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Date Issued:
2015
Summary:
Eliciting Liturgical Participation: The Southwest Vestibule Mosaic in Hagia Sophia by Katie Townsend / Evidence of Animistic Practice at Casas Grandes: Marine Shell and the Walk-in Well by Jennifer Clary / Constructing Cosmography: The Printed Image as a Visual Tool in Peter Apian’s Cosmographicus Liber by Alexandra Challenger / The Oratorians’ Icon: The Madonna Vallicelliana in Post-Tridentine Rome by Jeffrey Fraiman / Imitatio and Aemulatio: Reevaluating Aert de Gelder’s Self-Portrait as Zeuxis by Michele L. Frederick / Fashionable Modernity: Agency and Spectacle in James Tissot’s Portrait of the Marquise de Miramon by Maura Gleeson / Illuminating Addiction: Morphinomania in Fin de Siècle Visual Culture by Natalia Angeles Vieyra / Visual Irony and Racial Humor in Winslow Homer’s The Watermelon Boys by Margarita Karasoulas / The Battle Lines Were Drawn: The US Army’s Struggle to Publish World War I Combat Art by Ranelle Knight-Lueth / Silent Struggles: The Graphic Radicalism of the Woodcut Novel by Jennifer Camp / American Vernacular Art in 1938 Paris: Its Categorization and Reception at MoMA’s Three by Caroline M. Riley / The Representation of Soviet Urbanscape as Alienation and Loneliness in Estonian Hyperrealist Paintings of the 1970s by Christina Morandi
Title: Athanor.
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Name(s): Florida State University. Art History Students' Organization, Sponsor
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Periodicals
Issuance: serial
Date Issued: 2015
Publisher: Florida State University
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Extent: 114 pages
Language(s): English
Summary: Eliciting Liturgical Participation: The Southwest Vestibule Mosaic in Hagia Sophia by Katie Townsend / Evidence of Animistic Practice at Casas Grandes: Marine Shell and the Walk-in Well by Jennifer Clary / Constructing Cosmography: The Printed Image as a Visual Tool in Peter Apian’s Cosmographicus Liber by Alexandra Challenger / The Oratorians’ Icon: The Madonna Vallicelliana in Post-Tridentine Rome by Jeffrey Fraiman / Imitatio and Aemulatio: Reevaluating Aert de Gelder’s Self-Portrait as Zeuxis by Michele L. Frederick / Fashionable Modernity: Agency and Spectacle in James Tissot’s Portrait of the Marquise de Miramon by Maura Gleeson / Illuminating Addiction: Morphinomania in Fin de Siècle Visual Culture by Natalia Angeles Vieyra / Visual Irony and Racial Humor in Winslow Homer’s The Watermelon Boys by Margarita Karasoulas / The Battle Lines Were Drawn: The US Army’s Struggle to Publish World War I Combat Art by Ranelle Knight-Lueth / Silent Struggles: The Graphic Radicalism of the Woodcut Novel by Jennifer Camp / American Vernacular Art in 1938 Paris: Its Categorization and Reception at MoMA’s Three by Caroline M. Riley / The Representation of Soviet Urbanscape as Alienation and Loneliness in Estonian Hyperrealist Paintings of the 1970s by Christina Morandi
Identifier: FSU_ARCH_N1A92_XXXIII (IID)
Subject(s): Arts
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