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Art CollectionsRelated OrganizationsReading Lists  |  Student Essays

The Violette de Mazia Foundation encourages review, research, exploration, and development of objective aesthetic analysis.

The following resources provide examples of: (1) art collections, museums and galleries; (2) organizations involved in compatible endeavors; (3) suggested reading lists; (4) analytical essays written by student participants in our courses.

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Guggenheim Museum Art Collections

Click here to visit the Guggenheim Museum's  website.

05/11/2010
Harvard Art Museums Art Collections

Click here to visit the Harvard Art Museums website.

05/11/2010
Improvisation # 29 (The Swan), Wassily Kandinsky Student Essays

Kandinsky’s Improvisation (Swan) is a highly decorative non-objective painting composed of vibrant colors, and a variety of shapes and line set in an active swirling space...read more.

03/18/2010
InLiquid Organizations

Click here to visit the InLiquid website

05/11/2010
Irvin Nahan - Artist Teacher Art Collections

View samplings of drawings from across Irv Nahan's entire career by clicking here.

04/08/2010
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Art Collections

Click here to view the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's website.

05/05/2010
Jack's Words - Making the most out of life after 25 years of living with Traumatic Brain Injury Organizations

Jack Scanlon is a motivational speaker who sustained a 'traumatic brain injury in 1983. His goal is to provide a resource for all families and persons who have sustained TBI and other disabilities and to offer support and guidence.

Arts for The Mind: Painting & Ceramics for Persons with Brain Injury

02/06/2011
Landscape of Wheatfield with Church, Jacob van Ruisdael. Student Essays

The genre of landscape painting owes much to the work of the Dutch artist, Jacob van Ruisdael....read more.

03/30/2010
Landscape, Maurice Denis Student Essays

The color-ensemble, dominated by cool blue, green, and lavender tones, is richly subtle, ruggedly-surfaced, and softly angular...read more.

03/24/2010
Laurel Hill Cemetery Organizations

Click here to visit Laurel Hill Cemetery's website.

05/11/2010