The two paintings are also painted in two different ways. The painting by Henri is more like a portrait and it has many bright and mixed colors which made up other color. The painting by Diego is more like random things being put together. Viewers can notice the creativity he put into this artwork and how there is not much white space and that most of the art covers most of the whole thing.
Target by Jasper Johns stands 66 x 66 in the Art Institute of Chicago (Figure 1). The large size of the painting draws the viewer in. The scale also makes it so the viewer is forced to look at the painting, it is not something that can be ignored. Johns created this piece in 1961, and it was one of many works in his Target series. Target was his last major work in this series and it ended up being the largest as well.
Chuck Close uses extreme details to make the painting seem as if it were a photograph taken by a camera. The painting is done in black white and gray. For this painting, Close used acrylic on a canvas. Close takes a photograph and creates a grid on both the
(like you learned it in class) KPC spreads the KPC plasmid by the direct contact from patient to patient. It can also spread through the hands (if the gloves has some small holes on it) and other pieces of equipment and devices present in hospital. 2- What major step was done in order to control the spread of KPC?
Within Vincent Van Gogh’s infamous Oil painting (65 cm x 54 cm) the main focus is of Vincent himself. The portrait contains Vincent surrounded by the dominant colours of pale turquoise and a shade of absinth green. The attention is drawn to his face and eyes glaring while he seems to be wearing a suit. A series of delicate painting techniques have been used in order to create realism throughout the face. The use of light brush strokes in a spiral motion were used for an extricate background.
A few examples of how they use shading would be how both paintings conceal characters with shading. Like how they both concealed the characters in the upper right hand corner, with shading. Another similarity is how the shaded areas make the highlighted area’s pop out more and make them look more noticeable. For example, both paintings highlight the mothers but, they used shading to make some of the other
Nathaniel Hawthorne is often hailed as one of the core representatives of Dark Romanticism, which is the opposite to the other current in the American Renaissance, the Transcendentalists. He believed that individuals were full of darkness and hidden sin, subsequently convinced that true social reforms were nigh impossible. Such convictions were adroitly rendered in his short story “The Minister’s Black Veil” where he plainly tells the reader that since people are fearful of isolation, they are forced to don a mask to conceal their sins, or risk alienation due to society’s inability to cope with them. Resulting from those somber views, you can appreciate the subtle criticism of the town’s people (they embody humanity in general) present in the story.
The surgical treatment involves many types of specialists from a plastic surgeon that takes care of reconstructing the patients face to a social worker to provide guidance and counseling for the child and the family. The surgeon will discuss the details of the surgery, risks, difficulties, payments, recovery time, and the result of it. The surgical procedure can be performed in two ways. There is the rotation advancement lip restoration, where the surgeon makes an opening on both sides of the nostrils, going from the lip into the nostrils. Working through the incision, the surgeon opens the lip completely, rotates the pink outer part downward, and advances skin from the cheek into the cut part to get rid of the cleft.
Lastly, the two paintings use perspective, color, and light very similarly. In Death of General Wolfe, the artist, West, clearly and realistically paints the figures in the foreground and in the background in uniforms that would have been common during that time. Similarly, Giotto paints his figures in robes which were common, and what painters usually depicted their figures wearing. They both have knowledge about what it is they are painting and are able to use color to accurately show what may have occurred.
It shows a radiology tech working with a patient. Before the inspections, the radiology tech reads the physicians’ notes about the patient. Once read the tech know where to do the inspection on the patient’s body. The surroundings of the room is painted all white, there is a table in the middle of the room for the patient to lay on, there is a window for the technician to watch the patient, and the great big machine that points directly over the patient. In for less radiation exposure, both the radiology tech and patient wear protective lead clothing.
According to the National Cancer Institute, a CT scan is when a person lies still on a table, and the table moves slowly through the center of an x-ray machine (“CT Scans and Cancer”). Some people might not feel safe undergoing this procedure so they make another option which includes individuals whom “stand on a marker
All three artists uses the lines in weird directions such as crisscrossing and diagonal placements in both artworks. In the Blue (Crest), used different tints of blue and Vertigo, used different tints of orange giving two different views of the artwork. The blue used in In the Blue (Crest) helped with portraying the feel of water and the orange just seems as a color placed in the painting of Vertigo, even though with the lines it helps represents the chaos in the picture. They both were similar besides the dimensions, In the Blue (Crest) did give a different feel since it was three dimensional than the two dimensional
The red will separate into different shades of red and yellow. The black will stay black with some shades of gray. Lastly, the brown will spread out into different shades black and brown. I think this because of our previous lab with the green ink and also because