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  • American Craftsman Home Analysis

    P3a Description: The building located at 11005 Riveria Road is a two story American Craftsman home that was constructed in 1914. This surrounding area consists of primarily American Craftsman single and multiple residences constructed from 1900s to the 1950s. This two story Craftsman home has a square floorplan, muti-panned windows, and a continuous brick foundation. The wood framed building is sheathed in horizontal wood beveled siding on the second story and split wood shingles are on the porch header on the first story. The porch appears to have been altered; since it lacks Craftsman features such as the porch header meeting the columns, which soothes the transition of architectural elements to give it a natural look. Significance…

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  • John Ruskin's Influence On American Architecture

    the pieces aesthetically pleasing, functional, and to preserve intrinsic quality of the material. (Blakesley 2006). The design became whole and each piece and space was fabricated to be individualistic within an overall piece of art; the rugs, furniture, art glass, etc. The movement took off and became in demand, making it become a steady flow of income for architects and designers that were part of the movement (Todd 2004). As previously mentioned, materiality held a high Photo 1. Arts and…

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  • Sears Case Study Essay

    A potential buyer for the Craftsman line would be Ace Hardware, due to their current strategic alliance. Black and Decker, another hardware company, has expressed interest in purchasing Craftsman. Selling these two assets would provide Sears with a much-needed source of income in the short term, enabling them to switch from a department store to an appliance store. Along with selling two of their best-known assets, Sears should also sell all of their automotive centers which would generate…

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  • R & B Vs Hip Hop Analysis

    sound in connection to a "blast" clamor. Gatherings and clubs indicate how this sound consolidated with music influences individuals. Alongside the group, the Hip-Hop melodies ' instrumentals, comprehensive of a base, makes individuals need to move; as likewise, the case with me. The instrumental likewise assumes a part in the vocalization of a melody, prompting to a craftsman 's way to deal with the tune. When I hear certain R&B beats, I consequently consider how I would sing on it and verses.…

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  • Gamble House Research Paper

    evaluation. There are however some similarities. The designs take advantage of Southern California’s climate and their natural environment. The Gamble House with a sleeping porch and transition spaces from indoors to outdoor patios, garden and pond while the Lovell House has open transition space to the patio and swimming pool. They both include the plentiful use of windows to provide ample natural light. Although they have similar goals in connecting the inside with the outside, the Gamble…

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  • Divorce In A Midsummer Night's Room

    Darnton describes some of the reasons for the printing press journeymen to massacre the master’s cats was due to frustration stemming from basic inequalities of necessities. Essentially, the workers notice that while the cats, along with the masters, lounge throughout the days, they are working exceedingly long hours with little to no respite. Moreover, the cats are passed morsels of food from the masters. Whereas, the workers live off of rotten scraps of food and struggle to eat enough…

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  • Langston Hughes And Countee Cullen Essay

    Countee Cullen and Langston Hughes were two African American poets who composed amid the Harlem Renaissance day and age. The Harlem Renaissance traversed from 1917-1937 in Northeast America. In spite of the fact that subjugation was in history, racial strain was still felt amid that time, and that is the thing that both artists expounded on. Countee Cullen composed the lyric "Occurrence". Fundamentally the two sonnets are somewhat different.The ballad Incident is a Quatrain since it has a…

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  • Booker T. Washington: African American Community In The 19th Century

    Simply labeled orators of change these two men can only be described as believing accommodation versus reform. Up from Slavery, was written in hopes of helping newly freed slaves in America, to realize the importance of education and the need for industrial skills in the African American community in the 19th century. Booker T. Washington, who believed that African American's interests were best served by becoming farmers, land owners, and most importantly educated. He felt that work as a…

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  • Forms Of Love In Robert Hayden's Those Winter Sundays

    Love, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is a “strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties” (). Now how does love take form? Is it through hugs and kisses, through warm interactions, through devotion and sacrifice? To love is to have strong affection, and that can show through many forms. One such form illuminates from the fire’s blaze in Robert Hayden’s lyric “Those Winter Sundays.” The love the father has for his children is not warm, not open, and not…

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  • The Role Of Art In Colonial America

    Many people worked in the artistic area back in Colonial America because there wasn’t much you could do. I’ll talk about what jobs were popular, talk a bit about painting, and some popular craftsman. Also, I will talk about what the popular and unpopular art forms were, and talking about furniture. Finally, different facts on what was happening in different places all throughout the colonies. These will answer the question, how did art change the colonies/colonists? Portrait painters alternated…

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