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This painting of University of Texas alumna and Charlie’s Angels star Farrah Fawcett typifies Andy Warhol’s portrait style of the 1970s and 1980s. The artist photographed starlets like Fawcett, Grace Jones, Blondie’s Debbie Harry, and Dolly…

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Anna Bella Geiger addresses political, social, and cultural oppression in Brazil and elsewhere. Brasil nativo, Brasil alienígena consists of a series of commercial postcards featuring indigenous people paired with photographs of the artist mirroring…

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A nude male with a spear reclines on a rock. Hanging in the background is a wreath. On the other side, Eros, the god of love, carries a fillet (hair band), possibly to give to the seated man. Two-handled cups of this shape were strongly associated…

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Winged Eros, the god of love, chases a fawn, often associated with young women. The use of added color, such as the red, white, and yellow on this vase, is typical of this pottery style, which is known for its ornate decoration.

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A man twists his body in a vigorous dance movement. He is nude except for a cloth tied around his waist. The exaggerated features, such as the beaked nose, ill-proportioned head, and strangely thin arms, indicate that he probably belonged to a…

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Real and mythical animals, including lions, boars, sphinxes, and panthers, parade through the three decorative zones. These animals, popular decoration on Corinthian vases, originate in Near Eastern art. Note the alternation between predatory and…

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This painting presents an unflattering, naturalistic portrayal of an elderly man through the artist's meticulous depiction of wrinkles, veins, warts, and graying hair. The figure has been considered to be Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, who led the…

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Known as “Tanagra figurines” after the site in Boeotia in central Greece, mold-made female statuettes like this were widely popular in the Hellenistic period. Many of them had funerary purposes, which is reflected in their appearance as…

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The object originates from the ancient culture of Urartu that flourished in present-day Armenia from about 860 BCE to 590 BCE. The Urartians excelled in metalwork, the best examples of which are found in belts like the work presented here. These wide…

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