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  • Elements Of Mise En Scaffold Scene

    One of the elements of mise en scène is lighting. Wong Kar Wai uses different types of lighting to express character’s feeling. For example, the first scene starts from Mr.Chow is walking stairs with low-key illumination. The low-key illumination means “ to produce an image where much of the screen is in shadow ” (Stadler and McWilliam 24). In this scene expresses Mr.Chow’s life of emptiness. Another instance is when Mr.Chow and Mrs. Su go to the dark alleys, the light is a low-key illumination,…

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  • Wigs And Human Hair

    hair, animal hair, or synthetic fiber. There are different type of wigs, bangs and fringes, pony tails, hair buns, hair wraps, headbands, falls and half wigs etc. There are different aims to wear wigs, for beauty, for fashion, for status symbol, for art. As for the facial hair, it is kind of hair which grown on face, usually on the chin, cheeks, and upper lip region. Men and women both have it but usually it grown denser and thicker on men.  The wigs were first appeared in Ancient Egypt(c.…

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  • Personal Reflection Paper On Philosophy And Religion

    Worldview: Personal Portfolio Philosophy and Religion: Before Humanities 210, how would you have described the philosophies that influenced your processes for decision making, thinking, and developing preferences? How would you have described your level of conscious choice of and commitment to these philosophies? What helped form or develop the belief in that philosophy? After class discussions, have you had any realizations or made any changes in regards to the philosophies that influences…

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  • Madame Manet Artist's Mother Analysis

    Madame Manet is one of several portraits Édouard Manet painted of his wife. Madame Manet is a 23-7/8 x 20 in. oil painting, that was created between the years 1874-1876 in Paris for George Moore; however, it can now be found in the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California. Also residing at the Norton Simon is Vincent van Gogh’s Portrait of the Artist’s Mother. Van Gogh painted this 16 x 12-3/4 in. image for himself while in Arles, France using oil paints as his medium. Both of these pieces…

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  • Knowledge Vs Religion Essay

    The mind is a complex term that is always changing and forming. It is not easy to define the mind but it can be proven to exist. Throughout the ages the perception of human kind has always changed. It is human nature to change and become a different self but the person always stays the same. Now in the present, the topic of history is presented in almost every school to promote the mistakes done by certain groups of people. The reason this is made is because without knowing the mistakes and…

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  • Gisele Amantea Analysis

    Every form of art contains an aspect of representation, but the exploration of representation as a theme is dependent on each individual piece. Representation is often found as a theme in public art pieces and two public art pieces that masterfully capture this are Gisele Amantea’s Memento (Poodle) and Douglas Coupland’s Golden Tree. Both use the theme of representation in contrasting and harmonious forms while incorporating iconization. Gisele Amantea’s public art installation Memento…

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  • Modernism And Cubism In The 19th Century

    German- speaking countries also developed great art about Modernisms, linking in a more subjective way the Modern to the German society`s concerns. The book mentions “expressionism and futurism are both evidently forms of response to the circumstances of urban modernity: negative and positive undoubtedly”…

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  • How To Describe Your Plaid

    and would like to work as a team. This result is also being used what role employees should be involved in. For instance, Orange person should stick with the job which needs creativity and not limits their boundary such as people working in media, art while gold people tend to follow the rule and responsible for what they take. Otherwise, I can count on the test to know exactly which type of my employees so I can have a strategy how to take advantage of their strength to develop the company. Not…

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  • Art In School

    I believe that art should be presented in school, because it is not something people think that it still exists, for example I believe that if I were to show the creations of art, music,dance, sporting actitivty, or even literature it is important because these topics are something people don’t really pay attention to. I feel like this is not as much demanding in schools as lt was before when I was in elementary school. I have a sister who is in elementary school now, and she has her assignments…

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  • Art Summary: The Unicorn Is Found

    The Unicorn Is Found, is a miraculous tapestry that hangs in The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York. (Stokstad and Cothren). Unfortunately, the place of origin and the artist for this piece is unknown. It is composed of wool, silk, and metal threads, forming this 12-foot by 12-foot textile. This tapestry incorporates many human figures surrounding a simple fountain. The figures carry weaponry and shields, suggesting that these humans are on a hunt. They congregate together behind the…

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