Annie, Poured from Maple Syrup by Edward Ruscha
...Annie, Poured from Maple Syrup, 1966 Annie, Poured from Maple Syrup, 1966 is a painting by Edward Ruscha, presenting the word ‘Annie’ painted in the form of a golden maple syrup against a yellow background (Ruscha, n.p.). The word is painted to present some form of three-dimensional view, against a background that seems to be detached from the actual painting. This forms a good start point of the analysis of this artwork, considering that according to Benedetto Croce, the correct definition or art is simply, “art is vision or intuition” (Croce, 1). In this respect, art is some form of expression of a feeling, a dream, an insight, a revelation, a suspicion or a mental... History of Modern Art Legacy:...