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    Deslyn Pierrot Professor Salyer English 102 April 8, 2014 A Portrait of Depression “The oval Portrait” is one of Edgar Allen Poe’s shortest stories; he was one of the most well-known and celebrated writers of dark poetry and fiction. He is most well-known for writing morbid stories and gruesome...
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  • The Oval Portrait
    Astrid Agerskov Pedersen - 3.b - Skive Gymnasium og HF! Engelsk A - Aflevering 1 (fiction) - The Oval Portrait d. 6/9-2012 The Oval Portrait, by Edgar Allan Poe The short story “The Oval Portrait” is written by Edgar Allan Poe. It is a gothic novel because of particular elements of gothic reference...
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  • Gothic Elements in the Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe
    Gothic elements in The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Poe’s short story The Oval Portrait contains distinct Gothic elements penetrating the setting and the mood of the narration. From the very first line the reader is invited to “the fancy of Mrs. Radcliffe”, the pioneer...
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  • Poe vs HAWTHRONES
    (dark) (“The Masque of the Red Death”). Hawthorne also uses light and dark imagery in his short story, “The Minister’s Black Veil”. The main dark symbol comes in the form of the black veil that Mr. Hooper wears to represent some form of sin. The comparative light symbolism comes in less obvious forms...
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  • Art History Notes
    Lorrain (both French, working in Italy) Dutch painting: Hals (Willem Coymans at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.), Rembrandt (self-portraits and The Syndics of the Cloth Guild), Vermeer (especially Young Woman with a Water Pitcher at the Met) For each of the movements listed below...
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  • Title
    leaders were always portrayed together as a group. They all look alike and wear curas and clock. 10. Amphitheater- a building, usually circular or oval, in which the seats rise from a central open arena, as in those of ancient Rome. 11. The Arch of Constantine- triumphal arch in Rome was erected...
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  • Juan Gris
    famous works include Portait of Josee, The Table and The Open window.<br><br>Portrait of Josette was created in 1916 and is now in the Musea del in Prado, Madrid. This was deffinetly one of Gris's greatest achievements. The portrait of Josette is based on his studies after Corot and Cezanne. To perfection...
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  • Tagore
    "The Oval Portrait" is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe involving the disturbing circumstances surrounding a portrait in a chateau. It is one of his shortest stories, filling only two pages in its initial publication in 1842. * | Plot summary The tale begins with an injured narrator seeking refuge...
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  • Mayan Writing
    difficult scripts in the world. It is a system that uses pictographs and phonetic or syllabic elements. The Maya used this sophisticated style to carve symbols into stone. The most common place for writing was the perishable books they made from bark paper, coated with lime to make a fresh white surface....
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  • Dorian Gray to Poe
    closely examining the Poe stories that are reflected in The Picture of Dorian Gray, including Poe’s “Metzengerstein,” “The Assignation,” “The Oval Portrait,” “The Imp of the Perverse,” “The Black Cat,” and “William Wilson.” This study offers an extensive review of the relevant literature and locates...
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  • Methods of Presenting Art Subject
    reduced to a slanted oval. b. Elongation Portrait Of Pablo Picasso Amadeo Modigliani Artist’s impression of painter Pablo Picasso upon meeting him at the first time in Paris. Tete Amadeo Modigliano Portrait Of Pablo Picasso ...
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  • The Main Characteristics of Romanesque Art
    Reclining nude-Venus of Urbino-Titian Portrait- Mona Lisa,- Leonardo Last supper- The Last supper- Leonardo and Tintoretto(2) people did this painting Who is credited with the development of oil painting as a medium? in Venice Jan Van eyck Do you know some of the symbols from the merode Altarpiece? Robert...
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  • Hawthorne Introduction
    suggests/death, they become symbols.   If we consider an image to have a concrete referent [the thing that a symbol (as a word or sign) stands for] in the objective world and to function as an image when it powerfully evokes [recreate imaginatively; bring to mind] that referent, then a symbol is like an image...
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  • Severan Copy of Athena Parthenos and 13th Century Virgin and
    century Virgin child are two pieces at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts that compare and contrast in several ways. Their historical importance as symbols, their sculptural mediums, styles and dimensions, and their functions make them historically relevant. The Reduced Replica of Athena Parthenos...
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  • Criticism of Diego Velàzquez' "Las Meninas, Sebastiàn de Morra, and Ba
    without a wrinkle on his pensive face, his dark chestnut hair flowing down to his shoulders. During the last two decades or so, the Velàzquez self-portrait has been linked to the two mythological pictures seen dimly in the background of the composition. It has been argued that, since these pictures,...
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  • The Persistence of Memory
    artwork is called “Dali ‘s hand painted dream photographs”, and it is simultaneously read as a painting depicting landscape, still life, and self-portrait. As I find curious in this abstract, I use many researches in reference book and Internet in order to look for the meaning of this picture so far...
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  • Online Enrollment
    they are and what they seem to convey. • Shapes An artist uses shapes to express ideas. They may be circles, triangles, rectangles, ovals, or squares. When arranged close together they help add energy to a painting. When placed far apart they look more serene. It is interesting...
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  • Too Brilliant to Be Forgotten
    royalty and the gods, it is used through a lot of their work. Hieroglyphs were also very prominent in the Mayan art, with the ability to read it as symbols or even words. The Mayan seemed to be more creative with their mediums, using fresco, limestone, and stucco, to name a few.       The Olmec piece...
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  • Church Artwork
    church. .What is considered inappropriate in a church setting and what is not. We go in to a church and we see things like crosses and portraits of Mary, stained glass windows are common as well as elaborate candle sticks. There can be so many different points of view but it really boils...
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  • Mona Lisa
    objects, symbols, action setting. What do you see in the artwork? Describe the woman, where she is seated, how she is dressed, her body posture, her physical features and facial expression. The Mona Lisa is a portrait. The relaxed, three-quarter pose is different from the stiff, profile portraits that...
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