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    Art Analysis: Safely Contained Image: Scarface Artist: Miles Donovan This image is one of a series of four other paintings, all of iconic people. The image I am analyzing is of Robert De Nero as Scarface, an example of another of the images is Stevie Wonder. The image I am studying of Scarface is a computer generated image which was produced in Photoshop, the photo from a real shot in the film. The theme that is carried through the images is that they are all placed on a red background

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    Art Analysis Paper

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    Art Analysis Paper The first painting analyzed was North Country Idyll by Arthur Bowen Davis. The focal point was the white naked woman. The white was used to bring her out and focus on the four actual colored males surrounding her. The woman appears to be blowing a kiss. There is use of stumato along with atmospheric perspective. There is excellent use of color for the setting. It is almost a life like painting. This painting has smooth brush strokes. The sailing ship is the focal point because

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    Langa's Art Analysis

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    understanding of what she prefers to call “social viewpoint, ” as opposed to “social realist,” prints by looking at them as multidimensional cultural artifacts. Her analysis is, therefore, informed by extensive research into the lives and/or politics of the artists who created the images included in the chapter, the social, political, and art historical milieu in which they were producing their works, and, ultimately, the reception(s) or potential reception(s) of the works by the different social groups

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    Portraiture Art Analysis

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    painter uses color and pose; in addition, both portraiture methodology and art portraits try to reveal who the subject of the painting or writing really is. They are not just about showing an object; they are trying to show the full person and who they are throw picture or narrative. We see now how art portraiture works and its history. Hence, we could conclude the differences and the similarities. The differences are that the art provides the works through drawing and painting, but methodology of portraiture

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    Art 40-40 Art Analysis

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    40/40 was a celebration of 40 years of the University Museums held September 19th at the Brunnier Art Museum. This event celebrated the achievement of the University Museums over the last 40 years. This exhibit also highlighted 80 new accessioned artworks all created by Iowa artists in various different mediums such as textiles, paintings, sculptures, metals, glass and much more. The first work I was drawn to was Megaplanet created by Josh Simpson in 2000. This sculpture highlights the mysteries

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    Analysis Of Dada Art

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    The colour palette in this particular piece is another thing that I have picked up on, the use of a complementary selection of colors means that the image is easy to look at, but still provides enough of an impact to fit within the criteria of Dada art. The inclusion of collage and fragments of words give the image another level. The orange colour that Schwitters uses reminds me of rust, which makes use of old, and faded colours giving his work an antique feeling. The composition of this particular

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    Aboriginal Art Analysis

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    Aboriginal art is now being made as product for the Western Art Market and is a main export for many remote communities helping stimulate their economies and income for the individuals that live there. Indigenous art comes in a wide range of prices from mass produced prints and painted objects available at local shops to high end large pieces fetching prices in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. (Allas, 2010) Australia has a thriving tourism industry and in souvenir shops nationwide there are

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    Art Reflection Analysis

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    College Spring Creek campus Art Gallery. We viewed several pieces of art and chose five of them to review and share our opinions of the works with each other. I am glad that I got this experience and I feel that it has truly broadened my perspective of art and has helped me examine pieces and situations in a different way. Before going to the gallery, I expected to see a bunch of paintings of nature scenes and maybe a couple of portraits. This is a misconception about art in our society today. A lot

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    Art Rosenbaum Analysis

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    soul without saying a single word. Not only does art stimulate the eyes, but it also trigger the section of the brain that is responsible for feelings and emotions, which makes for a much deeper experience when analyzing the art. The painters' time period and history can drastically affect the style and message conveyed by the artwork, which ultimately affects the mood you received from the painting. Upon first seeing the painting delineated by Art Rosenbaum, it grabbed my heart and spoke words very

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    Arts And Play Analysis

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    What is Arts and Play? Well it is a multitude of different activities that a person performs. Some of those activities include: dance, drawling, acting something out, imagining something, singing, writing, drama, crochet, knitting, ect. However, in this writing situation it is not just about Arts and Play, it is about how Art and Play experiences influenced my life, and how they will influence me as an educator. To start I will explain what type of play and art I experienced as a child. As far

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