The Thinker by Auguste Rodin
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A man is able to do something out of something that already exists, he fashions it in a manner by which he always consider the kind of material that exist; but everything is possible, and every idea can be freely conceived if you create something out of nothing like what God have done. … One of them is Franois-Auguste-Ren Rodin, popularly known as Auguste…
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Modernism 1 Modernism In APA Style Name Modernism 2 Thesis The era of modern art begins in the 1860s to the 1970s and denotes the style and philisophy art in that period. The term is noramlly connected to the previous era and throws the traditions aside to experiment on a newer spirit in relation to the customs of the time.… This paper talks about the some of…
Legion of Honor
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When one visits the place, a huge foundation will welcome a guest. Its building is also reminiscent of Greco-Roman influences with all its pillars and sculptures. There are also… The works of legendary masters can be found there such as the work Rembrandt, Monet, Degas and Rodin. Claude Monet’s iconic work Waterlilies is also a part of the collection. Other…
How does each sculpture convey the idea of love which one do you believe conveys this idea more effectively Why
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Rodin sculpts two lovers who are kissing passionately. The Kiss is a representation of romance in love and thus advocates mainly for sex as opposed to… Indiana’s sculpture is placed in the open space, whereas Rodin’s sculpture is displayed in the Musée Rodin, which means Rodin Museum. The Kiss is one of Rodin’s greatest works. The sculptor is famed for other…
Gustav Klimt's The Kiss, The Kiss by August Rodin and The Kiss by Konstatin Brancusi
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The Kiss by Gustav, Konstatin and Auguste are great works of art by the three artists who hade the same concept of a couple embraced passionately kissing. This reveals of how the artists wanted to capture the theme of love in their works in a manner that could be understood by all. … Although there is a similarity in their works of art, the artists have used…
Museum Visit Humi 16
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“The Thinker” displays a genuine human emotion, which most viewers can interact with on a personal level. It also appreciates the art and intellectual societies since in symbolizes… It represents a masculine man, who has a strong sense of power, which is apparently not threatening (Rodin 1). His massive form also adds to its dynamic torsion. The result is a…
Office art memo
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Impressionist artists painted the life issues of the period taking departure from the traditional art based on mythology and history. That is why it is also known as realism. Moreover, there is no denying to the fact that all… I take this opportunity to recommend three pieces of art from Impressionism period that will surely embellish our corporate office and…
Modern and Contemporary Style
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In this context, the sculptors and pictures portray the complex concept of art and the blend of creativity and innovation when it comes to presentation. The two aspects of art include elements and principles of… This piece of art portrays the film industry icon of French nationality, Sarah Bernhardt as taken by Emile Tourtin in 1877. It can be seen that…
1.Visit a museum or gallery exhibition or attend a theater, dance, or musical performance
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These utilities serve many functions. It is undoubtedly that people who attend such facilities gain lot of information related to art and its development over time. Culture,… There is abundant collection of art that simply breath-taking. The stunning glass pyramid on the central courtyard remained a marvelous place to commence the tour of the museum. Being in…
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Aesthetics is the philosophical study of art, both in terms of what defines the specific nature of an art object and what is necessary for some artifact to be called “art”. These are intuitively important questions for those who have an appreciation of art; for instance, if… namely, the characteristics that make an art object “beautiful” in the sense that it…
The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi
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The paper compares two works by Auguste Rodin and by Constantin Brancusi - The Kiss. The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi curved out of limestone is a depiction of two people of opposite gender in a passionate embrace. … Auguste Rodin’s sculpture The Kiss made out of marble is an illustration of passionate love and affection. The love has been demonstrated quite…
Art
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Aesthetics is the philosophical study of art, both in terms of what defines the specific nature of an art object and what is necessary for some artifact to be called “art”. These are intuitively important questions for those who have an appreciation of art; for instance, if one goes to a museum and sees an object that was placed next to a valuable exhibit by chance, what objective characteristics separate that object placed there by chance from the object placed for the enjoyment of the museum goers.…
Compare and contract those two artists : Robin, August and Mueck, Rom
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Although the two artists may seem miles apart in artistic circles, both August Rodin and Ron Mueck worked to portray their art from a realist perspective. Rather than presenting the idealized body of the Neoclassicists, Rodin’s sculpture concentrated on capturing the actual… They are so realistic that there were several accusations made that he was working…
Art Museum Assignment
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A River in Normandy, an oil on canvas painting from the Dallas Museum of Art collection is an artwork by English artist Richard Parkes Bonington was done between 1824 and 1825 with the dimensions of 22.86 centimeters x 30.48 centimeters. A son of a drawing master and an arts… It captures a man by a boat at the river and the tranquil surroundings. Analyzing…
Cultural Event Report
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Clearly identify the event location, date attended, the attendees, and your initial reaction upon arriving at the event. I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the 8th of this month of June with a few friends of mine. … I have never visited a museum before and I was not sure what to expect. The next thing I noticed was the seemingly heavy security…
5 paragraphy report on Neoclassic & Romantic Periods
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Laurie Schneider Adams, in the fourth edition of her book ‘A History of Western Art’ (2004), studies the growth and spread of two opposite strains of artistic development in the Western world: Neoclassicism and Romanticism. While Neoclassical art forms looked to revive an… Neoclassicism looked for purity and control in art: boldly defined colors and…
Depression
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The 1930s was a difficult period in the history of the United States vaguely similar to the current economic meltdown, however due to different reasons. The vast plains of the continent were afflicted with the worst of dust storms for almost the entire decade due to agriculture… The humiliation they suffered and the agonies they had to endure in order to feed…
History of Film - Dossier
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In the three following articles, I wish to present a comprehensive examination of the art and aesthetics of Jean Renoir, the legendary French filmmaker whose assays into the impressionistic modes of life and subtle analysis of characters still stand as iconic elements in film… (Lanzoni 2005) A comparison between Carne and Renoir helps us to capture fully a…
Impressionism and Its Effect of the Development of Art
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The essay explores impressionism and it's effect of the development of art. Impressionism is looked at as being the first ever-distinct modern movement in the world of painting. Initially, the Impressionism art movement started in the 19th century as a group France artists.… The essay "Impressionism and Its Effect of the Development of Art" discovers…
History of Film - Dossier
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A Dossier on Jean Renoir: His Art and Aesthetics In the three following articles, I wish to present a comprehensive examination of the art and aesthetics of Jean Renoir, the legendary French filmmaker whose assays into the impressionistic modes of life and subtle analysis of characters still stand as iconic elements in film history and theory.… (Lanzoni 2005)…
Art History
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Their works became the classics. Nevertheless, the Impressionists’ way to success was long and challenging. They were not allowed at official exhibitions, widely criticized in the press, contemporaries did not… What world did they see in the early 1860s, when Impressionism stormed into their lives as the wind of change? Social disruptions at the end of the…
Paintings in art history
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The essay "Paintings in art history" explores the most famous paintings, movements, and artists in the context of art history. Fifteenth-century artist Sandro Botticelli is noted for his lyrical, flowing style, often decorative and showing a certain elegance.… Fifteenth-century artist Sandro Botticelli is noted for his lyrical, flowing style, often decorative…
What is the role of the British Museum in the history of modern sculpture in Britain
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Located on the Great Russell Street in London, the British Museum is committed to human history and culture since it was established way back in 1753. … Its collection of great art and antiquities has been collected from around the globe and is an excellent portrayal of all the continents. This collection documents and illustrates in great detail the story of…
Art work of James Luna as a performer and his art works, and also creating a thesis or argument surrounding his art works. Or you can write on the Dorset culture, anyone that you feel comfortable with, just apply same instructions
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In the rise of the contemporary art scene, it cannot be denied that the most common form of artworks present in galleries have been installations and performances. Combination of mediums happen and the artworks consists of relatively different themes; ranging from the cultural,… 2 This paper, at the onset, will not be focusing more on the biography of James…
Art in the Age of Revolution
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The report Art in the Age of Revolution talks that the concept of Realism was based on direct examination of the modern world. It abandoned the idealized classicism of intellectual art and the striking ideas of Romanticism. Social Realism Art reflected its presence as portrayals of injustice.… From the above study, it can be very well concluded that during the…
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