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    Greek Art History

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    Learning about the history of art through chapters 4 to 7 has opened my mind to a better understanding of cultural arts. It can be expressed through many different cultures around the world. I have not only learned that the idea of art had started out in prehistoric Western Europe, but also started to spread out in different parts of the world like, Mesopotamia, Jericho, Ur, Babylon, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and many other regions around the globe. Each place went through different eras, periods, or dynasties as the history of the arts was expanding. Indeed, I will write about the Ancient Near East, Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Art of Ancient Greece. In fact, each region has their own individual history in artwork. In this journal, my interests about each chapter will be expressing about what I have learned this week. In chapter four, I was intrigued to know that the Neolithic Era was the time where its culture had developed 4,000 years earlier in the Near East. During that time, nomadic hunting and gathering had changed to animal gathering…

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    Paleolithic Art History

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    Art History 1 Singh, Satendra Satyam Writing Assignment 1, Topic 1 Looking through the history of depiction of human figure yields several similarities and differences in the development of depicting the human form throughout the art represented from the Ancient Near East, Egypt, Aegean, and Greek cultures. Humans throughout the ages have been depicted time and time again; these representations share several similarities and differences. The people of the Paleolithic Ages survived through a…

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    Visual Arts History

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    Major Art history and visual arts 1. What aspect of the Columbia community, outside of the classroom, would you most want to impact and why? (150 words or less) I want to get involved in the Columbia University Badminton Club. As the president of the Badminton Club in my high school myself, the club won the award for the Best Club; badminton is always the sport I have great passion for. Columbia has a well-developed badminton club with weekly exercise and professional games. If I can get in…

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    Tattoo Art History

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    Tattooing is an art that has always been under construction. Although it been a contributing part of counterculture, tattooing has also contributed to art history in more ways than one. Once seen as a permanent marking for bikers, criminals, and rejected groups of society has now become a form of expression for everyone ages 18 and above. In America, native american tribes used it as a representation of their cultures and later on sailors and soldiers used tattoos to show where they had been and…

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    Chinese Painting The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History says that Chinese painting intergrades poetry, painting and calligraphy. This connects the characteristics of the poet and the painter. The oriental creator is the philosopher of the art, that his art is the creation he makes. The painter and poet together are symbolic due to combining into one person. Materials in Chinese art depend on the type of art that is being created. There are two types of brushes. According to the ThoughtCo, you…

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    Beginning my junior year of high school, I had enrolled in an AP Art History class in hopes of gaining college course experience and credit. Though at first intimidated by the extensive lectures, readings, and writing the class demanded I then started to enjoy the curriculum being taught. The teacher taught the course with what seemed like infectious enthusiasm to the point where the work seemed less demanding and more fulfilling. My junior year also provided me with the opportunity to travel to…

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    The History Of Pop Art

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    Pop Art was a movement that started out in Britain during the 1950’s and ended at the beginning of the 1970’s. It was a form of art that challenged the traditional views of fine art by placing a new modern spin on things. Pop Art placed modern things and people from that time period into pieces of art that were considered non-traditional. Many artists used household items and celebrities in an abstract way to draw attention to their work. Many believe that in doing so, Pop Art helped to…

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    Bill-zhyad amadou Her name ART 101 13 October 2015 Art History in Real-time Art is a human activity involving the intellect and emotions, which results in the creation of works with aesthetic features. It brings together different areas in constant evolution including sculpture, painting, dance, poetry, cooking, film, printmaking, theater, comics, photography and digital art now. Study the trajectories of digital cultural assets is an entry point to better understand the social data. According…

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    Graffiti Art History

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    Art is something that has kept the city of Philadelphia such a huge tourist attraction. Besides the art museum steps that rocky runs up, and the fact that the Constitution and The Declaration of Independence were signed in the city, art from Philadelphia has had a huge impact on the art world. Graffiti, any writing or drawing that has been scratched or painted onto a wall or surface, usually in a public place, has been a large and long part of the art culture part of the art world in…

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    Culture defines art. According to Webster's dictionary, the definition of culture is the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular group, place, and or time. As time progresses and present becomes past, the ability to preserve a society lies on the capacity to transfer history through tangible forms. Art has the capacity to preserve society and its history; it preserves events and emotions that were once meaningful to an era. Animal symbolism in Chinese and Japanese art as seen in a war…

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