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  • Klee
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    Paul Klee was a Swiss painter, watercolorist, and etcher. He was a master of modern art, and his work is known for its imagination. Klee lived most of his life in Switzerland, but was a German citizen, born in Munchenbuchsee on December 18, 1879. At the age of nineteen in 1898 he moved to Munich, and studied art at a private school and at the Munich Academy. His first works were pencil landscape studies showing the influence of impressionism. Until before 1912 he created many black and white etc...
  • F 1 Generation
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    Introduction From simple heredity experiments with garden peas, to cloning sheep, the field of genetics has come a long way. Now we are closer to mapping out the human genetic map due to advances in technology, and years and years of research. Perhaps the most influential and groundbreaking scientist, Gregor Mendel, he was responsible to provide a path to where genetics is now today with his experiments of garden peas. In lab, fruit flies were crossed to observe inheritance patterns in their off...
  • Individual A Specific Race
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    In Michael Omi and Howard Winant's essay "Racial Formation", we see how the tendency to assign each individual a specific race as misleading. This essay suggests that race is not merely biological, but rather lays more in sociology and historical perspective. Once we look at someone and say, "They " re white", it brings forth all the stereotype's that go along with that "race", and once the race is assigned, it is assumed that we can know something about the person. Indeed, if we were to accept ...
  • Goldwater 3 Painted On Oil Canvas
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    The official name of the show I attended at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art was entitled Albert Marquet from the Pompidou, as all of the pieces displayed (45 paintings and 20 drawings) were on loan from the Pompidou Center in Paris. The time span of the works ranged from the early 1900's to the late 1940's. Marquet's work is described as somewhat impressionistic, and out of the 65 items on display, I focused on six: two works I especially enjoyed, two I didn't particularly connect with, and a ...
  • Male And His Shadow On The Wall
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    His work depicts a human male facing backwards while sitting on a chair, with his right leg being on the chair. His shadow is depicted on the wall nicely and three cardboards are placed along the wall. There is a lot of unity in the work by the way the male has been placed at the center of the artists work. The whole work, the shadow, the chair and the cardboards unify the back of the male. On the other hand, there is no clear sign of balance in the work. Although, there is a slight hint of asym...
  • Imbalance Of Colors And Lines In Scream
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    I chose to write about Edvard Munch's The Scream. In 1893, Munch used oil, pastel, and caes in on cardboard as his medium. The result is a timeless 35 and 3/4 inch by 29 inch painting that is currently housed in Oslo's National Gallery. The representational piece depicts the feelings of nature screaming and symbolizes great emotional anguish. The lines in The Scream are flowing, yet have such abrupt and choppy contrasting lines within the main motion of the work to give a sense of chaos and disa...

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