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Cycles (Art)

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    • Series (Art)
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    • found: Work cat: 2016429126: Tages- und Jahreszeitenzyklen von Caspar David Friedrich, 2015:p. 9, etc. (Friedrich's complete cycles should be examined more closely; the cycle theme had a significant role not only in Friedrich's works but in contemporary artistic production in general)
    • found: A&AT, July 6, 2016:(note under Series (groups): a conceptual grouping of literary works, visual arts works, or performance art intended by the creator(s) to be seen together or in succession as a cycle of works)
    • found: ARTstor search results, July 7, 2016(mosaic cycle; relief panel from the Incarnation cycle)
    • found: BHA and RILA search results, July 7, 2016(sculpture cycle; picture cycles; Gonzaga Cycle; Medici Cycle)
    • found: Heilbrunn timeline of art history, July 6, 2016:under Italian painting of the later Middle Ages (complex narratives often painted in a series, or cycle)
    • found: Oxford art online search results, July 6, 2016(pictorial cycles; typological cycles; narrative cycles; Rubens's famous cycle of paintings the History of Marie de' Medici; fresco cycle; decorative cycles; cycles)
    • found: Siegel, L. Caspar David Friedrich and the age of German romanticism (via Google books), 1978:p. 124 (Cycle of Life sets; neither of the Cycle of Life series has been preserved in its entirety)
    • found: Stokstad, M. Art history, 1995:p. 727 (cycles, or series, of paintings)
    • found: Wolf, N. Caspar David Friedrich, 1774-1840 (via Google books), 2003:p. 66 (artists of Romanticism frequently conceived their subjects in terms of cycles; around 1820, Friedrich commenced one of his best known cycles of the times of day)
    • found: LC data base, July 7, 2016(decorative cycles; fresco cycles; picture cycles)
    • notfound: ArtLex, July 6, 2016;McGraw-Hill dict. art;Web. 3
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    • 2016-07-06: new
    • 2016-10-18: revised
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