Paul Getty

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  • The J. Paul Getty Museum

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    For this essay, we were required to go to the Getty Villa in Malibu and look for specific works of art in the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Villa is on a hill adjacent to Malibu beach and requires a reservation to get inside. They do not allow pedestrian entrances, so I had to take public transportation and show proof of my Metro bus receipt to get in. Once inside, I took a shuttle up a curvy hill to the actual museum. When I got to the actual entrance, I was taken aback by how beautiful not only

  • Friday Of The Getty With Paul

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    Xochitl Pereira AP Art History Ms. Burgonia August 18, 2014 Wednesday in the Getty with Paul Cliché is often used as a pejorative term. Sometimes clichés can be the way a major breakthrough of understanding can occur. As I embark into the world of art, this cliché was a good thing. It was positive because as I studied paintings for the first time. I realized that as I was the beholder and the observer of the painting, I was responsible for making the effort of finding the beauty beyond a simple

  • J. Paul Getty Museum

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    The J. Paul Getty Museum is located on the West side of Los Angeles and is opened all week with free admission except on Mondays which is closed completely. The Getty is divided into two campuses, the Getty Center and Getty Villa. Although both campuses serve as a major role for the Getty Museum, the Center is what is commonly referred to as the museum. The museum sits at the top of a hill that takes 15-20 minutes to hike. However, a tram is available to haul visitors from the parking lot up to the

  • J Paul Getty Museum

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    I visited the J Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, California in April of 2011. I was on a school trip and at the beginning had no interest in going to this museum. However it being on the itinerary, I just went along. Arriving at the Getty museum you could see how the building was a work of art itself. It was like a sculpture jumping from ancient Greece mixed with a modern flare. Holding over 40,000 pieces I did not know where to begin. Noticing a pamphlet with all the information about the more “famous”

  • Julia Margaret Cameron Essay

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    At a time when women were looked upon as being homemakers, wives, mothers and such the late 1850's presented a change in pace for one woman in specific. Photography was discovered in 1826 and soon after the phenomenon of photography was being experimented with and in turn brought new and different ways of photo taking not only as documenting real time, but also conceptualizing a scene in which an image would be taken. Julia Margaret Cameron will forever be recorded in the history books as one of

  • The Armorer 's Shop By David Teniers

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    Conservation Study While there were several works of art that I had liked, the artwork and album finally chosen from Noelle Ocon’s album for this particular study was The Armorer’s Shop by David Teniers the Younger and Jan Brueghel the Younger. The goals for the study of this painting were to delve into topics such as subject matter, spectrum bands used to reveal information about the painting, and conservation efforts in general. As such, this study will start with the subject matter and style of

  • Randy Haugen

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    Paul Getty. During the Great Depression, instead of suffering, and struggling like the rest of the population, he was a millionaire. He thought out of the box, and would buy lots of oil rigs and would keep 1% of the of the revenue. He thought of a bigger picture

  • Art : Museum Report : The J. Paul Getty Museum

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    CRN 71523 - ONLINE Valeriia Baumgard Museum Report – The J. Paul Getty Museum Vincent van Gogh – Irises, 1889, oil on canvas Perhaps illness so influenced the artistic style of Van Gogh, but the picture turned out completely different to all that the artist wrote so far. This is not a Van Gogh, who was known. In the canvas, there is tension, anxiety, dense colors and warm shades of olive-mustard. On the contrary, here there is some kind of lightness, airiness, and transparent weightlessness. On

  • Should Museums Artifacts And Their Country Of Origin?

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    Should Museums Repatriate Ancient Artifacts to their Country of Origin? Ancient artifacts are the symbols of human civilization. All of them are priceless and cannot be measured by currency value. Repatriate is a controversial problem because of the various reasons. For instance, the aggressor took all of the captures back to their home countries and showed them to the public, during the war. Voyagers took other countries’ artifact to prove they had been in that place. Archeologists, anthropologists

  • Analysis Of ' Thin Slicing '

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    Having watched an interesting movie about the Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, and Land) Team such as Lone Survivor or any other movies about wars, has anyone of us thought about how those task force teams could deal with the “hot” situations they encounter while doing their jobs? How can they make decisions that quickly so as to survive in those circumstances? According to Malcom Gladwell, the author of Blink, human beings have an ability to make unconsciously quick decisions, which is called thin-slicing,