Find a work of art
that provokes you to think about an event or circumstance in a new way.
Although these logos are designed specifically to represent a company's identity, making them different from a work of art
, it is also clear that some companies believe that art can also be used to represent a company's identity.
Criminals seems to have no difficulty understanding the importance and durability of the 'aura' of a work of art
, especially if we accept the explanation that such works are stolen to earn kudos in the underworld.
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company secretary Alfred Homburger said: "The business never took off.
though what it is for an artifact to be a work of art
is for it to satisfy
The appraisal must be prepared, signed and dated by a qualified appraiser who performs appraisals on a regular basis, is not a party to the transaction, is not the beneficiary or donee of the work of art
and is not related (by employment, marriage or otherwise) to anyone involved in the transaction.
This work of art
must reflect the history and character of this ancient Celtic land of Wales.
8 If you want, when you're finished, you can glue your work of art
to a larger piece of black construction paper, creating a dramatic frame.
Using works of art by such artists as Piet Mondrian, Jan Steen, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Vincent van Gogh, Wassily Kandinsky and others, Gillian Wolfe calls our attention to the differing points of focus possible in viewing a work of art
Solicited from various experts in the field, the entries for each work of art
are written in a clear, scholarly, yet readable style, each with pertinent bibliography for further study.
The ensuing critical response (conducted entirely in words), is much more widespread and influential than the work of art
And a vital faith is more like an organism or a work of art
than it is like a cafeteria tray.
It is the problem of knowing that they have understood enough of the relevant culture to describe tribal artefacts, correctly and unequivocally, as `works of art'--that is, as `works of art' in the only sense of this expression that we understand: the very same sense in which a medieval icon, Michelangelo's David, or Duchamp's Fountain is a work of art