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Unformatted text preview: mostly delicate, flowing lines generates a calm scene, whereas Picassos use of sharp, choppy lines creates a sense of uneasiness in the piece. There even seems to be a sense of entrapment to the figures in Picassos piece, as the background is blurry and unclear; however, in Reniors piece, the background is clearly a peaceful place which presents no threat. There are also similarities in the focal points each piece possesses. Both pieces present an emphasis in the center of the piece, about on the center of the womens chests. Overall, one can clearly see through examination of these two examples that although the content is especially similar, that does not guarantee that the pieces will possess the same context....
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2008 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Haverstack during the Fall '08 term at Cottey.
- Fall '08