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Discuss the statement:"art is a lie that brings us nearer to the truth"
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...Art is a lie that brings us nearer to the truth Introduction “Art is a lie that brings us nearer to the truth” quoted by Pablo Picasso is true to theword in the modern world. He further said that; “From the moment art ceases to be food that feeds the best minds, the artist can use his talents to perform all the tricks of the intellectual charlatan. Most people today no longer expect to receive consolation and exaltation from art. The refined, the rich, the professional do-nothings, the distillers of quintessence desire only the peculiar, the sensational, the eccentric, the scandalous in todays art” (Pablo Picasso, 1952). With reference to Picasso’s own works, art in a sense can be considered... ...
Art Is a Lie that Makes Us Realize the Truth
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...Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth” (Kleiner, 737) (Pablo Picasso) Pablo Picasso was a man of multiple talents. He was a painter, sculptor, stage designer. Based on his world wide recognition and acclamation of his works, he stands amongst the top artists of the 20th century. He advocated the artists and art promotion through the various art movements that came forth in the previous century. Pablo Picasso’s work transformed as time progressed and his works were guided by the overall progress in the society. He took up art as a hobby and interest as early as at age of eight. He...
All art is a lie that helps us see the truth more clearly- Pablo Picasso
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...art is a lie that helps us see the truth more clearly”- Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso, although a famous painter and sculptor, quoted Art not limiting its boundaries to just his profession, rather, Art in its deep context from literature, music, film or even dance. When we say art, we mean something that a person can look at and interpret. Art is a visual perception of its author; it highlights the main subject to depict its reality. The exaggeration of the illusion can be considered as a lie that reveals the truth behind the scenes much more clearly through the art performed, painted or sung. (Simon, 2007) In his own quote, Picasso illustrates an artistic touch to call art, a lie... ? Number] “All art is...
Sometimes a lie is better than the truth
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...lie is better than the truth It is often said that a liar may be forced to tell many lies in order to prove the first lie he said. It will be a difficult task for him to convince the people with a series of lies. Therefore, it is often advised that telling the truth may help a person to avoid the agonies of telling many lies. However, there are times at which telling a lie may be better than telling the truth. This paper analyses some of such situations with the help of real incidents happened in the past. Telling a lie is justified, if the lie helps the people in some manner. For example, American troops in Pakistan earlier convince the Pak authorities that they will never undertake any... Sometimes a...
Child art
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...truth in which it fulfils itself independently and conformably with its own ends alone. - (Quoted) Now, in this its freedom alone is fine art truly art, and it only fulfils its supreme task when it has placed itself in the same sphere as religion and philosophy, and when it is simply one way of bringing to our minds and expressing the Divine, the deepest interests of mankind, and the most comprehensive truths of the spirit. In works of art the nations have deposited their richest inner intuitions and ideas, and art is often the key, and in many nations the sole key... , to understanding their philosophy and religion. Art shares this vocation with religion and philosophy, but...
'O tell me the truth about love'. Discus the relationship between truth-telling and 'the romantic lie' in Auden's early poetry.
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...truth-telling and nothing but truth-telling exemplified the dominant theme in his writing. Auden searched for but could never find the truth he longed for. He was so much preoccupied with his idea of truth-telling that he did not notice how his truth turned into a new form of poetic rebellion, which did not bring any aesthetic pleasure or emotional satisfaction but resembled a never-ending fight for one’s own self. Hugo (2001) is correct... ? O TELL ME TRUTH ABOUT LOVE: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRUTH-TELLING AND ROMANTIC LIES IN AUDEN’S EARLY POETRY by 19 February O Tell Me Truth About Love: The Relationship between Truth-Telling and Romantic Lies in Auden’s Early Poetry Introduction W.H. Auden remains...
Truth
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...truth. While the reader may be able to make out similarities between Foucault's definition of truth and that which might come from a Marxist; Karl Marx at least took the trouble of keeping alive the struggle, to bring the truth to light and to overthrow those that might use the methodology to 'produce' truth as described by Foucault. Thankfully, history does not forget the perseverance of those that stood for the truth. By Foucault's model, Jesus had to be politically powerful at the time he uttered the words quoted above yet that remains incorrect, why would he then describe himself as being the truth Bhagat Singh a renowned Marxist in India formed a political party... he said ""You cannot...
Truth
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...Truth: How we are to think upon truth, is as diverse a topic as principles of biology or mathematics. I will examinethis question in three approaches commencing from the debate of epistemology, a debate on literature and finally a look at the theory of correspondence in light of metaphysics and truth. However, diverse the topic of truth, a measure of its boundaries and applications is imperative but logically unattainable. Knowledge in philosophy denotes justified true belief. In trying to explain epistemology, philosophers developed different ideologies. The use of perception in relation to sense data to determine...
Truth and Truth Telling
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...truth telling mainly relies on the aftermath or the consequence. For instance, if truth telling is good, or gives hope to a patient, then it is considered that a partial truth of a complete lie is ok. This is the view of Utilitarians. On the other hand a Deontologist would emphasis on telling truth regardless of the out come. The author quotes that truth is a statement... Ethics- "truth and truth telling" In this chapter the gives importance to telling truth. Telling truth is tried to inculcate into each one of us even as a child. In the health care sector especially in the nursing profession the author emphases that truth plays a major part as it forms the trust that bonds the patient with the...
The Ways We Lie
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...Lie,” tries to bring to light the numerous ways in which human beings lie to each other. The lies are justifiable by those who tell while others are not. She argues that every one of us is bound to lie and we do find excuses to get out of it when caught. There are many types of lying, which are to be discussed... Institute Lying, it has become a part of human lives since they do it from the moment we wake up, move around the house, get on the bus, or train to our workstations until the moment we get back to our houses again to rest. We all do have our reasons to tell a lies or a series of lies, some of which is right, while others will consider it wrong on every angle (Ariely, 2008). According to three...
Heart of Darkness : Marlow's Lie
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...truth” (Kaplan 1997, p. 323). This way, Marlow’s attitude to lie can be interpreted in these frames. Moreover, his acts of lying can be considered on three main... Marlow’s lie Introduction In the novel “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad, different issues are discussed. A novel, full of symbolism, still is very interesting for contemporary readers and critics. This research paper is focused on Marlow’s lie discussion as an embodiment of a character’s development on the background of darkness. Marlow’s lie is in the focus of further discussion on the example of his interpretations of Kurtz’s phenomenon. He claims that he does not lie, though he confirms that there were three cases when he lied: the...
Truth Telling
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...truth telling some of which include the fact that lying is an inherent wrong. Lying is a social vise that everyone detests. People may therefore lie depending on the relativity of the scenarios but they all consider lying as a social evil, which they therefore discourage. Parents strive to develop honesty personalities in their children. Such develop cohesive families in which the members do not hurt one another. Collective responsibility to uphold honesty... ?Truth Telling Introduction Truth telling is a psychological concept that refers to the elimination of deceit in a conversation. It dictates that people do not withhold information from their partners during an interaction. This implies the...
Diplomatic truth
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...Truth (Political Science) 26 October (word count – 645) Introduction Diplomacy is defined as the art of conducting negotiations between nations. But it is also termed as the art of postponing war when war could be avoided by talks among nations. It is an ancient art dating back to biblical times; in modern times, diplomacy is synonymous as tact that avoids arousing hostilities by carefully assessing cultural and political sensitivities. A good analogy is perhaps horse trading; in a sense, something for something or quid pro quo. A good diplomat is well-versed in the language of ambiguity, saying something for nothing. The job of a diplomat is to deliver a message across without... & Number: Diplomatic...
The Ways We Lie by Stephanie Ericsson
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...truth is another kind of lie that brings devastation but hiding some of the important truth and revealing the rest is also harmful as it create misunderstandings. So lies must be avoided even if the intentions are good as one cannot always judge the situation of the other person aptly and may fails to do good from his end rather be the cause of destruction that could be avoided by speaking the truth. To put in a nutshell, this article gives us a detailed account of the possible lies which save people in disastrous situations and bring peace and material benefits to people. On the contrary,...
Inconvenient truth
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...truth Introduction In his prediction, Gore begins by describing the basics of how greenhouse effect works. He starts with a cartoon depicting rowdy global warming gases stopping Mr. Sunbeam from evading earth’s atmosphere. The accumulation of carbon IV oxide and other gases causes a coagulated atmosphere, hence it hinders the reflected long wave heat radiation from escaping to the atmosphere. These gases are produced from heavy machineries, factories and the general burning of fossil fuels. This causes an increase in the terrestrial temperature as a result of the reflected terrestrial heat failing to reach the far atmosphere, hence it is trapped to the earth’s surface due to failure... Inconvenient...
How to Lie with Statistics
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...lie with statistics’ by Darrell Huff. The book simply talks about how precise a collection of can be. In addition, it gives the insight of what statistics and estimations are all about. In fact, the book shows vividly that statistics can lie and the estimations made are not fully reliable because the data collected simply represent a few numbers of real values and neglects the larger number. Statistical Lie. A class is made up of thirty students. Five have A’s, 7 have B’s and the rest have failed. A person decides to run a survey on class performance and samples only ten students. He falls only on the failed students and samples them. He later concludes the all the students... Group Review of ‘How to...
Story-truth versus Happening-truth
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...truth versus Happening-truth Tim O'Brien, in his book, The Things They Carried, describes two different kinds of truth, story-truth and happening-truth. He describes story-truth something that "makes things present" (O'Brien 180). He describes happening-truth as reality, as what actually happened. However, for O'Brien, story-truth is more true than happening-truth, for several reasons. While happening-truth may be what literally happened at war, the fighting, the death, the destruction; it loses everything that makes it human to describe war that way. Story-truth, on the other hand, allows the listener to be there, with the narrator in the present, and see how things were. Story-truth... Story-truth...
Noble Lie and Platos Republic
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...Lie and Plato’s Republic Noble lie is a myth or not a true thing that is clearly in religious nature. In Plato’s republic, this lie is told by elite or the ruling class to the ruled or the common man to maintain social harmony. In this paper there will be discussion both in favor and against the noble lie. In the context of imaginary challenge of Meletus to Socrates regarding Noble lie, the conclusion and analysis after the discussion will be that lying is against the enquiry of nature according to Socrates or by scientific procedure that ensures revealing of facts and truth. The noble...
How to lie in Statistics
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...truthful statistics will stand the test of time. The averages (mean) as well as the relationships (chi-square and other compare and contrast figures) as wells the trends and graphs are statistical outputs that may bring about different messages to the readers. These statistical outputs sensationalize, oversimplify, and even confuse the readers of the statistical... ? How to lie in Statistics Inserts His /Her Inserts Grade Inserts 24 July Some people are skeptical of statistical data. My research focuses on the use of lies to generate persuasive statistical findings and conclusions to achieve selfish goals or objectives. My research centers on the influence of bias in the lie-tainted statistical process....
Ethics- " truth and and truth telling
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...truth telling mainly relies on the aftermath or the consequence. For instance, if truth telling is good, or gives hope to a patient, then it is considered that a partial truth of a complete lie is ok. This is the view of Utilitarians. On the other hand a Deontologist would emphasis on telling truth regardless of the out come. The author quotes that truth is a statement... Ethics- “truth and truth telling” In this chapter the gives importance to telling truth. Telling truth is tried to inculcate into each one ofus even as a child. In the health care sector especially in the nursing profession the author emphases that truth plays a major part as it forms the trust that bonds the patient with the...
ART
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...bringing to life his fantasies of natural resources especially his favorite subject, making his work look more like a photograph from afar rather than a hand-painted masterpiece. According to the artist, he is an admirer of realists saying... . For instance, the nearer images are made bigger than the other parts of the subject while the ones farther from the viewer are made smaller. Moreover, the parts which are presented to be near the viewer are more detailed while the ones farther are not. The parts of the subject which are supposed to be near the beholder show the color of whatever little number of grasses there are in the canyon. It also shows the fine details of what...
Art
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...truth Understanding Gregory Thielker and Gerhard Richters use of photography as source material for painting, through Roland Barthes concept of air By Ala’a Beseiso Student ID: BES12375929 MA Digital Arts (Visual Arts) University of the Arts London, Camberwell College Research Paper 9th October 2013 Unit 1 www.alaabeseiso.wordpress.com/ www.alaabeseiso.com Abstract: In this paper, I will be studying Photorealism as a contemporary art movement by exploring the interactive relationship between photography and painting as two different forms of visual arts. I have carried out this investigation first by studying photorealism as a 20th-21stcentury art movement... actual Photorealistic paintings,...
Truth and Represenation
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...truth of the individual behind the killings they speak of how people camouflaged in military dressing entice them by pretending to be saving them from the abduction of Boko Haran and finally drive them away in pickups and trucks owned by the military9. In this case, we stumble upon the truth in the dark, with a tendency of quick judgment after glimpsing an image or shape that seems to correspond to the truth without realizing such judgments are made. However, the fact is that there never is any such thing any truth to be found in dramatic art. Representation of truth brings about challenge... Truth and representation Representation of truth has been a major problem in both developed and third world...
Is unethical to lie during Negotiations
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...Lie During Negotiations Table of Contents When are Deception, Evasiveness or Collusion out of Bounds? 3 2.Can Such Tactics Be Legal and Still Be Unethical? 3 3.Is It Naive to Be Completely Honest and Bare Your Soul During Negotiations? 4 4.Are the Rules of Negotiations Unique? Is Any Tactic that Will Improve Your Chance of Winning Acceptable? 4 Bibliography 6 1. When are Deception, Evasiveness or Collusion out of Bounds? Deception is referred as the act to convince a person to believe what is not true or genuine. Similarly, evasiveness is often described as giving intellectual or ambiguous description of a fact to the concerned party or parties so as to escape from revealing... Is It Unethical To Lie...
Art
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...Art The dancing sculpture of Denver an art piece which is famous is a symbol of music celebration and dance. Denver is a of music and dance lovers and this striking piece of art is a remembrance to the public about the significance of art in people’s life. This sculpture with its slender body and dynamic structural beauty has the capability to take anybody into dancing mood and this 50 foot gleaming structure can take away anybody’s heart. The sculpture has five speakers mounted around it, which gives a unique ambience to the sculpture. The sculpture is the center of attraction of the city and brings in lot of people to enjoy it. This sculpture of Denver is created by Jonathan Borofsky... Denver Art The...
Art
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...art nor let his brush touch the surface of the canvas, it’s all form of freedom and expression. “On the floor I am more at ease. I feel nearer, more part of the painting, since this way I can walk around it, work from the four sides, and literally be in the painting” (qtd. in Boddy-Evans). Abstract art... Short Brush Strokes and Chaotic Lines The 19th century Impressionists discarded the conventional method of dark, detailed sharp images, while artists from the Abstract Expressionism movement rejected all forms of representational and figurative paintings, and thus marked the beginning of modern art in the first half of the 20th century. Considered as the leading figure of Impressionism, Claude Monet...
Darrell Huff's How to Lie With Statistics
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...lie"; it misleads, yet it cannot be pinned on you. -- Darrell Huff, "How to Lie with Statistics" Book Summary As reviewed by The Atlantic, How to Lie With Statistics is, "a pleasantly subversive little book, guaranteed to undermine your faith in the almighty statistic." Truly, the book even though a bit dated, having been written in 1954 is timeless. A classic that persists to chase away false beliefs and enlighten those who are statistically naive. Whether you encounter statistics at school, at work, or in advertising, you'll definitely commit to memory its simple lessons. The witty and direct style exposes how media, advertisers... . Darrell Huff investigates the breadth of every...
Art
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...arts and in the external society. But in terms of questions of individual ethics, especially in technological endeavors where change is a constant, there is often conflict between opinion and truth. These are important questions to consider regarding the relationship between the individual and the society in which s/he... ART Today, media artists use various forms of expression that are technologically advanced compared to previous epochs of artistic creation. The development of film and computers has meant the development of new art forms stemming from the traditional forms of theatre, writing, visual arts, etc. But in this new milieu, traditional questions remain of form vs. content, and the ethical ...
Truth and Context
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...truth. [online]. Book of famous quote. Last accessed 8 November 2007 at: http://www.famous-quotes.com/topic.phppage=0&total=322&tid=1243. RICHARDS, Chris (2007). Context is all. Does this mean that there is no such thing as truth [online]. Deviant art. Last accessed 8 November 2007 at: http://click-snap-taken.deviantart.com/art/Context-is-all-62519699... Topic: "Context is all" (Margaret Atwood) - Does it mean that there is no such thing as truth Margaret Attwood in her novel The Handmaid's Tale repeatedly uses the expression "context is all" which is a key phrase in the novel. (Attwood 1996). The immediate response to the phrase is a question - does it mean that there is no...
Pablo Picasso and Truth
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...truth. Bibliography Eskilson, Stephen. Graphic Design: A New History. New Haven: Yale UP, 2007. Clark, T.J. Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to Guernica (The A.W Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts). Princeton University Press, 2013.... Picasso and Truth al Affiliation) Picasso and Truth 1Despite the obvious aesthetic appeal of Picasso’s painting and his revolutionary use of Cubism and space in the painting of the Young Girls Dancing, I have to refute the analysis of the aesthetic theme being analyzed in the essay. In my opinion, Picasso’s work was not meant to spark social debates on how an artist expresses himself and how his influences, but rather an artist...
Art
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...art argument is to bring out the symmetrical structural balance as per the balanced colors used for painting. Therefore, this abstract composition piece is meant to bring out aesthetic balance of nature as per the colors that have been used through visual composition. Sensational effect is a factor to the aspect of the artistic abstract composition. This is due to the notion that, the colors and lines used bring out a sensational feel of any space that is a factor of the environment. My visual argument is based on the colors that have been used, the lines and patterns used for bringing out the balance as perceived of nature. This is based on the colors... Visual Composition My artistic composition is...
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...Art The task of providing an accurate and static definition of art is regarded by scholars as a virtually impossible endeavor given thewide encompassing scope that transcends time and culture. The Art Encyclopedia has proffered a brief historical discourse of art’s definition from the classical period to contemporary or modern art. Concurrently, the working definition art was averred as “created when an artist creates a beautiful object, or produces a stimulating experience that is considered by his audience to have artistic merit” (Art Encyclopedia: A Working Definition, par. 1). It can be deduced the amount of subjectivity involved as elements of beauty and experience both depends... Definition of Art...
Art
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...Art? Art is understood as a wide and encompassing creative discipline that entails a form of personal expression using diverse resources, style, medium, and genre. Prior to taking this course, one had a limited understanding and appreciation for different art works due to the restricted exposure and recognition that art exists in varied forms. This was realized through learning that “all images may not be art, but our ability to make them is one place where art begins” (Getlein 5). Therefore, the ability to recognize, appreciate, and effectively interpret art lies in the depth of understanding of the viewer. Just like the expression that ‘beauty is in the eyes of the beholder... September 9, What is...
Art
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...Art Summary Art through its varied facets relay varied aspects that comprise any given way of life whereby inthis case an African culture ranging from political to social aspects. For instance, the essence and role of masquerades in African culture more so in Yoruba community their depiction was to satirize the European colonials contrary to the insiders’ illustration. However, this was not to hurt them but bring, “comic relief in a masquerade where genuinely powerful and sacred masks will also dance (420).” In political arena, art relays the then famed leaders like Yoruba leader Ariwajoye surrounded by spiritual ancestral aiders as well as relaying how gender roles complemented each other... ...
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...Art This paper will describe the central issues, ideas, and characteristics of Gothic art. Gothic art is a form of art that developed first in France in the mid-12 century. Gothic art assumed different forms with each period developing the former. Gothic architecture is the oldest art appearing in the period between 12th and 16 century in Europe. The earliest gothic architecture were done by Christians who wanted to pass a message of saints or describe a story in the new or old testament. This is monumental sculpture, which was hanged on the walls of Cathedrals and abbeys. It is usually ornamental, emphasized pointed arches, flying buttresses, and elaborates tracery. An example of this art... Gothic Art ...
Art
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...art involves several human activities. It is not a must for art, to have specific qualities for it to qualify to be art. However, certain things like color, texture are considered to differentiate between good and bad art. What I value or look for in art is beauty, uniqueness, and inherent meaning. Beauty in art captivates people. When art is created to convey certain meaning such as political and emotional trigger, I consider that to be an ideal art. I expect art to act as a communication tool to different groups of people. For example,...
Homeless brings atrocious effects to a country
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...Brings Atrocious Effects to a Country INTRODUCTION Mahatma Gandhi once asked, “What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty or democracy?” This question openly probes into the reception of poverty and homelessness by the community and the role of political dogma in resolving it. Homelessness undoubtedly significantly affects an individual’s well-being. Homelessness influences people in various ways and on numerous different levels. Being homeless affects every aspect of an individual’s life and ultimately spreads to other facets of his or her society... . Countless...
Art
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...Art Museum One of the more peaceful images in the Denver Art Museum is Wind River Country by Albert Beirstadt. This painting is based on the Rocky Mountains. Beirstadt first visited the mountains in 1859 on a government-sponsored trip. This gave Bierstadt the inspiration to open his own art studio in New York City. In order to create magnificent, large pieces of art, Beirstadt expanded upon his sketches and photos to create wonderful masterpieces. Wind River Country was one such masterpiece that epitomizes everything that Beirstadt stood for. In this particular piece of art, Bierstadt showed mountains that were close and mountains that were in the distance, which gave great depth... to the...
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...Art Describing art efficiently is one way of understanding and acquiring significant art skills. Thus, a simple step isfollowed when describing the work of art in order to gain insight into the art work design. Therefore, to begin with the first art work, the background of the scene is well decorated with a variety of diamond colors including light blue, yellow to yellowish brown. The diamond colors contribute to the understanding that the art work is oh high value and enhances a tone of high quality. On the left side of the wall seems to be a small blackboard, which is in square shape. This blackboard is painted in black with some writings inside, and this creates attention to the viewer... Lecturer:...
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...Arts and Artists Art history is as old as when human existence can be traced and this gives a picture of art as a twin to humankind. Like civilization, art has its own progress and/or decline as an observer might consider. Art has primarily been known as the appreciation of beauty which has been expressed early on through paintings and carvings in various forms. Prehistoric and ancient art have been expressed mostly in paintings on walls and stones. Many of the prehistoric artworks have been found in caves as these are believed to have been the abode of early humans, which also show their creativity, making use of their available materials. One might think what people then would... ?Full Appreciating...
ART
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...Art Analysis Introduction It is important to become aware of pieces of arts that surround us. A piece of an art depicts great designs that catches our eyes and decoded in our brains. Therefore, spending time looking at and thinking about art improves our critical thinking. One reason given for this is that our evaluations become more meaningful because we can form a different perspective on an art than what existed. This paper will describe, analyse, and include personal reactions to two selected pieces of an art. The State Zellij Panel Polychrome earth ware mosaic Approximately 76.5 cm x...
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...Art: ‘Concerning Burma’ By Vance Kirkland This essay deals with the artwork of Vance Kirkland as exhibited in Kirkland Museum of Fine andDecorative Art at Denver, Colorado. Kirkland was a prominent painter who created art using the abstract expressionist techniques, and thus, has been able to offer much to the field of abstract expressionism, in addition to adding a new dimension to it. One of his masterpieces displayed in the Kirkland museum is ‘Concerning Burma’, which was created in 1964, during the 4th period of a total of five distinct periods that his works of art spanned. His main technique here was creating a painting with the use of oil and water and incorporating techniques... Analysis of Art:...
Art
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...Truth to nature does not have to involve painting something exactly how it is. A painting much evoke some type of emotion and may resemble something only an imagine of an individual can think of. The period of art that went away from the natural forms became so iconic within our history and still remain today as some of the most important pieces of art.... ? Drawing is a time of art that produces two-dimensional pictures using instruments such as pen and ink, graphite pencils, crayons, and charcoal. Drawing is mainly done on paper. Examples of famous drawers include Leonardo da Vinci and his drawings such as Study of Arms and Hands (1474) and the Grotesque Profile (1487-1490)....
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...Art Different societies use art as an important aspect of their culture. Art is dynamic and covers different aspectsand practices such as literature, statues, building, clothing, poetry, songs and architectural designs. The art of any culture ‘reflects attitude’ thus playing a huge role in defining the practices and cultural roles of a given society. Attitude represents the hypothetical provision or construct that represents the degree to which an individual appears to dislike or like something (Fairbanks 76). Reflecting on the image, it is notable that the painting style was all about color, beauty, poetry and pleasure. It also appears that the art is full of ideas and depictions... , which...
Truth In Storytelling: Embellishment vs. Actual Truth
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...Truth In Storytelling: Embellishment vs. Actual Truth Unlike telling actual facts or truths, storytelling is not an easy task. Even silly things may catch the attention of the people if it is presented with some decoration. On the other hand, even serious things may not catch the attention of the public if it is presented in a dull manner. Embellishment is the major feature of storytelling. Some people believe that storytelling is a kind of lying. However, storytelling and lying are entirely different things. While somebody says lies, his intention is to misdirect the audience. On the other hand the intention of the orator in storytelling is to convince or catch the attention of the audience...
Art
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...Arts PART VISUAL ELEMENTS Two Examples: Visual Element: Space Artist: Art Medium: paint on canvas Comments: Artist has created space in composition through: • Placement. There are objects that are read further away and those in the foreground. Those closer to us are lower composition while the furthest ones are of high composition • There is a spatial depth; one can feel these when you view the image. • There is convergence of elements at the background creating a feeling of depth • Elements are arranged to recede towards the background • There is also clarity and distortion; objects that are near are clear compared to those far away. There is also a distortion in arrangement... Visual...
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...bring the material into its final shape. Carving is an example of a subtractive process and has been employed frequently to in history to make sculptors out of stone. While in the additive process, the sculptor starts with a limited quantity of material but as the work proceeds, he adds material to give sculpture... ? Discuss the subtractive and additive processes. What part do they play in the creation of sculpture?  All the types of sculpture make use of two essential processes: additive process and subtractive process. In a subtractive process, the sculptor begins work with a material in a quantity more than that is required for the final product. The sculptor removes or chips away excess material to...
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...Art Number] (Courtesy of Denver Art Museum, Levin) The evocative painting of S. Levin is a fusion of nature and fantasy. The objective of the portrait could be to show the tranquillity or melancholy of a woman, either in her desired or dejected surroundings or could be in her supposed illusion. The closure of eyes, flowers in a sea-weed fashion, a fish or a squid at the top back right corner, makes one comprehend that the woman in the portrait is under the sea water. She is either a mermaid or a native Indian woman in water. Only her torso is visible, thus, one cannot suggest either it’s a mermaid or a woman under the water. Her serene expressions depict...
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...Truth They say survival is for the fittest. One would relevantly want to know the meaning and truth underlying the life in a hostile environment. Both Nafisi and O'Brien search to find meaning in the life-threatening and hostile worlds. There are eminent similarities as well as differences in their views as articulated in their respective passages. Objects representing the life challenges that define their survival such as mountaintops, concrete and abstract ways, are consistent in the passages. This paper analyses both readings, “How to Tell a True War Story” by Tim O’Brien’s and "Reading Lolita in Tehran" by Azar Nafisi. To achieve this noble goal, the paper will discuss the different... ?The Hidden...
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...brings the art to life and appear real. When it comes to the balance, Paul ensured symmetry in the painting making it less overpowering and complicated. There is repetition of the elements in the painting which brings about the feeling of harmony and also stresses similarities within the painting making it even more interesting to look at (Preble, Preble and Frank, 168). Work Cited Arnheim, Rudolf. The genesis of a painting: Picassos Guernica. California: University of California Press, 2006. Preble, Duane, Preble, Sarah and Frank, Patrick. Artforms: an introduction to the visual arts. New York: Prentice Hall, 2002.... Principles of design Discuss how form achieves content through the discussion of...
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