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Iba N'Diaye - Biography and Paintings - The Art History Archive
Iba N'Diaye was born in 1928 in Saint Louis, Senegal, which, like all port towns, is a place where many races and cultures meet. At the age of fifteen, ...
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Iconic Images of War - The Art History Archive
His photo was seen on the cover of Time Magazine later that month, and is still remembered today as one of the most infamous images of the Vietnam War. ...
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Ken Danby - Biography and Paintings of Canadian Artist - The Art ...
He knew from an early age that he wanted to be an artist and was support in that dream by his parents, Gertrude and Edison Danby. ...
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The History of Pin-Up Art - The Art History Archive
The prototypical pin-up postcard artist of the nineteenth century, Raphael Kirchner, ... The most famous pupil was Gil Elvgren, who worked at Sundblom's ...
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The History of Pin-Up Art - The Art History Archive
Sundblom's lush oil technique influenced a roster of important pin-up artists. The most famous pupil was Gil Elvgren, who worked at Sundblom's Stevens-Gross ...
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Vincent Van Gogh - Biography, Quotes & Paintings - The Art History ...
In Vincent Van Gogh's own words, he said, "What lives in art and is eternally .... On the other hand, Vincent was rejecting and obstinate, making himself .... paint in ways that conveyed his sympathies for the hard lives of peasants. ...
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The History of Fantasy Art & Fantasy Artists - The Art History Archive
I have yet to find an art history book which lists "fantasy art" as an art .... "Sword and Sorcery", the fantasy pulp fiction magazine mentioned above, ...
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The History of Fantasy Art & Fantasy Artists - The Art History Archive
I have yet to find an art history book which lists "fantasy art" as an art .... In 1923 "Weird Tales" (the first all-fantasy fiction magazine) was created. ...
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Daphne Odjig - Canadian Art History and Native Art - The Art ...
Daphne changed her last name to “fisher” (an old English translation of Odjig) because of some racism she experienced in Parry Sound. ...
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Jack Bush - Canadian Abstract Painter - The Art History Archive
Jack John Hamilton Bush was born in Toronto, Ontario on March 20 1909, ... Although Jack Bush painted large-scale abstract paintings in the early 1950s, ...
 
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