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Turning the Pages: Paul Cézanne Sketchbook
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Paul Cézanne's sketchbook testifies to the everyday nature of his drawing exercises. Not only does he sketch his entire family, his young son occasionally takes his turn in this book, and a list...
Turning the Pages: Paul Cézanne Sketchbook
Turning the Pages: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916), Sketchbook, c. 1879–85
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Odilon Redon's oblong sketchbook of whimsical creations ranges from melancholy sketches to more finished designs, with contrasting darks and lights abounding.
Turning the Pages: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916), <em>Sketchbook</em>, c. 1879–85
Turning the Pages: James Castle (American, 1900-1977), Untitled (Book), n.d.
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Enigmatic and extraordinary, James Castle was a self-taught artist who was deaf and mute from birth, but created his own visual language through his drawings, books and three-dimensional...
Turning the Pages: James Castle (American, 1900-1977), <em>Untitled (Book)</em>, n.d.
Turning the Pages: Jindřich Heisler (1899-1942) and Toyen (1902-1980), Z kasemat spánku: realisované básne, 1940
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The little book Z kasemat spánku (From the Strongholds of Sleep; 1940) rates conceptually and materially as the most precious product of Czech wartime Surrealism. A technically...
Turning the Pages: Jind&#345;ich Heisler (1899-1942) and Toyen (1902-1980), Z kasemat spánku: realisované básne, 1940
Turning the Pages: Johann Michael Kirschbaum (1725–1782), New Tie-Up and Pattern Book for the Advancement of the Noble Linen and Pattern-Weaver’s Art, 1771
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In compiling this volume, Johann Michael Kirschbaum, a master weaver of patterned linens in Heilbronn, Germany, aimed to offer fellow weavers and patrons a selection of patterns that could be...
Turning the Pages:  Johann Michael Kirschbaum (1725–1782), New Tie-Up and Pattern Book for the Advancement of the Noble Linen and Pattern-Weaver’s Art, 1771
Turning the Pages: Jacques-Louis David, (French, 1748–1825) Sketchbook, 1809/10
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This digital reconstruction allows you to page through one of Jacques-Louis David’s sketchbooks; his drawings begin eleven page spreads into the partially-blank book. The sketchbook is one of three...
Turning the Pages: Jacques-Louis David, (French, 1748–1825) Sketchbook, 1809/10
Turning the Pages: Jacobellus of Salerno (active around 1270), Gradual Manuscript, about 1270
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Choir books were essential in guiding members of a monastic community through the Divine Office, a cycle of hourly and daily readings, hymns, and sung responses. The large scale and legible text and...
Turning the Pages:  Jacobellus of Salerno (active around 1270), Gradual Manuscript, about 1270
Video: Case Studies in Modern and Contemporary Sculpture: Eva Hesse and Richard Serra
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In anticipation of the exhibition Charles Ray: Sculpture, 1997-2014, this four-part series traces an evolution of modern and contemporary sculpture.

Kirsten Swenson, assistant...
Video: Case Studies in Modern and Contemporary Sculpture: Eva Hesse and Richard Serra
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
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Cartoonist Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution, uses highlights of his work to reveal his process for creating editorial cartoons that are both pointed and funny.
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
Video: Gagaku Performance by the Imperial Palace Music Department, 2000
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In this video, the zither (gakusô) and pipes (shô) are played as part of a traditional ensemble performing a kuniburi no utamai (native-style music developed in...
Video: Gagaku Performance by the Imperial Palace Music Department, 2000
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