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    For each piece, offer a name, artist, location of the piece, and citation so you can locate the piece again with ease.

    The specific description of the piece must include a brief analysis of the work relative to appropriate use of some of the following terms: line, color, value, texture, shape, form, space, balance, emphasis, contrast, movement, rhythm and pattern, and unity. You must be able to use at least two different terms as you describe each piece. Include dates for each work of art.

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    Finally, as you show some 17th-century Baroque pieces, I love the painting, "The Abduction of the Sabine Women," probably 1633-34 by Nicolas Poussin. Its image is found at http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/46.160

    Poussin's use of ...

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    Brief references and notes are given to validate 17th-century Baroque art.