Sculptures and paintings are displayed in every corner. Palace of Versailles mainly made of marbles and stones which is different than the material that used in building Forbidden City. The Forbidden City is mainly made of different types of wood and overall view of is a square because chinese believe the shape of square is stable and represents royal majesty. It displays an extraordinarily harmonious balance between buildings and open space within a symmetrical layout. The function of the inner part is the same as Versailles.
The Augustus of Prima Porta on the other hand is the complete opposite of the Cubi XVIII in terms of representation. The Augustus of Prima Porta is considered representational art, meaning that the subject is depicting something of external reality. The sculptures also differ in material. The Cubi XVIII is made of stainless steel, and the Augustus of Prima Porta is made of white marble. The process in which the each sculpture was made also differ.
The architect of the façade was Niccolo Matas, who used his creative skills to construct the façade of Santa Croce in 1857. In 1863, Niccolo completed the façade. The presence on the façade is of a David’s star, which is made out of mosaic artwork. The star is also linked to Catholic religion, besides being a Jewish symbol (the Façade of the Church). There was a variety of marble used on the façade; the color pallet of the façade was red, white, black, yellow, and green.
The color white is everywhere. It can be expressed for anything from pure to boring. In the Great Gatsby it has a deeper and multiple meanings. For example to show the innocence, purity, and riches of an object or person. The forms of white were shown from Daisy’s dresses to The Buchanan’s home.
The aim to achieve pictorial unity and these parameters result in an infinite, homogeneous space. Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting, The Last Supper, or Pietro Perugino's fresco called Delivery of the Keys at the Sistine Chapel or Paolo Uccello’s Perspective Study of a chalice are great examples for the use of the Artificial
All throughout the landscape there is symmetry which signifies disciplined strength. The baroque and rococo styles make the building hard to look at up close; observers must retreat respectfully in order to admire the entire complex. Straight columns and lines of the building show stability and dominance. As an absolute monarch, Louis needed to demonstrate his superiority over all. The overall presiding feeling of Versailles as a whole is exclusive.
The Last Judgment panel of The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment, by Jan Van Eyck also seems to be separated in three sections as well. From top to bottom is depicts heaven, earth and then hell at the bottom. The top shows Jesus looking majestical along with other angles. The way that this panel is set up also shows the importance of the figures. Jesus is top and center and is also one of the biggest figures on the painting, the Archangel is also depicted on the same scale of Jesus but his wingspan makes him look larger.
the other hand, the real white is not any concrete color; it is not determined by any particulars, and is whiteness by itself. Hence, the pure form of white is transcendent, absolute and universal. Likewise, horse, as a form, is the essence that defines every particular horse; it has no concrete shape or color, but is pure horse-ness. In this way, Gongsun distinguishes two realms of existence, one in which particular objects dwells, and the other in which the universal and absolute forms exist. The universals are ontologically independent of the particulars, and manifest themselves through the sensible qualities of objects.
 DIAMONDS ARE GRADED FOR CLARITY GIA grades diamonds for clarity using the 11 point diamond clarity scale as under: EYE CLEAN DIAMONDS Though not a standardised grading term, an ‘eye clean’ diamond is one that appears flawless. Diamonds, regardless of their clarity grade, may appear flawless to the naked eye when viewed at a distance of 6 to 10 inches in broad daylight and 20/20 vision. This is usually the case with brilliant-cut diamonds under 1 carat graded SI and above, as their brilliance masks their clarity characteristics.
Although the bust of Decius and the statue Ekkehard are sculptures and the mask of Agamemnon is not, they still can be compared in terms of texture, form, and unity. Some of the major differences include the amount of detail that went into each piece, the influences surrounding them (for example the statue of Ekkehard was influenced by gothic architecture), and the forms and sizes of every piece. The portions of each art work range from only the face, to the bust, to full body. Over all the three art works share a number of similarities and differences that make them unique to their
Whereas the dome of the Pantheon just contained a single shell of different compositions of cement and concrete depending on the height of the dome – the highest parts would contain a light mixture cement and concrete so the dome would stay standing. Unlike the Pantheon the Il Duomo di Firenze does not contain any form of columns. However the exterior of the Il Duomo di Firenze is similar to