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From Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus" to Salvador Dali's "The Metamorphosis of Narcissus". Art, poetry, Shakespeare, opera, films and academic works.
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   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.

   The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction Preview Go
A critical analysis of the digital reproduction of art, including digital art, 3D Sculpture and digital landscapes.
   Neue Sachlichkeit, New Objectivity Preview Go
Die Neue Sachlichkeit (The New Objectivity) was a pseudo-Expressionist movement founded in Germany in the aftermath of World War I by Otto Dix and George Grosz. It is characterized by a realistic style combined with a cynical, socially critical philosophical stance. Many of the artists were anti-war.
   Iconic Images of War Preview Go
Che Guevara, the Normandy Landing, Kim Phuc in the Killing Fields of Vietnam, United States Censorship, and Iraqi prisoners tortured at Abu Ghraib prison. Images of war by famous photographers/artists.
   The Gothic Life of William Blake: 1757-1827 Preview Go
William Blake may not fit into the role of what we consider to be a "modern goth"... but his poetry and art about sex, love, religion and especially death marks him as a goth within the Romanticist period of art.
   AGO gets $50M Bernini sculpture Preview Go
After two years of intrigue, poker-faced negotiating and scholarly sleuthing, the Art Gallery of Ontario has landed a spectacular prize: a full-length, life-size crucifixion sculpture by the Italian Old Master Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Bernini’s 1650 sculpture "Corpus" is valued at $50 million US.
   Achilles to Zephyr Preview Go
An Alphabetical Listing of Greek & Roman Art by Mythological Topic.
   William Blake's Ecofeminism Preview Go
The Enlightenment came and went, and Thomas Paine's "The Rights of Man" was considered to be THE book of the times. Mary Wollstonecraft's "The Vindication of the Rights of Woman" sparked a new era of feminism that would later reach its peak in the British suffragettes movement. Both Thomas Paine and Mary Wollstonecraft were friends of William Blake. He did the illustrations in both of the above books.

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