Emily Dickinson Museum

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  • Audio Guide

    There is a tendency in museums to see the audio guide as an old fashion, or outdated technology. In September 2013, the Metropolitan Museum of Art responded to these preconceived notions and launched a new audio guide. Museum’s have traditionally thought of audio guides as a product that visitors can carry with them to enhance their visit, rather than a important role in visitor experience. As advertised on their website, the audio guides serve as away to enhance the visitor experience; “Get…

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  • Difference Between Tempera And Oil Painting

    Tempera vs. Oil Painting One of the oldest mediums that were used commonly by the artists were tempera and oil paint. Although these materials are used to paint very photo-realistic images, they have many differences. Tempera is mostly used to create a very opaque painting that needs to be made fairly quickly. This painting medium is consists of colored pigments mixed with a binding agent, an egg yolk. Tempera is an incredibly fast drying material and acts as an extremely long lasting method of…

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  • Definition Of Creativity In The Composition Of Everyday Life By Vincent Van Gogh

    relations with the other patients for fear of falling ill again”(“Visit the Museum”). This expressed how he gets attacked and he does not care about curing the fear it causes but to work harder on his art to prove everyone wrong that did not believe in or disagreed with him. Van Gogh regretted how earlier in his life he did not think this way because he “was cowardly and drunk - ill too, but I wasn’t brave”(“Visit the Museum”). But, at the time of him writing these letters he was able to endure…

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  • Painting Analysis: Madame Charpentier And Her Children

    INTRODUCTION – thesis statement (1 paragraph) This is the Oil on canvas painting that called Madame Charpentier and Her Children in 1878 By Pierre Auguste Renoir. The size is 153.7 X 190.2cm and kept in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. How is ________ the pivotal point towards his successful career as an artist? BODY 1 - Describe piece (1 paragraph) In this painting, there are 3 main character. Which are Madame Charpentier and her daughters. There is a dog on the left bottom corner lying on…

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  • Vincent Van Gogh As A Role Model

    “I put my heart and soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.” This is one of many quotes made by Vincent Van Gogh, a famous artist from the 1800’s. He loved to paint, he believed painting and being an artist was his destiny; his calling. But sadly, he developed many mental and a few physical problems while fulfilling his destiny, thus why he lost his mind. But, he was not completely alone when these disorders happened, he had his brother, Theo, to help him. Theo encouraged…

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  • Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night Analysis

    Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh (1889) Vincent Van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853 and was a post- impressionist painter whose work was known for emotions, beauty and color (Bio.com). Vincent Van Gogh’s painting, Starry Night (1889) (Figure1) highly influenced the 20th century (Bio.com). Van Gogh lived a life of struggle and grew up poor and his work was not known throughout his entire lifetime but after his death became iconic (Bio.com). Van Gogh developed his love for painting from his…

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  • Battle Of The Bastards Analysis

    Let’s get this out of the way right up front: the Second Battle of Winterfell, the titular Battle of the Bastards, does for medieval and fantasy warfare what Steven Spielberg did for World War II cinema in Saving Private Ryan. The intensity of the battle, the intimacy, the choice to stay in narrow focus on Jon Snow in the midst of chaos during an extended long-shot, all worked together to create an experience that had me not only on the edge of my seat, but holding my breath as I watched. But…

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  • Beatrice Coron Art Analysis

    This art work took three weeks to cut, and was specially made for the museum. It consists of two panels thirteen ft. high, and it was installed on two different floors of the museum. She said that she gave it the name of “Heavens and Hells” because she was thinking about various philosophers’ concepts. Such concepts were about free will and human responsibility. This artwork…

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  • Fashion And Culture Analysis

    Every May the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City holds a fund raiser called the Met Gala, hosted by fashion editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour. At this event, the Met’s Costume Institute creates an exhibition of groundbreaking fashion and invites the biggest name in fashion and art. Since 2010, this spectacle has become one of the most publicized events in the industry, but still, the organizers struggle with the perceived legitimacy of fashion design in the world of art. The Costume…

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  • 20th Century Literature: Poem Analysis

    During the 20th century, poetry changed what the idea of what was proper poetry. One of the main focuses during this time while writing poetry was imagery. Imagery is using ones words to paint a picture for the reader in great deal of detail. There were many poets and authors during this time that used imagery as a main focus point in their literary works. Some of the authors during this time were William Carlos Williams, Amy Lowell and Carl Sandburg. Using imagery, the authors that will be…

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