3. O man, of whatever country you are, and whatever your opinions may be, behold your history, such as I have thought to read it, not in books, written by your fellow- creatures, who are liars, but in nature, which never lies.” --- Rousseau Rousseau and his Social Contract
http://www.salesianhigh.org/gli/artGLI/artdoc4.html Winslow Homer, &quot;Snap the Whip,&quot; 1872, 22 inches high by 36 inches wide, oil paint on canvas, currently at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH.
Right: The Bath: 1893: http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/cassatt/toilette.jpg Center: Mother and Child: 1889: http://library.wustl.edu/subjects/art/cassatt.jpg Left: Breakfast in Bed: 1897: http://www.globalgallery.com/prod_images/hd-5469.jpg
PICASSO AND BRAQUES WERE NOT RECOGNIZED AS FOUNDERS OF CUBISM AT THE SHOW. A LOT OF PEOPLE AT THIS TIME HAD NOT YET SEEN PICASSO’S WORK. Female head:http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/images/h2/h2_1996.403.6.jpg Woman with a Mustard Pot: http://xroads.virginia.edu/~museum/armory/galleryI/I_215_350.s.jpg
http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/a/images/armory_cez.domainstjos.lg.jpg Painting is from ca. 1877 The Met purchased the painting from a Parisian art dealer.
http://www.phillipscollection.org/american_art/artwork/Sloan-Night_Windows.htm Etching that captures the communal living of urban life. Man perched on rooftop and viewer are voyeurs, as work also explores the increased objectification of women and their bodies as women become more available and and depicted in a more sensual way.
http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/0/08/The_Steerage_1907_Stieglitz_Corrected.jpg Stieglitz lobbied for photography to have a place in the fine arts
http://lakelandschools.org/wphs/erichsen/grapesofwrath/grapes%20images/aa_lange_power_2_e.jpg 1935 – founding of the WPA (Works Progress Administration) RA – Resettlement Administration – later the Farm Security Administration – oversaw emergency aid programs for families caught in the Depression and provided information to the public about both government programs and the plight of people they served. American photographer Dorothea Lange was sent to photograph the dire situation of the rural poor. At the end of an assignment to document the loves of migrant pea pickers in California, Lange stopped at a migratory camp in Nipomo and found the migrant workers there starving because the crops had frozen. Within days after the photo was printed in a San Francisco newspaper, people rushed food to Nipomo.
http://www.littlesongbox.co.uk/Files/Feminine%20Sensibility/The-Dinner-Party.jpg Detail: http://www.sofaexpo.com/chicago/2005/img/special/release/13_Judy_Chicago_dinner_party_detail.jpg Detail of Virginia Woolf and another plate: http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~ulrich/femhist/JudyChicagoTheDinnerParty.jpg