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Art History Cafe (51 Sites, 48 Hits) 09/07/2005
| ||Anything about art history and the people who love or create art.|
The Art History Webring (100 Sites, 1095 Hits) 08/29/2003
| ||This webring lists sites that are about art history and famous artists. - - - - - Art movements Postmodernism, Modernism, the Neo-Gothic movement, Pop art, Op art, abstract expressionism, neo-expressionism, surrealism, dada, cubism, impressionism, neo-impressionism, realism, romanticism, neo-classicism, renaissance, baroque, classical, roman, greek, german, french, egyptian, cave art, mesopotamian, syrian, asian, chinese, korean, japanese, oriental art, orientalism, african art, native american art, aboriginal art, spiritual and religious art... - - - - - Famous artists: Cindy Sherman, William Blake, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Lee Krasner, Francis Bacon, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Gaudi, Yves Klein, Michaelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Donatello, Raphael, The Post-Raphaelites, Friedrich Overbeck, Francisco Goya. - - - - - The Logo: The painting used for this logo is a reproduction of Friedrich Overbeck's "Italy and Germany". The reproduction was done by international artist Charles Alexander Moffat.|
Artists of the New World (61 Sites, 200 Hits) 10/30/2000
| ||A Network of Art sites in Canada, Nunavut, the United States, Mexico, the Carribean, Cuba, Jamaica, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Chile and all of North and South America. We are the artists of the New World: America. We are not limited by the boundaries of the United States and their dictator. This is all of North and South America and there are many Brazilian and Canadian artists (for example) who are more worthy of attention than some mid-western painter from the States who splatters paint at a canvas and becomes famous just because Clement Greenberg says so. By the way, modernism and abstraction are dead. Postmodernism is here to stay so get with the times people. Realism and content is the way to go. Nudes, sex, fantasy, gothic, landscapes, destruction, violence, creation, rebirth, technology, medicine, cyborgian theory, William Gibson, cyborg art, neuromancer, art & science, design, sexuality, homosexuality, sensuality, homosensuality, war, corruption, disease, a look at common life. - - - - - - Art history sites welcome. - - - -- - - - - - -The logo is "Salmacis in the Rain", courtesy of the Lilith Gallery.
The Ring of Feminist Art (57 Sites, 300 Hits) 05/17/2002
| ||Femme Art - Art by females and art of females. Portraits of women, nudes, art by female artists, feminist art, art history, postmodern, modern, etc.|
European Art (39 Sites, 41 Hits) 05/25/2005
| ||Art from Europe. France, Germany, Britain, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Greece, Poland, Romania, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Russia, Turkey. Painting, photography, drawing, lithography, printmaking, sculpture, architecture.|
Art Nouveau (2 Sites, 124 Hits) 06/11/2002
| ||Between 1880 and 1914 Europe hosts a movement whose ambition is to bring beauty to every aspect of life--taking art away from museums and infusing it in architecture, posters, jewlery, and everyday objects. With curves inspired by nature, Art Nouveau flourishes under many names, and many artists adopt it. It reflects socialist, regionalist, elitist, worker's, and artistic revindications, refusing association with politics or ideology. It is the style of Youth. We celebrate it here.
Famous Artists (2 Sites, 18 Hits) 11/23/2003
This webring intends to have sites with information and images from famous artists, poets, and writers. The artists may not be widely known - yet. We're working on it.
Civil War Art (1 Sites, 12 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||The Civil War Art Ring is a collection of websites that showcase Civil War art and photography.
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