People almost agree that red expresses passion and blue expresses sorrow. There is no doubt that Matisse wanted to express pleasure to viewers by using vivid color in his artworks. For instance, Weston figures out The Rosier Chapel at Vence is also a masterpiece. Matisse used visual art to express the space and created whole aesthetic experience. It makes people fell the sense of joy, pleasure.
Many historians and literature enthusiasts have presumed his volatile love life as the source while others have credited it to his substance abuse. The influence of his one-of-a-kind writing is more than likely a combination of both theories; but the main factor is the death of many of his loved ones and the abuse which he endured. This, not surprisingly, darkened his perspective considerably. Before the age of three, Poe was already an orphan after his Mother dying and his Father walking out on them (Frank 56). Poe was too young to remember his Mother since her death occurred when he was very young, but later in his life he grew resentful for being raised as a foster child.
The poem focuses on the son’s feelings and thoughts as he is looking up at what he perceives to be his father’s hospital window. The second stanza concretes the literal foundation for the poem—the son is despondent about the gravity of the situation revolving around his father’s cond... ... middle of paper ... ... not afraid for his life, because he knows that through this religious experience, he will have the same fate as his father. It is like his father is already in heaven and reaching out to his son, letting him know that everything is going to be okay. Dickey is a mastermind at truly evoking mental images and feedback from the reader through his brilliant writing style. By the end of the poem, the reader has felt as if he or her has ridden on a roller coaster of a keen portrayal of the reality of death, the sentiment felt by those left behind by the dead, and also the power of faith.
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When you use good composition you can draw in viewer’s eyes to the focal point and organically move their eyes around the rest of the painting. Henri Matisse defined it this way: "Composition is the art of arranging in a decorative manner the diverse elements at the painter's command to express his feelings." The Elements of Composition in art are used to organize the visual components in a way that is visually pleasing to the creator and hopefully the viewer. The elements of composition are unity, balance, movement, rhythm, focus, contrast, pattern and proportion. Questions to ask yourself when creating art, using Composition: Unity: Do all the elements fit together?
The Bluest Eye. New York: Vintage Intl., 2007. Print. Mutalik-Desai, A. A., comp.