using the arts to illustrate macroeconomics bibliography

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Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts presented “Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer” back in 2015 – 2016.

https://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/class-distinctions

I have visited the MFA, the Isabela Stewart Gardner Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art, The Clark, and the Peabody Essex Museum with students and invariably some economic topic is mentioned if only, I wonder how expensive the cheese plate is…

Every picture tells a story. Can you help complete and add to a bibliography (in MLA8 format) to illustrate macroeconomics?

Songs:

Brother can you spare a dime?

Industrial Disease

Movies:

Down and out in Beverly Hills

Stalag 17

The Grapes of Wrath

Photographs:

by Dorothea Lange

by Robert Frank

One Point for a complete and correct bibliographic reference (MLA8) and one point for a maximum of five sentences on what the art work says about macroeconomics.

You can receive a maximum of 10 points on this assignment.

A sample bibliography is attached…

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