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  • Comparison And Contrast Of Art

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    Comparison and Contrast of Art Art is able to transport its viewer through time and connect us as a community. Audiences are able to infer the content and context of the artwork. Art displayed through different mediums and about different topics can share many similarities and draw connections between one another. Exodus, created by Shelby Lechman (2015), uses oil paint on canvas to depict a young boy and father in a train car, leaving their home in Hungary during the time of the Hungarian Revolution

  • Essay History of Western Art Comparison 1

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    Sculpture: Khafre Enthroned to Kritios Boy Early Egyptian art from the Old Kingdom, ca. 2575-2134 BCE, demonstrates uniform structure. Egyptian artists and sculptors adhered to a system of strict rules known as canon to create this consistency. The Egyptian canon suggested perfection to be a rigid, ageless idealization of reality. Roughly 1,500 years later, a progressive canon emerged in Greek art reflecting new ideals of perfection. Greek art beginning in the Early Classical Period, ca. 480- 450 BCE

  • Comparison Between Art And Food

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    Contrast: Art to Food The boundaries of art and food are being pushed each day. As boundaries are pushed, the line between food and art becomes smaller, almost non-existent. Existence is a construct made by man, just as the creations of food and art. In the twenty-first century, nothing is positive and everything is arbitrary. People are less worried with how everything looks, but more concerned with the emotional impact they receive. Art is food and food is art. Webster’s dictionary defines art as “the

  • A Comparison Of Marcel Duchamp's Fountain, And The Physical Impossibility Of Art

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    According to Oxford Dictionary, the definition of perfection is “The action or process of improving something until it is faultless.” In art, the striving for perfection has always been changing back and forth in a continuous cycle between realism and impressionism. Artworks that point to this idea include Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain, and Damien Hirst’s The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. Through Duchamp’s work, the viewer gets a face-to-face interaction with something

  • Comparison Of Waiting For Icarus And Mus�e Des Beaux Arts

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    The two poems “Waiting for Icarus” and “Musée des Beaux Arts” are narrative poems. “Musée des Beaux Arts” is a poem written by W. H. Auden and published in 1938. “Waiting for Icarus” is a poem written by Muriel Rukeyser and published in 1973. The poem “Musée des Beaux Arts” is about how no one truly cares when a tragedy is taking place, unless said tragedy concerns them directly. The poem “Waiting for Icarus” tells the story about a woman who is reminiscing being abandoned by her lover while waiting

  • Art Comparison Essay

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    Compare and Contrast Works of Art Bright colors jumping at you asking for attention, images so real viewers can not tell the difference. These are the thoughts that came to my head as I gazed at two works of art by two Mexican artists at MoLAA museum of art . I visited two museums, Bowers Museum of cultural Art in the heart of Southern California and the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach for my report unfortunately I only liked the works in MoLAA and will talk about it through out my paper

  • The Ecstasy Of Sculpture : A Comparison Of Art

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    The Ecstasy of Sculpture: A Comparison of Sculpture in Italian Baroque Art Focus Question: To what extent was the Italian Baroque art, specifically Bernini, a support for the Catholic-Counter Reformation compared to The Neoclassical era, not even a century later? A comparison of Bernini’s “The Throne of Saint Peter” and “Ecstasy of Saint Teresa”; and Antonio Canova’s “Amor and Psyche”. Michael Thiessen IBN: 000874-0212 Friday, March 20, 2015 Word Count: 2000 IB Art History─Period 5 Jamie Roberts-Jones

  • Iphone 6 Vs. Samsung Note 4 : The Phablet Comparison Guide

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    iPhone 6 Plus vs. Samsung Note 4: The Phablet Comparison Guide Copyright © 2014 Conceptual Kings. All are rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review. Introduction The comparison between these two devices can become a passionate one as users each have their preferences which essentially is what means more to them. To

  • Exemplary Post 24 Points

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    Egypt to Egypt. In future posts, I will be looking for you all to answer the questions more directly. It is also better to compare known facts instead of possibilities. So comparing the possibility that the seated scribe was a royal is not a good comparison point because there is little to no evidence to make the

  • What I Learned From Taking American Civilization 1700

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    At the beginning of the semester I wrote an assignment addressing what I wanted to learn from taking American Civilization 1700. I went through the course syllabus and I chose skills that I thought were important for me to know better as well as important to my future career as a teacher. Two skills that I did not list that I wanted to work on were comparing and contrasting. Comparing and contrasting are two skills that I thought I was quite good at and had no problems with. When it came to do the