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Examination: Rodin's Adam
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An exploration of Rodin's ability to convey physical and emotional torment in his towering sculpture of Adam.
Introduction: Monet's London Series
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An introduction to Monet's large group of paintings of the Thames River in London, completed between 1900 and 1903.
Artist Biography: Auguste Rodin
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A concise biography about Rodin's life and work.
Quick Facts: Rodin's The Walking Man
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Quick facts about the artist and his sculptures.
Poem: "The Walking Man of Rodin" by Carl Sandburg
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A poem inspired by Auguste Rodin's The Walking Man, c. 1900.
Examination: Rodin's Development of The Walking Man
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Learn how Rodin's The Walking Man, a major achievement in the history of modern sculpture, developed over a period of more than twenty years.
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: City and Country: Views of Urban and Rural Japan
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In the first half of the 20th century, Japan’s cities were developing at an astounding rate. The change was particularly noticeable in Tokyo, where the Ginza district bustled with shoppers and...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: City and Country: Views of Urban and Rural Japan
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Connoisseurship of Japanese Prints, Part II: Contemporary Artists
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Continuing with the theme of the previous exhibition, which explored issues of connoisseurship in Edo-period (1615–1868) prints, the current installation addresses the same questions in works from...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Connoisseurship of Japanese Prints, Part II: Contemporary Artists
Introduction: Whistler's Self Portrait
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An introduction to Whistler's delicate self-portrait.
Overview: Gauguin's Belief in the "Art of Abstraction"
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An overview of Gauguin's imaginative, decorative painting of women caught in violent winds in an Arles park.
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