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For Entrepreneurs: Venture Capital Structures
VCs typically preserve the right to convert their preferred shares into common stock should that provide a better economic return. ...
Current Art : Essays : Truth in Painting
May 20, 2000 ... Like everything in art, the concept of truth is completely subjective. ... Others, like Vic Munoz's copy of The Raft of the Medusa in syrup ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Delacroix
Delacroix is well known for his journals, which he wrote briefly during his youth and then ... Excerpts from Delacroix's Journals (source). 7 May 1824 ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Nerdrum
Nerdrum says that he is not an artist, but a practitioner of kitsch. ... Kitsch is not modern art. Kitsch refers to the sensual and the timeless." ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Sloan
John Sloan was born in Lock-Haven, PA. His father was an unsuccessful businessman and ... Unless otherwise noted, the below excerpts come from Gist of Art.] ...
Art History: Artists on Art: The Painting Process
"The big artist... keeps a sharp eye on Nature and steals her tools. He learns what she does with light the big tool and then color then form and ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Van Gogh
While it is not quite true that he never sold a piece of art, during his lifetime his primary supporters were his brother Theo and other artists. Van Gogh ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Klee
Paul Klee was born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland, and grew up in Bern. ... [editor's note: regarding entry 140, Klee decided to turn to sculpture and ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Henri
Robert Henri (1865 - 1929). [editor's note: one can learn a great deal about Henri from his letters to John Sloan and his 1923 book The Art Spirit, ...
Art History : Gallery & Glossary : Henri
Robert Henri (1865 - 1929). [editor's note: one can learn a great deal about Henri from his letters to John Sloan and his 1923 book The Art Spirit, ...
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