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Compare and Contrast: Asian Paintings

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Compare and Contrast: Asian Paintings The Fan Kuan’s “Travelers among the Mountains and Streams” and the Xia Gui’s “Detail of Twelve views from a thatched hut”, both of these paintings are related to nature. Both of them are made in the reign of the Song dynasty. Both of them are made of ink and silk….

The Significance of Landscape Painting During the Romantic Movement

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The Significance of Landscape Painting During the Romantic MovementRomanticism flourished as a movement in art in the 18th to 19th century. The main feature of Romanticism is that it was both against the aesthetic and classical values of the Classical and Neoclassical art especially pertaining to the latter’s observance of balance, order and reason .[1]…

Painting Comparison

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PART 1: Similarities Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride The French Ambassador 1.      Oil on Oak Oil on Oak 2.       Positioning of subjects, classical triangulation. A converging presence visible as the little dog in the foreground. Subjects also triangulated and are facing one another. Converging point appears to be a skull (looking like a piece of…

Rumi and Painting Analysis

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As part of Persian literature, Rumi’s poetry is influenced by Islam and Sufi ideas. All of his poems relate to Muslim religious views, which affect the true theme. The short poem I have chosen to analyze is, “You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through life? ” This poem is closely related to…

Successful Painting Arcrylics Research Paper Successful

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Successful Painting: Arcrylics Essay, Research Paper Successful Painting: Acrylic fibers Ching Hao one time said, “ There are six necessities in picture. The first is called spirit ; the 2nd, beat ; the 3rd, thought ; the 4th, scenery ; the fifth, the coppice ; and the last is the ink. ” This brings us…

Nighthawks by Edward Hopper (Painting) 1942

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Nighthawks by Edward Hopper (Painting) 1942 INTRODUCTION             The painting ‘Nighthawks’ painted by Edward Hopper in 1942 expresses / shows mood swings; solitude and unhappiness. These emotions are exhibited by any individual / non-communicating figures. Hopper said: `I didn’t see it as particularly lonely… Unconsciously, probably, I was painting the loneliness of a large city.’…

Portrayals of the “Oriental” in Paintings of Eugene Delacroix

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The world of the “exotic” and strangeness is an inherently interesting subject matter among people. Fascinations with the “other” world are depicted in poems, novels, literary descriptions and art as an attempt to understand, romanticise or exploit another culture. The Napoleonic expedition to Egypt from 1798 to 1799 brought forth a heightened interest among artists…

CorelDraw and Ms Paint

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Introduction This research paper seeks to illustrate differences that exist between CorelDraw and Ms Paint, in terms of their features and applications. CorelDraw CorelDraw as defined in (Bain and Bouton 2008) is a kind of vector graphic editor, which was developed as well as marketed by a company called Corel Corporation. CorelDraw has been developed…

“Destroyed Place” Painting by Paul Klee

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Paul Klee is a famous Surrealist painter, regarded by the Nazis as a degenerate artist. Born on December 18, 1879, in Munchenbuchsee near Bern, Switzerland, Klee enters the most prestigious art school in Germany, the Munich Academy, at the age of 21. Shortly thereafter, he moves to Munich and travels throughout Europe studying impressionist artwork…

Clement Greenberg “Modernist Painting”

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Clement Greenberg, “Modernist Painting” In his text entitled “Modernist Painting”, Greenberg focuses on the development of painting between the 14th and 19th century and emphasizes on what distinguishes Modernist painting from previous forms of painting, particularly those of the Old Masters. Greenberg begins by relating Modernist art to Kantian philosophy claiming that, the same way…

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