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  • Jean Michel Basquiat Influence

    were his relationship with famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Madonna. Basquiat was also greatly influenced by personal experiences he had like the car accident he suffered at age 7 and the frequent trips he took to New York art museums with his mother as a child. Another important influence of Basquiat was his love for jazz music which he represents in many of his works. There…

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  • Gustave And Delacroix Analysis

    Gustave Courbet was a man interested in beauty no matter where he found it while Eugène Delacroix focused more on beauty in war and suffering. Both painters used color to enhance the authenticity of the the people in the images. As well as color, the painters used shadowing and it enhanced the mystery and seriousness of the paintings. Gustave and Eugène both painted pictures of characters that were surrounded by backgrounds that either enhanced them or the scene or the image in the back was…

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  • Baroque Style In Early Europe

    Baroque is a tradition representative of Europe art culture style. This word comes from Portuguese ”BARROCO”, which means pearls that not perfect sphere and in the early time it refers to grotesque shape. In addition, “Baroque” means peculiar, strange, and distortive in Italian. Moreover, “Baroque” in French means messy. In the early Europe, it used to describe the work that "lack of classical balance ", which was originally named that advocate of classical art in seventeenth Century is…

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  • Expressionism In Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night

    Starry Night was painted by a post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh in the late 19th century. It is one of Van Gogh’s best known paintings and it is hanged in the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Van Gogh completed more than 2,100 works and he was notable for his beautiful and delicate paintings. The use of color, vehement brushwork and the silhouetted form of his work greatly influenced Expressionism in modern art. One of his greatest artwork, The Starry Night brought him to an opening of…

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  • Analysis Of The Kiss By Gustav Klimt

    Gustav Klimt’s ornate, sensual, and decadent style made him not only the most prominent of the Vienna Secessionists but one of the most beloved artists of all time. In his own time, Kilmt was well known for creating paintings, murals, and sketches. One painting that he was most notable for is called the The Kiss. In this painting, his aesthetic sensibilities are not compared with any other artists because he created art that portrayed themes that include love and feminine beauty of the body. He…

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  • Personal Narrative: Stepping Into My House

    Stepping into my house is very different from stepping into my room, because there are different decorations. Upon entering my house there are many religious pictures, pictures that depict the Mexican culture, and even the aroma is also very distinct from my bedroom. Looking at how some of the old furniture stands out reminds me of when McPhee stated, “I stepped up into a kitchen, and went on into another room that had several overstuffed chairs in it and a porcelain-topped table, where Fred…

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  • Clichy Comparative Analysis

    France was the home of the Impressionist movement, providing a vast array of landscapes, people and lifestyles as inspiration. The famed impressionists used the bustling nightlife of Montmartre, studious industrial areas, and open landscapes of rural France to influence their works. Specifically, Maximilien Luce used the rural province of Brittany in Western France to inspire his work Camaret, Moonlight and Fishing Boats painted in 1894. Brittany was used as inspiration by many impressionists…

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  • Phoenix Art Museum Essay

    The Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix Public Library, and the Phoenix Art Museum have key characteristics that represent the landscape as well as their functionality. It can be said that the design of these buildings are similar and at the same time completely different in the way that they represent the landscape. The Instrument museum was designed by Rich Varda, an award-winning architect. The construction began on February 2008 and the museum opened its doors in April 2010. The Phoenix…

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  • The Large Bathers Analysis

    When viewing Matisse’s Bonhuer de Vivre or Joy of Life as it is best known and Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon it is quite evident that these paintings were influenced by Paul Cezanne’s The Large Bathers. All three of these paintings capture an uncertainty and vagueness in their subject matter and what they are trying to convey. Bonhuer de Vivre by Matisse, was one of the first paintings of its kind. He used such vivid and bright colors to exemplify his subjects along with the imbuing of…

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  • Monet And Van Gogh: The Modern Art Movement

    In the mid-1800’s to the early 1900’s two artists are responsible for the modern art movement these two artists are Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet. These two artists have very distinct style of painting, however, they both helped to shape the direction of painting would go over the following century. Monet and Van Gogh painted their lives on a canvas and in their thoughts and words. Through both of the men’s paintings we can understand the struggle as artists during this time in history. The…

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