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Re: various representations/same subject

From: Michelle H. Harrell (michelle_h_harrell)
Date: Fri Jul 21 2000 - 07:54:24 PDT

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    My brain is ticking in a major way! Thanks to everyone who has submitted
    pairs of artworks that depict the same tale or myth. I'm creating a
    PowerPoint to compare images and introduce narrative art. I'm then creating
      a lesson for my computer graphics class where they modernize a story that
    has been told throughout art history. I think it will be a good way to
    begin some discussions on plagarism versus paying hommage to an artist.
    I'll post again when I have finished products for anyone who wants copies.

    Thanks again everyone and keep the ideas coming!

    From: "L. E. Horvath" <dulcius>
    Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
    To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
    CC: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
    Subject: various representations/same subject
    Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000 18:01:14 -0400

    Here are some ideas I came up with for a scene or event depicted in
    contrasting ways:

    "Appollo Pursuing Daphne" by Tiepolo and "Apollo and Daphne" by Pollaiuolo

    "St. Francis and the Birds" by Sir Stanley Spencer and "St. Francis of
    Assisi" by Zurbaran

    "The Annunciation" by Rossetti and "Annunciation" by Andrea Del Sarto

    "Europa and the Bull" by Titian and "Europa" by Bonnard

    "Rape of the Sabines" as depicted by Bologna and Caro

    Hope this helps!
    -Lydia in Toledo

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