Because of the Crusades, Europeans were exposed to various elements of Oriental cultures, and this exposure had a great impact on Europeans who were greatly impressed by some of what they found. What were some of the influences that flowed into Europe as a result of this exposure? Explain which of these you feel had the most pr
On the Internet, look up and list two or more definitions of the word "art" from different reliable sources. Be sure to properly quote and cite these definitions. Then search the internet and find one specific example of each of the eight types of art listed below. Your examples should be by established artists and/or from m
19th or 20th Century Music Identify a specific common theme found in three different contemporary art forms. The common theme is love Select from the following art forms: music, writing, visual arts. The art form I choose is music List the components of the theme and the areas of commonality. o How is the them
I'm looking for an orginal response to these questions. I want something to compare my thoughts to. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. How does symbolism manifest an important message through art? Can art influence society for the best or worst?
Please take a close look at two paintings of storms: Watteau's The Storm (http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/w/watteau/louis/index.html) and Delacroix's The Sea of Galilee (http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/delacroix/sea-galilee.jpg) Both of these paintings depict storms, but in different ways. Consider ho
Impressionism: La Moulin de la Galette, Reading and Pool of Water Lilies 18th Century Choose three (3) works of art from three artists from the Baroque period through the Postmodern era. Your three (3) works of art should come from the time periods or art movements covered in the reading from Unit 4 and Unit 5. Your choic
1. Choose three (3) works of art from three artists from the Baroque period through the postmodern era. 2. A description of the works including the style. Describe basic facts, as well as the visual appearance of the work (what does the viewer see? Where are key figures located? What tells us that the work is of a particular st
Utilizing the Critical Process on the Hall of the Bulls aurochs painting and the Venus of Willendorf
I need information on the aurochs painting in the Hall of the Bulls, and the Venus of Willendorf. Please help me answer the questions on the attachment Your evaluation should include: Specifics regarding description, analysis, interpretation, and judgment Information about the basic composition The location of the work
Carefully observe the photograph of the artwork The Pont Neuf Wrapped by Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Describe your reaction to it and answer the following questions related to the artistic qualities of the artwork: Why do you consider this an artwork? Why do you think it was made? Can you think of one or more sources th
Violence in video games, movies, and music should be censored. Agree or disagree?
How do Eugène Delacroix-Scenes from the Massacre at Chios and Francisco Goya-Third of May, 1808 use color and light to differentiate between the victims and the antiheroes (captors/soldiers)? What descriptive details lead you to your conclusion? (Note: An antihero is a notable figure who is conspicuously lacking in heroic quali
Identify a minimum of five notable artists (and their works) who helped define the 20th century. The creators may be selected from the visual arts, music, dance, literature, or architecture. After briefly explaining why each of these individuals and their works are important, select one particular work of art and analyze how it
Compare Mona Lisa Leonardo daVinci and Lavender Mist by Jackson PollockCompare Donatello's David (sculpture) and Smith's Cubi XIX.
From the Middle Ages through the Renaissance Sandro Botticelli (Italian, 1444-1510), Birth of Venus, c. 1485-86, painted for the villa of Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de' Medici at Castello, tempera on canvas, 67 7/8 x 109 5/8 inches (172.5x 278.5 cm), now in the Uffizi, Florence. Giovanni Bellini, The Lamentation over the Bo
From the gallery websites listed above, and available through the Course Materials List, select two works of art from any ancient culture. Using the terminology and concepts you are learning for evaluating art, compare and contrast the two works including materials used, style, meaning, symbolism, and any other aesthetic issues.
Question One: Would you describe postmodern, Information Age art as contradictory, media-shaped, or indefinable? Please explain your answer and tell us about examples of art that supports your impression. Question Two: How has electronic technology affected sounds and music in the Information Age? Can you kindly help
In early Africa, unique forms of artistic expression followed social and cultural traditions. For the most part, art seemed to serve people through religious affiliation, and art and magic were closely associated. Discuss what you believe were the social and cultural functions of early African art. Also, through thorough descrip
Discuss four examples of Buddhist art from Stokstad or another source. There are few examples from the earliest denomination - the Hinayana aka Theravada. Try to include at least one example from Mahayana and the Esoteric aka Tantric denominations. See if you can determine why they are classified in that sect. (If you can fi
Okay, I am going to write about Global poverty/Slumdog Millionaire. (Where have I been, I have never heard of Slumdog Millionaire). Interesting! Still a little confused. this is the question I asked my teacher, below is her reply. Does this mean that we are to pick an issue and then develop our own art piece, or idea for an ar
What is the definition of technology and how has the definition changed overtime?
Identify the major changes in these artist's styles and concerns. Explain how outside influences, such as the social and technological background and peer pressure, contributed to these changes.
Please help with the following questions. I am reading the book "The Creator" by Daniel J. Boorstin. I have read to chapter 10, after reading this chapter, this is the question I would like to know. Do you know enough about this book to answer the question? If so, will you answer the question in your own words? Thank you.
Please answers to the following questions in your own words, citing any sources used as support. Be sure to include examples from both your own experience and course resources. (The Creators by Daniel J.Boorstin) (Min. length 200- toward the questions words). ? Does architecture differ from the other creative mediums discuss
In my assignment I need to complete the following. Art is described as being representational, abstract, or nonrepresentational and as having style, form, and iconography. Review the artworks found in the five links below and compose an essay covering the three major areas listed. Then in the link below I need explain wh
How did the development of Communism, Fascism, and the two World Wars influence artists?
Comparing a contemporary 20th century work of art to a historically similar work of art and select a 20th century work of art and a similar work of art from the past. Identify each piece, each artist, the era of the historical piece, and the characteristics to be compared. Compare and contrast both pieces on elements such as sty
Analyze the creative process in the lives of four notable artists. What generalizations would you make about creativity and genius based on the information you have? Analyze the creative process in your own life - does your own experience with the creative process support your generalization(s)? Based on your knowledge, do you b
Describe your own experiences with creativity. Without referring to any outside sources, how would you define creativity? Consider addressing the following questions in your paper: a. What makes you creative - in what ways do you demonstrate creativity? b. Does your own creativity occur under specific circumstances, or i
Does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? How does art express our personal convictions? Which type of creator (musicians, authors, sculptors, painters, architects) do you believe had the most influence on society, and which do you believe have the most influence today? Why?
Given a specific work of art (from any discipline of the humanities), discuss how its corresponding philosophical position influences the aesthetic values of the work of art. The work of art must have been created during the period and/or in response to the given philosophy (ie- Mona Lisa and Renaissance Humanism). To get star