Samples "Art" (Page 3)

Art

Considering Frank O. Gehry, it is important to indicate that he was born in Toronto; and, indisputably, the time he spent in Canada “had some remarkable quirks” (Weber). However, in 1947 he moved Los Angeles and became entirely involved into a profoundly complex framework of the U.S. society. To be...

867 words

The Crocker Museum is one of the longest operating museums in the Western part of the country situated in Sacramento, California. It has vast collections of Californian art dating from the Gold Rush era to the current times. On top of that, the museum often hosts various exhibits. Currently, the...

649 words

The wall painting on the wall of P. Fannius Synsistor's bedroom, located in Pompeii, is an example of the Second Style of wall painting. The painting itself features a view of a courtyard and arch receding into the distance, along with images of buildings and balconies that give the viewer...

374 words

Still haven't found the topic among our "Art" samples? We will write it for you!

Order Now

I almost had forgotten her silver eyes when I saw the painting of her in the gallery. Red hair, full lips, and sidelong glance – without any hesitation it was her face. The painting was the size of the wall and everyone in the gallery could notice every detail on...

313 words

The development of ink and paint has a long-lasting history that dates back to more than 40,000 years ago. In our modern world, the role of ink is hardly ever analyzed. In the meantime, a closer examination of the surrounding environment is likely to show that the presence of ink...

1473 words

With his works Edouard Manet anticipated the appearance of Impressionism, and then became one of the founders of this art movement. Many of Manet's paintings show impressionistic pictorial freedom and fragmentary compositions. At the same time, his works preserve the clarity of the picture. He uses gray and black tones,...

294 words

Introduction It is arguable that, since the beginnings of the Renaissance in the early 15th century, the world of Western art was long defined by efforts to capture – and glorify – reality. As cultures became introduced again to the classic work of ancient Greece and Rome, techniques were developed...

1276 words

The painting that as selected for this interpretation is "The old man with guitar" by Picasso. In the most simplistic form of analysis or presentation, one could state that it is literally an image of an old man holding a guitar. However, such an image could be presented in many...

1243 words

There are many similarities between the cave paintings at Grotte Chauvet Pont d’Arc and those at Lascaux. In the first place, both display similar content: bulls, aurochs, and horses, for example, are extremely prominent in both sets of cave paintings, and both also depict other animals such as felines and...

362 words