Anthony Quinn

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Brittani Richter Extra credit Anthony Quinn: A Lifetime of Creating and Collecting Art One Thursday afternoon in October, I visited the Museum of Texas Tech to see Anthony Quinn’s art exhibit. I started with the expectation that Quinn’s exhibit would be amazing due to what I had heard about the exhibit. I was hoping that it would be quite and easy to focus on the artwork since it was a Thursday afternoon and maybe there would not be a lot people there. Although not all of my expectations where met that afternoon, it was still very enjoyable. The exhibit had many things that seemed to stick out to me. The first was that the exhibit was not only of Quinn’s work but also the artwork he had been collecting over the years from other artist who had inspired him. The artworks themselves appealed very much to the eye, although all of them were a different style than I was expecting. The fact that they were all so different is what grabbed my attention even more. One of the art works that stuck out to me was by Sir Jacob Epstein called
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course IS 1101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.

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