The artist did a great job portraying the contradicting feelings of the woman through the use of the elements of art, like color and the principles of with variety and emphasis. The first thing you notice when approaching the painting is the variety of colors that significantly distribute to the meaning of the painting. The woman has a bright and colorful background with light blue, red, and yellow, which influences the happiness of the holiday. However, the second thing you notice is her body position and facial expression that provides a conflicting impression. Her face is covered in paint, like
I believe art is a way to express a feeling, or an inclination and to create an alternate perspective of the world. Beauty alone is not art, but art can be made of about, for magnificent things. This painting fits under art and beauty because I believe this portrait is very detailed it shows her beauty through art. I compare this portrait to “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci because, they are both portraits of women who were considered to be beautiful and role models for young girls back in their times. Mona Lisa painting have more vibrant details.
Berth Morisot was a French paintmaker and painter, who was associated with impressionism. Born into a family of a government official who was supportive of the arts she was able to openly practice her passion to paint. Through her painting The Basket Chair, she demonstrates her remarkable style of rough to light brush strokes that create a sense of realism in this piece. She was one of the few female painters of her time. The subject matter of her piece is not as interesting as that of Gustave Caillebotte’s The Orange Trees, due to the gender inequality and male superiorism.
Thus, Robinson introduces the theme of isolation.“He was a gentleman from sole to crown, clean favored, and imperially slim” (3-4). “And he was rich - yes, richer than a king - and admirably schooled in every grace” (9-10). The people of the pavement were biased; they perceived Cory as a king because he was wealthy, refined, and courteous. They idolized him with envy. However, Cory was discontent of his social status.
If one did not know Jay Gatsby they would think he was a self-centered rich man, but, he did not care about money. Jay did not care about wealth he only became wealthy because that is the only way Daisy would love
Being unable to detect the social signals, Gatsby doesn’t realize the insincerity of the invitation, while Tom, being from East Egg, does, showing how Gatsby is differentiated from high society even though he is rich. Although Gatsby is technically part of the upper class because he is wealthy, he is differentiated by his inability to understand subtle social
The ego can feed off of hearing that it’s great without doing anything. Tom’s ego feeds off of people wanting and needing him for his money. Especially his “lower class mistress whose materialism makes him feel powerful” (Verderame par. 5). Tom’s inflation with the feeling of pride gives him a sense of false superiority, “Tom is not afraid to lash out against women (especially his lower class mistress whose materialism makes him feel powerful) in order to exhort authority over them” (Tanfer par.
His style has inspired the facial detail in my works which brings the subject to life in melancholy splendour. This allows for the viewer to either consciously or unconscious respond to their memories. In this piece, there is a strong contrast between modern day life and the past. The girl that has been painted in acrylic portrays the “here and now”, but there is an element of distance to her. This promotes the thought process of having to enter into the memorial state of the mind.
My personal favourite is ‘Sestina’, her superb technical ability is shown in this poem. Some poets are more challenging to understand, not Bishop. This is due to her excellent choice of language, which makes her poems so easy to understand. In Sestina she chooses an extremely restrictive format, but for a particular reason, to show how her emotion was
The diction and tone in Woolf’s essay affects her message as it was melancholy and calm. The diction was clear and understandable to ensure that the audience could understand her message, rather than try and decipher large incoherent words. Woolf also uses many words with negative connotations, but takes a neutral attitude to the subject. At the beginning of the essay Woolf 's tone is very hopeful, but as the essay progresses it turns dark and somber. At the beginning Woolf used phrasing such as “ Pleasant morning” (Woolf 5) and “enormous energy of the world”(Woolf 24) .