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The Thinker by Auguste Rodin
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...Auguste Rodin Le Penseur (1880; The Thinker) Man is the towering masterpiece of God's creation. 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. In every dispensation there is one person that stands out. A genius is born. He may face consequences but is not hindered by a status of life neither by lack of resources. Many successful persons rose from a poor family, in fact there are people, who in their lack of resources, thrived to achieve their goals... The Thinker by...
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Art
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...Auguste Rodin, Paul Cezanne are some of the artists of the modern era who marked their own names in the history of art. This paper talks about the some of the works of Auguste Rodin in regards to their detailed compositions... ?Modernism Modernism In APA Style Modernism 2 Thesis The era of modern art begins in the 1860s to the 1970s and de s 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. Artists of this era experimented on a fresher take on art which entails new ideas and new ways of seeing it. Artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gaugin, Camile Claudel,...
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Legion of Honor
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...Rodin. Claude Monet’s iconic work Waterlilies is also a part of the collection. Other legendary work includes The Age of Bronze, Auguste Rodin, 1875, Trotting Horse Edgar Degas, 1881, The Kiss, Auguste Rodin, 1884, The Grand Canal, Claude Monet, 1908. The museum also has a wealth of collection of impressionists and post impressionists artwork such as the work Renoir, Cezanne, Seurat. Legendary modernist painters work such as the iconic works of Picasso and Braque can also be found in the Legion of Honor Museum. The museum has one of the most number of collections of old and recent masters that an art enthusiast will surely enjoy.... Teacher Legion of Honor building and Museum The building and...
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How does each sculpture convey the idea of love which one do you believe conveys this idea more effectively Why
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...Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss and Robert Indiana’s LOVE Two sculptures that indicate the context of love are The Kiss by Auguste Rodin and Robert Indiana’s sculpture titled, Love. 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 love. Although The Kiss is one of the most influential sculptures ever created in ancient times, Indiana also brings to the table a modernist impression of love. However, the sculpture represents the term love in which O is leaning whose symbolism cannot be underscored by mere...
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Gustav Klimt's The Kiss, The Kiss by August Rodin and The Kiss by Konstatin Brancusi
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...Auguste Rodin in his bid to make his thought known utilizes his magnificent skill of sculpting to produce an amazing sculpture. This work of art borrows its idea from the tale of a noblewoman who fell in love with her husband younger brother. However this hidden affair that sparked when the two fell in love while reading a book is discovered and the couple is killed by the woman’s husband. It is noted... that in the sculpture that the lovers' lips do not touch. This thus is used to suggesting that two lovers were interrupted and their affair ended even before they had the chance to share a passionate kiss. This sculpture created by Rodin is in marble to show that the artists...
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...Auguste Rodin between 1880 and 1881 (Rodin 1). “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 intellectualism. Question # 3 “The Thinker” is created in a sitting position by having his right elbow rested on his left knee. This position is appealing because it invokes a somber mood, in this figure, which would not have been created, when this piece was in a standing position and looking far... into the horizon. It represents a masculine man, who has a strong sense of power, which is apparently not threatening (Rodin 1). His massive form also...
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Office art memo
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...Auguste Rodin; The Château at Médan, 1880 by Paul Cézanne. Emotions, symbolism and visual imagery are the characteristics of post-impressionist works. Answer 2a: Rouen Cathedral in Full Sunlight Source: http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/impressionism.htm The first one in the bunch of impressionist paintings that I would choose is ‘Rouen Cathedral in Full Sunlight’, painted by Claude Monet in 1893. It needs to be placed in the visitor’s hall so that it can remind all concerned that our company is capable to withstand the test of times just like this cathedral. Answer 3a: Cathedral has a historical... Office Art Memo Chief Executive Officer ABC Subject: ...
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Modern and Contemporary Style
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...Auguste Rodin C.1880 This work displays the historical concepts that characterize art. The sculpture is a reflection of the artist’s impressive presentation skills. In respect of this master piece, the ability of the sculptor to bring out the best of art is open to all. In respect of this piece of art, the sculptor applies the elements clearly to address critical issues that pattern the message being sent by this work. Variation of color tone is offering a clear visual impression of the object with a sharp contrast between font view and the background. While the sculpture is dark colored, the background has a white appearance which displays the excellent application of contrast... Modern and...
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1.Visit a museum or gallery exhibition or attend a theater, dance, or musical performance
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...Auguste Rodin, from the outside. As much as most people are not art enthusiasts, the impressive collection was just astounding. Ranging from Egyptians, Greek to Romans Artifacts, there are numerous paintings. Among these pieces, of work... A visit to Louvre Museum in Paris Museum exhibitions have been a popular practice among many people, in different areas around the world. 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, religion, and political lessons are serious issues of interest learnt from the artistic expressions (Edward, 2008). The Louvre Museum is obviously o...
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Art
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...Auguste Rodin emerged in a time when traditional ways of sculpting were deeply ingrained into the practice. Although he helped bring about an age of modern sculpture, he accepted the traditions of the past and old ways of doing his work. Nevertheless, his new techniques pushed the limits of contemporary imagination for the time in which he created his art. His creations were... 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...
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The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi
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...Auguste Rodin (1886) Auguste Rodin’s sculpture The Kiss (1886) made out of marble is an illustrationof passionate love and affection. The love has been demonstrated quite vividly by the marble carving of a man and a woman embracing in passion. The carving was inspired by Dante’s Inferno, a story of adulterous love affair between Paulo Malatesta and Francesca da Rimini. They developed feelings for each other after reading a romantic novel of Lancelot and Guinevere jointly. In the sculpture Paulo is depicted holding what is believed to be the book the two read. In the romantic story, Paulo’s elder brother, who was actually Francesca’s husband, caught the two in the affair... and killed them....
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Art
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...Auguste Rodin emerged in a time when traditional ways of sculpting were deeply ingrained into the practice. Although he helped bring about an age of modern sculpture, he accepted the traditions of the past and old ways of doing his work. Nevertheless, his new techniques pushed the limits of contemporary imagination for the time in which he created his art. His creations... ?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...
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Compare and contract those two artists : Robin, August and Mueck, Rom
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...Rodin and Mueck: Is there anything in common? Although the two artists may seem miles apart in artisticcircles, 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 figure, complete with all its inconsistencies and imperfections, as it appeared in the here and now physical realm. Although the bodies are imperfect and cast in materials that don’t necessarily capture the natural coloring and textures of the human models thus losing some of their realism, they are beautifully rendered, highly expressive and emotionally moving. They are so... ...
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Art Museum Assignment
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...Auguste Rodin. The study is of a nude male figure exudes the facial expression which was retained for the final sculpture. The completed artwork was clad in a monk’s robe and portrayed to hold a key which symbolizes the key of the city. Rodin was a French sculptor whose inclination... 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 material supplier from Nottingham, the artist received his first watercolor painting education when at fifteen years old. He was more inclined to...
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Cultural Event Report
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...Auguste Rodin is not only a clear depiction of the society’s version of gender roles (especially... ? Cultural Event Report Affiliation: Clearly identify the event location, 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. It was the first time to enter the building and to say it was breath taking is an understatement. The museum is a gigantic building (I came to learn after I had gone in that it is among one of the largest museums in not only the country but the world as well). The building was a mass of activities and this was so because it was on a weekend and most people ...
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Depression
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...Auguste Rodin, has shown great workmanship in bringing out the fine details of human anatomy and has shown the well developed muscles which are prominent and highlighted. The man however seems to be oblivious of his physical attributes. Instead he seems to be lost in some intriguing thought which seems to preoccupy his mind... Depression: Analysis of Photographs The 1930s was a difficult period in the history of the United s 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 malpractices (www.usd.edu). This phenomenon transformed the whole North...
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5 paragraphy report on Neoclassic & Romantic Periods
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...Auguste Rodin. Perhaps his most famous work is The Thinker, which was originally intended to be a representation of Dante. Rodin’s concept of the human figure was deeply influenced by Italian sculpture. Meanwhile, American painting was continuing in the Realist vein with the likes of Winslow Homer and John Sargent. Aesthetes too began to a movement demanding ‘art for art’s sake’ which resulted in the content of art yielding to style. First Impressions don’t count! The Post Impressionists were artists of the late 19th century who were influenced... Introduction: Laurie Schneider Adams, in the fourth edition of her book ‘A History of Western Art’ (2004), studies the growth and spread of two opposite...
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History of Film - Dossier
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...Auguste Rodin. The main theme of his work was the well known and passionate love of Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta (1899). If we analyze the statue then it is very clear that the statue demonstrate a clear symbol of love among the couple. There was the clear indication, delight and happiness was there throughout their appearance in kissing each other which not only suggested that they were happy but also demonstrated the closeness and love that they have for each other. There was no difference... 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...
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Impressionism and Its Effect of the Development of Art
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...Auguste Rodin is thought to have employed Impressionism techniques in modeling... Outline Overview of the Impressionism art 2. Content and composition of Impressionism art 3. Influence of Impressionism on artists 4. Influence of Sculpture, Photography, and Film 5. Influence on Music and Literature 6. Influence on Painted Art Today and conclusion Impressionism and its effects on 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. However, its recognition occurred in late 17th Century with its influence spreading quickly to part of Eu...
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History of Film - Dossier
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...Auguste Rodin. The main theme of his work was the well known and passionate love of Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta (1899). If we analyze the statue then it is very clear that the statue demonstrate a clear symbol of love among the couple. There was the clear indication, delight and happiness was there throughout their appearance in kissing each other which not only suggested that they were happy but also demonstrated the closeness and love that they have for each other. There was no difference in the concept... ?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...
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Modern Artist - Constantin Brancusi
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...August Rodin however, he was most interested in searching for pure form and in the end he succeeded to convey the sense of gravity through his work pieces making from few basic elements. His art work is not only praised for the visual elegance but he also showed the sensitive use of material blended with direct peasant carving and Parisian Avant-grade (Sanda p30). His style was based upon his non-conventional approach towards art and creation of art pieces. He believes that main purpose of art work in to reveal the hidden truth behind different objects and not to present their appearances or outer impressions. He significantly contributed to the modern art... Number] Modern Artist - Constantin...
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Art History
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...Auguste Rodin in France, Paolo Troubetzkoy and Anna Golubkina in Russia). They called for the start of revolution in the views of their contemporaries. Thus, the Impressionists paved the way for subsequent formation of new art and aesthetic aspirations and ideas, new forms. Originated from Impressionism, Neo, Post-Impressionism, Fauvism subsequently stimulated the formation of new aesthetic trends and movements. BIBLIOGRAPHY Rewald, J. The History of Impressionism. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1961.... Impressionism IMPRESSIONISM Now we take Impressionist canvases as true and indisputable art. Their works became the ics. Nevertheless, theImpressionists’ way to success was long and challenging. They...
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What is the role of the British Museum in the history of modern sculpture in Britain
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...Auguste Rodin. In 1910... ? What is the role of the British Museum in the history of modern sculpture in Britain? Submission 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. The British museum’s permanent collection of over 8 million works is perhaps the most comprehensive of its kind and certainly amongst the largest collections all over the world. 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 human culture from the very beginning till the...
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Paintings in art history
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...Rodin Auguste Rodin was inspired by the human body and spent many hours studying Michelangelo's human figures. He preferred sculpture because it allowed him to more realistically create the human form. He never gave... Art History Topics Under Discussion The stylistic characteristics of the Florentine Renaissance can be summed up as idealistic and romantic with paintings of this time showing mannerist style and personal aesthetic expression. This rebirth of art in Italy was brought about by increased awareness and different interpretations of classical knowledge, and a new repertoire of subjects for art was based on Greek and Roman history and mythology (Pioch). The Birth of Venus Fifteenth-century a...
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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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...Auguste Rodin. Art Directory. Accessed April 10, 2011. Papatergiadis, Nikos. “Hybridity and Ambivalence: Places and Flows in Contemporary Art and Culture.” Theory, Culture and Society. 2005. IMAGES: Art of James Luna. James Luna. Accessed April 10, 2011.... of artworks to clearly improve the knowledge that these artworks possess under the very condition culture and sensibilities. James Luna as a Performance Artist As performances have become a common spectacle in the art world, James Luna followed suit. His image on the left (Fig. 1) is a performance he did in the 90’s. It is important to see the way he portrays a certain stance. This kind of appearance can be seen to be an imitation of...
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Art in the Age of Revolution
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...Auguste Rodin succeeded in initiating this heroicism in their works. The mid nineteenth century school of French Realism was an introduction for numerous other movements of the modern art related to Realism that appeared later in the twentieth century. Social Realism was also included in these movements (Artists... ? Art in the Age of Revolution Introduction: Social Realism Art which is also at times referred to as Socio-Realism, reflected its presence as portrayals of injustice with respect to society and race as well as economic adversity. It made it possible through unembellished pictures of struggles in life time and again representing activities of working class as valiant. The movement represented...
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Auguste Comte
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...Auguste Comte not only coined the term “Sociology” but also established it on solid philosophical basis of positivism. The way, he orientated and set its position in the genealogy of philosophy and knowledge, is still unchallenged and uncontroverted. Modern scholars almost unanimously accept his definition of sociology that in some way or other relates to a harmonious relationship with other branches of knowledge. Therefore, one of the greatest contributions of Comte’s approach to society and human being was to define and view sociology from different angles and different... of the Enlightenment tradition: science and facts opposed metaphysics and speculation; faith and revelation were no...
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Write about Auguste Escoffier
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...Auguste Escoffier Georges Auguste Escoffier Georges Auguste Escoffier was born on 28th October 1846 in Villeneuve-Loubet, France. He was a French chef and a culinary writer who was known as one of the most innovative chefs in history, the one who achieved fame among the chefs by introducing French cuisine. (Aakanksh, 13) Escoffiers career started when he was 12. He worked actively for 63 years and became very popular in 1890 when he was chosen as the director of the kitchen at Savoy Hotel. When Nille Melba, a famous singer was staying in London in 1893, Escoffier invented the peche Melba (Peach Melba) in the honor of her name. He moved to Carlton Hotel in 1899 to make his haunte... Essay on Georges...
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Pierre Auguste Renoir
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...Auguste Renoir because they are not only great but also pretty and whose work seems always to have been done in paradisiacal temperatures. There might be probably no artist to compare with Renoir... ART The Museum has devoted a separate branch especially for the art and architecture of medieval Europe. It has the collection of both the domestic architectural elements and religious architectural elements that range from a period of 12th century to about 15 centuries back. This building with the cloistered gardens is located at the Fort Tryon Park in the upper Manhattan. The mostly highlighted things in the Cloisters are the treasures of sculptures, tapestries, ivories, stained glass, illuminated...
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir called Dance at Bougival
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...Auguste Renoir called "Dance at Bougival" which was painted in the year 1883. The dimensions of the painting are 181.9 centimeters high by 98.1 centimeters wide. Renoir made use of oil paints on a canvas to create this painting. The primary subject matter of the art work is a couple that is dancing in front of a group of other people. The painting centers around a man and a woman who are dancing in an outdoor area with a group of other people seated behind them. Renoir paints them in such a way as to allow us a glimpse of the emotions that they could be feeling at the time. Everything... Analysis This analysis is going to be carried out on an artwork that is a painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir...
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Dance at Bougival
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...Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, 1883 Image view: Dance at Bougival, 1883 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Retrived: http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/current.html Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, 1883 When viewing different art forms at Philadelphia Museum of Art, there were many attractive paintings and sculptures that caught my attention. The most striking art from was Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, painted by Paul Durand-Ruel in 1883. I have always had the mixed feeling of romance compassion, sometimes trying to separate the two and when I was gazing at this painting, the same feelings transpired inside my soul in undivided attention. When one is a lover of art... Pierre-Auguste ...
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Ara Pacis Auguste and Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
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...Auguste and the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, the Ara PacisAuguste is a tribute to the return from Hispania and Gaul during the rule of Augustus in Rome. It is an alter that is thought to symbolize peace and depicts the members of the Senate as well as the high priest surrounded by his family. The altar is cast in marble and shows the emperor offering sacrifices to the gods and many even have togas covering their heads showing that they are priests. Others are wearing crowns of laurel indicating victory. The Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus is also constructed in marble and was used to encase the body of Junius Bassus. The figures... on the sarcophagus are three dimensional and the figures wear...
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The Daughters of Catulle Mendes Pierre Auguste Renoir
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...August Renoir - "Daughters of Catulle Mendes" The reason to choose the "Metropolitan Museum of Art" is it is the world's largest museum and it is one of the most important art museum. The Museum is shortly referred to as "The Met". The Met maintains a collection of about 2 millions or more from all around the world. The museum is the oldest, which contains antique paintings and also features medieval art. It also has the collection of musical instruments from all over the world. It has the treasure of sculptures from European masters. It hosts the paintings of Egyptian, African, Middle Eastern, Byzantine, Islamic Art and Oceanic. So for a student who does research on art...
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Work of Art History Essay
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...Auguste Rodin's The Hand of God is one of several sculptures in one of his later series that featured lone hands. Rodin was an important sculptor of his time, as he developed his style in a way that bridged the older, classical styles of traditional sculpture and art to the newer approaches of modern art. At the same time he was developing his own style, Rodin was joined by Realists and Impressionists who brought new perspectives to painting, and thus public perception of art changed as well. In 1907, Rodin crafted The Hand of God, which he had modeled around 1896. The sculpture shows a single hand as its...
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Work of Art
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...Auguste Rodins The Hand of God is one of several sculptures in one of his later series that featured lone hands. Rodin was an important sculptor of his time, as he developed his style in a way that bridged the older, classical styles of traditional sculpture and art to the newer approaches of modern art. At the same time he was developing his own style, Rodin was joined by Realists and Impressionists who brought new perspectives to painting, and thus public perception of art changed as well. In 1907, Rodin crafted The Hand of God, which he had modeled around 1896. The sculpture shows a single hand as its...
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Comparison of Eugene Henri Paul Gaugins Brooding Woman (1891) and Gabrielle with Jewel Box by Auguste Renoir (1910)
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...Auguste Renoir (1910) This essay will examine both pieces in detail, in the contexts of history, style and technique, with some background regarding the artists. The paintings will first be analyzed separately, with mention of their artistic similarities and differences. Comparisons and contrasts will then be expanded on. The personal evaluation and impressions of each will form the conclusion of the essay. Gabrielle with Jewel Box - 1910: (Renoir, 1841-1919). Although this is the later of the two works, because it adheres historically more closely to the earlier artistic style of Impressionism... Comparison of Eugene Henri Paul Gaugin's 'Brooding Woman' (1891) and 'Gabrielle with Jewel Box' by...
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Impressionism Art - Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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... Impressionism - Renoir The Frick Collection illustrates a display of nine iconic Impressionist canvases done by Renoir, offering the original wide-ranging study of Renoir’s commitment with the full-length format that was linked with the authorized Paris Salon in the era that viewed the appearance of a completely fledged Impressionist artistic. The accompanying and exhibiting catalogue will provide unsullied insights to the complex ambitions of Renoir as a youthful artist. Renoir submitted his artistic works to the authorized salon and the avant-garde impressionist displays. While doing his painting in the new Impressionist technique, he remained exclusively dedicated to the full-length... Impressionism ...
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Places and Spaces in Art
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...Auguste. Arts, an analytical approach. Good Books Publishing Company. California: 1992. Rodin, Paul. The Mind of God. Good Books Publishing Company. San Diego California: 1992. Stingary, Carol. Painting and the art of imagination. Good Books Publishing Company. Chicago: 1999. Freeland, Cynthia. (1998). But is it art Wiley Publishing Company. Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary. Blackwell Publishing Company. New York: 1998. Internet Sources: Getty Museum. (2006). Coronation of the Virgin. http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetailsartobj=736. (November 10, 2006). Getty Museum. (2006). Madonna and Child....
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Child art
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...Rodin's The Thinker, but instead of a man resting on his elbows in a state of meditation the artist creates an elongated hare sitting on a boulder. (The Hirshhorn, by contrast, has an authentic Rodin masterpiece.) I finally fled the hot and humid sculpture garden to be revived in the cool interior of the National Gallery, where there is an exhibition... To the Materials used for the paper have all been pasted here. For the data that were taken from book -- I have pasted 10 pages from thatparticular book from which the material comes from. Rest was taken from Articles and Websites. Those materials that have been taken from the articles are pasted below, and the material that comes from websites can be e...
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August Comte
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...Auguste Comte Auguste Comte  (19 January 1798 – 5 September 1857) was a famous French philosopher who is deservingly considered to be one of the “fathers” of sociology. He is also famous for creation of the doctrine of positivism. Comte is also called “the first philosopher of science” (Lenzer, 1997). The main idea of Comte was to restore the society, which was damaged by French Revolution, with the help of science and his positive philosophy. Such idea appeared under the influence of socialist Henri Saint-Simon. Many philosophers such as Karl Max and John Mill were influenced by Comte. His ideas are very valuable for modern academic psychology practiced by the philosopher Emily Durkheim... ...
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Reviewing the logical fallacy terms for hasty/sweeping generalization, false cause, or false analogy, can you find fault with the argument
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...Rodin). What this definition is trying to tell us is that the government is not the sole reason for terrorism, to instill fear into the state. The act does also need really call for revenge to any previous acts that was done to the terrorist as the definition indicates. The perpetrators of terrorism have various reasons for their actions. Some actions of terrorism are religious; these kinds are executed on religious grounds. They are embedded in faith based-creeds. Works cited. Rodin, David. Terrorism. London: Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2006. Print.... Review of False Analogies We make false analogies when we use analogical comparisons to connect between an idea in question to another idea...
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Theories in Sociology
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...Auguste Comte According to Auguste Comte, the contemporary society should be fully studied by researchers so that the problems that are present in the society can be solved appropriately and there can be way outs to these problems. Individualism is the origin of societal disarray, says Comte. Three phases of societal imagination identified by Comte are theoretical stage, metaphysical stage and positive stage. Theoretical stage explains religious heads as the most authentic knowledge providers; metaphysical stage describes philosophers as the chief assistance providers and positive stage illustrates scientific doctrines as foundation for people’s doctrines. b. Herbert Spencer... Theories in Sociology a....
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Natural science approach to eating disorders in women
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...Rodin, the researchers have explored the prevalence of eating disorders in women with type 1 diabetes by comparing it to non-diabetic women using Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) as the main measure of outcome. The researchers have made use of cross sectional case-control... ANALYSIS OF EATING DISORDERS IN WOMEN goes here] [Your goes here] [Due the paper] Eating Disorders in Women Analysis ofthe Article: It is widely known that eating disorders is usually more common in young women who are either in their late adolescence age or in early adulthood age as compared to elder women. The fact becomes even more serious and worth considering when we study the link between diabetes a...
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Electronic medical record implementation in correctional facilities
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...Rodin, Jennifer and Sharon 8). This consideration is based on the fact that quality training always provides adequate knowledge, enrich and engage all stakeholders leading to trainee bliss. Other than the training based on the supportive staff, additional training should be extended virtually to all clinical and administrative staff together with the community staff as a way of upbringing productivity amongst the staff. Hypothetically, adequate training of physicians in their own affiliated practices... Electronic Medical Record Implementation in Correctional Facilities Change implementation strategy As in the past, most organizations view any slightest change with different perceptions. The worst of...
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...Rodin to Judo (2014), realism and abstractionism are part of America’s artistic culture as Rodin clearly challenges the outdated traditions of sculpture. The present day sculptures explain a transition of art that is characterized by paintings and sculptures that display meaning devoid of words. From the Revolutions in Early 20th Century (2014) video, art sought to communicate aspects of the modern... Realism and ionism as part of America’s artistic culture America’s artistic culture has come a long way. As seenin the New Worlds of Architecture - Wright to Hadid (2014) video, the professor indicates that the Western art can be argued to follow the settler populations as well as the armed forces. A good...
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Persuasive essay outline about the harms of beef and how there should be a replacement for it to organic beef instead
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...Rodin, 2014). For example, these factories will close down or only a few will operate under strict guidelines which make them observe the consequences of their unethical activities. Rodin, A. (2014). If you really care about climate change youll stop eating burgers. The Independent. Retrieved 5 May 2015, from http... The journal explores the dire environmental damages the beef industry has caused. Cattle ranchers have been actively involved in deforestation; something that has extensively led to negative climate change. Source 2 Robbins, J. (2012). The Truth About Grassfed Beef - Food Revolution Network. Food Revolution Network. Retrieved 5 May 2015, from...
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Macro Environment: INTEL CORPORATION
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...Rodin, & Et.Al, n.d.). Evaluations and Implications In order to cope up with the threats posed upon the company, Intel can aim at high income groups who can afford to buy the product even if the price suddenly increases. The firm at times is not able to increase the purchasing power of the people... Macro Environment: INTEL CORPORATION Macro environment basically comprises of the external and the uncontrollable factors that affect the functioningof the organization. The various factors are political environment, economical environment, socio - cultural environment, technological environment and legal environment. It is the condition that affects the economy on a whole rather than a particular region. It...
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Grand Odalisque
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...Auguste-Dominique Ingres impressed me greatly. In this painting, there is a naked woman lying down in a sofa with her face towards and is looking us. She only painted her back and one of her breast, but she is glamorous and attractive. She has transparently white skin, and there is some coldness in her eyes. As compared with her body, the background is dark and makes people pay attention to her. According to our text book, the painting is significant because it expresses the character of the epoch. Notwithstanding that it is not a figure from any specific historical or mythological text... There are many amazing art works in this week’s reading, but the painting, “Grande Odalisque”, created by...
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...Auguste Renoir. Retrieved from Figure 2: A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (1882) by Edouard Manet. Retrieved from Figure 3: The Absinthe Drinker (1876) by Edgar Degas. Retrieved from I have selected the last two images. Section B Figure 1 In this image... . The man in this image seems too alcoholic despite her stern look to a something seeming distant from them. Both of them are addicts in a bar taking Absinthe drink though from their looks despite sitting very closely in their thoughts seem to be far apart. Hence, this depicts the then French social isolation especially during the Paris’ initial stages of growth characterized by the female gender making its appearances in partying or leisure...
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Relationship of Aging and Sense of Control
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...Rodin (1986) claims that health and a sense of control experience a more intensified relationship as people grow older. Such an occurrence is brought about due to the significant increase in experiences that are related to control when people reach old age, the alteration effect of age on the relationship between control and a number of health factors, and the influence of age on the relationship of control and health-related behaviors or the need for medical assistance (Rodin, 1986). In fact... ?Introduction Old age brings along weaknesses both at a physical and mental level due to the natural degradation of the human body. With the physicaland mental weakness that comes along with age, it is often an...
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