Paul Klee

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  • Paul Klee: An Interpretation Of Reality

    Klee states that “art does not reproduce the visible, it makes visible”. According to my interpretation, Klee is stating that art does not directly copy reality. He says that, instead, art is a creative reinterpretation of reality, and reveals to us things that we may not have known without the use of the work of art. I agree with what Klee has said. I believe that art is not supposed to be a direct copy of reality. Instead, the purpose of art is to be a different perspective of reality that provides us ideas which can enable us to determine truths about the world that we could not have known from our own direct reality (the reality that we individually experience). When trying to determine the purpose of art, one must consider the effect of it. That brings up the question of what truly defines what the artwork is. In my opinion, while the intent of the author is important, the interpretation of the artwork…

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  • Analysis Of Haystack At Giverny By Vassily Kandinsky

    past time turned into becoming an artist and he left the University of Moscow. He participated in many exhibitions including; the Moscow Artists Association in 1905, Salon de Independents in Paris in 1905 and 1914, International Salon in Odessa in 1910, Galerie Hans Goltz in Munich in 1912, Der Sturm in Berlin in 1912, Der Sturm in Berlin in 1912, Karo Bube in Moscow in 1912, Contemporary Painting in Yekalerenoder in 1912, Armory Show in New York in 1913, Kreis fur Kunst in Cologne in 1914,…

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  • The Blue Rider Kandinsky Analysis

    Describing the artwork Title: The blue rider – 1903 Artist: Kandinsky Date: 1903 Medium: Oil on cardboard Size: 55 x 65 cm Created: the blue rider (German expression) - The artwork to be analysed in this essay is blue rider by Kandinsky, it was created by using oil on cardboard in 1903. - Created in a German expression style this artwork depicts landscape. - Kandinsky has selected to place the main subject in the right hand side. Analyse the technique used - The blue rider has been…

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  • Mr Kandinsky Essay

    The Life of Mr. Kandinsky Wassily (or Vassily) Kandinsky was born to his mother Lidia Ticheeva and father Vasily Kandinsky on December 16, 1866 in Moscow, Russia and at the age of five him and his family moved to Odessa. Kandinsky was educated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany. He is best known for his abstract paintings and was part of the expressionism and abstract art movement in his lifetime. Kandinsky did not, however, just create art. As a young boy, he learned to play the…

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  • William Blake And Paul Klee Comparison

    Andy Warhol, Paul Klee and William Blake are amongst the best artists and illustrators that ever lived. In this essay I will talk about I will talk about several works from these artists and illustrators. There were two of William Blake’s illustration that I found interesting as I have never seen something like it before. Blake writes and illustrates his own poems. Both illustrations seen here incorporate the poems within them and in a way interact with the text. One can notice that these…

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  • Analysis Of Looking Forward By Wassily Kandinsky

    Looking Forward by Looking Back Composito IV, created by Wassily Kandinsky in 1911 is a vortex of swirling colors and thick black lines. The painting measures in at 62 7/8 x 98 5/8 inches. Looking closer at it I see that the paint is oil based which adds dimension and texture to it. I feel the weightiness of this painting. I sense the emotion, the expectations, and the memories that fill this piece. Kandinsky’s use of two heavy, black vertical lines separates the piece into to sections. On…

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  • Wassily Kandinsky Analysis

    Wassily Kandinsky Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow, Russia on December 16, 1866. He grew up in the Odessa, Russia. Growing up he was able to enjoy music and learned to play the piano and the cello. He also took art lessons, where his love for colors began. Both music and colors would have a impact on his art later in life. Kandinsky went to college and became a law teacher in order to fulfill his parents wishes. When he was thirty, he decided to change careers and become a full time…

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  • Analysis Of Concerning The Spiritual In Art By Kandinsky

    The basic tenets of materialism and abstraction often clash against one another. Materialism, after all, results in “shapeless, [describable] emotions such as fear and joy,” while abstraction encompasses those “inner, subtler feelings…beyond the reach of words” (Section I, Paragraph 4). These contrasting depths of emotion give rise to the potent tension between materialism and abstraction in Section VI, Paragraph 18 of Kandinsky’s essay “Concerning the Spiritual in Art.” Here, Kandinsky comments…

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  • Bob Galvin And Motorola Case Study Summary

    will conclude with recommendations and an implementation plan outlined by the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The History of Motorola “The company was founded by Paul V. Galvin in 1928 as the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation, in Chicago, Illinois. Its first product was a "battery eliminator," allowing consumers to operate radios directly from household current instead of the batteries supplied with early models” (Motorola, 2016). Bob Gavin, the current CEO, is the son of Paul Gavin. The…

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  • Romans 1-8 Summary

    Romans 1-8 was written by the Apostle Paul, between the years of 56-57 A.D. During the book of Romans chapters 1-8, there are several topics covered; to include The Natural World, Human Identity, Human Relationships, and Culture. Paul’s word inspired numerous of believers to understand the true fundamentals and foundations of the Christian faith by informing them salvation is obtained through faith in God. “Paul teaches about the sinful nature of all men in the eyes of God, justification by…

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