Imagining the Orient (October 5, 2004 to April 3, 2005)
- The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center (Los Angeles), October 5, 2004 to April 3, 2005
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Currently on view at: Getty Center, Museum South Pavilion, Gallery S107
Bernard II van Risenburgh (French, after 1696 - about 1766, master before 1730)
Paris, France, Europe (Place created)
Oak set with panels of red Chinese lacquer and painted with vernis Martin; gilt-bronze mounts; breche d'Alep top
83.8 × 114.3 × 54.9 cm (33 × 45 × 21 5/8 in.)
Bernard van Risenburgh
Students will learn the term appropriation, the contemporary art practice of borrowing elements to create a new work of art.
Visual Arts; English–Language Arts
Single Class Lesson