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...artist that has had the pleasure of exhibiting her work internationally. Her artwork has been featured in renown art galleries in the around the world including IBM Gallery in New York City, Museu de Arte Moderna in Rio de Janeiro, Les Cite des Arts et des Nouvelles Technologies de Montreal, Musee d’Art Modern de la Ville de Paris and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. She is a professor in the School of Art Institute in Chicago (Renee Diane Klaas, 2). Joan’s work is incredible clearly showing the sharp contrast between digital and analogue life. The two images, the mother/daughter, and the Rites of Passage show tensions coming... are represented by patterns from sequential series...
Artist critique
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...Artist critique Introduction Born in 1415, Piero della Francesca was an Italian painter of the renaissance famous for various paintings including Saint Jerome and a Supplicant currently displaying at the New York Museum of art. The artist perfected the profession with his artistic and critical view of religion a major social feature at the time. Piero della Francesca died on 12 October 1492 of heart related complications in his home town of San Sepolcro. The painting, Saint Jerome and a Supplicant just as with many other of his works is a tempera and oil on wood. The image that has lasted for more than six centuries still exhumes...
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...artist and a yoga She had developed her Abstract Expressionism (Encyclopedia of Art, n.d.) in painting, which defines her inner peace for herself. Laurie graduated a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in the “Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City” in 1992 (Weebly, 2010). After three years, she specialized a Master’s of Science in Art Education Artist in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. However, at the age of 30, she transferred to Mallorca, Spain. Figure 1. “Return Home” (Pearsall, 2009a) Laurie Ann’s immigration to Spain could be considered as one of the most highlighted chapter... Laurie Ann Pearsall Laurie Ann Pearsall, born in Massachusetts, U.S.A in 1970, is an expert visual...
About artist
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...Artist- Michael Alan Profile The artist chosen here is Michael Alan, who is an American personality who was born in the year 1977 inthe New York City. Alan has reflected his creativity through various modes like paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, videos and performances. Michael Alan had his first solo art exhibition in Chelsea gallery and was consequently published in the cover of elemental magazine. The exhibition named “Artsiety” displayed 90 of his works and brought awe and inspiration in to the mind of art lovers. He has presented his work in many solo exhibitions throughout galleries in New York City. Moreover, he has acquired masters from Pratt Institute of Brooklyn... Topic About an Artist- ...
Artist manager
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...Artist Manager David Spero is one of the best pioneers of rock music and artistic managers, as well. He upgraded his passionate career through the ownership of the prominent alliance art limited production in the Cleveland. David comes from a very humble family background. His father, Herman Spero was as well involved in the production management career, which later inspired him into the same career as his father. He began his career at the tender age of 13 years old. David while nurturing his career worked as a cue postcard holder on the upbeat show, which his father was the production manager. At the age of 15 years old, he was so much interested in the helping, in the setting... David Spero as a...
Women Artist
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...artist also show some naughtiness evident when the man strays away from his lover... Love and Beauty in Francois Boucher’s Lovers in a Park The 18th century gave birth to a new style in the art scene as a result of rebellion against the strict regulations that mapped the Baroque period. This new style was the Rococo style involving finer details in decorations, color use, myths of love, and representation of pastoral and leisurely landscapes among other characteristics. The painting Lovers in a Park by Boucher is a typical example of Rococo style of painting. This is a painting was created in 1758 during the reign of Louis XV. Lovers in a Park on display at the Timken Museum of Art, San Diego is an oil...
Sound Artist
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...Artist Introduction Design, arrangement ant manipulation of the space’s physical properties is called “mother of arts” architecture. Architecture is different from other forms of arts, for the daily movement it generates spaces. Moreover, it attracts the artistic tastes, when it is more than merely useful. People can see, feel, and hear the artistic messages in structures, which is a combination of materials, shapes and colors. The architects communicate their observations through spatial words; these words are embedded with symbolic language mirroring culture. This process is just like writing a poem1. Architects completely keep in mind the visual dimensions of a structure for communicating...
Research An Artist
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...Artist – Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954) Order No. 529931 “I never paint dreams or nightmares, I paint my own reality” (Frida Kahlo) The Early Life of the Artist 1. When was the artist born? The artist was born July 6th 1907. www.biography.com/featured-biography/frida-kahlo/ 2. Where was the artist born?   The artist was born in Coyoacan, Mexico City, Mexico. www.biography.com/featured-biography/frida-kahlo/ 3. Note any information you were able to find on the parents of the artist.  Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo’s parents were Matilde and German-born Guillermo Kahlo, a photographer. www.biography.com/featured-biography/frida... Research an...
Artist Management Essay
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...ARTIST MANAGEMENT Introduction James Morrison is a 28 year old guitarist, singer and song born in Rugby, Warwickshire. The music artist has registered a lot of success in the music industry which demonstrated by his hit singles such as “You Give Me something” and “You Make It Real” and their popularity especially in Europe. Regardless of the growing international popularity of the artist, it is notable that he is relatively less popular when compared to the recent successes of artists such as Lil Wayne and Celine Dion. LeBlanc (2002, p. 39) illustrates that it is through appropriate, effective or proper...
Managing The Artist Assignment
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...ARTISTS Task Managing artists Introduction Artist management involves the activities of organizations or persons thatfacilitate the success of artists. The artist manager makes use of the artists’ potential in benefiting both parties of the agreement (Allen, 2011, p.1). Laws in place have affected the customs and practices in artist management over the last twenty-five years in music. Acts by the governing authorities have contributed to these changes in the United Kingdom. Initially agreement between artists and their managers neglected issues relating with the requirement of laws. However, dissatisfaction by artistes led to filing of suits, which later formed precedent by altering... ? MANAGING ARTISTS ...
The Artist Henri Matisse
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...Artist Matisse Artiste Matisse was a French artist who was regarded as a prominent painter along with Pablo Picasso. His works used colour and his draughtsmanship was outstanding. He was not only a painter but also a sculptor, printmaker and draughtsman. He was born in Northern France and decided to become an artist disregarding his father. His painting landscapes in a traditional format and used colour theory in his works. He was one of the most influential artists of twentieth century. He altered the course of modern art and introduced innovation with creation. He also explored drawing during his artistic tenure. The artist skill of Matisse was not only unique but it was like experiencing... ...
Managing the Artist
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...artist. This work focuses on the musical artist Leon Jackson as an example of trying to explain this concept of music as a business and specifically on the theme of personal management of the artist. Jackson is a contemporary adult and pop song artist who began his music career in 2007 after winning a recording deal in a talent show. His development in the music scene has recently seen him fall out with the recording company... The musical career is described as a lucrative business path that has offered career opportunities for many people. With regards to this, the text look at the music industry and focuses on the theme of personal, management and how it relates to the success of any single musical...
A contemporary artist
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...artist Pablo Picasso and his artwork work named as The Old Guitarist (1903-04). The first section, named as description and media, will deal with the artist’s biographical information, background, the medium used by the artist, its characteristics, and meaning. The second section named as analysis, will focus on the visual elements and theories related to design. The third section named as interpretation, will deal with the work’s content and theme in general. The concluding section, named as judgment, will deal with the researcher’s personal views/opinion on the artwork... . A Contemporary Artist: Description The artist (say, Pablo Picasso) was...
Artist Antonio Martorrell
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...Artist Antonio Martorell ‘Antonio Martorell was born on April 18, 1939 in Santurce, Puerto Rico to Antonio Martorell II and Luisa Cardona’1. Antonio started showing interest in art when he was a small boy. The eldest of the three children, Antonio used to spend a lot of time drawing. He went to Georgetown University, Washington D.C to study diplomacy and later to Julio Martin Caro2, Madrid to learn painting. On his return to hometown, he joined the workshop of Lorenzo Homer at Institute of Puerto Rican Culture3. Presently, he works at University of Puerto Rico, Cavey as Resident Artist and Museum Director of Ramon Frade Museum4. His writing career is quiet...
Pop Artist Andy Warhol
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...artist who was highly obsessed with celebrity and the overall consumer culture. He came up with some of the most iconic images seen in the 20th century. He was able to draw from popular culture and subject matters that emerged on a day-to-day basis. He created works like the Marilyn Monroe portrait using printmaking’s silk-screen to achieve his desired characteristics, flat color areas and the observed hard edges. He enjoyed celebrity cultivation. He also mentored other artists including Keith Haring (Oliva, 2013). He liked using deep colors for his paintings with clear lighting since he mainly aimed at cultivating celebrity. This made him the most... Andy Warhol Andy Warhol Andy Warhol was a pop artist...
Artist and manager
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...Artist Management Business Bruno Mars is a singer-song and record engineer/producer based in the United s. Hehas a net worth of $15million. Mars began producing music at a young age and participated in a series of behind-the-scenes jobs before establishing his name. Reared by a Hawaiian family of musicians, Mars got engage in multiple music performances early in his profession like composing songs for Brandy. He has as well sung backup for the Sugababes, and imitating Elvis. However it was hi co-writing Of Flo Rida’s debut song Right Round in 2009 that cast Mars to worldwide fame. A year later, he worked in partnership with rapper B.o.B on Nothin’ on You and core-wrote...
Artist Antonio Martorrell
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...Artist Antonio Martorell ‘Antonio Martorell was born on April 18, 1939 in Santurce, Puerto Rico to Antonio Martorell II and Luisa Cardona’1. Antonio started showing interest in art when he was a small boy. The eldest of the three children, Antonio used to spend a lot of time drawing. He went to Georgetown University, Washington D.C to study diplomacy and later to Julio Martin Caro2, Madrid to learn painting. On his return to hometown, he joined the workshop of Lorenzo Homer at Institute of Puerto Rican Culture3. Presently, he works at University of Puerto Rico, Cavey as Resident Artist and Museum Director of Ramon Frade Museum4. His writing career is quiet...
20th Century Artist
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...Artist Art is a form of life. People express themselves through various forms of artistic expression. The period post 19th century has been characterized by different personalities who can be described as very talented in terms of artistic expressions. This essay is an evaluative insight into the life and times of John Caplans. John Caplans is one of the most revered artists of modern times. His date of birth was in 1920. He was born on the 24th day of June in the year 1920. Most of his paintings were influenced by the experiences he had. His country of birth was Britain. During the formative years of his life, he was influenced by the events of the firs world war as well as the Second... 20th Century...
20th Century Artist
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...Artist Art is a form of life. People express themselves through various forms of artistic expression. The period post 19th century has been characterized by different personalities who can be described as very talented in terms of artistic expressions. This essay is an evaluative insight into the life and times of John Caplans. John Caplans is one of the most revered artists of modern times. His date of birth was in 1920. He was born on the 24th day of June in the year 1920. Most of his paintings were influenced by the experiences he had. His country of birth was Britain. During the formative years of his life, he was influenced by the events of the firs world war as well as the Second... 20th Century...
Artist michelangelo biography
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...artists of the Italian Renaissance. He was born on March 6, 1475, in Rome Italy. Michelangelos father, Lodovico, was serving as a magistrate in the village when he received the blessings of the birth of his second of five sons with his wife, Francesca Neri. They decided returned to Florence when Michelangelo was still a kid. 1487 – FLORENCE Michelangelo was introduced to the painter Domenico Ghirlandaio. He realized at the early age that his son had no concern or interest in the family business, so he agreed to apprentice him, at the age of 13, to a workshop that was well known. There, Michelangelo learned the technique of panel painting... Introduction Michelangelo was one of the most famous artists...
Art and the Artist
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...Artist: The Development of an Artist's Identity Introduction Art is art when the objet d'art appeals to one's peculiar taste or sense of beauty. This common definition of art indicates that art is a means of individual expression whle art appreciation depends on one's individual beliefs and perspectives. In fact, another popular definition of art describes it as an act of doing, making and creating something of your own. Your art seems to be saying: "This is me. This is what I think." Thus, being artistic and creative means being able to make things look different by intentional manipulation of the art elements, by changing shapes or colors and by using one's imagination to do... Art and the...
Remarkable Artist. Marina Abramovic.
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...Artist Instruction Fashion is a reference to all things that are popular within a said culture at any one time. It is inclusive of areas such as dress codes, literature, architecture and art. It is imperative to point out that fashion changes with time. As such, it is often employed to describe the latest version of accessories and trends. Widely cited, term fashion is synonymous with style, glamour and beauty. This implies that when art is regarded as fashion, it must fall in line with these traits (Verte?s, Holme and Davis 1944, P.7). In the setting of the contemporary society, what a person wears is regarded as a fashion statement. In this paper, the focus is on art and within... ? Remarkable Artist...
"spoon ring"artist statement
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...Artist ment: Spoon Ring This piece en d “spoon ring” incorporates two very different concepts in the same item: it is a wearable ring and at the same time a fully functional spoon that can be used for lifting sugar and stirring hot drinks. This quirky combination gives the spoon ring an interesting twist on both concepts, and makes it a light-hearted and amusing object, which is bound to attract attention at any formal or informal meeting where tea and coffee are served. The spoon ring is made of 96% fine silver and 4% copper which means that it has an attractive lustrous appearance, which is ideal for jewellery to be worn on the hand. The inspiration for this format was...
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...Artist Report Paper Leonardo’s da Vinci art Leonardo da Vinci is a well known artist during the Renaissance. He isnot only is he an amazing artist, but also a professional on other subjects such as Science, Mathematics, anatomy, and engineering. With immense knowledge, Da Vinci’s art style differentiates him from others; he always uses a real person as his model. Da Vinci believes that art is experienced from nature rather than religion. Therefore, his art piece strongly brings the portraits to life due to the model, unlike other artists who uses imagination in their artwork. Da Vinci was born in a wealthy family. His father, Ser Piero da Vinci... Pan Lin Prof. Michelle Yee Art History 001 Nov. 28,...
Artist Report Paper
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...artist from Brooklyn, New York. His works are in the direction of the Ashcan School of American Realists. This paper is about how the effects of modern technology apply to his works. I chose three works to analyze that are shown on David Kassan’s website. These paintings are all oil paintings upon wood panels. His works are spectacular, almost like-like in quality of sharpness and clarity of the images portrayed in his works. The three paintings which will be analyzed in this paper are: Approaching Noise, Head Study, and Grace in profile. Approaching Noise Approaching Noise is done in oil upon a 40 x 34 inch wood panel. The woman... of an elderly man with his shirt off. The lighting of the...
The artist Vik Muniz
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...artistic painting, writing, and singing started in the 20th century in the late 1960s. During this period, artists developed different art styles that eventually yielded them the unprecedented fame, which lasts to the modern global society. Undoubtedly, their artworks extend considerately to lure the passion of viewers and readers globally. Most of the famous artists in contemporary artists are Marina who is a performance artist, Peggy Ahwesh who is a video artist, and Vik Muniz who is a Brazilian painter. Artists focus on painting as a form of expressing their emotions, thoughts, and depicting the perceived pictorial presentation of documented and undocumented history... Vik Muniz Contemporary artistic ...
Frida Kahlo - Surrealist Artist
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...artists although she experienced numerous difficulties in trying to attain her artistic career. When she was a child, she contracted polio and was expected never to walk again. However, through force of will, Kahlo learned to walk again only to be struck by a trolley car later in life, again predicted never to walk again and yet again defying the odds (Beck, 2006). Throughout her life, Kahlo experienced the pain of this accident, undergoing numerous surgeries and often being confined to bed for long stretches of time, or buckled into a ceramic cast to help support her. Rather than restricting her art, though, this confinement... Frida Kahlo Frida Kahlo is among the more recognized female Surrealist...
Research about drawing artist
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...artist and was asked by del Verrocchio to help him with The Baptism of Christ. It is said that da Vinci’s work on the kneeling angel in this painting surpassed his master’s. At the age of 20, he was accepted into the painter’s guild of Florence. He moved to Milan in 1482 and here was where he created one of his greatest works, The Last Supper. Da Vinci would head back to Florence around 1500 and get commissioned to do a couple of paintings he would never finish before... Born on April 15, 1452 to Ser Piero and Caterina, Leonardo da Vinci was an illegitimate child who was brought up by his father. Da Vinci worked in Florence as an apprentice for Andre del Verrochio. The 15-year-old was already a gifted...
Matisse The Artist
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...ARTIST HOW INSPIRES YOU Art has lived with man from time immemorial. Though this discipline takes different forms, visual art plays a critical role in defining everyday experience of man. The cultural aspect of the society is closely bound by ancient and modern art. A critical analysis of the painting under question explores the level of creativity it takes to produce such quality of art (Matisse, et al.2004). Matisse is credited with transforming the concept of visual art alongside other great talents. In essence, this painting offers an insight into the complex blend of various tools that yield such an attractive painting. This master piece is more than inspiration and a rare discovery... MATISSE-ARTIST...
Write about 5 artist
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...Artists Jennifer Losch Bartlett Jennifer Losch Barlett is one of the few renowned modern-day female artists inthe United States. Born in 1941 in Long Beach, California, Bartlett is best known for her paintings which exhibit elements from both abstract and representational art concepts. She received her MFA in 1965 from the Yale School of Art and Architecture. By this time, minimalism was a dominant art style that was widely being used by several artists in the US (Gray 26). While studying for her MFA, she was influenced by artists such as Jim Dine, James Rosenquist, Alex Katz, Al Held and Robert Rauschenberg. It is at Yale...
Mark Rothko - Artist
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...artist, Marcus was searching for a specific art style to appropriate for his ideas. Among his attempts to make his presence felt in the art scene is the small show at the Museum of Art in Portland in 1933 displaying some... ?For a Jew born in the Russian town of Dvinsk, it may seem an impossible feat to conquer or even enter New York’s art scene and the Museum of Modern Art. But Marcus Rothkowitz did not just ascend the art scene or exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, he has been setting records in renowned art auction houses with his abstract paintings of disquieting empty frames and bands in intense and contrasting hues long after he had passed away. Born in September 25, 1903 in a Russian Jew...
Glass Artist Josh Simpson
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...Artist Josh Simpson Josiah James Linsly Simpson, jr or Josh Simpson (born 1949) is an artist who produces marvels in glass spheres. Josh, educated in Kent School in Kent, Connecticut, later attended Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, between 1968 and 1973. It was during this period that he learned to blow glass. (Simpson Website: Timeline) He started around thirty years back by making goblets, and spent 17 years "seeking the perfect goblet."(Simpson Website: Evolution) He now lives in Massachusetts with his wife Cady Coleman, an astronaut, whose space travel also influenced his art - his best-known works are his Inhabited Planets, large spheres that contain images from nature like... ...
African American Artist "outline"
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...Artist Renee Stout born 1958 is a contemporary craftsman known for array fine arts managing her particular history and African-American heritage.[1] Born in Kansas, brought up in Pittsburg, living in Washington, DC, and emphatically associated through her specialty to New Orleans, Stout has solid binds to various parts of the United States. Her specialty reflects this, with topical enthusiasm toward African Diasporas society from all around the United States. Renee was conceived in Junction City, Kansas, and brought up in Pittsburgh, in a family that appreciated innovative exercises. Her mother did embroidery. Her father, a repair person and steelworker, jumped at the chance... to tinker. An...
Music Appreciation- Artist Research
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...Artist Research Chris Brown- Hip Hop Entertainer Chris Brown is currently among the most popular music artists in the modern hip hop music industry. From a young hip hop and R&B entertainer, Brown has amassed immense attention among the youth thereby becoming extremely famous in the industry. According to Thompson, Chris Brown rose to fame at a tender age of 16, moving ‘up the celebrity ranks as one of the top media draws in the industry’ (n.d.). The Saddleback Educational Publishing traces Brown music prowess to his imitation of Michael Jackson’s dance styles (5). Born in 1989 in Tappahannock, Virginia, Chris Brown started practicing Michael Jackson’s dancing moves, particularly... Music Appreciation-...
Contemporry artist Fatimah Tuggar
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...artist Fatimah Tuggar 2006 Contemporary African artist Fatimah Tuggar is a representative of the Afrofuturism predominantly in the visual arts. Herself, she has received her master's degree at Yale University and attended both the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. She as an artist has constructed a world of images and sculptural objects which investigate the way in which cultures meet, collide and hybridize. Tuggar examines the role of women and the influence of technology in a world driven by development. With the help of computer, she manipulates images collage photographs from rural Africa with modern advertisements and high... Contemporary...
The artist M.C. Escher
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...Artist M.C. Escher Maurits Escher was a Dutch graphic artist and his main work was printmaking. He was born in Holland and his father was acivil engineer. His inspiration to be an architect made him enrolled in the school of architecture in Haarlem. While studying, his interested shifted to drawing and printing work. He became famous from creating mathematically challenging artwork. The tools he used in his drawings were simple, and naked eyes, however he managed to create stunning mathematical work. He mainly focused on division of plane and played around with spaces that seemed to be impossible. In some of his works, he created polytypes that cannot be...
An artist from time
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...artist, born July 15, 1606, Leiden, Neth – died October 4, 1669, Amsterdam. Rembrandt was widely known as the best etcher of his time, draftsman, painter of portraits, biblical, mythological and historical painting. He was the most fashionable portrait painter in 1630s. His etching cost much even during his lifetime, his technical mastery having a lasting effect on printmakers for centuries. His painting was characterized by rich color, broad brushwork and a mastery of chiaroscuro. His major interest was human psychology, his portraits and self-portraits exhibiting his... that Rembrandt got acquainted with works of the major baroque artists, with their interest to light and...
Artist reaserch and comparison
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...Artist Research and Comparison Tomma Abts The night of Monday, December 6, 2006, was a memorable one for few people. It was the night when a jury of Lyn Barber, Margot Heller, Matthew Higgs, Andrew Renton, and Nicholas Serota decided that this year’s Turner Award would go to Tomma Abts. This became pretty much of news because she became the first female painter to receive this award. Quite surprisingly, the next morning when she was interviewed she did not seem to be excited and thinking about the last night. Moreover, she also admitted that she never had any formal training or lesson for painting and art. Born in 1967, and currently around 43 years of age, Tomma Abts was...
Artist Reading Summary
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...artistic approach, inaccurately drew the native culture and history as was knowledgeable to them. Linda explains how tradition methods of collecting and producing native art practices by Westerners altered the outlook. Linda Smith says the manner in which the colonialist perceived and presented knowledge about natives and their aspects of life is misleading (Smith 1). Janet Berlo observes in Early years of Native America History states... Understanding of Indian Art Mario A. Caro, in his essay, “Owning the Picture,” explains how the native art shifted in production. That happened through the passing of two ACTs (NAGPRA act of 1992 and The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990) which supported the...
Franz Kafka's "A Hunger Artist
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...Artist" Introduction One of the best works ever written by Franz Kafka was "A Hunger Artist." In the year 1922, it represented the title piece in the last series of books that he ever wrote. Most of Kafka's stories included certain repeating themes, and "A Hunger Artist" was no exception. The themes that are included in Kafka's stories, including "A Hunger Artist" were art, asceticism, corruption with regard to human relationships, death, futility, isolation, personal failure, and spiritual poverty. This particular novel, however, is quite autobiographical. Kafka felt isolated and alienated as a modern artist of his time, so the novel... How Does the (Franz Kafka)'s Life Affect the Story "A Hunger...
Article on artist Nina Valetova
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...artists’ these artists’ have always thought out of the box and their works spoke volumes about their creativity and talent. This paper will shed light upon the works of Nina Valetova. Nina Valetova’s use of oils is without a doubt exemplary, the postmodern representation becomes all the more special with the creativity of the artist. Figurative and abstract imagery has been very well portrayed by the artist; the experimentation with different colors has also come of well in all the works. The hallucinatory effect which is conspicuous in several paintings is the result of the perfect blend of oil colors, very few artists in the whole... Client’s 27 July The world has seen the works of several talented...
The Artist in His Studio
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...Artist in his Studio Rembrandt who started in a family of simple means; and had no art background, studied and became a master in the Dutch Baroque School of Art. In the Artist in his Studio, he showed a young man at the beginning of his career. Many of the characteristics in this painting can be found not to have been used throughout his whole life. This paper will give a short biography. It will analyze the painting, emphasizing that the traits were indicative of the Baroque school where he used them in other works. He was a young artist. He hadn't yet established his style. To conclude, a summary will be given how Rembrandt added other...
90's Chinese Action artist
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...artist Visual arts and film a study is one area of study that is popular with analysis of different typesof artists in relation to their works of art. Among the main types or categories of artists discussed in this faculty are action works performed by different singers. Action songs or movies are always associated with certain individuals from some nations. For instance, it is rare to find action movies in the Islamic dominated regions like some parts of Asia. China is known to be popular with action performances and singers. This paper will use the basic principles of visual arts and film study to discuss two main Chinese artists in the 90s. The artists are Ma Liuming... Task: 90s Chinese Action...
Franz Kafkas A Hunger Artist
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...Artist" is, despite its length, rich in meaning. Examining the human condition from the absurdist philosophical perspective,"A Hunger Artist" emphasizes the senselessness of the world and the extent to which man is misunderstood and incapable of making himself understood. The protagonist, locked in a cage, is a professional self-starver, capable of fasting for periods longer than forty days. While the protagonist views his capacity for self-starvation as an art which he is trying to perfect, an achievement, the townsfolk either do not believe that he is truly fasting or see him as a freak,' not as the artist he perceives of himself as. Insofar as his purpose... is not understood and his...
Jackson Pollock as an artist
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...artist Jackson Pollock introduced a new metamorphism in the post world war two era of art because he came up with new diversification of abstract art and figurative imagery. Apparently he introduced the new concept of abstract art in which concepts of “pour” painting were introduced. As an artist he revolutionized the field of art in America due to his unique style of painting in whole body was involved. As an artist there are two phases of him in which he transformed. Firstly he was staunch advocate of representational art working like that of Picasso and his role models were mural artworks of Mexican artist but then his life took a new turn when he married a famous artist... Jackson Pollock as an...
American Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat
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...Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat Introduction Biography Jean-Michel Basquiat was born on the 22nd of December 1960 in New York, USA. Basquiat had a unique mastery of art in quite a wide range of fields including music, painting, poem writing and graffiti. Just before his death in August 1988, he had become a distinguished primitivist and neo-expressionist painter. Jean-Michel Basquiat was an intelligent child; he could read and write by the age of four. He could speak English and Spanish with excellent command the age of eleven. His parents and teachers noticed his unique ability in art and nurtured it from such tender age. When he was seven years old, Basquiat was involved in an accident, where... American...
Andy Warhol an American Artist
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...artists represent the realities of images. Every form these graphic media including the most famous paintings of Western art history makes the best use of different imaging technologies and technology of images is central to the human experience of visual culture. No other artist of the modern era is as much celebrated as Andy Warhol for the representation of everyday experience of visual culture with the use of most... Andy Warhol Andrew Warhola (1928 -1987), more familiarly known as Andy Warhol, the American painter, film maker, sculptor, print maker, illustrator, draftsman, writer, collector, and the most important figure in the visual art movement called Pop Art, was called by the media as the Prince ...
Portrait of an Artist MichelAngelo
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...artist Michelangelo Bounarrotui, a world-renowned artist, sculpture, painter, and poet. Born in 1475, his mother died when Michelangelo was very young. After his mother's death Michelangelo struggled against his father's objections to become an artist in Florence, Bologna, and Rome Italy. Michelangelo's dark and brooding nature would gain him a reputation as a moody and melancholy loner, an image that persists today. Yet... Michelangelo History occasionally presents the rare case where the son of a single parent that is raised in poverty rises to reshape the world's concept of itself and man's relationship to the world around him. No historical figure fits this model to a greater degree than the artist...
Analyzing an Artist''''''''s Process
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...Artists Process (Janine Antoni) Over the years, artistic styles have been aspects of interest in the contemporary world. This paper analyzes Janine Antoni art process. The essay reveals the steps that the clip reveals on Antonis process and an evaluation of the video titled ‘Touch’. Janine Antoni used an alginate product that presents a material similar to what dentists use in filling teeth. The product offers durable quality as it allows the artist detail every pore. Antoni can cast her hair. She started with developing a replica through carving the classical strand. Antoni created a mold through melting down chocolate weighing thirty-five pounds and pouring it to the mold (Antoni... Analyzing an...
Presence and absence artist statement
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...artists as me to blend presence and absence in our artworks. However this duality in the nature does not imply an absence of harmony. Embedding the impressions... ?Visual Kinematics: a of the Art Let the movement be slow and savour of solidity at the base and rise quivering to the tree tops and to the sky, always rising to meet it joyously and tremulously... the spirit must be... perpetually moving through, carrying on and inducing a thirst for more and a desire to rise. ~ Emily Carr (1871-1945) Most things in this world exist in pairs – life and death, happiness and sadness, hope and fear, yin and yang, love and hate; it is this dichotomy, which fundamentally exists in the universe, that drives artists...
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