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This project was born in 1991, when prof. John Grozik at SLIS, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, taught the group of ITESM librarians how to use Hypercard. Art History
Futurism was an international art movement founded in Italy in 1909. It was (and is) a refreshing contrast to the weepy sentimentalism of Romanticism.
An Exhibition at theHugh M. Morris Library University of Delaware Library Newark, Delaware August 27 - December 19, 1996 Color Printing: Introduction
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During the three decades of Augustus Saint-Gaudens' remarkable career, he redirected and invigorated the course of American sculpture away from a worn-out Neoclassical aesthetic to a lively, naturalistic style, while also ardently promoting the nationalistic concept of an American school of sculpture flourishing on American shores.
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