Creativity and freedom are the main two concepts of art. The essential constituent of art is man’s creativity and freedom. His vast literary creations range from poems, short stories, novels,dramas,songs and essays give expression to his incessant creative progression and his passionate desire to be acquainted with new domains of human experience. Through the sanyasi or the ascetic we get the idea about the Tagore’s notion of art. When we analyze the sanyasi we understand that art and life are closely related as artistic expressions of man are creations based on relationships between him and his surroundings.
Art is more an emotional representation of a deeper understanding ones surroundings and inner turmoil. These invisible meanings which are hidden so well are trapped with in the work. It is hidden by reality which hides these emotions and people seek to find a bridge to these meanings to understand the struggles these artists feel. Malevich and Hofmann are great artists which have started their own style of painting and started the beginning of challenging the boundaries.
The central theme of his poetry is his own intense personal dispositions, as a lover, a friend, a psychoanalyst of his own experiences, worldly and religious. Classical poetry cannot unify these experiences; it is John Donne’s use of the metaphysical that allows him to present his poetry as a whole experience, and to show feelings as they are. This technique proves him not only successful in teaching and delighting audience, but achieving both so effectively that they have the ability to affect readers deeply.
(Weckman, 566) Without a doubt, it is the community that forms the basis of religious life. When dealing with religious community, one can't help but realize how disparate many of them are. Nevertheless, community will persist as the basis and the foundation of all religious life throughout the world.
Richard Fairbanks and Takeshi Yasuda are very different in nature, but I find each of their works visually and aesthetically compelling. Difference creates questions, which creates interests, which creates answers. I feel both of these men treasured simplicity in its realist form! Fairbanks and Takeshi both explored the "unknown" to create identity for themselves. The creativity, ingeniousness, and capacity of knowledge that these men display helps identify who they are and what they stand for as artists.
In Crime and Punishment, Raskolnikov is a developing character who embarks on a personal journey throughout the contents of the novel, which centers on the compelling nature of his environment. Raskolnikov is man who is consumed by the thoughts in his head, and receives quite a few omens that compel him to make certain choices. The issue of compulsion and persuasion can be observed in his inner and external environment, and affects Raskolnikov’s decisions. The topic of compulsion deeply affects Raskolnikov’s character development and personal journey throughout the course of their respective novels as seen through unconscious motivation, compulsion from his ideology, and from persuasive characters. Unconscious motivation is a powerful tool in uncovering the motives of Raskolnikov.
Blake had an uncanny ability to use his work to illustrate the unpleasant and often painful realities around him. His poetry consistently embodies an attitude of revolt against the abuse of class and power that appears guided by a unique brand of spirituality. His spiritual beliefs reached outside the boundaries of religious elites loyal to the monarchy. “He was inspired by dissident religious ideas rooted in the thinking of the most radical opponents of the monarchy during the English Civil War “(E. P. Thompson). Concern with war and the blighting effects of the industrial revolution were displayed in much of his work.
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