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Robert S. Duncanson and 'The Lotus-Eaters'
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A six page paper looking at this nineteenth-century African-American artist in terms of the presence of racial motifs in his art, particularly his painting 'The Land of the Lotus-Eaters.' The paper presents both sides of the argument, but concludes that Duncanson was primarily concerned with evoking the beauty of nature, not making a social commentary. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Garden Of Eden, Garden Of Gethsemane & The Last Supper
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10 pages in length. No greater contrarieties could exist than between the Garden of Eden and the Garden of Gethsemane; their drastic differences were as vast as the day is long. Where one represented peace and tranquility, the other symbolized sadness, torture and the depths of despair. There is much controversy and mystery surrounding da Vinci's painting, The Last Supper, depending upon which account one believes -- the biblical version or the contemporary version. Even within the biblical version, however, there exists varying accounts of what took place in da Vinci's masterpiece. The writer compares and contrasts the differences between the Gardens, briefly accounts for the fall of Adam and Eve, discusses the various interpretations of The Last Supper, and also includes a bit about the history behind the artist's rendering. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Japanese Art Of The Kamakuran Period
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10 pages in length. The Kamakuran period marks the time in Japanese history when the city of Kamakura was the capitol of Japan. The period was characterized by great and beautiful art as a direct result of the change in military rule, and Buddhist beliefs. Most of the art of the time consisted sculptures pictures and portraits of Gods, spirits, and priests. This paper traces the development, significance, & style of Kamakuran Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Japanese Art and Culture
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This 10 page paper provides an overview of Japanese culture with an emphasis on art. Included is a section on the history of art in Japan. Contemporary subjects are addressed including the culture's treatment of AIDS and homosexuality. Comparisons between Japanese and Western culture are made throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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