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Describes subject matter that is presented in a brief, simplified, often distorted manner, with little or no attempt to represent images realistically. In La ngresse blonde (The Blond Negress) Brancusi dramatically simplifies a woman's face, delineating only her hair and lips. Mondrian's New York City 2 reduces and abstracts the appearance and energy of the city to a series of lines. Constantine BrancusiLa Négresse blonde (The Blonde Negress)1926bronze (polished)Gift of Agnes E. Meyer and Elise Stern Haas©Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris Piet MondrianNew York City 2 (unfinished)1941oil and tape on canvasPurchased through a gift of Phyllis Wattis©Mondrian/Holtzman Trust, c/o Beeldrecht / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York ArtThink | Tools and Games ArtThink | Tools and Games
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The Subtitling text add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint lets you add closed captions to the video and audio files you include in your presentations. If you work with captioned video and audio files that already have Timed Text Markup (TTML) files associated with them, this add-in lets you import them directly into your presentation. If you don’t have a TTML file, you can add captions directly in your presentation. The STAMP add-in allows you to do the following: Import captions from a Timed Text Markup (TTML) file to create captions against an audio or video in the presentation. Sub-titling text add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) - PowerPoint Sub-titling text add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) - PowerPoint
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