Assignment 1 – Still Life with Cucumber

dell’ Arengo, P. (no date) The Annunciation, with saint Emidius. Available at: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/research/exhibition-catalogues/building-the-picture/entering-the-picture/crivelli-annunciation (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met (1472) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436052 (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art (2000) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/food/hd_food.htm (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
Hockney, D. (2006) Secret Knowledge. 2nd edn. London: Thames & Hudson.
Ltd, T.B. (2016) ‘Jan Bolivar in Conversation with John Greenwood’, Turps Banana, 1(#15), pp. 22–29.
Tobin, J. (2014) Fruits and vegetables as sexual metaphor in late renaissance Rome. Available at: http://www.gastronomica.org/fruits-vegetables-sexual-metaphor-late-renaissance-rome/ (Accessed: 15 June 2016).

Citations, Quotes & Annotations

dell’ Arengo, P. (no date) The Annunciation, with saint Emidius. Available at: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/research/exhibition-catalogues/building-the-picture/entering-the-picture/crivelli-annunciation (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(dell’ Arengo, no date)
Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met (1472) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436052 (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Carlo Crivelli | Madonna and child | the met, 1472)
Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art (2000) Available at: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/food/hd_food.htm (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Food and drink in European painting, 1400–1800 | essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of art history | the metropolitan museum of art, 2000)
Hockney, D. (2006) Secret Knowledge. 2nd edn. London: Thames & Hudson.
(Hockney, 2006)
Ltd, T.B. (2016) ‘Jan Bolivar in Conversation with John Greenwood’, Turps Banana, 1(#15), pp. 22–29.
(Ltd, 2016)
Tobin, J. (2014) Fruits and vegetables as sexual metaphor in late renaissance Rome. Available at: http://www.gastronomica.org/fruits-vegetables-sexual-metaphor-late-renaissance-rome/ (Accessed: 15 June 2016).
(Tobin, 2014)
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