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Highlights of the Collection: Marini, Horse and Rider

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2019 Wilson Summer Intern Chenlu (Cindy) Zhu ’19 analyzes the work of Marino Marini, who employs the motif of bodily distortion to express postwar trauma.

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Shiki: Four Seasons in Japanese Art, Jan. 30-Apr. 11, 2021

Japan Anonymous, Kimono (Woman's Robe), 1920-1940, Silk, 57 in. x 53 in., Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Shiki: The Four Seasons in Japanese Art considers the aesthetic expression of the seasons in Japan.

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Highlights of the Collection: Everts

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These artists employ the recurring motif of bodily distortion to express postwar trauma.

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Highlights of the Collection: Oliveira

In this series, we look at three artists who employ the recurring motif of bodily distortion to express postwar trauma.

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Doug Humble: Smashing Cups

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Photo by Susan Einstein Douglas Humble Untitled (Broken Cups and Saucers), n.d. Porcelain 4 5/8 x 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marer Scripps College, Claremont, CA In a recent interview, Douglas Humble described his artistic processes as freeform and spontaneous: “I like to work with the material and […]

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The Fine Art of Education: Scripps Collectors’ Circle

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The Scripps Collectors’ Circle has significantly enhanced the College’s collection of art, all in the space of one glittering annual event. Whistler’s “Hurlingham” (shown here) was among the pieces acquired at last year’s gathering.

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