•             Grant Wood’s American Gothic Painting
  • Hate Project
  •             The piece of artwork I chose for the Hate Project was Grant Wood’s, American Gothic. This artwork caused somewhat of a stir when at The Art Institute of Chicago in 1930. However, the artwork received a prize of $300. Newspapers across the country carried the story of a farm couple standing in front of a white house with a gothic style revival window in the background. The couple, as it turns out, was Wood’s dentist and his sister Nan. He had asked them to pose in front of the house that enchanted him. The painting was supposed to depict a farmer and his unmarried daughter; however, some believed that Grant Wood used this painting to satirize the narrow-mindedness and repression that has been said to characterize the Midwestern people. This brought about endless pop culture parodies since its initial beginnings. Grant Wood rejected most of these critiques’ and saw his painting as a depiction of steadfast American Pioneer spirit.

  • What could be done to increase affordable housing in Egypt and the Middle East?
  •             Leading Architects in the Middle East are currently focusing more on the development of luxurious apartments, leaving the middle and poor families to struggle for affordable housing. In Egypt, for example, more than 500,000 families in Cairo share house with relatives since they cannot afford the expensive housing in the nation’s capital. There is a great need for change to ensure that the middle and low-income classes do not suffer any more support (Retsinas & Belsky, 2008).

  • Fashion
  • 1) Case Study- Research Target's recent high-low venture with Missoni
  1. Give a general description of the product offered
  •             The product offered is made of a fabric that has a low quality degree in withstanding the loss of appearance through surface ware. The product is not able to withstand the original better appearance after friction actions (Meadows, 123). The absorbency of the product is very low. The product does not have the ability of to take in moisture as recommended by the manufacturing standards. The product fails to meet the requirements of a good fabric in order to resist fading from washing. The compression stretch of the product is of low standard.

  • Art in Its “Natural” Habitat
  •             After visiting one of permanent exhibits of the Denver Art Museum, I managed to assess how various pieces of the art collection appear in a systematic arrangement. Among the pieces of collection, that I managed to assess included an African art that represented how the culture of the early people in Africa looked like. The exhibition of the collection considered much of the art from the African communities. The exhibition was in one of the museum’s buildings divided into various rooms. The rooms in the exhibition were reflecting white paint and the floor consisted of furnished tiles. The walls in the exhibition had a white paint with various contexts regarding the view of Westerners on the art collection. The exhibition provided an experience from the African community and their interest in the world of art.

  • Six Capitals and Six Double Columns from Cloister at Saint Pons-de-Thomieres
  • Introduction
  •             The artwork, which is located at the Toledo museum of arts (2445 Monroe Street), is one of the materials created in the mid 12th century. The artwork originated from Herault, France and it is still located in the same place to date. The main artifacts presented in this work include a plinth to keystone that is approximate 5/8inches. The plinth to spring of arch is 88 inches located in between the columns on the centers of the main keystones. The artisans’ located plinth to spring of arch in the columns at 1/4 inches. The medium of the artwork is marble while the object number is 1929.203. According to the history of the artwork, the money that purchased the artwork was from the Libbey Endowment (British Archaeological Association 56). The funds were a gift from Edward Drummond Libbey. The description of the artwork in the museum is St. Pons and the Bears.

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