Art Appreciation

  • Jazz Appreciation - Comparing Two Concerts

    Jazz Appreciation Aaron Wolf 12/1/10 The Comparison of Two Jazz Concerts Jazz Appreciation class presented me with the opportunity to attend two, unique jazz concerts that differentiated in various aspects. I had the pleasure of listening to The Jameson Sanagin Aaron Wolf Duo and The Cuesta Night Band one night after the other. The differences between these concerts could not have been greater and while I closely observed the performers

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  • Art Appreciation Week 2 Ip Aiu

    Art and Artist Works Margaret Draper AIU Online Abstract Artists are the most visual people of all. Some of the artists use the abstract from of painting to express a visual language of form, color, and live to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from the visual references in the world. Some will produce their paintings in the museum so people can look at them as a gallery. I will provide you with two from of art from the Louvre Museum, I will compare and contrast

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  • Art Appreciation

    fuses the pigment with the plaster surface. Fresco is used in the Mixtec Culture by Diego Rivera. From the Print media, my favorite the woodcut. I find it very creative to draw a desired image on a block of wood, and creating all sorts of works of art with it. The earliest surviving woodcut image was made in China in 868 C.E. which portrayed Buddha preaching at the Diamond Sutra (Getlein 8.2). From the Sculpture media, my favorite is material is blocks of material and cuts used for carving. Tilman

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  • Art Appreciation

    T. McDonald HUMA205 –Art Appreciation October 23, 2011 Comparison of Renaissance Art Website selection - Judtih (Giorgio da Castelfranco) circa 1504 The painting, ‘Judith’ by Giorgio da Castelfranco done around 1504, is one of many portraits depicting the scene of Judith and Holofernes from the Biblical Book of Judith. The legend states that the widow Judith endears herself to an enemy general, Holofernes, and subsequently beheads him as he lies drunk in his bed (Artlex, 2010). The

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  • Appreciation of Rmb?

    Since the direct peg to the dollar was ended in 2005, the RMB has continued its appreciation about 6% per year and enhanced flexibility over the past 7 years. However, appreciation pressure on the RMB remains intense and it is still debatable whether and to what extent the current level of the RMB exchange rate is overvalued or undervalued. Issues Political Influences One of the main reasons for the appreciation pressure on the RMB is the US’ claim that the Chinese government has made the value

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  • Music Appreciation

    Biography and Analysis of Franz Joseph Hayden and Symphony No. 95 in C Minor MUSI 1320 Music Appreciation Franz Joseph Haydn Franz Joseph Haydn was born on March 31, 1732 in Rohrau, Austria (Green, 2013). He did not come from a strong musical background; his family did not have any music professionals in it. However, his father was an amateur musician, his main profession was the village wheelwright. At an early age, Joseph had a wonderful voice. When he was eight he was sent to Vienna to

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  • Art Appreciation

    Individual Project Art Appreciation AIU Online June 16, 2013 Abstract There are many different definitions for the word art. Most of them come down to art being a creative skill. After researching the definition I have written a brief description of several forms of art by the definitions of art. I spent hours researching art and all the different art forms. I found several definitions beginning with our text book, An Introduction to the Visual Arts and it defines “art as a visual expression

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  • Art Appreciation

    Tattoos and Nail Art Todays New Art Unit 1 Discussion Board American Intercontinental University June 13, 2013 Tattoos and Nail Art Todays New Art Non- traditional art has been around for thousands of years. Tattoos and Nail Art are two non-traditional examples of what are sometimes considered masterpieces. People have marked their bodies with tattoos for centuries. Body art has taken many different forms throughout many different cultures. Tattoos are permanent designs.

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  • Unit 1 Ip Art Appreciation

    Project Art Appreciation HUMA205-15 AIU Online June 16, 2013 Abstract There are many different definitions for the word art. Most of them come down to art being a creative skill. After researching the definition I have written a brief description of several forms of art by the definitions of art. I spent hours researching art and all the different art forms. I found several definitions beginning with our text book, An Introduction to the Visual Arts and it defines “art as a visual

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  • Unit 3 Ip Art Appreciation

    Unit 3 Individual Project Art Appreciation HUMA 205 June 25, 2013 Abstract I will attempt to compare and contrast two pieces of art work from the renaissance period. Out of our textbook I chose a piece by Masaccio, The Holy Trinity. The piece of art I chose from a website is from Leonardo da Vinci called Madonna and Child. Both pieces of art are masterpieces of the early renaissance period. Renaissance Paintings and the Artists For many Europeans the renaissance was a period

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  • Art Appreciation Unit 3 Discussion Board

    Art Appreciation Unit 3 Discussion Board American Intercontinental University HUMA205 June 24, 2013 Michelangelo Buonarroti and Leonardo da Vinci were considered masters of the arts. Both men communicated their visions through their works or masterpieces. I will attempt to compare and contrast two works of art, one by Michelangelo and the other by Leonardo. The masterpiece I chose from Michelangelo Buonarroti is The Last Judgment. This work was painted on the alter wall of the

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  • Art Appreciation

    Individual 5 Art Appreciation Final Paper Derick Stevenson Rough Draft Introduction Art has been a thing of the past which has also been brought into the future. Everyone loves the great images and structures that the artists portray in their art work. The three art work that I have chosen are Impressionate works of art by Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, and Edward March. This paper will include the description of the works including the styles, a summary of the artists’ personal philosophies

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    Unit 3 Individual Project Art Appreciation HUMA 205 June 25, 2013 Abstract I will attempt to compare and contrast two pieces of art work from the renaissance period. Out of our textbook I chose a piece by Masaccio, The Holy Trinity. The piece of art I chose from a website is from Leonardo da Vinci called Madonna and Child. Both pieces of art are masterpieces of the early renaissance period. Renaissance Paintings and the Artists For many Europeans the renaissance was a period

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    you ask my family what helped me, they would tell you it was art. Art was my way to express myself and say things I was not able to. Because with art everything is up to the maker, it lets kids experience a measure of success. This is one reason why art is so important for special needs children. I truly believe that art heals people. Due to me being a child dealing with struggles my parents encouraged me to have an interest in art. I guess you could say I had a form of self awareness

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    decorate several rooms in the house. From the pantry to the upper floor is Monet’s apartment with three large windows with views to his beautiful gardens. Monet’s first studio, which later became his smoking room, is where we would entertain his guest, art dealers, critics, and collectors. He kept many records of his works through his career in his studio. It wasn’t until the age of 50 that he was finally recognized as a master. Alice’s bedroom is separate from his, that is the way the middle-upper class

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  • Art Appreciation

    Individual Project HUMA205 – Art Appreciation June 16th 2013 Abstract This paper will first give two definitions to the word “art”. The second portion of this paper will give a description of eight types of art which are Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Photography, Printmaking, Conceptual Art, Installation Art, and Performance Art. After each description it will give a brief explanation of why it exemplifies the definition of the word “art”. Exploring the word of Art Have you ever asked yourself

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  • Art Appreciation

    Unit 2 Individual Project Art Appreciation: HUMA 205- 1401A- 07 January 18, 2014 Abstract In this lesson I will be talking about the Ancient Art from Asia. I will be talking about some of the decorative plates that the Iranians came up with, and also the flasks that they designed. Ancient Art Introduction This plate was from the 5th to the 7th century during the Sasanian period. It is from Iran. It is of silver and gilt. The interior of the plate, shows the lively cultural interaction

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  • Art Appreciation: Renaissance Art

    Jesus with a host of angels and shepherds. One of the major differences from the northern art is the sympathetic expressions on the faces of the on lookers. Fig. 12-7 During this time in the Renaissance era, southern Europe rebirths the nude in the artworks as was a normal in early Greek art. Figure 13-11 below, Michelangelo’s “David”, the figure embodies the antique ideal of the

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  • Art Appreciation Unit 1 Ip

    Running head: ART APPRECIATION UNIT 1 IP Unit 1 Individual Project Nathan Bates AIU Online Abstract This paper will define the word “art” from two different internet sources complete with proper quotations and citations. Secondly, it will explore 8 examples of art created by well-known artists or found in a museum. Contained within will be explanations and descriptions of each and why they were used. Art Appreciation – Unit I Definition

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    Running head: WHAT IS ART? Understanding Art: Eight Forms of Art Quantella Rivers Bradley American InterContinental University Abstract This paper will define art using internet and resource tools. Given eight types of art define and give one example and elaborate. 1. Painting 2. Sculpture 3. Architecture 4. Photography 5. Printmaking 6. Conceptual Art 7. Installation Art 8. Performance Art Art is interpreted by each individual differently, what

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  • Art Appreciation

    In this essay I will attempt to analyze the artwork named “Beguiling Lure “ by Isaac Talley made in 2009. The medium of this artwork is acrylic and oil on canvas. The composition is simple with the main focus being a dangling object and a portrait of a single bird. The multi coloring of the background is bright and soft with dark and light hues. The artist was able to deliver the paint onto the canvas in different directions and angles which gives the appearance of overlapping colors,roughness and

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  • Art Appreciation

    Discussion 7 View at least three short artist videos (10-15 minutes each) from Art21 (click her for webpage). You can search by artist name, media or subject matter using search bar at the top middle of Art21’s homepage. Watch how they work and what they say about their process. Briefly critique each artist using the Formal, Contextual OR Expressive theory. One critique per film. This cannot be an artist we have viewed previously this semester. Mark Bradford in “Paradox” Looking at his paintings

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  • Appreciation of Chinese Art and Design

    6 Appreciation of Chinese Art and Design - Symmetry in Chinese Art and Design Symmetry has been widely used in various contexts. In traditional Chinese art and design, the concept of symmetry is one of the most important aesthetic principles. Symmetrical beauty is derived from nature, i.e., law of nature in Taoism. The human body and almost all animals are symmetric, which shows a beauty of health and balance. Rather asymmetry leaves people an impression of displeasure. Symmetry is also the manifestation

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  • Music Appreciation

    Music Appreciation Biography and Analysis of Franz Joseph Hayden and Symphony No. 95 in C Minor MUSI 1320 Music Appreciation Franz Joseph Haydn Franz Joseph Haydn was born on March 31, 1732 in Rohrau, Austria (Green, 2013). He did not come from a strong musical background; his family did not have any music professionals in it. However, his father was an amateur musician, his main profession was the village wheelwright. At an early age, Joseph had a wonderful voice. When he was eight he

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  • Art Appreciation 1

    ART 110 – Art Appreciation Assignment #1 1. Find and read the course document "Introduction – What is Art?" Write a brief response to the document. After reviewing ‘What is art’ by M. Cawley, I am faced with deciding what I believe to be the true definition of art. In as few words as possible, I would describe art as anything that moves you. A longer definition for me might reference arts ability to speak to our many senses through a variety of mediums such as paint, photography, words, or music

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  • Art Appreciation 2 - Research an Artist - Diego Rivera

    ART 110 – Art Appreciation Assignment #2 – Research an Artist The Early Life of the Artist 1. When was the artist born? Diego Rivera was born on December 8, 1886. (Wiki) 2. Where was the artist born? Rivera was born into a well off family in Guanajuato City, Guanajuato, Mexico. (Wiki) 3. Note any information you were able to find on the parents of the artist. Rivera’s maternal linage stemmed from Jews who had converted to Roman Catholicism. His father’s side came from

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  • Art Appreciation 3

    ART 110 – Art Appreciation Assignment #3 Chapter 3 – Visual Elements 1. What is the style of the assigned work? Define the style. The assigned work is The Liberation of the Peon, a Political Protest piece by Diego Rivera. This piece shows a beaten slave’s body being covered up while his master’s farm is burned. It was intended to demonstrate the anger, fear, and corruption in Mexico in 1931. 2. What is “line”? A line is simply defined in our textbook as an extension of a point. There

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  • Art Apreciation

    Professor Reynolds ARTS 105-001 10 December 2014 Why My Interpretation of Art has changed? I walked into this class expecting to just get by and hopefully it be a class where I can get a GPA boost by getting an A in the class. I really didn’t think anything about that fact I was going to be looking at art and I was confident in August that I would probably not have any appreciation for art despite taking an art appreciation class. My personal view before I took this class was that art is subjective

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  • Arts

    National Museum of Art, Washington D.C. And Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan Yayoi has a wide array of art that catches my eye. With then use of polka dots and motifs in her paintings to make wonderful works of art. Watercolors are also a bonus when looking at an art display as it can be very vivid and in high school I enjoyed doing thing that's involved the same things that she does. Pastels and Oils were also fun to use and were some personal favorites that make art a fun thing to do that

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  • Art Appreciation - Compare an Old Image to a Contemporary Image

    The painting by Gustav Klimt named Hope II in 1907-08 was very sexual but very respectful all in one. The red on her robe symbolizes women, but it is a long tradition. The robe also have circles, which symbolize the size of the embryos as the baby came to be. It represents the stages of life. The woman standing on top of the women also represent the stages of life as they go from young to old. The skull on the baby represents the final stage, death, and birth and death coming together. This also

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  • Arts

    As a lover of art I tend to find, beauty in everything some way. Whether it be a simple flower out in a field of brown grass, or a pattern that everyone thinks looks too busy. I didn’t realize how the ‘Beauty is all around you’ quote would fit me until I actually started to study it. No, I’m not art major because I can’t draw to save my life, but I found that studying it for a hobby is more relaxing than I thought it would have been. Living in New York City, I was able to go to an art museum every

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  • Art Appreciation

    Art Appreciation Question 1. Analyze this painting by addressing these three formal elements and terms describe the palette, shape and Space. Be sure to identify the perspective system employed in this painting The palette, or range of colors used in this painting, have a more neutral tone. The combination of forest greens, golden yellows, faint blues, and grays, combined with the lack of any bright colors, gives the painting a more neutral look. The painting employs several triangle shapes

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  • Art Appreciation

    Art Appreciation Emily Yost March 12, 2011 Art is a form of work which encompasses so many things. You can have art that is from the same Era, but yet be very different. Art can consist of some of the same things which you can find in common with another time period. I want to try and take a look at three individual pieces of art belonging to the same style and era. I will then try to evaluate these works from tool s that I have learned. I have chosen the Baroque style of art. This

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  • Art Appreciation

    I visited one of the student art gallery’s on APU’s campus; I went to the Duke Art Gallery. This gallery had maybe 10 pieces in it, but there was a mixture of different types of artwork. I felt like I could not relate to all of the pieces in the hallway, some of the pieces were hard to understand the meaning behind them. For example there was one painting of a man holding a deflated balloon and in the shadows there is an outline of a full, floating balloon. The picture is kind of dark and it

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  • Music Appreciation

    Music Appreciation Essay MUSC 1030 Professor J. Mann Most people when they look at me automatically assume “oh that girl is all hardcore”. This is not always the case for me. I am very eclectic in my taste for music, and I feel I have a very good grasp on the various types of music in which I can appreciate just about anything thrown at me to listen to regardless of the genre. I appreciate where music has come from, all the way to where it is for today’s music. Because my daughter is more into

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  • Arts

    INTRODUCTION In all of human history, art has mirrored life in the community, society, and the world in all its colors, lines, shapes, and forms. The same has been true in the last two centuries, with world events and global trends being reflected in the art movements. The decades from 1900 to the present have seen the human race living in an ever shrinking planet. The 20th century saw a boom in the interchange of ideas, beliefs, values, and lifestyles that continues to bring the citizens

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    Kayla Demel Art Appreciation 103 Online 04/1915 Comparison of Wendell Castle’s Cavalcade and Harry Bertoia’s Sounding Sculpture Comparison of Wendell Castle’s Cavalcade and Harry Bertoia’s Sounding Sculpture The artwork Cavalcade by Wendell Castle compared with Harry Bertoia’s sounding sculpture were designed for different purposes but both use elements of art to emphasis the meanings of each. I found these sculptures at the Wichita Art Museum. I selected these two because I found sculptures

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  • Music Appreciation

    arouse in his auditors; he conveys his feelings to them, and thus most readily moves them to sympathetic emotions." Carl Philip Emanuel Bach | | Music and time are inextricably intertwined. Whether in a live or recorded performance, music is an art form that occurs “in the moment.” From the composer or the performer's point of view, music may happen without it actually being performed as, for example, when the composer thinks of a tune “in her head” or when the performer imagines the music without

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  • Dance Appreciation

    doing today? My name is Cole Faierstain and I am here to tell you about the reasons behind my interest in dance appreciation. At first when it was time to pick all of my classes I was looking for a class that fit my schedule and was flexible. One of my good friends told me there was this class that was interesting and a good class for what I was looking for. She said that Dance Appreciation was a class that was flexible enough and interesting enough for me to take along with my heavy course load. Therefore

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  • ‘Interstellar’ Appreciation

    12MIS 5201240008 赵尔东 ‘Interstellar’ Appreciation Interstellar opens on Earth in the distant future, as Mother Nature is waging war on humanity. Famine is widespread, and all of mankind's resources are now dedicated to farming in a desperate fight for survival. A former NASA pilot and engineer named Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) has become a homesteader in order to support his teenage son Tom (Timothee Chalamet) and 10-year-old daughter Murph (Mackenzie Foy). Unfortunately, even that begins

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  • Art Appreciation

    Chapter 1 What is Art? In both the sciences and the arts we strive to weave our experiences into coherent bodies of knowledge and to communicate them. Art… • enhances daily experiences. • is linked to quality of life. • touches everyone. • is all around us. The Meaning of the Word Art… • Ability - The human capacity to make things of beauty and things that stir us. • Process - The different forms of art such as drawing, painting, sculpting, architecture, and photography. • Product

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  • Art Appreciation

    2/15/16 I visited the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin. The work I chose was part of the contemporary Latin American art exhibition. The title of the work is Diptico en el Desierto (Diptych in the Desert) and the name of the artist is Jose Toirac. The work is an oil on canvas painting. The dimensions are 37 ¾ in x 51 in. The work was made in 2000-2001. Where the painting was made is not specified. The artist was born in Guantanamo, Cuba and currently resides in Havana

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  • Art Appreciation

    Researching a Work of Art: Gathering the Basics Use this paper as a guide in the analysis of each of your works of art. You may want to make two copies of this sheet – one for each work. Artist: Maurits Cornelis Escher Year born/year died: 1898-1972 Influences? Architecture, perspective and impossible spaces Style associated with this artist: lithographs wood cuts, wood engravings and general drawing and sketching Title of work: SKY AND WATER Background info on work: Critical

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  • Art Appreciation Artist

    Joshua David L. Laurel II-AFIN Activity No. 2.4 1. Who is Michelangelo? He is a Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet and engineer of the high renaissance who exerted on unparalled influence on the development of western art. Considered to be the greatest living artist during his lifetime, he has since also been described as one of the greatest artist of all time. A number of Michelangelo’s work in painting, sculpture and architecture rank among the most famous in existence. His output in

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  • Appreciation

    APPRECIATION One young academically excellent person went to apply for a managerial position in a big company. He passed the first interview the director called for the last interview and made a lasting decision. The director discovered from the CV that the youth's academic achievements were excellent all the way, from the secondary school until the postgraduate research, never had a year when he did not score. The director asked, "Did you obtain any scholarships in school?" the youth answered "none"

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  • Arts

    spanned from the 14th century to the 17th. It began in Florence in the Late Middle Ages and later on spread to Europe. The term Renaissance is used loosely to refer to a historical era in which there was a development of linear perspective within the art of painting, and a increasing spread of educational reform. This cultural movement was the bridge between the modern era and the Middle Ages. It was seen as an intellectual pursuit in which social and political upheaval arose. This period is best known

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  • Huma205-1201a-11 Art Appreciation

    HUMA205-1201A-11 Art Appreciation January 8, 2012 American Intercontinental University Online Abstract This document formed on behalf of the requester shows the various forms of art as surmised by the author and attempts to define and relate the contents in a meaningful way. The art used in example is well known and has been exhibited or under exhibit in national museums currently. HUMA205-1201A-11 Art Appreciation Dictionary.com defines Art as “the quality, production, expression

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    Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale Carlos Luna Arbol Grande, Guajiro Yo Oil on canvas 2001 180 x 200 cm/ 71 x 79 in Collection of the Artist The painting “Arbol Grande, Guajiro Yo” has a tree painted in the middle. The tree has many colorful leaves. There is a man sitting beneath the tree, who is smoking a cigar. Apparently, because of the smoking his doing, he is surrounded by a cloud of smoke. The man is wearing a hat and has a mustache on his face. Also, there are flowers

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  • Art Appreciation

    The Romanticism Era Unit 5 Individual Project Art Appreciation: HUMA205-1202B-12 Kandyce Livingston American Intercontinental University Abstract The following essay will discuss three different works of art from the Romanticism era. The essay will provide a description of each work art including the style. A summary of each artists’ personal philosophies of art will be discussed along with prevailing trends and school of thought in the art world during this time period. In addition, an

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  • Poetic Appreciation and Analysis

    rhythm, sound, imagery, symbol, and content value. Conceptual Framework This research is based on the theory that “Poetry is an art of condensation and implication; poems concentrate meaning and distill feeling” as stated by Bacon (2000). Therefore, poetry involves more than considering the meanings of words. It includes apprehension of a poem’s form, appreciation of its patterns of sound, and understanding of its thought. Poetry sharpens our perception of the world around us since it draws its

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