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Audio Lecture: Second Cities—20th-Century American Artists in Chicago and Mexico City
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The Terra Foundation for American Art presents Amy Galpin, San Diego Museum of Art, as she explores the work of Morris Topchevsky, Edward Millman, Florence Arquin, Charles White, and others who were...
Audio Lecture: Second Cities—20th-Century American Artists in Chicago and Mexico City
Audio Lecture: Elizabeth Catlett—Affiliations in Chicago
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Melanie Herzog, Edgewood College, revisits Elizabeth Catlett’s place in a lively community of socially conscious Chicago artists in the 1940s. Presented with the Terra Foundation for American Art.
Audio Lecture: Elizabeth Catlett—Affiliations in Chicago
Audio Lecture: The Strange Genius of Sir John Soane
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Tim Knox, Sir John Soane's Museum, London, traces Soane's highly original and idiosyncratic reinterpretation of classical architecture and design. Artwork: Side Chair, 1802-1810. England....
Audio Lecture: The Strange Genius of Sir John Soane
Audio Lecture: All Receding Together, One Hundred Slanting LInes
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Jerome Silbergeld, Princeton University, probes architectural details in Chinese painting, discovering political and social references in the relationship between two dimensional images and their...
Audio Lecture: All Receding Together, One Hundred Slanting LInes
Audio Lecture: Fans of A Harlot’s Progress and the Commodification of Hogarthian Motifs
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Christina D. Michelon, master’s candidate in art history at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, presents her paper, “Fans of A Harlot’s Progress and the Commodification of Hogarthian...
Audio Lecture: Fans of <em>A Harlot’s Progress</em> and the Commodification of Hogarthian Motifs
Audio Lecture: Fans of A Harlot’s Progress and the Commodification of Hogarthian Motifs
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Christina D. Michelon, Master’s candidate in Art History at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, presents her paper, “Fans of A Harlot’s Progress and the Commodification of Hogarthian...
Audio Lecture: Fans of <em>A Harlot’s Progress</em> and the Commodification of Hogarthian Motifs
Audio Lecture: Better for Haunts—Victorian Houses and the Modern Imagination
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Sarah Burns, professor emerita at Indiana University, asks: Why does the Addams family live in a decayed Victorian house? Why does the ominous mansion in Psycho have a mansard roof? Examining the...
Audio Lecture: Better for Haunts—Victorian Houses and the Modern Imagination
Audio Lecture: The Wit of Illusion—Trompe l’Oeil in American Art
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Wendy Bellion, University of Delaware, explores the perceptual riddles of trompe l’oeil art from the Peale family in the 1790s to William Michael Harnett. Presented with the Terra Foundation for...
Audio Lecture: The Wit of Illusion—Trompe l’Oeil in American Art
Audio Lecture: George Bellows—An Unfinished Life
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Charles Brock, National Gallery of Art, addresses discrepancies between the early and late work of American artist George Bellows in this first of a three-part lecture series. Presented with the...
Audio Lecture: George Bellows—An Unfinished Life
Audio Lecture: The Pursuit of Elegance—Performance and Self-Fashioning in Congolese Style
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La Sape, a contemporary high-fashion subculture from urban Congo, exemplifies the spirited, performative approach to fashion that is common across Africa. Rebecca Fenton, PhD candidate at Indiana...
Audio Lecture: The Pursuit of Elegance—Performance and Self-Fashioning in Congolese Style

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