The concept of interior design was greatly explored during the Rococo period, and it is the combination of different features that determines the success of an interior. To achieve a desired goal one has to consider every part of a design. The type of paint and its colour, the type of wall finish, furniture, and flow of a room has to all work together to be successful. The Rococo style is well known for its elegance and beforehand planning that went into every design that was executed by the best designers and craftsmen of the era. The Rococo period is known for its elaborate interiors, decorated with ceiling detail and motifs inspired by nature.
In the same year, he responded to Cezanne’s experiments with his highly avant garde by that time painting called Le Bonheur De Vivre (The Joy of Life). Hi did borrow from Cezanne the idea of theatrical stylization: his painting also looks like a cheap theatrical curtain with its out of perspective nude figures whose postures refer to the famous paintings of the past. Matisse’s painting is very sensual and wildly erotic, it uses the typical for Fauvism wild color palette. The forms of the surrounding environment (shapes of trees at the pastoral) replicate the curves of the nudes. Same as Sezanne’s painting, The Joy of Life is highly cheap-decorative, abstract, it takes the Cezanne’s image deconstruction ideas further – it dissolves the objects and blends them into the environment.
Shortly afterwards, Romantic art followed; the late 18th century. Though often confused; there are no similarities between them. Romantic style of Art focuses majorly on the mysterious and the natural aspects of life. Neoclassical Art, on the other hand, is more inclined to the more political and unemotional aspects. Delacroix’s ‘Sea of Galilee’ and Watteau’s ‘The Storm’ in comparison are two different paintings in the language of art.
The work which distinguishes the baroque era is based on stylistically complex and variation arts. Baroque art evokes emotional states by giving appeal to the senses, creating dramatic expressions movement, vitality, grandeur, tension, blur distinctions, and sensuous richness in various arts. According to Patrick (2007), Catholic counter-reformation efforts against Protestantism influenced the development of the baroque art. Catholic Church used baroque art to react to mannerism and social turmoil of the period. Catholic Church and the council of Trent emphasized on artworks that clearly interpret realistic subjects.
Which of these two styles do you think is better at getting a message across? It is a fact beyond reasonable doubt that both Neoclassical and Romantic art were used as tools for governments, institutions, and individuals to convey their messages; however, the Romantic art accelerates the intense emotion and create a lasting impact on those that gaze at the work centuries after the production. One element worth remembering about the Neoclassical is that it brings to mind the stark difference between the Rococo era reminiscent of romance and leisure and the strong principles of the Greek democracy and Roman idea of freedom and liberty of the individual. The Neoclassical arts scene is one that indicates or portrays the highest point in the individual’s life and its message was often meant to indoctrinate
Even though one obviously looks more realistic, and the other seems like a sketch from a child’s creative crayon-filled sketchbook, both of the paintings are excellent artworks because they clearly deliver their content. Both of these are pathways that lead to an unknown future. Through the varying elements in the pieces, we can surmise that one is the start of a life, and the other is the end of a
There is an attention to detail and being true to life, but it does not belittle the woman at all; indeed, though it is through an objective lens, it is an altogether delicate treatment of the subject. Absent from this painting is the objectification that often pervades portrayals of women in Impressionist art. It is here, though, that the comparison between Caillebotte, Morisot, and Cassatt is especially relevant, for there are observable parallels that may be seen, especially in the blunt realism with which this type of scene is treated, especially in its study of psychological
This work is considered a major step in the creation of the cubist style. The work depicts five nude prostitutes from a brothel Picasso frequented. Figure 2 shows a work similar to that of what Picasso would have encountered before he created his work Les Demoiselles d 'Avignon. When you compare these two works side by side, you can see the similarities in the faces. Both works have almond shape eyes, elongated faces, long noses, arched eyebrows, and small mouths.
Intro Neoclassicism is an imperative period in history of craftsmanship amid which particular sorts of art including painting, architecture, music, basically upgraded, reflecting the belief systems and masterful methods of insight amid that time. All through the development of Neoclassicism in the second half of eighteenth century, it had turned out to be common for painters to lean toward the very much portrayed frame, clear illustration and displaying. The Neoclassical surface needed to look flawlessly smooth, no confirmation of brush-strokes ought to be discernible to the bare eye. France was on the very edge of its first unrest in 1789, and the Neoclassicists needed to express a discernment and reality that was fitting for their circumstances.
Artistic critics react violently. Some of them like Jules Antoine, Emile Zola, and Felix Feneon had voiced their views on the way the natural science imbalances of this new style. In addition, the critic Louis Leroy based on the painting "Impression Sunrise" to mock them with an article titled "The Exhibition of the Impressionists". In response to these provocations, at the third exhibition in 1876, Monet and his friends used the word “Impressionism” to name their