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  • Mithila Painting Analysis

    MITHILA PAINTING N.Tondonsana Singh Abstract The essay of Mithila or Madhubani painting deals with the history and different stages of painting, the empowerment of women in the society. Mithila painting is an art of painting which was discovered during natural disaster earthquake of 1934 in Bihar by British colonial officer in Madhubani district. This are the famous painting on paper, cloth, readymade garments, movable object etc. The madhubani district has been acquired international recognition on painting like floor and wall painting. In late 1960s second natural disaster took place again, the women of the village around Madhubani District to transfer their wall painting to paper as an income of the family. Women of different castes…

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  • Titian's Salvatore Danae Summary

    Daniela Bohde. He argues that the unique techniques of Titian’s painting are considered significant in the history of art which links correspondence with figure or narrative he represented in his painting. The article focus on developed a close analysis of two painting from Titian Annunication; Danae and the shower of gold in Naples in terms of the subject matter and human body in correlation with the way he handles paint and the unique painting skill in this two painting. In the Renaissance…

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  • Post Impressionism In Art

    The earlier art period; Impressionism is a distinctive time in art history that took place from 1870-1890. Artists during this period focused on ordinary subjects and objects found in nature. They paid close attention to optical effects, and how the light reflected off their subjects during different times of the day. Painters during this period were known as “Impressionist’s”. Characteristics of Style An impressionist painting is identified by the characteristics of small, thin yet, visible…

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  • American Art Vs European Art

    of and by art, for instance, all around us we see paintings, architecture, sculpture, fashion, and even technology. However what is art really? How did it become such a big part of our lives? And what would our lives be without it? This research is to find out not only the answers to those questions, but to also dive deeper into art and its history. To find out about the history of art in the United States and Europe how they correlate and how they have impacted the society we live in today. …

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  • Similarities And Differences Between Goya And Tii And The Oath Of The Horatii

    One of the most important aspects of art is continuity and change, in which certain imagery continues to be used across history, or is changed overtime. Art pieces from different time periods can be compared and contrasted with each other, taking into account symbols that have been transformed or are still present in both pieces. Two paintings that show a great amount of continuity and transformations are The Third of May by Francisco Goya, and The Oath of the Horatii. Goya and David’s paintings…

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  • Rene Magritte Invisible World Analysis

    the 20th century. He used very unique and intellectual techniques that not many understood but envied quite so. A vast majority of his paintings hold a mystery that is not the easiest to solve but is pleasing to the human eye. A painting of his that I personally saw at the Menil Collection in Houston, Texas was an oil on canvas painting called The Invisible World. The Invisible World was completed in 1954, thirteen years before Magritte died. The very first thing that anybody sees the moment…

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  • Goodman Brown Allegory

    allegory is a painting or an actual image or painting, having the same impact as the “faith” concept in “Young Goodman Brown” (Hawthorne 1996). Therefore, allegory is the illution of a specific palpable concept by an image or drawing (Whitman 2000,…

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  • Picasso And Braque: Curbism Analysis

    By definition, the term “cubism” is explained as: “an early 20th century style and movement in art, especially painting, in which perspective with a single view point was abandoned and use was made of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes, and later, collage.” Cubism was, in fact, one of the most influential visual art styles of the early twentieth century. While the Spaniard Pablo Picasso (1181-1973) and the Frenchman Georges Braque (1882-1963) created the idea behind cubism, it was the…

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  • Comparism And Post Impressionism

    Impressionism and Post-Impressionism; two artistic periods that have very similar names, yet had very different styles. Impressionism represents the rebellion of artists against the common standards of the time, instead hoping to show the way that light interacts with the subject, especially landscapes (Maylon “Artists by Movement: Impressionism”). On the other, Post-Impressionism built off of the foundation of Impressionism, yet took the building in a completely different direction, using their…

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  • Japanese Culture Diversity

    This document will describe two minority cultural populations living within Washington State, Japanese and Hispanic or Latino, embracing three conventional characteristics, family, arts, and holidays; in addition to similarities and differences, finally, application in the classroom. Japanese Japanese culture is abundant and diverse, dating back to 10,000BC when the Jomon immigrate originally colonized in Japan; it is universally recognized for its traditional arts in addition to its…

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