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    Music in the Marble Statue Music is a method used across the world to share ideas and tell stories. It has been used to show emotion and ideas for centuries in countless different civilizations. It has been used to describe cultures and also tell about people’s individual lives. It is also an easy way to portray emotion and give the listener a look inside the artist’s mind. In the Marble Statue by Joseph von Eichendorff, music is used to show the importance of characters, show the beauty of the

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    TAJH RAY Art 150-501 Fall 2016 Research Paper Prof. D Gaffney mars and venus: comparing the chacmool with the woman of willendorf Modern figurines of art stem directly from the hands of the ancient’s. The organic forms of modernly sculpted artifacts can most likely be directly referenced to the movements of prehistoric artworks. There seems to be an ongoing transition on how cultures no matter how stretched apart through time, contrasted by ethnicity or religious views; can all be somewhat

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    Contrasting the Venus of Willendorf and the Venus de Milo Venus, most people think of that big hot volcanic planet up in space, but the word has a different meaning to artists. In Greek mythology, Aphrodite was the Goddess of Love, Beauty, Sex and Fertility, the Romans, however, referred to her as Venus, also believed to be portrayed in the Venus de Milo sculpture. Therefore, the Venus of Willendorf was originally referred to in jest as a "Venus", however, the term has stuck. The Venus of Willendorf

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    Roger Turner HUM 220 OM1 14 September 2015 Early Expression of Religious Art found in China, Africa and Europe AFRICA Artwork from Africa dates back to prehistoric times. Early forms of painting found in Africa are cave paintings showing men and animals on the walls. The practice of representing life with simple animal and human figures is universal in all early civilizations. The Native African Religions were monotheistic, one God. The African believe that this God was a far off God. People would

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