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Family Activity: Looking Glasses
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Examine John Constable's painting Stoke-by-Nayland, 1836 and see the English countryside come to life. Includes...
Family Activity: Looking Glasses
Examination: Manet's The Races at Longchamp
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A look at Manet's depiction of a horse race and his ability to capture the explosive movement of the horses and the bustle of the crowd.
Teacher Manual: Taoism and the Arts of China: Journey to Perfect Harmony
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Taoism is a world of beliefs, writings, ceremonial practices, study, art, and philosophy that strives to harmonize the life of human beings with the forever and naturally changing universe. This...
Teacher Manual: Taoism and the Arts of China: Journey to Perfect Harmony
Overview: Moreau's Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra
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An exploration of Moreau's eerie mythological painting and its possible political implications.
Overview: Bonnard's Earthly Paradise
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An exploration of Bonnard's large-scale composition of Adam and Eve in a melancholic scene.
Introduction: Inness's Spirituality in Painting
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An introduction to Inness's philosophical beliefs and a look at the spiritual qualities of his Florida landscape of marshes and mist.
Quick Facts: Seurat's A Sunday on La Grande Jatte
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Quick facts about the production of this enormous painting of a park.
Summary: Moreau's Mythological Portrayal in Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra
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Quick facts about the artist's painting of Hercules' second labor.
Introduction: Gauguin's Why Are You Angry? (No Te Aha Oe Riri)
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An introduction to Gauguin's intriguing painting of Tahitian women in front of a thatched house. Just like its title, the painting leaves the viewer with questions.
Introduction: Bonnard's Earthly Paradise
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An introduction to one of four decorative panels with the theme of the pastoral landscape that the artist created as an ensemble between 1916 and 1920.
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