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    Holmes’s “Miraculous Images in Renaissance Florence” examines many of the ramifications of materiality. The materiality, an image’s physical properties, has direct impacts on the expression and popularity of immagini miracolose. These sacred images are subjects of miracles throughout the late 13th to 16th centuries. Two of the most important ramifications of materiality include the accessibility of the religious images and manifestation of the miracles. In this essay, I will explain how the physical properties of immagini miracolose create an approachable atmosphere to religious figures for the common people and how the physical properties directly influence the ways in which miracles manifest. By framing these…

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    This image shows Mother Mary talking to her Mother St.Anne. I love this image because as an religious kid, this photograph demonstrates my love for my religion. The quality I like best about this photo is how I edited it. I loved the way I kept the background the same yet I lighten up Mary and St.Anne. The one and only thing I would do differently would be to experiment with the contrast and the brightness a little more or even try this photo in black and white. I had no trouble at all taking…

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    This image represented the most typical portraits of the grand siccle in the French court. In his period, Charles le brun created a new genre of painting as an artist which he named the state portrait. This image is an example of a state portrait which showed how the artist was endowned with artistic skills. The artists of this period painted without using any particular setting or apparatus but this image brought the beauty which was highly desirable for a great artist of this age. Largilliere…

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    as being technically beautiful as well as arguing that he uses photography to push our popular perceptions of sexuality and fine art. The first conflict that Robert Mapplethorpe faced was the age of photography itself. Photography has not been around for very long. In fact, it was not fully considered or recognized an art form throughout the 19th century do to it being the most mechanical (not to mention newest) of mediums. Liz Wells acknowledges this argument, stating, “Central to the…

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    are not a part of the dominant group deal with red-lining, which discriminates within the housing department. With red-lining those who are discriminating against do not receive housing. 5. They live in neighborhoods that have better protection and a better connection with the police. They believe that the police are there to protect them, unlike minorities. 1.8) If you were involved with organized religion as a child, have your ideas about religion changed? If so, how have your ideas of…

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    This is evident when viewing John Everett Millais’s Ophelia. Photography also impacted people’s everyday lives. According to Jonathan Crary, to understand the photography effect, “one must see it as a crucial component of a new cultural economy of value and exchange” (Techniques of the Observer). The introduction of photography initiated many fundamental changes in society that had a domino effect. For example, the invention and development of photography greatly impacted the methods through…

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    talking about the rhetorical aspect of images, people are usually unaware of the potential power that a photograph has to convince someone. However, images such as those of veterans meeting their relatives in tears use emotional appeal to convince their viewers so those viewers are far more likely to agree with the message behind the photo. What makes those images so powerful? And why does it matter that those images have such power? While photographs may seem harmless, it can be used to trick…

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    Richard Learoyd was born in England in 1966 and he is currently living and working in London. He’s method is camera Obscura. He creates life size images in he’s own built camera and makes unique images. Flamingo 3 is a really beautiful photograph, with a soft and strong view. The colors are so bright. The concept of the image, from my point of view, a flamingo caught from freedom. To be honest, at the beginning I didn’t see that the flamingo was dead, and until this day, I still choose to not…

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    Aspect Of Storytelling

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    The first aspect that can be analyzed is the framing of the picture. Looking at the picture it is clear that the camera was pointing down and the photographer was above me. This raises the question, “How did I get down to the waterfall?” The viewer may think I am standing off a pathway somewhere or may think I actually hiked into a remote area. The element of lighting and color is also important to analyze.The image photographed is bright implying that it was taken in the middle of the day. All…

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    Textual Analysis Of Art

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    significance for people to try and isolate some meaning out of the artistic features. Apparently, analyzing the images proves the only way to extract meaning from these pictures some of which become complex to understand. However, close view of the pictures allows a person to isolate its subtle…

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