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Described as an "icon of modern art and a a Mona lisa for our time" The Scream by Norwegian Expressionist Edvard Munch is todays selected piece for #HaggardsHalloween. The german title Munch gave these works is "Der Schrei der Natur" which translates to The Scream of Nature. Munch created four versions of this work, The National Gallery in Oslo holds two painted versions, The Munch Museum holds another one and the fourth version done in pastel 1895 was sold for 120,000,000 at Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern Art auction on May 2nd 2012, Making it the fourth highest nominal price paid for a painting at an auction... now that's #scary. How does this painting make you feel? 🔺Work: Der Schrei der Nature (The Scream), Edvard Munch, 1893, National Gallery, Oslo

My inner ap art history student was fan girling at all the tested items, these are all the items that ruined the test for me as well (last pic is Pittsburg) #aparthistory #newyork #themet #wallstreet

@Regranned from @metaface - our last field trip :') #APArtHistory - #regrann

paul gauguin would be proud #aparthistory #promposal #peepthefaces

all the nights of procrastination are worth it #aparthistory

Y no hay remedio
Goya
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Louvre, Day 2! Seated Scribe/ Sarcophagus of the Spouses/ Winged Victory of Samothrace/ Niobides Krater/ Oath of the Horatii- David/ La Grande Odalisque- Ingres/ Liberty Leading the People- Delacroix PC: @kvarneyphotography #APArtHistory #Egyptian #Etruscan #Greek #NeoClassicism

Being tourists on our first day in 🇬🇷! #athens #greece #aparthistory #doric

Only the first day and I already have more than 4 pages of AP Art History notes 😅😭 #backtoschool #studentlife #studygram #aparthistory #aplife

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@Regranned from @metaface - our last field trip :') #APArtHistory - #regrann

Described as an "icon of modern art and a a Mona lisa for our time" The Scream by Norwegian Expressionist Edvard Munch is todays selected piece for #HaggardsHalloween. The german title Munch gave these works is "Der Schrei der Natur" which translates to The Scream of Nature. Munch created four versions of this work, The National Gallery in Oslo holds two painted versions, The Munch Museum holds another one and the fourth version done in pastel 1895 was sold for 120,000,000 at Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern Art auction on May 2nd 2012, Making it the fourth highest nominal price paid for a painting at an auction... now that's #scary. How does this painting make you feel? 🔺Work: Der Schrei der Nature (The Scream), Edvard Munch, 1893, National Gallery, Oslo

And I went to the Vatican. No self respecting #aparthistory#getthruer worth their salt goes to Roma and doesn't hit the high notes lol. But this? I may have cried during it or after, that moved.

Transformation Mask #aparthistory

Y no hay remedio
Goya
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Our 2017 Greek Fest field trip has been a success! #greekfest #loukomàdes #aparthistory #apworldhistory

The Nightmare was completed in 1781 by Anglo-Swiss artist #HenryFuseli. The painting's dreamlike and haunting erotic evocation of infatuation and obsession was a huge popular success. After its first exhibition, at the 1782 Royal Academy of London, critics and patrons reacted with horrified fascination and the work became widely popular. In response, Fuseli produced at least three other versions. Fuseli is often quoted as saying, "One of the most unexplored regions of art are dreams". Which version do you think is creepier? #HaggardsHalloween
Works: Henry Fuseli, “The Nightmare,” 1781 and 1790–91 variation.

why haven’t I been posting? because my ass is getting kicked with work and my procrastinating is making it even worse.
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It's October and that only means one thing... #HaggardsHalloween.. This year were bringing you the creepiest and scariest works of art! 🎃🦇Today, the greek myth of Saturn Devouring His Son. The myth depicts that the Titan Cronus (then Romanized to Saturn) fears getting overthrown by one of his offspring so he decided to eat them upon their birth. This story has been famously depicted by both Peter Paul Rubens and Francisco Goya. Which one do you find the most disturbing?
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Peter Paul Rubens, “Saturn, Jupiter’s father, devours one of his sons,” 1636-1638

Francisco Goya, “Saturn Devouring His Son,” 1819-1823 at @museoprado

I call this "Parthenon en Mallow" fun activity! #aparthistory #artteachersofinstagram

See this blank wall? This is along the long corridor at the @dallasmuseumart and if your essay is selected for Young Masters it will be displayed here! #aparthistory #artteachersofinstagram

Another great portrayal of a 250 piece! #guessthe250 @arthistorychhs #artteachersofinstagram #aparthistory

This might be be my favorite from today! #guessthe250 @arthistorychhs What is the function of this piece? #artteachersofinstagram #aparthistory

Can you name this piece from the 250? Or give some FFCC? #guessthe250 #aparthistory @arthistorychhs #artteachersofinstagram

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