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. Overall the two paintings are very noticeable.
In the Clemente painting, the colors set a more somber tone. In contrast the Washington portrait sets a more cheerful tone juxtaposed to the Clemente portrait. Finally, in the Washington portrait everyone’s clothes and furniture are matching which gives the painting a more unison look. However, in the Clemente painting the colors don 't match as much, which makes the painting look divided. Clearly there are stronger similarities in the two paintings.
Discussion: The flame test lab may have had in the flame. The flame had a minuscule amount of orange in it. The reason this a problem is because some of metals burn a shade of orange and the orange in the flame would taint the results of what it seen. As for the emission spectra lab, it may have been a few reasons for error. One error would be that the room was not completely dark.
The mass is in 2D being that it is flat on a canvas. The medium of this amazing artwork is oil paint on canvas. In which dimensions are 48 in. X 60 in. It is located in The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art by The Doris and Donald Fisher Collection.
This type of art is occasionally hard to recognize as art often hides the meaning or representation to quick glances. Even art that does not represent a thing can often represent ideas or feelings. A great example of this is Gray Night Phenomenon by Alma Woodsey Thomas. This work of art is not representing any particular thing, but instead reflects the mood that is associated with the artist during a gray night (Frank 11-12). Since the art does not resemble any particular object, it falls under the classification of nonrepresentational
After a moment I realized she is not the sole figure in the painting, there are others in the near background. These figures are less precisely detailed, and the essence of their gender is nonexistent. The painting was illustrated will thick acrylic almost making it feel as if you 're part of the painting itself.
The colors in Trench Warfare, are for the most part are muted, dark, and earthy tones. The brush strokes are some what painterly, almost similar to that of an expressionist painting, however Dix’s painting is very real and clear. The use of these colors can be compared to colors of a romantic painting. The romantic colors add to the overall mood of the painting and are symbolic to the painting’s overall
The medium used to create On the Avenue is oil paint and the composition of this painting well put together. Kenneth Miller’s use of elements such as color, light, and proportion has made this painting all the more wonderfully put together. There is a use of warm colors in his painting but most of the brightest colors are focused on the central figure in the painting. The color of the dress, coat and hat. There is also brightness in the color used to paint the buildings and some of the clothes of the figures.
Dark and warm colors are used throughout Angel with Arquebus and they give the different elements of the painting a sense of connectedness and harmony. There is emphasis placed on the clothing in the painting, as it is meticulously designed with small intricate gold patterns and extremely exaggerated in style. The sleeves are especially highlighted as they exhibit the most three dimensional quality in the whole painting. There is very subtle contrast in this work, as only minimal white and orange fabric is present in the outfit. The movement in this work leads the eye to the top right of the canvas where the gun is located, to see at whom or at what the gun is pointing at.
On the other hand, Inness Untitled (Mountain Storm) also uses overlap by making the larger objects like the front trees and rocks larger unlike the trees and bushes smaller in the back, making them three dimensional. There is more going on in this painting since the river path way guides our eyes to the back as the sky seems to get darker. Color plays a huge role in the both paintings, both painting are representational showing true life colors. In Out of My Studio Door, Montclair he uses warm impasto and secondary colors. There are only several colors used such as different shades of greens, brown, and gray.
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
There is one thing in common with all three of these paintings, they capture certain events into one image, even if they are not real. Immediatley Confronting Phineus with the Head of Medusa by Sebastiano Ricci captured my attention when I saw it. Being that it had Greek mythology in it and that it was also an oil painting, I was instantly in shock of how well it was detailed. The
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. The use of light in both of these paintings is very similar.
Lighting: Light is crucial for the perception and recognition of color. It’s also necessary to have a colored surface from which light can be reflected into the eyes. The perception of color is influenced or altered by the change in the wavelengths of light contained in this reflected light and their relative power. Not all people can perceive colors, visually impaired people may not be able to perceive some or all colors, as well as some people who are not recognized as visually impaired but also cannot perceive them. However lots of visually impaired people can be able to perceive light & dark and since this also counts as a feature of colored surfaces, their appearance can be also influenced or altered by the nature of lighting condition.