Art Intention

  • Art Essay for Intro to Art

    be considered a viable form of art. Photography can take what the world sees and instead of having to reproduce it through painting, it can be captured as it is seen and portrayed in nature. A photograph can be considered art by the way the content is portrayed. The photo may show forms of texture, use of lines, use of color and even create a collage. Photography was not accepted as art because it was a copy of what was seen with the eyes. Most people considered art to be created from your mind and

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  • History of Art

    that can be discussed is a novelty in the period[2]. As Blanning explains: “Culture was transformed from something which is representational into a commodity which could be desired for its own sake. Cultural industrialization had begun. The more that art objects were produced for the market, the more they escaped from the control of the old patrons – the court, the Church, and the nobles.”[3] In this statement we recognize on one hand the economical factor as influential in artistic development,

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  • Art 260

    Contemporary art- art that is relative to our current society. Art of the present. Artist is usually alive and making art right now. Being a flux: constantly changing. There is no unified, crystallized interpretation or theory of it. Diverse nature of issues, styles, and forms. Part of our culture and visual culture. * see a lot of mediums and diverse. * no dominate style or medium * what is considered painting is becoming blurred * New art forms appear besides traditionally recognized art forms

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  • Art History

    Art history From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the academic discipline of art history. For an overview of the history of art worldwide, see History of art. For other uses, see Art history (disambiguation). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2011) Venus de Milo on display at the Louvre

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  • Art & Intention

    Marcel Duchamp’s painting the Nude Descending a Staircase, and Michelangelo’s David were pieces of art that were met with heavy criticism in different ways. Duchamp, more so for his painting was deemed unrealistic and when initially viewed the audience found it insulting. Michelangelo’s statue David on the other hand received criticism due to political views and societal views about nudity. The objections seen and posed by audiences in the Duchamp painting was in that it didn’t make sense, there

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  • Egyptian Art - Art History

    Art History October 07, 2012 Art of Ancient Egypt – Chapter 03 The antiquity and continuity of Egyptian civilization were legendary, the period of roughly three thousand years during which Egyptian architecture, painting, and sculpture remained essentially the same. The main purpose of Egyptian art was to serve the needs of the royalty, especially the king and his retainers, both in this life and the next. Egyptian art reflected an idealized world, the ideal of the human figure developed early

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  • Art and Intention

    Art and Intention Checkpoint D Lopez Axia College of University of Phoenix Art 101 October 26, 2012 The reaction of the public was not being able to understand what the artist were trying to convey. Marcel Duchamp’s and Michelangelo’s David Nude Descending a Staircase showed this painting had two modern art movements, the Cubism and Futurism. Cubism: The Cubism period focused a lot of multiple viewpoints. Mapped the motion and energy of the body as

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  • Arts

    (1881-1973) 'Factory, Horta de Ebbo', 1909 (oil on canvas) Cubism was a truly revolutionary style of modern art developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques. It was the first style of abstract art which evolved at the beginning of the 20th century in response to a world that was changing with unprecedented speed. Cubism was an attempt by artists to revitalise the tired traditions of Western art which they believed had run their course. The Cubists challenged conventional forms of representation, such

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  • Columbus Has Good Intentions

    Columbus Had Good Intentions Jessica Peace Wayland Baptist University Documentation of Columbus’s journeys and explorations has created profoundly different opinions from those who study him. Columbus was a not a “wholly bad”(Royal, 2000, p.36) person, he did have genuine care and concern for the land and the Indians but he had duty and honor to his country that took precedence over anything else. Columbus was an eager but flawed man with documented contradictory actions but nonetheless is the

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  • Purchase Intention and Word of Mouth

    org Brand Love: Mediating Role in Purchase Intentions and Word-ofMouth Muhammad Yasin1, Amjad Shamim2 2 (Department of Business and Economics, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan) (Lecturer, Department of Business and Economics, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan) 1 Abstract: The objective of this research is two fold. First is to determine the impact of brand experience, brand trust and affective commitment on purchase intentions. Second is to ascertain the mediating role

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  • The Cultural Art of Body Art

    For a long time now body art and decoration has been a custom in many cultural groups. Through research we have learned about the different types of body art and ornamentation such as permanent and nonpermanent tattooing, scarification, and piercings. These forms of body art and ornamentation are done for a variety of reasons, ranging from identification purposes to religious rituals. “Skin, as a visible way of defining individual identity and cultural difference, is not only a highly elaborated

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  • Art Appreciation: Renaissance Art

    Jesus with a host of angels and shepherds. One of the major differences from the northern art is the sympathetic expressions on the faces of the on lookers. Fig. 12-7 During this time in the Renaissance era, southern Europe rebirths the nude in the artworks as was a normal in early Greek art. Figure 13-11 below, Michelangelo’s “David”, the figure embodies the antique ideal of the

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  • Arts and Intention

    Art and Intention The reaction of the public to Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase was the painting overturned conventions not only for depicting the female nude but also for representing three-dimensional space on a canvas. Michelangelo’s David it is one of the world’s most famous sculptures, considered a masterpiece of Renaissance art. But it did not meet with universal approval when it was first dis played in Florence, Italy, in 1504. The thing that contemporary

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  • The Art

    Bondo-f orms Minuet-form." Finale ."Song-"orm." The The . 155 Scherzo." Chapter XX Other Sonata Forms." 167 Overture." Concerto." Sonatina. "Symphony. Chapter The XXI Vocal Forms." Cavatina." The Mass." Ariar-form.Vocal The Art-song. Bondo. 172 Strophe-form." Chapter XXII Contrapuntal Forms." Imitations." 178 Monophony." Canon. Homophony." phony." Poly186 Chapter XXIII TheFugue." tion." Answer." Eepercussion and Subject." Coda.

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  • Photography as Art

    “Is photography art?” may appear to be a seemingly irrelevant question today. In our culture we are not only surrounded by media and marketing images for consumers. Camera images also function as decoration, provide spiritual enrichment, and give us insight into the past and present. In the years following the discovery of photography, however, this medium was criticized and critiqued while trying to be recognized as a form of artistic expression in a period dominated by painting. Similar to painters

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  • Arts

    developments in the plastic arts in the opening decades of the 20th century, responsible for significant developments in painting and sculpture. Although he was initially labeled a Fauve (wild beast), by the 1920s he was increasingly hailed as an upholder of the classical tradition in French painting. His mastery of the expressive language of colour and drawing, displayed in a body of work spanning over a half-century, won him recognition as a leading figure in modern art. Henri Matisse uses Fauvism as

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  • Entrepreneurial Intention

    Erasmus University of Rotterdam Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship The Impact of entrepreneurship education programs on entrepreneurial intentions: An application of the theory of planned behavior Master Thesis Sofia Karali 357726 Supervisor: Pr. Dr. Roy Thurik Erasmus School of Economics Co-reader: Hendrik Halbe MSc Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship Erasmus School of Economics Rotterdam 2013 Abstract Though many researchers have focused on entrepreneurship education, little research

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  • Art and Intention

    Nude Descending art work became one of the controversial works because people thought he was mocking the audience because they could not find a woman in the painting. The public did not like the Michelangelo’s David art work. They were offended by the nudity. People wanted to destroy the work. They had to put a skirt around to cover the nudity. What did viewers of the respective time periods find objectionable about each work? Viewer in the Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending art work did not understand

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  • Art Comparison

    Odalisque by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1814) (image: artble.com) (Fig. 2c) Close up of Grande Odalisque by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1814) (image: artble.com) The Age of Enlightenment brought two very different styles to the world of art and, in particular, to painting: the whimsical, indulgent Rococo and the more serious Neoclassical. In this essay I will be comparing two paintings; one in the style of Rococo, the other Neoclassical. The first, Resting Girl by François Boucher (1751-1752)

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  • What Makes Art Art

    Art is any form of self-expression. Art is something that is created that entertains, inspires, educates or makes a person feel something good, bad or unexplainable. Art is whatever the artist does or makes in which they deem to be art whether it is of value or not. There is a wide variety of art, some that people wouldn’t imagine as art, but a true artist sees art in every creation. Art is everywhere and in everything I see. Art is not just a painting, poem, drawing or a ballet. When I think

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  • On Art Theory as Art

    On Art Theory As Art Whether it be writers, painters, sculptors, musicians, or photographers, artists all over the world have striven to show people their views of the world, of people, and even of the universe itself. Throughout history the creative urge of man to present to fellow men a different perspective or representation of life-or even the afterlife-has surfaced time and time again in the form of artwork. Sometimes it comes through genius and complexity, full of meaning and symbolism

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  • Art History

    is detail because I believe detail brings out the focus of the painting. I gathered all my painting material and headed out back to a little hut that I own. This is my work station, where my wife knows not to bother me. I painted this piece of art in 1524 after carefully listing all the characteristics of Tenochtitlan, double-checking that I did not miss any structures or lakes. I wanted to make sure that this painting gave off the feeling that Tenochtitlan is a high society and economically

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  • Tension Between Facts and Artistic Intention

    Tension between Facts and Artistic Intention Sharon Lee ENG120 April 27, 2011 Leigh Clemons Tension between Facts and Artistic Intention An alarm clock rings, rooster crows, wife nudge he sleeping husband: these are but a few of the ways in which the new day begins for millions of people in America each morning. The wake up call may be followed by a warm shower, or hot breakfast, or for some, just a cup of coffee and a newspaper. Whatever the morning protocol might be, for many it is but

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  • Arts

    National Museum of Art, Washington D.C. And Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan Yayoi has a wide array of art that catches my eye. With then use of polka dots and motifs in her paintings to make wonderful works of art. Watercolors are also a bonus when looking at an art display as it can be very vivid and in high school I enjoyed doing thing that's involved the same things that she does. Pastels and Oils were also fun to use and were some personal favorites that make art a fun thing to do that

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  • Arts

    As a lover of art I tend to find, beauty in everything some way. Whether it be a simple flower out in a field of brown grass, or a pattern that everyone thinks looks too busy. I didn’t realize how the ‘Beauty is all around you’ quote would fit me until I actually started to study it. No, I’m not art major because I can’t draw to save my life, but I found that studying it for a hobby is more relaxing than I thought it would have been. Living in New York City, I was able to go to an art museum every

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  • Art Surevy

    D’Alleva The Fundamentals of Art History Third Edition Prentice Hall Boston Columbus Indianapolis New York San Francisco upper saddle River Amsterdam cape Town Dubai London Madrid Milan Munich Paris Montreal Toronto Delhi Mexico city sao Paulo Sydney Hong Kong Seoul Singapore Taipei Tokyo chapter 1 introducing art history Art is long, life is short. Prouerb attributed to Hippocrates (c. 4 6 0 -3 5 7 bce) This chapter will introduce you to art history as an academic discipline

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  • Importance of the Rules of Intention and Consideration of the Parties

    There are five necessary components to make a contractual agreement, an offer, and acceptance of the offer, the intention to enter into a legally binding agreement, consideration and capacity to contract. If any of the five elements are missing from any contract, then it is either void or voidable. Rules of intention to enter into a legally binding agreement, and consideration are two elements which need to be apparent before a contract will be seen as legitimate in front of the law. Consideration

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  • Arts

    INTRODUCTION In all of human history, art has mirrored life in the community, society, and the world in all its colors, lines, shapes, and forms. The same has been true in the last two centuries, with world events and global trends being reflected in the art movements. The decades from 1900 to the present have seen the human race living in an ever shrinking planet. The 20th century saw a boom in the interchange of ideas, beliefs, values, and lifestyles that continues to bring the citizens

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  • Intention to Use M-Banking

    Business and Information Science A coursework completed as part of the requirement for SUBJECT NAME: BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS SUBJECT CODE: BB204 LECTURER/TUTOR: Ms. YEOH SOK FOON Entitled ASSIGNMENT TITLE : INTENTION TO USE MOBILE BANKING AMONG UCSI STUDENTS Submitted on DATE OF SUBMISSION : 21st July 2015 DUE DATE : 21st July 2015 Words

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  • Murderous Intention and Social Harm

    | |In the circumstances, we set aside the finding and conviction of murder and the sentence of death and | |substitute a conviction for culpable homicide not amounting to murder on the basis of intention and impose a| |term of fifteen years rigorous imprisonment. The appeal is partly allowed. | | | |JAYASURIYA

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  • What Makes Art Art

    Britani Graves Art Essay 1 6-20-11 What makes Art Art? I believe art can not be defined. According to the Fall 2007 Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Definition of Art, by Thomas Adajan, "the definition of art is controversial... whether art can be defined has also been a matter of controversy." I think artists can take anything and put their twist on it and what they think it is and they can call it Art. Art is all around us in many forms and fashions. Art has evolved in so many different

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  • Universality of Art

    Universality of Art -An interview with Djibrirou Kane Ottawa University Abstract An artist was interviewed for the Art/Expression breadth essay. In this essay, the interviewee is presented with various questions that span from thematic subjects of his artwork and what region had the most influence on his various paintings. This interview was repeated twice. Moreover, I ask the interviewee what drove him to express himself using this art form; he explains that it was due to his belief

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  • Art History

    different kinds of art. Hence, abstract expressionism began in New York in the 1940's -1950's as a sign of rebellion. The two modes of this new form of art in the United States are Action Painting and Color Field Painting. Action painters wanted to portray paint texture and the movement of the artist hand by dripping and splashing paint. Color Field Painting were mostly focused on the color and shape to create more peaceful and spiritual paintings which was a more mythic type of art. Paul Jackson

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  • Art History

    Andrew D'Agostino Professor Castro Latin Art History – Final Paper September 22, 2015 Christ the Physician (Miracula Christi) Originally crafted by the German Hendrik Goltzius in the late 16th Century, the painting of Christ the Physician does not fall short of a legendary scene still glorified to this very day. In approximately the late 17th Century, this particular painting was painted once more by an Andean painter. This 65 ½ inch by 43 ½ inch painting of Jesus Christ holding a heart vial

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  • The Art of Pickup

    The Art of The Pickup 1. Be proactive. No excuses. You’re not going to get laid if you’re passive. 2. Go against your emotions. (Gym allusion) 3. Break her wall by saying something random (You’re so racist) 4. No breaks. You gotta get use to it like a 9 hour shift job 5. Dominate and take control. Don’t pay attention to her ractions. “Yeah cool so anyway!...” 6. Don’t give a fuck, stop trying to be cool. Be assertive, be loosen up and have fun. 7. EX. “Loosen up,

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  • The Empire of Good Intention

    Jea Yoon Han HI331 Prof. Curley November 3rd, 2014 The Empire of Good Intention The video, The Empire of Good Intentions, presents a complete account of the idealistic British Empire’s presence in India. Simon Schama reveals the fundamental aspects of governing principles of the Empire in India. He shows the effect of the free market economies and the liberal politics on the presence and the influence of British Empire in India. Some transformational occurrences in India such as the mutiny and

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  • Art Philosophy

    Art in Theory: Mid Term February 26, 2016 1. When Marcel Duchamp first displayed his readymade, he was adding upon earlier, pre-Modernist conceptions of a painting as thing. The major new idea Duchamp added to the art world was that everyday things (such as a shovel in this case) can become art by simply putting it a place where one would expect to find art, such as museums and galleries

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  • The Arts

    Art The Arts play a large role in the expression of inner thoughts and beauty in my life. From dance and music to abstract art our concept of life is shown through the various ways in which we interpret it. We use the Arts as a means of touching that part of us that we cannot reach with Physical Science, Social Science, or any of the Humanities. The arts allow us to be as specific or as abstract as we please. It helps us become closer to ourselves and to others around us. Though there has

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  • Turnover Intention

    Benson et al (1997) indicate that the previous experience with management practices considerably affects the future choices to adopt a managerial innovation. They suggest that a good previous experience with quality has a positive impact on the intentions to implement a TQM program. H3: firms with previous quality experience will achieve a higher scale of implementation of TQM practices. The size of a company, measured in terms of the number of employees, is one of the most reliable predictions

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  • Revisiting Intention to Restaurants

    Revisiting Intention To Restaurants There are so many reasons for a customer to visit a restaurant, it might be regarding to the staff attitude, the food or even the price. George Pettingell (October 2005) recognized that “Most of the customer don’t visit a restaurant to eat.  Most of the time they only come for other reasons which has a little reason on eating.  Yes, well prepared and tasty food is very important, as is ambiance and price of the restaurant. For most people, the bottom

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  • Art and Intention

    Art and Intention Colleen Claus ART/101 August 16, 2013 John Lennox Art and Intention The statue of David was created to symbolize the city of Florence’s freedom from foreign, papal, and Medici rule by depicting the triumph of David over the giant, Goliath. The unveiling met with public resistance. Supporters of the Medici family hurled stones at it during the night. Other citizens objected to its nudity. To protect the sensibilities of the viewers, a copper skirt was made to go around

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  • Arts

    spanned from the 14th century to the 17th. It began in Florence in the Late Middle Ages and later on spread to Europe. The term Renaissance is used loosely to refer to a historical era in which there was a development of linear perspective within the art of painting, and a increasing spread of educational reform. This cultural movement was the bridge between the modern era and the Middle Ages. It was seen as an intellectual pursuit in which social and political upheaval arose. This period is best known

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  • The Art

    According to the article Art, the definition of art is “the concept that any form of creativity should be valued for its own merits alone, rather than measured against some fixed set of criteria that is laid down by the art establishment.” The second article the definition of Art “expresses human imagination, not least when it engages with humanity's destiny.” An example of painting "The Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci the painting is an Image of a lady smiling because she is pregnant according

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  • Messages in Art

    The Messages in Art Artists have long been known to throw subtle messages into their pieces of art. One way of doing this is an artist taking an event that is part of history and making a slight change in it to show something that they feel is valuable. A perfect example of this is the painting Washington Crossing the Delaware. The artist Emanuel Leutze took the negative space in this painting and turned it into a day sky, with a shining sun. Historically, however, this event didn’t happen during

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  • Art Appreciation

    The Romanticism Era Unit 5 Individual Project Art Appreciation: HUMA205-1202B-12 Kandyce Livingston American Intercontinental University Abstract The following essay will discuss three different works of art from the Romanticism era. The essay will provide a description of each work art including the style. A summary of each artists’ personal philosophies of art will be discussed along with prevailing trends and school of thought in the art world during this time period. In addition, an

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  • Art of Fiction

    THE ART OF FICTION by Henry James [Published in Longman's Magazine 4 (September 1884), and reprinted in Partial Portraits (Macmillan, 1888); paragraphing and capitalization follow the Library of America edition.] I SHOULD not have affixed so comprehensive a title to these few remarks, necessarily wanting in any completeness, upon a subject the full consideration of which would carry us far, did I not seem to discover a pretext for my temerity in the interesting pamphlet lately published under

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  • Intention to Create Legal Relations

    Intention to create legal relations Statement of the Rule To create a contract there must be a common intention of the parties to enter into legal obligations, mutually communicated expressly or impliedly (Rose and Frank Co v JR Crompton & Bros Ltd). It is open for the parties to use express language to indicate an intent (or lack of) to impose legal obligations on each other. Alternatively, this intention can be impliedly from the circumstances. The courts use an objective test

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  • Art and Intention Duchamp

    Art and intention Art and Intention Summarize the reaction of the public to Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase. The Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending art work became one of the controversial works because people thought he was mocking the audience because they could not find a woman in the painting. Critics and art magazine were offing the public monies just to find a woman in the painting. The public did not like the Michelangelo’s David art work

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  • Good Intentions Gone Bad

    Good Intentions Gone Bad Ten Americans that are jailed in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti are pleading for the U.S. government to do more on their behalf and for the media to do less. These Americans who are affiliated with Baptist churches in Idaho went to aid Haitians after the Jan. 12 earthquake. They were arrested for trying to take 33 Haitian children to the neighboring Dominican Republic. The Americans claimed the children were orphaned but some of the children said they had parents. The Americans

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  • Works of Art

    Works of Art Lisa Auler Art/101 September 16, 2012 Alyson Covino Picasso’s Seated Bather Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain on October 25, 1881. Picasso began painting at the age of 10. Picasso was a known artist and greatly known for his abstract paintings. Pablo Picasso’s painting of the Seated Bather was a portrait of his first wife Olga Khokhlova. In the first painting of his wife it showed a beautiful woman sitting on an embroidered arm chair, but after years of marriage Picasso

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