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James Earle Fraser: American Sculptor, Kennedy Galleries, Inc. Oct 1969

James Earle Fraser: American Sculptor, Kennedy Galleries, Inc.

University Art Collection Books

A Retrospective Exhibition of Bronzes from Works of 1913 to 1953 June 2nd, to July 3rd, 1969. The Darrell W. Krueger Library received permission (Spring 2018) from the Kennedy Galleries, Inc. New York, New York to digitize and make available through OpenRiver, for educational use, this retrospective catalog of James Earle Fraser's work.


A Ritualized Approach To A Series Of Mixed Media Watercolor Paintings, Richard K. Miller Jul 1969

A Ritualized Approach To A Series Of Mixed Media Watercolor Paintings, Richard K. Miller

All Master's Theses

The thesis problem involved the development of a series of watercolor paintings within a ritualistic format; the standardization of approach resulted in the development of a personal iconography. This iconography was secondary to the total work however. The thesis involved the development of a series of paintings with identical preparations and preliminary developmental stages, all of which, at a certain point in development, became totally dependent regarding further work on an intuitive development and a reliance upon epiphanic insights for completion.


The Figure And Environmental Forms In Jewelry, Sophie Sheppard Jul 1969

The Figure And Environmental Forms In Jewelry, Sophie Sheppard

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to make a series of jewelry, conceived as small sculpture, using the human figure in relation to environmental form. The review of literature pertinent to the study consisted of a presentation of the visual and philosophical content in the work of Rico Lebrun and Ernest Trova, and an analysis of the work of the candidate as influenced by these artists.


The Use Of Automatism In Mixed Media Watercolor Painting, Russell A. Hepler Jul 1969

The Use Of Automatism In Mixed Media Watercolor Painting, Russell A. Hepler

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is (1) to investigate the principles of automatism, (2) to apply these principles and means in developing a series of original mixed-media watercolor paintings, and (3) to draw conclusions relevant to the process.