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The Democratization of American Art: Horatio Greenough's George Washington and the Era of the Common Man Considering that Greenough’s Washington represents the first federal commission granted to an American sculptor, art historical literature on this sculpture is surprisingly limited. The leading scholar on Greenough and his ...
Chase married Alice Gerson, whose father managed a large lithography firm, in 1886. She proved to be an inspiration for Chase throughout the rest of his life and frequently appears in his work. While other artists painted ...
Dating of lacustrine molluscan subfossil assemblages using AAR techniques to contextualize the introduction of Zebra mussels to a Wisconsin lake In order to accurately track paleoecological change, researchers must first gain detailed knowledge of respective sample dates and thus the degree of time-averaging among those samples. Understanding the degree of ...
The current study examined the association between academic stress and academic buoyancy with social support as a moderator. . . . By understanding the roles of differing types of social support in protecting academic ...
High resolution isotope sclerochronology reflects seasonal cycle changes at Rocky Point, Belize between the last interglacial and present The last Pleistocene interglacial period is thought to be characterized by warmer temperatures, higher precipitation, higher sea level and lower ice volume than today due to different orbital forcing parameters at that ...