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Art Institute exhibition curator Martha Wolff provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 in the seminar also featuring two University of Chicago faculty members, art...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Martha Wolf
University of Chicago's French literature professor Daisy Delogu provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institute...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France
Artwork and Artist Information: The Adoration of the Magi, attributed to Raffaello Botticini.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>The Adoration of the Magi</em>, attributed to Raffaello Botticini
University of Chicago art historian Rebecca Zorach provides insight into the rich and varied court arts of France around 1500 as part of a seminar also featuring Art Institutes exhibition curator...
Audio Lecture: Seminar: Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, Rebecca Zorach
The first manifesto of Futurist painting is signed by Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà, Luigi Russolo, Giacomo Balla, and Gino Severini, and dated 11 April 1910.
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03. Umberto Boccioni, <em>Manifeste des peintres futuristes</em>. Milan: Direction du mouvement futuriste, [1910]
See a Prout's Neck subject where Homer used transparent watercolor.
National Gallery of Art work...
Video: Transparent Watercolor
Learn more about transparent and opaque watercolor.
National Gallery of Art works featured in...
Video: Transparent and Opaque Watercolor
See another work where Homer's alteration from underdrawing to watercolor changes the apparent meaning of the scene.
National Gallery of Art object featured in the video:
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Video: Underdrawing and Alteration
Gloria Groom, David and Mary Winton Green Senior Curator of 19th-Century European Painting and Sculpture, takes you on a detailed tour of one of Caillebotte's masterpieces.
Video Postcard: <em>Paris Street; Rainy Day</em> (1877)
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