Claude Bernard

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  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Art Analysis: The Seine At Chatou Analysis

    The Seine is often portrayed as a peaceful place, primarily by Renoir’s contemporary Impressionists like Claude Monet. The French impressionists often painted the Seine as a sanctitude of nature. However, the Seine has often historically been illustrated in quite a contrasting way. Many depicted the urban part of this river, including buildings, bridges, boats…

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  • Antropofagia Analysis

    Tarsila do Amaral’s “Antropofagia” stands out to me the most as it is the first piece that one sees as they walk in the exhibition. The viewer is taken aback by the vibrant shades of orange that immediately catch their eye. The closer the viewer gets to the painting, the more that they can make out of the simple shapes that are common in Tarsila’s work. These shapes are outlined in darker colors that contrast with the colors of what is behind them. There are two figures sitting side by side in…

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  • Monet London Fog Analysis

    The artistic movement known as impressionism sought to capture events and scenes in order to convey their essence not through exact reproduction but rather through color and light. The goal was not only to reproduce the scene itself but to also reproduce the sensation and life of the scene. The impressionist style with its free and unplanned brushstrokes, bright and vivid colors, and innocent subjects soon became synonymous with modern life and art. Various individuals within the movement would…

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  • Impressionism And Surrealism

    Humans are complex beings that are always trying to progress onward, whether it would be through physical strength or through self-expression. To be human, there is a craving for something more and something that can move themselves from where they are to elsewhere. They can move forward, to the left or the right. They also could go up or diagonally, taking any and all chance they can to keep moving. The fact is they must use what they have learned from those before them to progress on. They…

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  • Claude Debussy: A Musical Genius

    Born in August 22, 1862 in Saint Germain En Laye, France, Claude Debussy was not known for having the greatest beginning to an exciting life. But while his family did not have a lot of money, they were still able to understand his amazing talent with a piano and by the age of 7 he was in Piano lessons. At the age of 10 or 11 Debussy had entered into the Paris Conservatoire, within his time there his instructors and his fellow students were awed by his obvious talent but often found his musical…

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  • Claude Monet Impressionism

    Claude Monet, The Regatta at Argenteuil From the Romanticism and Realism movement of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, to what became known as the Impressionism movement of the nineteenth century, the transformation of French and Western paintings was drastic and challenging. After the Franco- Prussian war, France was in desperate and hopeful need to bring a new movement that would cheer the spirits of those that were in distress and pure anguish. This change and uprising was brought by…

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  • Claude Lorrain: Renaissance Or Baroque?

    Katherine Craig Dr. James Terry October 21, 2014 Renaissance and Baroque Art History Claude Lorrain: Renaissance or Baroque? Claude Lorrain was a painter born in Champagne, France in the early 1600s, and painted from 1630 until his death in 1682. (claudelorrain.org) Lorrain’s style cannot be defined as either strictly Renaissance or Baroque. (thesis.) The painting Villagers Dancing by Lorrain in 1638 is one example of this mixture of stylistic approach. From left to right, Lorrain painted…

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  • Impressionism: Painting Analysis

    Impressionism Art Painting can be idealized as a big movement from the 19th century and flourish in France. The Impressionist has normal methods of insight about painting, in spite of the fact that their styles varied broadly. They manage to catch the transient impacts of light through painting in short strokes of immaculate shading. Impressionist concentrated on the emotional impacts of air and light on individuals and objects. Pop art can be idealized as astounding and questionable. They…

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  • A Palette Of Feelings In The Book Thief By Markus Zusak

    A Palette of Feelings Color- the property possessed by an object that produces different sensations on the eye as a result of the way the object reflects or emits light (Dictionary.com). In today’s society, we tend to disregard colors that are unappealing. We always go straight for the pretty blues or the elegant purples. As we come across colors that are dreary or as we refer some as “ugly”, we turn away and ignore them. Even though they might not be the most attractive exterior color, their…

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  • Twilight In The Wilderness Analysis

    During the early to late 1860’s landscapes were becoming more hyper-realistic due to the expansion of America with the Louisiana purchase. Artists were hired to go out with these brave colonials and paint the landscapes of this undiscovered region. What came back was absolutely breath taking. Even though this was a ploy to get people from the 13 colonies to migrate west, it was a successful one. Two of the artists chosen were Albert Bierstadt and Frederic Church, both painters by trade and both…

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