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Tag Archives: anatomy

Decoding the Prints of William Walmsley

Nov

12

To get you to see his message and his commitment to the idea of freedom of expression, he exhibits an deep sense of irreverence, seeming to shout that nothing is sacred, not even art.

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In the Gallery: David Called from His Flock by Carl Ruthart, c. 1672

Jun

04

Written by Jocelyn Boigenzahn, Curatorial Intern From 1663 to 1664, Ruthart studied Flemish animal painting, especially the work of Jan Fyt and Frans Snyders.  In his own paintings he generally depicted hunts and animals, fighting or at rest, skillfully integrating them into the surrounding scenery. He varied the themes of his paintings by depicting animals [...]

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In the Gallery: Young Girl Reclining by Auguste-René Rodin c. 1884

Feb

19

Inspired by a trip to Italy, French sculptor François-Auguste-René Rodin created his first major sculpture in 1875. Throughout the course of his career…

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