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In this peta, I learned that the form of an art piece refers to the components that aren’t related to thetrue message of the art piece or have no semantic significance. Some examples include lines, massmedium coale, shape, value, texture and space. The formal aspects the image are not as important asthe words. Unity, resemblance, rhythm composition, and contrast are all important aspects of the form.Content refers to the essence of an artworks main idea or information conveyed in a visual style. Areligious symbol, such as a cross or an angel, can help people understand what a work of art, such assalvation means. Context on the other hand refers to the circumstances under which artworks arecreated or interpreted. These elements are also present in Greek art, High Middle ages, Baroque period,Classical period, Roman Era, and Modern of art.To make their works appear perfectly even classical Greek artists and architects devised a number ofdever strategies. They made columns with a Fatter midsection than ends and” horizontal planes with aflight upward U-shaped Without . these advancements the buildings would rag but they appearedperfect and majestic.The Renaissance of the 19thcentury, which included the first phases of rural emigration and urbanizationand the rapidly rising population of europe, which brought significant social and political change fromthe preceeding age.The Baroque style of architecture, music, dance, painting, sculpture and other arts Flourished in EuropeFrom the early 17thcentury until the 17406. It lasted until the first decade of the 1800s in the lands ofthe spanish and portuguese empires including the Iberian Peninsula in various forms.Since the eighteenth century the term “Baroque” has been used to describe the period in westernEuropean art music From around 1600 to 1750 and derived from the portuguese Ibarroco which means “oddly shaped “pearl.Pre-romanticism is a term that refers to a series of related events that began in the mid- eighteenthcentury and lasted until the mid-nineteenth century one of these movements was a renewed interest inmedieval romance which gave rise to the romantic movements nameModern art repers to the styles and philosophies of art created between the 1860's and the 1970's in thespirit of experimentation, the term is usually associated with art in which past traditions have beenabandoned.Each work of art comprises elements that are both uniting and different variety it breaks up themonotony and keeps things interesting your eyes are drawn to the artist focal point, also known as thecenter of focus.
Artist employ balance to create paintings. They all use aesthetic elements like unity, variation, focal pointor region of interest, and balance to help you comprebend variety occurs. When an artists createssomething that stands out from the rest.

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