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Chapter Three Examples Common Denominators. Images for study and discussion. Constantin Brancusi, Blond Negress II , 1933. Bronze, 15.75 inches, (base) 71.25 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Francisco Jos é de Goya, Doña Isabel del Porcel , 1806.

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Chapter Three ExamplesCommon Denominators

Images for study and discussion.


Constantin Brancusi,Blond Negress II, 1933.

Bronze, 15.75 inches, (base) 71.25 inches.

The Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Francisco José de Goya, Doña Isabel del Porcel, 1806.

Oil on canvas, 32 inches by 21.5 inches.

The National Gallery, London.


Garuda, Cambodian, c. 1150.

Bronze

Detroit Institute of Arts


Tabard, Chimu. c. 1465. Cotton with applied feathers,

38.5 inches by 26.75 inches.

The Textile Museum, Washington DC.


Hojo Garden,Tofuku-Ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan.


Anonymous. Storage jar

Southwest Aboriginal: Western Apache or Navajo

19th century or 20th century.

Willow, devil's claw or martynia, 5 inches by 7 inches.

McCord Museum of Canadian History, Montreal, Quebec


Osaka Castle, late 16th century.

Osaka, Japan.


The Alhambra, 13th–14th centuries.

Granada, Spain.


Hugo Robus, Figure in Grief.

Bronze


Vasarely, Edetta, 1984. Acrylic on canvas,

39.75 inches by 39.75 inches.

Fine Arts Corporation, Chicago.


Raphael, The Marriage of the Virgin, 1504.

Oil on panel, 67 inches by 46 inches.

Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan.


Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres,

Mademoiselle Caroline Riviere, 1805.

Oil on canvas, 39.25 inches by 27.5 inches.

The Louvre, Paris.


Georges Braque, Violin and Palette, 1909–1910.

Oil on canvas, 36.25 inches by 17 inches.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.


Kathe Kollwitz, Bread !, 1924.

Lithograph, 12 inches by 11 inches.


Willam de Kooning, Woman I, 1950–52.

Oil on canvas, 76 inches by 58 inches.

The Museum of Modern Art, New York.


El Greco, View of Toledo, 1600–1610.

Oil on canvas, 42.5 inches by 45 inches.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.


El Greco, Christ and the Moneychangers from the Temple, 1600.

Oil on canvas, 41.75 inches by 51.25 inches.

The National Gallery, London.


Jacob van Ruisdael, Wheatfields, c. 1660. Dutch.

Oil on canvas, 39 inches by 51 inches.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.


Diego Rivera, Flower Day, 1925.

Oil on canvas, 57.75 inches by 47.5 inches.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA.


Raphaelle Peale, Venus Rising from the Sea–

a Deception (After the Bath), Oil on canvas.

c. 1823, 29 inches by 24 inches.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO.


The Great Piece of Turf, Durer, 1503

Full Fathom Five, Pollock, 1947


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