His influences were from Surrealism and Cubism. His depictions of the unconscious derived from Surrealism and the use of picture spacing was obtained from Cubism. (Surrealism and Cubism) The Deep is valuable because it displays extraordinary artistic techniques, it provides several possible interpretations regarding his personal life, and yet it is relatable to viewers’ lives, given the complex nature of the painting. Pollack uses artistic techniques that are unique. He used a dripping method that other artists had not used before that time frame.
However, Guernica is one of the most famous paintings by Picasso. It is by pushing our artistic sensibilities and by pushing our comfort levels of what is known that Picasso is able to create an artistic piece that talks to the human heart instead of its knowledge. On the other hand, artists like Andy Warhol create magnificent pieces of art by appealing to what is known and what can be easily comprehended. However, while it is true that Andy Warhol 's pieces are easy to understand there is a subtle hidden meaning to his paintings that it is sometimes hard to get. This characteristic is what makes Warhol 's paintings so attractive to the public.
But that’s the thing, artists have their own tastes and opinions on matters. We as the audience obviously have our own. The Starry night gives us Gogh’s interpretation of beauty. He worked well with painting landscapes, but is it truly beautiful? That’s a personal preference, but I believe Van Gogh believes so.
Personally, I do not understand all the praise that the Mona Lisa receives. I understand and appreciate its artistic beauty, but I feel as though there are other works of art that should have more acclaim than da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. I personally enjoy paintings that have multiple subjects in it, like da Vinci’s other famous painting, The Last Supper, or Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam. Also, I believe that my slight aversion to the Mona Lisa is that I am not a fan of Renaissance era art, and I tend to lean toward impressionism, surrealism, and other forms of art that have many bright colors. While the Mona Lisa is a beautiful work of art, I just do not understand why it gets so much attention.
The realistic nature of this artwork further inspired me to experiment with this style of art as I find it fascinating how something that is so non-traditional can in fact create something extremely naturalistic. Lastly, when looking at the artwork it is not immediately distinguishable that it has been made out of fingerprints as it is so naturalistic; to me this relates to the meaning of my drawing as although we are seen as one person by the people around us we are in fact made up by all the people who have been prevalent in our
Solie doesn’t shy away from unpleasant fact – there’s a dark undertone to the book, a concern about change, from environmental issues to the fleetingness of life. But her work is never preachy – there’s a philosophical restraint in the use of the personal and the image to keep the poems from ever quite reaching a direct statement, always leaving the reader with the idea that nothing can be understood totally. And there is an ironic humour undercutting it all, keeping this cluster of ideas
Despite the fact that many people would think that I don’t know what I’m doing, or I at times seem like I have no purpose, I actually am just caught up in the enigma and possibilities all around me. With this personality comes a broad range of talents, exceptional persuasiveness, and creativity to
Art has a grandiose capacity to incite emotion. This philosophy has generally been labeled “The Arousal Theory” which breaks down the ability of art to provoke an emotional response. There have been other versions of the theory such as the “The Expression Theory” which states that art evokes the emotions the artist felt while creating the piece. No matter the theory, however, the consensus that art can facilitate emotions goes unchallenged (Citation). However, occasionally art does not stop there.
Vincent Van Gogh’s battered life was shown in most of his paintings. Most of his paintings were gloomy and boring, but Starry Night was neither. Painted from Van Gogh’s asylum room, Starry Night shows the glamor of the night sky over an idealized village and a church. Van Gogh incorporated many little pieces into the painting to create a full effect and also seems to be telling a story of a little part of life through the painting as well. Van Gogh seems to be telling a story of a small town that is very religious.
Even though there are abstract paintings, these paintings are still influenced by the teachings and ideas of art the artist possesses. At some point in this artistic expression. Chris had to decide if he would have this figure in this painting. Chris had to decide if the figure would play a role in the expression of the painting. These paintings are realistic to our reality because we come into this world with no defined goal, but as we grow into a our person, we see certain patterns and make certain decisions leading to our final masterpiece as a