States of War: New European and American Paintings ebook
by Bruce Guenther
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Bruce Guenther, Seattle Art Museum. The American Road Part II: Crossing the American Landscape Into the Modern Era. Fifty Northwest Artists. Bruce Guenther, Marsha Burns. Wendy Lynn Shuffett.
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States of war. new European and American paintings. Published 1985 by Seattle Art Museum in Seattle, WA. Written in English. Exhibitions, Peace in art, Narrative painting, Genre painting, Figurative painting, Violence in art, Social problems in art, Themes, motives. Published in conjunction with the exhibition. held at the Seattle Art Museum, April 18-June 23, 1985"-Verso .
With the painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907; see gallery) Picasso created a new and radical picture depicting a raw . During the years between 1910 and the end of World War I and after the heyday of cubism, several movements emerged in Paris.
With the painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907; see gallery) Picasso created a new and radical picture depicting a raw and primitive brothel scene with five prostitutes, violently painted women, reminiscent of African tribal masks and his own new proto-Cubist inventions. Analytic cubism, exemplified by Violin and Candlestick, Paris, was jointly developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque from about 1908 through 1912.
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American Discovery Viewed by Native Americans (Thomas Hart Benton .
American Discovery Viewed by Native Americans (Thomas Hart Benton, 1922). European "discovery" and colonization would have disastrous effects on the indigenous peoples of the Americas and their societies. Painting depicting a Castas with his mixed-race daughter and his Mulatta wife by Miguel Cabrera, 1763.
During the American Civil War, Russia supported Abraham Lincoln and the North. We don't need Northern and Southern states - we shall only be satisfied with the United States of America," the Russian foreign minister wrote to the Americans, reminding them that the Russians had been their guardian angel since the time of the first . The Red Army together with the armies of our allies will break the backbone of the Nazi beast," J. Stalin.
Native Americans were the first inhabitants of this rich land. The Civil War was followed by the reconstruction era in which a change in the overall atmosphere brought in a change that comes with growth. The story of the United States begins with the thirteen colonies which by the late 18th century had . million people. In its struggle towards independence, the Declaration of Independence led to the American Revolution in 1776. Slavery ended, states that broke off from the union were readmitted, and the national government grew stronger. All 48 contiguous states had been admitted in 1912, Alaska and Hawaii were added later in the mid 20th century.