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    was cave painting. Cave painting is a form of prehistoric art that dates back hundreds of thousands of years. Analysts are unable to specify the reasoning behind these paintings of objects on cave walls, but many theories have been formulated to surmise the rational behind the art. Questions arise like, “why did man find a need to paint the walls of caves” and is this part of the foundation of the origin of human life as we know it? (Beacon) The ecumenical belief is rooted at history, cave paintings

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    BRIEF HISTORY Spray painting is the process of changing a liquid substance in most cases, paint, into an aerosol state in order to apply it on a surface using spray-painting equipment. The spray painting history started in 1887 when Joseph Binks improvised a hand-operated pump to speed up the painting process. Interestingly, the spray paint invention revolutionised the painting process because Binks invented a spraying machine, which was a hand-operated device used by the crew who worked under him

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    works of art. Through Caravaggio's painting of The Fortune Teller, he is able to capture the realism of the characters and their encounter to leave a natural feeling for the observer. This effect of Renaissance realism of the painting tells a tale about the characters. Caravaggio is also able to express his own form of individualism through the work of art, as his leap towards uniqueness and style made it stand out. Lastly, Caravaggio through the painting has been able to depict the reality

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    Loving Classical Art (Before It Was Cool)

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    these two paintings mentioned, one would first notice that the paintings belong to different art periods, namely Rococo and Neoclassicism. Labeling and categorizing things usually end up being disadvantageous, and considering these two paintings independent from each other would be a severe misconception caused by labeling. “Neoclassicism” is the term that describes works of art that draws inspiration from the classical art: Ancient Greek and Roman art , yet by comparing these paintings, it will become

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    Salvador Dali is a Spanish artist known for being a key figure in Surrealism, which began as a cultural movement before transitioning to an artistic movement. Through the influences of history, science, and other artists, Dali created many unique paintings such as: Soft Construction with Boiled Beans, The Persistence of Memory, and Portrait de Paul Eluard. Salvador Dali was born near Barcelona, Spain on May 11, 1904. In his early childhood, he was known to have “fits of anger against his parents

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    SLAM website, the time in history in which these paintings are based is when the previously divided Germany had just collapsed as a result of the Eastern German Government giving way and opening the Berlin Wall. This specifically happened in November of 1989, which is one of the canvas' titles. Although this was a positive event in German history, the purpose of Richter's paintings was to reveal a much deeper emotional and political uncertainty from these changes. The paintings aim to represent the past

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    artist known for being a key figure in Surrealism, which began as a cultural movement before transitioning to an artistic movement. Surrealism was invented by a French poet, writer, and art critic named Guillaume Apollinaire. It was influenced by history because it was a product of an unstable time due to the First World War, which Guillaume Apollinaire fought in and used for inspiration (Bohn 1). Surrealism experimented with a new mode of expression which sought to release the unbridled imagination

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    Song Dynasty Painting

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    purpose of this essay is to investigate the use of perspective and pictorial value in traditional Chinese ink painting of Song Dynasty (960- 1279). Traditional Chinese ink paintings are known for depicting landscapes in a unique and profound style, but are usually not credit for their accuracy in depicting scene in a realistic way. Some may even consider that traditional Chinese ink paintings do not have the “correct” use of perspective and pictorial value in them. Did ancient Chinese artists have a

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    prehistoric period, cave paintings were an instinctive way to create beauty. People have the art of creating, inspiring, and exciting. They want to differentiate themselves from the others, and in their eagerness to achieve their goal, they left thousands of representations that reflected their great creations through history. Baroque and Rococo are two of the main periods where art has developed at its finest. Their styles had many differences. However, it is in the paintings from their time period

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    “No painter can paint well without a thorough knowledge of geometry” (qtd. in Butterfield 27). The Italian Renaissance is famous for its art which includes unique style of painting and sculpting, however, the Renaissance made significant remark on the use of scientific techniques which also can be considered as the influence of classical ideas. Although, classical ideas were not advanced like in the Renaissance, it provided the foundation for the Renaissance to revive it again. The Italian Renaissance

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