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  • THE ART OF LOOKING: ART, SCIENCE, AND OBSERVATION IN LATE ENLIGHTENMENT BRITAIN 

    Simon, Esther (2019-06-28)
    This project will examine the artistic and visual culture of the late Enlightenment (roughly 1750-1830) with a focus on Great Britain. Specifically, I will be examining how the New Science of the Enlightenment, with its ...
  • No Guts No Glory: Dissecting Flesh With Paint 

    Bozzelli, Caterina (2011-06-01)
    The human body is a finely tuned organic machine that man has learned to gainfully disturb through modern medicine. In embroidering, making prints and painting, I pictorially expose these disruptions while simultaneously ...
  • Painting Interiors: An Excavation of the Subterranean World 

    Chen, Amy (2017-07-05)
    As an artist, I have a responsibility to dream. These dreams are often made up of fragments of my life experiences and observations. The ordinary scenes I experience daily, give rise to escapism that help soothe the rigid ...
  • Revising Art History: The Critical Fortunes of Botticelli 

    Gomez, Ximena (2011-02-16)
    I seek to argue that Alessandro Botticelli s unique critical fortunes that is, his success as an artist in late-fifteenth century Florence, his dismissal by Giorgio Vasari and subsequent obscurity, and his rehabilitation ...