Art History Fun with Dr. Bryan
By Bryan J. Zygmont, Ph.D
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An entertaining, educational and perhaps slightly cheeky look at some of the major works of Western art by Dr. Bryan Zygmont, Assistant Professor or Art History at Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa.
||Edward Curtis’s 1906 photograph “In a Piegan Lodge”||Long before there was Adobe Photoshop, Curtis edited images of Native Americans.||30 12 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Benjamin West’s 1770 masterpiece, The Death of General Wolfe||Benjamin West was a much better art teacher than art maker, but The Death of General Wolfe isn't so hard on the eyes.||27 3 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Bernini, The Ecstasy of St. Teresa, 1647-52||Nothing quite says, "Catholic Baroque!" like a nun floating on a cloud making what could best be described as an 'O Face.'||20 8 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Alexandre Cabanel’s 1862 masterpiece, The Birth of Venus||She's naked, she's curvy, and she's giving you the 'Hello there, big fellah!' look. Score.||6 12 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Fragonard’s The Swing, c. 1767||A look at the flirty and saucy painting, The Swing, that Fragonard painted in 1767.||15 11 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Duccio; Madonna and Child, c. 1300||A look at Duccio's Madonna and Child that the Met in New York City purchased in 2004.||7 11 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Charles Willson Peale’s “The Artist in His Museum” from 1822||--||30 10 2009||Free||View In iTunes|