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  • Definition Essay: Why Beyonce Is Beautiful

    the regular painter where you use paint and a brush. This type of art is very important because they say a picture can say 1,000 words. That’s special what you feel that a picture is saying someone may view it differently but it’s your opinion so you can’t be wrong. These types of art can benefit you personally because you can truly love a picture so much and connect with what you feel that the picture is saying. This type of art can be physical because you can touch the pictures. You feel the…

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  • Chuck Baird: Deaf American Painters

    painter and performer. He was born deaf in Kansas City, along with his 3 older sisters. He was born in February 22, 1947. He opened an aesthetic of deaf culture in which visual art converts a deaf worldview. His career spanned over 35 years, and included painting, sculpting, acting, storytelling, and teaching. He received his art education from Mrs. Grace Bilger, a renowned watercolorist and graduated in 1967. He enrolled at Gallaudet University but then transferred to the Rochester Institute of…

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  • Analysis Of The Floor Scrappers By Gustave Caillebotte

    The floor scrapers is an oil painting that was done by Gustave Caillebotte, who was a French Impressionist. The painting measures 40.2 inches by 57.7 inches or 102 by 146.5 centimeters. In the year 1894, the Caillebotte’s family originally gave the painting to Muse du Luxembourg where in was later moved to Muse d’Orsay in Paris in the year 1986. This paper aims at doing thorough conceptual analysis on the painting named “The Floor Scrappers” by Gustave Caillebotte. The young painter…

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  • Jackson Pollock No. 22 Analysis

    In the Philadelphia Museum of Art there is a masterpiece titled No. 22 by Jackson Pollock, who is known for his unique style of drip painting. He was a pioneering, influential painter in the abstract expressionist movement (Seed). Art critics usually regard Pollock’s works as images of chaos, lacking a rigid structure and harmony (Chave 100). In No. 22, Pollock employed his usual manner of pouring and dripping paints on canvas. As Chave pointed out in her essay, “there is no center in his…

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  • Art Therapy In Psychiatric Treatment

    The Therapy of Arts Orthodox medicine and therapy have been the mainstream of all psychiatric treatment. While upon researching I found out about a new approach and form of therapeutic treatment. Art therapy is the new approach to therapeutic treatment for psychiatric disorders, emotional problems or physical disorders or illness. This type of therapy involves people using an expressively creative outlet involving forms of art. Art Therapy in comparison to medication and therapy is successful…

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  • Diego Rivera Research Paper

    Diego Rivera full name is’’ Diego María de la Concepción’’ he was born in december 8 1886 in Guanajuato ,México Diego Rivera was a very famous painter. He was mostly know for his political painting in murals, He’s also known for the affair that he had with her lover Frida Kahlo . Diego rivera participated in the mexican mural movement. He did a lot of painting and some of then were about presidents etc . Diego Rivera’s work was at a modern museum in new York. Diego rivera died in November…

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  • Summary And Response To An Introduction To Art By Charles Harrison

    Summary and Response to “What is ‘Art’? Part 1” In the section “What is ‘Art’? Part 1” of the book An Introduction to Art, Charles Harrison explores the birth of art in human history and discusses how we define and differentiate artistic creations from other things. He uses a hand axe which was made around six hundred thousand years ago as an example to demonstrate that humanity’s creativity does date back to ancient times and what he calls as ‘aesthetic sense’ was already developed in…

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  • William Hogarth

    most influential time periods ever in terms of art. During this time artists from all over the world were entering a period of enlightenment and creating pieces that explored subjects and themes usually left untouched. One of the more prominent figures to come out of this revolution was an artist by the name of William Hogarth. Hogarth is often seen as the father of what we know today as comics. He laid the foundation for the satirical genre of art and allowed artists to depict the actuality of…

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  • Pop Art: Andy Warhol And Roy Lichtenstein

    In the 1960’s an art movement known as Pop Art had begun. Pop art was meant to be simple to aid the audience in creating their own interpretations of the pieces. Two of the leading artists were Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Warhol was a fan of women, unlike Warhol, Lichtenstein was inspired by culture; their paintings are both Pop Art but they are different because Warhol’s paintings are mostly of women and Lichtenstein’s are of famous cartoon characters. Warhol and Lichtenstein were both…

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  • Andy Warhol Influence On Fashion

    consumerist culture, Pop art created a revolutionary cultural shift in the way art was fashioned and enjoyed. The movement is still rife in our society today as it continues to influence the carnival of consumption and the thousands of marketing messages our minds witness every single day. Andy Warhol is a household name when it comes to the movement. He is widely recognised for his bold celebrations of the celebrity and branding obsessed world we live in today. Fashion and Art are two markets…

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