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Framing Profile: Tree and Sea, Maine, 1919
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Marin’s step-frame approach appears on four of the five frames in the Art Institute’s holdings from this period, and typifies the design profile most associated with him today. This approach, as one...
Framing Profile: <em>Tree and Sea, Maine</em>, 1919
Framing Profile: Sea, Green and Brown, Maine, 1937
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The final frame in the museum’s holdings from this period is that of Sea, Green and Brown, Maine. In this case, the artist may have felt that the slanted molding with astragals was not...
Framing Profile: <em>Sea, Green and Brown, Maine</em>, 1937
Teacher Manual: Many Faces: Modern Portraits & Identities
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This teacher manual explores issues of identity. The range of portraiture includes an early daguerreotype of the abolitionist Frederick Douglass, Impressionist portraits, and portraits by 19th- and...
Teacher Manual: Many Faces: Modern Portraits &amp; Identities
Teacher Manual: Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time
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This teaching manual was produced to assist teachers in maximizing their educational experience with the exhibition Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time which encouraged viewers to...
Teacher Manual: Art Inside Out: Exploring Art and Culture through Time
Classroom or Home Activity: America Personified
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Discussion questions and activity ideas to be used with the following works of art: America; Bronco Buster; American Gothic; Trolley, New Orleans; and M &...
Classroom or Home Activity: America Personified
01. Bryan Robertson, Jackson Pollock. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1960.
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Publishing: Jackson Pollock, Greyed Rainbow, 1953. 1955.494
01. Bryan Robertson, <em>Jackson Pollock</em>. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1960.
Teacher Manual: Telling Images: Stories in Art
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Stories shape our knowledge and understanding of the world we live in. Telling stories helps all of us to understand who we are and what we believe. For visual artists the challenge is to tell a...
Teacher Manual: Telling Images: Stories in Art
02. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Juan Gris. Paris: Gallimard, 1946.
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Publishing (bottom left): Juan Gris, The Glass of Beer, 1914. 1997.544.
02. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, <em>Juan Gris</em>. Paris: Gallimard, 1946.
04. United States Copyright Office, Catalog of Copyright Entries. July-Dec. 1960
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Many of the rare instances in which an artist "renewed" the copyright of an artwork occurred when the artist filed a renewal application for a book by the artist illustrating the artwork. When...
04. United States Copyright Office, <em>Catalog of Copyright Entries</em>. July-Dec. 1960
03. Camera Work, No. 1. New York: January 1903
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The difference between a publication-based copyright term and a life-based term is evident with this photograph, published in a 1903 issue of Camera Work. Stielgitz died fewer than 70 years...
03. <em>Camera Work</em>, No. 1. New York: January 1903
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