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  • Neoclassical Architecture

    - I have selected Neoclassical architecture to be the inspiration of my artwork, which stemmed from the Neoclassical art period, and the beginning of neoclassical art was witnessed in the middle of the 18th century, and as of the literal definition of the word, it means revival of the old past which in this case was the classical art. In addition to most art periods of that time it was centralized in Europe but the Neoclassical period spread around the world as a global art movement. This also marked a time in art history when artists began to imitate Greek and Roman antiquity , which fueled artistic fascination and curiosity for antiquity, and artists began to use this new knowledge of the past in their art, creating their own “new” classical…

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  • What Is Apollo And Diana Attack The Queen Of Thebes?

    Jacques-Louis David, a French painter during the neoclassical art period, began his art career painting a few mythology figures and narratives and then later on became an active supporter of the French Revolution therefore influenced the stories for which he depicted in his paintings. In this essay, I will analyze the formal qualities or elements of art such as color, implied motion, and space used as well to analyze the historical/religious context of one of his early paintings before the big…

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  • Case Study: The Telecom Building, Wellington

    Building, Wellington I have chosen the (Old) Telecom Building in Wellington as my study of Wellington buildings. The reason why I have made this selection is because of my curiosity. The way this building appeals to me and attracts me in is its strange green façade exterior, hooked my eyes every time I walk pass Manners Street. The Telecom Building is located at 13 – 27 Manners Street, Te Aro, Wellington. After a quick online search, it was very easy to find out that the building was designed…

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  • Robert Adam's Influence On Palladian Neoclassicism

    Robert Adam was one of the most important British architects, he transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style, his main force was the harmony between his design elements that extended beyond architecture and interiors to include both the fixed and moveable objects, his style was influenced by classical designs but he coupled this with his study of other styles such as the Italian Renaissance and didn’t follow them strictly the way Palladianism did.…

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  • Art Deco

    you the most and why? List designers and examples of works to justify your response. The style that speaks the most to me is Modernism. I like the modern architecture because it is a reflection of the great technical innovations that began to appear in the nineteenth century. Materials such as steel and concrete give architects unreleased possibilities of creation, which makes the style completely unlike anything have seen. What best characterizes and makes me like modern architecture is the…

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  • The Hard Core Of The Neoclassical Economic Theory

    The hard-core of neoclassical economic theory has been criticized, it constructed a protective belt that helped adjusts the main ideas. The protective belt theory includes environmental economics that help keeps the strong core of neoclassical economics. It explains the hard-core of the neoclassical economic research program and protects it from negative heuristic attacks. Environment economic seeks to find how the environmental impacts the economy, which leads to the decisions rational people…

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  • Differences Between Long Run And Short Run Vs. Pure Competition

    There are several ways that the long run differs from the short run in pure competition. First of all, pure competition is defined by involving a very large number of firms producing a standardized product, for example, corn, where each producer’s output is nearly identical to that of every other producer. Also, pure competition allows new firms to enter or exit the industry very easily. During the process of pure competition, the short run allows the industry to repose towards a specific…

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  • Henry Hobson Richardson: The Revival Of Ancient Architecture

    it resulted in the world changing at a high pace. So, the people started to desire a simpler, and a more stable time. That’s when the revival of ancient architecture started to form. Each type of revival style was associated with a specific architect, for instance, A.W.N. Pugin was England’s leading Gothic revivalist. The revivals of the ancient architecture influenced the architectural designs of many architects of the time. Two of the most noted architects in the nineteenth century who were…

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  • Art And Craft Of The Machine Analysis

    visionary article, expressing his philosophy on 'the machine', how it can be used, studying the misuse of ‘the machine' in architecture and art; supporting his points with historical events and art movements. Wright's report reviews movements and historical events such as the Renaissance, the Gutenberg press, classical antiquity, industrial revolution, neoclassicism, the machine era and Arts and Crafts movement. Wright, being the zealot of watching for the budding of art…

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  • Analysis: Experienced Utility And Objective Happiness

    1. In his paper “Experienced Utility and Objective Happiness: A Moment-Based Approach”, Daniel Kahneman analyses the concept of experienced utility and proposes that it can be most effectively measured by “moment-based methods that assess the experiences of the present” (2). First proposed by Bentham (1789), experienced utility refers to the experiences of pleasure and pain. Moment-based approaches derive these feelings of pain and pleasure from real-time measures. Extrapolating from this,…

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