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News From Nowhere and ‘Garden Cities’: Morris’s Utopia and Nineteenth-Century Town-DesignNews From Nowhere and ‘Garden Cities’: Morris’s Utopia and Nineteenth-Century Town-Design
Boos, Florence S. “News From Nowhere and ‘Garden Cities’: Morris’s Utopia and Nineteenth-Century Town-Design.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies n s. 2 (Fall 1998): 5-27
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Power for the ParkinsonsPower for the Parkinsons
The electrification of the farm dramatically transformed life in the American countryside
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Cultural policy profiles: SyriaCultural policy profiles: Syria
In: Cultural Policies in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, lebanon, Marocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunesia. An introduction, Cultural resource/European Cultural Foundation, Bookmanstudies, 2010, 174-201
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For immediate releaseFor immediate release
For years Ginsberg’s photographs languished among his papers. When he finally rediscovered them in the 1980s, he reprinted them, adding handwritten inscriptions
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Monitoring Shock and Vibration during the Transportation of Paintings David SaundersMonitoring Shock and Vibration during the Transportation of Paintings David Saunders
Most modern packing cases, including those used at the National Gallery, provide an efficient barrier against all but the most extreme external environmental conditions (note 1)
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Packing: a case Study Sarah StaniforthPacking: a case Study Sarah Staniforth
The lid of the crate was attached with screws or captive bolts. For paintings travelling within the uk the inner case was dispensed with and the painting was packed directly into the outer crate
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Clay figures from the Han Dynasty (China)Clay figures from the Han Dynasty (China)
Make figures out of modelling clay or play dough using tomb figurines from the Han Dynasty (206 bc–ad 220) as inspiration
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Anzac Centenary Submission Form Tasmanian Veterans’ Advisory CouncilAnzac Centenary Submission Form Tasmanian Veterans’ Advisory Council
Council (tvac) has considered the theme headings and submits ideas against the first five. Most suggestions have a national perspective and relate to activities that can be undertaken across all States and Territories
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Mutability: The Interaction of Past and Present in English RomanticismMutability: The Interaction of Past and Present in English Romanticism
Turner, their nineteenth century context, and on four of their paintings, Turner’s Dido Building Carthage; or the Rise of the Carthaginian Empire, and The Fighting ‘Temeraire’, tugged to her Last Berth to be broken up, 1838
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Art History Web Site Karen LangArt History Web Site Karen Lang
Our program features strong ties to the usc-huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, the usc-getty Program in the History of Collecting and Display, the interdisciplinary initiative in Visual, Literary, and Material Culture at usc
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Economics and Art HistoryEconomics and Art History
Economists consider art history as descriptive. Their often-heavy use of mathematics, statistics and econometrics, and the very idea that economists look at (and study)
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Volume 8 number 2, 2009 Aesthetic Revolution, the Staging of (‘Homosexual’) Equality and Contemporary Art Roger CookVolume 8 number 2, 2009 Aesthetic Revolution, the Staging of (‘Homosexual’) Equality and Contemporary Art Roger Cook
Aesthetic Revolution, the Staging of (‘Homosexual’) Equality and Contemporary Art
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The art of warThe art of war
The Canadian War Museum mounts an ambitious exhibition of paintings that have not been seen for decades
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Leonardo in Verrocchio’s Workshop: Re-examining the Technical Evidence Jill DunkertonLeonardo in Verrocchio’s Workshop: Re-examining the Technical Evidence Jill Dunkerton
Compagnia in 1472 (note 2). Almost all that we know about Leonardo’s early years comes from Vasari (note 3), writing a century later and with his biographies coloured and often distorted by his aim of presenting a continuous progression and improvement of the arts
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Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)
Americans, Japanese Americans, Korean Americans, and Vietnamese Americans. Large numbers of people from India, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia have also immigrated to the United States
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