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 Date: 09/21/15 18:23   in : Art 

What Is Art? What is Art? Who determines what Art is? Who has the authority to attribute a particular interpretation to a work of Art? Why do we reject certain works as not being Art and accept others? Mary Anne Staniszewski, the author of Believing Is Seeing, says that “[t]o question...

 

1460 days

 Date: 09/21/15 17:50   in : Art 

Leonardo Compared With Piero COMPARE THE THEORETICAL AND AESTHETIC INSTINCTS OF TWO OF THE THREE QUATTROCENTO PAINTERS: (PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA ANDREA MANTEGNA, AND LEONARDO DA VINCI). WHAT WOULD YOU SAY WERE THE PRINICPAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE WORKS OF YOUR TWO SELECTED ARTISTS? ANALYS...

 

1460 days

 Date: 09/21/15 17:48   in : Art 

Portland Center Stage There stands a building at 1037 SW Broadway St in Portland, Oregon that produces some of the finest theatrical performances that I have ever been witness to. It is called the Newmark’s Portland Center Stage. On the sixteenth day of July 2001, I attended of a play en...

 

1460 days

 Date: 09/21/15 09:51   in : Art 

How To Encourage Creative Freedom And Discovery In A Class Of Five Year Old How to Encourage Creative Freedom and Discovery in a Class of Five Year Old For five year old children there drawings are stages of pictures that I can agree upon because five year old children in a whole draws p...

 

1461 days

 Date: 09/20/15 14:34   in : Art 

The Renaissance Era And It’s Artists The Renaissance Era and it’s Artists The time known as the Renaissance brought about many changes in the art world. Enlightened ideas and artists paved the way for some of the most famous artists of all time. For centuries, most scholars have ag...

 

1462 days

 Date: 09/19/15 18:42   in : Art 

Guy Harvey I visited the Smart Art gallery in D’Iberville, Mississippi. This is where I found my wonderful painting that caught my eye. The art gallery is very easy to find coming from I-110N. Once you exit the interstate, take the right until you come to the first light. Turn left on...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/19/15 04:55   in : Art 

Sonnet 116 And 130 From Shakespeare Many writers use tone in order to reveal the way he or she feels. It is an attitude that is portrayed to the reader. One can recognize the reader’s tone through their creative words, imagery, and possible allusions. William Shakespeare uses this techni...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/19/15 03:53   in : Art 

Hispanic Artist Art is something that people of all ages over the world can appreciate. Art doesn’t expect you to speak the same language; it’s just there for you to admire it. Today I would like to introduce six Hispanic Artists who have touched the lives of Americans. Some were v...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/19/15 01:00   in : Art 

Frida Kahlo In the self-portrait of Frida Kahlo with cropped hair – 1940; the imagery is so odd that it evokes an almost dream like setting; Frida Kahlo gazes out expressionless, with a mask like stare. Usually known for her native Mexican costumes of long ruffled skirts and embroidered b...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 23:09   in : Art 

Review Of Rosand’s “Venetia Figurata: The Iconography Of A Myth” Review of Rosand’s “Venetia Figurata: the Iconography of a Myth” Venice personified, or Venetia, is probably the most influential mythical figure to shape an entire worlds view on one city in the whole of modern history...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 21:23   in : Art 

Bailamos Vibrant self-expression, disciplined training, and execution of intense choreography is all part of the art of Latin Dance. Dancing allows individuals to express themselves through free movement of their bodies. Latin Dance is a unique form that allows for this movement in an e...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 20:20   in : Art 

The Life Of Michelangelo Michelangelo was pessimistic in his poetry and an optimist in his artwork. Michelangelo’s artwork consisted of paintings and sculptures that showed humanity in it’s natural state. Michelangelo’s poetry was pessimistic in his response to Strazzi even though he was ...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 11:30   in : Art 

Photography It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. A picture is a moment in time captured forever. In life there is only one thing that will last, memories. A picture allows you to always have a means of remembering the good times and the bad times. Looking at an old we...

 

1464 days

 Date: 09/18/15 08:41   in : Art 

Nikeof Samothrace Nike of Samothrace and the Portrayal of Nike in Greek Statuary "Styx, the daughter of Okeanos, lay in love with the giant Pallas (a Titan), and in his mansion gave birth to a Zelus (Emulation) and fair-ankled Nike (Victory) in the house. Also she brought forth Cratos (...

 

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 Date: 09/18/15 05:34   in : Art 

F.D. In Frederick Douglass’s words, “He then told her to cross her hands; he tied them with a strong rope, and led her to a stool under a large hook in the joist, put in for the purpose. He made her get upon the stool, and tied her hands to he hook.” He remembered the cries of his Aunt fo...

 

1464 days

 Date: 09/17/15 17:27   in : Art 

Comics Comic books are said to be at least, as old as movies. Their first beginnings are in the beginning of XXth Century. The comic book was initially a way in which illustrators could present new ways of graphic and visual communication and expression. Many times when people think of th...

 

1464 days

 Date: 09/17/15 09:37   in : Art 

Roman Art Vs. Greek Art Graves Western Civilization 10/29/00 Roman Art Vs. Greek Art Throughout history art has consistently reflected the cultural values and social structures of individual civilizations. Ancient art serves as a useful tool to help historians decipher some important aspe...

 

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 Date: 09/17/15 00:17   in : Art 

Effects Of Photography On Painting In the 19th century, photography was considered to be the end of painting. Not only did the camera quickly become a painters tool, but it can be argued that the invention of journalistic and moving picture photography freed painting from the need to prod...

 

1465 days

 Date: 09/16/15 17:00   in : Art 

Art And Architecture Of The Roaring Twenties Art and Architecture of the Roaring Twenties ‘Art Deco’, also know as a ‘Art Moderne’, was a very popular style of design during the 1920s, although the name of it was not official until the 1960s when it was decided to be named after the Int...

 

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 Date: 09/16/15 15:37   in : Art 

Nazi Art Nazi Germany regulated and controlled the art produced between 1933 and 1945 to ensure they embodied the values they wished to indoctrinate into the German people. The notion of ‘volk’ (people) and ‘blut und boden’ (soil and blood) was championed in paintings to glorify an ideali...

 

1465 days

 Date: 09/16/15 13:15   in : Art 

Phantom Of The Opera From the moment I walked into the Pantages Theater in Toronto Canada, and looked up at the giant chandelier hanging in the middle of the room, I knew that this would be something different. I have never been to a play that I enjoyed, but something about the atmosphe...

 

1466 days

 Date: 09/16/15 07:36   in : Art 

Judy Chicago Chicago is one of the world’s most notable feminist artists. In 1970 Judy Chicago and CalArts professor Miriam Schapiro founded the Feminist Art Program. The first project completed by Chicago and program volunteers was a work entitled Womanhouse. Chicago and her team remo...

 

1466 days

 Date: 09/15/15 21:07   in : Art 

Decorating A Dorm Rooms Whether you are a freshman feeling anxious and excited about college and cannot wait to move out or a senior who cannot wait to graduate, your dorm room will be a home away from home for the next four years. It should be a place where you can study and provide a ...

 

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 Date: 09/15/15 08:19   in : Art 

Nancy Graves Nancy Graves (1940-1995) is a sculptor of natural forms. She casts ordinary objects like vegetables as well as sardines, and crayfish whose presence in sculptor is not ordinary. Sometimes her sculptures are figures, plants, entire landscapes, and even seascapes. Nancy was...

 

1467 days

 Date: 09/15/15 03:02   in : Art 

Salvador Dali Paintings in the surrealism period are difficult to interpret. Critics have stated that it is nearly impossible to explain in rational language what the significance of a surrealist piece of work is because seems to have been conceived in a state of hallucination. In Salvado...