In a painting, space plays a huge role due to the fact that it refers to the distances, areas around and between components. A major difference in these works is space. Titian has more space and more people in this painting due to the fact that his painting has more space and is more focused on the things happening in the background while Manet focuses just on the lady, the maid, and the cat. Also, due to the fact that there is a lot of space in the painting by Titian, there is more use of color because the background shows another lady and a smaller girl while Manet makes use of the same colors repeatedly. Titan’s work is 3’11” x 5’ 5” while Manet’s is 4’3” x 6’ 2” and this exposes that titan made better use of the space which he had. As stated above, Manet uses his space to focus on the lady, the slave, and the cat. Manet does not focus on...
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Both Titian and Manet works signify the comfort which women had during the 15th and 18th century. This paper analyzes the thoughts and differences between two different artists of different eras and they both use these paintings to depict the situations going on. However, the background has played a huge role in the comparison between these works due to the fact that they enhance the differences in colors, space usage, and the issues pointed out such as class and racism. In conclusion, these works are very similar but the elements of art used by both Titian and Manet such as space and color, enable the viewers to see the differences in these artworks and also played a huge role in the analysis. Both Manet and Titian try to send out messages to the society of issues going on in the world and this is easy to interpret on their choices of colors, and usage of space.
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