"Formal Analysis Painting" Essays and Research Papers

  • Formal Analysis Painting

    The Violin Concerto Op.61: Third Movement (Rondo: Allegro) | The third movement is built around the lively Rondo form (in which one main theme - the Refrain - is repeated in a cycle interspersed with different des) and also includes a number of classic Sonata features: the three-part symmetry, harmonic structure and the fact that the first episode - which returns as the third episode - acts as the 2nd theme of the Sonata. This varied form, known as the Rondo Sonata, can be found in some of Mozart's...

    Concerto, Formal sections in music analysis, Fritz Kreisler 519  Words | 6  Pages

  • Shubert -String Quartet Analysis

    1.String quartet in d minor (D.810) 1st movement Allegro formal diagram Name of form part of subpart inclusive m. total m. tonality commentary Exposition 1-140 140 strong vierhebigkeit throughout Introduction 1-14 14 d; i---V Aggressive main triplet rhythm 1st theme 15-24 9 i---V main melody in...

    D minor, Formal sections in music analysis, Key 377  Words | 2  Pages

  • Painting Analysis

    Massacre in Ermita” By Diosdado Lorenzo Maria Louise M. Rimando ABMA – 111 APHILMA Formal Analysis One of Diosdado Lorenzo’s largest artworks, having the size of 200cm x 173cm, is The Rape and Massacre in Ermita, which was done in oil on canvas. It was painted in 1947, at a time when our country was still befuddling from the brutish control of the Japanese Imperial Government during World War II. The painting portrays a horrifying incident that is happening to a family. In the foreground, a young...

    Attack on Pearl Harbor, Empire of Japan, Imperial Japanese Navy 862  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis

    Sandra Vargas Formal Analysis November 19, 2014 Professor Alison Pearlman Exotic Landscape (French 1844-1910) (1910) by Henri Rousseau Oil on canvas Mexican Pictures Henri Rousseau’s piece titled Exotic Landscapes (1910) represents a childhood myth in which he called his “Mexican Pictures”. He cultivated this idea that he served in the Mexican army by creating a multitude of landscapes paintings. Below I will be describing one of his most famous landscape pieces named “Exotic Landscapes”...

    Branch, Color, Depth perception 915  Words | 4  Pages

  • Formal Analysis

    Formal Analysis I’ve decided to do my formal analysis on an original painting done by Slava Ilyayev titled, “Passage to Spring”. I ran across this beautiful work of art at Fascination St. Fine Art north of Cherry Creek in Denver. UNITY: As you take a look at this piece, you can notice unity right away. The artist uses color, texture, and line to interweave this beautiful work of art together. Bright, analogous warm colors are unified throughout the piece including the reflection on the pathway...

    Art, Music, Plant morphology 1714  Words | 7  Pages

  • A formal analysis of Mary Cassatt

    Essay ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !1 A FORMAL ANALYSIS OF MARY CASSATT'S In the Loge ! ! A FORMAL ANALYSIS OF MARY CASSATT'S In the Loge Comparison & Contrast Essay !2 ! Mary Cassatt created her oil on canvas painting In the Loge in 1878. The two dimensional painting measures 81.28 x 66.04 cm / 32 x 26 inches and is currently on display at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. The painting's subject...

    Color, Eye, Music 592  Words | 5  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Art

     Formal Analysis of Art Nancy H. Wieczorek Arina Melkozemova University of Phoenix September 28, 2014 [Title Here, up to 12 Words, on One to Two Lines] Formal Analysis Question 1 Van Gogh Gallery, 1889) (Every stock photo, 1968) When comparing Vincent Van Gogh's " Starry Night "painting lines to Sol Lewitt's The Wall Drawing No. 681, the lines are...

    Albert Boime, Diego Velázquez, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1141  Words | 7  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Artwork at Getty

    11/07/07 Formal Analysis The west wing of the J. Paul Getty Museum holds several wonderful 18th and 19th century paintings. Two such paintings are “The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis” by Jacques Louis David, 1818; and “Belisarius” by Francois Gerard, 1797. Both of these paintings are extremely refined oil paintings, and both are representational figurative paintings, each with two figures. In these two paintings David and Gerard were able to portray...

    Color theory, Composition, History painting 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • Painting Analysis

    richness and lavishness. The viewer will observe a fusion of the realistic tradition of Flemish painting with the imagination and freedom of Italian renaissance painting. The painting expresses Neoplatonic views while also providing the viewer with endless topics for discussion and analysis, making it a true conversation piece. The “Garden of Love” depicts a scene of passionate festivities. In the painting, a group of aristocratic lovers decorated in the most extravagant of satins and lace are placed...

    Baroque, Leonardo da Vinci, Love 1056  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis of the Painting Dying Mazzini

    Formal analysis of painting The Dying Mazzini Is death always painful? In his 1873 portrait, The Dying Mazzini (30 1/8” X 39 ½”, Providence, RISD Museum), Italian realist painter Silvestro Lega captures the final hours of Mazzini Morente’s life. In this painting, rather than depict the terror of death, a topic which people dislike and always associate with separation, fear, agony and sadness, Lega shows an incredibly peaceful and serene scene of dying Mazzini. With his eyes closed...

    Color theory, Composition, Death 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Formal Analysis of Art

    A Formal Analysis of Art Darlene Traci Kepner ART/101 February 17, 2013 Karen Witt A Formal Analysis of Art The visual literacy of line usage by both artists is extremely different from one another. Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.73) and LeWitt's "Wall Drawing No. 681” Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.77) portray subject matter of different compositions. However, both depictions of art, also express, different qualities, styles, and eras. Van Gogh is from the eighteenth century...

    Museo del Prado, Museum of Modern Art, Vincent van Gogh 980  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal analysis

    Meng Yuan Professor George Baker TA Megan Metcalf Art History 54 Dec.6.2012 Formal Analysis: Sculpture With significant differences in shapes, volumes, texture and settings, Auguste Rodin’s Walking Man and Richard Serra’s T.E.U.C.L.A., two conspicuous sculptures in UCLA sculpture garden, both demonstrate the combination of movement and stillness to viewers. Though, Rodin’s sculpture mainly represents it through a posture of a body in motion, while Serra tries to represent it by creating...

    Antoine Bourdelle, Auguste Rodin, Camille Claudel 1609  Words | 7  Pages

  • Assignment Formal Analysis

    Thurlby 3rd November, 2014 Formal Analysis: The Shop Girl by James Tissot In “The Shop Girl”, 1883-1885 measuring 146.1 x 101, James Tissot depicts young maidens standing inside a workshop peddling ribbons and dresses. The essence of definition in this painting is well captured in Tissot’s unique sensibilities of his dramatic and emotive dynamism of the scene, as well as vivid imagery in a part of an exhibit titled “Quinze tableau sur la femme à Paris” (fifteen paintings on the woman of Paris). (Stirton)...

    19th century, Female, Girl 1803  Words | 8  Pages

  • Formal Analysis Writing Assignment

    Writing Assignment #1 - Formal Analysis of a Painting. Find the art that you want to write about in an online museumclick on the link below to find a list of museums- choose a "Notable Art Museum" (at bottom of web page) not a gallery. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_museum Directions: Choose one work that particularly engages you. Take time to look at the work in detail; make a simple sketch of the work. Ask yourself: "How does the piece ‘work’? What is the artist doing? Why do I have a...

    An Oak Tree, Art critic, Arts 1074  Words | 4  Pages

  • Formal Analysis: Director of Sacrifice

    Sample of a ‘Formal Analysis’ Essay Stage One: Answering the questions and taking notes A. General Questions: 1. What is the title? “Director of the Sacrifice” 2. Which civilization does it represent? Mesopotamian 3. When, where, and why was the work made? By whom, and for whom? Date ca. 1760 BCE. Period of the domination of Shamshi-Adad. From the Royal Palace at Mari. Purpose: to decorate the palatial walls. 4. What did the work originally looked like? The original mural depicted...

    Ancient Near East, Color, Eastern world 1321  Words | 5  Pages

  • Art Formal Analysis

     Professor Ferris Williams Art History 2 December 2013 For my Formal Analysis I decided to choose the painting that Fridah Kahlo did in 1946 entitled “The Little Deer”. When examining this piece of work I see the deer jumping and running through the forest in action. The deer has a female human style face which is somewhat interesting because Kahlo uses the same type face when doing self-portraits of herself. When viewing this piece I see the arrows striking the deer and blood running out and...

    Antler, Deer, History of painting 1070  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparative Formal Analysis of Artworks

    Art-2 Comparative Formal Analysis The Culture Shift between the Paleolithic and Sumerian Period The Old Stone Age (Paleolithic Period) marked the birth of art. During that period, humankind began to acknowledge the forms of human and animals, thus creating many sculptures and paintings in attempt to represent the world around them. Venus of Willendorf (ca. 28,000 BCE.) also known as Nude woman, from Willendorf, Austria, was one...

    Paleolithic, Prehistory, Pubic hair 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Quetzalcoatl Sculpture

    Formal Analysis of Aztec Feathered Serpent Sculpture   Facing out into the eyes of museum-goers, the Aztec feathered serpent sculpture currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art dates from between fifteenth and early sixteenth century. Though the iconographic motif of the feathered serpent is a common and meaningful one in Aztec art, the formal elements of this piece communicate an equally strong message. Through deliberate choices in the crafting and facture of this seemingly dense...

    Aztec, Borobudur, Feather 1226  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis on Arthur Streeton's "Fire's on"

    5cm oil on canvas painting, produced in 1891 in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. Fire’s On depicts the steep “walls of rock” “crowned” with “bronze green” “gums” and the “crest mouth” that he encountered on his journey through the Blue Mountains. Streeton created this painting to justly portray the rough, “glor[ious]”, unsung landscape of Australia, namely its “great, gold plains” and “hot, trying winds”. The most interesting features of this work under the formal framework are the...

    Aerial landscape art, Color, Impressionism 875  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Hotel de France by Stuart Davis

    October 2011 Formal Analysis of Hôtel de France by Stuart Davis When I first saw the painting, Hôtel de France, painted by Stuart Davis, I thought that was just an ordinary painting of a building and a street that is pretty, especially in a way that looks old-fashioned. I had to come to realize that the painting was painted from what the painter sees from the scene. The painting is a picture of a four-story building of the hotel named, Hôtel de France. On the left side of the painting are the sides...

    Fresco, History of painting, Oil paint 1202  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis of Literature and Paintings

    oil paintings on canvas. Although the genre of both paintings are Bathers, there and many differences between the two paintings. The picture space of Cézanne’s Bathers is in an open, and very bright space, whereas Correggio’s Leda with the Swan picture space is very dense. Both artists have used an outdoor setting with the use of trees in the back ground. The eye is immediately drawn to the nude woman portrayed as Leda in Correggio’s painting, this is also the brightest part of the painting. The...

    Augustus, Cassius Dio, Cicero 1195  Words | 6  Pages

  • Museum Project Formal Analysis

    ARTH 1001: Museum Formal Analysis Paper The Tiber Muse Winged Victory of the Nike of Samothrace Justinian and Attendants from San Vitale Adrienne Keiser TA- Anna, Tuesday Section April 23rd, 2013 The Tiber Muse, originally discovered in the vicinity of the Tiber River in Rome in 1885, is a product of the Graeco-Roman era and is dated around the 2nd-1st century BCE. This date and other formal qualities of the sculpture such as the pose, drapery and medium suggest that it was produced...

    Byzantine Empire, Louvre, Nike 1687  Words | 5  Pages

  • Madonna of the Goldfinch: An Analysis of the Painting

    Similarly, the 100 year difference between the end of the Medieval Era and beginning of the Renaissance Era showed amazing changes in the form of art. The painting “Madonna the Goldfinch” by Raphael Sanzio was created in c. 1505-1506. This was the very beginning of the Renaissance Era, and the painting strived for perfection unlike any of the paintings created before it. Madonna the Goldfinch portrays a sense intrigued curiosity, but to those who analyze it will find a guiding informative response with...

    Florence, Italy, Jesus 1046  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis: Judith Cutting Off the Head of Holofernes

    Anne Klaire Reyes Art Matters October 26, 2009 Formal Analysis: Judith Cutting Off the Head of Holofernes As I was walking across the 17th century art section at Walters Art Museum, hanging behind the big rectangular pillar in the middle of the hallway, an oil painting on panel by Trophime Bigot draws my attention. The high contrasting tones of colors and values and the artist capability to make the grotesque painting appealing interest me. Judith Cutting Off the Head of Holofernes...

    Chiaroscuro, Color, Eye 754  Words | 3  Pages

  • Baroque Painting Analysis

    positioned at eye level, stand out amongst the beautiful works surrounding them. The pieces are Giulio Cesare Procaccini’s “The Scourging of Christ” and Mathieu Le Nain’s “The Entombment of Christ”. The two works offer much to the viewer. In both paintings the artist depicts a particular moment in the ultimate death of Jesus Christ. Alone each work can be deciphered and interpreted in many ways but together the two images open up a world of contrast and viewpoints of differing styles and influences...

    Baroque, Baroque music, Caravaggio 2896  Words | 7  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of "La Reyna del Inframundo"

    Formal Analysis of “La Reyna del Inframundo” The notorious drug war and wanton violence is taking over Mexico. The government and police seem to have no control over the situation as the drug cartels have the most power out of anyone in the country. However, there are a few who attempt to denounce the violence of the drug cartels that spreads across the country like a bloody wildfire through poetry, music, and painting. Javier Sicilia, a poet, denounces the drug violence that killed his son through...

    Cartel, Ciudad Juárez, Drug cartel 1210  Words | 3  Pages

  • Painting Analysis at the National Gallery of Canada

    Painting Analysis at the National Gallery of Canada HIS 4001: History of Art II By: Gill Collens 2/14/2013 Professor: Ncole Sammut Simone Martini, St. Catherine of Alexandria, ca. 1322–23, tempera on wood panel, 83.2 × 43.5 cm, 32 3/4 × 17 1/8 in., (with frame). Collection of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, inv. no. 6430 Contents Table of contents……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............1 Essay……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………2-5 Works...

    Florence, Gothic art, Italian Renaissance 1563  Words | 5  Pages

  • PAINTING

    PAINTING Painting – is among the fine arts, which creates meaningful effects, depicting different intrinsic human values, by the use of clustered imagination of lines and color. Painting is placed on a flat surfaced by the use of pigments. Painting expresses the artist’s perceptions and feelings on a particular selected subject. Usually, the artist’s selection of a subject comes from the understanding and interpretation of his feelings and emotions. Some artist may love country scenes, like landscape...

    Abstract art, Acrylic paint, History of painting 919  Words | 3  Pages

  • Paper (Formal and Contextual Analysis)

    Paper (Formal and Contextual Analysis) Feiran Zhou ART 101: Ancient and Medieval Art Professor David Areford 11/29/2012 The Comparison of Roman Art and Egyptian Art Art has existed since thousands years ago. It has existed in many different ways, in different places and styles. Art is influenced by different cultures. Different cultures have their own ways of seeing the art. Art is created by different beliefs. Different beliefs create art for different purposes. ...

    Ancient Egypt, Art, Egypt 1311  Words | 4  Pages

  • Formal Analysis Assignment Sculpture

    Hailey Brangers Formal Analysis/Interpretation of Sculpture Flint Collins Art History 250 February 5, 2015 Menkaure and Khamerernebty, Gizeh, Egypt, Fourth Dynasty, ca. 2490-2472 BCE 1. What are the basic features of the work? Is the process used subtractive (such as low or high relief carving) or additive (such as modeling or assemblage)? What is its medium? Describe the sculpture’s dimensions. Can you detect any damage or evidence of restoration? This is a statue of Menkaure and one of...

    Ancient Egypt, Borobudur, Color 1078  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Dancing Bacha - Formal Analysis

    Formal Analysis July 28, 2013 ARHA 2305 The Dancing Bacha (1926) by Alexander N. Volkov pencil on paper Viewed at Arkansas Arts Center permanent collection (July 15, 2013) Scene of an Uzbekistani Teahouse Alexander N. Volkov’s piece entitled The Dancing Bacha is a drawing of a gathering of males, featuring a dancing boy (the bacha) who often performed in the streets of pre-Soviet Central Asia.1 The piece was made in 1926 and most likely depicts a traditional teahouse in Uzbekistan. 2...

    Arkansas Arts Center, Dance, Drawing 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Edgar Degas Paintings Comparison and Analysis

    included depictions of ballet dancers and woman bathing which portrayed the ‘Impressionist’ label of experimental and vivid use of color.1 As seen throughout many of his paintings, Degas consistently is seen to observe “laundresses, milliners and ballet dancers at work.”2 He employs in his artwork unusual perspectives and complex formal structures. His works, “Dancers, in Pink and Green” and “Woman Combing Her Hair” are two in particular pieces that are well-known and clearly depict the ‘Impressionist’...

    Art, Color, Drawing 1481  Words | 4  Pages

  • Painting

    behind Catholicism and tell stories of Christ’s life and passion. Paintings was exclusively for the churches and for religious purposes. Occassionally used for propaganda. Tagalog painters Jose Loden, Tomas Nazario and Miguel delos Reyes, did the first still life paintings in the country. They were commissioned in 1786 by a Spanish botanist to paint the flora and fauna in the country. The earliest known historical paintings in the Philippines was a mural at the Palacio Real in Intramuros entitle...

    Ferdinand Marcos, Filipino painters, Filipino people 521  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Venus of Willendorf Formal Analysis

    early images of a human. She represents what use to be the “ideal woman” with her curvy figure and the emphasis on fertility seen in the features of her sculpted body. This paper will analyze the Venus of Willendorf sculpture in terms of its formal analysis. Most of the information about the Venus of Willendorf is based on scientific research and theory because there is no actual documentation that dates back as far as the sculpture. The Venus of Willendorf was sculpted long before any type of...

    Danube, Fertility, Human 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Painting

    Title: Mother and Child Painter: William Merritt Chase This painting depicts the artist’s wife, Alice Gerson Chase and their firstborn child, Alice Dieudonnee Chase. The child is holding a coral whistle and looks over her mother’s shoulder, who is dressed in a japanese-inspired costume. According to Katherine Metcalf Roof, Chase biographer, the col William Merritt Chase was born in the United States of America on November 1, 1849 in Williamsburg (now Nineveh), Indiana, to the family of a local...

    Collage, Cubism, Drawing 847  Words | 3  Pages

  • Araby Formal Analysis

    when all he can feel is anger and outrage at how he has been treated and with no greater outlook on life Within this story it is not uncommon to want to dig beneath the surface and insert ideas to better understand the boy’s feelings. However as formal analyzing explains, it is a big “don’t” when it comes to reading the story. “Araby,” at times, may require a little deeper thought and understanding when it comes to the boy’s journey. Growing up emotionally, from child like feelings, to a deeper...

    Boy, Darkness, Dubliners 1139  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis on Rachel Ruvigny Portrait by Anthony Van Dyke

    Formal Analysis on Anthony van Dyck’s Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton Titania Andiani Rosari Student ID: 24570745 MCD1280 Art Theory A Essay January 9, 2013 Formal Analysis on Anthony van Dyck’s Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton There are actually two versions of Anthony van Dyck’s painting of the countess of Southampton; Anthony van Dyck, Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton, ca. 1640, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (see fig. 1) and Anthony van Dyck...

    Anthony van Dyck, Landscape art, Old master print 2130  Words | 6  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Raging Bull

    Formal Analysis of Raging Bull Martin Scorsese’s film “Raging Bull” is considered by many to be one of the greatest “sports” films of all time. The plot focuses on the professional and personal life of boxer Jake LaMotta. In the opening sequence, the film uses narrative, mise en scene, cinematography, editing, and sound to provide a framework for the rest of the picture. These elements also help to establish the film’s themes of nostalgia, isolation, loneliness, and suffering. In addition to setting...

    Boxing, Jake LaMotta, Narrative 2174  Words | 6  Pages

  • Formal Analysis - "The Cafe Terrace on the Place Du Forum, Arles, at Night"

    The painting that I chose to write my formal analysis on is called “The Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, At Night”. This piece was created by Vincent Van Gogh in Arles, France and was completed sometime in September of 1888. This painting is oil on canvas, and it is currently housed in the Kroller-Muller Museum located in Otterlo, The Netherlands in Europe. This painting depicts a sidewalk café in France at night. There is a doorway to the front left of the painting that is painted blue...

    Arles, Bedroom in Arles, Expressionism 1895  Words | 5  Pages

  • Analysis of African Art

    A close examination of the formal qualities of the brass altar head of the oba of Benin was quite exciting. The brass head was chosen for analysis due to its rich historic and cultural affluence civilization it depicts.Dating back to the 16th century,it is amazing that a quality work of art as the altar head has been in existence since in the interior of west Africa ,telling a story of civilization,cultural heritage and finesse obtainable as at then, thus making me analyse it to discover other aspects...

    An Oak Tree, Art critic, Formalism 2681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Analysis of painting "Guernica" by Picasso and The "Third of May" by Goya

    Picasso's "Guernica" (1937) and Goya's "The Third of May" (1814) are paintings that are created to communicate an issue of concern of the artist. In order to truly understand the impact that these paintings have on people, and why that impact is so strong, a person must analyse the content of them. The first reaction of the "Guernica" by Picasso is one of mayhem, destruction, lost souls and death. The entire painting is dark with cool colours and no sign of warmth. There are scattered distorted...

    Bombing of Guernica, Color theory, Cubism 802  Words | 3  Pages

  • Contrast paintings

    & Contrast Two Paintings Write a two-to-three-page (500-800 words) essay that describes and analyzes a pair of paintings on a similar subject matter. Choose ONE of the following pairs of paintings to analyze: 1. Family Portrait by Rembrandt & Family Group by William Glackens 2. The First Steps by Marguerite Gérard & First Steps by Vincent van Gogh 3. Paris, A Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte & Rainy Day on Fifth Avenue 1893 by Childe Hassam. Describe the two paintings in detail so that...

    Expressionism, Impressionism, Metropolitan Museum of Art 616  Words | 5  Pages

  • Authentication of Paintings

    Paintings can be accurately authenticated through both forensic and stylistic analysis that renders subjective connoisseurship obsolete. Under the circumstances, this essay is only about a few of the many scientific tools available and how they can be used to authenticate paintings. Forensic science studies anomalies in the chemical and physical composition of paintings. This includes the paint's ingredients, the chemical makeup of the canvas or panel, and markings that lie below the paint surface...

    Chemical element, Chemical substance, Chemistry 1604  Words | 5  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of Judith Beheading Holofernes

    in 1599, Michelangelo Mensi da Caravaggio uses high contrast and vivid lines to capture the dramatic essence of the beheading of Holofernes. In this rectangular oil painting done on canvas measuring 57 inches by 77 inches, the realistic view of the physical and emotional human state is depicted in a vulgar manner. Caravaggio’s painting illustrates a book in the catholic Bible dedicated to Judith in which she depicts an example of courageous love. In order to save her people and represent the Israelites...

    Blood, Color, Composition 1131  Words | 4  Pages

  • Formal Art Analysis

    Formal Art Analysis Hailey Niemi The Starry Night that was done in 1889 is an oil on canvas painting. This is a very famous work of art and a very complex, beautiful piece. In terms of lines this painting is quite uninhibited. The painter was thinking outside the box so to speak. The lines used in The Starry Night are all over and all around in swirls and other patterns. I think the art portrays that the artist views the world as a very whimsical place with endless possibilities. This might...

    Albert Boime, Emotion, Museum of Modern Art 445  Words | 2  Pages

  • Poetry and Painting

    Analysis on the Relationship Between Poetry & Painting An analysis on the relationship between poetry and painting Lope De Vega, in one of his sonnets, refers to two famous contemporaries in a striking way; he calls the Italian poet Marino “a great painter for the ears” and the Flemish painter Rubens “a great poet for the eyes”. Six hundred year and 6000 miles away, a similar concept occurs in a parallel situation. The Chinese poet Su Shi, in one of his poems, praises two men...

    Aesthetics, Art, Chinese poetry 930  Words | 3  Pages

  • Art History Formal Analysis - Comparison

    Formal Analysis Paper The pieces Ann Whitley Russell, done by an unknown artist in around 1820 and Lady Frances Knowles, also done by an unknown artist, in the mid-late 17th century are both examples of portraits that portray the sitters in diverse yet insightful ways to viewers. Both Ann Whitley Russell and Lady Frances Knowles are works of art composed of oil paint on canvas. Although these portraits are different, the aspects of space, color, and composition are all important elements that...

    Color, Dimension, Pink 1659  Words | 4  Pages

  • Color and Painting

    and comforting. The artwork that was most fascinating was called Die Quelle (The Spring), made in about 1895. The artist of this painting was Hans Thoma who was a German artist from 1839-1924. The painting was part of The Burton G. Bettingen Gallery. The medium used for the painting was oil on canvas and it is in its original hand painted frame. Also the size of the painting is 44 ½ x 34 ½ in. (113.03 x 87.63 cm); frame 56 ¼ x 46 ½ x 2 in. (142.88 x 118.11 x 5.08 cm). The artwork and the label were...

    Art, Color, Composition 923  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Art Analysis

    03/16/2012 Formal Analysis: Forest Monarch- Reynold Weidenaar Forest Monarch, a watercolor painting by Reynold Weidenaar is one of the pieces of art hanging on the walls of the Art and Music Library in the second floor of Funderburg library. The painting consists of a massive tree as a backdrop and has a man facing the tree, turning his back towards the audience. The tree in the painting may be an oak tree. Generally, an oak tree is considered to be the king of the forest. The title of the painting is Forest...

    Branch, Brown, Color 673  Words | 2  Pages

  • Analysis on "Superstitions" by Cesar Legaspi

    Formal Analysis I. Description (What do you see?) I see a medium sized oil painting that is bigger than I am. I see a man who looks like he is in pain with his hands on his head. This is the man with a muscular and structural frame with layers of curved and diagonal figures and shapes. These figures and shapes are thick, variable and irregular in sizes. The shapes are somehow overlapping even if they are not of the same shape. Its vertical axis is quite obvious as the man looks like he is upside...

    Art, Canvas, Color 989  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chinese Painting

    topics How Flower-and-Bird painting becomes a significant category in Chinese Painting & Today Flower-and-Bird paintings Part 2 Further developed | deliverables of the final project The expression and poetic meaning within the flower and bird painting is such a good value to today’s busy city. While we are lack of having the time with nature that far different from the ancient Chinese life, so, here design a hotel concept based on flower and bird paintings as the theme of a whole, named...

    China, Chinese art, Chinese painting 1656  Words | 5  Pages

  • Analysis of Painting

    The painting depicts a large angel, dressed in robes of royal blue and dusty pink, delivering a large scroll to a group of three shepherds. The shepherds are depicted in the 3 stages of life, from left to right; youth, middle age, and old age – the oldest of the three shepherds reaches out to accept the scroll. Along with the human figuration, animals are also represented in the painting; a small dog wearing a blue collar barks up at the angel, while three goats, curiously painted blue and black...

    Blue, French Revolution, Lapis lazuli 534  Words | 2  Pages

  • Formal Analysis Broken City Scene 1

    Curtis Caldwell Broken City Formal Analysis Scene 1 Dir Allen Hughes Writer Brian Tucker Editing Cindy Mollo Dir of Photography Ben Seresin Sound Design Keith Bilderbeck Genre: Crime Thriller Cast Actor Character Mark Wahlberg Private Eye William “Billy” Taggart Russell Crowe Mayor Hostetler ...

    American film actors, BAFTA winners, Constable 251  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Analysis of the Basket of Apples

    This paper is a formal analysis of the Basket of Apples, a still life oil painting made by Paul Cézanne in 1895. The painting is about 25.6 inches tall times 31.5 inches wide. This composition illustrates a geometric spatial organization on disjointed perspectives. Although the artwork is absent of any symbolic and mythological content, its essence is to illustrate harmony of its various elements over subject matters. The systematic representation of shapes and colors are highly characteristic and...

    Color, Color theory, Complementary color 680  Words | 2  Pages

  • Visual Analysis Making Meaning of Painting and Portraiture

    22nd February 2011 Lecture 2: Visual Analysis Making Meaning of Work A visual analysis is the process of unpacking, the decifering of the meaning and the making of a work of art. All works of art are Multi Layered. Aims of Lecture: 1. Analyse the complex transactions which exist in portraiture. 2. Looking at the power dynamics in the power triad/ transactions 3. Approach to analyse how a portrait can produce multiple meaning as apposed to looking for one fixed meaning. The Artist-Sitter-Viewer...

    Clement Freud, Freud family, Lucian Freud 1496  Words | 5  Pages

  • Art 101 Formal Analysis of Art

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