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Juxtapose: Classical and Contemporary Art

The intersection between classical and contemporary collections.

When viewing a work of art one natively experiences a reaction. The emotion and resonance of a particular piece is what typically drives a collector to acquire. When approaching collecting you can find concurrent themes through most collections, whether it be one specific focus, a school, medium or genre. In juxtaposition, the relationship between color, form and style through time should lend to an interesting exploration and exhibition. Here, we explore old master printmaking stylistically in comparison with contemporary collage and drawing. 

Post multum vero temporis rediit dominus servorum illoris et contulit rationem cum eis (Matt. 25.19.)

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Harman Jansz van Muller

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The Arch of Constantine and the Colosseum Vedute dell' Arco di Costantino, e dell' Anfiteatro Flavio il Colosseo

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Giovanni Battista Piranesi

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Les Pauvres (The Poor)

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Pablo Picasso

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Scenes from the History of the Argonauts, #1

By

Don Joint

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Ancient Landscape II (Ancient City)

By

Louise Nevelson

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Hungry Dogs, First Stone

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George Wesley Bellows

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Soirée d'été (Summer Evening)

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James Jacques Tissot

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Between Rounds, Small, Second Stone

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George Wesley Bellows

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Untitled (Conducting the Orchestra)

By

Adolf Dehn

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Homme couche et femme accroupie

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Pablo Picasso

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Untitled

By

Dennis Ashbaugh

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Peoples Follies

By

Reginald Marsh

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The Riva No. 2

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James Abbott McNeill Whistler

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Portrait of a Young Girl

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William John Edmondson

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Corrida

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Pablo Picasso

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Woman's Head in Profile - Woman's Head in Profile (left) (Havard)

By

Elie Nadelman

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