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Guggenheim - Collection Online Featuring nearly 1600 artworks by more than 575 artists, the Collection Online presents a searchable database of selected artworks from the Guggenheim’s permanent collection of over 7,000 artworks. The selected works reflect the breadth, diversity, and tenor of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s extensive holdings from the late 19th century through the present day, and are continually expanded to include a larger representation of the museum’s core holdings as well as recent acquisitions. In addition to highlights from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Collection Online includes works from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Visitors may browse by artist, date, artwork type, movement, or by several of the major groups of acquisitions that have entered the holdings of the foundation since its inception in 1937.
Margareta Daepp - Hutong Line Hutong - or The Absolute Present A ceramic tower made of cylindrical containers in bold colours. The three cylinders of different height, of uniform shape, staple goods in the non-conventional sense, form a compact, formal unit. But despite its seemingly self-enclosed structure, the work consists of a series of autonomous receptacles. The base is formed by a shallow dish with a curved rim, a ceramic body in pure white. Set upon this is a cylinder with a narrow rim in radiant red. Building in ancient Egypt Most of the ancient Egyptian buildings have disappeared leaving no trace. Built of sun baked bricks made of Nile mud and straw, houses, palaces and city walls crumbled when they stopped being looked after. Stone structures like temples and tombs fared better, but even they fell victim to the ravages of time, the greed of men, to earthquakes and subsidence. One shouldn't be surprised by what has disappeared but by how much is left.
The Dying Lion, a stone panel from the North Palace of Ashurbanipal Nineveh, northern Iraq Neo-Assyrian, around 645 BC The triumph of the Assyrian king over nature This small alabaster panel was part of a series of wall panels that showed a royal hunt.
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Lisa Sette Gallery Angela Ellsworth 17th Biennale of Sydney Artist Click for more information. Angela Ellsworth Newsletter Text, 2013-2014 Angela Ellsworth Newsletter Text, 2011-2012 Angela Ellsworth Newsletter Essay, 2008-2009 Colors (iwen) In ancient Egypt, color was an integral part of the substance and being of everything in life. The color of something was a clue to the substance or heart of the matter. When it was said that one could not know the color of the gods, it meant that they themselves were unknowable, and could never be completely understood. In art, colors were clues to the nature of the beings depicted in the work. For instance, when Amon was portrayed with blue skin, it alluded to his cosmic aspect.
The 'Ram in a Thicket' From Ur, southern Iraq, about 2600-2400 BC This is one of an almost identical pair discovered by Leonard Woolley in the 'Great Death Pit', one of the graves in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The other is now in the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia. It was named the 'Ram in a Thicket' by the excavator Leonard Woolley, who liked biblical allusions. In Genesis 22:13, God ordered Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac, but at the last moment 'Abraham lifted up his eyes, and looked, and behold behind him a ram caught in a thicket by his horns: and Abraham went and took the ram, and offered him up for a burnt offering in the stead of his son'.
Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" movie (1951) alt Disney always has been fond of Lewis Carroll's books. He said: "No story in English literature has intrigued me more than Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. 100 Excellent Art Therapy Exercises for Your Mind, Body, and Soul January 9th, 2011 Pablo Picasso once said, "Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." It's no surprise, then, that many people around the world use art as a means to deal with stress, trauma and unhappiness – or to just find greater peace and meaning in their lives. If you're curious about what art therapy has to offer, you can try out some of these great solo exercises at home to help nurse your mind, body and soul back to health. If you like the experience, you can also seek out professional art therapy treatment in your area. Emotions
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