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Office Art Memo. Memorandum.
Pages 3 (753 words)
Your Name Prof’s Name Course Code Date Office Memorandum To: CEO From: Your Name Re: Office Art I have been tasked with finding pieces of art that will adorn the walls of our offices, based on my recent experience in humanities courses. I have chosen three impressionist and three post-impressionist works to decorate our walls with.
Technically of course, these will all be reproductions, as I do not believe our company wants to spend that millions on decorating an office! The first three works are prime examples of impressionist paintings. Like all impressionist paintings, they rely on observation of the real world, but attempt to focus more on how that affects the mind than reproducing exactly what is seen. They thus play with reflection, with light, and with the transparency of the water – and each one treats it differently. The 1916 work focuses on the lack of distinction between the lilies, the water and the space around it, while the 1906 and 1920 ones all focus on higher contrast, which is intentional so the paintings do not blur together too much in our office. The three post-impressionist paintings are vastly different. While Monet’s Water Lilies might have somewhat muted color for an impressionist work, these paintings thrive on bright colors, a staple of impressionism that was adopted in post-impressionism. They, however, are more arbitrary with color choice, feeling more at ease with mixing around colors that would not actually exist. ...
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