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photography by Bruce J. Schwarz

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Awkward by
Cora Michael
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Edgar Degas (French): Little Girl Practicing at the Bar

So much about dance vocabulary has to do with line.
#91
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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Freeze Frame by
Thayer Tolles
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Frederic Remington (American): The Old Dragoons of 1850

Remington’s mythic vision has become our vision.
#98
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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Hyperreality by
Kim Benzel
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Relief panel [Assyrian]

That infinite image creates an endless echoing, which is almost dizzying and supernatural.
#72
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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French Dressing by
Harold Koda
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Paul Poiret (French): Paris

It’s maddening because you would never think to approach the making of a garment in this way before.
#57
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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Ephemeral by
Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen
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Louis Comfort Tiffany (American): Hair Ornament

I think he looked at this with special eyes and those eyes help transform the way we look at nature.
#47
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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On Site
Cinematic by
Helen Evans
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Plate with the Battle of David and Goliath [Byzantine]

One doesn’t tend to think of silver plates as being quite as emotionally involving.
#35
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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In Conversation by
Ellenor Alcorn
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Ewer [English, London and Chinese]

The whole world is encapsulated in one piece.
#34
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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Unfinished by
Andrea Bayer
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Jacopo Bassano (Jacopo da Ponte) (Italian): The Baptism of Christ

I think his age liberated him and that he was working on it for himself.
#31
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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Altered States by
Nadine Orenstein
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Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch): Christ Crucified between the Two Thieves: The Three Crosses

For me a great work of art is something that goes beyond the image that it’s depicting.
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Bruce J. Schwarz
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