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COLL-E 103 REVIEW La Vie (1903) 1) classical images of eve and mary. Mary is holding the child in her hand while Eve is tempting adam 2) it would be nature to assume that Hercules would chose virtue, such as Carracci’s painting Hercules at the Crossroas, but there are reasons why this is less cut in the painting, mainly based on the preceding studies. He had originally placed himself as the man, but then later changed the face to casagames who we know choses vice. The painting could also have an entirely different meaning—the circle of life, because in the preceding paintings in place of the woman and child there is an old man that could represent an older version of himself. Even with the mother and child, this could represent the circle of life with the two young lovers then the birth of a child. Demoiselles d’ Avignon (1907) In the earlier drawings, the significant difference is the male seated in the center of the body of women, along with the male to the left. In the final painting he eliminated the
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course COLL-E 103 taught by Professor Hagar during the Spring '08 term at Indiana.

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