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United States artist whose work reflected social and political themes (1898-1969)

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14) On one two-page spread in Spanish Speaking Americans in the War, Shahn and Olson commemorate US troops killed at Bataan by juxtaposing a portrait of a forlorn couple from Kentucky with a photograph of a mother dressed heavily in black standing in a desolate desert cemetery (see pp.
Shahn Rashid stands inside the housing of one of the Air Force's one-meter GEODSS sensor dome at the Maui Space Surveillance Complex.
There are a number drivers that have gone on from a UAE karting background that are now competing in higher levels of motor sport, such as Kartdrome graduates Edward Jones, who is currently in with a strong chance of winning the Formula 3 Open Series in Europe, and Shahn Engineer, who is competing in Formula Renault.
The photographers--Ben Shahn, Walker Evans, Marion Post Walcott, and others--were remarkable, and their black and white images resonate with an astonishing mix of the foreign and the familiar.
Her conceptual grasp of the communicative powers and stylistic possibilities of the printed word is unparalleled, in that regard matching or surpassing the achievements of John Heartfield, Ben Shahn, Barbara Kruger, Ed Ruscha, Jenny Holzer, Mel Bochner, Bruce Nauman, Kay Rosen, and Raymond Pettibon.
Al Mazunah is located in the southwest of the sultanate, 4km away from the Yemeni border - 14km from the city of Shahn in Yemen.
He limits discussion to art depicting symbols, iconography, language (that is, Hebrew letters) and historical or biographical imagery that he can identify as stereotypically Jewish and contends that no uniquely Jewish elements exist in Jewish American art except for when specific themes and overt materials (the painted Hebrew letters in a Shahn painting, for example) appear.
Samuels's list of artists known to have been important to Bishop include "Rembrandt, Pierre Bonnard, Loren Maclver, Ben Shahn, Vincent Van Gogh, Max Ernst (for his photomontages), Honore Daumier, Joseph Cornell, Vermeer, Eduoard Vuillard, Klee, Schwitters, Constablejackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Francis Bacon, Calder, George Seurat, Giorgio de Chirico, Oskar Kokoschka, Hyman Bloom, and John Marin" (15).
Fue el pintor Ben Shahn quien lo dijo, y lo repitio Jack Levine, otro artista estadunidense, que el arte no-objetivo era el arte de la guerra fria.
The council called for encouraging the two countries' businessmen to avail from the merits provided in the industrial zones in Aden, al-Mazyouna, Shahn and Salalah.
152) The demonstration of this premise is done by using examples from the art of Samuel Hirszenberg, Marc Chagall, Ben Shahn, Jan Burka, Reuven Rubin and Samuel Bak.
Along with photographic heavyweights Gordon Parks, Walker Evans, and Ben Shahn, the FSA hired Dorothea Lange, and it was her photographs in particular that helped win the hearts and minds of millions of Americans by showing them the beauty of the nation's down and out.
Valora especialmente la pintura marcada por un fuerte compromiso social de George Bellows (1882-1925), Ben Shahn (1898-1969) y algunos otros como Jack Levine (1915), William Gropper (1897-1977) y Philip Evergood (1901-1973).
I loved Edward Hopper and Ben Shahn, but the story I wanted to tell had to be an original one.
Kitaj and Ben Shahn -Wolff opts for work that gives visual pleasure and manifests its own particular beauty.