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  • Analysis Of Edward Hopper's Room In Brooklyn

    Edward Hopper is a famous American realist painter, who was able to express the feelings and sentiments of everyday life in his oil on canvas art. Hence, Room in Brooklyn (1932) showcases what life was like for many Americans during the Great Depression by means of a solitary female figure. At first glance, one depicts a woman, sitting with her back turned towards the viewer and overlooking a tall red brick building through a glass window. The woman, who has short black hair, is seated in a…

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  • Frida Kahlo: Her Passion And Her Pain

    Frida Kahlo: Her Passion and Her Pain The exhibit at the Fresno Art Museum is not one that is primarily a showcase of Frida Kahlo’s art. “Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray,” is a rare glimpse into the life of the Mexican artist who painted colorful and emotional depictions of her life. Her passion and pain are resonated throughout the photographs of her paintings, personal correspondence written between her lover and friend, Nickolas Muray and herself, and the photographs that…

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  • Self Portrait Between The Borderline Of Mexico By Frida Kahlo Analysis

    A picture can say a thousand words. Frida Kahlo’s 1932 painting Self Portrait Between the Borderline of Mexico and the United States is thought provoking and captivating in the stark contrast between how two cultures are seen from varying perspectives. Kahlo is a renowned painter whose art is a significant part of Mexican culture and is powerful enough to remain relevant for over 80 years, her legacy influencing 2nd wave feminism and current political movements. Appropriate to the title of this…

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  • It's Because We Re So Poor Literary Analysis

    The United States prides itself being open to all and a “mixing pot” for different kinds of people which influences the progressive culture of the nation. The nation is constantly striving to be politically correct and stand up for what is right. When the public of the United States sees something wrong, rallies in support of the cause come out strong. Although this culture in a country is great for the future success, it may have the possibility to construe history. In movies, the words “based…

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  • Luther Burbank Analysis

    of Luther Burbank by Frida Kahlo, is a painting of oil and Masonite created during 1931, this portrait was inspired in the scientist and horticulturist Luther Burbank whom Kahlo represented as one of his own experiments. This Frida Kahlo’s painting shows a man whose feet are a tree trunk and its roots wind through a skeleton under the ground that as stated by Frida Kahlo is Luther Burbank. The Portrait of Luther Burbank interprets one of the most representative styles of Frida Kahlo’s works "the…

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  • A Summary Of Frida's Monkeys

    styled in her signature indigenous fashion. This bond with nature is reinforced by the curves of her monkey’s arm that embrace her neck, the root-like ribbon slung around the monkey (which she used as a symbol for life-lines), the bone-like necklace Frida wears, and the green ribbon woven so skillfully into her hair that she becomes a part of the leaves” ( Ortega,J.,L.2014). All the forms in this painting are smooth and given special observation to details. Fine…

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  • Jing-Mei's Culture In Two Kinds By Amy Tan

    In the story Two Kinds by Amy Tan, the culture is being represented by Jing-Mei and her mother. Evidence supporting this is the conflict going on between her and her mother in the story is around her culture, and how her mother wants her to grow up. This can include moment in the story including when her mother wanted her to work constantly on things she doesn’t have interest in, or when she started doing her piano lessons with Mr. Chang. Although the conflict shows her mother trying to do…

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  • Two Kinds By Amy Tan Character Analysis

    affected by many things. Certain people’s lifestyle, childhood, and/or their neighborhood can make a big impact on the way that person view certain perspectives in the world. The stories “Two Kinds”, “By Any Other Name”, “Legal Alien”, “Biography of Frida Kahlo”, and “An Indian Father’s Plea” all give examples on how someone’s culture plays a major role in how they view other people and the world. (Joseph Briscoe) In Amy Tan’s novel “Two Kinds” the inquisitive nationalized young chinese girl is…

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  • Kafka And Ayn Rand: A Literary Analysis

    artists alike have their own cultural identity, usually deeper, meaningful, and especially personal. These artists show hints of it in their works of art and viewers would never realize it, so how do they do it? A few prolific artists are Ayn Rand, Frida Kahlo, and Franz Kafka. Rand; a philosopher and fictional writer who wrote about her philosophies over objectivism and individualism. Kahlo expressed her cultural identity through provoking and meaningful paintings and self portraits of herself.…

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  • Frida's Portrait Where Her Husband Diego Riv-Iera

    The analyzed portrait was painted by Frida in the time, where her husband Diego Riv- iera (Portrait on on the forehead) had an in- famous affair with Maria Felix (a film star). Maria was also a good friend of Frida and always thought that Frida would joke about her husbands affair like she did with all his other stupidities. However, as this affair was a public scandal, this paintings reveals her true emotions. The Painting was ordered by Frida’s two married friends (Florence Arquin & Sam…

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