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    Compare and Contrast Works of Art Bright colors jumping at you asking for attention, images so real viewers can not tell the difference. These are the thoughts that came to my head as I gazed at two works of art by two Mexican artists at MoLAA museum of art . I visited two museums, Bowers Museum of cultural Art in the heart of Southern California and the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach for my report unfortunately I only liked the works in MoLAA and will talk about it through out my paper

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    Comparisons of Art In the Egyptian era there were many art forms that were done and sculpted. Seated Scribe is one of these Egyptians sculptures. It was done in 2400 B.C.E and was done in limestone by subtractive sculpting. The colors that are used in this sculpture are very plain and bland. You can notice that the color is wearing away at the sculpture because there are blotches where the paint has started to chip away. The sculpture is physically accurate of a middle-aged man because you

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    Comparison of Babylonian Art vs. Egyptian Art Over the history of man, there have been many prosperous empires that ruled in different parts of the world. Babylon and Egypt are two of these empires that ruled almost 500 years apart, but had one thing in common, great artistic works. Wall paintings such as the Babylonian work Investiture of Zimrilim, and the Egyptian Queen Neferati Making an Offering to Isis are examples of the great works of their times. Both pieces are rich in meaning and

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    Pop Art Comparison of Seated Woman and Lavender Disaster Pop Art was a Modern art movement that emerged durring the mid-twentieth century in both England and America. It first began to gain recognition in the early 1950’s, after about twenty years of Abstract, as artists altered their attention and looked to change. In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, Pop Art became much more popular to the general public and successful for the movement’s artists due to the world growing tired of the repeditive

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    There are different philosophers argue on the functions of art and language serve on two different functions, or that they are the same function basically. Tolstoy claims that art and language are two separate activities with different functions. On the other hand, Collingwood states that art and language are more or less the same. In this essay, I will argue that both philosophers’’ theories are invalid, that art and language are two separate activities with different functions. Tolstoy, and Collingwood

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    Dada and Pop art are two different periods of time that were both created after incidents that had left the world in devastation. Dada was the idea that anything could be classified as art. Whist Pop art was the idea that everyday items, such as consumer goods, along with mass media, was the straightforward style of life; and made art out of these. Two of the biggest artists around to the world who were a part of these times 2 eras; Marcel Duchamp (1887 - 1968) of the Dada and Andy Warhol (1928 -

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    Art Spiegelman’s, Maus, describes a survivor’s tale taken from his father during his experiences in the Holocaust. H. Ridder Haggards novel, She, unveils a lost African kingdom that is later found by a professor and his ward where they discover a primitive race of natives being ruled by a mysterious white queen, who reigns as the all-powerful “She”. Both She and Maus use fantasy to address serious historical issues of the time it was written. The comic book format of Maus demonstrates strong advantages

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    demonstrates the achievements of arts and cultures. The two architects that the paper is going to compare are National Art Schools Project from Cuba and High Line Park from the New York City. The two from different countries show definitely different architectural knowledge. A comparison between them is necessary in order to know better of style, history, social changes and so on. The following parts will discuss the similarities and differences between National Art Schools Project and High Line Park

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    cultural mecca for art, particularly with museums. Two of these major institutions are The Frick Collection and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each museum provides a glimpse of creativity from the past, all while remaining interesting in exhibiting the works of various styles and periods. While the two museums have similar goals in their Mission Statements, the differences in space, structure, and curating art philosophies differentiates them. In 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded by a

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    Arts criticism is the verbal or written discourse about works and/or movements of fine art. To develop this criticism, one would need to evaluate the work of art, and then make a judgment call about it. But what exactly makes for great arts criticism? Surely an amateur freshman just starting out an arts criticism class can’t facilitate a discussion about a work of art to the same caliber as experts such as Noël Carrol and Edith Wharton. Despite living nearly a century apart, both provide similar

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    painting are the kids clothing which draws the attention toward the house, hints the name Home in the Woods. Some of the color value is also the same in both of the pieces. The green trees are the main color value that is in comparison. Also, the brown of the tree trunks are a comparison in both portraits. There are bodies of water in both of the paintings; however, the color value is not the same in both. The body of water in The Old Hunting Grounds is more of dark brown colored water making it appear

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    Comparison of two paintings

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    Comparison of two paintings Paintings have been used to represent people since the beginning of the human race. Through time due to advancements in material and painting techniques combined with the ever-increasing talent of the artists, paintings representing people have become very lifelike and are extremely realistic. Some painted portraits have as much detail as modern photographs. However, there are also paintings of people that are representational in which the artist is trying to convey

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    A Comparison of Christian and Islamic Architecture in Spain By the 6th century a Germanic tribe called the Visigoths, converts to Arian Christianity, had established themselves as the aristocratic elite. The Christians built many monumental basilica-plan churches. The Santa Maria de Quintanilla de las Vinas, Burgos, Spain and San Juan de Banos de Cerrato are two such churches that still remain today. In the beginning of the 8th century Islamic Muslims conquered Spain and ended Visigothic rule

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    nature; beyond, surpassing, or differing from what is natural."  In light of this definition, I shall be discussing the plays The Tempest, Julius Caesar, and A Midsummer Night's Dream through three successive pairings, drawing distinctions and comparisons between each play and its significant others as relate to some aspect of the supernatural realm. In any discussion of two Shakespeare plays, the issue of chronology deserves at least a passing nod. In the case of The Tempest and A Midsummer Night's

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    Comparison of Michelangelo8217s and Bernini8217s Davids “The greatest artist has no conception which a single block of marble does not potentially contain within its mass, but only a hand obedient to the mind can penetrate to this image.” Michelangelo describes in the above quote what it is like to carve a likeness of a person out of a large block of marble. As we know from seeing his work, he did an excellent job with this task. Bernini did just as fine a job on his, but in a much different

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    A Comparison of Barna di Siena’s Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine and Rogier van der Weyden’s Saint Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child Development in art often follows two tracks: development over a period of time and also differences in regional development. Both changes are seen in the comparison of Barna di Siena’s Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine and Rogier van der Weyden’s Saint Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child. Originating in Italy, the Renaissance began in the mid to late 13th century

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    John Donne's Unusual Conceits: Bizarre Imagery or Thoughtful Comparisons? What exactly do a flea and the intense emotion of love have in common?  Does the sun ever intrude upon you and your lover while in bed?  To most people these questions would draw nothing but quizzical or blank stares followed by perhaps a referral to one psychologist or another.  However, if one asked a certain young minister from seventeenth century London the same questions, he would have suddenly become inspired.  This

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    Comparison of Fall of Man and Hamlet The medieval traditions shown in the "Fall of Man" were very apparent in Shakespeare's play, Hamlet.  It is not known whether or not Shakespeare ever read the "Fall of Man", and it does not matter, for the effects and influence of the “Fall of Man” on Shakespeare's writing is very obvious when the plots of both stories are examined.  Both are written in archaic form, as well as with a very strict rhyme scheme.  “The Fall of Man” is a tragedy, the same

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    Comparison of Mussolini and Hitler Fascism was a totalitarian political movement that developed after 1919 as a reaction against the political and social changes brought about by World War 1 and the spread of socialism and communism. It flourished between 1919 and 1945 in several countries, mainly Germany, Spain, Italy, and Japan. Fascism is a form of totalitarian dictatorship that had ideals such as extreme nationalism, economic self sufficiency and military strength. The dictators abolished

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    A Comparison of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism In this essay, I will contrast and compare the two art movements, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism. I will be concentrating on the works of the two leading artists of these styles Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. The impressionist movement is often considered to mark the beginning of the modern period of art. It was developed in France during the late 19th century. The impressionist movement arose out of dissatisfaction with the

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