Find images online for your class papers and projects using the subscription database ARTstor. You can also try non-art databases like JSTOR and open access sources like Flickr. Created by J. Rinalducci.
Sociology</li></li></ul><li>Reading an Image:Not just for artsy types<br />Title: Don't Let that Shadow Touch Them: Buy War Bonds <br />Date: 1942 <br />Work Type: War Posters<br />Notbuying a war bond would let the Nazi shadow ruin innocent American children. <br />“Wholesome American children”<br />Well dressed, clean<br />Little boy holding American flag<br />What does image say about race, class, gender, etc.?<br />Historical, social, political & artistic implications…<br />
Reading an Image:Art, Design, What else?<br />The Farm by Joan Miró (1921-22)<br />Design elements:<br />Color/Color theory<br />Detailed realism combined with Cubist elements <br />Art & Ecology <br />Artists as keen observers of natural world<br />Paintings become resource for studying nature<br />(National Gallery of Art Classroom for Teachers & Students)<br />
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