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Lectures sponsored by the Association of Graduate Art Students
Lecture details forthcoming.
The Association of Graduate Art Students (AGAS) lecture is sponsored by the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, the Georgia Museum of Art, and the Lamar Dodd School of Art.
Rusalka: Slavic Folklore, Supernatural Women, and the Ukrainian Other
Dr. James van Dyke is a current Associate Professor and the Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Missouri.
Throughout his career, Donatello (1383/6–1464) produced a number of sculptures with surfaces that simulated a more precious material than the one underneath.
"Translating the Ten O'Clock"
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Immediately after the Revolution, American ships embarked for China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and other destinations.
The sculpted bodies that confront visitors to Gothic cathedrals – on portals, screens, and interior walls – represent a wide swath of characters.
Rembrandt's representations of women have long inspired strong reactions in viewers, from empathy for his loving sketches of his wife Saskia to disgust at his lifelike depictions of the nude. Meanwhile, his own relationships with women form a complicated chapter of his biography.