Appendix – References for Illustrations Used on Title Pages for Humanities 1023

References for Illustrations Used on Title Pages – Humanities 1023

1.x Benin, Edo people, Plaque, 1500-1600s, brass, Cleveland Museum of Art [i]

1.x Yoruba, The Ife Head, 14th-15th century, copper alloy, British Museum, 18”.[ii]

1.xx Augusta Savage, Realization, 1938[iii]

2.xx  Jacques-Louis David, The Death of Marat, 1793, oil on canvas, 65”x50”, Royal Museums of fine Arts of Belgium.[iv]

2.xx Jean-August Houdon, George Washington, marble, bronze life-sized, Virginia State Capitol.[v]

2.xx Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, 1811-1838, Paris.[vi]

3xx Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller, Ludwig van Beethoven 1823, oil on canvas, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.[vii]

3.xx Eugene Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People, oil on canvas, 1830, Louvre, Paris, 102”x10’.[viii]

3.xx Casper David Friedrich, Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog, 1817, oil on canvas, 39×29”, Hamburg Art Museum, Germany.[ix]

4.xx Mary Cassatt, Young Mother Sewing, oil on canvas, 1900, 39×26”, Art Institute of Chicago.[x]

4.xx Claude Monet, Water Lilies, 1906, oil on canvas,  35×37”, Art Institute of Chicago.[xi]

4.xx Vincent van Gogh, Church at Auvers sur Oise, oil on canvas, 1876, 37×29”, Musée d’Orsay, Paris.[xii]

5.xx Juan Gris, Portrait of Pablo Picasso, 1912, 67×30” oil on canvas, Art Institute of Chicago.[xiii]

5.xx Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, (reproduction), 1917/1964, glazed ceramic with black paint, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.[xiv]

5.xx Piet Mondrian, Tableau I, 1921, oil on canvas, Netherlands Institute for Art History.[xv]

6.xx Arshile-Gorky, The Betrothal II, 1947, oil on canvas, 51×38, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.[xvi]

6.xx Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, Dropped Cone, 393’, 2001 Neumarkt-Gallery, Cologne, Germany.[xvii]

6.xx Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah.[xviii]

7.xx Edvard Munch, 1906 Friedrich Nietzsche oil on canvas, Thiel Gallery Stockholm Sweden[xix]

7.xx  Above is a scene from eyeSpace (20’) one of three versions of the Eyespace dance.[xx]

7.xx Frank Gehry, and Vlado Milunic. The Dancing House.Prague[xxi]

8.xx Xu Bing, Ghosts Pounding the Wall, 1990, Jinshanling, China.[xxii]

8.xx Maya Lin, Water Line, wire and computer graphics,  2006, Corcoran Gallery. [xxiii]

8.xx Images from the Van Gogh Experience, Denver, Colorado, 2022. [xxiv]


[iii] Photo by Andrew Herman. WPA image, so it is in the public domain. ,

[xiv] Photo by Dr. Steven Zucker, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

[xviii] Photo by Netherzone, CC BY-SA 4.0, no changes made

[xix]Munch, Edvard. Portrait of Freidrich Nietzsche.Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

[xx] Scene from eyeSpace. Daniel Arsham, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

[xxi] Gehry, Frank and. Vlado Milunic.The Dancing House. CC BY-SA 2.5 via Wikimedia Commons.

[xxii] Photo by Mechelle01, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0,

[xxiv] Photos by Kristine Betts and Kevin Spotts, CC BY-SA 4.0.


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