Archive for the ‘ART HISTORY’ Category

Chicks Who Chop: Judith, Salome, and Delilah

Chicks Who Chop: Judith, Salome, and Delilah

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

Chicks Who Chop: Renaissance Images of Powerful Women Seen at the Beginning and End of [&hellip

The Weak Never Started (and it never ended neither)

The Weak Never Started (and it never ended neither)

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

The Weak Never Started (and it never ended either) The perpetuation of western art in [&hellip

Off the Top of Your Head: Hair as Subject and Medium in Contemporary Art

Off the Top of Your Head: Hair as Subject and Medium in Contemporary Art

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

Off the Top of Your Head: Hair as Subject and Medium in Art at the [&hellip

The Anglo-Scandenavian Hogback: a Tool for Assimilation

The Anglo-Scandenavian Hogback: a Tool for Assimilation

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

The Anglo-Scandinavian Hogback: A Tool for Assimilation The Vikings swept through Britain with series of [&hellip

Food and Death, anthropologically speaking

Food and Death, anthropologically speaking

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

So there was this guy who died and went to hell. When he got there, [&hellip

Significant Omissions: Thomas Gainsborough's Mr. and Mrs. Andrews

Significant Omissions: Thomas Gainsborough’s Mr. and Mrs. Andrews

By klayperson | ART HISTORY

Significant Omissions:┬áThomas Gainsborough’s Mr. and Mrs. Andrews There is an obvious lack of traditional criticism [&hellip