While the growth of industry was needed in Manchester for better development of modern society, it came with many issues. Issues raised by the growth of Manchester are due to technological advancements, poor working conditions, and health of the citizens. Document 6 is an example as it talks about
Vigée-Le Brun was one of the few women who were able to attend the French Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in a time where the art of painting was dominated by men. Her painting speaks to me more since she demonstrated through this painting of her daughter Julie that women could paint portraits just as good or even better than the dominant male
Mesopotamia 's started inventing, one of the most important In my opinion is writing witch came from the Sumerians. They also watered there crops by irrigation, and made potters wheel. For deface forged weapons, also tools to make farming easier. Becoming more advanced the Mesopotamia 's started looking at the star 's they where able to track consolations, because they were capable of
Emery Reves by British artist Graham Sutherland in 1978 in oil on canvas is my favorite from my trip to the Dallas Museum of Art. I want to know Mrs.Emery Reves. I want to meet her. She looks like a lot of fun. Reves sits almost playfully in the chair while dressed in feathers and smiling to herself.
In the artwork The Dance by the artist Andre Derain, and Seated Youth by the artist Wilhelm Lehmbruck demonstrate that that World War had an effect of art. Before the WWI, the art was lots of color and life in the art, and during/after the war the art became very dark and focused on the worst parts of life. In the first artwork, we see lots of happy and joyful emotions that come out in the colors and actions of the characters in the painting. The creator of the painting uses a lot of bright colors to express the happy vibes. Additionally the painter makes the characters dancing which is generally considered a positive and happy activity.
She also repeated the directions on several occasions and mentioned how fun the project was several time as well. I am certain all this put out a positive vibe out to the students and stimulated their creativity. At last, I asked Ms. Linfield if she practiced art herself. Her response was that she only does art for her personal satisfaction. She particularly enjoys drawing black and white portraits and nature journaling with watercolor
Sadie notes that the room feels bigger and lighter, and begins to like her newly painted room. The room now feels like ‘home’ to Sadie when she has accepted the fact that she belongs in Boort, and that the citizens of Boort have also accepted her, like Lachie. It is also interesting to note that the colour purple (her wall is coloured lilac) is associated with magic, peace and mystery. Magic, because of Sadie using time travel to right the wrongs of the past, peace, to symbolise the newly found acceptance and mystery, which is one of the main genres of the book and is what conceals the past. I believe that the wall symbolises Sadie’s newly found belonging in Boort because of how it changed along with Sadie’s status in Boort, which highlights her development throughout the
Beauty Make-up, cosmetic surgery and pills are just a few things, from a long list, that people currently do to make themselves feel beautiful. Beauty is a remarkable word: a word so powerful that it plays a big role in society, and has a huge impact in shaping people’s behavior. According to Cambridge dictionary, beauty is “an attractive quality that gives pleasure to those who experience it or think about it, or a person who has this attractive quality; beauty can also mean an attractive appearance.” Often times, people spend more time enhancing their outer beauty that they forget about their inner beauty. Beauty is used in so many ways to describe so many things, including: “That girl is such a beauty,” “What a beautiful plant” and “The
It is the most well-known painting in the world and has “set the standard for all future portraits” (Heydenrich “Leonardo Da Vinci”). The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman in a serene environment. Though the portrait is simple in style, the way Leonardo set the painting so beautifully has allowed it to become the “most popular and the most analyzed painting of all time… The sense of overall harmony achieved in the painting—especially apparent in the sitter’s faint smile—reflects Leonardo’s idea of the cosmic link connecting humanity and nature, making this painting an enduring record of Leonardo’s vision and genius.” (Heydenreich “Leonardo Da
She isn’t the typical subject of the time and I appreciate the paintings subtle nod to Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. The model is unknown but that doesn’t make her any less special. NATURE- Water Lilies, Claude Monet 1908 Oil on canvas. Monet is one of my favorite artists; I would look at the pictures before reading their narratives and was proud of myself for getting the artist right for this one. I love his soft colors and his ability to capture the realism of nature.