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  • Why Is Leonardo Da Vinci Considered An Artist

    to 1497 he produced a mural of 'The Last Supper' in the refectory of the Monastery of Santa Maria. During his time in Florence, he painted several portraits, but the only one that survives is the famous 'Mona Lisa'. The fame of Da Vinci's living paintings has meant that he has been regarded primarily as an artist, but the thousands of surviving pages…

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  • Personal Statement: Perceiving Art

    my first famous painting was the Bathers at Asnieres which obtained great admiration by the Parisian community due to the introduction of pointillism to the art world as my original movement and that it was possible to convert dots into forms due to the application of the…

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  • Western Landscape Analysis

    major focus in their works. By the late Tang Dynasty, which occurred from 618-907, landscape painting had evolved into an independent genre. As the dynasty disintegrated, the concept of withdrawal into the natural world became a major focus of painters. The images of nature remain a potent source of inspiration down to the present day, and it has been transformed by the millennia of human occupation. Chinese artists Kuncan, Yang Yongliang and Cui Jie have explored the genre of landscape in a…

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  • My Teaching My Self-How To Paint House

    She will teach me when I grow up. After 2 or 3 I stay out side of our home and I saw that she was painting so I went near to her look how she paint. I told her to teach me how to paint but she did not teach me because my mom doesn’t allow me to paint. Again when she was painting I look and think that how she does and how she uses that different color mud. I look like 3 or 4 time when she was painting and from next day I paint outside of our home my self. It was mass up and when my mom come…

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  • Visual Analysis Of Funny Boy

    This painterly device, in which the color of the horizon of the sky turns out to be more dull and dry, is known as aerial perspective and was utilized by Renaissance artist to make the fantasy and illusion of profundity in landscape scenes. The painting shows that Jesus Christ interceded the table, his twelve messengers are arguing with each other about who among them had double-crossed and betrayed him. On the dinning…

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  • Kenya Caves Research Paper

    were carved out of the vertical face of the Charanandri hills during the period of 6th and 10th centuries, the same times the Ajanta caves were abandoned. Reminiscent of the Ajanta caves, the Ellora caves are also world famous for their spectacular paintings and sculpture. Even after extensive research, the experts are still unable to tell how these magnificent caves were carved. There is no concrete evidence available that explains the process or information about the builders. The caves took…

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  • Night Cafe Vincent Van Gogh Analysis

    Night Cafe Who was Vincent Van Gogh? And why the night cafe is one of his masterpiece and most famous painting? In the Modernist world there were so many fabulous and famous paintings but in this essay I want to focus in Vincent Gogh.Vincent Gogh was born on March 30 of 1853 in Netherland. He studied paintings while living in Paris in 1886. He was a Dutch artist whose work had a far reaching influence on 20th-century art. He never married he declared his love to Eugénie Loyer, but she reject…

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  • Analysis On Rod Gilbert, Andy Warhol, And The Athlete Series

    main focus point as I analyzed the detail that was put forth in each one. Their facial features that they were known for most were accentuated drawing you into the painting itself. Though the art pieces seemed similar you could feel the different atmospheres they each possessed. The first one to catch my eye…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci Art Analysis

    throughout his career in painting. Those works of art include The Last Supper and Mona Lisa, these being his two most famous works. Since the 1500s copious amounts of money have been spent on protecting and restoring these works of art to ensure that future generations get to experience the artistry of Leonardo Da Vinci. These two works of art are greatly valued because they represent Da Vinci's passion for art, experimentation, and his new discoveries in his craft. Although these paintings are…

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  • M. C. Escher's Metamorphosis In Day And Night

    M.C. Escher was a Dutch artist who created over 448 original pieces, and spent over thirty years perfecting his techniques. He weaves complicated concepts and images together, creating the style that represents him and his works. Escher uses many techniques like wood cut, transferring, and the use of 2D and 3D ideas, to make his pieces what they are. In Escher’s pieces Metamorphosis I-IV and Day and Night he demonstrates how everything and everyone is connected, and how change is inevitable. Day…

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