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  • Paul Mezanne Analysis

    For the assessment of meaning and interpretation I chose to discuss about Paul Cezanne, Grand Bainuses, 1895-1906, oil on canvas, 52 x 81 inches, The Barnes Foundation, Marion, PA. I will be discussing what the painting portrays, the materials used for the painting, the form and context of the painting. I will also be discussing the coherence, correspondence, and completeness of the painting. The painting of Paul Cezanne subject matter portrays nudity, all the men and women in the oil painting are nude. I can tell the gender of the people in the painting by the breast’s. They are emphasized with more rounded chest area than the one man who is on his knee with short hair, and the woman’s have the longer hair. The man and women are not completely nude, as they have a small white cloth that covers their private area from the waist down. The nudity aspect of the painting can portray purity within themselves. Their is no discomfort with their body…

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  • Visit To The Chazen Museum

    For my Art History Museum paper I chose to visit the Chazen museum here in Madison to observe a piece of artwork that I wanted to furthermore dig into. As I walked through the museum, the artwork appeared to be very organized in each area. On the second floor, the painting that really caught my eyes was one done in 1880. The artwork is an oil painting created on canvas with an old man and a little child in it. The painting was, In Grandfather’s Arms, by the artist Jozef Israëls. The painting…

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  • Rembrandt's 'Oil On Canvas'

    Lucretia 1666, Rembrandt Harmensz. Van Rijn, Oil on Canvas Rembrandt explains the tale of Lucretia, who was the wife of a Roman nobleman. Rembrandt’s retelling of t Lucretia’s story showcases deep emotional feeling. Lucretia was raped by the son of a tyrannical roman king, named Tarquinius. Lucretia was a woman who valued Virtue and Honor (Harris.) In this period of time, a women virtue was idealized and at most times valued more than the woman’s life itself. Fearing that she would be regarded…

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  • The Canvas Business Model

    6 Business Model The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and lean startup template for developing new business models. It also helps to visualize the firm’s value proposition, customers, and finances. For the development of the Business Model, the group decided to use the Canvas Model and the “Ten types of Innovation” method (Keeley, Pikkel, Quinn) in parallel. In this regard, both methodologies are mixed inside the Canvas Model and the result was the following. Figure 9. Business…

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  • Canvas Porter Analysis Essay

    Canvas Visionary User Scenario Not in Tokyo Maggie is a graphic designer who lives in Amsterdam and works for a design studio. She decided to move to Tokyo in a month. She searches information about Tokyo in general in her spare time lately, she opens forums as usual at night after her work and gets to know about Canvas. She visits the Canvas from forums and thinks it’s cool as it’s geolocated Tokyo creative community. She starts to try finding out how it works, and browses…

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  • An Analysis Of Salvador Dali's Living Still Life

    Living Still Life, painted by Salvador Dali in 1956, is an oil on canvas painting created to express the dynamic combination and complexity of stillness and motion that goes almost unnoticed every day. Viewers are drawn in to observe the masterpiece initially by the bright red, mellow blue, and vibrant red colors used in the scenic view painted before them. In essence, the painting is of a medium length rectangular, wooden table partially extending from a room inside of an apartment or condo,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Reengineering

    value proposition canvas. 3.4 Business Model As mentioned before the theories and concepts from business model literature will be used, where the main writers are Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur with their book “Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers” and few articles from Baden Fuller & Morgan, Casadeus & Ricart, Gambardella & McGrahan, among others. Osterwalder A. and Pigneur Y. (2010) argued that a business model describes how a company…

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  • The Best Way To Get A Tattoo Essay

    a tattoo is by laser surgery that hurts a lot more than getting the tattoo did. The first step in getting a tattoo is to pick out the design to get on your body. This is a vital part in the process of getting a tattoo. The tattoo of the canvas (the person getting the tattoo) choice is going to be there for the rest of there life’s so this needs to be a choice they are not going to think different about later in life. Once the decision of the…

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  • Painting In Joan Mitchell's Chamonix

    Joan Mitchell’s Chamonix 1962 painting appears to be a mess at first glance; paint violently pushed across canvas, no focal point and seemingly just no point to this piece. However, by giving a name to this abstract mess, we are able to begin to use our imagination to begin to see shapes take form to see that Mitchell has made an abstraction of a French mountain and it is our job as a viewer to use our minds to make a story of her canvas. Mitchell’s 200 by 217.2cm canvas overtakes your vision…

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  • Art Analysis: Untitled, Jean-Michel Basquiat

    1: Untitled, Jean-Michel Basquiat Selection 1 Introduction The first piece of art presented to The Apollo collection for consideration is “Untitled.” It is an acrylic and mixed media piece on canvas painted and created by Jean-Michel Basquiat in 1981. The work is a part of the Broad Collection in Los Angeles. On first inspection of the piece, the piece seems to be made up of lots of lines and blocks of colors creating jagged shapes along with broken lines all pieced together in a…

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