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Ryszard Kowalczyk - 2001 - 361 pages
|Raising related beliefs Formula:α B(α) BeforeB(α) After pkw(business) ≡ pkw(|
commerce) 1.000 1.000 pkw(sculpture) → pkw(art) 1.000 1.000 pkw(business)
0.856 0.856 ¬pkw(sculpture) 0.785 0.856 ¬pkw(art) 0 0.856 Example 2: The
David Gray - 1901 - 96 pages
|Sculpture, Architecture, Painting : Official Handbook of Architecture and Sculpture |
and Art Catalogue to the Pan-American Exposition David Gray ... In order to
receive this perfect divine law of intelligence, man must crucify his natural self.
|2 "City Intelligence. Art at the Century," New York Evening Post, February 8, 1875|
, p. 3. 3 Quoted in George Sheldon, "Sketches and Studies - II," The Art Journal, 6
(April 1880), p. 107 4 Microscopic examination of the painting revealed that the ...
Robert J. Sternberg - 2003 - 227 pages
|Duchamp's Dada piece is simply a urinal turned on its back. The very act of |
entering such a piece in an art show is a statement about art - Duchamp's
sculpture made art-making focus on the definition of exactly what art is and what
art can be.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), Thayer Tolles - 1999 - 788 pages
|In 1892 she enrolled in a two—year art program at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn; |
Herbert Adams (pp. 360-64) was her instructor. ... “Frances Grimes: A Sculptor in
Whose Works One Reads Delicacy and Intelligence.” Arts and Decoration 14 ...
|Technological effects on the mental clime are reflected in an art that is becoming |
more and more intellectual and ... On the other hand, art as resulting in
achievement of Fry's "Faustian" dream — the creation of life and intelligence — is
seen as ...
|It would seem that the sculptor in a moment of discontent with himself had broken |
them off, and you cannot help regretting ... this, to imagine that the true artist can
be content to remain only a skilled workman and that he needs no intelligence.
|A refreshing analysis of the present state of art history by a leading scholar and critic, this book offers a concrete new way for interpreting art through the ages.|
|Deanna Fernie. Chapter 5 Donatello's Bust [A] half-finished bust, the features of |
which seemed to be struggling out of the stone, and, as it were, scattering and
dissolving its hard substance by the glow of feeling and intelligence. —
|... taken iu the sculpture. Thus in the view of anlient art, a collection of gems, not |
of coins, is the only real mode of accurately estimating the engraving of the an-
tieots. ... While, however, the sculpture of the classical antients far ex- Gent. Mao.
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