Art Appreciation

Art Appreciation

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... Art appreciation: oral exhibit report In accordance with arts, it should be d that the knowledge of creative art in all field need to be appreciated. There is need to recognize and understand the timeless quality that identifies great art (Beigel 2). It is stated by arts professionals that the more people are involved in understanding the art of different eras, the more they improve on artwork (Beigel 2). Arts appreciation can be grouped under arts movement, styles and techniques employed to create the artwork (Beigel 2). Following the art historic timeline, it is proper to briefly focus on explaining some of the most important art movement and styles following their order of arrangement. This will...
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Islamic art

Islamic art

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... Inserts His/her Inserts Inserts Grade Inserts Here (Day, Month, Year) Islamic Art Islamic Art represents the art which is being produced from the 7th century onwards by different people who lived within Islamic states, which were ruled and inhabited by Muslims. Islamic Art can be classified into various fields such as architecture, calligraphy, painting and ceramics etc. this art does not pertain to religion only. Islamic art is an art which basically expresses an encounter with the divine presence. The term Islamic refers not only to the religious conviction, but to the affluent and diverse Islamic ethnicity as well. Islamic art often adopts worldly elements and elements that are frowned upon, if...
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Art History

Art History

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... History The video under examination is Eternal Ancestors – African Art and Modernism. In large part this video takes place in lecture format andconsiders the relation between African sculpture and Western Modern art. The video argues that this relation occurred around 1906 and developed throughout the 20th century. The primary interaction between African sculpture and Western art is argued to be between influences African sculpture had on Western artistic formulations. One such influence came in terms of so called-primitive elements that were adopted by Western artists. The video considers a variety of early 20th century artists that implemented African art techniques, and argues that it was these...
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Indian Art

Indian Art

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... Art Indian Art Greco-Roman implies having both Greek and Roman traits or a style of art developed in Rome from the 1st century B.C. to the early 4th century A.D., primarily typified by a clear gratitude to Greek motifs or forms modified by monumental scale, technological innovation, the blending of narrative with symbolic treatment of themes, and a stress on the remembrance aspect of a art work.1 This paper will discuss two works of art from the Gandharan period and describe the Greco-Roman and Hindu influence in each. The two selected art works are Wrestlers Weight with Hercules and the Nemean Lion and the Stair Riser with Marine Deities or Boatmen. Wrestler’s Weight with Hercules and the Nemean Lio...
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Art Presentation

Art Presentation

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... Art Presentation of the art piece: Maesta Artist: DUCCIO DI BUONINSEGNA 1311 Medium: Exotic materials Culture: maesta is a religious piece of art created in the honor of Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. During the era, Sienese triumphed over Florentines in a battle commonly known as the Monteperti in the year 1260, (Gardner, Helen, Kleiner pg). This victory reinforced their devotion to the Virgin Mary and in the year 1308, the Sienese contracted Duccio to do an immense altarpiece painting named Maesta. Name: The sculptures of the Royal Portal Date: 1145-1155 Culture: the sculptures of the Royal Portals were inscribed at the entrance of the Chartres Cathedral. According to (Gardner, Helen, Kleiner...
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Performance Art

Performance Art

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... Art Introduction Art is continually evolving. Various events and circumstances often affect it and often generate various changes and improvements. Wars, famine, poverty, drought, and other events have often had an impact on art, and have often driven artists into fits of inspiration with various masterpieces. This paper shall focus on performance artists and how they have been affected by various incidents and happenings. It shall highlight performance artists Marina Abramovic, Yoko Ono, and Stuart Brisley. This paper is being carried out in order to review the impact of performance art on art itself, and how these artists have impacted on the evolution and development of art in general. Each...
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Art History

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... Duchamp and Dadaism Duchamp is considered one of the best influences of the 20th century art mostly because of his modernity related to western art. According to Duchamp art was not only for demonstration of the past but was also meant to symbolize the need to change and characterize the modern world (Glaves-Smith 205). This is mostly seen with his works on the urinal which was a readymade product which he named the fountain. The aim was to break the traditional reasoning and put into logic that art is modest and smart and can influence the shape of the world. Similar views can be expressed by the dada movement (Tom Sandqvist). According to this movement, reason and logic led people into war and...
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The Baroque Era Art and Modern Art

The Baroque Era Art and Modern Art

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... The Baroque Era Art and Modern Art It is apparent that the modern art has for a long time undergone continuous changes as the art industry continue to change due to inevitable influences from economic, political, social and religious factors. The world has seen massive transformations in the state of the modern art where it remains evident that contemporary art differs from art in the Baroque era. Regardless of these changes, the current trends in the modern art draw their roots from the art practiced in the Baroque era. According to Craig Lockard (451), Baroque artists placed more focus on new perspectives such as movement, amplified light, tension, decorations, and strong emotions to produce the ...
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Baroque Art

Baroque Art

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... Baroque Art Art as Propaganda: Religion and the Visual Arts Art has been associated with propaganda, especially religious propaganda. They are social commentary images that try to persuade people towards a particular viewpoint. For example, such forms of art were used in the exploration and colonization of the New World where religious doctrines and viewpoints were demonstrated through visual arts. Reformations and counter-reformations were also demonstrated in several parts of Europe through visual arts where each religion and belief propagates its own ideologies. Visual art is also used to serve a purpose that people approve of, which leads to reformation, and to serve a purpose which people dis...
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Art history

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... Art History Renaissance is recorded as the period immediately following the middle Ages in Europe. This method of painting, sculpture and stylish arts identified with the Renaissance emerged in Italy in the late 14th century; it reached its peak in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, in the work of Italian bosses, for example, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael. The authentic works of art of antiquated traditional Greco-Roman conventions, Renaissance symbolization caught the workmanship insight of the singular and the excellence and secret of the nature. Bahram Gur and Azada Historically the minai earthenware production outlines stories from the Persian epic, the Shahnama, originating...
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Performance art

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... full April 5, Performance Art Performance art, a term coined in the United s in the1960s, is a kind of art that is acted out, or orchestrated by an artist, but is different from a typical dance performance. There cannot be a standardized definition of performance art, as it depends more on people’s understanding of performance art. In earlier times, any live artistic event showing poets, artists, dancers, and singers, was considered as performance art. But with the passage of time, the concept of performance art took sophisticated turns. Performance art is about framing an action or event for the audience in a way that it becomes different from mass entertainment. It makes the audience visualize,...
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Art Therapy

Art Therapy

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... Art therapy Introduction This research paper is devoted to the discussion of art therapeutic effect. As faras we could see from literature sources, art is not only a ‘pill for human soul’, but it can heal people directly. Art therapy is a young science though its successes are undeniable. Emotional disorders, anxiety, depression, pain release, social misunderstandings and other issues can be treated in the process of art therapy. A further discussion is based on contemporary studies in art therapy field. There is made an attempt to discuss effects of art therapy on patients with psycho-emotional illnesses. What is art therapy? Art therapy is an intermediate level between medicine and creativity. Th...
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Public art

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... Art Public Art: Rosa Parks Sculpture Location: Eugene, Oregon- Lane Transit district This is a bronze statue well placed on a bus seat, and is planted on a granite hill. It is in a noisy covered site; however, this sculpture brings in another image all together of the area. The sculpture is a representation of good public art, and as people stop for a moment to have a view at this art, they can only appreciate the mind put towards making it. This is a statue of Rosa Parks, and by making her memories be put on a public site, the focus is on extending her work against segregation, social justice and inequalities to the present. What is most striking of this public work is potential meaning. According t...
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Art Education

Art Education

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... Education: The Four Areas of Emphasis I. INTRODUCTION The four disciplines of art: music, dancing, theatre arts, and visual arts are significant pillars of learning and understanding art. This paper discusses the main ideas as well as research developments these four areas of emphasis in art education. It also assesses and provides recommendations on how these art disciplines will be taught based on the recent studies and progress. II. FOUR AREAS OF EMPHASIS A. Music Music is a form of art which uses sounds that are arranged harmoniously. It is a way of expressing one's feelings and thoughts on a certain object. The basic elements of music are: (1) sound, (2) pitch, (3) rhythm, (4) melody, (5) ha...
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Child art

Child art

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... the Materials used for the paper have all been pasted here. For the data that were taken from book -- I have pasted 10 pages from thatparticular book from which the material comes from. Rest was taken from Articles and Websites. Those materials that have been taken from the articles are pasted below, and the material that comes from websites can be easily accessed following the link that has been cited in the paper. Bresler, Liora, 1998. "Child art," "fine art," and "art for children": the shaping of school practice and implications for change. Arts Education Policy Review. (Quote) Teachers need various areas of expertise to adequately instruct children on the subject of art. Child art, or art by ...
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Art History

Art History

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... Art History Essay Towards the end of the 20th century there was a characteristic awakening in all fronts of society especially in the arts, politics and social awareness. In the context of this essay, the Chinese are seen to have been the influenced by the change taking place in the world of art and expression. This is with reference to the political oppression and governance that the country existed in up to date. The regime in China was authoritarian bordering on the dictatorial, which meant that most avenues for expression were restricted or non-existent. The end of the 20th century saw art being created and expressed in forms and dimensions that at the time was regarded as unconventional or...
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Street Art is Art and not Vandalism

Street Art is Art and not Vandalism

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... full April 18, Street Art is Art and not Vandalism Street art is “an amorphous beast encompassing art” (Art Radar Asia) which sometimes is regarded as an annoyance or as an act of vandalism; but most often, it is considered as a means of expressing disapproval about social or political issues prevailing in the society. This aspect of expressing dissent and using art to ask questions from the public or the government makes street art a form of public art. It is actually one of the most convenient means for the public to show to the superiors what they are going through and what they want. People use street art to keep the “dialogue going” (Finkelpearl, qtd. in Art Radar Asia) between people and the...
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Art Journal

Art Journal

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... Entry Critiques Neo ical In neo ical art, painting and printmaking in the visual arts category are particularly insipid in nature and very uninteresting. This is when compared to the contemporary art that is part of the modern painting and printmaking. For instance, the print of a drawing that was done in 1795 by John Flaxman, which had a scene from Homers Iliad, is a perfect example. The painting, which is a rare example of the artwork of the neoclassical era, is a drawing that was later turned into a form of print. The original drawing incorporated the usage of simple lines that time was believed to be the classical form at its purest form. During the rise and the peak of the Neoclassicism, it was ...
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Art Blog

Art Blog

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... Art Blog 1. Crosscurrents: A Good Look I couldn't help but smile at your entry, Duncan. You definitely focused on the experience of the art rather than on scrutinizing it --- something that I myself do whenever I go to exhibits. Even though we learn in school the technical aspects, art for me is still about the experience one goes through upon contact with it. The “connection” that you mentioned between places was something that I noticed too. It seems to speak a lot, that goes even beyond the connection of the place to our connection to everything else that we see in the exhibit. That is probably one of the inner concept of the totality of the exhibit --- how everything is connected. The art works...
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Art & beauty

Art & beauty

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... Q. What is beauty What are aesthetics Beauty is a thought. Everyone has his own thought and standard of beauty. The thought of beauty relies upon the culture and the way of living of one individual. When thoughts about beauty create strong effects, they can become beauty ideals. The thought of beauty is affected by many factors. These factors include culture, money, desires, economic conditions etc. as described by Freeland (Freeland 2001). Beauty standard changes from time to time. About 80 years back, the rich people of Europe and US kept on trying to keep their skin as white as possible. By 1920s people started to take sunbath for leisure and a healthy and beautiful look. Beauty is an idea which...
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Art History

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... Explain the differences and the similarities between Mannerism and Rocco. Mannerism was an art form that emerged towards the end of the Renaissance in Italy in 1600’s before Baroque art; Rococo was an 18th century French art movement focusing on style and was more popular in furniture, architecture and sculpture than in paintings. Similarities One of the major similarities between Mannerism and Rococo is that both had asymmetric features about their art works, unlike the unity and symmetry found in the Renaissance art. Mannerism was not “balanced and harmonious” like the Renaissance art (“Art History: Mannerism: (1520 - 1600)”, 2009).In fact, Rococo style loved asymmetry, though it was new to the E...
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Art Education

Art Education

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... of arts education is the philosophical study of the purpose, process, nature and ideals of art education. Philosophy of art education can be considered a branch of both philosophy and art education. The multiple ways of conceiving art education coupled with the multiple fields and approaches of philosophy make philosophy of art education not only a very diverse field but also one that is not easily defined. Although there is overlap, philosophy of art education should not be conflated with educational theory, which is not defined specifically by the application of philosophy to questions in education. The existence of the differences of arts in each culture, in its broadest understanding, provides th...
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Art Media

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... Media: Iñaki Bonillas, Words and Photos Affiliation: Introduction For this assignment, the selected piece of artwork is one by Inaki Bonillas, Words, and Photos. It is a kind of digital interact art. Back in 2003, Bonillas was able to introduced the vast of photo archive of which he inherited from his grandfather by the name of J.R. Plaza, into becoming part of his conceptual investigation of photography. From that time henceforth, Bonillas works of making art in the form of digital presentations have become subject to use for many operations that have been exploring both the formal and digital qualities. Bonillas, a Mexican born in 1981, is digitizing archive images while at the same time creating ...
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... September 7, ical, Medieval and Renaissance Art: The Development of Depth As man adopted a culture, he also adopted an approach to art that reflected that culture. As time developed, so did different cultures understanding of themselves and of the role art could play in the larger society. Three cultures represent a wonderful evolution of the role art played within the larger society, and as societies understanding of itself, religion, and its role in nature increased and changed, so did the associated artistic representations from those societies. Beginning with the ancient Greeks and the development of what is now referred to as Classical art, then a thousand years later to the influence of the...
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... Visual Arts Studies Photo 8 The painting portrays rhythm. Rhythm is the repetition of visual elements created by color, lines and shapes to create the visual effect of dynamicity such as the musical beat (Natomas High School, 2002). The image portrays a careful use of rhythm to prevent monotony. Lines and colors have been employed to ensure unity is achieved (Loupton and Philips, 28). Moreover, this figure portrays good use of balance. Balance is described as the distribution of visual elements within an art work, and is mostly caused by visual equilibrium that causes the entire image to appear balanced (Loupton and Philips, 28). There is asymmetrical balance in the figure since the artist used...
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Art Theory

Art Theory

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... What is the purpose of art outside the context of decoration 'A Thousand Words' Art's unique strength is that it speaks many languages.Like mathematics, the visual arts accessible to the literate and the illiterate, the Chinese laborer, the Bolivian military officer, the US university student. While each viewer brings his own set of expectations and his own cultural context to a certain piece of art, he is not limited by language barriers, education, or literacy. While tools certainly exist to aid artistic comprehension, a painting is accessible on many levels and to many groups of people. The old adage of 'a picture is worth a thousand words' came into being precisely as a reflection of visual...
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Korean Art

Korean Art

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... and Differences of the Monochrome Art Movement and the Minjung Art Movement Korean art in the modern day is generally influenced by rationalization, modernization, and globalization. (Kim, 252) These are the main similarities between the Monochrome Art Movement and the Minjung Art Movement. Both movements confront certain issues regarding Korea's traditional style in painting although they differ in the matter of what they are fighting for; as well as their basis, belief, interpretation, and of course, style. One of the main differences between the two movements is that Minjung Art Movement was more of a protest against imperialism, Americanization, and the Authoritarian South Korean Government...
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ART WORLD

ART WORLD

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... World Essay By Client’s Here Department 4 December Introduction The art market is of importance when it comes to a network of international economic activity. Art market is predominant in cities such as New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Geneva, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong. Financial and cultural capital is important for a city in order to have an art market and the above mentioned cities have it in abundance. The United States of America has over 50% of sales when it comes to contemporary art market and this is an impressive figure considering the fact that there are other major players in the art market. There has been a recent influx of young buyers in the art market and this has brought about...
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Art History

Art History

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... The Impact of History and Gothic Art on Peace and Security This paper entails a collection of 10 pieces of art from Prehistory style to the Gothic style. Each of the ten pieces of art selected portrays the theme of peace and security in terms of managing conflict and violence in a turbulent world. Peace and security are critical requirements in any society. The work of art has been used throughout historical periods to promote peace and security. The power of art in achieving these two societal goals is attributed to its emotive nature whereby works of art have been used to help people feel the sadness and damages of war thereby assisting then to instil the desire as well as the commitment of ending ...
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Art Therapy

Art Therapy

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... Essay Currently I'm doing my placement in a day hospital service within the Mental health unit for adults. The Day hospital designated for adults between 18 - 65 year old with severe or enduring mental health illnesses. The service is based on a holistic and multi-disciplinary team approach. The day hospital team is made up of nurses, doctors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and patient organizations. The day hospital provides occupational therapy and art therapy which functions under occupational therapy, physical, social activities are also provided by the service. The referrals can be made through GPs, primary care providers and self-referrals also take place. The other are...
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World Art

World Art

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... Art Introduction The ical art which developed in Greece and Rome in the second and third century BCE has been appreciated in all its forms by art historians as one of the best quality art ever produced. This period witnessed remarkable growth and development in the areas of politics, philosophy and literature. The arts like sculpting and architecture reached its zenith during this period and it was continued to be practiced in the earlier centuries of the Common Era. However, this legacy of classical art was destroyed with the Germanic invasions over Italy and Greece in the fifth century. The accumulation of artistic work was lost at once and the accumulation of intellectual heritage was dispersed,...
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Islamic Art

Islamic Art

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... THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE LUSTRE TECHNIQUE AND ITS DECORATIVE APPLICATION ON GLASS AND/OR CERAMICS BEFORE 1250AD. Table of Contents Islamic art (after the 6th century) To understand Islamic art it is important to know the historical context. After the Prophet (P.B.U.H.), Islam was carried forward by the system of caliphate. For understanding the evolution of Islamic art in lustre, glasswork and pottery we need to know about the Abbasids and the Fatimids. Under the Abbasid caliphate, which succeeded the Umayyads, the important point of Islamic political and cultural life shifted from Syria to Iraq. The first two centuries of Abbasid rule saw the facade and propagation of a new Islamic style o...
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Islamic ART

Islamic ART

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... Calligraphy in Islamic Culture and Art Introduction Visiting the galleries of Arab lands at the Metropolitan Museum, I had an opportunity to form a rather comprehensive image of Islamic culture in my mind, for the exhibition comprises both religious and secular objects representing the most peculiar and outstanding features of Islamic. What is remarkable about the collection is that it doesn’t include objects belonging to a sole country or nation; instead, the objects on display belong to different Muslim or Arabic countries, especially those that used to belong to the great caliphate. However, the viewer can trace certain common, or universal, features connecting the objects of art. One of the funda...
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Art review

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... full February 8, Picture Analysis The picture has been taken in speer street with champa in Denver. The image belongs to the Denver Art Museum (DAM), which is the largest art museum located between Kansas City and the West Coast. The image size is 3264 × 2448. Designed by the artist Jonathan Borofsky, the image is of two dancers of the Denver Art Museum. The design of the dancers is 3D, and they are dancing holding one another’s hands, and waving at the spectators. The overall aura seems to be very light, as the dancers seem to be enjoying life. The design is extra thin, but it looks cute with the overall image of the picture. The dancers seem to be quite big as compared to the rest of the scene,...
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Art Review on Piece of Art Work

Art Review on Piece of Art Work

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... Review on a piece of Art Work Review on a piece of Art Work The art work under review is a contemporary piece by Andrew Stenehjem titled; ‘Walks like a Duck, Quacks like a Duck’ and uses synthetic media. The piece is the combination a woman’s upper body with her head replaced by a right had that has the impression of quacking or yapping. The dress code of the woman in the piece and is modern with the ‘hand head’ bearing contemporary bracelet. The setting is in front of an old house with stairs visible in the background. The woman in the piece equally has two necklaces that appear modern and trendy. The artist has also chosen to have the piece in black and white. Significance of the title The title...
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Art Review

Art Review

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... Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci1 Leonardo Da Vinci is known for being one of the most famous artists in human history. Da Vinci was also a scientist, inventor, and doctor in addition to his work as an artist. The reason why he was so good with drawing humans is due to his study of actual human cavaders. Even though the Mona Lisa is a painting, Da Vinci was more skilled at drawing. Da Vinci has very few pieces of art left, in part because some of his pieces of art were either stolen or damaged, as well as the fact that Da Vinci always wanting to paint or draw the perfect piece of art. The Mona Lisa was painted somewhere between 1504 and 1519, and was commissed by an Italian, Francesco Del Giocondo. The pa...
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Art history

Art history

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... Close The American artist Charles Thomas Close (later known as “Chuck was born in 1940 in Monroe, Washington and studied Art at the University of Washington at Seattle. He was successful immediately after graduation has continued to work and exhibit until 1988 when he suffered a serious illness which left him paralysed and confined to a wheelchair. This was a devastating blow for a man who liked to paint on large canvases but he has continued to paint and exhibit despite this major challenge. Close is now one of America’s most respected contemporary artists. He is perhaps best known as a portrait painter but critics have found it difficult to categorize him much more accurately beyond that. The...
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Art History

Art History

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... Visual Arts and Film Studies, Essay Topic:  Art History Since the beginning of human civilization art has beenpart of each and every culture. From, cave man drawings in the prehistoric era to ancient civilizations like Mesopotamia and Egypt. This leads to classical civilizations in Greece, Etruscans and Rome (509 BC-337 AD). Then came Medieval to early Renaissance Art which last from 400 ADD to 1400 AD, and included Early Christian Art, Byzantine, Islamic, Migratory, Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque and Gothic types of art. This was followed by the High Renaissance to Early Modern Art period from 1400-1880; which included 1400 to the1500s – there was the Fifteenth-Century Italian Art; from 1495...
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Art Class

Art Class

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... Museum of Fine & Decorative Art The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art contains more than 3,300 works of art all based on the 20th-century style. The museum is named after Vance Kirkland (1904-1981), who is known as one of Colorado’s most famous painters. Most people remember him as the founding Director of the Art School at the University of Denver. He was also known internationally as well, with many of his artworks being shown around Europe. Throughout his long and distinguished career, Kirkland made paintings based around five periods of artwork: designed realism, surrealist, hard edge abstraction, abstract expressionism/floating abstractions, and energy in space abstractions. Throughout...
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Baroque art

Baroque art

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... Baroque Art Baroque began in Italy, and it later spread to Germany, France, Spain and Netherlands. Baroque was the word used by critics for the art of an era from the late 1500s up to the end of 1700s. Baroque entails a wide variety of artists, and styles, and it was connected with the holy apprehensions in the Western Christianity. There was separation on Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. In reaction to the Protestant reorganization of the early sixteen century, the Roman Catholic Church had got on board in the 1550s on a course of restoration called the Counter-Reformation. For the campaign, the Catholic church used this art of outstanding display (Earls 150). This content illustrates how Dutch ...
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Art Institute

Art Institute

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... The Art Institute of Chicago Question overall reaction to art institute The art institute of Chicago is a place that is full of enjoyment. I did enjoy the magnificent miniature rooms and the great details of the inner side of the house. I was intrigued by one artist that I believed was very unique. His name was Chuck Close who did a painting contained in a glass. The painting was a picture of an elderly woman who gazed back at you when you looked into the glass. Furthermore, it almost looked real as if someone had really been held captive inside the glass (Gardner et al. 426). I also saw some very wonderful examples of journalism like one that was done in the year 1953 by Nan Koldin. It was not just ...
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Fine Art

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... Fine art Over the history the mankind has created a considerable number of different works of art that used various mediums. Cinema should be regarded as one of the most modern of them. This paper will analyze the movie The Matrix from the point of view elements and principles of art, proving that it is a work of art. The first element that will be discussed is form which mostly corresponds to the perceived volume. Thus, in spite of the fact that the movie is shown in two dimensions, it reflects the real three dimensional life. Speaking of the value, more specifically light and darkness in the art work, one would make no mistake that the latter dominates the aesthetics of the movie. The lines which a...
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Art history

Art history

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... The Three Graces: A Synthesis between Zollner and Sandri The Three Graces has been adapted by a number of various artists in the form of painting, sculpture and drawing. However, in real terms, it dates back to the neoclassical era when it was painted with the usage of oil paints by Raphael in 1500. A lot of historians have undertaken an analysis of the Three Graces to understand its significance for which it has been used over the year in a repetitive manner. The aim of this synthesis paper is to present an in-depth assessment of two differing ways in which the Three Graces were presented such as painting, sculpture and drawing. In order to compare the difference in sculpture and painting, the...
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Art 1A

Art 1A

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... Statuette of a Horse a merging of and naturalistic art Ancient Greek artists created several sculptural works of art that combined the style of abstract geometric patterning and naturalistic touch. These arts are manifestations of the transition of the Greek style as influenced by the flow of its history, science and technology, culture, and economy during the period when Greek culture is expanding wider in the world through their colonizing efforts. Among these arts is the Statuette of a Horse which combined the abstract style of the Geometric period and some naturalistic touch of the Archaic era. The Art Description In the period of 8th to 7th century BC statuettes was a common and favorite subject...
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Art class

Art class

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... May Art: The Change from Renaissance to the 20th Century Michelangelo has been selected for the Renaissance artworks as his productions were some of the most mesmerizing and mark making ones. There are other artists too, but according to me, none served the Renaissance period like Michelangelo did. Renaissance: Pieta (1498-1499): Considered to be a masterpiece of the Renaissance period, Pieta was one of Michelangelo’s most initial works of art. It is a marble sculpture and depicts Jesus in his mother, Mary’s, lap. Typical of 16th century art, this art work has been highly inspired from Biblical accounts and religion. In this case, the scene after crucifixion has been shown. Since there are accounts...
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Creating Art

Creating Art

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... Art al Affiliation) Creating Art There are a variety of diverse ways to create art, in addition to a wide variation of materials, along with tools that have the aptitude to be utilized by young kids. Kids are always psychologically active in striving to comprehend the globe that surrounds them. They learn within a number of ways, for example, an extensive range of instruction strategies, along with interactions because they are efficient in learning support. Various most basic art practices of young kids have a two-dimensional nature. Two-dimensional art takes account of drawing, sketching, painting, fiber art, and making marks with tools (Isbell & Raines, 2013). The majority of two-dimensional art...
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Art of Asia: Hinduism and Hindu Art

Art of Asia: Hinduism and Hindu Art

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... Cyberjourney: Art of Asia: Hinduism and Hindu Art – Describe the artistic presentation of Shiva, Diva, Vishnu or any of the of Hindu gods. How doesHindu art present multiplicity and unity? It was a surprise that the deities of Hindu mythology date millennia back, to 7200 BC. when the hymns of the Rig Veda came into existence. The Vedic gods are described as “abstractions” and not actual personages; they stand for the elements of nature such as air, water, and fire (Indian Divinity, 2012). It was in the post-Vedic period that the Hindu gods emerged who took on a more personal character. Vishnu is one of the later deities to whom was ascribed a personality, that of the Supreme Reality which preserves...
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Mosaic Art

Mosaic Art

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... Art Mosaic art is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms known to human civilization. It means a picture or design made with small pieces of colored material such as glass or tile stuck onto a surface (Encarta, 2009). It is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. It may be a technique of decorative art, an aspect of interior decoration, or of cultural and spiritual significance as in a cathedral. Small pieces, normally roughly cubic, of stone or glass of different colors are used to create a pattern or picture (Cheeks 45). The history of mosaic art has a foundation that goes back to 4000 years or more, in the early cultures ...
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Art History

Art History

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... The Annunciation Detroit institute of arts is among the most significant and largest art collections in United States of America. The Institute, located in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. The Institute is an encyclopic museum whose art collections range from contemporary art to ancient Egyptian works. The Institute is a major host of art exhibitions and contains the Detroit Film Theatre. One of the paintings of the Institute is "The Annunciation." The painting, was credited to Mrs. James E. Scripps back in the year cc. 1650/1655. Scripps was a Detroit newspaper publisher and one of the great museum founders, served for many years during the crucial times of its formation and was the president of the ins...
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Art History

Art History

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... Art History Introduction In modern civilizations, people have become familiarized to a consistent method of identifying individuals because of creation of approved documents such as passports and other formal identification documents. This regularity in names was not common ancient Italy. Artists were named by their hometown. This resulted in significant challenges for artists in archiving documents especially those who hailed from the same geographical location (Kleiner, 22). Nicola Pisano was one of the earliest artists specializing in carving marble reliefs and ornamentation of church platforms. He incorporated classical elements such as round arches instead of the common pointed ones resulting t...
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