, 1735, coffered dome ceiling, oil on canvas.
  51. 51. Hagia Sophia, 532-537 A.D., Istanbul, Turkey, Stone, dome on pendentives.
  52. 52. Interior View of the Hagia Sophia, 532-537 A.D., Istanbul, Turkey, Stone, dome on pendentives
  53. 53. View Toward the Apse at St. Savin-sur-Gartempe, 1095-1115 A.D., Poitou, France, stone barrel vault, the arch principle multiplied.
  54. 54. Interior View Exeter Cathedral, c. 1288-1308, Exeter, England, stone Gothic fan-ribbed groin vault.
  55. 55. The Crystal Palace, 1851, London, England, Joseph Paxton, cast and wrought iron and glass.
  56. 56. The Workshop Wing at the Bauhaus, 1925-26, Walter Gropius, Dessau, Germany, steel, concrete, glass
  57. 57. Rockefeller Center, Raymond Hood, Wallace Harrison and associates, 1931-37, steel, glass, and concrete, mixed use skyscraper complex.
  58. 58. Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Le Corbusier,1955, Ronchamp, France, poured concrete into forms with reinforced steel.
  59. 59. Interior View of Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Le Corbusier, 1955, Ronchamp, France, ditto exterior view.
  60. 60. Norman Foster, Honk Kong Bank, 1979-86, Hong Kong, China, steel, concrete, glass.
  61. 61. Interior View of the Hong Kong Bank, Norman Foster, 1979-86, Honk Kong, China, steel, glass, concrete.

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