Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) by Werner Herzog
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No one can attain successful leadership if they think and act like Guzman and most especially Aguirre. These two were the basic models of vain leaders. All they wanted was power, majesty, and the throne.
Renaissance Art Categories
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Otherwise referred to as the Proto-renaissance, art that falls under this criterion started in a Northern closed society of the current state Italy, shortly after the twelfth century (Stokstad and Michael, 2009, p. 49). Art from this era did not originally stand for an uncultivated deviation from any other medieval art.
Demoiselles D'Avignon by Pablo Picasso
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The paper gives a review on Pablo Picasso's "Demoiselles D’Avignon", a magnificent piece of art. The style in used in painting of the picture is entirely distinctive of Picasso. In general, Pablo Picasso is famous for producing unnaturally distorted pictures in his paintings, Les Demoiselles D’Avignon has been an excellent example.
Film Review: The Simpsons movie: A mixed blessing
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The family patriarch inadvertently sparks an environmental disaster. The environmental disaster causes the government to lower a giant dome over the town.
Andy Warhol - Ambulance Disaster
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The researcher of this essay analyzes "Ambulance Disaster" of Andy Warhol. The success of his painting depended hardly on the quality of paint-handling but on the image chosen for reproduction. Warhol's work is characterized by the shattering myths of its times employing ‘the machinery of fame and publicity that market these myths.
Church and Baroque Art
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The protestant reformation and catholic counter-reformation were the main causes of the religious upheaval of the 16th century. This is because the Church of Rome was common in Europe; hence, influencing socio-political and economic activities of other countries. This made both the church and the clergy to become corrupt.
American Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat
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This essay explores facts from the childhood of Jean-Michel Basquiat and describes some of his works. Jean-Michel Basquiat was an intelligent child. 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.
The Sistine Chapel painting
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The paintings on the ceiling seem to be to be seamless with minimal instances of overlap between the various elements that are represented therein. There are various minor elements incorporated between the images for the purpose of enhancing the decoration of the painting. Michelangelo wants the target audience.
The influence of Bunuel on Latin American Cinema
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This research paper gives the definition of surrealism and discusses the influence of Luis Buñuel on the Latin America cinema. Among those who were the initiators of this movement one can’t but mention Hannah Hoch, Raoul Hausmann, Max Ernst. The main motto of this movement was the demonstration and creation of anti-art.
Baroque period
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze one artwork of the Baroque Period, namely, the Judgment of Paris by Jacob Jordaens. This painting uses the medium of oil on canvas. It portrays a scene from Greek and Roman mythology where Zeus selected Paris to judge the most beautiful goddess among Athena, Aphrodite and Hera.
The Overview of a Documentary Film about New York City
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The film depicts the perennial complexity of the racial discrimination that distinctly revealed preference of the America elites that foster same injustices and similar inequalities in the present community. Moreover, the film is developed in the event before the trial and conviction, and mix of the new and the old.
Butterfly to the Soul
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Santiago Ramón y Cajal was a prominent scientist who received Nobel Prize for his discoveries in neuroscience. He is said to be the pioneer of neuroscience actually as he was not only among the first biologists who studied brain structure under the microscope but the one who managed to depict this structure in his drawings.
Fashion Police - Flint Cracks Down on Sagging
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This essay provides a critique on some trends in fashion photography. The second image, in which the pants are below the butt and yet the butt is still covered is simply ridiculous. The purpose of wearing pants is to cover the underwear and the butt, as these are things that the public normally do not see -- nor would they really want to.
Short Analysis of the Titanic Movie
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In this essay author discribed symbolism of the 'Beauty' in the "Titanic" movie, colors, tones and musical soundtrack were also described in detail. Beauty here refers to the creation. Each scene, irrespective of the situation, you would be swept of your feet, seeing its beauty.
Impressionist Artists
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This essay discovers Impressionist Artists. It encourages not only the students to visit the wide array of display of artworks but also families who can buy and own specific masterpieces. Among the famous artists the art institute features are Camille Pissarro and Edgar Degas from the age of impressionism.
The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci and Jacopo Tintoretto
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The paper discusses in detail the historical context of two paintings. The Last Supper with Jesus Christ is essential for Christianity. For this reason, various artists have tried to address this subject in their work. Italian artists Leonardo da Vinci and Jacopo Tintoretto were no exception. Their works titled The Last Supper gained worldwide fame.
Kandinsky's and Severini's Paintings Comparison
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This paper compares Vasily Kandinsky's "Picture with an Archer" and Gino Severini's "Dynamic Hieroglyphic of the Bal Tabarin". Kandinsky was inclined more with postimpressionism as well as with Fauvism. Such movements were more appealing to him than futurism or cubism due to their strong color penchant.
Robert DeNiro
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From this research, it is clear that DeNiro’s constant and continual reinventing of himself on camera embodies the search for individual self-identity.There is the shock of metamorphosis in following DeNiro from role to role for adults that is analogous to the first time a child realizes that a beautifully ornamented butterfly was once a creepy crawly caterpillar.
Salvador Dali and Surrealism
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The researcher of this paper shows Salvador Dali's works and his role in surrealism. His paintings highlighted one or more themes that are generally not easy to comprehend. His skills and works appear to have influence from the Renaissance artists. He was a good photographer too. He had fellowship with artists of different media.
Film Analysis of Waltz with Bashir
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The film depicts Ari Folman, the film’s director, retracing his steps to find out what happened during the war as he has no recollection of what happened during the war. Symbolic code is present throughout the film as the central character, the young and the old Ari Folman, do their best to come to terms with the fact that they stood by as a massacre took place.
Pablo Picasso's Illustrations of Balzac's The Unknown Masterpiece
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This paper will help to understand the illustration by Pablo Picasso for "The unknown masterpiece" of Balzac who was a prolific nineteenth century French novelist and playwright. The story depicts a painter, who on one hand, can be perceived as a miserable failure in his painting or a mystical genius on the other hand or both.
Contemporary Art Form
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This essay analyzes the contemporary art form. Contemporary art first hit the world during and after the Second World War. As a medium of expression this kind of art has always been more about the expression of an idea than anything else. Peter Selz put it best when he termed it “action painting, tachism, lyrical abstraction, art informel, art autre.
Twentieth Century America and Modern Art
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This paper explores the modern art of African-American people. The African Americans are also called Blacks. These people were quite impressed and influenced by different cultures like the Africans culture, the American culture and also the European culture. They were also impressed by different traditions.
Future Fashion Shows
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The main aim of the paper is to study fashion and beauty across these tenets to have an exhaustive examination of the relevance of beauty to different cultural settings, their inferences and appreciation of beauty. Is fashion a trend or a culture? These are some of the questions that the paper will be seeking to address.
Barbara Kruger and Social Commentary
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This essay analyzes work of Barbara Kruger, as an American artist and feminist. The theories that her work represent are those which were expressed by Baudrillard when he looked at the way in which technological advancement can affect social change. She used feminist ideas to express her commentary on consumerism.
What Is Meant By the Term Postmodernism
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This paper analyzes what is postmodernism. Postmodernism closely relates to modern politics, philosophy, and sociology. The concept dates back to the period after the cold war. The era had a significant shift in designs and consumption patterns. It also entailed influx in the use of machinery and cultural multiplicity.
Contemporary Art vs. Crafts Movement
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The essay explores the difference of Contemporary Art and Crafts Movement. “A craft is usually a cookie-cutter or close-ended activity. The craft activity is based on a formula or recipe and all participants follow the same directions and end up with roughly the same result every time.” This is contrasted with her definition of art.
Sleeping Beauty
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According to the story, Sleeping Beauty, called Rose in the story, had been blessed by the power of singing when she was a little child. As she grew up, she grew fond of singing and dancing as evidenced from the movie. Anyway, her comparison to a ballet can be made due to her enduring and long-lasting power (Hyman).
Salvador Dali - The Persistence of Memory
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This essay gives a review of The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali. The melted clocks have drawn a number of questions and concerns in a bid to understand them. The meaning behind Surrealist Salvador Dali's artistic masterpiece The Persistence of Memory can be ascertained by a keen look into the painting.
Realistic painting
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This paper focuses on the realistic painting. Realistic Painting is, it focuses on real, and puts forward problems, pushed people re-think, to achieve the real ascension, pointing to the real things, make the correct guide for the future. Therefore, the spirit of Realism Paintings is the core of contemporary artistic creation, just as it is the core of art creation.
The Cubist Movement and Les Demoiselles dAvignon
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The paper will explore Pablo Picasso and his influence on cubism movement. Modern artists working since the early part of the 1900s have dedicated themselves to depicting the range of human emotions within the colors and lines of their work. The focus of the artist was on emotions with little or no reference to the symbols.
Modern Fashion in China
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The paper discovers the fashion and clothing in China. “Elegant Chinese Dresses accentuate a women's curves while adding a touch of mystery”. The contemporary Chinese clothing has a greater appeal to the masses than every before. This paper discusses Chinese clothing and fashion. In ancient times, Chinese clothing made frequent use.
The artist Vik Muniz
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Contemporary 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.
Romanticism Art Movement
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Romanticism (1790-1850) has been one of the most influential art movements of the late -18th to the mid -19th century in the Western civilization which gave paramount significance to individualism, subjectivism, irrationalism, imagination, emotions and nature. The Romantic Movement did not necessarily favor a specific aesthetic.
Brooklyn Bridge, Joseph Stella, 1920
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1. The Brooklyn Bridge was reproduced by Stella to present the most striking elements like pedestrian walkways, gothic arches as well as thicket of wires and cables. The event that inspired Stella to do the painting was the Brooklyn Bridge designed by John August Roebling; a German immigrant. This painting is both evocative and affective.
What Does the Term Postmodernism Mean
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The purpose of this essay is to analyze what does the term of postmodernism mean. Postmodernism is the movement which continues the ideas of modernism in a constructive manner even though it adds more and makes changes but at the same time it acts as a critic of the works and ideas of modernism art which were solely based on the emotions.
Features of Pop Art
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This paper is focused to reveal the features of pop art, social and political climate that inspired the pop art. Pop art is used to make the artistic statements by incorporating the consumers’ objects and icons to popular cultures through the advertising, television features and comic stripes.
Was Agrin Justified to Kill?
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The paper is aimed to review the movie Turtles Can Fly. The author discusses its plot and main characters. Special attention is paid to the problem of rape, killing, and oppression. It is actual today as Kurdish people experience difficulties at the present moment.
Arts and Human Spirit
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In this essay several researches on the aboriginal arts, which play a vital role in the lives of the people of Australia were described. The definition of the ‘Aboriginal’ in the background of the Australia is discussed and the main significance of Aboriginal paintings, which is storytelling. It also refers to dreaming as a symbol in aboriginal arts, that relates arts and human spirit.
The Count Down to Zero
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According to the author of the essay, a number of uncounted countries have been discovered that they possess nuclear weapons. However, Walker suggests that some of the radical terrorist groups and some politically unstable countries are in a run of accessing the nuclear weapons.
Andy Warhol - Visual Art
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the art of Andy Warhol. Warhol drew portraits of several celebrities including Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Canady and many others besides developing few successful films. His painting showing eight images of Elvis Presley simultaneously in one single sheet of silk print was sold against $ 100 million.
Reality Television: Has the Novelty Worn Off?
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The paper “Reality Television: Has the Novelty Worn Off?” highlights that reality television has been a unique experience in the field of entertainment. Reality television is the exploitation of the real lives of people in order to entertain. Sometimes it is a clearly harmful experience while at other times it is socially relevant.
Editing And Sound In Kill Bill
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The paper analyzes the possibilities of film editing and sound techniques that seem to have no boundaries since filmmakers are continually exploring more creative ways that can be applied in story telling. The Movie, Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is a good example that uses these techniques in the transportation of feelings.
Leonardo da Vinci and Filippino Lippi
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. Da Vinci and Lippi are both Renaissance artists; painters, specifically. They were born in the same times and they worked on the same themes in terms of subjects. Both artists also worked in the same social circles, with the same art patrons. However, they are different in terms of style and technique. Da Vinci and Lippi are both anatomists.
The play West side Story
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The modern plays try to relate directly to the time we living now and this has lost the touch of the original story. Although the morals are constant in the Ellen Eccles version, the capture of the original play is just missing. Yet they meet the film at the moral of the story and that is just it.
Pop Artist Andy Warhol
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This research paper gives a detailed information about the life of Andy Warhol. 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.
Robert Rauschenberg and Colescott
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The researcher of this essay aims to analyze representatives of modern art, Colescott and Robert Rauschenberg. Rauschenberg's painting is a hybrid that infuses sculpture and painting through the use of found images and humble materials. It means the artist uses both the Neo-Dada movement through the integration of Abstract Expressionism.
Through Les Demoiselles dAvignon by Picasso
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The paper gives details about Pablo Picasso's "Les Demoiselles d’Avignon". It appears that Picasso is trying to convey through all of the other elements that make women beautiful, rather than just what is on the surface. While the beauty of women can be seen there is also ugliness about them as well.
Government and the Arts
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This paper analyzes the relationship between government and art. The Federal government paid writers of the time to record voices, folklore and histories across the country. The support at the time was premised on the need to hold artists to the same standards of public value as other workers in the nation.
five pasge of an original feature-length screenplay
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ALL CAPS, and tabbed to about 4.0 to 4.2 inches, depending upon the look you like. Some writers center all characters’ names in dialogue. Personally, I don’t think it matters too much.
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