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How Important is Art History? – DraftsmenS1E15

September 10, 20191 Comment

A listener sends us a letter voicing their frustration with Stan’s past comments about art history. It prompts a longer discussion about the benefits you can get from learning history. Jazza didn’t sponsor this episode, but we unbox his Jazzy Art Box.

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Referenced Artists/Works:

William-Adolphe Bouguereau

Solomon Joseph Solomon


-John Everett Millais

-John William Waterhouse


Ken Burns

Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History

Dr. Seuss and Mr. Geisel: A Biography

Burne Hogarth

Jack Hamm

Andrew Loomis

Stephen Peck

Norman Rockwell

J.C. Leyendecker

Jeremy Lipking

Craig Mullins

Drew Struzan

John Singer Sargent

Joaquín Sorolla

Frank Frazetta


Honoré-Victorin Daumier

Jacopo da Pontormo

Paul Cézanne

Edgar Degas

Claude Monet


Alphonse Mucha

Alice Cooper album cover

Drawing with Jazza

Visions of Light

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  1. Linda L Snyder says:

    Another great story teller is Paul Johnson; author of Art: A New History and one of his books, The Creators includes more human back stories of artists.

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