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- 65279the Establishment In The 1960s - 982 words
... more than 180,000 by the end of the year and to 500,000 by 1968. Johnson did not have the same views as some of the radicals. He wanted to keep the United States in the Vietnam War, while the radicals did not. Richard Nixon was the thirty-seventh president after Lyndon Johnson. Nixon didnt believe in the Vietnam War as highly as Johnson. In 1973, after four years of war in Vietnam, the administration managed to arrange a cease-fire that would last long enough to allow U.S. departure from Vietnam. Nixon had very different views then the radicals. He thought that all of the protestors were rebels who should have action taken against them. Even though he ordered the departure of all United ...
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- Beatles Break Up - 1,179 words
... atles wanted to spend time with their families and not have to leave all the time. Lennon especially was a main factor in the fact that the touring ended. He did not like to go out on tours; he also lost the desire to record music within the band. It had become routine to him, and he was sick of it. In an interview done with George and John in 1967 referring to stop touring, it was said that it was like an end of a cycle. When they were in Liverpool, it was like they understood the crowd, but once out touring around the world, it was different. There was a new different type of audience each day; it was no longer what they were use to (www.askjeeves.com March 30, 2000). As many old bands ...
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- Behind Every Great Structure In The World, There Are The People Who Made Them, And Who Took The Time And Effort To Design The - 1,341 words
... s, each averaging 13 feet 6 inches tall (Niel, 28), and each connected by a lintel stone to each stone on either side. Just inside that circle of sarsens is a circle of bluestones, smaller stones which are usually not too much more than 6 feet tall. Inside of the bluestone circle is the trilithon horseshoe, or a horseshoe-shaped setting of sarsens in trilithons, or two sarsens standing next to each other with one lintel across the top. The open end of the horseshoe faces the northeast. Inside the trilithon horseshoe is a bluestone horseshoe. Inside the bluestone horseshoe, somewhat towards the center, is the altar stone, which might not have been used for that purpose. At the entrance to ...
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- Great Shah Abbas And His Buildings In Isfahan - 893 words
Great Shah Abbas And His Buildings In Isfahan The Great Shah Abbas and His Buildings in Isfahan The Great Shah Abbas I reigned from 1588-1629. He was a ruler who relocated the capital from Saljuq to Isfahan, in the center of the country. This was his attempt to centralize political and religious authority, develop capital, and institute Safavid Iran as a world power, both economically and politically. Shah Abbas began his renovations with the transformation of the little Timurid palace into the Ali Qapu, or 'sublime port' an entrance to the royal gardens. Abbas made it his headquarters while his architects began the creation, under his direction and often under his personal supervision, of h ...
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- Monotheism - 1,617 words
Monotheism The baroque period was characterized by a heroic, dramatic and emotional theme. With well know names like Rembrant, Bach, Pennini, Caravaggio, Bernini, Tintoretto, Velasques, Poussin, Handel, and Rubens, the period produced many popular pieces of music and art. The art of the period was filled with movement, light versus shadow, and the use of the whole surface. The composers incorporated new ideas into their music such as different major and minor scales, the use of the violin, a regular rhythm, a melody that was hard to sing to, terrace dynamics, the basso continuo, and instrumental music was now considered as good as vocal music. The baroque period was an important piece of his ...
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- Neoexpressionism - 557 words
Neo-Expressionism The term neo-expressionism describes the art movement that dominated the art market in the early and mid 1980s. The word "neo" refers to a revival of previous ideas or trends. Expressionism was a style from around the time of World War 1 that was highly personal, and was often executed with violent fervor. Neo-expressionism is similar, and also generally uses bright colors, recognizable objects (such as the human body) with distorted representation, great expression of emotion, and often commentary on social issues. It usually is not realistic. The common subject matter often deals with the negative aspects of life: vulgarities, violence, cynicism, and brutality. It is full ...
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- The Influence Of The Classical Style On Modern Structures - 779 words
The Influence Of The Classical Style On Modern Structures The Influence of the Classical Style on Modern Structures Its safe to say that the past has had profound influence on the way we live today. Many aspects of life have evolved over time and have been fine tuned to fit our preferences. A few examples are art, fashion and architecture. Every once in a while people look to the past in order to decide what we want for the present. For example, some people like to wear retro clothes that were popular in the 50s and listen to Elvis Prestley records. This is also true with architecture. Its easy to see the similarities and distinctions between ancient Greek structures and modern structures. T ...
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- The Term Neoexpressionism Describes The Art Movement That Dominated The Art Market In The Early And Mid 1980s The Word Neo Re - 556 words
The term neo-expressionism describes the art movement that dominated the art market in the early and mid 1980s. The word "neo" refers to a revival of previous ideas or trends. Expressionism was a style from around the time of World War 1 that was highly personal, and was often executed with violent fervor. Neo-expressionism is similar, and also generally uses bright colors, recognizable objects (such as the human body) with distorted representation, great expression of emotion, and often commentary on social issues. It usually is not realistic. The common subject matter often deals with the negative aspects of life: vulgarities, violence, cynicism, and brutality. It is full of symbolism, and ...
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- Titians Altarpieces In The Church Of The Frari, Venice - 1,290 words
... eristics of the popular votive picture (paintings depicting a patron venerating a saint in a more intimate association) for example, Titians Bishop Jacopo Pesaro Presented to St. Peter by Pope Alexander VI which include profile perspectives of subjects, asymmetry, and inclusion of things that represent the patron. The advent of x-ray technology has shown the extent to which Titian refined, and reconstructed stylistic elements of the Pesaro which were originally more Belliniesque in concept. The discovery of underlying pentimenti support this claim, and reveal at least two changes of plan: the first resembles a Bellini work, with a vaulted loggia-like arrangement. The second experimente ...
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