Art History

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  • The History Of Art Nouveau

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    Art Nouveau was an international style of modern art and promulgated the idea of art and design as part of everyday life, which I will explain in this essay. The aim is to understand and locate an object within a historical context by identifying the characteristics of the style and by writing a formal and contextual analysis of the object, to not only get a beter understanding of the object but the art movement as well. The Industrial Revolution brought about significant economic developments

  • The Elephant In The Art Room Analysis

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    The elephant in the Art room The mother the other Addressing the elephant in the Art room Linda Nochlin posed the question in her 1971 article “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? Arguing it was necessary to question “the unstated domination of white male subjectivity” that shaped the art historical canon; the article explored the reasons for the severe asymmetry of female to male artists throughout the course of art history. When examining western art as viewed through the canon one must

  • Cheong Soo Pieng Art History

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    style of art alongside with 4 others. Being one of the few whom had more than 1 art styles and incorporating with both “Chinese ink and Western oil painting techniques” (book 4). Cheong was always “exploring on a wide range of possibilities of the various media of artistic expression and went on several overseas trips where the sights of daily lives as well as the picturesque landscapes of the tropical land, inspired him to create numerous different types of artworks throughout his entire art life.

  • Renaissance Art Vs Ukiyo E Painting

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    Ukiyo-e, which literally means "pictures of the floating world," has become an increasingly popular art from 1603 to 1806. These Ukiyo-e painting sprang from the Buddhist ideology that joy is transient and only detachment from desire will bring true enlightenment. The The Renaissance Art and Ukiyo-e paintings are similar but there are more differences like culture, materials, and style. Culturally, Renaissance paintings were Christian and Ukiyo-e were Japanese. Materials, Renaissance artist used

  • Essay On Importance Of Art Education

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    Art: The Foundation of Creativity Introduction The once bare walls were now splashed with the vivid colors of the students’ art. Though the room appeared plain from a glance, it was contrasted by the students’ creative masterpieces. With further investigation, the room wouldn’t look as plain as it seemed; paint splattered the floor, graphite smeared every surface, and canvases lined the desks full of unfinished work. The imaginative creativity and devotion was evident on the thoughtful, fresh faces

  • Persuasive Essay On Music Education

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    that the art and music programs in school are just as important as the STEM and 3 R’s. First by painting ourselves into the perspectives against getting rid of music. Than let's act out all the benefits of the the fine arts have on students and finally lets sing a song about why keeping music and art in school is just as important as the STEM and 3 R’s To begin let's start by painting ourselves into the argument against keeping the fine arts in schools. “My child isn’t good at music or art so it

  • Critical Analysis: Summary Of Aesthetics

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    Micaela Hanrath Professor Hullender ART 446 30 January 2018 Summary of Aesthetics I have already learned so much about aesthetics this semester and I’m eager to continue learning more. I have gained a knowledge of different philosophers that play an important role in classifying aesthetics as a philosophy, a theory of art, and an “experience”. I’ve also learned about how teaching aesthetics will benefit my future students and how to teach the concepts in a way that will expand their critical thinking

  • Shared Knowledge Shapes Personal Knowledge

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    Amongst other things, the arts tend to appeal to people’s emotions. Emotions are a way of knowing, a tool if you may, through which we receive new knowledge; a perspective through which we interpret certain information. Therefore, if emotion is affected in any way, the way in which

  • Corporeal Music Analysis

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    Consider the content of the Classical art-work, say the free-standing statue of a naked man, here every essential and important element of Being, its whole rhythm, is exhaustively rendered by surfaces, dimensions and the sensuous relations of the parts. The Pythagorean notion of the harmony

  • Aristotle's Relationship Between Art And Reality

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    idealism...’ Flaubert, qtd in P. Bourdieu, The Rules of Art: Genesis and Structure of the Literary Field, trans. S. Manuel (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1995) The (im)possibility of mimetic representation has been debated for centuries. Discuss the relationship between art, representation and reality in reference to at least two thinkers. Plato makes a very clear statement on his ideas of the relationship between art and reality. For him art is imitation, he provides us with an example in