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“The Return of the Body of Meleager to Kalydon and “The Indian Triumph of Dionysus”
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A 5 page paper which compares two sarcophagi, both from Rome, “The Return of the Body of Meleager to Kalydon” and “The Indian Triumph of Dionysus.” Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAmeleag.rtf

“The Weather Project” by Olafur Eliasson
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A 6 page paper which analyzes and discusses the art piece “The Weather Project” by Olafur Eliasson. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAolafur.rtf

"Madonna Enthroned" Times Two: Cimabue and Duccio.
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(11 pp) One way that art history has been studied is to trace the development of the realistic portrayal of the human form through visual art. We move from the ideal of the Greek physical body, to the early Gothic Christian influence of linear and simple depictions, forward to the beginnings of the Renaissance where once more the human shape starts to develop a realistic identity. Bibliography lists 6 sources and 3 visuals.
Filename: BBcimduc.doc

"Sword And Sheath," "Scholar's Studio" And "Red, White And Blue" - The Color Red
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8 pages in length. The color red in any context indicates strength, power and even defiance; in some cases, it also means a statement about war, conflict and other strife. Compared to all other colors of the rainbow, the color red is symbolic of political, social and religious ideals where a strong statement needs to be made. Within the art world, the color red represents the same indicators, often utilized in such a way as to blend with softer colors in order to temper the strength so prominent in red. Three countries with artists who proudly use red as a reflection of their nations' history are Africa, Korea and the United States, with red being a prominent color in Sword and Sheath, Scholar's Studio and Red, White and Blue. The theme associated with red in each of these works of art illustrates how each artist utilizes the color to represent strong emotional attachment to his or her country. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCColorRed.rtf

"Veiled Lady"/Pietro Rossi
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A 3 page essay that describes and analyzes the "Veiled Lady," a marble bust by Pietro Rossi (1882). The writer gives a brief background on the work and then describes it in detail before discussing its features. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khvelady.rtf


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