William H. Johnson street in cagne-sur-mer ca.1927 was a beautiful piece it showed you that it was early on in his popular career, he seemed to be more focused on maybe imitating the likes of Picasso. Even before 1927 he also had work but It is no record of this work. Langston Hughes states that “I want to be a white poet.”(Hughes 1965) This statement kinds fits with William because like stated earlier in the passage he was really inspired by the likes of Picasso. The painting looked like it was moving but it also had a lot of emotion behind the painting and he was just emulation what he was around. The oils made it seem very life like but through a foggy lens at the same it was any things going on in the painting.
They are similar, but perhaps not of identical meaning.Abstraction indicates a departure from reality in depiction of imagery in art. This departure from accurate representation can be slight, partial, or complete. "The fruits of war" oils and acrylics on canvas. I choose this painting because once again i am a huge fan of abstract art. This piece has a deep meaning and a lot of emotion.
He loved the way it made him feel. When it came to painting, Pollock had a lot of inspiration. Not only from teachers but, society itself. Even though he was a very awkward child everything made sense in his mind and he was able to bring his ideas to life on a
The question that stands is whether or not Johannes Vermeer is in fact a genius. Maybe not in the sense of mathematics or physics, but artistically Vermeer has managed to do something most artists strive for, he has captured his audience for more than 400 years. Is that genius though? Not necessarily, that just makes his works beautiful and timeless, but more importantly the genius of Vermeer is in his boldness and creative audacity. Vermeer's ability to paint two beautiful young woman in such a creative manner that looks as if the light was shining in at the perfect moment showcases his genius.
I chose to write about Jim Germaux’s Parallel Play because it evokes beauty in a unique way using pattern, line, and color Germaux’s Parallel Play exemplifies beauty through eye-catching pattern. Each piece of this collection uses an arrangement of circles in a manner that is organized and yet spontaneous. The location of each circle is unpredictable, but the way the Germaux arranges the circles in his painting, side-by-side in no particular order, creates a sense of movement and playfulness that is attractive to the viewer’s eye. The viewer is drawn in by the mass quantity of these circles and is then challenged to look upon the spontaneity of the arrangement, and to try to find familiar patterns within. Germaux is making the viewer move his or her eyes over the circle pattern in several directions creating a commotion that pulls the viewer into the composition in such an effective way that is beautiful.
In the museum of Salvador Dali over at St. Petersburg, Florida, there were several artworks that caught my attention because Dali’s artwork is genuine in many ways. Although I was impressed by all the artworks, there was a particular one that interested me completely. The artwork is the painting titled “Old age, Adolescence, Infancy (The Three Ages)”. This is a 1940, oil on canvas painting with dimensions 19 5/8 in x 25 5/8 in. The subject matter in this work is the three phases of life.
Another challenge to the artist was the need to paint the picture from memory and not outdoors, as he prefers. As Lauren Soth state in her article, “Van Gogh 's imagination took hold. But it was fed with sources both from nature and art” (303). However, the inclusion of some part of fantasy and subconsciousness in the picture made it as famous as it is now. The Starry Night is widely believed to represent the state of mind of van Gogh at the time of his staying at the hospital.
Rachmaninoff’s intricate childhood and his later psychological problems certainly echoed in his compositional style. Probably the most significant source of inspiration for Rachmaninoff’s Etude-Tableaux were Arnold Böcklin paintings. Rachmaninoff visited an art gallery in Leipzig, Germany, where he was profoundly fascinated by Böcklin’s paintings. Rachmnainoff’s tone poem The Isle of the Dead stands as testimony to prove this theory since it was inspired by Böcklin’s painting with the same name. Böcklin’s works reveal acute observation and a feeling for refined color effects .
When the viewer observes the great detail and realistic colors entwined in the painting, it is seen as a work of art. The work obviously has so much input and time involved, along with the devotion Tim had to the project, it is a wonderful piece. The photographic resemblance leave people in awe. Vermeer was even considered one the the greatest painters because of this. When the idea that tools were used to create this effect, the majestic wonder is almost striped from the oil painting.
In arts, we can know the feeling and sometimes the thoughts of the artists. Sometimes, from the paintings, we can know whether the artists are in a blissful relationship or a painful one. For instance, when the artists are in love happily they will likely use a brighter colour in their arts while those in a painful one will tend to use a darker colour. Therefore, we can learn a lot from the artists through art pieces. ‘Diego and I’ was painted by Frida Kahlo in Mexico in 1949.