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The Evidence of the Scythians
The Evidence of the Scythians In archaeology the term Scythians refers to the tribes which inhabited the steppers adjoining to the northern shores of the Black Sea. There is also a broader notion of the Scythian world considered as a group of different tribes sharing a common economic and cultural life and occupying a la...
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A Self-Analysis on How I Depict Art
To see a scorned, beaten, and crucified man, lying dead in the arms of his mother is an image, which can inspire overwhelming emotions within the heart of an observer. Yet, for the longest time I've had such difficulty looking at Michelangelo's art in this way. To me, art has never been about expressing oneself or conveying...
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Art as a Means of Expressing Spiritual Beliefs
Balance of Man and Nature in Japanese and Australian Aboriginal Art Many cultures use art as a means of expression of their spiritual beliefs. Religion has been a common theme seen in several art medians. This influence can be seen in architecture, painting, sculptures, and decorative arts. The two different art styles that...
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The Importance of Studying Art
Art is something which can be analyzed to give deeper insight as to the common values and beliefs shared by the members of a certain society. Regardless of the place of origin or the time period of a form of art, it will always be a reflection of the social structure in which it's creator/s lived. However, the way the artis...
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An Analysis of the Renaissance Art as a Period Which is Considered Most Important
Man has been creating art for over 30,000 years. There are cave drawings, sculptures, Egyptian art, Greek Art, Modern Art and plenty more but to many, the Renaissance Art period is considered to be most important. Never had so many geniuses in art lived at one time and never had so many pieces of cherished art been produced...
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A Look at the Emotional Aspect of Art
Throughout time, art has been cherished as a gateway to provoking thought from a hemisphere of the brain most people would otherwise rarely use. A person who has strength in both logic and creativity has always been praised as an enriched mind. Understanding art can bring about emotions and thoughts that can be both positiv...
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An Analysis of the Experience With Art
From an early age I have always had a strong interest in art, and have been involved with it in some form all through my life. In year nine I realised that it was something that I might like to pursue as a career, I started taking it more seriously. The Chase’s art department encouraged me very well and helped me develo...
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Analysis of a Sculpture
Vertical Construction No.1, located within the diverse collections of
the Baltimore Museum of Art, is a piece made by Russian sculptor Naum
Gabo. The sculpture was created in 1962-1967 and is made of bronze with
steel, wood, and spring-wire. This piece stands at a height of 79.9 x 0
in./203 x 0 cm within a Plexiglas case....
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Analysis of Egyptian Art
The piece I choose to do for my research paper is called “Wadjet”. It is an Egyptian piece of art. Wadjet was the protectress of the king and the tutelary deity of Lower Egypt. The sculpture is from the 26th dynasty. The piece is a votive figure. The Egyptian iconography has gods that were shown with human torsos and animal...
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Western Art Aesthetic
The argument that aesthetic is a western concept is based on the separation between European and non-European culture. In other words, this category is set to tell the differences from western art and primitive. It underlies the assumption that western art is civilized. Furthermore, fine art, such as classic music, from Eur...
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Views of Women during the Renaissance Era and Now
As I walked around the museum, I quickly rushed through the fourth and third floors. Ancient sculptures, pottery, clothing, and any kind of furniture never really catch my attention, the way paintings do. As many times as I have been to the Dallas Museum of Art, I have always taken my time looking at the painting. I have ta...
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The Benefits of Assisted Reproductive Technology
The rapid production of technologic advances in the science field is remarkable, especially those directed towards reproductive developments. Assisted Reproductive Technology, also known as ART, is referred to techniques used to achieve pregnancy through artificial or partially artificial means. ART has helped millions of...
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The Arts of the past, Present and Future: A Paper on Art Forms
The arts of the past, present and future When asked, what is art? many people will respond simply by referring to art as paintings. Art involves so much more than paintings. Almost anything in todays world if done in the correct fashion can be categorized as some form of art. Art includes but is not limited to paintin...
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The Many Different Forms of Art
Art Art comes in many different forms. It isnt just visual work done on canvas using a certain medium, like pencils, watercolors, or oils. Art is just a way in which an individual expresses his or her inner most self, so that others can understand that individuals personality or feelings to their fullest. The most common...
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The 18 Different Definitions of Arts in the Dictionary
The question of "what is art?" has been asked a thousand times. We've been pondering over what art is for years upon years. Some say art must be beautiful to the eye, ignite an emotion, or reach out to the observer. Some say art is not art until it changes their point of view, belief, or opinion. Others say, art i...
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A Comparative Analysis of the Pop Art in America and Great Britain
Pop Art; an Introduction to the Era; In this investigation I plan to conduct an investigation into the similarities and differences between American and British pop art. Pop art started in the late 1950's in England, and grew in the United States in the early 1960's. English art critic Lawrence Holloway first used the term...
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A Look at How the Roman Collectors Copied the Ancient Greek Art
Romans were collectors and admirers of Greek art. Art from Greece was brought to Rome, copied, and also changed by the Romans. As a result, Roman art is somewhat based on Greek art. However, Roman art is not merely a continuation of Greek art. For an amateur it is difficult to determine between the two art forms because nei...
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Does the Beauty of Art Lies in the Beholder?
Do you agree with the claim "Art reveals values"? The Encarta dictionary defines values as "the accepted principles or standards of an individual or a group". When I think about what the word "value" means to me, I think of morals and the amount of worth people assign to objects. After much co...
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A Perosnal Narrative About the Value and Different Kinds of Expression of Art
Art is an expression of life, which means it expresses emotions. Creation that allows for interpretation of any kind is art. I have read that art is a human skill as opposed to nature, a skill applied to music, painting, poetry etc... I believe that nature is art as well. If something is made a certain way, it is beautiful...
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Religion Art, a Different View of Things
Why is Art Important to Religion Art is important to religion in many different ways. Perhaps none has analyzed how art and religion have influenced and affected each other through the ages. Pictures painted of past events that help to bring back the feeling and importance of the past have been forgotten by some. To the...
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The History of Art and It's Influence on Society
Art History People do not often interchange the concepts of history and art. Most think of art, quite correctly, as tangible objects people can see and touch. They tend to think of history as the record and interpretation of past human events, more closely, the social and political actions and events. People can't of cou...
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An Analysis of the Differences and Similarities Between Catholic and Protestant Art Works
INTRODUCTION In this essay I am going to show the differences and similarities between Catholic and Protestant art works. I am first going to give a brief background into the history of the time. I am going to explain how the Protestant movement started and how it effected the art works of the relevant countries. I am...
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A Study on Geographical and Temporal Range of Cave Art
Geographic and Temporal Range of Cave Art The people of the upper Paleolithic left behind many clues to how they lived and what they did. But unlike anything before them, they have left clues to why they did what they did. The clues are in the art they left behind in caves. Dat...
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The Chain of Art
The Chain of Art Cubism was one of the strongest art movements in the 20th century that gave birth to many other movements such as futurism and suprematism. The Forefathers of this revolutionary way of painting were Pablo Picasso and George Braque. Although it may have seemed to be abstract and geometrical to an untrained...
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An Analysis of Function of Art in the Society
To say that art serves no function is absurd. Art is a function of everyday life. First of all, art holds a function to its creator. Art can be expressed through clothing, home d, expression, housing, food, jewelry, and religion just to name a few. Architects, clothing designers, even landscapers rely on art to supply their...
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