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Cultivating Heroic Manhood Part 1 – Why are So Many Men Psychologically Infantile?

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Art Used in this Video

Santiago Rusiñol - After the War. The Sad Home - Google Art Project
Adolphe, of The Sad Young Man, by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1894, crayon lithograph on wove paper, only state, Wittrock 55 - Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Montreal, Canada - DSC08846
Pronk, Cornelis - Portrait of a Man - Google Art Project
'Buffalo Hunt on the Southwestern Prairies', oil on canvas painting by John Mix Stanley, 1845, Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington D. C.)
Pier Francesco Mola - Oriental Warrior - WGA16087
Henri Fantin-Latour - By the Table - Google Art Project
Edgar Samuel Paxson - Buffalo Hunt
George Catlin - Comanche Warrior Lancing an Osage, at Full Speed - 1985.66.471 - Smithsonian American Art Museum
John Mix Stanley - Indian Telegraph
František Dvořák - Mother with a Child
Gossaert, Madonna with the Child
Akseli Gallen-Kallela - Boy with a Crow - Google Art Project
Ludwig Knaus - Sandkuchen backen (1873)
Claude Monet 011
Young Chief by John Mix Stanley, 1868, oil on canvas
Franz von Lenbach - Hirtenknabe (1860)
Sønnen Ole kigger ud af vinduet
Laurits Andersen Ring - The sick man - Google Art Project
Henry Wallis - Der Tod des Chatterton
Kate Bruce dancing with her son Richard Barthelmess, lobby card for Way Down East (1920)
Egon Schiele - Dead Mother I - Google Art Project
Gustave Courbet - Lovers in the Country, Sentiments of the Young Age - WGA05484
Edvard Munch - Workers on their Way Home - Google Art Project
Charles André van Loo - Perseus and Andromeda - WGA13431
John Collier - Venusberg Scene from Tannhäuser
Max Tannhäuser
Victor Vasnetsov - Knight at the Crossroads - Google Art Project
Eugène Delacroix - Collision of Moorish Horsemen - Walters 376
Charlemont - The Moorish Chief
Winslow Homer, American - A Huntsman and Dogs - Google Art Project
Emanuel Leutze - Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way - Smithsonian