Samples "Art"

Art

The impact in the visual arts after both World War I and World War II are distinctive from each other. The era before World War I was the time when the Victorian Age had just ended in England and although Modernism was just beginning World War I was the catalyst...

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The painting that I chose for this assignment does not have a particular name. However, it is very well-known throughout the world, as are many of the other murals that accompany it at Denver International Airport. The paintings, painted by Leo Tanguma, are said to depict unity and peace among...

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Theatre has long had the power to celebrate national heroes and thus William Shakespeare’s Henry IV two-parter is most definitely an example of political theater, but depending on the perspective that an individual production takes, the theater of politics also holds the power to propagandize the exact same hero into...

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If a forged art work gives the viewer the same aesthetic experience as the original work, why does Dennis Dutton claim that we nevertheless have good reason to insist that the forgery does not have the same artistic value as the original? Explain his argument. In order to answer the...

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Dorothy Eugenie Brett’s oil on board painting titled Jemez Corn Dance was created in 1967. She creates a depiction of the ceremonial corn dance— a prayer for rain and growth needed to ensure a successful harvest—through the use of oil paints in a two-dimensional format. The piece embodies the rhythmic...

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This is an analysis of Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1950 painting entitled “Poppies,” an oil on canvas work by the seminal American artist. This is a very brightly colored large scale piece that is constructed in such a way that the viewer seems to be looking at the flower in extreme close-up...

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After making a speech in a stadium, which breaks his banning order, Biko was arrested and appeared in court. In the courtroom, his look and decorum were like anyone else appearing in court; which was something unexpected since he is black. Judge Regter and the State Prosecutor were in charge...

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In Melissa Walker’s TED Talk on art therapy for soldiers with PTSD, I found it very informative and also compassionate. Melissa Walker is an art therapist according to the description, which captured my attention before the video even started playing. I did not consider art and art making to be...

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African art can be defined as primitive art. The art was more into religion and not based on aesthetic value. Africans focused on producing art that focused on showing figures that were of importance to the people. For example, the gods, kings, powerful leaders and holy places which were considered...

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