Introduction Art is the expression of human creativity, skill and imagination. There are many different forms and types of visual art, from painting; to sculpting; to modeling; to photography and many more (Wikipedia). A lot of people around the world may not know about artists that change their artistic direction because of photography. People also may suggest that art is only about painting and drawing, but photography influenced painting by giving artists new tools; which then influenced the artists who experimented with colour, mass and lighting (Reference). But to what extent did the invention of photography influence the development of painting from the end of 19th century to 1930?
After moving to the United States, his art still possessed surrealist elements but Dali also experimented with more classic values, traditional techniques, science, and the catholic religion resulting in his Nuclear Period (Leal, 2017). Gala, Dali’s wife and the primary reason he is estranged from his father, was also a great inspiration to him at this time in
Throughout history, many artworks have been strongly recognized and have greatly impacted society today. I will be discussing the works Number 1, 1949 by Jackson Pollock and The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. While researching, these artists have undoubtedly influenced other creators and art movements with their works through their lives of exploring art. When I first laid eyes on the work of art called Number 1, 1949 by Jackson Pollock, I was instantly reminded of another one of his pieces titled Autumn Rhythm, which I have previously studied and admired in a humanities course. They are somewhat similar at a glance, but when observing closely or side by side, the works contain several major differences.
He was born in 31, December 1869 in Le Cateau-Cambrésis in Northern France. He was a painter, sculptor, drafts man, and printmaker. His mother was an amateur painter and his father was a corn merchant. He studied law from 1887 to 1891 and then decided to go to Paris, to become a painter. He drew some amazing paintings and all of them had a story behind it.
He experienced an air raid in Munich as well as the Hamburg bombing in 1943, which traumatized him, and affected his later on views of the world greatly. After the war, Ende studied art, theatre, and literature, and worked variously as an actor, director, etcetera before becoming an author. The beginning of his career as an author was when his friend asked him to write a few pages of his picture book. This work suited Ende, and when he noticed, he had written his first novel, Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver, which was awarded the German Prize for Children’s Fiction. This was the beginning of his career as an author, and he went on to publish many novels like Jim Button and the Wild, Momo, and The Neverending Story in 1979.
Experimented many styles of painting and was a primary influence on the pop art movement. He would take ordinary objects and turn them into a humorous conception with new meanings. SALVADOR DALÍ Salvador Dalí was a Spanish artist and a surrealist icon. Born and passed away in Figueres, Spain on May 11th, 1904 – January 23rd, 1989. In the mid 1920’s
During his child hood his father showed him many graphic photos of sexual diseases which became an obsession and a large inspiration for his arts. In 1916 he was enrolled in a drawing school where he improved his skills. Also in 1916 he made a trip with a local artist’s family the artists name is Ramon Pichiot, which he frequently did. This trip was a large step in Salvador Dali painting career he was inspired by all of the modern art that he saw in Paris. In 1917 he had had his first art exhibition which was held in his family home and was organized by his father.
One of Zaha Hadid’s greatest influences was Kasmir Malevich. She believed that her interest in abstraction grew due to his works (“The Relationship between Fine Art and Architecture: Kazimir Malevich and Zaha Hadid.”). She said, “I was so obsessed with his work when I was studying and in my early career that I read it over and over again” (“Video: Zaha Hadid Discusses the Influence of Kazimir Malevich on Her Work.”). Her deep philosophical relationship with the artist can be seen in her early work (“Video: Zaha Hadid Discusses the Influence of Kazimir Malevich on Her Work.”). The two artists had many similarities and conveyed their ideas in parallel ways.
Salvador Dali Salvador Dali Fragrances History Noted as jack of all arts, Salvador Dali was known initially for his remarkable paintings, but as the tag suggests, he had been engaged in films, sculpture, photography, and similar forms of interactive media. He has been at par with famous writers and artists whom he was conversing with since his training days in San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts onwards. His inclinations are realist classification of arts where he started his Surrealism and Cubism style in artworks. Perfume industry may be looked upon as something that is quite far from Salvador Dali’s line but it is at some point close. In fact, he once claimed in one of his work of arts that, “Of the five senses, the sense of smell conveys the sense of immortality”.
Many artists know who he was and respected his ways and creations. Pablo Picasso was born in the southern part of Spain, in a town called Malaga on October 25th, 1881. He was given the name Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, but decided to only use his mother’s last name (Picasso) because it sounded more interesting, unique and fun to pronounce. Picasso was very artistic as a child and started painting at a young age. He began his career as a classical painter, painting landscapes and portraits, but he didn’t really enjoy this style of painting.