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The Art History Webring - This webring lists sites that are about art history and famous artists. - - - - - Art movements Postmodernism, Modernism

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This webring lists sites that are about art history and famous artists. - - - - - Art movements Postmodernism, Modernism, the Neo-Gothic movement, Pop art, Op art, abstract expressionism, neo-expressionism, surrealism, dada, cubism, impressionism, neo-impressionism, realism, romanticism, neo-classicism, renaissance, baroque, classical, roman, greek, german, french, egyptian, cave art, mesopotamian, syrian, asian, chinese, korean, japanese, oriental art, orientalism, african art, native american art, aboriginal art, spiritual and religious art... - - - - - Famous artists: Cindy Sherman, William Blake, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Lee Krasner, Francis Bacon, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Gaudi, Yves Klein, Michaelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Donatello, Raphael, The Post-Raphaelites, Friedrich Overbeck, Francisco Goya. - - - - - The Logo: The painting used for this logo is a reproduction of Friedrich Overbeck's "Italy and Germany". The reproduction was done by international artist Charles Alexander Moffat.

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   Franz Von Stuck Preview Go
Biography & Art of a Symbolist artist from the 19th century (contains nudes).
   Canadian artist chops off toe and calls it Art? Preview Go
Canadian artist Victoria Van Dyke has chopped off her little toe, stuck it in a jar and called it art.
   Berthe Morisot Preview Go
Biography, Quotations & Art of a French impressionist artist from the 19th century.

   Florence Wyle Preview Go
Biography & Sculptures.
   Jenny Holzer Preview Go
Biography of an American Neo-Conceptualist artist, Jenny Holzer (born 1950) utilized the homogeneous rhetoric of modern information systems in order to address the politics of discourse. In 1989 she became the first female artist chosen to represent the United States at Italy's Venice Biennale.
   The Video Art History Archive Preview Go
Andy Warhol, Nam June Paik, Joyce Wieland, Bill Viola, Gary Hill and Jenny Holzer.
   Gothicism and Romanticism in William Blake Preview Go
In such articles and paintings as “Songs of Innocence: the Chimney Sweeper”, “The Clod and the Pebble”, and through the paintings and writings in his “Books of Urizen.” William Blake used the ideas of Death and God, along with several thoughts on the failures of love and imagination.
   Apollo Preview Go
The Greek God of Light and Prophecy - Info, paintings and sculptures.
   The Paintings of Paul Peel Preview Go
Biography and art.
   The Christian Art History Archive Preview Go
An art history archive of old Christian art and modern Christian art.

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