The rising red sun is reflected in the mild blue waters of the harbor, and it is possible to feel the freshness of the air.
The room is lit by the low windows at the far end of the room. The pipe and the bottle are two symbols of addictions, as understood in the 19th century.
Sherman's unnamed female, while in a pose that clearly evokes Judith, is serene and moving on to the next step in her quest for the liberation of Israel, but her power is contradicted by the [...]
Of course, different people may see various messages of the painting, however, due to the fact the people who live in the same country and have the same culture have a similar understanding of the [...]
According to Cohn, the uniqueness and innovative techniques used by Pollock provide a glance into an in-depth meaning of the painting itself.
While the painting itself is far from the quality of the old masters of abstract art it does bring out a certain emotional response as it can be interpreted that the woman in the painting [...]
The painting shows a man who is leaning on the back of the chair with his hands. The angel on the right of Mary is female, has white wings, and is wearing a white robe.
The work of art in the subject here is a painting of the woodcutter by Pissarro. This is evident in the description of the woodcutter painting where it is said that the man is a [...]
The greatest and an interesting facet of the image is the placement of the orange sun, which, despite being small and one that covers only a small area in the image, is contrasted to the [...]
Raphael's Saint Michael Overwhelming the Demon is one of his works which is a part of the Louvre's collection. The work is a great representative of the art of the nineteenth century's realism.
Being the legacy of one of the world's prominent artists and the representation of Romanticism in art, Goya's "Third of May, 1808" depicts the horrors of war and serves as a caution to the future [...]
Zhang Huan disclosed the meaning of his art, and particularly, of this series in several interviews declaring that these "paintings represent the hallucination of happiness and the hallucination of fear and loneliness in this life [...]
Analyzing Greenberg's work requires three components: reviewing his arguments, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the text, and showing examples of art that demonstrate the author's principal points.
The images were painted in the 20th century in the backdrop of the rising pressure in many parts of the globe for the government to embrace gender equality.
He gives hints for the viewers to see that the location is not real and it cannot be found in anyone's house. In this way, it seems that the woman is making a photo of [...]
Because of this, most of Gustave's paintings done in the 1860s, are known for ushering in the era of modernism. In the Origin of the World, there was an image of a nude female showing [...]
The first use of gold leaf can be discovered in his paintings even before the Golden Phase: in 1898, Klimt painted Pallas Athene borrowing the methods of classical myth iconography and emphasizing the divinity of [...]
In this paper, two surf-centered works by Pettibon will be analyzed to clarify how the chosen artist sees life, discovers the processes that make people happy and satisfied, and discusses the issues that matter today."The [...]
This picture made me interested in what was depicted in it from the first sight because its composition was attractive due to the wide range of shades and the scenery that can never be witnessed [...]
The author of the painting is Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, a Spanish painter who lived and worked in France in the first half of the twentieth century.
After much effort and time, Winterhalter was recognized as a portrait painter in times of the Second Empire, and he created his best work throughout the course of the last twenty years of his life.
Aaron Douglas was a bright representative of the Harlem Renaissance, a movement that appeared in the first half of the 20th century and was aimed at attracting public attention to problems of African American people [...]
The artist: Augusts Leopold Egg Nationality: English Title: Past and Present, No 1 Date: 1858 Genre: Realistic Group figure Medium: Oil paint on canvas Dimensions: Support: 635 x 762 mm Frame: 801 x 925 [...]
The central figure of the girl conveys the overall mood of the painting that is calm, humble, and, at the same time, celebrating the eve of Saint John.
Hieronymus Bosch's The Last Judgment triptych uses the three panels of the painting to represent the three biblical events that predict the terrible end of humankind: the Fall, the Judgment Day, and the eternal Death [...]
The portrayal of a mirror in work is what has interested me the most. Manet paints a lifelike view of a bar and adds the mirror to present the unexpected ambiguity.
Although the first painting is a symbolic self-portrait and the other one is a realistic portrait of a woman, both of these works strike the audience with the powerful depiction of the women's experience of [...]
Rembrandt, by making the painting, had the point of view that the artwork would assist the viewers in realizing the effect of the event of the Prodigal son.
In the painting, Neptune, the god of the sea, is seen lying on the trident and this is indicative of water.
The chapel is located in the Vatican and is one of the most illustrious artworks in the western world. The entrance to the chapel is marked by two frescoes which symbolize the last episodes of [...]
In his publication "Modernist Painting," Clement Greenberg proves that the deficiency of figurativeness inherent in the contemporary modernist painting is the result of the art self-development instead of impacts made by social and historic factors.
The high Renaissance is also characterized by the need to paint ideals of the cosmic world in sculptures and paintings. In the case of the early Renaissance, artists were interested in humanism.
In fact, the point of my work is to show the development of shape in the Islamic art. The importance of Escher's works lies in their timelessness, and this is the characteristic I would like [...]
The most notable artistic technique used in the painting is the use of color, which is used a symbol of solitude.
Despite the fact that the bombing of the town was Picasso's major motive for creation Guernica, in the painting, there are no scenes of bombing, no explosions, and no direct images of the ravages of [...]
One of the centerpieces of the artistic element of the museum is the massive artwork situated over the entrance to one of the rooms.
According to Diamond, "the Mughals were the apogees of sophistication in the Islamic world, and they created an art that was utterly revolutionary and totally Indian and deeply connected to the broader world, including Europe,". [...]
A primary goal of the article Errors in the Making and Perception of Art Images of Human Gait: Psychological Explanations by Meltzoff is to determine the psychological cause of wrong human portrayal in the drawing [...]
Consequently, the primary goal of this paper is to depict the ways the ideology of Nazism affected the art and values of society.
It generally rejected the belief and the certainty in enlightenment thinking with a consequent rejection in the belief of the existence of a powerful and most compassionate creator-God. This led to the birth of a [...]
After viewing the Coronation of the Virgin Altarpiece: Saint Prosdochimus, I realized that the art of the Middle Ages, the era that is rightfully considered one of the darkest and the most complicated times that [...]
The essay explores the strengths, elements, and styles of the artwork. Leonardo da Vinci uses the best elements of art and principles of design to give the painting "Ginevra de' Benci" powerful themes such as [...]
Of course, the painter understood the wrongs of the regime and he experienced the horrors of the war. The color is the ground for the skulls, cards and tablecloth.
To prove this statement it is possible to introduce the special set of pictures which can serve as the best evidence to the idea of diversity between reproductions and pictures devoted to the same issue.
The establishment of America as the country and the formation of its people as a unified nation took quite some time, as the new comers setting down in various states of the newly discovered continent [...]
In my opinion, this difference is concerned with the fact that, whereas, many artistic works of the past can be enjoyed by just about anyone, this is far from being the case with the examples [...]
The Motherlands of both painters, England and Germany, were covered with a wave of industrialization and practical materialism that changed the typical lifestyle of European people, their ways of thinking, and their ideas of the [...]
The woman becomes the main subject of the art works in the late part of the 19th century, but artists choose to refer to the traditions of the Middle Ages in depicting females.
4 Subjective response: Reminding of a waterfall, the artwork introduces the audience to a world of the surreal. The mixture of colours creates the environment for developing a synaesthesia and literally hearing the colours create [...]
It seems to me that this portrait will be of great interest to people who will study my works in the future. This is one of the main goals that I will always try to [...]
Ngalyod, one of the greatest spirits in the Amhem Land, is a part and parcel of the Kunwinjku mythology. Represented as a serpent most of the time, the spirit is said to reside the caverns [...]
The painter had a vision of ensuring that his work reflected the real life activities of the people viewing his work.
The artists behind the new movement rejected the notions and styles embraced by their predecessors. Georges Seurat was the first artist to reinvent the use of pigment and color in different paintings.
Although Manet's piece of work was outstanding and powerful, it failed to fulfill the expectations of many people in Europe. The portrayal of this nude woman is acceptable to many viewers in France.
In particular, it is important to examine the stylistic peculiarities of this artwork and the way in which it reflects the cultural trends that emerged in the nineteenth century.
For instance, it is possible to compare a modernist artwork and work pertaining to contemporary art to identify the discourse and the way the society has evolved.
This particular painting stays true to Picasso's motif of incorporating sexuality into his works as it can be seen by the obvious representation of male and female genetalia in the work itself.
Because of the influence of the epoch, certain parallels can be drawn between Benton's City Activities and Ringgold's Die, the two pictures that shatter one's vision of the modern world to the core.
For instance, in the fourteen century and at the beginning of the fifteenth century, "the profile form of a portrait head, largely inspired by antique coins," was widespread.
The scenes of the prison and the emotions of the students in this picture refer to the memories of the abandoned attempts of reform in France, especially the 1787 dissolution of the Assembly of Notables.
The altarpiece was a religious painting work that symbolized the Virgin and child with four physicians of the temple and the entire family of Ludovico il Moro which comprised of Ludovico, his wife and daughter.
It is possible to focus on such artworks as the Wanderer above the Sea of Fog by Caspar Friedrich, The Taking of Christ by Caravaggio, and Raphael's The School of Athens.
In the far distant center of the painting, is a mountain, still and motionless, in contrast to the dynamic furious sea wave. The shape and size of the wave create the imagery of force in [...]
A number of researchers attribute Plein-Air painting to a number of inventions made in the 19th century. The French impressionists were a group of artists from the 19th century who studied the impact of light [...]
In order to discuss the style of Ingres, one should look at the difference between his earlier and later works because this comparison can throw light on the evolution of his style.
Though the Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, a fresco created by Picasso, was created in an entirely different epoch than Masaccio's Tribute Money was, the two artworks still share a range of stylistic, compositional and conceptual similarities, [...]
To understand the variety and importance of Pablo Picasso's contribution to the world art, it is necessary to focus on analyzing such artist's famous works as Boy with a Pipe, Guernica, and The Weeping Woman.
The dark colors and the static nature of the painting both in the foreground and the background give the implication of lack of life and hopelessness.
There is a concrete building to the left and the crowds of people extend to the horizon in a linear perspective.
In order to successfully conduct a criticism of an artwork, it is required to conduct a thorough investigation of the culture that surrounds the work and look at it from the perspective of cultural values [...]
The collection of the masterpieces created by European painters in the Chrysler Museum of Art offers attendees a large spectrum of paintings starting from the Renaissance to the Modernism period.
Even though the work by Corot belongs to the realist movement and Monet is a famous impressionist master, the chosen paintings are equal at capturing the transitional time between day and evening due to the [...]
The picture Bird's Hell was painted in 1938 by Max Beckmann, an outstanding German portraitist and printmaker, one of the greatest masters of the interwar period of the 20th century.
This is one of the most famous and meaningful piece of work in the Baltimore Museum of Art. The artwork goes further to identify the role of marriage in the society.
The overall movement of the lines is in the direction of the mirror, clearly alluding to a forgotten passage of time which strikes at the vanity of attractive women.
The use of bold vertical lines here appears to be more carefully planned, showing the precision of the artist and the background is carefully applied. The background lines are curved to clearly illustrate the shape [...]
Correggio's Assumption of the Virgin is unique in its complex composition which represents the details of Mary's Assumption with the help of clear foreshortenings and the perfect illusionistic elements which create the effect of the [...]
The painting by Manet explores the decision by Napoleon III to control Mexico during the 1860s and the ineffectiveness of his policies.
There was also a distinction in age of the painters whereby, impressionism painters were generally older as compared to post impressionism painters.
In the present epoque of post-modernism, the characteristic feature of life on the whole and art, in particular, is the quality of intertextuality, a special alloying of the cultural achievements of the past in the [...]
The focus of this painting is the city of Montevideo, which is located in the home country of the artist. Further analysis of the history behind the piece reveals that it is a representation of [...]
One of the most peculiar things about the narrative framework of the Sistine Chapel's ceiling is the order of the frescoes, with the final one referring the viewer to the beginning of time and the [...]
Although the style that Rafael developed over the course of his evolution as an artist was influenced greatly by the works of Leonardo da Vinci in terms of composition and technical expression and Michelangelo in [...]
The Last Supper, for instance, renders the anguish soaring in the air with the help of its spacious elements; compared to the thought provoking empty elements of the picture, the vapid lack of space in [...]
This picture is one of the first works that attracted the attention of artists and critics to van Gogh. The painter is able to use different shades of grey and yellow in order to illustrate [...]
The painting was mainly designed as a visual means of propaganda of the belief that the American settlers had a manifest destiny.
Although the art pieces created by Masaccio, del Castagno and Lippi may seem completely different, with the common thread of Christianity as the only thing that links them, a close analysis of the messages behind [...]
The nature and appearance of the painting provide evidence of the artist's adherence to the European Renaissance, especially the Northern Renaissance in the 14th to 16th centuries.
It should be mentioned that at the time when this painting was created, Manet was criticized by many people for the lack of clarity and compositional unity in this picture.
The Reincarnation of Saint Orlan is the series of the operation performances in which Orlan played the main role while proposing her body as the field for experimenting in the sphere of plastic surgery while [...]
The conflict of nature vs.nurture would later on become the trademark of the works made by the members of the African American painters community and its key tradition.
Thus, the fruit is depicted in the middle of the painting, leaves and flowers are revealed at the top and bottom of the work providing a frame for fruit. The painting shows that the natural [...]
The validity of this idea can be illustrated in regards to both: the spatial/representational aspects of the exhibition in question, and the discursive appropriateness of the actual selection of Wyeth's paintings.
Though the medium of the three works is different, the works share lots of features in common. The background of the three works is blue.
2 cm The painting, "Paris Street, Rainy Day," was painted by the French painter, Gustav Caillebotte, in the year 1877. Name of the painting: The Card Players Artist: Paul Cezanne Year: 1893-96 Type: Oil on [...]
The woman seems to notice the presence of the young man in the bushes, but the husband does not. It appears that the position of the event is somewhere in the bushes, which indicates the [...]
A new experience is an aspect of suffering in the story of Tim Lowly. However, from the experience of Tim Lowly and Sherrie, I have realized that suffering is a long-term condition, and thus, it [...]
The researcher also points to the fact that none of the figures in the painting look at the viewers, which makes an impression of them being alone in the room.
Therefore, this piece of work was a combination of artistic work and imagery to depict European society in the early 20th century.
The purpose of this action was to bring her closer to the revolution and identify her with it. Kahlo's rise to iconic status was due to her experiences and occurrences of the time.