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The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her Last Berth to be broken upThe Fighting Temeraire tugged to her Last Berth to be broken up
JMW Turner

An extraordinary JMW Turner exhibition is currently on display at Dallas Museum of Art. The show's next (and last) stop in US will be the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This is probably the most popular special exhibition that I've ever seen in the Dallas area. It is quite overwhelming to have so many Turners all at once. The piece...
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(Added by Hong Zhang on 4/19, 8:13pm)

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Female BeautyFemale Beauty
D. (and Leanne) Bell

"Female beauty is an objective phenomenon, a very real part of reality, one which can not only be perceived by all people, but measured as well.  [...] "Female beauty is the representation of our values, in a woman. When we see a lady who embodies or appears to embody our values we find her beautiful. For example, if a woman appears to be ha... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Michael E. Marotta on 4/18, 7:44pm)

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207 People "Freeze" in Grand Central Station207 People "Freeze" in Grand Central Station
Improve Everywhere

It is not really "post modern" but there is no category for "performance art."  Objectivism's definition of art "selective recreation of reality" does not allow for experiment.  Of course, all of reality is reality, so even Pegasus -- nominally "unreal" must be composed of real parts put together in an unnatural (and impossible) way.  So, is a soar...
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(Added by Michael E. Marotta on 4/13, 12:59pm)

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VenusVenus
Newberry

Venus, 2008, oil on linen, 48 x 48" Hey All, This is the last in my variations on Greek themed works. You can see a time-lapse video of the work at the link below. http://michaelnewberry.com/video/video.htm
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Cast the Light: Exhibition of Recent DrawingsCast the Light: Exhibition of Recent Drawings
Newberry

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(Added by Newberry on 3/02, 6:22am)

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Ascension DayAscension Day
Michael Newberry

Michael Newberry's "Ascension Day" is one of my favorite of his non-traditional paintings. I believe that the essence of my enjoyment is the fully worked out form which simultaneously presents both symmetry and asymmetry, beauty and tension, action and self-centeredness. When I visited his studio, Michael and I discussed his axiomatic concep... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Ted Keer on 7/09, 11:06pm)

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Flatulence dí ArtistaFlatulence dí Artista
Newberry

Learn how Postmodern Art uses cheek as its primary aesthetic value and in what way you exercise PM aesthetics in a daily if not hourly manner. http://anartistsvoice.org/fat/fat.html (cut and paste to follow link.) Michael
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Greatest photograph ever taken! "Comet Between Fireworks and Lightning"Greatest photograph ever taken! "Comet Between Fireworks and Lightning"
Antti Kemppainen

From the NASA site: ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Rodney Rawlings on 3/31, 1:04pm)

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Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La Pittura)Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La Pittura)
Artemisia Gentileschi

Artemisia Gentileschi's Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting is an incredibly bold work for it's time. Painted during the Italian Baroque period in approximately 1630, and using elements of the "Allegory of Painting" from author Cesare Ripa's 1611 Iconologia, Gentileschi took an incredibly egotistical stand- to say that she was not only a fema... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Sarah France on 3/19, 11:21pm)

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Quest for the Ideal PROPEL(TM) Literature IconQuest for the Ideal PROPEL(TM) Literature Icon
Jeff Landauer

For now, I have selected The Good Life icon of RoR as the main branding icon for the PROPEL(TM) club network.  Unfortunately, the original high resolution file and software for this icon has long since gone, so I need some help from willing parties either to reconstruct it or to suggest a brand new one that captures the spirit of PROPEL(TM).  So I ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Luke Setzer on 3/03, 8:01pm)

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Ayn Rand CaricatureAyn Rand Caricature
Unknown Artist

I wanted to share with you guys an Ayn Rand caricature that ran in a college magazine where I went to school awhile back.  I really like it.  If it doesn't show up in a thumbnail, just click on the this thread title to view it.
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Ayn Rand BustAyn Rand Bust
Robert Toth

An artist named Robert Toth has a sculpted bust of Ayn Rand for sale.  ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Mr. Jeremy M. LeRay on 2/15, 10:54pm)

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Ayn Rand Pencil PortraitAyn Rand Pencil Portrait
Pablo (Bob) Rios

A drawing I did for the webmaster of another objectivist site in 2002.
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Yes the Mind Never DiesYes the Mind Never Dies
ROY4L (None)

See the website itself at http://yesthemindneverdies.ytmnd.com/ Bridget: I'm not much for weird surrealist artwork, but this one seems to have a message to which I believe centers around the issue of how people treat kids as being inherently stupid and willfully ignorant. That's why I like really like this one piece, really hits home a point withou... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Bridget Armozel on 10/20, 2:40pm)

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A silent tribute to the woman who started it all.A silent tribute to the woman who started it all.
Bridget Armozel

It's a rare tribute that I see at my university everyday. That despite all the socialist crap taught there, there is one marker for truth, justice, and capitalism among them. They, the socialists, cannot stop the nature of the optimal human; they seek only to steal its fire. -- Bridget
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Preliminary Sketch for Cover Art for <i>The Vision-Driven Life</i>Preliminary Sketch for Cover Art for The Vision-Driven Life
Doris Walton

I am contracting a local artist to create the cover art for my book The Vision-Driven Life. This sketch represents a pencil draft to capture the essentials of the work though I expect a final painting in full color. Inspired by the classic sculpture Man Carving His Own Destiny, this work shows that both man and woman can carve their own unique li...
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(Added by Luke Setzer on 9/12/2006, 10:37am)

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Captain America Captain America
Bosch Fawstin

What if Captain America fought America's enemies as he used to?
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Mini-Tutorials: See art in a fresh way. Mini-Tutorials: See art in a fresh way.
Newberry

Pastel on Dark Paper - Just Add Light. http://www.newberryworkshop.com/Tutorial/kim/kim.html   www.WetCanvas.com has published one of my online tutorials. Its an art site with over 77,000 members and I was very honored to be asked. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 5/28, 9:15am)

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Reared WindowReared Window
A. Robert Malcom

This was an outgrowth of a photo showing a tree managing to grow in a narrow canyon way, where only the part above the walls has the leafry... wanting to make it more interesting, took the idea and made it as part of the 'backyard' of a home... wanting further to see it better, and to gain a sense of depth to the work, turned the left wall into a c... (See the whole comment)
(Added by robert malcom on 5/05, 11:33pm)

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After the HauntAfter the Haunt
A. Robert Malcom

While this was done initially as a study of doing a straw broom, it quickly became, as so often it does to me, a themed work, this time being a gentle parody of William Harnett's famous paintings [he did two versions] "After the Hunt" and, since was doing a broom, decided to double play on the idea of witches - both the whisking and the post-Hallow... (See the whole comment)
(Added by robert malcom on 5/04, 6:43pm)

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