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nonrepresentational art

2016-09-29T11:01:49Z

An artwork that does not represent or depict a being, place or thing in the natural world.



Outline of Art History - Ancient Art - Visual...

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Outline of Art History - Ancient Art Visual Arts Movements - ca. 30,000 B.C.-ca. 400 A.D. Prehistory



Sleeping Gypsy Coloring Page

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A line drawing of Henri Rousseau's Sleeping Gypsy for your coloring page fun. You are free to save and print this image for personal, educational and non-commercial purposes. Page 2.



Artists in 60 Seconds: Willem de Kooning

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A biographical profile of Willem de Kooning (1904-1997), Dutch-born American Abstract Expressionist painter.



Art History 101 - The High Northern Renaissance

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The first half of the 16th century saw the North enjoying its own High Renaissance. The primary reason this came about can be summed up in two words: Albrecht Dürer.



Color Field Painting: Art History 101 Basics

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Color Field Painting is a branch of Abstract Expressionism that concentrates on colorful shapes and expanses of color which emphasize the literal flatness of the canvas or paper.



Mona Lisa Coloring Page

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A line drawing of Leonardo's Mona Lisa for your coloring page fun. You are free to save and print this image for personal, educational and non-commercial purposes.



Artists in 60 Seconds: J. M. W. Turner

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A biographical profile of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), English Romantic painter.



Art History - Italian Proto-Renaissance:...

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Realism - Art History 101 Basics

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Realism - Art History 101 Basics



What Was the Renaissance, Really?

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Junk Art - Art History 101 Basics

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Artists in 60 Seconds: Tezuka Osamu 手...

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The Japanese artist (1928-1989) created more than 700 manga series with about 170,000 pages of drawings, and 200,000 pages of anime storyboards and scripts.



Franz Kline Biography

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Learn more about Franz Kline (1910-1962), a well-known American abstract expressionist painter.



Art History Definition: The Fourth Dimension

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The Fourth Dimension refers to time among the other dimensions: length, width and depth, or it refers to the mental processes, such as perceiving and feeling.



Was Leonardo a Vegetarian?

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What Makes Abstract Expressionism?

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Abstract Expressionism was a movement or artists that began during the 1940s, and incorporated a deeply personal, unrecognizable style of painting.



Eva Gouel, Picasso's Lover

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Florence's Importance to the Early Renaissance

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Learn five key reasons Florence, Italy became center stage for Early Italian Renaissance art and the place where many artists launched their careers during in the 15th-century.



What's the Difference Between the Northern and...

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The Northern Renaissance took place across Europe, but outside of Italy, in countries including France, the Netherlands and Germany.



Artists in 60 Seconds: Shepard Fairey

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Frank Shepard Fairey (born February 15, 1970), an American contemporary street artist, first began to appear in the news for wheat pasting, sticker tagging, and the numerous accompanying arrests that now comprise his official criminal record.



American Gothic Coloring Page

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A line drawing of Grant Wood's American Gothic for your coloring page fun. You are free to save and print this image for personal, educational and non-commercial purposes. Page 5.



What Was Leonardo's Name?

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: What Was Leonardo's Name? : In The Da Vinci Code , Robert Langdon refers to Leonardo as "Da Vinci."



Do-It-Yourself Marilyn Monroe Coloring Page

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There is no wrong way to go when choosing your own Marilyn color scheme. In fact, Andy Warhol revisited his 'Marilyn Series' several times and made some rather curious choices of his own (think: pumpkin, black-brown and lime green). One is left supposing that your Do-It-Yourself Marilyn could undergo the star treatment with some glitter, sequins and, possibly, a few glued-on feathers. Page 6.



Top 10 Tips for Art History Students

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Ten tips gathered from top art history students help new art history students organize, prioritize, and memorize. These tips focus on reading, classroom participation and study practice that aid in memorizing art history information, such as artists' names, titles, dates, media, dimension and location.



How to Write an Art History Paper

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Advice on how to write an art history paper, written by an art history professor, offering dos and don'ts that will help you complete the assignment on time. Appropriate for high school and college students.



assemblage

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Fernande Olivier, Pablo Picasso's Lover

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The early twentieth century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso met his first great love Fernande Olivier near his studio in Montmartre in 1904. She inspired his Rose Period works and the early Cubists paintings and sculptures. They ended their relationship in 1912.



Robert Indiana Biography - Art History

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Learn more about Robert Indiana, an American painter, sculptor and printmaker best known for his Love sculpture series.



The Entire History of Art in 5 Steps

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The entirety of art history broken up chronologically into five chunks, beginning with Ancient Art (circa 30,000 B.C. to 400 A.D.) through the present.