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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: Fantasy and Reality in the Early Life of Taddeo Drawings by Federico Zuccaro
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Julian Brooks, the Assistant Curator of Drawings at the J. Paul Getty Museum, speaks on the draughtman's transformation of nature into art.
Part of a one-day symposium presented in conjunction...
Audio Lecture: Fantasy and Reality in the Early Life of Taddeo Drawings by Federico Zuccaro
Audio Lecture: Feathered Serpents and Scarlet Macaws: Imagery of Casas Grandes Ceramics
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Elizabeth Pope, curatorial research assistant for the Casas Grandes exhibition, explores some of the complex cosmic symbolism to be found on this ancient American pottery.
Audio Lecture: Feathered Serpents and Scarlet Macaws: Imagery of Casas Grandes Ceramics
Audio Lecture: French Drawings: From Vouet to Ingres
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Margaret Morgan Grasselli, National Gallery of Art, spoke on "French Drawings: From Vouet to Ingres." The symposium "The Gray Collection—A Particular Eye" was hosted by Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt...
Audio Lecture: French Drawings: From Vouet to Ingres
Audio Lecture: Fresh Air and Pure Impressions: Winslow Homer's Watercolors
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In this special "sneak preview" of the upcoming Winslow Homer exhibition, Martha Tedeschi, curator of prints and drawings, offers an...
Audio Lecture: Fresh Air and Pure Impressions: Winslow Homer's Watercolors
Audio Lecture: From Harlem to the Character Project: Representing the Human Subject
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Dawoud Bey, photographer and professor of photography at Columbia College Chicago discusses his own work as a portrait photographer and documentarian.
Audio Lecture: From Harlem to the Character Project: Representing the Human Subject
Audio Lecture: From Photograph and Fragment to History
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Jeffrey Plank, University of Virginia, presented his lecture "From Photograph and Fragment to History" as a part of the symposium "From Fragment to Photograph—Interpreting Louis Sullivan's...
Audio Lecture: From Photograph and Fragment to History
Audio Lecture: From Public to Private: Drawing in France, 1850-1900
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Douglas Druick, Art Institute of Chicago, discussed "From Public to Private: Drawing in France, 1850–1900." The symposium "The Gray Collection—A Particular Eye" was hosted by Suzanne McCullagh, Anne...
Audio Lecture: From Public to Private: Drawing in France, 1850-1900
Audio Lecture: Genius of Sport—Baron Pierre de Coubertin and the Enduring Values of the Olympic Ideal
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George Hirthler, consultant to Chicago 2016, reviews the historic Olympic Movement and the leadership role taken by Baron Pierre de Coubertin that was necessary to achieve it. HIrthler invites us to...
Audio Lecture: Genius of Sport—Baron Pierre de Coubertin and the Enduring Values of the Olympic Ideal
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