A critical analysis of twenty paintings by Western European artists from the Anthony Denney collection c.1950-1965

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This study is concerned with an analysis of twenty paintings by Western European artists from the thirty-five-item segment of the Anthony Denney Collection on permanent loan to the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. The paintings were considered separately in a two phase visual and verbal analysis accompanied by visual diagrams. Phase one described the primary visual qualities of each painting through examination of the art elements and principles. Phase two was a verbal description of each painting. The purpose of this investigation is to provide an analysis format suitable for abstract and non-objective works of art.

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Brumbach, Mary Alice May 1972.

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This study is concerned with an analysis of twenty paintings by Western European artists from the thirty-five-item segment of the Anthony Denney Collection on permanent loan to the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. The paintings were considered separately in a two phase visual and verbal analysis accompanied by visual diagrams. Phase one described the primary visual qualities of each painting through examination of the art elements and principles. Phase two was a verbal description of each painting. The purpose of this investigation is to provide an analysis format suitable for abstract and non-objective works of art.

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Brumbach, Mary Alice. A critical analysis of twenty paintings by Western European artists from the Anthony Denney collection c.1950-1965, thesis or dissertation, May 1972; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc935736/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .