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Art During the Renaissance

Though the artistic revolution is considered in this article as the major element of the renaissance, it was a result of the revolutions in the other elements such as the scientific, philosophical and the linguistic [...]
  • Subjects: Art Movement
  • Pages: 5
  • Words: 1282

Buddha Image in Asian Art Work

It is therefore believed that the author of Buddha image was Shakyamuni, one of the artists sent to heaven by Maudgalyayana who can be considered as the patron of this art work.
  • Subjects: Art Movement
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 584

Popular Music and Thinking Errors

The message in the lyrics of rock songs is mostly that life is not worth living with the lyrics filled with numerous pessimistic and angry lines.
  • Subjects: Music
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 572

Types of Fonts Used in the Medieval Age

Gothic fonts are good when they are used appropriately hence when one is designing a document it is important to consider the position of the written material that will be occupied by this kind of [...]
  • Subjects: Visual Arts
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 666

Bringing Compositional Unity in an Image

In this painting repetition has been employed by having a continuous line of the edge of the lady's dress which brings association among the objects of this image that is the woman and the ground [...]
  • Subjects: Paintings
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 783

Alternative Culture and Postmodernism

The lyrics of one of the songs in the album stated that "Modern hip hop has grown from the dancing and shaking moves to just plain rapping".
  • Subjects: Music
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 834

Hip Hop Influence on Youth: Statistics and Effects

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Hip hop music is also said to perpetuate the rise in criminal activities among the youth. It is therefore recommendable for the youth to shun away from the vice brought about by hip hop music.
  • Subjects: Music
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 650

An artistic criticism of the film Syriana: The multi-plot flick

The movie to some extent purports that the US Congress can participate in numerous discussions about the profits realized by oil companies without ever establishing the real core of the matter because even the individuals [...]
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 1261

Different Types of Music

One of the commonest types of music is Gospel music. It is a type of music where songs are written and played with the objective of praising or honoring God.
  • Subjects: Music Genre
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 548

Sculptors of the Italian Renaissance

These aspects are evident among current sculptors."Significance of Sculptors of the Italian Renaissance" This is a research investigating and analyzing the different arguments on philosophical nature of Sculptors of the Italian Renaissance, from various art [...]
  • Subjects: Sculpture
  • Pages: 5
  • Words: 1356

Hitchcock’s Rear Window: Dream Analysis

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The first and the main scenario that unfolds in the courtyard is the situation with a married couple, where the husband gets so much tired of the wife's constant complaints and demands for attention that [...]
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 5
  • Words: 1370

Rio Bravo: A Western With Deep Relationship Insight

Wood calls that relationship a family relationship, where Chance is "Father", "the master of the "home" but with the freedom to move outside"; Stumpy is "Mother", who almost never leaves "the home/jail"; Dude and Colorado [...]
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 4
  • Words: 1131

Summary of Chapters on Music

The importance of music in the life of a parish is hard to overestimate. In the era of Romanticism, the attention to historical past of church music was by large a merit of scholars.
  • Subjects: Music
  • Pages: 4
  • Words: 1208

Bob Dylan Blowin In the Wind

The audience of Blowing in the Wind is primarily the United States of America government and to some extent the whites living America around this time.
  • Subjects: Musical Compositions
  • Pages: 6
  • Words: 1816

The Culture of Okinawan Music

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The funs of okinawan music are over the world. Famous musicians, guitarists, and dancers in Okinawa music have also contributed much in the growth of this music.
  • Subjects: Music Genre
  • Pages: 4
  • Words: 1137

The Future of Music Production

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However, in order to determine whether quality in music is lost in using modern technology, we need to compare analogue and digital music production systems that many claim to be the cause of the deterioration [...]
  • Subjects: Music Industry
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 828

Saatchi Gallery: My Perception of Art

Every member of the global community should learn about history and arts to be able to reflect the vision of the contemporary world.
  • Subjects: Art Exhibitions
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 564

Concert Report: No. 2 Intermezzo by Robert Schumann

In particular, I could hear the dissonance in voice and piano and, at the same time, it was possible to feel how the piano catches each amplified tone of the voice. The song is written [...]
  • Subjects: Concerts
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 564

Filippo Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto

In his Futurist Manifesto published in 1909 in Paris, Marinetti formulated the essence and the purpose of the Futurist movement and thus outlined the "ethical code" of a New Artist, a Futurist.
  • Subjects: Art Movement
  • Pages: 4
  • Words: 982

Food Presentation as a Form of Art

According to Ridley and Neil, despite the wide consideration of view in support of food aesthetics, the rejection of food as art is due to lack of ritual settings that can provide most of the [...]
  • Subjects: Visual Arts
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 872

The Truman Show movie

This overview tackles the writer's purpose, the life of Truman in relation to that of Jesus Christ as well as that of Christof in relation to that of God.
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 815

The artwork Cosa by Judi Werthein

Description and Analysis Work's use of the systems of global capitalism Relationship to the global system of exhibiting art in biennials and institutions The symbolism of the elephant and of air Cosa is an [...]
  • Subjects: Sculpture
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 718

The Art of Self-Portrait: Rembrandt by Rembrandt

Against the background of the general popularity of portraits in the seventeenth century, the gallery of Rembrandt's self-portraits stands out as an exciting encyclopedia of the evolution in the artist's personality.
  • Subjects: Paintings
  • Pages: 9
  • Words: 2557

Leon Golub: Historical witness

The paintings mainly expressed realities of power in terms of the relations between social and political spheres. With the help of his paintings, Golub argued that the relationship between identity and masculinity with power and [...]
  • Subjects: Artists
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 542

Chicago: Crossroads of America

However, the most significant artifact which reflects not only the history of Chicago, but the whole spirit of this city is, to my mind, the Pioneer locomotive.
  • Subjects: Art Exhibitions
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 589

Drawing Lessons for Beginners

In ensuring maximum learning from this lesson, individuals require a minimum of five minutes whereby, it is important for individuals to conduct a critical analysis of the quality of their scribbling, in terms of orderliness, [...]
  • Subjects: Paintings
  • Pages: 6
  • Words: 2117

Stylistic Analysis of Film Script

Concerning the structure of the plot, the author uses a flashback, returning to the events in the past. The most impressive feature of the script to the film is its specific word choice.
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 576

An Analysis of Michelangelo’s work

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In the essay, a detailed analysis of the Pieta shall be given particularly criticizing an error that Michelangelo had made in the design of the sculpture.
  • Subjects: Sculpture
  • Pages: 5
  • Words: 1353

The Magic Ring

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It all began on a typical day with the sun shinning down on the besieged city of Orleans."If only our great god Azula would have mercy on us and rescue our beloved city from these [...]
  • Subjects: Film Studies
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 845

History and Development of Dance

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The art of dancing was connected by Greeks to the idea of harmony and perfection of human body: therefore, dancing ultimately had to be graceful in order to emphasize and not to destroy the natural [...]
  • Subjects: Dance
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 1186

My Changing Taste in Music

In this paper, I set out to discuss two different types of music that highlight my changing taste through the years.
  • Subjects: Music Genre
  • Pages: 3
  • Words: 878

Report of an Orchestra Concert

The orchestra concert I have to evaluate and discuss is exciting and unique because it represents a beautiful combination of the works by such great composers like Strauss and Tchaikovsky, Schoenberg and Barber.
  • Subjects: Concerts
  • Pages: 2
  • Words: 558

Art History: Female Figures in Ancient Greek Sculpture

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The development of female figures in ancient Greek sculpture was noticeable during those times; each period added something new; the influence of other countries and their cultures was reflected in almost each piece of work, [...]
  • Subjects: Sculpture
  • Pages: 4
  • Words: 999