Sebastiano Ricci

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  • The Last Supper By Sebastiano Ricci

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    composition is the way to build a work to communicate the intent of the art in the brightest and most persuasive way. The most important thing in composition is the creation of the artistic image. The Last Supper’s composition is very ingenious. Sebastiano arranges the disciples into groups of three, each side of Jesus has two groups. All lines and gestures are centered toward Jesus. From one group to the other, the artist makes an effort to connect with one another in a very natural way; the example

  • European And Non-European Culture In The 1500s And 1600s

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    Europeans had many goals throughout the 1500s and 1600s. To achieve their goals, they deferred to the non-European culture. However, the question remains how did the Europeans accommodate themselves to Non-European culture? The European traders and missionaries would accommodate themselves by integrating into the Non-European culture, by adapting their physical appearance, by referring to the traditional practices, and through the response of the nations wants to European goods. In order for Europe’s

  • Essay about The Truth of Thanksgiving

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    The Truth of Thanksgiving While children are growing up in America, they are told several tales of America’s establishment and history. However, these stories are generally not told as they actually happened. An instance of this is the story of the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is explained as this elaborate ceremony where the Pilgrims and Indians gathered in harmony at this large harvest in celebration of their coming together. According to the primary document of William

  • Summary Of Chapter 21: Regulating The Inner And Outer Domains

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    21: Regulating the "Inner" and "Outer" Domains 1. Trade rights and religious perceptions affected how Matteo Ricci viewed relations with china by taking a different strategy than the other missionaries. “…the Jesuit Matteo Ricci (1552-1610) encouraged his followers to immerse themselves in the language and to become conversant with the rich traditions of Chinese literature (Source 21.2, Ricci, Matteo, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. S21-4)”. Instead of limiting their training in Chinese language

  • In the time period from 1450-1750, Asia began to use multiple strategies to to build their empires.

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    success in Asia that they had in the Americas. Many missionaries were sent to Asia to fulfil these hopes. In document 4, Matteo and his lay companion Paul Siu Kwang-k’i, a painting depicting Ricci, left, and Paul Siu, right. Ricci is depicted wearing traditional Chinese attire. The Jesuits, the group for which Ricci was associated with, believed that the best way to convert a civilization, such as China, was to immerse themselves in their culture. Missionaries did not just focus their efforts in China

  • European And Non-European Expansion In The 1500s And 1600s

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    Europeans had many ambitions throughout the 1500s and 1600s. To achieve their goals, they deferred to the non-European culture. The main question remains: how did the Europeans accommodate themselves to Non-European culture? The European traders and missionaries would accommodate themselves by integrating into the Non-European culture, by adapting their physical appearance, by referring to the traditional practices, and through the response of the native people wants to European goods. For Europe’s

  • The Memory Palace Of Matteo Ricci Analysis

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    Matteo Ricci was a born in Italy in 1552. He became a Jesuit and went a mission to China in 1583. He lived out the rest of his twenty seven years in China, bringing in Western culture and technology, while learning about what China had to offer. In his novel, The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci, Jonathan Spence retells Ricci’s life story, while also adding information about the world at the time. Spence tells Ricci’s story in an interesting way, by assigning Chinese characters and images that he believes

  • Civil Rights Discrimination

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    Civil rights have been a hot-button issue/topic in this country for decades. For many years people were treated differently because of either their skin color. These people had fewer job opportunities, were often paid less than their white counterparts, and even for a time were sent to separate and often worse schools, and were forced to use different bathrooms and drinking from separate water fountains in public. It was very difficult for blacks at this time in this country, but help would soon

  • Analyse On The Painting : Hercules Killing The Centaur Nessus

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    out of my mind. All the methods on how to analyse made sense. I saw different paintings and sculptures, from egyptians art to greek. However, There was a painting that stood out of all arts that i had seen that day, which is the painting made by Sebastiano Rucci, a beautiful illustration how Hercules killing the centaur Nessus. Although from the story I used to watch as child, I had the image of Hercules as a hero and never questioned about how Hercules is perceived from the people, up to now. The

  • How Did Maggiore Church Survive?

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    The San Giorgio Maggiore Church is located at Isola di S.Giorgio Maggiore, 30133 Venezia,Italy. It first began construction in 1566 and was completed in 1610 this Roman Catholic church is located directly across from the Grand Canal(page 649-high and late renaissance).The first design of the church did not survive. Andrea Palladio born in November 30,1508 and died in august of 1580 he was an Italian architect and was called the greatest architect of the sixteenth century in northern Italy. In 1570

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