This painting fits under art and beauty because I believe this portrait is very detailed it shows her beauty through art. I compare this portrait to “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci because, they are both portraits of women who were considered to be beautiful and role models for young girls back in their times. Mona Lisa painting have more vibrant details. The paintings both has a lot of details about their beauty, their background, and the clothing they have
Knowing that, the first question we should ask is the following: is Mulan female? Of course she is. She has a female body, female characteristics and female attributes. At first
Melvin Williams Arth 1381 Professor Zalman 13 November 2014 Visual Analysis The painting, The Basket Chair c.1885 by Berth Morisot, and the painting The Orange Trees c. 1878 by Gustave Caillebotte, are both magnificent and interesting pieces that I got the opportunity to see. The paintings are both wonderful pieces and their composition overall is very impressive. Both paintings have different aspects in the way the artist displayed modernism, formal characteristics, class and gender, and the subject matter of the painting itself.
a. Analyze the ways that the young girls in the photo reflect the influence of Katniss Everdeen as a role model. They are both in a stance much like Everdeen that makes them look like they have confidence. It also makes them look like they have the same characteristics of Everdeen of being strong, bold and without fear. The girl in the back is wearing black like Everdeen in the poster and both have long dark hair.
3. Marcel Duchamp was one of the most legendary artists during the Dada period. All of the following statements are true about Duchamp’s use of the Readymade EXCEPT: (Dada & Fantastic Art I, slides 2-7) a. He took objects out of their original context to focus on the concept and intellectual side of art, rather than the output.
Johannes Vermeer’s genius is credited to his artistic abilities, dating far beyond the 17th century. Vermeer is able to create beautiful paintings with extensive detail and simplicity, while breaking the boundaries of the normal 17th century modes. The majority of paintings that originated in the 17th century were historical paintings, based on biblical texts and greek mythology. Vermeer focused on the genre paintings while using women in the paintings to showcase modern housework and housewife responsibilities in a eye opening light to those in the 21st century. Jonathan Jason wrote in Vermeer's subject matter “their costuming- it's colouring, shapes and associations contributes so much to bodily construction and expression that he absence
Critically Looking at Art: Audrey Flack - Marilyn (Vanitas) My immediate response to Audrey Flack’s Marilyn (Vanitas) is awe and curiosity. It is a beautiful work of art with vibrant colors and interesting still life items. The painting is realistic but also has a surreal quality.
William Shakespeare’s works, written primarily from the late eighteen hundreds to the very early sixteen hundreds, have long been the subject of academic debates and analysis. Potent with double entendres, metaphors, and social commentary, it is easy to apply queer theory to Shakespeare’s plays, notably Twelfth Night, written in 1601. Though Twelfth Night’s ending pushes its characters into traditional heterosexual romances and binary gender roles to satisfy the genre and placate conservative Elizabethan audiences, the characters in the comedy defy tradition by exploring homosexual love and expression of gender. The most apparent homosexual themes are present in the relationship between Antonio and Sebastian.
Feminism is a huge movement during this era. However, the patriarchical society still dominates the Western films. A notable example of this is Red River, where the image of the mythic Western hero is the center of the movie. Both articles agrees on how John Wayne’s masculinity is at the center of the movie as Dunson goes through the journey of emotional maturity. O’Brien’s article mentions how the narrative and camera angles are of pivotal importance in establishing the standings of the three main characters of the movie: Thomas, Matt and Tess.
Each painting is unique, with a tactile presence, which reveals the hand of the artist. The image, which was the product of a split second drive by photo, now takes on substance through both the physicality of the paint, and through the contemplation of place and time. In this, the paintings come to represent more of a testament to her experience than the photographs. In the essay An Art That Eats Its Own Head – Painting in the Age of Images Barry Schwabgley acknowledges photographs place in contemporary art while also confirming the significance of painting, “ Although it was