During Paula Modersoln-Becker short life she created many unique works of art. She had a supportive father, who saw her talent in art. Since Paula had the drive at home she was encouraged to go to Paris to live out her dreams, but her womanly duties intervened and she stopped painting for awhile. Her short life span did not fully contain her passion for art, she became a wife soon after she began to draw. The time period that Paula was born into caused her to put her dreams aside to become a housewife; however, it was not long before she decided to leave her husband and pursue her dreams as an artist.
In the Loge, by Mary Cassatt is a very interesting piece of artwork. The artwork depicts what appears to be a woman, viewing a play or some kind of entertainment inside of a theater. The woman’s gaze is set on whatever the entertainment in front of her is. However, the man across the theater is looking directly at the woman, yet he appears to be attending the show with a woman himself. This painting appears to be set sometime in the past, the outfits the people are wearing appear to be very outdated.
Have you ever wondered when you just through on some paint on a canvas, and you don’t know what it is called well that’s called painting. Here’s a fact about painting, did you know painting relaxes your mind when you see it. Also painting lets you be creative and, let’s you be imaginative. So yes, art is amusing and interesting to us because in art we could do all the things listed above and we enjoy being relaxed and calm and we could paint in different styles. Did you know Paula Modersohn-Becker was a German painter she is known as the first female painter to paint bare self- portraits.
Analyzing the Girl with a Pearl Earring Her bright, red lips parted as if she is taken by surprise, her head tilted over her shoulder looking on towards the painter as if she had her photo taken unsuspectingly. The Girl with a Pearl Earring is as mysterious as it is beautiful. Analyzing artwork has been difficult but with the facts in front of us, knowledge of the artist himself, analysis of the piece, our own interpretations, and judgment may help us solve the mysterious girl in the beautiful oil painting that was selected for this essay; Girl with a Pearl Earring.
Picasso and Beuys Pablo Picasso is one of the most influential artist and main figure of cubism art. He was a very influential artist during his time and world renown I chose to research on him because of his character of being antagonistic towards people. The title of the piece of interest that I will talk about is Three Figures. According to the text the art piece is created using oil on canvas and was created on September 6, 1971. The piece has three figures and looks like the bodies are distorted.
An Investigation into the melancholy splendour of the conscious and unconscious response to memory between my own, Judith Kindler 's and Mark Demsteader 's works: In the works of Judith Kindler and Mark Demsteader, there is an evidently distinct and clear link between the use of their medium and meaning and the use of my medium and meaning in my works. My chosen theme, Memories, is extremely broad but yet specific. It can convey many different meanings, depending on the viewer’s intellectual understanding of life and life experiences. Memories affect individuals differently as everyone comes from a different background in society.
Piet Mondrian, he is the founder of the Dutch modern movement, The De Stilj. It is recognized for the purity of his abstraction. His aim were to simplify the essential features of his paintings for it to become more as a reflection to what he saw as the spiritual order in the visible world, creating a clear, universal aesthetic language within his materials. In his best known paintings from the 1920, Mondrian reduced his shapes to lines and rectangles and his palette to fundamental basics pushing past references to the outside world toward pure abstraction. His iconic abstract works remain influential in design and familiar in popular culture to this day.
It would be an incredible honor to be one of the few chosen to attend the Chicago field trip for so many reasons. I have had a love of art for as long as I could remember. Ever since early elementary, art has generally interested me and it has been one of my few favorite classes. Going on this trip to an actual art museum would be extraordinary to me. I would love to see one of my very favorite paintings, “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”, by Georges Seurat.
Lots of humans during the day have a tendency to drift off into the state of fantasy, because one’s life’s struggles are difficult. According to Katherine Mansfield in “Miss Brill” the protagonist, who is Miss Brill, is teaching in France and decides to go to the park for a concert, to notice the surroundings. In the brief story, the author uses a natural integral setting, with a third person limited omniscient, an external conflict and imagery/personification language to suggest a central idea that when a person who fantasizes on events going on in reality causes life to seem more enjoyable then life actually turns out to be. Firstly, the author uses a nature integral setting to show how lonely the protagonist is in France.
The ability to be assertive or decisive is in fact a defining factor the identity of a woman. As a woman goes through life and its experiences, she draws from her surrounding and conclusions which will affect the choices she makes. Hardly appealing to society back then, this act of being assertive arouses an actual response at the same time that it invites attention on the rights of women as well as the status of women in the social hierarchy. This eventually draws a fine line between the male and female subject. The ability of women to make decisions eventually bridges the gap between them and the patriarchs and this, provides a sense of sights and hearing for both parties to achieve an agreement to what is right.