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Papers On Artists, Art Genre, & Famous Works Of Art
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Appropriation, Simulation and David Carson
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This 5 page paper discusses the art techniques of appropriation and simulation, and argues that David Carson's work is too original to be considered as conforming to the postmodern theory that defines them. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: HVCarson.rtf

Archaeology, Authenticity, and Aesthetics of Douris’s Dionysiac Scenes, “Dancing Satyrs and Maenads” Cup (Kylix)
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A 10 page paper which identifies and examines the object, describes its detail, and assesses its value and authenticity. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Architect Dom Hans Van Der Laan and His Theories About Architectonic Space:
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This 9 page paper discusses the style of architect Dom Hans Van Der Laan and his ideas about architectonic space. More specifically, this book references his book entitled "Architectonic Space", which addresses this issue. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Architectural and Spatial Comparisons Found in Rietveld’s “Schroder House”, Katsura Palace, and the Work of Mondrian
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This is a 10 page paper discussing spatial design used by Rietveld, Mondrian and Kobori Enshu. Architect, artist and designer Gerrit Rietveld was part of an art movement in the Netherlands in the 1920s called “De Stijl” (The Style). One of the movement’s co-founders was artist Piet Mondrian, also from the Netherlands, whose work such as “Composition in Red, Yellow and Blue” emphasized the use of universalism, geometric forms and primary colors in addition to black and white in the creation of space. While Mondrian was primarily concerned with how his two-dimensional paintings could expand to include the interior environment which surrounded them within a room, Rietveld took the ideas proposed by the De Stijl movement into the architectural designs of homes. One of the best examples of Rietveld’s designs is found in Schroder House (1924) in Utrecht in which the use of creating space using geometric shapes, planes, primary colors and movement of walls is applied. Rietveld allows for the light from the outside to come into the house adding to the creation of space through the play of light on the walls and floors which have minimal decoration and are sparsely furnished to allow for an expansive creative space. The idea of universalism and geometric space to allow for the creation of space is not unique in architectural design and can be found as far back as the 1600s in Kobori Enshu’s design of the Katsura Palace in Kyoto which applied the creation of space with the tatami module design also using moveable walls and walls which opened to the environment for flexibility in space. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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Architecture and Affluence
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This 4 page paper examines architecture and affluence but focuses primarily on Cecil Balmond and Louis Kahn. Research is provided to support the assumptions. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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