This diagonal again displays movement, drama, and motion but by cutting the piece into two differing sides and emotions, the left of untamed nature and the right of man-made
The light change in the artwork from dark to light, displays a feeling from relaxation to adventurous and excitement. The male figure I the piece has a calm mood to him and wears a straw hat while reading a newspaper that demonstrates a sense of modernism. According to the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston (MFAH) Web site, “Capturing the specific light effects of midday, Gustave Caillebotte contrasts the cool colors of shade with the dazzling, flattening effects of direct sunlight” (2014, para. 1) Caillebotte creates a diagonal line that moves from the lower left
It was written when Plath’s marriage to Ted Hughes was in difficulty and she was suffering with depression. We are given an insight into the her inner feelings and trouble. She uses dark, disturbing and graphic imagery which reflects her mind at the time she was writing the poem. The state she describes is almost terrifying. The description of the poppies in the opening lines is positive.
Minerva Jones's life and the people who are involved in her story of injustice are tragic. Minerva Jones seemed like she had been made fun of or, being judged from her appearance for being a fat, cross-eyed, and having a crippled walk. We know this about her when it says "Hooted at, jeered at by the Yahoos of the street. For my heavy body, cock-eye, and rolling walk. " These metaphors seem present because in the beginning of the poem, it says that she was a poetess, which would suggest why the metaphors are present in the beginning of the poem.
Actions can also show symbolism. The end of the story is a good example of this, when she is ripping the wallpaper off of the walls trying to find the imaginary woman. When her husband walks in and sees his wife, he faints. Just like what was described of the woman in the wallpaper. “Now why should that man have fainted?
(678) in this statement she is challenging herself and this shows the reader she is facing some confusion. The yellow wallpaper in the main characters (the narrator) bedroom is a major point in the story. The yellow wallpaper plays a major role in the woman’s insanity. The woman’s obsession with the wallpaper creates her problem and affects her mind and judgment. This is shown in, “It dwells on my mind so!”
He used the lighting to bring out the landscapes, and with the beautiful wide river he used a mountain on the left and trees on the right. He highlighted the center of the painting with the bright sunset, and he gave the sun a yellow golden color to give the appearance that the sun is going
The Man in the Fur Cloak Albert Durer painted the Man in the Fur Cloak or his self- portrait in 1500. This painting is oil on wood panel and is located at the Alte Pinakotek in Munich, Germany. The Man in the Fur Cloak is a half-length and frontal portrait. The painting lacks a conventional background, uses the technique of Cortina and representing the absence of time and place. The painting has symmetry incorporated including several highlights aligned close to a vertical axis.
Ansel Adams was an American photographer well-known for his black and white landscape photography. His work was based around the American West and national parks as he was a keen environmentalist. Some of his most famous work was that of the photographs taken at Yosemite National Park. His work is based more towards the sublime due to the nature of the landscapes he photographs such as mountains, cliffs, raging rivers etc. In the introduction to Adams’ book: The Portfolios of Ansel Adams, John Szarkowski writes, “Adams’ pictures seem as dematerialized as the reflections on still water, or the shadows cast on morning mist.”
She was wise beyond her years and a fiery, rebellious spirit. Instead of going to the doctor, she painted pictures that made people talk and discuss. Now she is recognizable over the world for her unique
3-D-P.69-Figure 1.39-Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, In the Blue (Crest) These two artist have taken the basic elements of art such as lines and color and has created this amazing three dimensional artwork, In the Blue (Crest). In this work the artists have made their rectangular shapes emphasize lines that represents ripples in the water. The different shades of blue represented with the negative space creates an illusion of water surrounding the viewer.
Childe Hassam created a beautiful piece titled Northeastern Gorge At Appledore. The painting is created using oil on canvas and it was created in 1912. The painting was purchased by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art where it is displayed in a large frame. The artist combined the subject of her piece and the form to create meaning. Hassam used visual elements of form such as line, color, and texture and principles of organization such as repetition and focal point to support his work.
Vincent Van Gogh “Starry Night” painting uses the 7 elements of art because for the wind, stars, background, houses, ground and tree like figures. Van Gogh uses line to form the figures together to make the one wole painting. Vincent Van Gogh uses another element of art “color” because he mixes different colors together like yellow, blues, white, black, brown, and black, reds, and orange. Another element of art Vincent Van Gogh uses is form. Vincent Van Gogh uses form by using the element of line to form a specific part of the painting.
They both seeks freedom from the traditional art’s narrative and description of the literal visual world. Trying to free painting from the limitation of representational association, Wright focus on the juxtaposition and reverberation of pure primary and secondary