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  • Art Analysis: Umberto Boccioni's Art Style

    Boccioni was a painter for much of his short career. While on one of his trips to Paris, he was apprehended with the idea of infusing sculpture with the modernity of Futurism. In 1912 he published his Futurist Painting Sculpture: Plastic Dynamism (Pittura scultura Futuriste: Dinamismo Plastico), and then the next year (1913) he revealed his masterpiece Unique Forms of Continuity in Space. Works Cited…

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  • The Woman With A Veil Analysis

    The painting is a intricate portrait of a woman by Renaissance artist Rafael Sanzio. The woman shares many similarities to the woman in many of Raphael’s other paintings and almost seem to be the same person. The painting has a lifelike feel not only because of her warm, yet, captivating eyes, but, because of the intricate detail in her attire. His way of accentuating each and every detailed crease, the perfect contrast of light which not only shows the detail of her dress, but, adds the…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci And Young Analysis

    similar but different artforms, styles, subject matters, and techniques. Da Vinci painted an oil portrait painting of Ginevra de Benci in Florence, Italy 1474 to possibly commemorate her young marriage to her husband at the age of 16. Young’s semi-abstract entry in the Archibald prize is an Acrylic and rosewater on ply portrait of Torah Bright, a champion Australian Snowboarder. Although these paintings are two very different styles (da Vinci – Traditional, Realistic; Young – Stylised, semi –…

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  • Tintoretto The Last Supper Analysis

    of the ghostly angels above. The painting shows a dominant characteristic of Tintoretto’s, the recession of the table cutting the picture and creating an illusion of rapid spatial movement (Adams 374). This use of dramatic perspective was mixed with the unusual artistic device of the ‘exploding center’ (Murray et al 608). The focal point of this image, Jesus and his halo, appear as a sort of explosion in the receding calmness of the rest of the image. The painting is dominated by darkness, the…

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  • Johannes Stotter Body Painting Analysis

    in a band. Johannes studies education and philosophy at the University of Innsbruck in Austria. Johannes attends many social projects where he combines his music with his art work. Johannes also develops his work without reference to other body painting artists or their work. in 2009 Johannes also secured a place for himself at the international bodypainting Festival in Austria and he took part for his first time. The following years Johannes received many awards like, winner of the North…

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  • Raphael The Three Graces. Madonna Barolmmeo

    Raphael was in Florence, he was admiring many artists, such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and also Fra Bartolmmeo. He combined all the techniques and skills that he has earned and made it into his own personal design. During this period, his paintings were La Madonna del Granduca, Madonna del Giardino, Holy Family with the…

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  • Bedroom Observation Essay

    May I remind you that this is not a good thing for a seven year old to be doing. I was thinking about what I should do, and it came to me. I wanted to make a colorful painting! I ran upstairs and asked my older sister if she wanted to help me with the painting, and she replied with a very rough tone, “No, I don’t feel like painting right now.” I wasn’t surprised she said no. So, I asked her if I could use some of her make-up and paint instead. She said yes, without looking up from the book that…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci Biography Essay

    Biography, 2nd ed. 17 Vols. Gale Research, 1998. BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was an Italian painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. He was one of the greatest minds of the Italian Renaissance, and his influence on the painting of the following generations was enormous. Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452, near the village of Vinci about 25 miles west of Florence. He was the illegitimate son of Ser Piero da Vinci, a prominent notary of Florence, who…

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  • Pablo Picasso Guernica Analysis

    The famous very dark painting that shows pain and chaos on innocent civilians. Picasso was working on a mural for the Paris Exhibition that was to be held in the summer of 1937.This lead to the Spanish Civil war lasted from 1936-1939 which was seen as an anti-war. Picasso discontinued his idea of that mural on May 1st, 1937 so that he could be working on the painting Guernica. He did this because of the bombing that happen in his country. Throughout the painting created a atmosphere of the…

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  • Watercolor Colors Analysis

    Watercolor Shapes in Fourth Grade Cubism and almost anything abstracted from reality is my favorite thing in art and in my opinion shows creativity. When I was back in elementary school I always dreaded art assignments or activities that required precision and rigid step by step directions. Blame it on my caregiver 's permissive parenting style but, I liked to do things independently. Following teacher’s direction in art, frustrated me when the final product didn 't look exactly like the…

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