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    Death Of Christus

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    The Timken Museum of art holds the painting Death of the Virgin by Petrus Christus, ca 1460-65 Putnam Foundation, oil on oak, transferred to mahogany (171.1x138.4 cm). There are six different galleries the Italian gallery, the French gallery, the American gallery, the Donna Knox sefton gallery, the Special Exhibition gallery and the Icon gallery. The Italian gallery is pink and the paintings hang from the walls on pink cords. The French gallery is a mirror image of the Italian gallery. The American gallery is a replica of the Italian gallery. Next is the Special Exhibitions gallery which currently has on display Witness to War: Callot, Goya, Bellows. The Icon gallery has green carpeted walls. Some of the pieces hang from the walls on ropes…

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    The Latour d’Auvergne Triptych, also called the Annunciation with Saints and Donors is a three part, wood panel that depicts the Annunciation of the Angel Gabriel to Mary that she is to be the mother of Christ as described in the Gospel of Luke. As a foldable triptych, the art has remained amazingly well preserved without any conservation efforts, however, additional scanning and research had exposed some interesting changes and edits made to the image that are otherwise invisible to the naked…

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    Randolph Rogers and Howard Zinn both have stories of the European colonization of the New World. Rogers tells his story through panels on the Columbus Doors in front of the U.S. Capitol. Each panel on his doors tells a different section of Columbus’ life. Howard Zinn addresses European colonization of the New World in the first chapter of his book, A People’s History of the United States. Although both Rogers and Zinn tell a story of Christopher Columbus, their stories depict contrasting idea.…

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    take on the character of Batman by telling a story, not through panels upon panels of grandiose and outlandish action, fights, and battles, but through a focus on all the small details before and after the action. With this idea present throughout the entire comic, the story of Batman’s return is drawn out with more of a lasting impact; The comic…

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    demonstrates a variety of artistry in order to bring out emotion and emphasis in the plot. Frames, the outline of a panel, and the images inside them, show these emotions through size and detail of the panel. Similar to film, graphic novels can emphasize what the author wants the formalizer, the reader of a graphic novel, to focus on through the viewpoint of the panel. The details also come into play with the distance from the focus point the panel takes place in. As the story of Persepolis…

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    during the Holocaust in his graphic novel, Maus. In the beginning of the Book II of Maus, Spiegelman introduces the aftermath of the critical and commercial success of his graphic novel, as well as personal events that occurred after the publication of Book I (Spiegelman, 201). In the opening panels of Auschwitz: Time Flies, the perspective and portrayal of cartoon Art Spiegelman serve to emphasize Spiegelman’s guilty conscience induced by the success of his graphic novel Maus. Spiegelman’s…

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    middle panel describe a scene that “Athena steps into a chariot”. Facing her was a “nude Herakles” holding bow and club. Right behind the four horses, “Apollo” is holding a lyre. There is a unidentified female figure that missing the head stands right behind the horse withers. At the horse head position, “Hermes holds a caduceus”. At the bottom panel, the design describes the scene of a deer hunt with 3 warriors on the horse and one on foot hunting a stag. In my opinion, the composition…

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    “You are beautiful”. Matthew Hoffman’s piece titled “you are beautiful”. This piece is an biennial panel. Installed at the Elmhurst art museum Illinois. March 2015. “You are beautiful” falls under contemporary art.”You are beautiful” provides people with an opportunity to reflect on our society and the issues that we are going through on a day to day basis.People can relate to this piece.”You are beautiful” is more than just three words.”You are beautiful” is hung at the entrance of the museum…

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    Lines In Graphic Comics

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    It is an essential part of comics as all lines carry a potential expression. The variations of lines from thick, thin, curvy, straight, and such on, which create a theme in each panel as it is used to convey certain forms of emotions. Lines are similar to language as it sends a message to help better depict a story that simple phrases cannot do alone. Lines act as a signifier for the reader to examine these transitions between panels that words alone cannot do. For instances, thickly drawn…

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    given an option on whether or not to kill a French colonel, but he chooses to sacrifice his patriotism and hold off the mission for the sake of his family. Huu Nghiep makes this decision during an action-to-action panel transition which is a transition “featuring a single subject in distinct action-to-action progression” (McCloud 70). This panel is split with an abnormal looking gutter. This gutter is jagged unlike the straight frames in most of the other panels in Vietnamerica, and this…

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