1. Renaissance humanism is the study of classical antiquity.Perspective is a system that is used to emphasizes the study of the whole person. It requires a thorough understanding of the technique, which is very mathematical. Renaissance artists studied mathematics so they could understand art. They also studied anatomy to get a better look at the human body.
2. It is famous for its Renaissance frescoes by Michelangelo. The Sistine Chapel had great symbolic meaning for the papacy as the chief consecrated… ... The chapel's exterior is drab and unadorned, but its interior walls and ceiling are decorated with frescoes by many Florentine Renaissance masters.
3. It is classical and religious motives, principles of mathematics, perspective, and ideal proportions. The main features of Albrecht Dürer's work are: classical motives which he introduced into Northern art, through his knowledge of Italian artists and German humanists; religious motives as he commemorated both Lutheran and Episcopal Churches and the principles of mathematics, perspective, and ideal proportions which he introduced in his theoretical works “Four Books on Measurement” and “Four Books on Human Proportion”.
5. Leonardo da Vinci made important contributions from his conviction that art and science should work together, not be placed in separate compartments. To his mind, science could teach creative people how to produce better art, and artistic creativity could enhance scientific study. Therefore, he did not study just one or the other of these fields alone, but both. For example, he studied human physiology both as a scientific endeavor and to improve his drawing and painting. Not only did his studies, which included dissections, improve his art, after he died, the detailed drawings he made advanced scientific knowledge of the human body.
Da Vinci's far-reaching scientific studies had an impact on the art world through his painting. He experimented with perspective and mastered the art of the "vanishing point," a technique which gave his paintings a tremendous sense of depth or three-dimensionality. Many future artists studied and used his techniques.
Da Vinci thought that seeing was all important, making him an early empiricist. He put a primacy not on received tradition, but on observing with his own eyes. He made maps and studied geology. He made early attempts at conceptualizing technologies that centuries later became realities, such as helicopters and tanks.
Da Vinci was a true "Renaissance man," meaning a person whose interests were extremely wide roving. He was interested in almost everything and never limited his scope. This might be a philosophy more needed in today's world, where the rewards tend to go to the specialist, not the person who makes links between far-flung fields of study.
b Peter Paul Rubens
Vincent Van Gogh's A Starry Night is the most popular painting in the world.
1. Femme au chapeau
2. 5 couleurs :
- le rouge
- le violet
- le rose
- le jaune
- le vert
El Flower Carrier es una pieza de aceite y témpera hecha en Masonite que fue creada por Diego Rivera en 1935. Elegí esta pieza porque tiene un fuerte significado. La pintura es una representación simbólica de las luchas de un trabajador en un mundo moderno y capitalista. La pintura tiene combinaciones de los colores rosa, azul, blanco roto, naranja, verde y amarillo. Esta pintura muestra cómo el mundo real era y aún puede ser para los mexicanos. Personalmente, esta pintura es importante para mí debido a mi herencia.
The correct answer is D) The American flag occupies much of the space.
You forgot to include the painting. However, doing some research we can say the following.
What suggests that the artist of the painting is most likely an American is that the American flag occupies much of the space.
If we observe the painting, we can see a man that is unfurling the American flag that is at the very top of the flagpole. A group of soldiers on one side and a group of civilians on the other are witnessing the event. We can see that the American flag has a prominent place in the painting.
The painting contains both internal and external conflict. External conflict exists between the strong lion and the comparatively weaker antelope. The antelope has no chance to win against the hungry lion. This conflict is similar to the conflict between animals of prey and the hunters Zaroff and Rainsford in “The Most Dangerous Game.” Armed with guns, these hunters enjoy hunting down their relatively defenseless prey. This conflict also exists between Zaroff and the humans he hunts. They stand no chance against him, with his knowledge of hunting and the geography of the island.
In the external conflict between Zaroff and Rainsford, Rainsford can be compared first to the antelope and Zaroff to the powerful lion. Zaroff almost kills Rainsford. However, later, when Rainsford gets back to the chateau to challenge Zaroff, the tables turn. Now Rainsford is more like the lion and Zaroff the antelope.
The panther represents internal conflict. It is hungry and wants the antelope, but it is too scared to approach the prey while the lion is devouring it. The panther seems torn between the need to eat and the need to stay safe from possible physical harm from the lion. In the same way, Rainsford experiences internal conflict. As he is contemplating whether to jump into the sea, he is torn between his need for adventure and his need to stay alive.
The birds of prey are similar to Ivan. They appear to be opportunists who steal a shred of meat from the antelope that the lion has chased down and killed. Ivan is also an opportunist. He satisfies his savage needs by torturing Zaroff’s victims.
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