Francesco Redi

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  • Difference Between Knowledge And Shared Knowledge

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    The knowledge system of a society can be divided into two bodies of knowledge, shared and personal knowledge. Shared knowledge is a knowledge that shared and group of individuals it is also continually being contributed creating new forms of knowledge. While personal knowledge is knowledge that someone gains through the own experiences and research. Now in the natural sciences a scientist can further their personal knowledge through shared knowledge in how they can learn and further improve their

  • The Suspension Of Disbelief By Samuel Taylor Colridge

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    “Suspension of disbelief” is an essential feature of theater. Is it essential in other areas of knowledge? Develop your answer with reference to 2 areas of knowledge. Word Count: 1228 In addressing this topic, one must understand the idea of suspension of disbelief; I took it upon myself to analyze its role in the arts, more specifically, theater and literature. An English poet, Samuel Taylor Colridge, established the idea of “poetic faith," which plays a crucial role in the arts. An excerpt from

  • What Is The Reflection Of Atalanta And Hippomenes?

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    On November 4th, 1575, Guido Reni was born in Bologna to Daniele Reni and Ginevra de’ Pozzi. At the age of twenty, Reni began attending the Accademia degli Incamminati, and later went on to join the Bolognese School created by Annibale Carracci and his family members. The Bolognese School, also known as “The Academy of those on the Path” aimed to revise the artificiality of the artwork of the time in order to create a new style. This new style focused on trying to communicate with the viewer and

  • The Spectacular Baptism Of Christ

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    “The Spectacular Baptism of Christ” Baptism of Christ is a painting created by Francesco Albani from 1630 to 1635. ("Baptism of Christ - Francesco Albani - The Athenaeum." Baptism of Christ”). In this painting there is an image of the baptism of Christ and all of its surroundings. The reason for the creation of this portrait, is because Francesco Albani was influenced by the Council of Trent during the time he created this painting. The painting has a description of what seems to look like a half-naked

  • Age Of Enlightenment Essay

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    Throughout history mankind has transformed into a highly developed and cultured society, driven on the foundations of one vital key factor in our evolution that set humans apart from other species entirely, the ability to think. If humans did not possess the ability to think, there would be no change or development of our species as a whole and individually. By challenging the natural process of evolution and defying the odds, humans carved their way into this world to leave their mark. A time period

  • Como surgio? Causas? Consecuencias? Arquitectura. Escultura. Pintura. Sociedad.

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    El arte barroco se desarrolla entre los siglos XVII y XVIII. El arte será el vehículo de propaganda tanto de la Iglesia de la Contrarreforma, como de los Estados absolutistas o de la burguesía protestante. En el barroco la figura humana se alza como objeto decisivo del arte, pero no en su forma idealizada, sino en cualquier aspecto, ya sea este bello o feo, sublime o cotidiano. En el barroco podemos distinguir tres períodos: temprano o primitivo, de 1580 a 1630, pleno, de 1630 a 1680, y tardío

  • The Art Of Andrea Mantegna, The Rebirth Of Art

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    talented. He is known for many of his works and is involved in many different artistic periods. His paintings are beautiful and inspiring. Mantegna was born in Italy in 1431 to a woodworker named Biagio Mantegna. He started his mentorship with Francesco Squarcione at age eleven and showed miraculous promise. At age 17 Mantegna left Squarcione because of unfair profiting done by Squarcione on Mantegna’s art. Mantegna died on December 13, 1506 at around the age of 75, but not before marriage, children

  • Biography Of Tomas Luis De Victoria

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    The 16th century was a time of the Spanish Inquisition, which reigned for almost 400 years, forcing those who weren’t Catholic to convert to Catholicism (Koeller). Catholicism was a major influence in all aspects of Spanish life at that time, ranging from music to art and daily living. Being a 16th century composer, Tomás Luis De Victoria was greatly influenced by the Catholic Church. Most, if not all of his music consisted of sacred pieces (Ferris). He was a Spanish polyphonic composer whose specialty

  • The Manipulation of Sound in Cinema

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    specific manipulation and creation of sound that directors are not only able to donate a particular emotion or feel to a scene, but also aides to allude to an even subtler subtext that exists within the world that has been created on the screen. Francesco Rosi, an Italian “Neo-Realist” director, is no exception to this play on sound in his own documentary-esque creations. The question however still remains, how does sound and the manipulation of sound contribute and alter the cinematic universe and

  • Bernini And Borromini Essay

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    shaped beautiful and modern nature of seventeenth century Baroque Rome. The story of Bernini and Borromini, and their impacts on Baroque architecture, is one of the most dominant periods of time in the history of Rome. Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini spent their professional lives locked in a complex rivalry that spans the duration of the seventeenth century. The profound differences between the lives and personalities of these two, reflected in work still evident in Rome today, have