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Copy of Copy of The Claviharp

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Wayne Stith Sr

on 30 November 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of The Claviharp

The Claviharp

The artwork that I would like to explore for this journal is of The Claviharp. which Is dated back to the late 19th century.
Classification: Chordophone-Zither
Credit Line:
The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889
The harp and piano is incorporated as one
The level of technology is noted as the harp is seen
Perpendicular to keyboard, as it also made to the width of the keyboard of a three octave span.
the grand piano
What Is interesting about this harp is that it has a keyboard versus the harps of today.
sheep in the highlands

this is the artwork of Rosa Bonheur of 1857. oil on canvas, ( Wallace collection, London).
Rosa Bonheur was a 19th century painter of animals.
one of the greatest highlights of this painting is the lighting and also the rain, as they both comes though creating a very natural looking effect. the lighting effect on the sheep, helps to bring the sheep alive in the painting.
This work of art In the form of a quilt, was created by Ringgold, who was known as a medium associated with women.
Beutifully made with Acrylic on canvas with fabric borders, quilted, 7′ 6″ × 6′ 8″. Private collection,
The contents of the work comes together well to show the progress that has been made within the African American culture.
Who’s Afraid of Aunt Jemima?
Faith Ringgold,
was presented by Ringgold to her mother, as a tribute. The basic elements that were used also helped to recognize the African American culture and the struggles of women to overcome oppression
The first impression reveals much
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