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Visit this research guide for books, articles, images, websites, and other resources for your art and art history classes.

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Achelous and Hercules (1947) by Thomas Hart Benton

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Megan Lotts
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New Brunswick, NJ
Subjects:Art History


Information on this page adapted from the Eng 201: Comparative Religion guide by Kevin Mulcahy.

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