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Heide Goettner-Abendroth: The Dancing Goddess. Principles of a Matriarchal AestheticHeide Goettner-Abendroth: The Dancing Goddess. Principles of a Matriarchal Aesthetic
The Dancing Goddess. Principles of a Matriarchal Aesthetic Beacon Press, Boston ma, 1991
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Feminist Art in U. S. began at csu, Fresno!Feminist Art in U. S. began at csu, Fresno!
Peg Brand work for Oct. 2010 show “Scientific Inquiry, Artistic Expression: iu school of Medicine Juried Art Exhibition
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Gothic Art 5th Century to 16th Century A. DGothic Art 5th Century to 16th Century A. D
Early Renaissance, Florentine School Donatello was trained as a sculptor by Ghiberti, but used his own vision to create figures that were the most lifelike seen since Antiquity. St. George
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The Life and Work of HomerThe Life and Work of Homer
His influence was felt not only on literature, but on ethics and morality via lessons from his masterpieces. He is the first source to look for information on Greek myth and religion. Yet, despite his prominence
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Unit 3: Early Modern Times: 1348 – 1800Unit 3: Early Modern Times: 1348 – 1800
Rome, where great artists create masterpieces. You will be there for the Renaissance, or rebirth of learning. You will travel to Germany and learn about the Reformation
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Carolyn Korsmeyer, 1950Carolyn Korsmeyer, 1950
Fair in Aesthetics. Her book Making Sense of Taste: Food and Philosophy (1999) explores the neglected gustatory sense of taste and its claims for aesthetic status
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