Claude Bernard

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  • The Sea At Le Havre Analysis

    paintings and began to analyze them, I realized how different they were. The artists use the similar styles and techniques, yet the end product is drastically different. The first work I looked at was The Sea at Le Havre (1868, oil in canvas) by Claude Monet. This particular painting was from the Impressionist movement. It depicts an almost baron shore, with choppy waves. There is a sail boat close to…

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  • The Artist's Garden At Vetheuil Analysis

    A new artistic movement that materialized in the late 19th century was given the name impressionism. One of the founders of the French impressionist movement was Claude Monet. Impressionists depict in their art what they see and feel at that very moment. It is a painting style that concentrates on the general impression made by a scene or an object. The main reason Monet’s The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil, 1881 attracted my attention is because I have a great fondness for flowers and gardens. The…

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  • Ophelia Willow Tree Analysis

    Ophelia was painted with oil on canvas by Sir John Everett Millais (The Story of Ophelia). Millais was known for his great attention to detail when it came to the botanical aspects, so much so that a professor teaching botany would take his students to see Ophelia because the representations of the flowers were so close to nature (The Story of Ophelia). The concept of this painting was born out of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. In Hamlet, the title character’s love interest, Ophelia tragically…

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  • Impressionist Art Movement

    During the 19th and 20th centuries, there were various distinct art movements in Europe. During the 1870s, the impressionist art movement came to life. Artists such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and Gustave Caillebotte were all part of this movement. Following, was the expressionist art movement which took place during the beginning of the 1900s. This was a time of emotional and spiritual vision of the world through paintings. Toward the end of the era came cubism, also around the early 1900s.…

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  • Passion Flowers With The Three Hummingbirds Analysis

    Andy Gjata Museum Paper Michael Coyle Art appreciation 1301 The subject I will be writing about is Martin Johnson Heade’s painting called “Passion Flowers with the Three Hummingbirds.” It is believed to be painted around 1875. The medium is oil on canvas height 17 ¼ in. (43.8 cm); width 22 1/8 in. (56.2 cm.). It is part of the American Art exhibit located in the San Antonio Museum of Art. This painting is part of a series of many pieces of art that depicted the Central and South American…

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  • Les Demoiselles D Avignon Analysis

    Assessment 3: Annotated Bibliography By Marcel Duchamp ‘Fountain’ E. Kuenzli, Rudolf & M. Naumann, Francis “Marcel Duchamp: Artist of the Century” Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain: Its History and Aesthetics in the Context of 1917-William A. Camfield (1996): 64-90. William A. Camfield writes about Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Fountain’ as one of the most famous and equally infamous objects in the history of modern art. He goes over the history of ‘Fountain’ in high detail and answers all the questions…

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  • In A Brilliant Light: Van Gogh In Arles

    In the documentary film In a Brilliant Light: Van Gogh in Arles, produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1984, the life of misunderstood artist Vincent van Gogh is depicted, particularly his works done in Arles, France. The film takes the viewer on an in depth journey of van Gogh’s life highlight points such as his inspirations and specific paintings all the while weaving it into the story that is uniquely the artist’s own. Through the introduction of the artist’s inspirations…

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  • The Thing On The Wall Analysis

    Summary and Response to “The Thing on the Wall” In the section “The Thing on the Wall” of the book An Introduction to Art, the author teaches us the important factors which determine the successful concentration or focus of our attention on a single painting when we view it in public. He says the first thing we should consider is the lighting and claims that the natural sunlight and artificial light sources differ in intensity. Daylight is generally less bright and goes well with ‘cool…

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  • Art Analysis: The Japanese Bridge 1923 Art

    The Japanese Bridge 1923 artwork reminds me of some of kandinsky’s work but in a much looser and less geometric way. It has a very unique style of brush work that draws the viewer in and brings us into a much more ethereal and flowing mindset and mental landscape. This piece is different from the others by Monet we have seen in class in that is has a much less focused and planned color scheme (or at least appears unplanned on the surface). This is almost certainly due to the cataract symptoms…

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  • The Parc Monceau

    The artwork The Parc Monceau made in 1878 by Claude Monet is an oil on canvas painting. The painting is 28 5/8 inches horizontally by 21 3/8 inches vertically. I discovered this piece of art online through the Metropolitan Museum of Art website located in New York, New York, along with many other of his art pieces, but this one I appreciated the most. The Parc Monceau is a representational and figurative painting because it depicts scenery we see in real life as well as people just slightly…

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