Ruben Studdard

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  • Teen People Magazine Essay

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    Teen People Magazine The Teen People, September edition, is a magazine designed to appeal to young female readers. Its content features well known celebrities, use of bright and flashy colors, and an organized layout that attracts an upbeat, young readership interested in high-quality appearance and style. Although the magazine’s main focus may appear to insure a great fashion sense, it also concentrates on a philosophical orientation by covering a more diverse readership that includes all colors

  • Ip 4 Art

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    to raise the cross, carrying the pale body of Jesus. drama and power. The strong, tainted figures lug the ropes in order to raise the cross, carrying the pale body of Jesus. The influence of Michelangelo and Tintoretto on Rubens is obvious in the muscular bodies. Peter Paul Rubens was a renowned diplomatic artist. All of the Baroque paintings

  • Comparing Art And The Baroque Eras

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    Comparing Art of the Renaissance and the Baroque Eras The Renaissance and the Baroque eras created some of the most famous works of art produced in the world. The two eras expressed differences in style and theme, but they also have many characteristics in common. To better understand the similarities of the eras it will be described by the characteristics, styles and the influences of each; Renaissance and Baroque works of art. Famous artist from the Renaissance era were Leonard da Vinci and Michelangelo

  • The Raising of the Cross

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    “The Raising of the Cross” Peter Paul Reubens, “The Raising of The Cross” found on page 265 in our art book, was created 1610-1611 by the use of oil on panel, dimensions 462 x 339 cm. Many facets of this painting caught my attention, but the prime facet was the geometric support it influences and the sentimental effect it distributes to the spectators, also Reuben’s motive and content behind the painting. It may at first glance appear that this painting is all cluttered, but you would be mistaken

  • Eugene Delacroix Heroic Figures And The Status Viatoris Summary

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    McCann, Carmen L. 2006. "Eugene Delacroix's Heroic Figures and the Status Viatoris." Constructions Of Death, Mourning & Memory Conference, October 27-29, 2006: Proceedings 29-32. McCann argues that Eugene Delacroix included status viatoris, representations of a state between life and death, in his works and discusses their importance to depicting a heroic death. This chapter looks at Delacroix’s works, including Liberty Leading the People from, multiple approaches, including biography, social history

  • Critique of The Raising of the Cross Essay

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    Paul Rubens. This piece was painted between 1609 and 1610 with oil on canvas in life size with the centerpiece of the triptych measuring 15’2” by 11’2”. It is now displayed in the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp, Belgium (Dunton, 164). Peter Paul Rubens was a Flemish artist that painted in Baroque style, his paintings were mostly of religious and mythical origin and his skill in such has been highly regarded in his lifetime and since. ( Born June 28, 1577, Rubens development

  • History of Portraiture Essay example

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    History of Portraiture Portraiture is a visual representation of an individual people, distinguished by references to the subject's character, social position, wealth, or profession. Portraitists often strive for exact visual likenesses. However, although the viewer's correct identification of the sitter is of primary importance, exact replication is not always the goal. Artists may intentionally alter the appearance of their subjects by embellishing or refining

  • Leonardo Da Vinci And The Last Renaissance

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    Art is never static. It evolves and exists within context. The growing body of scientific knowledge provided inspiration for the artists who interpreted events occurring around them in different ways. Inevitably, it was used to enrich their art. The Renaissance. Curious as to how the human body functioned, Leonardo Da Vinci dissected corpses from which he made numerous anatomical drawings. He was interested in how the tissues, veins and nerves were connected, and he even conducted an experiment

  • Anthony Van Dyck And His Influence During The Baroque Period

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    religious works as well as his portraits. He was the pupil of Hendrick van Balen, a Flemish baroque painter and stained-glass designer; this allowed him to flourish as an artist at such an early age. Soon after, he became Peter Paul Rubens assistant; Rubens another

  • The Works Of Eugene Delacroix

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    the romantic Landscapist and used some of their techniques. Early on in his life, he demonstrated the influence that Michelangelo and Peter Paul Rubens, two excellent artists, had on his painting. Delacroix intensely studied Michelangelo’s modeling of figures and the matter of life or death he brought to the canvas. He was also deeply affected by Rubens ' treatment of color. Romantic artist play around with emotions, divinity found in nature and the sense of creativity or imagination. He developed