• peit mondrian
    1907- 1944. Mondrian grew up in the Netherlands then moved to Paris where he was based for many years. While in Paris, the influence of the Cubism style of Picasso and Georges Braque appeared almost immediately in Mondrian's work. In Paris, he flourished in an atmosphere of intellectual freedom that...
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  • Leonardo vs Andy Warhol's Mona Lisa
    Explain how each artists style and subject matter links to the themes/ideas being explored In the painting, “Mona Lisa”, by Leonardo, the theme of the harmony between humanity and nature is established through his depiction of Mona Lisa and the use of his captivating style. Mona Lisa is drawn in a three...
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  • Lexicologi
    somewhere around 1280. The time between 1280 and 1400 is called the 'Proto-Renaissance Period' and was centered only in Italy. After the awakening, the styles of Renaissance art spread to other European countries, namely the Low Countries (Netherlands), France, Germany, and Croatia. The next phase in Renaissance...
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  • Liberation
    The Mona Lisa was one of the most famous paintings of its time. It was painted during the renaissance period. Its composition was and approach seemed fairly standard and simple. For its time, the composition of the Mona Lisa was ground breaking and has set new trends in painting which have been followed...
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  • Western
    Florence. His father took customer of him shortly after he was born. Leonardo grew up with his father and was exposed to the Vinci’s longstanding painting tradition. Leonardo was 15 when his father apprenticed him to the renowned workshop of Andrea del Verrochio in Florence. Even as an apprentice...
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  • Renaissance Art: Comparing and Contrasting Paintings
    following project we are going to mentioned and evaluate three different piece of art from the great Renaissance artists, Leonardo Da Vinci with Mona Lisa, Michelangelo Buonarroti with The Creation of Adam and Sandro Botticelli with The Birth of Venus. After that, we are going “to compare and contrast...
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  • Art Case Study
    de Bella Artes Mother Laureana Novicio y Ancheta Father Joaquín Luna de San Pedro Field Painting, drawing, sculpting Movement Romanticism, Realism Works Style of painting Juan Luna's paintings are described as being vigorous, realistic and dramatic and with romantic elements. In a single...
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  • Art Timeline 1
    Paula Stanley ART 101 April 3, 2011 Caleb Kromer Art Timeline: I would first like to describe what the actual process of painting means. Painting is the practice of applying paint, pigment, color, or the medium to a surface (support base). The application of the medium is commonly applied...
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  • Mona Lisa and Last Supper
    a mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci for his patron Duke Lodovico Sforza. It represents the scene of The Last Supper from the final days of Jesus as depicted in the Bible. The painting is based on John 13:21, in which Jesus announced that one of his 12 disciples would betray him. The painting is one...
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  • Final Paper
    well as painting, has been an outlet for generations and continues to be an outlet and a means for expression. This paper will discuss “ The Mona Lisa” one of Da Vinci’s most famous paintings, as well as another great painting, Antonio Veneziano’s “Virgin and Child”(c. 1380). Both paintings focus on...
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  • Art History: Mona Lisa
    Mona Lisa Art History Analysis The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman sitting with hands crossed and staring at the viewer with slight smile. The relaxed, three-quarter pose is different from the stiff, profile portraits that were the normal at this time. The woman sits very upright with her arms...
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  • Being a Senior HS
    Framework This paradigm shows about a review of Mona Lisa. It contains three speculations, Special Features, Secrets Revealed, and History. Mona Lisa has namely special features: contains about enigmatic smile, eyebrows/ eyelashes, and progress of the painting. Which the secrets revealed the background,...
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  • Photography History
    Essay Outline It has often been claimed that photography displaced painting. Evaluate the arguments for and against this position. * Arguments of Photography displaced painting For: * As technologies improve simultaneously, photography become more easy to use and common * In 19th...
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  • Mona Lisa
    captured their likeness. The most recognized painting in the world The Mona Lisa was originally this type of portrait, but over time its meaning has shifted and it has become an icon of the Renaissance, the most recognized painting in the world. The Mona Lisa is a likely a portrait of the wife of a Florentine...
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  • Michelangelo vs Da Vinci
    viewer in order to interpret the work. Michelangelo’s work on the Sistine Chapel is one of his most famous works. On it, you can find different paintings such as The Last Judgment. Michelangelo’s Last Judgment was painted between 1536 and 1541. During this time, the Catholic Church was being criticized...
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  • Langston Hughes
    Langston Hughes and Leonardo Da Vinci positive aspect of life Devante Gray Professor Cain Composition II 9/17/12 My paper is about Langston Hughes and Leonardo Da Vinci and how they have an effect on their readers and their positive aspects on life. Leonardo Da Vinci was born in 1452 in a town...
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  • Time Traveling Art Historian
    hope you enjoy. Chapter 1: Italian Renaissance and the Mona Lisa As I began to plan my travels, I had to decide where to go first. Then I thought, nothing could be better than to see the world’s most famous piece of visual art, the Mona Lisa. This is oil on poplar wood panel painted by Leonardo da...
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  • Work of Italian
    to have lived.   Leonardo was, and is, renowned primarily as a painter. Among his works, the Mona Lisa is the most famous and most parodied portrait and The Last Supper the most reproduced religious painting of all time, with their fame approached only by Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam. Leonardo's...
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  • Can Impressionism Be Regarded as a Rejection of Renaissance?
    gunpowder. “(Britannica Online, 2006) It indicates the blossom and the social prosperity during the Renaissance.   Characteristic of Renaissance paintings Renaissance period perfectly demonstrated the ideal of harmony and balance comparable with the works of ancient Greece or Rome. Renaissance was a...
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  • Michelangelo and Da Vinci Influence in the 16th Century
    most famous artists of all time. He also painted the Mona Lisa which remains a very famous painting. He also painted the famous Last Supper. He, above anyone else embodies the term “Renaissance Man” because he did everything. He excelled in painting, sculptor, botany, and science. He was also a skilled...
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