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Narrative Art: A Story for My Own Sake
The French, English, and Americans all created narrative art during the Victorian era which did not take influence from another but, instead, each country’s artists, such as Richard and Laurent from France, Frith and Hogarth ...
Breaking the Fall: Eden and the Apocalypse in the American Postwest
The Judeo-Christian stories of the Garden of Eden and the apocalypse have permeated western culture for centuries. However, is there a place for them in the contemporary American West? The current trend in western studies ...
Expression of Status in Sixteenth Century Tlaxcala
The Tlaxcalans were Mesoamericans who allied with the Spanish conquistadors during the Conquest of Mexico. Due, in part, to their alliance with the Spaniards, the Tlaxcalans' experiences in the early colonial period were ...
Who Am I? Self-Portraiture as a Means of Self-Exploration and Expression of Identity
Using visual and written narrative, I relate my own journey of self-discovery while exploring the use of self-portraiture in the arts. Self-portraiture is an important method through which artists express their personalities, ...