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Hans Hofmann was a strong exponent of abstract art whose paintings depicted a relationship between powerful and vibrant colours on a clearly defined underlying structure, Hans Hofmann – representative of the Abstract Expressionism movement – was born in Weissenberg in Bavaria on March 21st 1880. Methods: Patients on a bone marrow transplant unit were randomly assigned to two groups. Patients in the experimental group received music therapy prior to completing the Lee Fatigue Scale (Lee, Hicks, & Nino-Murcia, 1991) while patients in the wait-list control condition received music therapy services after they completed the instrument. Works on Paper: Artists and Architects, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, December 14, 1996-January 4, 1997. Between 1914 and 1918 much of the fiercest fighting took place in the fields of France and Belgium. The war ravaged landscape was vividly captured by official war artists who were specially commissioned for the job. This painting of Vimy Ridge by Gyrth Russell evokes a grim, grey, muddy dawn in a countryside devoid of beauty, and made barren by desparate and prolonged conflict. The Inter-war years continued to be troubled by political and economic troubles. Abstract painting and sculpture continued to dominate, as true-to-life representational art remained very unfashionable. Even the realist wing of the Surrealism movement – the biggest movement of the period – could manage no more than a fantasy style of reality. Meantime, a more sinister reality was emerging on the Continent, in the form of Nazi art and Soviet agit-prop. Only Art Deco, a rather sleek design style aimed at architecture and applied art, expressed any confidence in the future. Stanford University Museum of Art, CA. Twentieth-Century Drawings from the Anderson Collection: Auguste Rodin to Elizabeth Murray. 15 November 1988 – 19 February 1989. Catalogue with text by Caroline A. Jones. Initially, music therapy services at this southeastern hospital consisted of live music listening opportunities for infants 28 weeks and older, provided by a board-certified music therapist who had NICU music therapy training or by a music therapy student directly supervised by the NICU music therapist. After nine months, the music therapist approached the head nurse and neonatologists about the possibility of starting music and multimodal stimulation (MMS) protocol. At this time we are providing the live music listening protocol at the hospital, typically for infants 27 weeks to 30 weeks who are receiving oxygen via ventilator or nasal cannula and the MMS for infants who are typically 33 weeks PCA and older; however, many infants between 30-33 weeks PCA are not receiving music therapy due to the large number of infants in the NICU and time constraints. Even when providing music therapy services in the NICU two hours a day across five days a week, it is often hard to provide live music to every infant in the NICU.