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    the museum about its history and architecture, as well as informs visitors of the many art classes and exhibits present in the museum. The museum itself is two levels, featuring multiple different pieces of artwork, including sculptures by artist Lois

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    Lowbrow Art Analysis

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    America Following the success of Juxtapoz . The commercial success of Lowbrow Art extends beyond magazines. Paintings by Robert Williams, Mark Ryden, and other prominent Lowbrow Artists now trade at “blue chip” prices. The Lowbrow Art style is a thriving market with dedicated galleries sprinkled across the globe, and La Luz De Jesus, Copro Gallery, and other mainstays

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    The woman in Rubens painting is very much a display of nakedness. Berger’s first criterion, that the painting transcends a single instant, can be proven a few different ways. The way the fur coat is loosely hanging is the first indicator, it cannot remain in that position for a long period of time so it is clearly a single instant. Another point is the way the breasts are being held, in the Olympia painting and similar paintings the woman is in a comfortable position that could last for a relatively

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    observing the paintings and etchings I carefully read all of the plaques that gave detailed information about Leak’s life, history, and her works of art. Not all of Leak’s painting and etchings are on display for the public, but the artwork that is available to the public is truly astonishing. After observing her art in the exhibit, I carefully picked out three images to describe and interpret. The first image I will be depicting is an oil painting where Leak is the content of the painting. When you

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    Art is continuously evolving. Art movements often reflect what society is underdoing during its creation. Impressionism is often considered the first modern movement in painting. Impressionism was developed in Paris in the 1860s originating from artists who were rejected from the official, government sponsored exhibition called the Salon. Artists from the Impressionism movement are known as the Impressionists. Several well-known Impressionists are Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and August

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    Tom Thomson Analysis

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    mentioned with the group of seven. Many magnificent paintings such as the West Wind, Woodland Waterfall, Northern River, and Bateaux were illustrated by Tom Thomson. After his devastating death, he left behind around 30 canvases and over 300 sketches that are now expensive artifacts kept in beautiful frames all around Ontario. His last drawing that marked the end of his artistic career was called the Jack Pine, one of the most iconic paintings of Canada’s vast landscape. On his last annual trip to

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    Neoclassicism Jacques-Louis David was a neoclassical painter during the French Revolution. Jacques-Louis painted The Oath of the Horatii in 1784 with oil on a canvas. He lived in Rome while painting this art. The Oath of the Horatii was a represented an event from Roman history to enhance the French loyalty and bravery. His painting was symmetrical by aligning the people and walls horizontally while using smooth strokes to not leave evidence of the brushstrokes. The warriors wore Roman uniforms that hung past

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    The artist’s work in the baroque period often resemble dramatic artworks that sought to draw the viewer into the image, also images employ high contrast of light and shadow as well as a fluidity that were absent in Renaissance art. Baroque creates a strong sense of liveliness, spirit and attraction. And the churches of the baroque churches tend to be richly decorated and the elements in the structure are used more freely than Renaissance. An iconic artist in the renaissance period was Leonardo

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    1. Introduction 1.1 Baroque Art Baroque painting consists of a range of styles varying from Classical Religious Grandeur, Realism and Easel Art maturing during the beginning of 1600 and continuing throughout the mid 18th century. Therefore this new movement saw the proliferation of major themes of Baroque painting such as the de-emphasis of the figure, a mastery of light and shadow, realism in all things and last but not least, new subjects like landscapes, still life and self-portraiture. Compared

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    Dubois Riegl Analysis

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    Alois Riegl was born in Austria in 1858, and dies in 1905. He studied law, history, and then philosophy, and began his career as an art historian as a curator of a textile for the Museum of Art and Industry. His most influential publications include Problems of Style(1893), Late Roman Art Industry(1901), and The Group Portraiture of Holland(1931). Alois Riegl and Heinrich Wolfflin both deal with art history as formalists. They studied the stylistic characteristics of time periods and cultures to

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    It is Picasso’s statement to the world that he was breaking with the current and traditional norm and expectation. He dared to invent and remake representation. The Demoiselles was his salon painting. Created in 1907, the painting the two and half metre long, claiming for shock and impact. The painting features Iberian style of Picasso’s native Spain. The influence of African tribal art is also very evident. Five nude female prostitutes are portrayed, each figure is depicted in a disconcerting

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    was extended from Impressionism and it against the fundamental limitation impressionism style. Impressionism was started by a group of artists, spearheaded by Claude Monet, who were denied by the Salon because of their unconventional approach to painting. Their first group exhibition was held in Paris in 1874, including with Monet’s Impression: Sunrise which had received the harshest critique. Between 1874 to 1876, they exhibited together eight times in Paris and called themselves the Anonymou Society

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    Frida Kahlo Case Study

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    time she started painting and created her 1st self portrait iii. Towards the end of her life 1. Kahlo later became politically active and married fellow communist artist Diego Rivera in 1929. Diego also encouraged her and evaluated her painting. 2. She started to find her theme of painting herself and her internal as well as external struggles and started to add realistic and surrealistic components in her painting style and painted over 200 pieces. 3. She exhibited her paintings in Paris and Mexico

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    Throughout the history of art human form, female nude is always a muse for artists. Sandro Botticelli depicted the goddess Venus in Birth of Venus and Titian created the standard for representations of the reclining female nude, Venus of Urbino in 1538. The both works have their own beauty, but there are always differences to allow each painting to stand on its own. There are special aspects on Rembrandt’s interpretation on Bathsheba Reading King David's Letter such as the nude’s gesture, emotions

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    Michelangelo was an extraordinary artist who contributed enormous physical and educational pieces of art to the world. Arguably one of the most spectacular pieces of art in human history was his vaulting painting, The Last Judgement, available for viewing in the Sistine Chapel. The overall process of producing this painting and Michelangelo 's personal beliefs and life were all incredibly influential throughout these 20 months. The process for how Michelangelo was contracted for The Last Judgement

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    Pollock. Abstract expressionism is a post–World War II art movement in American painting, developed in New York in the 1940s, also one of the pillars of contemporary or modern art. The Abstract Expressionist were committed to an expressive art of profound emotion and universal themes, and most were shaped by the post-war tragedies and the results of it. In revolt abstract expressionist artists reinvented abstract painting but its influence comes much earlier from Surrealism and Cubism, often considered

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    on a piece that was exquisite and yet so simply alluring. This painting “Defying Ignorance” by Young June Lew, was provocative but yet innocent in its display. My eyes were first drawn to the silhouette of an elegant woman 's profile, showcasing her naked refinement and femininity. Painted in a lustrous gold hue, she reaches high for what seems to be a pomegranate. After a moment I realized she is not the sole figure in the painting, there are others in the near background. These figures are less

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    Even though she was physically disabled, she sometimes didn’t portray this in her paintings. She really did not indentify herself as a member of the disable community. In the article “Of Our Spiritual Strivings” by W.E.B Du Bois he says, “-a world which yields him no true self consciousness, but only lets him see himself through the revelation

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    Starry Night Art Analysis

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    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

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    Outsider Vs Outsider Art

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    majority of the painting is done in shades of blue. The tone of the painting is luminous in the sky and dark on the ground. The focal point of the painting is the sky, since the viewers’ eye directly focuses on the bright colors in the sky rather than the dark colors on the ground. The vanishing point is to the left of the church towards the mountains. The viewer’s point of view is from the above because it seems like the village is seen from a bird’s eye view. From looking at the painting, it is visible

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