The painting The Love Letter, by Jean Honore Fragonard and the painting Marie Josephine Charlotte du val d’Ognes by Marie Denise Villers are similar yet distinct in their own ways. The clear and explicit movement in art was the change from Rococo to Neoclassical styles in art. These two styles are clearly different, but there are still subtle similarities. Rococo embodies pastel colors, and
The model's form is gently fulfilled and surrounded by a ravenous arrangement of scratching lines and washes of color. The models face, and chest are carried out in the darkest values and with some of the hardest edges of the painting. Her position while reclining in her chair is suggested as the background turns into nothing more than abstract marks. The focal point of the painting is surrounded by abstract shapes and brush strokes that create emotion and emphasis throughout the entire piece. There are several reoccurring brush strokes and a limited amount of color which create a great mix of warm and cool tones.
Both paintings have a little bit of dark colours in them. Salvador Dali has darker shades at the bottom of his paintings, and Frida Kahlo has her moneys and hummingbird in a dark shade too as it represents cruelty. Obviously both paintings are surreal and hard to understand just by looking at it. That is why both are a little unusual and weird, but certainly interesting to look at. In ‘Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird’ Frida Kahlo’s face is expressionless but one could make out that she is depressed due to the situation in the painting, which is her suffering.
One of the primary examples is Constructivism, which “refers to sculpture that is made from pieces of metal, glass, cardboard, wood or plastic (often in combination)” (Atkins, 1990, 66). The essential structure of Constructivist work consists of basic materials, either applied individually or simultaneously. Furthermore, Constructivist ideology “emphasizes space rather than mass” (Atkins, 1990, 66), which also represents Minimalistic approach. Creative use of space is meant to establish a harmony between the objects and the surroundings. The nature of clear space is essential, as it emphasizes the real message and helps those who perceive art focus on its most fundamental meanings.
“Lastly, intaglio relief is created by having an image carved down below the surface of the sculpture. Last type of sculpture is freestanding or sculpture in the round is surrounded by space on all sides, allowing it to be viewed from multiple perspectives. A relief sculpture is sculpture that has three-dimensional depth but is meant to be seen from only one side. In other words, it is frontal, meant to be viewed from the front and it is very often
He was important because he painted his emotions and used colors to represent what he was feeling. One his quotes were, "Instead of trying to reproduce exactly what I see before me, I make more arbitrary use of color to express myself more forcefully.” - Vincent van Gogh. This shows how Vincent van Gogh says how he uses colors to express himself. Starry Night was Vincent van Gogh 's most important piece. Many think it to be his greatest achievement.
Each movement created paintings that got the viewer thinking, you the viewer had to decide what the artist was trying to portray. The artists used their imagination to create the finished piece, which for Suprematists seemed to be more about the shapes than the colour, but for me the Expressionists win out as their vast use of different shapes and colours draw the viewer in and makes you feel
Even though Stephen Crane was a Naturalist, he incorporated some elements of Symbolism to his writing: the colors in The Red Badge of Courage are subtle representations of the protagonist’s perception. This really visual technique allows the author to create vivid images that enable the reader to picture the story better. Right from the start, Crane draws the reader’s attention to color −one can tell something it is important when it appears on the title. Red is the most listed one throughout the book. A possible interpretation for its appearance could be that it represents bravery, anger, war as a monster and blood.
This invention elicited either love or hate in the public as not all the people would accept this painting style. On the other hands, Caravaggio would like to use the darkness to perform the picture background that makes the characters seem to be integrated with the murk and using the light for the drama effect which can make it looks like the spotlight to irradiate the characters of the picture. The reasons for using this painting skill, not only he wants to make the contrast in the space, but also there is a symbol of the light. In the past, people would like to draw Jesus into the picture. However, Caravaggio used the light to represent Jesus, which means Jesus is everywhere.
Hughes and cullen both state their opinion using poetry but they don't both are read with the same types of emotion. Hughes and cullen both use an underlying emotion to write their poetry. Hughes uses anger and force. Cullen uses a more informational and calm approach. Hughes uses strong descriptively forceful phrases like “fester like a sore” or “stink like rotten meat” when writing to gross out the reader but also to entice them to read more.