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In addition, the status of Painters and Sculptures changed to the talented interior decorators. This was the first time they were recognized as independent personalities. The artists sought new solutions to formal as well as the visual problems. Moreover, more emphasis was put to ‘disegno’ also known as drawing that incorporates all the designs in a piece of art (Kleiner, Fred, & Helen, 30).
The paintings and sculpture of Northern Europe differed from the Southern Europe in that the southern had a different outlook of art as their artists created paintings of the Greek and Roman mythologies of their gods and goddesses. They were always looking for new things to create. On the other hand, the northern works of art dealt with naturalism where color and art are checked with a critical eye. In addition, the painting medium became popular in northern Europe while the southern Europe preferred to use fresco and tempera. Lastly, the paintings of northern Europe were more realistic and depicted everyday settings while the northern paintings show ordinary household
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The speakers define romanticism as a “broader group of arts and culture” with an “incredible sense of drama and emotion.” They said that it is “about putting human emotion to the fore.” The first painting discussed is John Constable's “White Horse,” which was done in 1819. It is considered as Romantic art because it evokes the “personal memory”.
In ancient and medieval European culture, females were regarded and valued as devoted wives, loving mothers, and housewives. In the period of Renaissance, number of educated and independent women grew; they tried to broaden social freedom and weaken their dependence upon kinsmen and social class.
In Jean Toomer’s case, that fact pertains to P. B. S. Pinchback, Toomer’s maternal grandmother who served as acting governor of Louisiana (Ramsey, 2003). In Langston Hughes’ case, the fact pertains to Hughes’ stint as a bellhop in a Washington, D.C. hotel where he managed to persuade a prominent, literary hotel guest to read three of his’ poems which led to the inauguration of Hughes’ literary career (Lewis, 1994, p. xxv).
Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, violinist, organist, harpsichordist and violist whose remarkable works for choir, orchestra and solo instruments “drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate maturity”. He was born in Eisenach, Saxe-Eisenach on March 31, 1685.
“Third-Class Carriage” by Honore Daumier as an oil on canvas also used dramatization. There are overlapping characters and a dramatic use of color and intensity of light because it is such a darkly ‘lit’ painting. There is a dramatic contrast between what is light and dark in the painting.
He was a major contributor to the art world, a politician and diplomat that ruled Italy during the Renaissance period who sponsored the artists that are known today such as Michelangelo and Botticelli.
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This essay explores the museum of contemporary art's finance situation. To get the museum back in the black there are several recommendations that the museum must implement. First, let the state agency finish its audit. In addition to the determination if the present leadership has any criminal liability in the manner it handled.