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    The El Paso Museum of Art had a lot of interesting artwork that caught my attention, however the one that stood out of the most was a color lithograph painting called “We Love, We give, We Die, We Go Someplace, We Love” by Bert Long. Bert Long is an American artist, born in the Fifth Ward in Houston, Texas in 1940. Long was named the Texas Artist of the Year in 1990 and studied under the Rome Prize Fellowship from the American Academy in 1990 and 1991. The painting created by Long was made in 1996

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    Cubism Art Style

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    Essay Analyzing Cubism as a form of art: Why it is one of the most influential art styles of the twentieth century? WLDC202 Section A Vadym Shchabelskyy   The first ideas of Cubism emerged in the early 20th century when Europeans started exploring Africa and Native America cultures. The artworks from those cultures and three-dimensional works by Paul Cezanne inspired Pablo Picasso and other European artists. The concept of Cubism was formed between 1906 and 1911. The first to implement ideas of Cubism

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    painter, Georges Braque. In Cubist paintings, objects are broken apart and reassembled in an abstracted form, highlighting their composite geometric shapes and depicting them from multiple, simultaneous viewpoints in order to create physics-defying, collage-like effects. At once destructive and creative, Cubism shocked, appalled and fascinated the art world. In 1907, Picasso produced a painting that today is considered the precursor and inspiration of Cubism: "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon." A chilling depiction

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    Joan Miro was the first son of Michel Miro Adziras and Dolores Ferra. He was born in Barcelona on April 20, 1893 in Montroig. He began to draw at the age of eight. His career started when he completed his education in Barcelona. He started by produced an artwork based on portraits and a landscape in Fauve manner. He became a member of the Agrupacio Courbet after he had his first one-man show in Barcelona. His second one-man show

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    are not stealing, plagiarizing or passing off these images as their own. They want the viewer to recognise the images they copy, and bring their own interpretation, with the image to the artist’s new context; whether it’s a painting, sculpture, or collage. Appropriation started and has been around ever since art began. However, two artists who have exemplified from the rest were, Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso. These artists have demonstrated appropriation throughout their art work and have created

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    often as the main source of her works. The particular poster that was the main source for Love and Violence was the 1963 poster for the movie Toys in the Attic, starring Dean Martin. The media for this art was acrylic, oil and paper collage on canvas. Drexler’s collage painting of Love and

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    Juan Gris Research Paper

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    Juan Gris was a Spanish painter and sculptor born in Madrid, Spain on March 23, 1887. Originally, his name was Jose Victoriano Gonzalez-Perez. He was known for his paintings in the Cubist style and producing sculptures. His works are praised by art critics as being some of the finest examples of cubist painting. In his paintings, he emphasized that every element of each painting should be considered with classical quality and balanced colors. Being born the thirteenth child of fourteen by father

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    Un Chien Andalou Analysis

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    The following analysis is a revelation that Spanish painter Salvador Dali born in 1904 was surrealist. He has incredible ability to design magnificent portraits. Surrealism is a cultural pattern that was found in Paris by various artists and writers. It was used to adopt imaginations to reality. While Dali was a popular artist, it was his unfamiliar way of thinking and deep concern for dreams that gained him the most disrepute. Salvador Dali was a true surrealist, a fact strongly confirmed by various

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    Les Demoiselles d’Avignon by Pablo Picasso At the turn of the 20th century, Western Europe was fashionable with Avant-Grade movements, setting new and distinguished value and standard from the traditional norm. Nicéphore Niépce’s invention of the year 1839 set a new path for the world of art in the decades to come. There was no longer an emphasis on creating a window of the world. Artist gradually began to question the value and purpose of art, as well of their own roles. Practitioners began to

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    Salvador Dalí On May 11, 1904, an artist legend was born. Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marquis of Dalí de Púbol, or Salvador Dalí as he was professionally known, was an artist among many other things. He was born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. This is where the history of surrealism began. Dalí was a surrealism artist. He was known for his crazy images and eccentric personality. He was imaginative and weird and his behavior often caught more attention than his artwork did. His

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    Pop art like many other forms of art can be described as an amalgamation of many different artistic styles (Chapman, A. (2011). However, Pop art is set apart from other forms of art by the fact that it uses its own unique aesthetic style that often involves incorporating music icons, political figures, movie celebrities in order to come up with a unique and interesting artistic product (Chapman, A. (2011). As a result, this has made pop art to become an effective tool to be used in the advertisement

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    Edward Hopper once said, “No amount of skillful invention can replace the essential element of imagination” (qtd. in “Edward Hopper Quotes”). Hopper started out his career as a struggling impressionist, leaving many aspects of his art up to the interpretation and imagination of the person looking at it. Hopper also traveled to Europe, in particular Paris, and here he worked with the unique lighting of the city to show more expression in his artwork through the symbols of light and darkness (Edward

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    It could be biased to say that Pablo Picasso was one of the best painter to ever live on earth. If Pablo wasn’t one of the greatest painters that impacted society, then who did? Van Gogh? Pablo Picasso education, childhood, philosophy, and influences may have made him who he was when he was alive yet one may not understand why he is the greatest until they understand a little about him before agreeing to my statement. When it came to schooling; Pablo Picasso was known to be a terrible student to

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    Thomas Eakins was born and lived in Philadelphia for most of his life. His father, Benjamin Eakins, was a weaver, and Thomas often observed his father at work. This led him to develop skills in drawing lines, perspective, and the use of a grid, which he later used for his art. Eakins attended Central High School, where he studied applied science and arts, and excelled in mechanical drawing. In 1861, he studied drawing and anatomy at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Eakins considered becoming

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    Essay On Juan Gris

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    Juan Gris was a Spanish painter and sculptor which was born in Madrid, but he lived and worked in France in most of his lifetime. Gris studied mechanical drawing at the Escuela de Artes y Manufacturas in Madrid from 1902 to 1904, during which time he contributed drawings to local periodicals. From 1904 to 1905 he studied painting with the academic artist José Maria Carbonero. In 1905, José Victoriano González adopted the more distinctive name, which was called Juan Gris. In 1906, Juan Gris moved

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    his art was a mockery of real art. However, Picasso ignored the controversy and became a very famous artist because he kept experimenting with different styles of art. Third, Picasso’s courage led the way to modern art. For example, the concept of collage and Picasso’s innovations paved the way to surrealism and expressionism which are arts created to find the potential of a person’s unconscious mind and emotions. In conclusion, courage can be connected to the

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    Jessica Arteaga Analysis Paper 22 Julio, 2016 R. Alves Guernica Pablo Picasso’s piece titled La Guernica painted using oil paint on canvas. This piece was made in 1937 as a representation of the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The horrors of war are shown through his eyes and point of view of what he thought and believed at that time. Picasso was possibly the most influential artist of the twentieth century; he influences many of the styles of painting

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    Pablo Picasso's Cubism

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    1.Cubism (1908-1917) Pablo Picasso created a canvas dissimilar to anything he or any other painter had ever painted some time recently, in 1907, a work that would significantly influence the course of workmanship in the twentieth century: "Les Demoiselles d 'Avignon," a chilling delineation of five bare prostitutes, disconnected and misshaped with sharp geometric components and stark blotches of soul, greens and grays. 2.Among Picasso 's numerous commitments to the historical background of workmanship

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    Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous artists in the whole world and was born in Spain 1881 and died at the age of 91 in France. Picasso has some characteristic styles he uses in his works, such as bright colours to form contrast and the memorable style of 'disformed ' faces, where the face 's structure is capricious and unnatural. Moreover, symmetry is not a word to describe Picasso 's paintings with. There is one painting by Picasso, that created an art revolution or new movement much more modern

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    Goya in Bordeaux is a Spanish historical drama film by Carlos Saura that revolves around the life of the Spanish romantic painter and printmaker artist, Francisco Goya. The movie took place in Spain in 1999. The film mainly focuses on how the artist spent the last few years of his life in a voluntary exile in Bordeaux, France with his wife Leocadia and their daughter Rosario between the years 1746-1828. The artist had a reputation for being a liberal, who couldn’t stand the corrupt regime of Ferdinand

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