John Berger, Sven Blomberg, Chris Fox, Michael Dibb, Richard
These individuals create a significant work that deals with the way individuals and societies in general see, and record what they see.
This Surrealist painter lives from 1898-1967. The painter's work "The Key of Dreams" sets the keynote for the Berger work.
In 1664, this eighty-year-old destitute Dutch painter receives an official commission to show the directors of a poorhouse for poor, old people in Harlem. The painter receives free fuel for the winter from these same subjects.
This is a recurrent theme and category of European oil painting. Adam and Eve in Genesis represent the first subjects in the category.
This is the term used by the authors to denote the person who may experience self-satisfaction with his oil painting.
This is the...
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