Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

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  • The Importance Of Moral And Spiritual Choices

    Human beings having an absolute free will to choose their moral and spiritual path were taught by Pico della Mirandola. I do not agree with what Pico della Mirandola had taught because human beings do not have absolute free will to choose their moral and spiritual path. Pico della Mirandola once said “therefore, every human being has absolute freedom to choose whatever place in the “great chain of being” he or she may choose.” By saying “great chain of being” Pico della Mirandola is using that…

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  • Lao Tzu's Analysis

    Throughout the course of Cultural Perspectives, many texts and authors who have contributed to the Great Conversation have been discussed. Ultimately, each author is attempting to find his or her summum bonum or “highest good.” Although each author has a different definition of summum bonum, the majority agrees on the method required to attain the highest good: balance. Whether that balance be implicitly or explicitly accredited for the summum bonum differs for each author. Lao Tzu’s thoughts…

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  • Hamlet Humanist Ideals

    The European Renaissance and Reformation was a pivotal time in history; numerous artists and thinkers from that time had created a new set of ideals that shaped the works of playwrights and poets. The new set of ideals were created by Humanist philosophers and were vastly different from the Medieval and Deterministic ideals that were previously popular. Medieval and Deterministic ideals coincided with the ideas that man was the scum of the Earth and that man would never amount to anything. Man…

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  • The Importance Of Renaissance Humanism

    Beginning in the 14th century and extending to the 17th was the Renaissance period, which was a movement that happened in Europe according to the production of literature and art. The word Renaissance itself means the rebirth of visualizing art, architecture, politics, science, literature, in one word, culture. This movement started in Italy and later showed itself all over Europe. From this period of time a lot of artistes appear with great artwork growing the perspective of this movement. Jan…

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  • Memorial To James Analysis

    Museum makes the same point. Basking in the grand display of passion that many pieces radiated while they are displayed in the Chrysler Museum the Memorial to James, First Earl Stanhope seemed to have the most personality. The Italian artist Giovanni Battista Pittoni is considered to be a wonderful artist by the general public who are lucky enough to view his works in museums…

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  • Met Architecture Analysis

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, or the Met, is the most famous museum in New York City, and the largest museum in North America. The Met also owns a museum in far Upper Manhattan called “The Cloisters”, which predominantly showcases various forms of art from the medieval period. Although, I will be talking about the main Met compound located at 1000 Fifth Avenue. The Met’s permanent collection is comprised of art from an expansive range of culture and various time periods within said cultures.…

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